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Adelaide Journal (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia ? meet a the it Arcase Victoria 3f.lfejriadalde France will not be Germany s treaty breaches. Trouble with troops. Australian press association a pares March 27. The French Premier h. Millerand referring to Germany s breaches of Thi treaty of Versailles said it was True that Germany had evaded her obligations a regards handing Over her War criminals but the allies note of february 14 re Emp oozed those rights which were seen red by articles 228 and 239 of the treaty m. Millerand reared Germany a objections regarding the delivery of Coal. He stated that the deliveries had not been made and the reparations commission w dealing with them. The Premier explained the working of the treaty of Versailles and said the germans could not plead the situation in the Ruhr Basin excuse because prior to those happenings be Many bad not paid her debt As regarded disarmament. He pointed out that it was by july 17, 1920, that the German army Vas to be reduced to 100,000. Magnanimous France will not be cheated de. Dared m. Millerand. There Moat be effectual German disarmament and penalties must be imposed for interference with the Allied commissions. Berlin March 28. It was owing to pressure by the workers organizations that the German Cabinet resigned. Another has been formed under Herr Bauer and. It in approved by the labour federation. Attack by the Beds. Tragedy and treachery. Berlin March 27. An official report states that despite the emits be the reds attacked Wesel and killed 30 civilians. Subsequently they agreed to retire behind the Lippe River and to surrender arme but the troops fired on a farce sent to collect them. German troops in Ruhr Basin. Pa3us, March 30. N the newspaper be Temps states that 10,000 Gorman troops Bare penetrated the Knohr Basin inside the Neutral zone. A premature Crown King of Syria null and void. Fife at Britain ind Anae Lim boomed Emir Weisul that Hie declaration of g baling ashamed the throne. As King it Syria is Noil and void Paris. March 28. Tamri Resol in an interview said in View of the constant aspiration of the syrian people towards Independence of action he could no any longer have postponed the proclamation for Independence. Tie request for the withdrawal of the French troops was. Not intended As an ultimatum but merely As an expression of Syria s wishes. Mir Viesul intends to establish a constitutional government and Hopes to receive France s Aid and advice. A Complete failure. Concrete ships abandoned. London March 28. The chairman of Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson limited shipbuilders sir George Hunter states that his firm is abandoning the construction of Concrete ships because they Are a Complete failure. The. Vessels Cost twice As much a steel hips and take twice As Long to construct. From generals to colonels. Military rank changes. London March 27. The War office has abolished the rank of brigadier general and Hae substituted the titles of colonel commandant and colonel on the Taff retired brigadier Genera of will retain honorary rank. The Cloud route. Matthews mending his Wing. Allahabad March 30. The italian aviator Flignor Paseiro left Rangoon for Bangkok at 7 o clock on monday morning. Capt. Matthews in repairing & rent in a Wing of his machine Ait pro baby will leave to Day. Shipowners and railways. Protest against delays. London March 27. Many influential shipowners have signed memorial protesting against the failure of the railways to handle the country s traffic with the result that there is congestion docks and other delays and increased Cost. The signatories surest that the railways should be worked on three eight hour shifts a Day in order to make the utmost Nee of the rolling Toek. Australian Wool in demand. Animated Competition. An i wbk March 28. At the australian Wool sue on Friday and saturday 21.000 Bole were sold. There was animated Buddine. And the vie were from 15 to 20 Par cent above those realised goal Miner s str Ike ballot to be taken. Tremendous Cost of increases. Australian press association London March 29. The goal Rinere conference after hearing the report of the executive and following a farther interview with the government has decided to submit two questions to a ballot to All miners the voting papers to be returned on april 15 1 whether the men favour a general stoppage to enforce the federation s claims and 2 whether they favour the acceptance of the government s new offer of 20 per cent increase with a guaranteed minimum of-2/ a shift to men Over is years of age 1/ a shift to employees Between 16 and 17, and so. Under 16, payable from March 1. The new offer is estimated to Cost Between �35,000,000 and �38,000,000. Tee reds and the i poles. Big Battles in Progress. Berlin 2?. It