Refusal To Quit The Denaby Main Hotel.

July 1907

Mexborough and Swinton Times July 20, 1907

Refusal To Quit The Denaby Main Hotel.

William Wrigley, a miner of new Conisbrough, was charged with being disorderly and refusing to quit the Denaby main hotel, on their eighth of July.

Samuel Cooper , a barman said on the date in question, at about 9 o’clock, the defendant was in the hotel, and started to use very obscene language, and wanted to fight. He asked him to leave the premises, but he refused and was rejected. He however, came back again, and witness had to fetch the landlord, Mr Gibbs who subsequently ejected him a second time.

Mr Gibbs gave corroborated evidence.

Defendant who did not appear, was fined 20/- and the costs, 30/–.