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I "THUNDER.FLASHES." I "Thunder-aaehes "âa, popular type of firework-a,nd the part they might play in any public celebrations were recently dis- cussed tty the West Ham magistrate. This form of nrework, said the ('.adi, should only be used in proper grounds, for they were not only annoying but 'da.ugerous, a.ud a police inspector stated that he h:ul com- munica.ted with the ownere, who had re- plied they were licensed to make them. Only an Order in Council coul-d stop their manufacture. In an interview, the manager of a large pyrotechnic nrm, which makes tlluilder-flaghes," said that instructions were printed on them, not to be held in the h&nds," and millions of boys had used them without injury. For some years past they had been. made and sold under tha a.uthority of the Chief Inspector of Explo- sives, and it was hardly fair to blame the makers beca-uae, in isolated cases, improper use had been made of them. He agreed I that boys should not fire them in the streeta.

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