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Adelaide Journal (Newspaper) - November 28, 1913, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia tourists Road map in two colours Strong paper one Shunfa Zuten . From All booksellers of the Register office. Menan matters. London s last farmhouse. Central London Las lost an , Enk with the past by the disappearance of a farmhouse Irani Blo Rosbury. And it be news most londoners and Umnouy who re not that an old georgian buil-1 ing which once stood in. It Awn Orchards and Fields with cowshed attached survived song within h mile of Charing 3tqss.the building of xxi at the Back of tile premises of messes. Heal & son Furui Ture manufacturers of Tottenham court Road. Tor some Lime it Bel ganged the firm who Haw reluctantly pulled it Down in View of Nee Espiry rebuilding arrangements. Or. Ambrose heal a great grandson of the founder of the firm who has known and 3ored the old building All Bis life read e papa on its history when the London Ardiane Orieal society visited it s few months ago Atud thib paper reprinted with photographs drawings and old maps is an interesting memorial. J3o far As can ascertained the Bouse was built about 1770, but the farm was there much earlier for there Are references Christopher camper graded cattle there in. The London gu2etteof october 5, 1693. About the Middle of the eighteenth Century tha farm was in the Possession of the misses capper two Maiden Ladin one of whom -1. T. Smith in his Book for a Bainy Day writes they wore Riding habits and men s Bate. One need gang Elowe close " it was a cond kaon of the lease that he should provide Sheds for at least 40 cows and a similar clause stands a the lease Day though tie time of keeping cattle i blood buy is far past. By the end of the eighteenth Century farming was bang crowded out of the Tottenham court Road District and the cowshed became livery stables for the Well tradesmen who Node oar drove in business duly from their country Homes. For Many years in the Middle of the last Century the Grandfather of the present head of the firm of heal lived in the old farm booze. In 3871 the cd weeds gave place a factory jut the farmhouse was allowed Jnai Ond with its quaint old Fern store was p6ed among other things for a Board room and staff dining room a i 24,589,005 Vevenne. �3,867.112 �27.221,643 Between the census of 1901 and \ 1911 the rate of increase in population of 31.17 per cent. Ras the largest in the world the countries next in order being new zealand. 30.5 the United states 31 and Germany 155. Canada now has four cities of More than 100,000 population Montreal. 470,480 Toronto 376,538 Winnipeg 136.035 and Vancouver 100,401. Vano Ofziyer did Trp Teriet in 188l and win jest a Tijani Date possessed 7,985 inhabitants. Of the total increase in Popula Tion since 1901 the English contributed sues per cent. Tie Irish. 3.36 per cent tiie scotch. 10.77 per cent. Welsh 0.06 per. Pent. Stench. 22.09 per cent. Germans. 451 per and Austro Hunga tis is 6.1 5 per cent persons of British origin am statute 54.07 per sent. Of the population in 1911, against 57.03 per cent in 1s01� Marine Gok. Marine Golf tas been described by or. Eden in the Kacy Donedia of sport As a Shost of the a Al pastime but tort thy of the widest consideration As a apart at Oace novel varied and interest ing. The necessary materials he writes Are extremely ample. A round Dis or. Quoit of heavy Wood. As ont in in. In diameter takes the place of a Ball Ami instead of e of airships two newly designed dirigible have been constructed. One of tie a has propeller but Beas the air with wings. Speed is estimated at 124 Miles an hour. Ii test markets. Shares. Stock Exchange of Aoel a pfc. Fri ofor. November 38. The a Allowin a sales Are officially reported at 10.15 . Yom it i. . British Cou. Stuj. Smi Junction pre. J injunction ord2 11. I w Vietry Star 4/6. -4/5. At noon. Cake View Alio Star 4 5. Associated Northern 12/6. Oiden Butterfly Jonq. Id f London quotations. Messes. Clarke & . Giro fell Street lure received the Foh Owins quotations dated Venmer a 5.40 . Broken Hills s3/6 sex. Dividend North 50/s Block 10, 33/ Brigidi old. 371 Hout. Elliotts si/6 great Volare 1s/s mount Iron ans 5/ am pens 35/9 Golden hons Boes. 51/3 Chaffers. 