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MOTOKISTTFINED AT FESTINIOG.

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MOTOKISTTFINED AT FESTINIOG. LICENCE ENDORSED. At a (special Police Count, held at Blaenau Featiniog, this day week. the following magis- t,ratep attended1:—Messrs J. Pairry Jones (chair- ma.n), J. Lloyd Jonee, and J. Vaughan Williams Icepecfotr Roberto dhiarged Henry CJhnstophier Pearson, 63, Albany-fibreet, London, N.W., with having on September 3rd last, recklessly driven a motor oar. Mr R. O. Davies a for the rwfipe, and MT Wlhite Philips for the CWerXlk%Ut. David Williams, 1)":nJlan. air, said that on itJhe date in ion the was driving a hard of swine near Peneaurt or Sarn Hir- He saw a motor car oommig towards him from Lfcanbedtr. T. Roberts and Griflrtih Jones, wfoo accompan- Led the witness motioned to the driver to stop. Tihe dirivec- drove into the herd, and slowed down with a pig under the oar- The driver datove away when the pig was released- Cnoes-examined: The oar did' not stop, but slowed do It was going as fast as any cram. Witness did not ask any question, as tihere wiae no time. Roberts said something, aind took the (number of the car. Defendant, it was alleged, did (nothing to avoid tfoe collision. G-rdffith Jones, Harlech, corroborated. The oa.r came along ad; a groat speed- He tried to turn the pigs aside, and' put up his (hands. De- femdaait did not slow down, and the ear went rigiht into the drove. When too car wap going thorough the pigs the defendant, it was ailleped, expressed tihat he did not oane if he killed them all- Qrosrs-examined.: The road was about eight 5"ardl3 widb- witness Birnea as many as ne could of the pigs to the roadside- Witness did not about. The defendlamt said that he was driving the ear from Banmouitih. to Harlech, about 1.30. He saw a herd of pigs and one or two men on the road. He spoke to the mien and stopped the oar- He drove slowly, at the rate of about two miles an hour. The pigs were about 100 yerds in front of him. He hit one of them, and1 stopped the oar. It was a fpre invention that he stated that he did not oare if he killed the tat. One man rained ihis handp and gesticulated- The collision oould TIeL be avoided- Croes-examined: He stopped the moment the ear touched the pig- The car was going about .four mfileB until it came up to the pig, when, it -was slowed dbwm to two miles. The evidence given by the prosecution was inaccurate. The Bench decided to oormct- Inspector Roberts said that on the 2nd mat. tihe defendant was convicted at St- Asaph and fined B5 and JS2 19s ocsts for du-iving at a dan- gerous speed, and at the same time and place he was firbed Is and 136 costs for not carrying a bail lamp. On the 14th inst., at CoLwyrn Bay, he waa fined C10 and L2 3e costs for recklessly ditiving a nxaxv oax, &nd wais fuythet fined El and 176 ooete- far driving a car without a light. I A fine of B5 and' J33 9s coats was imposed, and tie licence wae ordered to be eiadorsod-

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