1939 - Liquor Bar on Wombwell Man

Leeds Mercury November 14, 1939

Liquor Bar on Wombwell Man

William H Eyre (37) a miner of Edward St, Wombwell was bound over for two years in £20 at Barnsley yesterday, and the magistrates made it a condition he must not enter a place where intoxicating liquor is sold during that period.

He was fined £3 and costs for assaulting three police officers at Wombwell on Saturday night. He pleaded guilty to having been drunk and disorderly.

Superintendent Varley said he was at a loss to say anything.

Eyre came out of prison in August and had been bound over no fewer than five times.