Drunk and Ejected

September 1887

Sheffield Evening Telegraph – Saturday 10 September 1887

Doncaster West Riding Police Court.

To-day at the West Riding Court, Doncaster, Thos. Gleeson, collier, Denaby, was charged with being drunk at Conisborough on the 3rd inst.

He admitted the offeree, and was fined 2s 6d and 15s costs.

Chas. Towse, landlord of the Three Horse Shoes Inn, applied through Mr. J. H. Pawson for an order of ejectment against Frederick Smith, horse slaughterer, who was tenant of a stable at 1s. per week. The necessary notices having been served, an order of ejectment was made.