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State Taverns R EM A RK A B LE~AELE^ ATI OX S IX REPORT. The working of the State control of the sale of intoxicating liquors in Cariisle and district is severely criticised in a report presented by a deputation from the Liverpool Licensed Victuallers' Association, which visited the are.1 on the 9th November, and three subsequent days, to inquire into the working of the scheme The brstplace visited in Carlisle (says the report) was the much talked of Tavern, a. venture which has been trumpeted is heralding a new era in the social haibits of the people; but so far from doing this, it may be conrfidently predicted that the effect will be a failure in this direction. The front portion of the premises is simply a long, narrow "stand-up" drinking bar, with nothing whatever tasteful about it. The fitt- ings consisted of an unpolished top counter with casks arranged upon a long sillage behind The rear portion of the premises consisted of i lofty hall, with long tables. The tariff appeared to be that cf an ordinary middle-class cafe, and although it was cheap yet it was also very light, and would not in any way meet the needs of the working man, for whom it was supposed to cater. The ale supplied is aiso very light, but this remark does not apply to the price. In the front bar of the tavern change. is not given by the barmaid, but is obtainable at two desks, one at each end of the counter. This would appear to be a silly fad, typical of a Government department. In only leads to confusion, and would also appear to make the evasion of the "no treating", i-egu liatio as easy, as a man can obtain the necessary change and distribute it to his friends, and in that way pay for their drinks. With regard to the trade being done at the house, on the first visit business was not very brisk everything was quiet and orderly. On a second visit- there was found to be n fair number of customers both in the bar and dining hall. People in the hall seemed largely to consist of young mon and girls. A fair amount of intoxicants was being consumed, and everything was orderly but very noisy, and a soldier was playing rag- time on a piano. On Saturday afternoon, the front bar was filled with a rowdy crowd, of whom several appeared to be under the influence of drink, though not really drunk. o check, apparently, existed on the amount of drink supplied, and confusion was caused by the system of giving change. V s I I MA X A GEM E X T CRI TTCISED. With regard to the conditions under which the management of the houses is carried on, .t should bo observed that managers are not licensees, a.nd are liable to instant dismissal should they displease the Board, or make anv small mistakes. This certainly will not induce respectable men to take the positions. The restrictions placed on the managers are very irksome, and it was stated that if a manager wished to go out of the promises during the opening hours lie must ask permission, and state 01 his weekly sheet when he was out, and why. The weekly half-holiday is not granted, as would appear to be required under the Sho s Act. Stocks are taken fortnightly, but the managers are not informed whether they are good or bad. The public houses in Carlisle, except two ct three large hotels, are closed during the hours when the sale of intoxicants is prohibited, ~n spite of the fact that the Central Control Board boast of their desire to promote the sale of non-intoxicants, and in connection with ihis poipt, the deputation found that it was im possible to obtain food of any kind, at any time, in the ordinary public houses in the city. The strength of the spirit supplied is about 40 per cent. under proof for common spirits, 33 per cent. under proof for specials. The beer supplied are very poor and light n gravity. The prices are about the same as 'n other towns. TAKING DRISK HOME. With regard to the off sales of spirits, the deputation visited two shops on Friday after- noon. and in both cases the same extraordinary scenes were witnessed. The shops were crowded with people buy- ing spirits apparently for consumption dur- ing the week-end. Parcels were being sold, already made up, containing from one to six bottles, and being carried away in bags, sacks or perambulators. In one case considerably over 50 customers were served in half an hour, and the deputa- tion were credibly informed that one shop that day had taken nearly zL40 in two and a half hour's trading. The deputation was also informed that a custom was growing up in Carlisle for a niiii to purchase two or three bottles of spirits n the early part of the week, and to immediately pawn them, redeeming them on the Saturday for week-end consumption. This undoubtedly would be owing to Sunday closing. Some of the houses belonging to the Control Board are hideous in their painted array. At ——— the deputation tried to get some light refreshments, pies or sandwiches, at several ¡f the licensed premises, but were unsuccessful, being told that food was not supplied, only drink. At the principal hotel a full luncheon cou'd be obtained owing to its being market day, but no snacks. The deputation visited a magnificent iie N- canteen in process of completion in — t is nicely fitted up with a large dining hail capable of accommodating three or four hun- dred persons. It is admirably suited lor a Sunday School treat, but would not meei the social needs ot the working classes. o GRAVE ACCTSATLOX. In Carlisle they visited governi publi: house-, nearly every one of which was packed to suit i- cation. In all parts, including the passages, and ;1, some cases even the dark yards, drink wa* being served. Conditions existed that would not be tolerated by any self-respecting licens- ing bench in the country. Control or super- vision was non-existant. and the "no-treating" order was constantly being evaded. It may be thought that owing to the diluted nature of the spirits and beer it would be im- possible for anyone to get drunk, but this wa~ not so. and it was evident that many had set their minds to the business and did it with a will. More ilivil were seen drunk in one evening than would be seen in one of the big towns in six month*. In the public houses about 8.30 oil Saturday night it was simply pandemonium- It was impossible, in some cases, to get i side the places, and in one large bar visit half the number present were well under t influence of drink, and control was conspicuo by its absence. The scenes at the station were indescribabi It was like a free fight to get into the etatio and the crowds of drunken and half-drunk- men were herded and packed together like wi beasts by the local, military, railway, ai women police. The police were present, b made no attempt to make arrests. It wou appear desirable, in the eyes of those respo sible, that arrests for drunkenness should the present time be kept at a low figure. CRITICS' COXCL rsioxs. The unnimous opinion of the member- of t. deputation is :— 1. That the public and all concerned in '1 trade are opposed to the methods adopted the Central Control Board. 2. That the board has not done anything make the life of the workman more comfor able, or to meet his social need. 3. That the Board is out to make as mu- money as possible, no matter who ha.> to lo or suffer by it. can easily be done win the monopoly is held and inferior goods a sold at top prices. 4. That the Board does not exercise ai effective control over the sale of intoxicatii liquors.
