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Description of Rose Hill by Chief ConstableSource:
Cambrian News 27/02/1914 Date:
Newspaper Description: Transcript:
Rose Hill Arms Licence. The consideration of renewing the licence of the Rose Hill Arms, which had been deferred from the annual Licensing Sessions, was submitted by the Chief Constable who called P C. Oliver of Llanarth to testify that the house was not wanted for public convenience. It had very limited accommodation for man or beast and there were two public houses close by. There were five public houses in the parish of Llanarth which had 1,643 inhabitants or one for every 328. It was resolved to recommend that the house be closed and that a provisional licence be granted until the case had been considered by the Licensing Committee.Notes:Linked to Rose Hill Arms , Llanarth