Sheffield Independent – Tuesday 01 January 1889
Alleged Felony at Conisbro,
Yesterday, at Doncaster, George Morgan, a tramp, of Manchester, was charged with having stolen a quantity or port wine at the Star Hotel, Conisbro’, on Sunday night.
It appeared that the man had been drinking a pint of beer in the taproom, and when the landlord went out for some purpose, it is said the stranger emptied a quantity of port wine into his jug.
The landlord happened to return in time to see what the man was after, and he was given into custody and remanded.
York Herald – Saturday 05 January 1889
A Singular Theft.
At the West Riding Police-court on Wednesday, Alfred Morgan, of Rotherham, was charged with stealing a quantity of port wine, the property of John Williams, landlord of the Star Inn, Conisbro’.
He was fined 40s. including costs.