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WIRELESS STUDENT FINED. I

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WIRELESS STUDENT FINED. I At Enfield Police-court on Monday, Stanley Warren White, seventeen, a wireless telegraph student, of Church-street, Enfield, was charged with having a complete wireless installation in his possession without the permission of the Postmaster-General. The father of the boy said the accused was keen on his work, and so was witness, but he did not know anything about the working. The boy sat and experimented nearly the whole evening. A Post Office expert said that the apparatus was capable of sending and receiving messages from eight to ten miles. Counsel for the accused said there was no question of his loyalty. He was English, and his parents were English. He had left Enfield Grammar School, and was now at the East London Wireless College. He was unaware that he required the written permission of the Postmaster-General. He had never transmitted or received a message, although he had heard sounds. The magistrate fined the accused £7 and costs, and said part of the blame was attached to the father, and he ordered the apparatus to be removed and confiscated until after the war.

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