Turned out of The Kettle Lodging House

Essex Herald - Tuesday 31 January 1893

Tuesday, January 31, 1893

TURNED OUT OF "THE KETTLE"

William Hitchcock, 47,a labourer, of Great Saling, was apprehended in Moulsham Street, at 11.15pm on Sunday night, by P.c. Watcham, charged with being drunk and disorderly.

Hitchcock had been turned out of the "Kettle" Lodging-house in consequence of his bad behaviour. He was was locked up at the Shire Hall, and yesterday (Monday) morning Alderman Morton discharged him with a summons to appear at the Petty Session on Friday.