Leeds Mercury – Wednesday 20 February 1918
Wilfred Mason, seventeen, and George Stringfellow, pony-drivers, Goldthorpe, together with Fred Moorhouse, sixteen, pit-band, Thurnscoe pleaded guilty, at Doncaster, yesterday, to stealing pencils, rubbers, and various other articles from Goldthorpe Council Schools, and were fined £3 each, or fourteen days
Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Wednesday 06 February 1918
Albert E. Canham (16) pony driver, Goldthorpe, pleaded guilty at Doncaster. yesterday, to stealing a pair of pliers belonging to a workman named William Throw, at the Barnbro’ Colliery on the 29th ult.
He was fined 20s.