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CRUELTY TO ANIMALS.

To the,Enrroß. ;r -, hnr. f>n Sib, Let a say a word on behalf of His' suffering copjL- ; panions, which, by thousands, are being frequently, mustered in thenaw - the Ashburton saleyards. Is ft hot a ing case of cruelty to animals,: ire' should be placed in those Teds bn, say, a Monday afternoon 1 , hot* ..tired,'rthiMt3r, :, , s hungry, after long travel, .and then he, Y kept there, say for 24 hours ..or., more*. .., ~, under a burning sun. without . food,'-,pr ,- m) water? If one horse by a man in the streets. would not the police interfered, Bpfi ~'r . r when the same is donq with hundreds of helpless animals, does that, wsko r ■; the crime less? Surely sorae one,withrrft Y■ tender heart will take up our case with a ■ -■ view to remedy it. Blkatbb. •

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CRUELTY TO ANIMALS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 288, 9 March 1881

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CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 288, 9 March 1881

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