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I ILICHTS ON MOTOR-CARS. 1

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LICHTS ON MOTOR-CARS. 1 Bernard Thornect, commercial traveller, and Edward Bromley Hall Bassett, were at Swansea on Thursday suntmoiled for driving motor-oars withc.ut properly obscur- ing lights in acetylene la*npe.—Evidence •was given by Inspector Bowen. -Thornet'. said he took the lamps on the car to be fixed according to the Act. The space of clear glass was only an inch, but when the in- spector told him it wasn't right he went and had it rectified again.—Case dismissed on payment of costs.—Bassett admitted the offence, and said he thought the lamps i were in order.—This case was also dismissed I on payment of costs.

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