Sheffield Evening Telegraph – Wednesday 29 October 1919
Boys’ Dangerous Trespass
Four boys from Conisborough were brought up at a juvenile court , at Doncaster to-day .charged with trespassing on the G.C. Railway at Denaby.
Inspector A. Hal! (G.C. Railway) said that it was a very dangerous point where the defendants were.
On both main lines the signals were off and the boys were in great danger. The case was brought in the interests of the boys.
The parents were each ordered to pay 10s. One of the parents, a miner, asked for time to pay, and they were given seven days.