is predicted that the bolsheviks will formidably attack the poles within three weeks having assembled an army of 501,000. Moscoto reports tie capture of Dinovo Ros sask this depriving Gen. Deniken of his last base. London March 29. Polish messages state that the bolshevik offensive is being insisted with marked Auclea. Everywhere the enemy has been repulsed with heavy and sanguinary losses. Many prisoners and much Booty have been taken. London March 29. A Bola Evik wireless message Sakai Between february 18 and March 23, tie reds in South Russia took prisoners 112,000 men 390 guns 200,000 rifles and immense Naan titles of benzine and naphtha. Letts and the soviet. Moscow March 23. The 6owet government Bas Receil a wireless message from the Lettonia government agreeing with the proposal for for peace. Greeks on the Frontier avoiding bulgarian recruiting. " March 27. Many Tana Are seeking Refuge on the reek Frosti Esposte in Western Thrace a facing for a a Giedion to enter greek territory to escape from being reborn item in the bulgarian army. Danish Cabinet dismissed. King s unprecedented act. Copenhagen March 29. Enormous political excitement has been caused As the result of Kine Christian having dismissed the Zahl Cabinet which had been in office since june 1913. The step is unprecedented. An employers lock out. Action against wages demands. Copenhagen. March 29 the danish employers association has decided on a general lockout to begin april 9, on the ground of the continuous demands by the to Ficera for increases in wages. All the factories would be closed except those essential to the life of the nation it k expected that the labour party will order a general strike. Summertime. Opposed in Italy. Rome March-27 widespread opposition has been entered against the reintroduction of summer time in Italy. Some municipalities Are refusing to recognise the change in february. Overseas butter. Control maintained. London. March 29. Nothing is yet settled regarding the government s Purchase of overseas butter. The ministry of food declines to remove its control in that direction. There is dissatisfaction Ai the government removing the restrictions on the importation of butter while it refuses to give overseas shipper similar Freedom of Market. Anzac Day. London celebrations. London March 29. At a. Joint meeting the australian and not zealand authorities decided to com t pm orate Anzac Day with a service at to. Clement denes on april 25. The r will be a reunion of 6olders at Australia House on april 26 Ichika Rashap Best for baby be no Stefam by Asal i dorm it. Vii a Tecy v. V. Hoc of cram 3 Hoot tic eur a. Red Ireland the death Knock. And streets. Australian press association London March 30. A horrible occurrence is refined from a Homo a thales in tipperary. Alec knocked at Teh Home of Thomas Dwyer 25a publican and a brother of a priest in an australian Mission. His sister mrs. Delaney asked them through the Keyhole they were. Friende was the reply. Is torn inside mrs. Oei Aney replied not the knockers then broke Down the door. Or. I Wyer who Shad been asleep upstairs came Down and was met by five riflemen with slackened faces. One covered the sister with his Rifle while tic rest fired at Dwyer. He fell riddled with bullets. As be Al the ground one of the ass wants .uak.i, has he had another said give him another final shot and again fired into tie body. One of the murderers then asked mrs Delaney is there any one else to be shot they left a Hoose and slammed the door and fired further shots outside apparently for the purpose of creating general terrorism. Almost simultaneously there was an explosion in the House of or. Rinard Small who is a poor Law guardian. The front shop was wrecked. Thur Les has been the scene of several murders during recent months. Three have occurred in. Tipperary in three Days. � London March 28. Jamrs Mccarthy a Baker of thur Les responded to a Knock at his door after i Dight on Friday was shot dead. Hie brother accuses the police of ii he outrage. Maccurtain s death. Police absolved. London March 30. It is rumoured in Cork that a meeting of the Irish Republican brotherhood was held jul before the murder of or. Maccurtain. Or. Mao curtain was present and several members were expelled apparently because they Waxe not willing to continue the policy of. Murder. One of the expelled men Vas shot after leaving the meeting. Or. Maccurtain s death is attributed to a similar cause. The inquest concerning the death of the late lord Coria. Or. Mao curtain has been resumed. Counsel detailed the results of an exhaustive investigation into the movements of the police which was supported by official records. These Chow that it was impossible for the police to have participated in the murder. Your time has a Footpath tragedy. London March 27. The assassination of the resident magistrate