On 16 May 1923, at the Penguin Police Court, George Dick was summoned by Senior Constable Button, who found him on Riana Road, riding a wagon without reins. George admitted that the reins were not in his hands, “which would make a man look a fool,” but were fastened to the breeching of the shafter within reach of the driver. The Bench considered he had not full control of the horses and therefore imposed a fine of 10 shillings.
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