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PENINSULA LICENSING COMMITTEE.

The annual meeting of the above Committee was held at the sohoolhouse, Anderson Bay, to-day, when there were present Messrs A. llicoll (chairman), A. M'Kay, E. Inglis, and T. Robertson, jun.

The Clerk stated that two applications from licensees in the district had been received—namely, from Thomas Smithson, Scao'iff, and William Donaldson, Highcliff. The po'ice reports were extremely favorable, showing that the houses were conducted in the best possible manner.

Mr M'Kay was in favor of granting an accommodation license only (as applied tor) to William Donaldson, because liv could not ice how the amount of business tiansacted warranted a publican’s license being granted. The hcu»e was undoubtedly a great convenience to travellers, but it was required more as a house of accommodation than a public house. It was ultimately decided to grant an accommodation license to Mr Donaldson, the Committee fixing the fee at LlO. With reference to the application of Thomas Smithson, Seacliff, for a renewal of a publican’s license, the Chairman mentioned that the Act stipulated that the house to which a publican’s license could be granted must be four miles distant from any other licensed bouse of a similar nature. Was the house of Mr Smithson less than four miles from ary other house? Mr M'Kay thought that the house was nearly, if not fully, four miles away from another licensed house. The Chairman: Oh, well, if it is not quite the specified Distance, we can look over that, I presume. On the motion of Mr M'Kay, seconded by Mr Inglis, the application was granted; the Committee also deciding to issue a ten o’clock license.

The Chairman: There is just one thing, gentlemen, before we disperse, I should like to mention. I refer to the manner in which Constable Hartnett has performed his onerous duties. He has not been over-officious, and has done bis duty well, and is—and lam sureyou will all agree with me—a credit to the district. The other members concurring in the remarks of the chairman, Constable Hartnett thanked them for their kindly appreciation of his merits, and the meeting then terminated.

The Japanese Minister of the Interior has arrived at Berlin to study the German system of government,

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PENINSULA LICENSING COMMITTEE., Issue 7922, 1 June 1889

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PENINSULA LICENSING COMMITTEE. Issue 7922, 1 June 1889

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