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ALLEGED GROSS CRUELTY TO A DOG AT EASTBROOK. A CARDIFF YOUTH CHARGED WITH KNOCKING THE ANIMAL'S EYE OUT. MINNIE ST. CLAIR AN INTERESTING PROSECUTRIX. Before the Penarth magistrates (Col. Guthrie and Major Thornley) on Monday last, a young man named Frederick Lucas, in the employ of the Capper tea merchants, Cardiff, was charged with cruelty to a. dog, belonging to Minnie St. Clair, 5, Spring-bank, Eastbrook, Dinas Powis. on the 5th ultimo. The prosecution was conducted by Mr R. Warr, Cardiff, inspector to the R.S.P.C.Aiifcand the prosecutrix stated that on the 5th of March defendant came to her house seeking orders, when her dog, a little fox terrier, eleven months old. snarled at him. The dog was quite innocent, and would not bite. Defendant drove the dog away, and then hissed the animal. Lucas picked up two stones, and the second stone knocked the dog's eye out, the animal slunk off whining pitifully.- Mary Ann Robins, living at 3, Spring-bank, East- brook, gave corroborative evidence, and defendant asked for an adjournment of the case for the production of evidence, the defendant not having been served with a summons till Friday.-The bench granted an adjournment for a fortnight.

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