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HE Appeal Tribunal will sit at Halifax House, Strand, London, W.C.2, on October 18, to hear an appeal by Vaughan Brothers "(Contractors), Ltd., against a decision of the South . Wales Dc p ut y Licensing Authority. On October 20, appeals by T. R. Beeson, Derby Express Deliveiy Service, Ltd., Derby Motor Transport Co., J. B. Laban, Normanton 'Haulage Co., Ltd., Frank Porter and Son, Ltd., and Whiteman and.Hawkins, against a grant to Hay's Wharf Cartage Co.; Ltd., by the East Midland Licensing Authority, will be heard.
Then the Tribunal moves to-Chpster for a week to hear appeals at the Castle. They concern decisions reached in 'he North Western Area by the Licensing Authority and the Deputy Licensing Authority.
Three appeals by Robertson Buckley and Co., Ltd., are listed for hearing on October 25. The 'Railway Executive appears as a respondent in each case. October 26 is being devoted to the hearing of appeals by J. Hardman and Son and Ernest Spencer and Co., Ltd., against a grant to Lawrence Muckian. Appeals by I.R.S. Transport, Ltd., and John Jones will be taken on October 27, and one by the Railway Executive on October 28.