Marconigrams – December 04th, 1931

December 1931

Mexborough & Swinton Times – Friday 04 December 1931


The Mexborough U.D.C. transacted the business of their monthly meeting on Wednesday in eight minutes.

(Article Mexborough site)

Mexborough Secondary School ” Speech Day,” at which the speaker will be Lord Burnham, is to he held on Thursday, March 3rd.

Mrs. Harry Baker, of Brookfield House, Swinton, president of the Rother Valley Women’s Conservative Association, died on Tuesday.

A defendant at Doncaster on Saturday complained that his wife bad got religion and would not live with him miler he gave up smoking and cricket.

A “Nine” Carol Service of the type introduced by the late Archbishop Benson is to be held in Wath Parish Church on Sunday evening, December 27th.

Canon Leteux, of Wakefield, for eleven years parish priest at Denaby Main, has received from his old parishioners of Denaby and Mexborough a cheque and a chiming clock.

(Article Conisborough site)

Mr. Fred Denham, of Mexboro’, a pigeon breeder with a national reputation, died suddenly in the Mexboro’ cemetery on Sunday afternoon while attending the funeral of a friend.

Capt. L. C. Hodges, general manager of the Denaby, Cadeby, and Maltby Main collieries, at a staff dinner at Maltby on Saturday, said he hoped that in the near future Maltby Main Colliery will be turning 2,500 tons a day