Lurgan Coat of Arms The Armagh Guardian

20 February, 1913  


Lough Neagh

Sergeant Mc Keon and Constable Englishby had a Lurgan publican named Doyle summoned to Petty Sessions recently for failing to admit the Police on public-house duty on Sunday.

Constable Englishby sought admittance by the back door, at which Doyle's servant was standing. The man informed him that he had orders to admit no one that way, and went into the public-house, slamming the door in the Constable's face. Sergeant Mc Keown, who had been admitted by the front door, on being informed of the circumstances, questioned the publican, who stated that he would not let in even the District -Inspector that way.

Doyle was find in the sum of 1 with endorsement on the Licence, but on being called on to produce it, he failed to do so, with the result that another charge is now pending.


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