Disorderly And Refusing To Quit

June 1886

Mexborough & Swinton Times, June 4th, 1886

Disorderly And Refusing To Quit.

Joseph Thompson, shoemaker, James Macdonald, Henry Steel, Andrew Hunter, and William Tyas, all glass-blowers, Conisboro’, were charged with disorderly conduct and refusing to quit the Plough Inn, Micklebring, on Sunday June 6th.

The case against Thompson was dismissed, and Macdonald, Steel, Hunter, and Tyas were fined 20s. and costs £10 s. 2d.