Drunkenness at Wath, Denaby & Kilnhurst

February 1891

Mexborough & Swinton Times – Friday 20 February 1891

Drunkenness at Wath

George Lawton, Packman Road, West Melton was fined 10 shillings and costs, or 14 days in default, for having been drunk on 31 January.

Police constable Oxley proved seeing the defendant in a drunken condition on the day named.

Defendant had six previous convictions recorded against him.

Thomas Dobson, of Wath, was ordered to pay a penalty of 5s and costs for having been drunk at Wath on 31st of January.

Police constable Pattison was the officer in this case.

Drunk at Denaby

John Davis, of Denaby, was summoned for being drunk on 31 January.

Police constable Midgley proved the case.

Major Hammond said the defendant was before the court on two occasions in 1890.

Fined 7s 6d and costs.

Drunk at Kilnhurst

Benjamin Barlow, of Kilnhurst, and John Wass, of Picoadfilly, was summoned for being drunk at Kilnhurst on the 2nd inst.

Police constable Watson gave evidence as to seeing the defendants in a drunken condition.

Barlow was fined 3s. and costs, and Wass 7s. 6d. and costs.