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WHY THE LIGHT WAS VISIBLE.

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WHY THE LIGHT WAS VISIBLE. A summons brought by two special con- stables under the Light Restriction Order was heard at Swansea on Monday, when Mr. J. R. Davies, the occupier of No. 7, Brynmill-crescent, Swansea, was sum- moned for failing to obscure all lights in or about his house, which faces the sea. Special Constable J. Hacking said lie was with Special Constable Saunderi>ou. near the Slip on July 21th, when they saw a light from the direction of Bryn- mill-crescent. They visited the house and knocked, to be answered by somebody whom it was too dark to recognise, and who told them they could do as they pleased with regard to reporting the matter. Mr. Daviee explained that his nephew, a doctor in practice in Cardiff, was stay- ing at the house, and he was not aware of the Order as to lights. The Bench dismissed the case' on pay- ment of costs.

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