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Matters id connection with the Auckland City Club Hotel license, which was removed to a cellar whilst the hotel is being demolished in order that another may replace it, are becoming complicated. Those opposed to the transfer held that it was not legal; but it has now transpired that the cellar was not opened and the business is now being carried on in the old premises. It is claimed, therefore, that the cellar not having been opened' the license had no habitation from which it could be retransferred, and that it has accordingly expired. The Massachusetts Senate, on May 16, passed the Bill permitting women to vote on the license question,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889

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