Drunks and Disorderly – Obscene & Abusive Language

August 1902

Mexborough & Swinton Times – Friday 15 August 1902

The Drunks and Disorderlies.

The following persons were summoned for having been drunk and disorderly:

Isaac Barlow, miner, and Albert Williams, miner, Thurnscoe, 20/– inclusive of the costs.

Joseph Shaw, miner, Denaby,

Harry White, miner, New Conisborough

Robert Parry, miner, New Colliery, 20/– inclusive of the costs.

Obscene Language at New Conisborough

Edward Armstrong, a miner of New Conisborough, was summoned for having used obscene language at Conisborough on 6 August.

Abusive Language at Conisborough.

Emma Clayton and Ada Skibber, married women of New Conisborough, were summoned for having used abusive language at Conisborough on 30th July.

Each defendant pleaded guilty they were each ordered to pay the costs 9/–.