1903 Quarter 1


A Good Meal for 1500 Little Ones – Feeding the Hungry.

Carrying Water on the Footpath at Conisborough

Children’s Dinner in the Evicted Miner’s Quarters – London Graphic

Denaby Main Colliery

Denaby’s Christmas

Evictions at Denaby

Evictions – Cliff View

Evictions – Denaby Main

Evictions – Doncaster Road

Evictions – near the Denaby Main Hotel

Evictions – Police Removing Furniture

Evictions – Removing Furniture

Evictions – Removing his Goods on a Wheelbarrow

Familes Outhouse Refuge

Families in Goldthorpe Methodist Chapel

Families in Primitive Methodist School

Families in Small Pox Hospital

Families off to seek a new Home

Family in Methodist Chapel

Jan 02 – Sheffield United Reserve 4 Denaby United 1

Mass Meeting of the Men – Friday – Progress of the Struggle

Miners Demonstration

Miners – Meeting of Denaby Miners at Mexborough

Miners – Police Protecting New Arrivals

Miners Preparing for Demonstration

Strike Breakers – W.H. Chambers

Strike Leaders – Fred Croft and John Nolan

Tent life in Doncaster Road

Tent Life near Miner’s Inn, Doncaster Road, Mexboro’

Tent life of Evicted Miners

The Daily Evictions (pictures on each page)

The Editorial Comments

The Evictions of 1885

Miners – Waiting for New Arrivals at Conisboro’ Station

Industry and Commerce

Eviction of Miners at Denaby – London Sphere

Bag Muck Strike and Denaby Evictions

Denaby and Cadeby miners – Special Appeal for Assistance.

Denaby United

Final “Ultimatum” Issued by the Colliery Company.

Jan 02 – Denaby United 1 Chesterfield Reserves 1

New Years Gift – Notice of Ejectment

Day 1 – Eviction Orders Executed – Distressing Scenes – “come along with mammy”

Day 2 – Rain Came Tumbling Down in Sheets – “Can you spare a Copper Sir?”

Day 3 – Considerable progress with the Work – Array of Empty Houses

Day 4 – Evictions Ended – 750 families ejected – Importation of Fresh Labour ?

Denaby Notes – “Mammy where shall we go ?”

Important Developments

Mass Meeting of the Men – Monday – Ready for the Ejectments – “Fight On Fight On.”

Sidelights of the Strike – Families Accomodated at Schools and Tithe Barn