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MOTOR TRAFFIC BYLAW.

TO THE EDITOR. Sir,—Your correspondents, "Barwick" and "Traveller" ask progress to stand still on the I eninsula. As is evident from the tone of their letters, no motors would be allowed en the roade did they control them, The only danger I have heard of Mr Barwick being in was caused by another horse, and not the motoi'3. There are just as bad roads on the Little River side, and no bylaws to control there, The people in that locality are having their horses educated to the mo tor, as they recognise all have a right to . travel op the King's highway. What we want is someone to train our young horses to tbe motor with the faeilitiea to place horses close to where they can see the motor traffic passing both day and night. As to the restriction on the motor when travelling at night, they should be compelled to use oij lamps. We cannot stop the progressive motor, so we must get our horaes used to it. I am not a motor owner, but have a educated horse used to motors.—l am, eto , PROGRESS ,

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MOTOR TRAFFIC BYLAW., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3470, 15 January 1915

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MOTOR TRAFFIC BYLAW. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3470, 15 January 1915

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