Forfeit of Bond

August 1899

Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Monday 07 August 1899

Forfeit of Bond

At Doncaster West Riding Police Court, on Saturday, Michael Dalton, a miner, New Conisborough, appeared to show cause why he should not forfeit a £5 bond.

On the 29th of April, defendant, in that Court, was bound over in £5 keep the peace , for six calendar months.

Mr. Baddiley produced the register of the Doncaster borough justices, which proved that on the 26th of May the prisoner was convicted for an assault on Frederick Tomlinson, and comitted for two calendar months’ hard labour.

Defendant expressed his willingness to pay the money, and the Bench agreed to accept payment at rate of £1 per month.