The Disobliging Public

The Disobliging Public

James Frank Sullivan (1853-1936)

Fun (2 November 1887): 186

“[At the licensing meeting of the Middlesex magistrates, Mr. Dixon-Hartland suggested that the magistrates should neither grant nor renew licenses to music halls until they were satisfied of their structural soundness and the sufficiency of their exits. The chairman suggested that this motion was impracticable, as it would render the renewal of licenses impossible for at least a year; and the motion was withdrawn.]” — continued below.

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