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Carnarvon County Court.

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The Public Houses of Dolgellau

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The Public Houses of Dolgellau THE ACTIVITY OF THE FREE CHUPCH COUNCIL. On Tuesday, on behalf of the Doltrellev and District Free Church Council, the Rev John Williams approached the Bench of Magis- trates sitting in petty sessions, and invited their consideration of the following matters bearing upon the regulation and restriction1 of the liquor traffic, with the view of further promoting temperance in the town and dis- tnct:— L The number of licensed houses in the Dolgelley division compares unfavour- ably with other divisions of the countv with the exception of Corwen, which has the seme number. Dolgelley district has one public house to every 274 of he inhabitants, whilst Bala has one to every 470, and Pen- rhyndeudraeth (including Fèstiniop:) one to every 467. Towyn one to every 40{5 and Barmouth one to every 281. 2. Tied houses have greatly increased in recent years. 3. It was hoped that the licensing authority would make it a condition of the renewal of all licenses that back entrances and; other entrances that make police supervision di- fficult should not be used for trade purposes. 4. Structural alterations of licensed premises should be submitted for their worships' ap- proval. 5. Sale of drink to children. 6. That no applications for special or occasional licenses be heard except in open court and after due notice to the police. Accompany- ing the Rev J. Williams were several ether ministers of different denominations. The deputation were well received, and the Bench assured them of their support.

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Valley Rural District Council.

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