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6th August 1965, Page 29
6th August 1965
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not expect any leniency from ne—I am proposing to revoke the in respect of vehicle 1530 RF, has been consistently and perly used in breach of normal user, ou may consider yourself lucky I tot done more."

; was said by Mr. J. Else, the West ad Licensing Authority, to Mr. Corbishley, of Corbishley Bros., hall, Uttoxeter, at the end of a inquiry at Hanley last week, n under Section 178 of the Road : Act, 1960, deferred from May 3 ',.7omonereird Motor, May 7). The tion will date from August 16, an appeal is lodged.

bishley Bros. hold an A licence for :hides with livestock containers, the :d normal user on three vehicles "Livestock, agricultural feedingand furniture—Midlands ", and on urth: " Livestock—Midlands."

inquiry, revealed that for some first with one vehicle and later with regular weekly run had been mainto and from Exeter with livestock, I from Exeter to Sheffield abattoir. veen September, 1964, and April. one vehicle had been taken off ck work, carrying traffic not named normal user, some of which was ington Transport, on sub-contract. easons given were that the conwere in need of repairs and the trade was falling off.

Ate advice from the LA at a public on September 19. 1963, and a g on May 3 last, the Exeter run id was still being maintained. Mr. bley said they still thought an nee had no limits as to districts, e brothers did not know they were wrong. Mr. Else remarked: " You rdcring on telling lies."

G. Tinsdill. for Corbishley Bros.. ley had not been in trouble until y. when they were convicted at ter, pleading guilty to 96 offences g to drivers' hours. He asked what now be done about the welldied Exeter business. Mr. Else that he was not prepared "to n inch ", it being one of the matters to revocation. If the Exeter run be regular, they must make an alate application.

upport of an application for an nal vehicle to which "to and from " had been added to the normal • Corhishley said they carried ston and Weston, big cattle dealers Midlands.

tter from Weston and Weston was ly support and the application was


People: J. Else
Locations: Exeter

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