Abusive Language at Denaby.

August 1907

Mexborough & Swinton Times, August 3,1907.

Abusive Language at Denaby.

Beatrice O’Brien, married, of Denaby, was summoned by PC Metcalfe for making use of abusive language at Denaby, on 21 July.

PC Metcalfe stated that at 12-50, on the 21st, he was on duty in Doncaster Road, Denaby, in the company of PC Hirst, and heard the defendant making use of bad language, as stated in the summons.

The defendant, who pleaded guilty, was fined 2/6 and 6/6 costs.

Elizabeth Dodd and Emma Phillips, both married, of Denaby, were summoned for a similar offence on 20 July.

Both the defendants pleaded guilty.

PC Middleton gave evidence at 12:30 PM he was on duty in Henry Street, Denaby, when he heard the defendants quarrelling and making use of abusive language towards each other.

Fined 10/–, including the costs.

Mexborough and Swinton Times August 10, 1907

Obscenity at Conisborough.

For using obscene language in Firbeck Street, new Conisborough, on July 28, John Hartley, miner, Denaby, was fined 2/6 and 5/6 costs. PC Wiles proved the case.