South Yorkshire Times and Mexborough & Swinton Times – Friday 27 June 1890
Drunk and Disorderly at Mexborough
Jane Foster, a married woman, of Denaby, was charged with having been drunk and disorderly at Mexborough.
Fined 10s. and 10e. 6d costs.
Eliza Bradbury, a married woman, of Denaby, for a like offence was mulcted in 5s. and 10s. 6d. costs.
The defendant said she had been drinking at a christening.” (Laughter.)
A Case Dismissed
Wilfred Woolhouse, wheelwright, Conisborough, was charged with having been drunk and disorderly.
The police constable said he saw the defendant come out of a public-house, and seize a young man by the coat collar and ask for a match. He was both drunk and disorderly.
The defendant for whom Mr. Pawson, solicitor, appeared, denied the charge. He said he had only had a pint of beer, and that when he went up to the man, who was a friend of his, it was in a playful way. He used no bad language.
His friend was Kelley.
Mr. Yarborough said though the defendant was a little the worse for drink, it was not thought he was disorderly.
The case was dismissed.