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Author:  Mel [ Sun Oct 26, 2014 8:01 am ]
Post subject:  Breach of the Lighting Order - 1917

The Burnley News

Wednesday June 13, 1917


To Pay Costs.- At Reedley, on Monday, James Kippax, 16 Acre-street, Briercliffe, pleaded guilty to a breach of the Lighting Order at his home on May 19th, and was ordered to pay the costs. It was stated that on Saturday, May 19th, at 11-45 p.m., an incandescent light, seen through the window of defendant's house, illuminated the vicinity for a distance of 40 yards. -Defendant said he forgot to close the curtains.

Author:  Ruth [ Sun Oct 26, 2014 11:13 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Breach of the Lighting Order - 1917

I found this intriguing - especially as I live in London where it is never ever really dark! I loved his excuse.

Does anyone know anything about the history of lighting orders? I had a quick look using google but didn't find anything of note.


Author:  Gloria [ Sun Oct 26, 2014 1:00 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Breach of the Lighting Order - 1917

Ooops another one of mine. When they lived there they had to go down to Lane Bottom for water and carry it back up the hill.

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