Mexborough and Swinton Times July 5, 1929
Local Court Cases
Horace Boyers, miner, of Denaby, was fined 9s. at Doncaster on Tuesday for being drunk and disorderly in Doncaster Road, Denaby, at 10-10 p.m. P.c. Hallsworth gave evidence. This was the case adjourned last week for defendant, who had sent his mother to represent him, to appear, it being stated, “He does not like to come.”
On the evidence of P.c. Shaw, George Meek, surface worker, Bolton-on-Dearne, was fined 9s. at Doncaster for being drunk and disorderly at 10-50 p.m. on June 21. George Meek was also fined 9s. for a similar offence on June 8, together with Joseph Hill, miner, of Bolton-on-Dearne.
Bartholomew Egan, miner, Denaby, was fined 15s. at Doncaster on Tuesday for being drunk end disorderly at Denaby at 12-15 a m on June 16.
Margaret Walker, married, and John Igo, miner, both of Conisboro’, were fined 9s. and 12s.At the Doncaster Petty Sessions on Tuesday, for using obscene language at Conisbrough on June 18.
Jesse Mangnall, miner, of Denaby, was fined nine shillings at Doncaster on Tuesday using violent and abusive language at Denaby on June 14 at 10 – 5 PM.
For obstructing the highway by fighting at Goldthorpe on Saturday, June 15, Thomas Cooper and Samuel Hurd, miners of Bolton on Dearne and Highgate respectively, were fined 15 shillings each at Doncaster on Tuesday.
Maurice Sinclair, miner, Thurnscoe, was fined nine shillings at Doncaster on Tuesday for riding a bicycle without a light at 12:45 AM on June 16 at Thurnscoe.
Robert Pincher and Joseph Alder, pony drivers of Goldthorpe, were fined six shillings each at Doncaster on Tuesday for play football on the highway at Goldthorpe at 4:45 PM on June 15. PC Mannion said that people could not use the highway when the lads were playing.
Tom Hepinstall, motor driver of Thurnscoe was summoned at Doncaster on Tuesday for using a motor vehicle at Station Rd, Thurnscoe in October last without a road fund licence. PC Jenkinson gave evidence – defendant was fined 10 shillings and costs.
Three Goldthorpe use, Cecil Holden, Harry Rowley and James W Kilburn, all pony drivers, were ordered to pay the costs at Doncaster on Saturday, for having done 1s. worth of damage to grass at Goldthorpe belonging to James A Moorhead.