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The English Licensing Bill.

LOCAL OPTION PROPOSALS.

$, (per peess association.)

<": London, . April 30. J The new Licensing Billrritroduced in the House of Commons by Lord Randolph Churchill, provides that twothirds of the householders may veto the granting of publicans' licenses. It also contains a- provision for registration of Clubs, with a maximum fee of £2000. Inmoying the first reading, which was carried yesterday, he. suggested that the Bill be referred to a Committee. Sir Wilfred Lawson eulogised .the Bill,, but was opposed to clauses granting compensation to those whose licenses had been taken away.

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The English Licensing Bill., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2419, 2 May 1890

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The English Licensing Bill. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XII, Issue 2419, 2 May 1890

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