CAIRNS CASES. '
At the Cairns Summons Court yesterday, before. Mr- R. C Grenier," Police Magistrate. William Bradford, of Cairns, was proceeded against on a charge that he failed to keep his motor car as near as practicable to the left side of a road, contrary to the regula- tions- Defendant pleaded guilty by*
letter, and was convicted and fined £1, together with 6/- costs of cotnftv. . '
James Rogers, of Cairns, was also charged at the; Summons "Court yes- terday, for failing to. keep lighted the two lamps carried on his motor vehicle between the hours of sunset and sunrise
Rogers pleaded guilty by letter, and was convicted and fined ¿1. together with 6/- costs.
Jack Lee Sye was also summoned to "answer a similar'charge, that-he failed to keep a lighted lamp on his bicycle. He also pleaded guilty by letter, and; was fined il and 6/-. costs of court
For operating a vehicle in Spence- street whilst not in possession of a current certificate of competency or learner's permit, Matson Wilton was proceeded against by the Superintend- ent of Traffic. He pleaded guilty by letter, and was fined £1, together with 6/- costs of- court.