The Oban Times - - THE GREAT WAR -

------------RE­LAX­ATION The fol­low­ing re­lax­ations of ex­ist­ing re­stric­tions as to Light­ing are per­mit­ted, but only ap­ply to Lights not vis­i­ble

from the sea.

1. Ob­scur­ing of Street Lights sus­pended, but num­ber to be Lighted not to ex­ceed one half of nor­mal.

2. Shad­ing of House and Shop Lights sus­pended, but pro­hi­bi­tions of Lights in Shop Win­dows and Ad­ver­tise­ments Lights are con­tin­ued.

3. Ap­pli­ca­tions for Bon­fires and Fire­work Dis­plays can only be granted through the Chief Con­sta­ble, to whom all ap­pli­ca­tions must be made direct.

4. Ring­ing of Bells and Striking of Clocks per­mit­ted.

5. Part III of Light­ing, heat­ing, and Power Or­der, 1918 is sus­pended.

6. The above re­lax­ations are ap­proved for one week only, from this day, and any con­tra­ven­tion of them is an of­fence against D.O.R.A. H. S. TURN­BULL, Lieut-Colonel, Chief Con­sta­ble of Ar­gyll­shire. Lochgilp­head,

11th November, 1918

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