Broken Windows

January 1909

Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Monday 04 January 1909

Bottle Through A Window

Arthur Guest, collier, Denaby, was summoned at Doncaster Saturday for damaging windows at house in Denaby belonging to the Denaby Colliery Co.

Defendant threw a stone bottle through a window, doing damage to the extent of 2s. 6d.

He did not appear, and was ordered to pay a fine of 5s., 10s. 6d. costs, and 2s. 6d. damage


Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Monday 18 January 1909

Trouble With a Son-In-Law

On Saturday, at the Doncaster West Riding Court, John T. Gallear, filler, of Denaby, was charged with doing damage to a window at Denaby on January 3th.

Mr. F. Allen appeared for the Denaby and Cadeby Colliery Company, who are the owners the property.

A woman said there had been some unpleasantness between herself and the defendant, who was her son-in-law.

Defendant came to the house, kicked at the door and put his fist through the window.. The damage was 3s. 6d., and defendant was ordered to pay £1, including the costs.