Muzzling Order

February 1895

Mexborough and Swinton Times February 22, 1895

Muzzling Order

The muzzling order has been a great nuisance to the good many keepers of dogs, but no one can say that the order was not necessary.

A terrible danger threatens the public as they can be no doubt that there was an unusual number of dogs suffering from rabies in the West Riding.

Mr Boomer found no sympathetic ear on the West Riding bench on Saturday at Doncaster, the actor forfeit a very useful current coin of the realm.

Our strange though that the offences punish four times more severely at Doncaster than a rather. Five shillings including costs, is the Rotherham estimate of the sum necessary to purge the offence.

20 shillings is the Doncaster estimate