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PERSONAL AND SOGIAL.

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Hotel Assessments.

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Hotel Assessments. LICENSEE AND THE CHANCELLOR. Great interest was taken in the delibera- tions of the Llangollen Assessment Commit- tee at Corwen on Friday. Mr. R. Llewelyn Baker, brewer, who owns some of the chief houses in the district, appeared to appeal ( for the reduction of the assessments. Mr. W. II. Parry, one of Mr. Baker's tenants, who occupies the Bridge End Hotel, said it was time that thoroughly legitimate trade did more than protest against the in- iquitous imposts that the Chancellor had placed upon licensed houses. Mr. W. Pencerdd Williams (chairman of the Committee) You must remember we are here to protect the ratepayers' inetrests, and we know what we do will be widely quoted. Mr. Parry That may be so. All we desire is iustice and fair treatment. At this point a diversion was caused by Mr. Parry taking out a large book and ask- ing each member of the Committee for his name. The election, he said, had gone against the Conservatives, but d-espite this the licensed victuallers were determined to have fair play. The Committee decided to reduce the as- sessment on the Bridge End without pre- judice to other applicants.

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THE DYING YEAR.