of Dublin or. Alan Bell apparently was arranged to the minutest detail. Four fellow passengers waited a moment while one tipped him on the shoulder and said come on your time has or. Bell remained seated but was forcibly removed from the Tram to the Footpath where he was shot dead. The assassins walked off unconcern edly for 100 Yards and then separated going in different directions. London. March 30. In reply to lord Robert Cecil in the House commons the of i. Doff and poultry us the pastoral con Umu is respectively. Home Rule debate. Meaning of self determination. Bonar Law says Irish at Kralian press association London March 30. The debate on the flame. Rule Bill was resumed in tie hous of commons to Day. Or. A equity said he did not agree with the View that order cruet be restored in Ireland before constitutional changes Coad be considered. He was of opinion that Che Root of the mischief could not be touched until by a wide Reform in the system of government., the general co operation of irishmen could be enlisted in the enforcement of the Law. He Recal Iod his pledge that the. Vast majority of people in Ireland should have an irl h legislature and an Irish executive subject to the necessary safeguards for Imperial supremacy and Protection of the irian minority. On the contrary this Bill proposed to repeat the Home Rule act. Replying to an interruption by or. Bonar Law or. Asquith said his pledge involved tie Grant of a parliament to the Whoie of Ireland. Or. Bonar Law emphasised the fact that the. Government was compelled to introduce the Bill present because otherwise the Home Rule act would automatic Al come into operation also that Ulster must not be brought under the Dublin parliament except of her own free will the j3ill was intended to give Ireland the largest measure of Home Rule compatible with National Security and the Pledgee Given. Or. Asouith s sulfa Tion did not mean Dominion Home Rule the essence of which ays that the dominions met control their fighting forces whereas or. Asquith proposed a Reserve of armed force6. Or. Bonar Law pointed out thai none could fail to recognise the connection of the dominions with the Empire. They depended upon the dominions and if any one of them chose Mono Row to say we will no longer remain a part of the Empire we should not try. To Force Dominion Home Rule meant the right to decide their own destiny. This was demanded by the Legal representatives of the Irish people and for or. Asquith to say be was prepared to give Dominion Home Rule must mean nothing less than that he was prepared to give an Irish Republic. Loud cheers there was no difference Between the honesty of granting. Dominion Home Rule and openly giving self determination to the elected representatives of to Southern Ireland. He challenged the labour members to say whether they meant that if Cie elected representatives of Ireland wanted a Republic they would give a Republic. That was what Jeff determination meant. Alleged racecourse conspiracy. Solicitor s testimony. Pis Blaire a fair or. E. M. 6abini?, . Resumed the hearing in in Adelaide police court on wednesday of the cause in which a. R. Brown Ana Henry c. Osmand Are charged with having conspired together with intent to defraud Douglas Reid. Or. H. T. Ward appeared Tor the prosecution and or f. V. Smith k.c., with or. C. L. Abbott for geman and or. H. W. Uffindell represented Brown John j. Daly solicitor deposed that m August last he was acting in a professional cad City for or. Reid in regard to a betting transaction Between him and Brown and the result was that witness received �37 10/ from Brown for or. Reid. He witness thought the racehorses mentioned time were Venezelos and Pisto Larie. Brown said to witness Pisto Larie was a fair bet and Reid ought to allow me the dividend on that horse and witness answered i Don t think he should. It is like putting your hand into Reid s pocket and taking out a �20 note and putting it on in reply to or. Smith witness said he neither saw nor Hald anything to do with Oman in the matter. Bertram c. R. Conlon special enquiry officer g_t\0., resumed Bis evidence fro Rathe previous Day. In answer to or. Smith witness said the or cent matter was an important one. Or. Smith to will be a Feather in your Cap if you pot them no. Sir. I Don t think it win make any difference. But it will be a meritorious thing on your Pat i could not say that do you want to thus be seen he said that the Iobco is in 1908 and 1914 had absorbed �3j7 and �3kj respectively. Looking Ai the position As it rms represented in the financial statement of thy latest show they would agree that it War very satisfactory. Hear hear no doubt the society was much indebted o the presence of Gen. Sir William Birdwood for the result obtained. The taking had amounted to �1,123 against �099 id i91s, and �733 in 1s14. ?, ill. Hill suggested that it Ever it be decided to disc ens ii tiie March show in the present form it would be As to have a dispel Jim or in res in action and of other tilings which would he in a it it. Such a Lix cure ?.