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PONTARDAWE WORKMAN DIES AT…

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CHARGE OF CRUELTY TO 1,200…

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CHARGE OF CRUELTY TO 1,200 BIRDS. I A charge of cruelty to 1,200 fowls was made at Hitchin, Herts, against the Agricultural Development Corpora, tion, Limited, 66, Victoria street, Lon- don. The Royal Society for the Pre- vention of Cruelty to Animals allege that the cruelty took place at the cor- poration's farm near Letch worth. Inspector Ellis, of the society, said that the fowls came to the side of the pen when he approached and many fell through weakness. They were nothing he said, but skin and bones. There was no sign of disease. There was no food in the storehouse. "Alexander John White, the man- ager," said the inspector, "told me that sufficient food was mot provided. He said, 'I am not given money to get food, and I put responsibilty on Mr Edward Lenton Peck, the secretary. Ths week has been a cruel week." Mr Harrison, veterinary surgeon, said that he held a post-mortem on some of the hens, and their crop, giz- zard, and intestines were empty. One bird weighed-with its feathers—lib. 7ioz. Its normal weight should have been 4Mb. to 6Mb. Birds were lying exhausted or staggering when he saw them. The hearing was adjourned for a week.

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