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Albert James, a boy of 11 years, was charged with driving after sunset without lights, at Abersychan, on the 23rd May. Mr W. H. V. Bythway defended. — P.C. Jones said that at 9.45 p.m. on the 23rd ult., he saw the defendant driving a horse and carriage at a full trot through Station-street, Abersychan, without a lighted lamp.—Mr Bythway said they did not dispute the charge, but he nad an explanation to make, and it was this. The defendant and two other lads, one of whom was 17, drove to Crum- lin to see a relative, with the intention of staying there that evening. When they got to Crumlin they found the relative had gone away, and the lads accordingly decided to return to Blaenavon. He (Mr Bythway) understood the defendant simply took the reins part of the way, and hap- pened to be driving when the constable saw them.—The Chairmnn remarked that the defen- dant was very young to have charge of a horse and trap.—Mr Bythway I understand he is a remarkably clever driver. (Laughter.)—The Bench decided they could not make any distinc- tion in this case, and imposed a fine of 10s. The money was paid by defendant's father.

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