Mexborough and Swinton Times, June 24.
Joe Scott, Collier, of Denaby, was summoned for being drunk and licensed premises at Conisborough.
Police Constable Guy Lee said he visited the Railway Hotel Conisborough on the seventh inst. and tap room found the defendant drunk. He had not been supplied with drink at the house.
Harry Smith also gave corroborative evidence, and said she refused to fill defended any drink as he was drunk.
Defendant said he was as “innocent as a new born babe.”
Fined 1s and costs 15 s.
James Thompson, Labour, Conisborough, was charged with being drunk and disorderly.
Police Constable Guy Lee said he found the defendant drunk and disorderly near to the Castle, on the seventh inst.
Defendant, who had a long list of previous convictions against his name, was fined 10s and costs 9s.
George Ackroyd, labourer, Conisborough, was charged with being drunk and refusing to quit.
Thomas Shutt, said on the 6th inst. Defendant was in the Red Lion Hotel Room with another man and wanting to fight. Defendant was drunk and refused to leave.
The magistrates imposed a penalty of 20s and costs, total £2 1s 6d.
Will Ulysses, labourer, Conisborough, was summoned for being drunk and disorderly at Conisborough.
Police Constable Garbutt said on the evening of the 6th inst. he was in Doncaster Road, Conisborough and found the defendant drunk and disorderly. The man had been turned out of two or three public houses.
The defendant pleaded guilty, and he was fined 10 shillings and 14s 6d costs.