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PONTYPRIDD BANKRUPTCY COURT.

CARDIFF LAD'S CRUELTY.

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CARDIFF LAD'S CRUELTY. When Sidney Simpson, 20, went to tie his father's mare up in the stable in Portman- moor-road, Cardiff, on Monday evening he found a small dog sheltering in one of the stalls. According to his own story, the dog attempted to bite him in the leg, and accord- ingly he proceeded to give it a severe thrash- ing. A police-constable on duty, some distance away, heard the cries of the poor animal, and upon entering the stable saw the dog securely tied up, and Simpson beating it with a heavy brush handle. Before the Cardiff magistrates on Tuesday morning Simpson denied that he had used the brush handle. "I beat it with my belt," he said, "and I broke the buckle off it."—The Magistrates told the young man that his conduct had en dastardly, and as a lesson for the future ordered him to pay a fine of £1 and costs, or go to prison for one month.

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