Drunk in Horsham pub - June 1914

World War I daily bulletin from the Horsham district
World War I daily bulletin from the Horsham district

An excuse for returning to a pub that is definitely of its time.

“William Arthur Wood, commerecial traveller, of London, on bail, pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk and refusing to quit the Hurst Arms, Horsham, on the evening of the 6th inst.

“PC Frostick said Wood at first went away but subsequently returned and had to be ejected. He explained he returned to get his stick. Fined 5s and 4s costs.”