Mexborough & Swinton Times – Saturday 08 July 1922
Mr W Gillies, M.P., addressed a men service at Kilnhurst Parish Church on Sunday.
The Wath Urban Council support the proposal to reduce summertime by three weeks at each end.
The suggestion is made that open-air baths and a boating lake should be added to the Swinton “welfare” scheme, by local contribution.
The Mexborough Amateur Dramatic Society are preparing to produce, next February, “The Many Wives of Windsor” and “The School for Scandal.”
Mr E.T.Hardy, assistant engineer at the Denaby and Cadeby Collieries, has been appointed chief engineer, in succession to the late Mr R.Williamson.
Sheffield, on Monday, a receiving order was made on debtors petition, against John Shearman, 39, Garden Street, Mexborough, crane driver, grocer and general dealer