Mexborough & Swinton Times – Saturday 06 August 1910
A Conisborough Miner Refuses To Quit Licensed Premises
“A Great Annoyance”
George Mills, a Conisborough miner, possesses none too good a reputation down New Conisborough way. At any rate, the landlord of the Denaby Main Hotel, looks upon him as a very great annoyance.
Samuel George Cooper said that at 7:30 p.m. on 20 July defendant came in the Lodge room the worse for drink. He refused to serve him, and defendant started cursing him. He succeeded in getting him out, when he started kicking the doors. Witness sent for Mr Gibbs.
William Isaac Gibbs, landlord, said he saw defendant kicking the doors. He requested him to go home, and after some trouble got in the way. He had been a great nuisance for the last six months.
Defendant had previously been before the Bench this year, but did not appear on this occasion.
Mills was ordered to pay 30/-with the alternative of 21 days.