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"OmUNC" GEESE.

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"OmUNC" GEESE. Remarkable Cruelty Case at Builth. At Builth Wells Police Court on Monday- before Mr. C. W. Woosnam (chairman), Mr. C. G. Inglis. Dr. W. Black Jones, and Mr. H. T. Price,-D. M. Price, farmer, Hendre. Llanynis, near Builth, was summoned by Inspector T. Laird, R.S.P.C.A., for cruelty to two geese by u quilling them. Inspector Laird stated that 'on May 29th he visited defendant's farm, and told him he was making enquiries with regard to the quilling" of geese in the neighbourhood. Defendant replied that he had three geese with feathers in their noses to prevent them getting through the hedges. Witness went with him to a field on the farm, and there saw a number of geese, two of them having feathers stuck in their noses. He examined the two birds and found that there were two small scabs on each side of the nose, partly festering. He removed the feathers, and several spots of blood followed. He then pointed out to defendant the state of the geese, and in reply Mr. Price said that he was not in tIit; liabit of no, such a thing. ntld that he would npt do it-again. Defendant pleaded guilty, but observed that the quills did net pass through a sensitive part of the nose, and if cruelty had been committed I it was quite unintentionally. The Bench ordered a fine of 1 (_)/

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, BRECON BOROUGH TRIBUNAL.

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