LICENSED VICTUALLERS AND THE LICENSING BILL.
Wellington, June 7. At a meeting of the Licensed Victuallers Association held this afternoon, the new Licensing Bill was discussed, and the following amendments proposed :—The fee to be reduced to LS!O, with uniform eleven o’clock licenses ; 'family hotel licenses to be struck out, as the result would be that all boarding-houses would get licenses; clubs to be owned jointly by members, and to be under supervision of the police ; malt liquors not to be sold in less quantities Jjfean five gallons. It was. stated that members of the Legislature supplied their private cellars 1 ' from Bellamy’s, at cost price, and a resolution wa,s passed that Bellamy’s should stand iSi the same positions as the clubs. The meeting adjourned until to-morrow, when the discussion will be resumed.
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