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WILD BIRDS OF THE ! NEIGHBOURHOOD.

BLAGKSMITIH'S: I,oNG PURSE.

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BLAGKSMITIH'S: I,oNG PURSE. Inspector Sidney Gibbs, of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, prosecuted at Rhyl on Tuesday two carters and their employer, Thomas Jones, blacksmith, for cruelty to a horse, the men for working it and the employer for causing it. to be worked. All three pleaded guilty. The first cases taken were those against Thomas Williams,, one of the carters, and Thomas Jones, his master, in respect of the offence of December 2nd. Inspector Gjrbbs said he saw the horse attached to a two-wheeled cart laden with ashes for the golf links. It was emaciated, and "fear- fully lame." Mir R. Roberts, veterinary surgeon, Old Colwyn, who was afterwards called, described, this as the worsit. case of cruelty he had ever seen. The defendant, Thomas Williams., said that the hotrse went all right when left alone, but the inspector came along and lifted its leg up, and it went lame after that.—(Laughter.) It was shown that Thomas Jones had been fined three times previously for cruelty to animals. Williams was fined 2s. 6d. and 9s. costs, and Jones was fined P,3 and Pl 10s. costs. The second case was proceeded with against Robert. Wiliams, the other carter, and Jones, the charge being: that the horse was worked on the day after it was stopped by the inspector. Poii.ce Constable Rogers saw the animal again drawing ashes to the golf links. The defendant Jones said he was celebrating his birthday on that occa- sion or it would not have happened. It was not everyone who could live in Rhyl 50 years witihouit a" doctor's bill.—(Laugh- ter.) He had a drop of whisky. Robert Williams was fined, like his mate, 2s. 6d and 9s. costs, and Thomas Jones was fined £ 2 and 9s. costs. The last-named defen- dant then produced his money bag and counted out of it, the total amount of the four fines and costs— £ 8 2s.,—which he handed over to the cashier. The return of wintry weather means a return of Coughs, Colds, and other hard weather troubles. You can guard against these by taking regular doses of "Car- ragol." Sold in Is. bottles by Winter and Co., Chemists.

THE BURNING OF THE SARDINIA.

HOW IT IS IN RHYL.

LOCAL INVENTIONS.

CHRISTMAS ON THE CONTINENT1.

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TRAM CAR EPISODEI

DRINK AMONG WOMEN.

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