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PRESTATYN PETTY AND ADJOURNED…

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PRESTATYN PETTY AND ADJOURNED LICENSING SESSIONS I These sessions were held on Tuesday, before Dr W T Girdlestone (in the chair), Messrs M A Ralli, R C Enyon, and W H Coward. Mr Giles, Chester, applied for a transfer of the licence of the Royal Victoria Hotel from Mr Martin O'Connor to Mr Whithnell, chartered accountant, Manchester, who had been appointed Receiver by the Court of Chancery. It was stated that certain sanitary alterations were to be made on the premises. The Chairman said the Bench would not grant the licence until they had a certificate to the effect that the work had been carried out. Mr (riles replied that as the matter was in the Court of Chancery there were certain formalities to be complied with. He was prepared to give an undertaking that the work would be carried out. Mr Coward, junior, was called and stated that he was carrying out alterations to the drains at the present time. It would take two months to complete the work. Mr \V C Bell, Sanitary Inspector, corroborated. The Bench after considerable consideration, de- clined to transfer the licence, but granted a temporary authority until November 20th, laying down certain conditions as to the conduct of the hotel, and stipulating that a report as to the pro- gress of the work should be made to them on October 31st at Rhyl Court. The liceuce of the Crown Inn, Ffynnongroew, was transferred to Mr T Bayliss from Mr A Durrance, the late tenant. Mr F J Gamlin ap- peared for the applicant. On the application of Mr J Pierce Lewis, the licence of the Red Lion Inn, Meliden, was trans- ferred (from Mrs Jones, the late tenant,!to Mr W R Jones her husbaud.

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