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Tbe annual meeting of the Ellesmere

ioensing Committee was held on Tuesday ; oresent—Messrs R. Latter, G, Armstrong, : .V\ F. Parkinson, E, Hubbard and H. Patterson; Mr T. A. B. Bailey, S.M., preided,

A trans r of Ihe license it the Hotel Metropole, Akaroa, from P. G. Wederell to H, J Bell, was granted. A conditional license for theJ3arks Pen'nsula A. and P. Association Show waa grunted. The following licenses were granted:—' Bruce, Madeira, Metropole (Akaroti). Somerset (Duvauohelle), and Lake Forsyth (Little River), on condition that improvements aeked for by the police be effected. ■*•• The license of v aeckerle's Hotel, was held'over for thr*>p months to allow of improvements being effected. The following renewals were crantrd .— Hill Top, Eilesmere Arms (Lots-ton), South, bridge, Railway (DoylestoD) Rolleston, Lin- : coin, Springston, Dun»andel, Templeton, Junction (Halswell) and Prebbleton. The transfer of the license of the Bruce Hotel from W. H. Parkin to C. Bnrl-nd was granted, and the license was instructed to have the new garage lighted by electricity.

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ELLESMERE LICENSING COMMITTEE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 5 June 1914

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ELLESMERE LICENSING COMMITTEE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 5 June 1914

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