Charity, March 1, 1889

Charity

March 01, 1889

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Issue date: Friday, March 1, 1889

Pages available: 28

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Publication name: Charity

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1886 - 1892

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Charity (Newspaper) - March 1, 1889, London, Middlesex 1 0 CO P F b D AN DNSEGTARIAN RECORD OF I Freely ye nave F JJ u CO 2 W DC 0 Price Sixpence ROYAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO JEBMYN THE following Convictions for Cruelty not including those obtained by kindred Societies and by the Police were obtained in land and Wales daring the Quarter ending DECEMBER by the SOCIETYS PROCEEDINGS ALONE England Working in an unfit Overdriving and 25 Travelling unharnessed when lame 9 Starving by withholding 5 Docking 3 with consequent suffering 4 8 Firing i Burning with 3 Working in an 17 Beating and 19 Overloading Beating and kicking 33 Overstocking overcharged udders 15 Travelling when 5 Conveying calves improperly a Beating and kicking 4 Travelling when 15 Conveying improperly x 4 Starving by withholding a Conveying improperly a Wounding by inserting hook into 3 Cutting mouth and ears i Beating and kicking 5 Beating and 14 Wounding by setting to 6 Docking tail i Throwing down disused pit i 25 Burning with paraffin 4 Tarring a i Starving by withholding i Conveying improperly 7 Plucking a Wounding by setting dog to i DuokSj i Breaking leg at a duck 3 Starving by withholding food i Owners causing in above 965 Threatening 5 Infringing knackerssections of the Act 4 1396 Total during three quarters ending 1888 3040 Total during the present year 5336 60 Offenders were committed to prison full costs paid by the and offenders paid pecuniary penalties penalties are not received by the The above Return is irrespective of assistance rendered to the police in cases not requiring the personal attendance of our officers Cheques and Post Office Orders should be made payable to the to whom all letters should be The Society is greatly in need of JOHN w v V V VS fit V tJT ft CR D V Jk MIDDLE BB HB0 S J I T A Treasurers Buthven Francis Bankers Secretary FClare Contains 707 beds of which are for Cancer who are received without letters of Ho other Hospital in JUoadun ffrattl oen 34 admission to tHese afflicted Donors of JJJ recommend Nine Patients YEARLY AVERAGE oJ JpSnte SCrlINCOMErSccluding over Funds are therefore most urgently A Trained Nurfees Institute is attached to the Efficient Nurses can be obtained at a moments notice by application to the Sister in Cleveland Telegraphic WOMANS MISSION TO THE ARCHBISHOP OF THE MARQUIS OF PACTS TO TBE MISSION WORK AMONGST THE THE FEMALE MISSION TO THE FALLEN WAS COMMENCED EARLY IN Since its formation upwards of Young Women have been taken from the and of those the Mission Placed in with Restored to Assisted 74 to Emigrated 62 to the Helped in other Total Twenty Christian Female are now employed in this in different assigned districts of London one with special reference tn racpe nf Attempted Suicide and Police Court to cases at Attempted NEEDED TO SUSTAIN THE Charing Cross CO SIKEPSAccount Female PRESCOTT Thread ARTHUR BRITISH FOR Moial Q and INCURABLES Unsectarian S OFFICES Whence full particulars may be obtained from the Secreta r z H Cfl o W G 0 W O W r co CO S r S O w Hi M 4 00 q K g I CD W te d d O g ;

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