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I o A GROCERi'S LICENCE.

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o A GROCERi'S LICENCE. OPPOSITION AT PRESTATYN. At, Prestatyn Sessions on Wednesday a full bench of magistrates (with Alderman Ralli in the chair) were engaged in hear- ing an adjourned application for the re- newal of a grocer's licence to Mrs M. A. Roberts, Tower Buildigs, Prestatyn. The local Free Church Council opposed the reewal at the last sessions on the ground that the premises had been clcsed for some weeks, it being held that this con- stituted misconduc-t-.theonly ground upon which the renewal could be op- posed. The case was then adjourned in order to allow the licensee to carry out certain arrangements which were being made for reopening. The opposition was continued on the same grounds on Wedesday, and an argu- ment ensued between Mr Scott (for the applicant) and Mr Gasquoine (for the Free Church Council). The former con- tended that under the Act "misconduct" meant selling surreptitiously or some offence. It was stiated in evidence that the premises were reopened a few days after the previous sessions, and the busi- ness had been carried on ever since by a private company, consisting of the family of the applicant. The question was raised by a, magistrate as to whether a genuine grocery tirade was carried on by the applicant, and some of the Bench remarked that they had in- spected the shop that morning, but there was very lil tIe in the windows except excise stuff.—The applicant replied that there were groceries inside the shop, and the window-dressing; was considered suffi- cient for the time of the year. Mr F'rimston, from the bench, consider- ed that many holding these licences sold more wines ad spirlits than groceries, and he feared that this was the case in this instance. The applicant denied this. The Bench unanimously decided to re- new the licence.

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