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the asphalt before the accident. He was standing quite still. Cross-examined—I was about 70 yards distant from Meldrum. This closed the case for the prosecution. The defendant, John William Bell, employed as hall-keeper at the Prahran Town Hall, said he saw a van standing on the road and an old gentleman on the other side; he tried to steer his way between the two, but something went wrong with the control, the rod broke and his machine dashed off at 50 miles an hour. The handle of the machine and the step on the right side struck Meldrum. The side car was on the left of the machine, and the cycle was running on the crown of the road at the time. Cross-examined – I visited two hotels on the road and had three drinks. I have had the machine repaired since the accident. The position of the side-car was not changed. It was always on the left of the machine, which is an “Excelsior”. James Bamford, who was the occupant of the side-car, said defendant tooted the horn on approaching Carrum station and continued doing so. A train was just coming in. There was a lorry standing on the side of the road and as the cycle approached Meldrum stepped back. Bell was working at the machine as though something had gone wrong. The side-car was on the left hand side of the cycle. Frank Guy (recalled) said he still maintained that the side-car was on the left hand side of the cycle. The P.M. – We find defendant guilty.
Witness did not know Bell, the driver of the cycle, and he did not remember Bamford, giving assistance after he had been knocked down. To the P.M.– I am certain I stood still, on the edge of the road while waiting for the train. Frank Guy, builder, and a councillor of the Borough of Carrum, said he was standing at the door of Hacking’s store, when he saw defendant’s cycle with side-car pass; it was travelling at about 20 miles an hour. The side car struck Meldrum who was standing on the side of the road. The cycle was on the centre of the road, but the side car, which was affixed to the right hand side of the cycle, was on the wrong side of the road. Witness ran to Meldrum, whose leg was broken, the bone was sticking through a tear in the trousers. Defendant continued on for about 60 yards and witness signalled to him to return which he did after some delay. Witness then told defendant that he had plenty of room to pass. Cross Examined – Witness was certain the cycle was on the crown of the road and would swear the side car was affixed to the right of the cycle. Albert Henry Hackling, retired storekeeper Carrum, said he rendered first aid to Meldrum. He noticed that the tracks of the motor cycle went well over towards the railway fence. Cross examined – I did not see the accident. Louis Poulson, painter, Carrum, said he saw Meldrum standing about 3ft on
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