Closing time chaos

August 1922: Arguments rage over compulsory six o'clock closing times, with pharmacists charged for defying the rule "Spirited controversy" had arisen in the Victorian press over the question of the compulsory closing of 'chemists' shops at 6 pm, reported the AJP in its August 1922 edition. "Taking advantage of the publicity given to the prosecution

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