The Lamb Inn
Although Nathan Joseph
had only held the license for the Lamb Inn
for a short time in 1849, he was an experienced Innkeeper as he had previously held the license for the Traveller's Inn
in Singleton. His experience led him to suspect two visitors to the Lamb Inn
in September 1849 and he kept a close watch on them. When his wife discovered a valuable shawl missing, Mr. Joseph called in the constables who searched the couple's carpet bags and room. Along with stolen items found hidden in their bed was a leather pouch containing eleven skeleton keys and four picklocks. Maitland Mercury 5 December 1849
Nathan Joseph held the licence for the Golden Fleece Inn
at Singleton in 1853 - 1856. He died at Singleton in 1859.
held the licence for the Commercial Inn
in 1848. His application for the same Inn in 1849 was refused by the Bench. He held the publicans' license at the Wool Team Inn
at East Maitland in March 1850.
He was granted a publicans' licence for the Lamb Inn
He held the licence for the Maitland Hotel
in High Street 1853 - 1855