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William Elmer charged with being drunk and disorderly.



THE CROYDON GUARDIAN AND SURREY COUNTY GAZETTE

[Page] 8 [5 August 1905]

FIGHTING AT MITCHAM.

William Elmer (44), of 5, Leonard-road, Lonesome, Mitcham, a labourer, was charged with being drunk and disorderly at London-road, Mitcham. - The Chairman: Were you drunk? - Prisoner: No, sir, I wasn't drunk. - P.C. Stock, 861 W, said at nine o'clock on Friday night he saw prisoner in a drunken condition. He was fighting with another man, and received an injury to his head, and a doctor had to be called. - The Chairman said they had the certificate of the doctor before them, which said that the prisoner was under the influence of drink. - Fined 1[?]. and 4s. costs, and the medical fee, 7s. 6.; distress, or four days. - Prisoner asked for time in which to pay the money. - The Chairman: You can have until four o'clock to-day. - Prisoner: Can't I have a week? - On the advice of the Clerk (Mr. J. T. Stayner) prisoner was allowed a week in which to pay.

PlaceMitcham, Surrey, England
Latitude51.3663174
Longitude-0.19267730000001393
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