TRANSPORT LICENSING Feature of the sittings Of the No. 1 Licensing Authority, Mr, E(. J. Phelan is the public interest taken in the' proceedings. At the sitting on Wednesday the public benches were filled, and a number of citizens came forward to make statements or ask questions relative to the JWo applications heard. Both were in respect of renewal of licenses and amendment of fares and timetable Sutes, one being lodged by Transport Sua Services, Ltd., and the other by the Auckland Bus Company, Li Dur!ng the hearing of the application Of transport bus services the matter of the company having acquired portion of the Service only last April was raised and Mr. R. Harrington, representative of the Trades and Labour Council, who suggested that, as the, service had £ppn onerating Under the new man' aliment fw only three months S 2 the Slack period for the beach traffic to Titirangi and Lainghoime, the application should.be stood down for ll mOnths. A number of states menta and were also put by other Witnesses, either as representatives of organisations or as individuals. .
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PUBLIC INTEREST, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945
PUBLIC INTEREST Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 165, 14 July 1945
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