-Ould pot be esp chive. Horses in to Cimon shows were held Reg iia Siy at Prospect port. Adelaide o hair Oran Hill and of her Plant. And it Wafi Safe to a i5ume that the bodies redo Norble for Tyhra would not no Durt tic i unless " made in meshing out of churn. Year lea.r.1 president or. R. T. Metros he did not to depreciate inc Gen. Bir Croo a s presence on the attendance show. It had been a it in t re spent. The figures or. Hill a i placed before them hoi Vever when Jimj a bronc it to Light a most gratify in r it a. They shot Rej that what ape Arr a in the Sec tender. As a lose of �23 Odd As in a profit we. to at c750 the total r i on to March a. Represented t 1.078. Subs Iii Fri to the Issue or Sut scr Bere t in december however. 0bad be a received. A in a t on �62 h Erth of Membris tickets bad been at in of time of to show. L More All the members tickets ived r. Pm Section wife the Cance led Spring Bov Ere made Vafa ble for use at t a anti is tur. The suit. The a Foro Cirion Stratf d that the a Ter had been More than justified. The great boat Cambridge won rough water. In Oxford almost swamped. To Gralian press association London. March 27. Although Zanfor Idice were Werm Lavour Itas in the great boat race when the Erex a reached Putney a new week Back Oxford hid improved by rapid strides recently with the result that the event was considered most oped thus morning. Ovate riders however were still inclined to favour the Light the weather Dunn the last few Days Hau turned unfavourable after a Long spell of unseasonable airing conditions. The race was timed to Start at 5.30. A Rains Uail broke at 4 o clock after which Strong South Westerly squalls predominated making the Choice of stations highly Asp Orient. When it Wai Learned that Cambridge had won the toes choosing the sheltered Scurrey Shore they became firm favourites. It was the first University boat race since 1914. Pah ii interest was at fever heat. An extraordinary number of spectators gathered along the course and compe teat judges were of the opinion that never before had such crowds Aas a bled. The australians messes. Campbell Mcneil and Cairns were included in the crows. Prince Albert and Prince Henry were on Board the Umpire s boat. Cambridge struck water first but Oxford using their weight to Good advantage soon held a Umhau Leau at Beverley Brook he Ever Cambridge red by nearly a length. Oxford spurted and reduced the distance by half a length my Post. The positions were the at Emmer Smith Bridge. Up to that Point the advantage of the station had assisted Cambridge which soon increased their Tead to two lengths and although Oxford took the water they were unable to make any impression. Both hugged the Surrey chore closely. Cambridge led by thre lengths opposite to Duke s Meadows where Oxford shot across for shelter to the Middlesex Bank and Nied their it Post to reduce the Lead but Cambridge Quick y followed and when across still had. The Lead. Oxford repeatedly spurted Ter Barnes Bridge Wes reached but their efforts were fruitless the time for the race was 21m. Lis. London March 28. Experts in commenting upon the boat race show that the c toss for stations settled the result. Owing to the rough water at Chidwick reach Oxford were almost waterlogged. The new Tariff. Details anxiously awaited in England j London March us. Australian mercantile circles Are anxiously awaiting the full details of the Commonwealth Tariff proposals. The general feeling is approval of Che removal of the embargoes of in torts and the granting of preference for great Britain and the dominions with limitations where the economic conditions Are lower than in Australia. Some that the new Tariff must cause a reduction in British Era arts to Australia. The chairman of the australian merchants association or. Trees in says while giving us a Welcome preference Over foreigners Australia evidently does not want to encourage imports. This May Rise a difficult position regarding shipping. At present steamers Are going to Australia woth Only a Quarter of their full cargo. The increased Tariff will mean Liat still less Carijo will be shipped and fewer steamers will Load for Australia. Therefore there is Likely to be insufficient tonnage to lift All Australia desires Export and possibly it will mean increased freights for produce to soft Good traders in in Ponce to enquiries by a representative of the australian press association stated that they do not think the proposed increased Tariff on woollens would adversely affect Trade particularly while the present world conditions prevail. The full effect of the Tariff would not be realized until fire War conditions