Breach of Rule at Cadeby

June 1911

Mexborough & Swinton Times, June 24th 1911

Breach of Rule at Cadeby

Joseph Gundry, a Conisboro’ miner, did not appear in answer to the charge of breach of colliery rule of the Cadeby mine.

It appeared that gas was discovered in country stall, which was kindly fenced off. Later Cecil senior discovered that the fence and be removed and the place left open.

Mr F Allen, who prosecuted, said defendant had been guilty of a very dangerous practice, as in the South Yorkshire coalfield there was great danger from gas.

Mrs Gundry said her husband was “awfully sorry” and would not offend again.

He was fined £1 inclusive.