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Correspondents on the Licensing Bill include: Howard Cheetham; W Slater Boddington of Boddington Breweries Limited (2) on the increase in numbers of drinking clubs; Edith Moorhouse of the National Union of Women Workers and John Pedder [Principal Assistant Under Secretary at the Home Office]. Correspondents on the Shop Hours Bill proposed by Sir Charles Dilke include: Arnold Watson of the Manchester Wholesale Provision Association and Walter Speakman of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
Also includes copies of letters from WSC outlining his views on the Licensing Bill and the time limit originally proposed by Sir Wil former Manchester MP.
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