were restored but it was Likely that australian Competition with England for tiny years to come would be confined to the lower and medium classes of clothing. Even then it wan doubtful whether Australia would be Elble to produce sufficient for her own needs. The Tariff together with the High cof to of production and other changes was sufficient to exclude English cloths of this Quality except to the extent to Suhk a australian production would fall Short of the demand. Regarding the better Fine counts and told worsted goods the effect of the extra Tariff would not be appreciable except to increase the Cost to the australian purchaser. Machinery Plant., and skilled labour were a wanting in Australia to enable her to compete highly seriously in the production finished cloths. Cases in the courts. Wrongly convicted. The chief Justice sir George Murray sat civil court on wednesday to Deal with an areal by w. B. A Heefer against a conviction for having supplied quor during prohibited Boure on be Rua a 4. Recorded against him mount Gambler magistrates court presided Over by or. T. Hewitson . Vav Beeler had been fined a /. Including costs and he appealed on toe ground that there was no evidence to support tiie charge. He Wah represented r Over. A. J. Mclahlan. And the Croan solicitor or. F. W. Richards appeared for respondent. Sub inspector Butte remd who Laid the information. Or. Richards said he had reviewed the depositions. And had come to the conclusion that the avid once did not support the charge. La Tho circumstances he would not oppose the Appeal. Iris Honor said he agreed with or. hards. The appear Wold be allowed and the conviction quashed with costs. Personal. Or London correspondent in a message of Vedi retd a said in the distribution of British Empire honours Sere included As commanders . Thomas Henry assistant commissioner of the to alias Coj forts fund and or. H. B. G. Larkin manager in Lindon of the common wealth Kisbi Spinn line. A i a meeting of the Council of the Royal agricultural society on wednesday morning the president ill. R. T. Melrose paid a Tine tribute to tie work of the acting ,.v-Rtery or. Claude Winchester in connection Vith 1-lie re but autumn show. Or. A Winchester he said had perform fid his Dot cities very thorough by. He appeared to have anticipated Ever development and requirement. Not a Point a a been missed by b m. And his work general la had Unfleet a the utmost credit upon him. Hear hear i. H. C. H. Denton said the Council should be grateful to or. Winchester for th3t a had at tie in Tance of or. J. Eammer seconded by or. C , it was decided to present an honorarium or. Winchester and to record in the Montes the thanks of she Sori y for his services. . Citizens Call. To prayer the he usua.1us Wick la intercessor service c we Iii be held to Day in Sto memorial Hall Flinders Street at i o clock. Or. John Uin will preside. I Liberal Cabinet or Hague to join. Or. Pasco invited. The Premier on wednesday morning stated that concerning the reconstruction of the Cabinet owing to the retirement of the two nationalist members messes Anstey and Harvey he would Only report he had been in with or. Moseley. And had asked him cruet or he could see his Way Clear to join the government. Or. Mosey was one of the oldest members of the House and also a producer Aud he the Premier anxious to get that ins Porlant Industry More prominently recognised in the Cabinet thin it had been under late conditions. The reply of it. Moseley had Ben in the negative but be thanked him the Premier " for " the invitation and i added that he wished the government every succeed in what it was doing. He or. Peake had also been in communication with or. Hague who had result agreed to join the Cabinet tint the position he would occupy had not been finally settled. I have also seen the Hon. D. J. continued the Premier. Concerning taking a portfolio but he told me that his business arrangements were of such a character that pc could not see that he could possibly have the time to Tave the position of a minister. He told me a or Rerer that artion of the Assembly Liberal Paity and in at of Cabinet leading up to the termination o the coalition met his full approval and support. He added that he much appreciated the invitation to join the administration but regretted that business arrangement in other states made it impossible for him. To accept office. It is quite Likely that the Hon. T. Pascoe wiil a ,-.v l e approached by the Premier and if he Simon d agree to join the Cabinet he aril probably take charge of the agricultural department As he is a prominent producer and he previously held office As minister of agriculture. 