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SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1900. BICYCLES TN RELATION TO TOLLS. TIISTICES BIGHAM AND KULLIMORE were engaged for some time on Tuesday last in deciding whether a cyclist crossing a bridge on which a toll is levied is liable to any toll at all, either as a foot passenger or as the occupant
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