NEW HOTEL AT MUNTADGIN.
A special sitting of the York Licensing Court was held in Perth yesterday, the Bench comprising Messrs. J. Lyon John- ston (chairman), M. J. Cahill. and G.
Taylor, when an application was made by Colin Geoffrey Elliott for a publican's gene- ral licence at Muntadgin for which a pro- visional certificate had already been grant- ed. Mr. Blanckensee (Stone, James and Co.) appeared for applicant, who gave evi- dence in support of his application. A re- port from the Police Department stated that the premises had been erected in ac- cordance with the approved plans and spe- cifications and were satisfactory. There being no objection the application was granted.