Drunk and Disorderly at Conisborough

February 1892

Mexborough & Swinton Times – Friday 05 February 1892

Drunk and Disorderly at Conisborough

George Bradshaw, pit sinker, Denaby, was charged with having been drunk and disorderly at Conisborough.

Polioe sergeant Ambler said the previous Saturday morning, the man was drunk and shouting and swearing on the Denaby road; he fell down three times in a hundred yards.

Police-constable Truman corroborated.

Fined 20 s., Including costs.

Drunk and refusing to Quit at Bolton.

Richard Hartley, trammer, Bolton, was charged with having been drunk and refused to quit the Cross Daggers Inn, Bolton, when requested to do by the landlord, on January 23rd.

The landlord stated that the defendant visited the house and afterwards left, but subsequently he returned “fresh.” He refused to give him any drink, and ordered him out but he would not go, and Police – Constable Drury had to be sent for. The landlord again ordered the defendant to leave, but he would not, and told the policeman he should do as he liked. The officer put him out but not until the man had scuffled with him.

The defendant had been previously convicted, and he was now fined 25s., Including costs.