THE ADVERTISER, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1924.
SWINTON BILLIARD LICENCE.
Mr. W. J. Bradford applied on behalf of Mr. Edwin Morgan for a billiard license for premises to be erected in Station street, Swinton.
Mr. Bradford said that the applicant had bought the land, and proposed to erect a thoroughly up-to-date billiard hall. There was provision in the plans for 16 tables, but at first it was proposed to have only 12.
The application was granted subject to the plans being passed by the Urban Council.
The hall would be allowed to be open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., and no one under 18 years of age admitted.
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