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A LADY SENT TO GAOJ T At the Brentfotd Police r FOR CRUELTY, Mrs. Eva Allinghani. -Jourt, a few days ago. means, liviii, at Tivj,' a lady of independent answer a summon? Kertliam, again appeared to fully ill-treated charging her with having wil- In a 'ier daughter Slay, aged thirteen, fug. The »Keiy to cause her unnecessary suffer- the pre' .vitnesses for the prosecution had, at period 'ions hearings, alleged that during a M&v of six months covered by the summons .f Alingham had heen dailvbeatell with great verity by her mother. Defendant now denied that she had ever beaten May with a broomstick, a carpet stick, a blind-roller, or a clothes line. She usually took a switch out of the garden to thrash her with. She had never thought of putting May head first in a cold water bath, and she had not made her mouth bleed by the use of a scrubbing brush. The magistrates re- 9 tired to consider their verdict. On their return the chairman (Mr. Montague Sharpe) said thb case had been thoroughly investigated. They were of opinion that, the child had undergone cruel and harsh treatment,.—The sentence ot the court was that the defend ant:, must go to prison for three months with hard labour, pay a fine of £10, one half of wkicii would go to tire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children for witnesses "f'JQQ

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