Local Court Cases

August 1889

Leeds Mercury – Monday 26 August 1889

Local Court Cases

At the West Riding Police-court. Doncaster, on Saturday, Joseph Thomas, Jas. Long, and Jas. Hancock pony drivers, Denaby, for damaging a fence at Denaby, while trespassing on the 17th inst., were each fined 10s. 6d., including damages and costs

Leonard Lawcock, news agent, Conisborough, for assaulting his sister, Anne Elizabeth Button (a family quarrel), at  Conisborough, on the 19th inst., was fined 27s. 6d, including costs.

Arthur Jenkinson, glass blower. Mexborough for leaving his employers, Messrs. Waddigton and Son, without giving notice, was ordered to pay 24s. 6d. costs and damages

George Hudson, David Shelton, Hy. Ackroyd, Patrick McGowan, and Harry Johnson, all belonging to Conisborough, were lined 17s. including costs for trespassing for game at Conisborough the Sunday before. Defendants were seen ranging the fields with dogs. On being spoken to they took up hedgestakes and stones, but did not use them,