Mexborough and Swinton Times November 18, 1911
Swine Movement Order
A charge of moving swine without a licence was preferred against the Great Central Railway.
Superintendent Hickes stated that on 18 December two pigs were consigned from Coxhill to Conisbrough for a man at Micklebring.
A licence was necessary to remove the pigs.
The stationmaster at Conisbrough said that it was purely an oversight.
A penalty of 2/6 and costs was imposed.