THE EXHIBITION LICENSE.
The following is a copy of a letter forwarded to Mr James Fulton, M.fl.R , by the secretary of the Dunedin Licensed Victuallers’ Association
To Junes Fulton, Esq. Sir,—While thanking you for the fairness and the liberal tone of your remarks in the Assembly with regard to the licensed victuallers when the Exhibition measure was before the House, I am directed by the Licensed Victuallers’ Association of Dunedin to say that the trade here does not recard the proposal to allow alcoholic liquors to be vended in the Exhibition with any disfavor or jealousy. The Association regards the proposal as a proper and legitimate our, calculated to supply a public demand, and desires to repudiate any such set&sh position as that which is, in their opinion, occupied try those who attempt to prevent the public from eating or drinking what they choose.-I am, etc., J. Wells, Secretary.
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THE EXHIBITION LICENSE., Evening Star, Issue 7951, 5 July 1889
THE EXHIBITION LICENSE. Evening Star, Issue 7951, 5 July 1889
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