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"n_n_ licensing Sessions at Penarth- The adjourned licensing meeting- of the magisterial i C5 1 1 "division of Dynas Powis, was held at Penarth Police Court, on Wednesday morning- The justices present were '—Messrs S. Batchelor (chairman), 0. H. Jones, Llewellyn Wood, Alderman Meggitt, Councillor W. L. Aloi-i is, Colonel Guthrie and Dr. Neale. PENARTH APPLICATIONS. Messn J. W- A. Stevens, Pen Hill, Cardiff. H. Wat kin Juewis, R. VVaiu and H. A. Bowring applied as directors of the firm of Messrs Stevens and SonF, Cardiff, for an off license to retail wine, spirits and beer on the pr; mi -es, known as the Masonic Hall. Mr T. H. Stevens appeared to oppose on behalf of Mr Bond, Railway Hotel, and elicited from Mr Albert Heitzraan, manager of the Masonic Hall branch, that theminïmum quantity he could sell with the present license way. of beer, 2 dozen reputed quarts, or 6 dozen ? Pifrt bottles; 4} Sallctt casks, and 2 galloas of wiiisi or spirits. Chose examination, however, educed the fact that Mr Heitzman bad been selling- single bottles of spirits equal to of a gallon- /( x Mr A. Lewis (instructed by Mr Harry. Cousins), a 10 guinea license would allow the of. a smgie bottle,.—r 0 Mr O. H. Jones': Not ia leas quantity than 2 gallons. Mr Lewis It may bt an infraction of the mw but I submit that will nut in vallate my application. Mr T. H. Jones opposed for the lessoref the Railvyay Hotel and Mr Do-taid McClean, f I several residents of the localiiy. Alter hearing the evidence the magistrates, decide.1 to grant a retail wineandspiril, licence, b t refused permission to sell beer iu retail quantities. Mi Ste, hens remarked that the retail beer item was what be should have principally challenged. A similar application was made by Mr Ivor Yachell on leh If of Mr Stowe, Grocer. Glebe Street. Mr Dor old M n Mid Mr T. H. Be'cher opposed. It world seem that a certain notice in connection with the application has to be posted up on the parish (Jburcii .on certain Sundays and between the hours of lb a.m. and 5 p m. Tins bad been done, but a notice has also to be served on Superintendent Giddings. Now, t'iis notice lmd been served on Inspector Roberts oc the Fenarth Police Station, vice Mr Qiddinc-s at Barry. As Mr Roberts had accepted service on of i is Chief, Mr Y, itchell argued that lie service was gcoa in point of law and was also in eTt q Mr Belcher controverted this, and jqnoted n authority to the effect that the service was not good and would not hold m law. He should there- fore object on a y. Mr Vachell impuged Ms learned friend's objection, and alleged that the ■■authority cited by Mr Belcher was incorrectly repor- ed, It wasn't a tecnicality it was a precedent. Mr O. H, Jones adjourned the case till Monday at Barry DJck

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