Nowhere to Go

May 1892

Mexborough & Swinton Times, May 6th 1892

Nowhere to Go

William Farrar, miner, described by the police have been of no fixed place of abode, was sent to jail for 14 years have been “on enclosed premises for an unlawful purpose,” at Conisborough on the 28th ult.

A policeman found the man asleep there and took him into custody.