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KELSALLJS PUBLIC-HOUSES. T INHABITANTS' PETITION. I A petition, signed by 344 of the principal rate- payers of Kelsa.1] and the immediate district, com- plaining of the excessive number of public- houses, was presented to the magistrates at the Eddisbury Petty Sessions on Monday. It read as follcvs: "We, the undersigned residents of Kelsall and district, respectfully desire to call your attention to the number of licensed houses in this district, there being six such houses within cne mile and a quarter of each other, two being less than one hundred yardl) apart, and a third within a quarter of a mile. We respectfully urge that this number is con siderabiy in eic-ese of tiie requirements of the district, and the urgent necessity there is for taking mea»uic« to reduoe the existing number of licences. The Chairman (Mr. J. Tomkinson, M.P.), said all the magistrates could do was to receive the petition and assure the petitioners that it would receive their best consideration before the next Brewster Sessions, which would be held at the beginning of February. The Magistrates' O-erk pointed out that the magistrates would be prcpa-red to receive in tJx, usual way evidence which would have to V. given on oath.

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