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THE LICENSING ACT.

Wo Understand that from ins'&uctlohs issued at heaquartcrs a jWrle of policemen made a raid upon seVcral public-houses yesterday, fn some instance's everything was found satisfactory, and the jp'cHcb decamped after thoroughly satisfying themselves that no Sunday trading was being indulged int while in others several persons welt found being, or having been, supplied with liquor. In the majority of Instanced it was pleaded that the mon wer*, or aUeast liad l'eproscnted themselves to be, travellers. Some of tft'o hotclkccpers will be prosecr.tsd shortly for selling liquor during prohibited hours ; while it is intended also to prosecute those men who aro alleged to have misled the lioensces by misrepresenting themselves ?.o travellers.

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THE LICENSING ACT., Evening Star, Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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THE LICENSING ACT. Evening Star, Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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