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■ ■■+ [PKB PERBS ASSOCIATION.] Dunbdin, July 4 The Licensed Victuallers' Association have sent a letter to Mr Fulton, M.H.R., thanking him for the fairnefls and liberal tone of his remarks m the Assembly re the Lioaneed Victuallera and tha Exhibition lioQDse, but at the same time intimating; •that the trade doe 3 no 1 regard the proposal to allow alooholiojiqaora to be vendod|in th© Exhibition with any disfavor or jealousy. The aasooiatton regards the proposal as a proper and legitimate one, calculated to supply a public demand, and repudiates any such selfish position as that m their opinion ocoupied by those who attempt to prevent the public from eating or drinking what they obooae

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THE EXHIBITION LICENSE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2165, 5 July 1889

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THE EXHIBITION LICENSE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2165, 5 July 1889

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