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AN IMPORTANT LICENSINGI QUESTION.

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AN IMPORTANT LICENSING I QUESTION. At a meeting of the Standing Joint Committee of the Glamorgan Quarter Sessions on Monday, at which General Lee, Alderman H. P. Charles, Mr, O. H. Jones, Mr. Picton Tnrbervill, and. Mr. J. Blandy Jenkins were present. An important dis- cussion respecting licensing was raised. Alderrnan .J ones. Griffiths. with reference to the return of publicans and beerhouse-keepers re- ported to the superintendents of police for offences under the Licensing Acts and not proceeded against, asked why this was so and the Chairman taking several .cases as selected by members of the committee, supplied the reason why each offender had not been proceeded against. Practically in each case the, superintendent of police in the district concerned had acted on the advice of the magistrates' clerk.

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