7 be Premier qua= a Hellier there Vonald be a reshuffling of port in die stated that he could not say anything at pret on that mat Ter. It is them in ministers will be sworn in West Tui Aday. Hon. A. Hague. Or. Hague is a member for Barossa and chairman of the railways standing committee. Be was elected chairman of the Liberal party in succession to the Hon. J. G. Ritchie who resigned upon joining the Cabinet. Or. Hague is a 6on of the late or. James Hague who represented Barossa for about 13 years and was born Ai Annaston in 1884. After several years in connection with shipping and customs wort in Adelaide lie returned to his native town. He was a partner in the firm of messes. W. Hague & co., storekeepers and merchants but the business was sold about 18 months ago. Or. Hague was for 15 years Secretary of the Annaston agricultural society. He has also been chairman of the District Council and president of the literary society and a member of the school Board of advice and has occupied Many other positions of honour in the town and District including chairmanship of the Annaston railway opening committee. He has been a member of the railways standing committee since its inception and last session was made chairman. At the subsequent meeting of the coalition lists or. Ellasue was appointed chairman of ii he combined parties. H05. Harcie. Industrial troubles government produce depot. The minister of Industry Hon. H. N. Barmell referring on wednesday to the trouble government produce depot at port Adelaide remarked with reference to tie statement of or. Mood Secretary of the meat Industry employees Union i As published in the press this morning i wih to state emphatically thai the men. Were put off for deliberately going slow As a protest by them the action of the departmental officers in insisting that they should have the Risby a what men were to be employed depot. On Friday last the Slaughter men were cutting 12 p hour on a mob of sheep. Of monday they started cuu Inz at that rate on part of the mob As soon As Trou Feie in conc uei2ce of the department deciding to take or. Extra men the i Auire Termen held a meet ing. And subsequently returned to work and reduced their tally on. Teh in pm of Cheep to 10 per hour. They were challenged by the Foreman Butcher and afterwards by the works manager and the Slaughter men s Delegate acknowledged that they had red ced the Cuttina of 10 per hour because of the trouble in connection with he employment of extra men. On tuesday in the manager s office the employees representative agreed with the works Foreman Butcher that the sheep being Handl a Ere one o the beet dressing m possible. The sheep in quest Iii were not woolly sheep within the Mea in of the agreement referred to by or. Mood and the tally fixed by that agreement against 40/ per 100 for All others. These were 40/ per 10" deep. Woolly so up will net be coming a until july. Far from it being an advantage to the deportment to be to work on mondays is alleged by or. Mood the facts Are entirely the Ether Way. As is proved of the endeavour to obtain More men to increase the daily rate of killing. The department had 3,000 Sheen in the Yards awaiting Slaughter and in addition the re were another 3,000 held for different owners and an exceptionally big Market was fixed for wednesday. government is anxious to restart the work but it i wrists that the department must All the men it requires. If sheep Bei handed at any t me Are Herd to dress the management nil agree to a redaction in the tally providing the men prove to to Titi fiction of Bhe Fon Man Butch a that that is Neceia Kary. But on j Ondov test the men took to = matter e in their own hands and organized a strike on the Job. Their position was based no on to condition of the sheep but As Tuey Audi fitted. On the of the department to be dictated to As to the men it should i the broken link Domestic i Happl Ness. Unusual features. A Story of Domestic i Felicity was told in the Adelaide police court on wednesday before or. W. Hall and mis. A. K. Hen Charles Cooke of i Mourne was charged on the information of his wife with having left her without adequate Meier of support on january 1. The charge us denied and Imp. J. Set. Neli Igau appeared for defendant. In outlining the cast for the informant or. F. G. Byrne of the state children s department stated that the evidence would Sho a that informant married defendant on 2, 1208, and there were tour children of the Union. Cooke went the tout and returned in August 1318. He lived i Tonjua wife an in Aback 12 months when he to fid her that hews going to live with another woman whom he had previously associated As be preferred her company. He was served with flue summons in Melbourne and As the result of enquiries instituted by deponent it Learned he had been living Wiki Atill another woman in Toria. Or. Byrne added it is asserted that he married another woman or. Nelligann i object. Arc you. Going a prove that or. Byrne it is Only in assertion. Or. Liall you might leave that jut if Ftnat