ASHBURTON LICENSING COMMITTEE
Aa adjonrned meoting of the Licensing Committee, for the Borough of Ashbarton was held at two o'olook this afternoon, for the purpose of considering an application by Esther Butler, for a publican's lloense In respeot of Butler's hotel, the applioati n lodged at the recent annual meeting of the Committee having been Informal. Tbe Commissioners prese&t were : — Messrs Restell (Chairman) Braddell, Thomas, Aloorn, and Oanoan, . Mr Crisp appeared In support of the application. No objectors were ptesent. Mr Crisp said that the whole facts of the case had been brought before the Committee at Its last sitting, but if the Bench bo desired he was prepared to lead evldenoe touching on the past good management of tbe house and the fitness of the applicant to hold a lloense. The Bbtioh retired for ten minute* to oonslder their decision, and on returning into Oonrfc the Chairman announced that it had been deolded to grant the lloense as applied for. Oq the application of Me Crisp an eleven o'olook extension was allowed and permission waa given to extinguish the street light at that honr . Toll was all the bmlitss.
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