Mexborough & Swinton Times – Friday 07 February 1902
Colliery Prosecutions From Denaby
Harry Parr, pony driver, Denaby, appeared to answer a summons issued by the Denaby Main Carney Company charging with having committed a breach of the Colliery Special Rule 66.
Mr. Gichard, who prosecuted on behalf of the colliery company, said the offence consisted in the having faded to place a drag or back stay behind a numbrt of tubs which were proceeding up an incline.
Answering the Chairman, defendant acknowledged his guilt, and was ordered to pay a fine of 2s. 6d. and 11s 6d. costs
The date on which the offence was committed did not transpire.
James Wooton, also a pony driver, of Denaby, for committing a like offence, was mulcted in a similar penalty.