At Grcytown on Friday tho application of Amos M'Kegg for an accommodation-house license at Henley was withdrawn, and the usual publican’s license renewed. —Mr Solomon appeared to support the application of William Steadman for tho renewal of the license of the Junction Hotel. It was pointed out that the house had been in existence for twenty-five years. The police proved a conviction against tho applicant, and said that the house was in a dilapidated state; while a memorial, signed by forty-two residents who objected to the license, was presented. The Kerch unanimously rofu cd the application, considering that the house was not wanted, and intimated to Mr Solomon tnat they would net consider tho question of a transfer —‘Advocate.
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LICENSING COMMITTEE., Evening Star, Issue 7929, 10 June 1889
LICENSING COMMITTEE. Evening Star, Issue 7929, 10 June 1889
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