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Penarth Cyclists, Beware!.


Penarth Cyclists, Beware!. At the local police court on Wednesday morning, Mr John William Pyman, aged 18, was charged by P-C- 238 with riding a bicycle in Marine Parade on the 7th inst., at 11.15 pm', without having a light. The defendant being uon est, P.C. Chant. swore to having served, personally, the summons on the 11th inst. Continuing, the constable added 'that Pyman, when asked why he was without a light, said be did Dot know one was required. The Bench, deeming that ignorance of the law was no valid excuse, fined the culprit. 5/- inclusive. This, Major Thornley himself, so it is alleged, paid himself at the close of the Court's sitting. P.C. 105 also charged a young man named Deacon •w't s'tnilarlvand recently infringing the bye-laws by riding his machine at Llandough, at 4 o'clock in the morning. H tco, was mulcted 5/ 7 J


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