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CITY POLICE COURT. V ——— MONDAY.—Before the\l!\yor (Mr. John Jones) I and Mr F. E. ho?rta. WINDOW-BREAKKR-Frederick Burns, a labourer of no settled address, was charged with damaging a window in the King's Head Arms. to tho extent of "01. -Prisoner: No sir, he pushed me through and broke it himself —John James Sainpey, licensee of the King's Head, said that about ten o'clock on Saturday evening, prisoner came into the bottom bar, and endeavoured to sell a brass ring. The customers resented it and prisoner was ordered out. He went to the swing- door and hanged it about until tha glass was broken to pieces. He then went out, and witness followed and gave him into etistody.-P.C. Rogers said that when he was arrested, prisoner was under the influenca of (iri nk. -Prisoner was fined 103. and ordered to pay the damage, or go to gaol for fourteen days. TUESI)AY.- Before AI(lert-nan Robert Lamb (in tho chair) and Mr. F. E. Roberts. NEGLECTFUL PARENTS. Lillie Shaw, the ten-year-eld daughter of a lead worker living in Seaville-buildings, was summoned for begging. —Detective Hughes deposed to finding the defen- dant begging from door to door in King-street.— The Chief Constable said there was no question that the parents were entirely to blame. Some months ago he had a complaint about the girl stealing articles from a school, and she was now wearing one of the stolen caps, the parents being told about it. She also stole an umbrella, and a pair of boots which were given her were pawned by the mother. The child was sent out begging by her parents. He asked that the child be sent to an industrial, echpol, íig the parents were not fit to took after her.—Inspector Hay- ward, of the N.S.P.C.C., said that on many occasions he had found the children of the defendant's parents in a sadly in g-hctcd condition. .On one occasion the mother went t ) Wrexhani for several days, and left five little chil Iren by them- selves. The husband earned 23s. a week.—The magistrates ordered the girl to be ion1; to the Sale Industrial School, the father to contribute Is. (id. a week towards her maintenance.

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