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OUR LONDON CORRESPONDENT.

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LICENSING REFORMSI

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LICENSING REFORMS A Conference was on October 29 held at the Jliurch House in London to consider the proposed licensing reforms. At a subsequent meeting, the Bishop of London, who presided, urged that, on the basis of Lord Peel's Report, there was the ground- work for legislation that should commend itself to all reasonable men. He thought it should be treated as an offence to be drunk, and a greater offence to be drunk whilst in charge of children. Lord Peel said that, although legislation seemed to be on the side of drink and drunkenness, thev must try and reverse the position, and endeavour to remove temptation from weal; men and women.

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