THE LICENSING LAW.
TO THE EDITOR, Sir,—l see by your Parliamentary notes that it is the intention of Mr Fish to introduce a Bill to amend the Licensing Aot, so as to allow licenses to be held by married women—to meet the case of the Gridiron Hotel. What was the case of the Gridiron Hotel? Briefly this: The licensee is a married woman, whose husband resides with her, but was in Government employ. If this enabling Bill pass, what a happy arrangement it will be to augment the miserable salaries paid to our much overworked Civil servants.—l am, etc.,
Pro Bono Publico,
Dunedin, June 29.
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THE LICENSING LAW., Evening Star, Issue 7948, 2 July 1889
THE LICENSING LAW. Evening Star, Issue 7948, 2 July 1889
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