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Marconigrams – September 28th, 1912

September 1912
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Saturday 28 September 1912 Marconigrams The last burial services in connection with the Cadeby explosion took place at Denaby on Monday. The...

Drunk and Disorderlies

September 1912
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Saturday 28 September 1912 Drunk and Disorderlies The following were fined the amounts named for being drunk and disorderly: Arthur Newby, plaster,...

Marconigrams – February 23rd, 1934

February 1934
South Yorkshire Times, February 23rd, 1934 Marconigrams The Rev. R. J. Jones says the village of Jump is in the “transitional” period.  It is not alone. The...

Court Briefs

February 1934
South Yorkshire Times, February 16th, 1934 At Doncaster on Tuesday the following fines were imposed: For being drunk and disorderly, George William Hill, miner, Thurnscoe 9s; Ernest Burton,...

Riding Dark in Fog – Thurnscoe Motor-Cyclist Fined

February 1934
South Yorkshire times, February 9th, 1934 Riding Dark in Fog Thurnscoe Motor-Cyclist Fined Summoned for having ridden without due care and attention and without headlights, George Arnold...

Sailor – Webster, Terence – Baptism Of Fire

January 1944
South Yorkshire Times, January 15, 1944 Baptism Of Fire Gnr. Terence Webster, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Webster, of 117, Furlong Road, Bolton, although he...

Soldier – Goodman, Herbert – “Times” Reader In Italy

South Yorkshire Times, January 8, 1944 “Times” Reader In Italy Gunner Herbert Goodman, of 3, Bridge Street, Bolton, is in the R.A. and gets his South...

Montagu Hospital – The Week’s Casualty List

January 1944
South Yorkshire Times, January 1, 1944 Montagu Hospital The Week’s Casualty List Wednesday. George Case (7), 60, Wath Road, Mexborough, shoulder injury; Eleanor Pocklington, 9, Station Road, Swinton,...

Some Memorable Dates in 1943

January 1944
South Yorkshire Times, January 1, 1944 Looking Back Some Memorable Dates in 1943 January 9 – Announced that Mr. Frank Doxey, manager of Grimethorpe Colliery had been appointed...

Swinton U.D.C. – Scarlet Fever Epidemic – Amalgamation Doom

February 1934
South Yorkshire Times, February 2nd, 1934 Swinton U.D.C. Scarlet Fever Epidemic Anxiety and Suspicion Longer Isolation Wanted Amalgamation Doom Several interesting subjects were raised at the monthly meeting of...

Wedding – Levin & Walton

July 1960
South Yorkshire Times, Saturday, July 2, 1960 Miss Maureen Levin (Bolton) and Mr Peter Walton (Goldthorpe), were married at the Sacred Heart church, Goldthorpe.

Wedding – Woods & Parkin

July 1960
South Yorkshire Times, Saturday, July 2, 1960 Mr Brian Parkin, of Thurnscoe, and Miss Joan Woods, of Goldthorpe, seen after their wedding at St Andrews...

Marconigrams – November 23rd, 1912

November 1912
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Saturday 23 November 1912 Marconigrams There is an epidemic of measles at Mexborough, and two of the schools are closed. Proceedings are...

Swinton “Tossers” – Goldthorpe Dog – Bolton Teacher

November 1912
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Saturday 02 November 1912 Swinton “Tossers” Fined Ernest Jackson and William Davies, to Swinton pony drivers, were fined 5s and costs...

Ex-Boxers in Trouble

November 1912
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Saturday 23 November 1912 Ex-Boxers in Trouble A well-known men in the Bolton and Goldthorpe district, Richard Parkes, one time "Iron"...

Mexborough Language

November 1912
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Saturday 23 November 1912 Mexborough Language For having used obscene language the following were fined: Chas Bradley, miner, Bolton on Dearne, 7/6...

“The Geisha” at Goldthorpe

January 1934
South Yorkshire Times, January 19th, 1934   “Opera week " at Goldthorpe opens on Monday. Our composite shows some of the players:— Top, left: O Mimosa San (Miss...

Commercial Trade in 1892

December 1892
Sheffield Independent - Thursday 29 December 1892 Commercial Trade in 1892 The year has seen a marked change in a commercial sense in the populous district...

Drunk and Disorderly

October 1912
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Saturday 12 October 1912 Drunk and Disorderly Thomas Ripley, miner, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly at Conisboro’ on Saturday,...

Goldthorpe Aristocrat’s 200 Prizes – “Star” Airdale

January 1934
South Yorkshire Times, January 12th, 1934 "Star" Airdale Goldthorpe Aristocrat's 200 Prizes Mr. Percy Phillipson, Furlong Road, Goldthorpe, combines the diverse occupations of making coffins and breeding...

Goldthorpe & Bolton Old People Concert

September 1960
South Yorkshire Times, September 24th 1960 Photographs from the annual tea and concert for Goldthorpe and Bolton old folk at Goldthorpe Welfare Hall on Thursday.

Assaulting Police Officer At Bolton-On-Dearne.

October 1902
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Friday 31 October 1902 Assaulting a Police Officer At Bolton-On-Dearne. Alfred Stewart, a miner, of Goldthorpe, was brought up a...

Marconigrams – October 24th, 1902

July 1902
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Friday 24 October 1902 Marconigrams The Mexborough School Board contemplate installing electric light in the schools. Harvest operations were carried on last...

Obscene & Abusive Language

October 1902
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Friday 24 October 1902 Obscene Language. For having used obscene language at on the 4th of October, Michael Boyle, labourer, of...

Marconigrams – October 17th, 1902

October 1902
Mexborough & Swinton Times - Friday 17 October 1902 Marconigrams The American coal strike was settled on Thursday. In this week’s issue “An Old Butty Man” returns...