is s. Or. Byrne further told the court that since defendant left his wife she Hil received no maintenance. She was to receipt of a pension of 15/ a fortnight. The children were also in receipt of email pensions. Clara Eva Coke of Ald Gate tendered evidence in support of that statement. In answer to or. Nelligan witness said 6be had not been wedded prior to varying defendant. Or. Nell Iran said he would not Call any evidence. He submitted that the change had not been proved. The place where his client was alleged to have left his wife had not been disclosed. He was charged with having left her at Ald Gate but the parties had never lived there together. Or. Nelligan further said. A Peculiar position has Arisen and i ask for an adjournment. According to instructions i have received it is Alk de that informant was previously married and that her husband is 6till informant that in a lie or. Nelligan i want to 6ecnre the map Ridge certificate and see persons who were connected with the ceremony. My client states that he spoke to the other husband in Hindley Street a few months ago. The informant is supposed to have been married 22 years ago and there Are three Chil Dren by the first marriage. Or. Byrne objected to an adjournment. Or. Hall i will adjourn the hearing of the Case until 10.30 o clock to Morrow morning. Missing witness. Case broke Down. A Caje of alleged sly grovelling came to a speedy termination . Port Adelaide police court on wednesday through the absence of an essential witness. _ John Joransen lodging House keeper of port Adelaide appeared before or. J. Sinclair. , charged on the information of sub inspector Eraser with having sold liquor on unlicensed premises on North Parade port Adelaide on March 20. Or. W. A. Colliton appeared for defendant who pleaded not guilty. Sub ins sector Fraser Intima that an essential witness was absent and he obtained permission to consult with Constable w. S. Harris he then informed the court that it War useless to proceed without the missing witness. He had volunteered to be present but had not carried out his Promise. The ease was dismissed. Or. Rollison applied for costs and said i know the strength of this Man meaning witness. Sub inspector Fraser significantly yes i i afraid you do. Or. Rollison he misled you As to the facts. Sub Lanfri Meior Fraser i for nine be has been misled from me. The ., in giving the dismissal said he had no intention of Ai lowing costs. Rather than do so he have granted an adjournment to give the policeman Opportunity to secure the attendance of the witness. Or. Roll Mon claimed that Sui a cases Cut both the Case having been dismissed and defendant having incurred expense he was entitled to costs. Sub inspector Fraser stated the Man had been 6een in Adelaide. He had been perfectly willing to give evidence then ail at once he disappeared. Or. Ohison the inspector May proceed Casais. Sub inspector Fra a not i i play the game. Or. Rel son said he suggesting that or. Fraser would do so but he had known such a course followed with cases before other courts. The .not by this inspector and tic i a thing has never happened in Tius court. Ill. Rou Ieon expressed himself at satisfied and waived tie question of costs. Glenel Gand the Prince. The Premier Hon. A. H. A cart stated i l unit the mayor of j or. J. Mackor. , and the i town clerk or. Jeanes had waited upon Nim. And after having pointed oat that Glenelg had been overlooked in the itineraries of certain Dit Rizui eyed v stirs to the state of , Assed thai a Vijit the Pla e night of Irr Angea for the j Pence of Wales. He had said in rep y that j the Oti fails of the Tiar for time to Al sur nac been , and was out a Tii Chi Tiol of the go Vvncent but h 1 Civi j Eif favour to have Tynejr request Tannd concerning the visit of Gen. i. The arrangements Beer Mala by Tonj defence department in me Horne and j the government had interfered Verv tie l in the matter. Many invitations from j towns had then rce Cpd by the govern meet asking Taat the Prince might a face visits but i stay in the states on a be Only or a Ary Stith the m Nier. 3i Viji of from i Oil a the ii Stop press edition. Weather forecast. Warm to hot Cloudy and sultry generally with East to North winds and becoming Thunder and unsettled with rain from tie Westward. Northern in coastal division. To Day s temperate Bra. Sun 145.2 Shade 90.8. the vicker8-Vimy. Sir Keith Smith stated this afternoon that they had not yet repaired the damage to the Vickery Vimy engine. The party had been Wiki cd on it All the morning und were returning in the afternoon. It was not a serious injury but it was necessary to Ynve the machine in thorough working order in vie of the Ion flight Back to Melbourne. They Wald return to the senior capital by the ekkers veiny if it were at All Pott Sihle. In the meantime they could not Aee Edt nov social engagements As the pork Era the aeroplane would take All their time. The weather or. Bromley stated this afternoon that the Prospect a far an immediate Cool change wore net favourable although to Morrow night might usher in More comfortable conditions. Hot weather becoming sultry and probably rain later on Beetner to be the indications at present. Price of petrol. New York March 30. The Price of petrol is unchanged. Matthews at Bangkok. Singapore March 30. Capt. Matthews arrived at Bangkok to Day having stopped at Signora for petrol. Lieut. Macintosh and capt. Parer Are due at Victoria Point to Day. A. refused �200,000. New Yow. Marcia 27. 