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SCORCHERS BEWARE! SWANSEA CHIEF CONSTABLE'S WARNING. At Swansea on Monday. William Richarct Clark, motor-car driver, was summoned for the alleged offence of driving a motor-car in a manner dangerous. to the public on the Strand on January 5th and also for driving without a license on the same date. P.C. f68) Davies said he saw defendant driving a motor ran down the Stra.nd at a furious speed. There were a number of children plaving 011 the Strand at the time and alfo a deal of other traffic. Witness took the number of the car as it passed him. Witness later saw defendant at the garage njid told him he would be reported. De- fendatit replied, "Impossible; can't we square it? You can let it pass." Witness asked him for his license and when demand- ant produced it lie, found that it had ex- pired in November. 1916, and had riot be«n* renewed, AVitiiess, in cro.-s-examinfit estimated--that tween 20 and 25 miles an liour. Corroborative evidence was given by Ed, mund J. Davies, of High-street. For the defence it was argued that the car at its fastest speed could only travel 14 miles an hour. A fine of 40s \YH imposed on the first offence and the second was dismissed cn payment- of costs. Mr. Hield (deputy-Town Clerk), at the conclusion, said the Chief Constable desired him to state that he had brought the case forward a? an example as there was a tent dency for furious driving in the town.

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