May 1885

Dispute – May 1st – Arrival of New Workmen – Unprecedented Scenes


Dispute – May 1st – Exciting Scenes – Arrival of New Workmen


Dispute – May 8th – Great Distress amongst Families


Dispute – May 8th – No Black Sheep – More Distress


Dispute – May 8th – Question in the Commons


Dispute – May 8th – Sad Scene – More Evictions – The Encampment


Dispute – May 15th a – Arrival of New Workmen


Dispute – May 15th b – Looking after the new Workmen


Dispute – May 15th d – Summonses issued for Compelling


Dispute – May 15th e – Deputation Requested


Dispute – May 15th f – Rev T.J. Leslie – Barnsley Association


Dispute – May 15th g – Fresh Batch of Workmen


Dispute – May 15th c – Buckingham Pope in the Daily Telegraph and replies


Dispute – May 15th i – Mr Leslie and the Rotherham Bench


Dispute – May 22nd a – Delegation meets with Mr Pope


Dispute – May 22nd b – Refusal of Employers Terms


Dispute – May 22nd c – More Cornish Workmen


Dispute – May 22nd d – Scene on the River Don


Dispute – May 22nd d – An offer from Mr Pope


Dispute – May 22nd e – Address by Benjamin Pickard


Dispute – May 22nd f – House of Commons question


Dispute – May 22nd g – Probable Closing of the Colliery


Dispute – May 22nd h – The Men and the Proposed Closure


Dispute – May 22nd i – Reply from Mr Burt


Dispute – May 22nd j -Excitement At Denaby – More new Workmen


Dispute – May 22nd k – Rev T.J.Leslie’s Work Continues


Dispute – May 29th a – The Cornishmen go back


Dispute – May 29th b – Another Interview with the Manager


Dispute – May 29th c – Threatened Collapse Of Negotiations


Dispute – May – Correspondance – They all have a say