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beer parlour

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beer parlor

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(Commerce) Canadian a room in a tavern, hotel, etc in which beer is served
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It was the first time authorities have said there were two bombs in the area of market stalls and beer parlors referred to locally as a "mammy market.
Early Closing of Beer Parlors Now Sought," Manitoba Free Press, 10 February 1931.
Section 82 of the Act reads: "No beer licensee shall employ or suffer any person under the age of twenty-one years or any female to act in any way in connection with the sale, handling, or serving of beer in, on or about any beer parlor.
Where a beer licensee desires to serve beer to both men and women the Commission may in writing allow him to establish in his hotel a separate beer parlor for each .
Dear Sir, As one of the Mothers in this community I would like to make this last appeal to you against the granting of a license for a beer parlor at the hotel.
I racked balls in the pool halls, cleaned the beer parlors .
Vancouver's beer parlors were opened following the repeal of a brief (four-year) war-related prohibition.
This chapter also outlines the origins of the beer parlors and the regulations that were supposed to ensure that they would not simply become saloons by another name.
The view that beer parlors were unfit places for women was also common among some women's groups and some patrons.
YOU SEE THEM AT BEER parlors and at Jets games, in gourmet shops and at candy counters.
From the start, when onetime fruit juice marketer Boyd Newton banged on the doors of the beer parlors in Winnipeg, to the present, it has been an achievement of persistence and more than a little wit.
Friday in an area of market stalls and beer parlors referred to locally as a "mammy market.