Carmarthenshire Appeal Tribunal
Carmarthenshire Appeal Tribunal. The Carmarthenshire Intermediate Appc; Tribunal sat the Guildhall. Carmarthen. Friday. Amongst the cases heard were l fo; IOWI-N .Diivid Thomas, Penckiwdd, Llangeler..Lbu dyssui, for J. Thomas.—Refused. Anna Bowen, Rhydfawr. Treicch and Snuo Jones, Berthlwyd. Trelech. for Willie Bown —Exemption granted. W A. Lewis, WeriKidu, -Login, lor Da Edward^, Cwmmiles. Login.—Exemption granted. John Griffiths. Pistyllgwynne. Whitlanu. U Win. John Griffiths.—Exemption granted. J hos. ('lyngwyii. iJronwydd Arm: foi- John Lodwick. Pantg'as, Abcigwili. lc Edward Thomas. Win. Davies. Brynliyfryd. Red Roses. Hl fused. H. G. Llaneilv. again- Myrddin Ha rries. Gl. Xew Dock road, Llano!i — Adjourned for two months. Thomas Rees. Corngafr. St. Clears, for Roes.—Refused. Capt.-Margrave against John Dav:rs. Pel florest, Ciirhodyn.—Adjourned for seven day' Capt. Margrave against David Harrio Goodwig, Abernant.—Military appeal aikswet John Evans. TyrhowelJ. Pencnrreg Lu; peter.—Appeal refused. Lieut.-Col. T. Lloyd Harries against Wiliia: Bowen. Pontarladd, Maesycrugiau.—Adjoui'i ed for seven days. John Jones. Caermelwasfacli, Rhydcw'mcra for John Jones, junr.—Refused. Capt. Margrave a.gainst J. Jones Lkvnffald Velindre, Henllan.—Military appeal allowed. Capt. Margrave against D. J. Jones. cerrig. Xewcastle Emlyn.—.Military npue. allowed. Dd. Davies. Clynblewog, Trelecli. Trelecl: for Albert Highter.—Refusexl. J. Morris. Parkyberllan. Carmarthen, fu James Morris.—Exemption allowed. Dd. Jones, Llwyncrwn. Gellywen. St. Cieai for Wm. John Jones.—Refused. Capt. Margrave against W in. Davies. Pare) bedw. Treleoh.- lliiitary appeal dismissed ui less the military can find a satisfactory subs tute. AY m. Peregrine. Cwmyrin farm. Cwindi Llandilo. for Arthur Gardner.—Refused. John Jones. Wernbongam. Llanarthiiey, iL Wm. Jones.—Refused. W m. Bowen. Ulvdti Icoeliloii. Lianpumj saint, for James Jones.—Refused. AY m. Evans, Waunrhelfa. Lianpump.sain for David Evans.—Refused. Tlios. Erns, Gilfachmaen, Llanpumpsiun: for 11-m. Rees.-Refused. Dd. James, Xautgwynne farm. Llanpunii saint, for Arthur James.—Exemption grantc till 31st March. Jenkin Beynon, Pent re farm. Llannon, fu Jenkin Beynon. junr.—Exemption granted. W m. Jones. Bryncyrne. Liangunnor. 'c Tlios. Nicholas.—Refused. Wm. Walters. Plasycerdiu, Llanginning. ■ Refused. Richard Davies, Ferry Farm. Llanstepliar for Richard Davies, junr.—Exemption graute Evan Davies. Penianfach. Xautgaredig. ft Ben Davies.—Refused, subject to the militar finding a suitable substitute. Capt. Margrave agaist F. G. J. Davie-. '11 Lodge. Ferryside. — Adjourned for six month W. A. Cranham. 12, Glyncoed terrace. H Wal. LiancJly. — Adjourned fur seven days. Mr Nathan Griiffths (military represent; tive) against J. H. Thomas. Bear Fawr. LIWT bendy.—Appeal dismissed condition; o:i 1j man finding work of national importance.
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