Breach of the Town Bylaws and Other Convictions.. Sept. 11 1888





Return of Convictions for the Quarter Ending the 11th Sept. 1888

Drunk and Disorderly:

Hugh Devlin, $1

J.A. Arbo, $2

Insulting Language

Mrs. Margaret Collins, $1

Violation of the Canada Temperance Act, $50 each

Frank R. Pierce

Daniel Lee

John Fitzgerald

James Riley

Mrs. Moses Magot

John Kincaid

Samuel Dithfield

Richard McLaren

  1. E. Morris


Esther Craig, 6 months in gaol

Jane Willis, 6 months in gaol

Richard Holden, 6 months in gaol

Emeline Ferguson, insane, sent to jail.

Disorderly Conduct

  1. F. Bradley, $10


Peter McTavish, $5

George Berryman, $2.50

Louis Flegg, $5.00

Peddling Without a License

  1. Prenyon, $10

Carrying a Pistol

  1. Mortry, $20.00

Nonpayment of Wages

Thomas Swallwell, $16

Breach of the Town ByLaws

  1. Delauer and Jno Boulanger, to jail

    Justice of the Peace Convictions for the County of Lanark–July 17, 1885


    Assault Abusive Language and Bridget McNee

    The Notorious Bridget McGee of Perth

    Auctionering Without a License and Pigs on the Loose

    Going to the Chapel –Drummond Whalen and Johnson of Carleton Place

    “One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer” in Lanark County

    Jailhouse Rock in Lanark County Part 2

    The Drunken Desperados of Carleton Place

    The Young Offenders of Lanark County

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