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On Monday 2nd October 1899, Mary Williams, of no fixed abode, was charged with having caused a child to beg alone on 23rd September. Sentenced to imprisonment for 21 days with hard labour.
A further charge of damaging a bell at the East Harling Lock-up, received a fine of 10s, or, in default 10 days.
Another charge was made by N.S.P.C.C. Inspector Mr. T. P. Starke of allowing a girl, aged eight years, to dance in a public house at 10:00 pm, when she should have been in bed. For cruelty to the child, one month's imprisonment with hard labour was imposed'
All three sentences to be consecutive.
The child was taken into custody.