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Petty Sessions, December 15, 1906
BROSELEY - Tuesday


Before Mr. R. F. Ayre (Mayor), Mr. B. Maddox, and Dr. G. D. Collins.

MINES ACT.— Samuel Davies, manager of the Dunge Coalpit, Broseley, was charged with a breach of the Coal Mines Regulation Act by unlawfully permitting certain persons to be in the mine for the purpose of employment therein whilst there were not two shafts or outlets.-Mr. Ashwell (Hanley), who appeared for the inspector of mines (Mr. Johnstone), said defendant was liable to a penalty of £20.—Defendant pleaded guilty, and was fined £5 17s., including costs, in default, distress or one month's imprisonment.


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