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LICENSING COMMITTEE.

The quarterly meeting of the City Licening Committee was held this morning; present—Messrs R. L. Stanford (chairman), S. Myers, J. B. Callan, and R. Forrest. THE EXHIBITION. Apnlieuti'i'i by <Jti!v- Jmihort for a pubisVar.s lirvnse 1 >r the Nu\v Z-aiand Exhibition (jo'iip.ioy. Thi' C»aii:m\n : This application is granted in conformity with the terms of the Act that his been passed on the subject, subject ou the following conditions: That the bar in tiie building be closed from 11 p in. to 8 a in,, and that the sections of the Jjicensing Act, 1881, numbers 122 to 13G both inclusive, do not apply. We have befoie us a lottor signifying the approval of the Commissioners of the Exhibition to this application, in terms of the Act. TRANSFERS. Thomas M'Namara to James D. Hutton, Caledonial Hotel, Walker Btreet. —Granted. George L. Seath to Thomas Mee, Peacock Hotel, Princes street.—Granted. David O'Connor to Mary Knox, Pacific Hotel, King street.—Granted. EXTRA BAR. Application by John Roche for an extra bar for the Gridiron Hotel, Princes street.— Granted, FIRE ESCAPES. The Chairman asked whether Inspector Weldon could give any information as to the fire escapes provided. Inspector Weldon replied that the provision made was satisfactory in every instance.

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LICENSING COMMITTEE., Issue 8001, 2 September 1889

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LICENSING COMMITTEE. Issue 8001, 2 September 1889

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