Drunken Woman at Conisboro’

February 1878

Mexborough Times, February 1, 1878.

A Drunken Woman at Conisboro┬┤

Sarah Curtis, a married woman, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at that place on the 19th
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Sgt Morley said that on Saturday night last at 9.50, he saw the defendant in the Fox Inn Conisboro┬┤. She was drunk when using very bad language. The landlord was trying to get her out. When she got in the street she was cursing and swearing at the landlord.

He requested her to go home she went part of the way and then returned again cursing and swearing as before. The landlord said yet turned out three times before that night.

PC Thirlby corroborated the evidence of the previous witness.

The woman in defence said her father and her had a few words; it was a “family affair.”

She was sorry for the words she had used. She had never been brought up before and hoped this time would be the last.

Fined five shillings and costs nine shillings.

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