3fr g r. Bhaw has refused an offer of �200,for the Moy no picture rights of i. Plans. On the Grovind n. 3/ii North West 4/11 per Natty North 8/1 a nation is 2/ji, 2/9 White Hope East 7d. White Hope extended 3/10 White Prince 5d. Wheat tally clerks award. Neww Alesand conditions. Tha question of the wages and conditions of employment of wheat Taly clerks at port Adelaide not having been finally adjusted at a compulsory coherence was referred into court. Or. Deputy president Vieau who heard the Case delivered judgment at lne state Industrial Couit on a Eane Saay. Or. R. You Ixon appeared for the australian clerical ass nation Fouth australian Branch and ill. A. In. I Lee . Relics enter Tae South Tii mers Union and others. His Honor said the matter of greatest i acuity in toe Case had t Een the rate to de p1 w wheat clerks who were in permanent employment. Lie evidence towed that Ai to Outi the wheat to Iii clerks were chosen for the work because o their one wheat Trade Anc Arta outta ency Hud the judgment which Kim Envoi a them to Sampie wheat yet under the conditions in which the Industry was now conducted they were no cared upon to Cero ice that Slou and judg Nicot. An to cd Ere called upon to to to count and keep an account o the of Tea i isome tunes o Jeci " end noting Tje Comers numbers of he lug Al of p or to thar a of or hic they were d0c Utu Iii i y required to form any Esper was statist cd that tie Sigil and the a Uipi Oyes was of i 0 " 0 value to Tfaye in a Evic dict showed that it was of their Ekimi and knowledge that Lile ctr they to Pirint kno fed. Would Lar Ava Iliad of by their employers. He had been presed by the air Pelican i to Maie a rate Rary ins with the Cape Ricce of the employees and to Mabe the vary according to the duties per form a. He had decided to fix a la rate Tor wheat Tajo Clenski and taking i the existing into consider it on he had Tim the rate at �3 16/6 a in h s award his Honor granted 15/ a Day to casual employee. The Houne of Chi be from Daf s an. So 5 . Lui in except ibid a when the Mauro ii from 8 sa-. To noon. The overtime rates be monday to Kri Davs inclusive from o pin. To 10 and a half mondays to saturdays inclusive 10 a in to 8 a-m., Doobie rim Inird Odaye 12 . To 4 ., time and a half saturdays. 4 pin. To Midnight double time. Jau foils Peri Olinea of Urig m-2.il hours would Ding be paid for at Doal to for All wort perform no holidays the rates i a. Be at double time t Cerioni a on cod Christmas Day and Fanti Pur Vou a b double time. After 12 w . Pioves would to de Treeka leave on full pay. The place of employment would be Detts to he at part Adelaide. Clerks transferred request of their Kaipio Eis or tit vexing code Caugh j instructions. Would be paid fares incurred. For time occupied in travelling rom and. To port Adelaide to the place of employment before 6 an. And after 5 pin overtime rates would be paid. Clerks temporarily transferred to country centres would have their living exp j note Pai Dwale. Cne aced thereat. All clerks engaged at outer Harbour would have thedr meal provided. His Honor fixed -1 . Oft thursday for the speaking to Tihe minutes when he said ail matters in the award Vonald be open Lor further sporting cables. 1 athletics. Lond03t, March 27in the inter University athletic ports carnival Queen s club Oxford scored 5i Points and card Ridge 4i Pointe the new Sealander son competing for Gambridge. Was third in the Long jump. To the English cup Finati Aston Viii but Chelsea 3 goals to i and beat bri6tol Sty 2 goals to Box Gsg. ? il07don a Aidi 30. Tom Cummer beat Jim us Jervan in the fourteenth round National sporting club for the middleweight championship of great Britain. It was a poor fight with much clenching. General cables. A Tvrdek Appeal Dis Ijssel. London Mai in 29. In the criminal court a born a fortnight. Ago counsel in behalf of a Man named Enlil 1 the Appeal Hae been Diamia eed. To Aigars Linse sents theatre Royal the Man they could Sot bang West s pictures Anita Stewart in mind the paint wonder Rapic the great Lov Charles Eay fatty Arbuckle. Majestic vaudeville. Mistral wardens s Cost tone fyn Ray further late Kows see Back Page

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