1/wv Okroj a lick i 1./6 . And Stais. 4/3 ats Odaide sort Hen 13amalsamated Zinc s7/3 Zinc Ord. I7/li Zinc v . H/6 South paid. �.7 buyer Sulphide ord21/ buyer mount tyres. 24,6 Buju 3ead, �18 10/ buyer Copper �56 17, g. Latest shipping. Semaphore november 2s-Low water 10.20 . High water 3.50 . 23. Osterlch 6,761, w. J. Jenka r.s.b., from Eastern states. M. G. Anderson agent. Van Diu 4,532. J. Sim from Eastern states. Adelaide Strani Bip company agents. Fremantle s.720,c. Madsen irom port pm. George ovals & ., agents. 2s. Of Torlev. Rm.s., for London and ports. Passene a Broddon if. P. A. Miles misses 2. Howard Gehrk. Or. Thompson and Infarct. Miss pc. Bay messes. Cowan Cotton. Griffith. Torliff. F. Truman Wood and mrs. Wood. For port said Means. S. Kajar a. Solomon and Karo was. For Colombo or. And mrs. W. A. It the. Tor frtmanue15 Anil original in transit. Kari Aga port Vincent. 28. Oate rfcs for colombo74 Bare Shver 10 tags wheat. For london416 Boies Burtech. 5 Bales leather 240 Bales Wool 25 Hhd. Urine 5 cases Horsehair. 17 Bales fun reims 1 bag beeswax s Pels merchandise. Absnt&uas.,.o jew Wennier 2frijpn Portland. A govt Heap arrived Novemb if wore Araa maj Monrre. Sailed Ivo rember. 3tlooncana, Melbo Iirene. . Sogemier 36oono. Beach Norl be Taxa a Naon via ports Bombala Brisbane Uli Maroa. And Wilmera new Astie Cea Melbourne. Sailed november 3smaheqp, Talani _. of Oranzer 2�gabo. Brisbane ctn Berland Buenos Avres Cambus Sennet table Bay. Sailed pc Renber 2sulimsroa, s Tibet. S"btema5itle.arrived november 2&ajaua, Eastern state. potember 39tango sol liar Saui. Sailed for Ember 3sivodoxiga,. Tokiwa Ille Sov met "2t-Sirathalbyii and Wol Lowra port Adelaide. Out Okis. I. Port ? november,27-Fremantle. Port Adelaide. Edit Burch arrived november 25camira, port Adelaide. Sailed wember .27 Wurn wee and ferret. Pon Adelaide. Otan8 St vember 3t-Jimo and Brough Stoa. Port ai�p2tch-raid Lanca Ihire Las. Murray Bridge. Nown Ber 27etaby, Murray Bride Wai Kerie. Waif Cerie. Sailed november 27ruby. Benmark. -27ellen passed up 2sgem pase Down. Mascali Laneous. The . Ooi Erley of the Orient Royal mail line and this ii esk s homeward Boivid Steamer arrived at the outer Barbour from tiie Eastern states at. 7. O clock on Friday morning after a delightful run round. She shipped mails cargo mid embarked pase engas and resumed her voyage the old country. The passengers. Thursday Island november 2s. The Steamer Taxman arrived vaster Day from Batavia and left with the following passing be for Brisbane captains Wilson and god Kin. Messes. Karrar j. R. Moms. J. Biley. And Mackenzie. For Sydney messes in. O. Jens tie Denian j. Discs. , i. & Weston j. M. Sing. An Der Molcan j. H. Moran misses Monice and sing. For Melbourne tether Weschke and Mene. C Bic lifer and m. Bresina. Funeral notices. friends of the late or. 1 Herbert John by Adjiev Elg aider in chiefs department Are respectfully informed that his pc Frai will leave Tavistock Street on sat Bidav. At 11.46 for the West Terrace Cement re. Pences Jbv i Knabe undertakers. Rundle Street East. Ceuz i 4s6. Day 332 3 Newell. Floret or appointment ther governor general of the Commonwealth. Wreaths. Crosses. Anchors and bouquets prepared and forwarded any part of the state on the shortest notice. Telephone 203s Beehive King William Street. 142twfrfc Ivla Daford & Polkinghorne cobweb of Gottleb Street and 92 West Terrace Adelaide. Marble monuments. Crosses head stones and railing. Workmanship guaranteed. Why not Deal direct from the manufacturer first prize and Bronze medal. Design postage free on application. St Fern lats advertisements. La souls or. Pelukas fete and continent i on saturday s.s0 10 ., at Redda Ioe of Jet Butch less esq., Wick after Street St. Peters. Admin Dovir and. and a Raam mule a. Ii a a took general washing Arnah family Auto maids i it. Mrs. I Silc Taylor Dame pm Brougham place ast. North Adelaide. Paa b vet sweep. Wanted Fei Varys by la sensed Pic Taal Man. J. Martin. Fran Elln a rect Trow is Fland wanted. X it once permanent. & Atterton Lindley Arcel a a w Trai de two Engleb j average rainfall for 74 years from january 1 end of november 20.10 Tal from january 1, 1913, for corresponding period of 1912, 17.97. 1campbell of Western Australia passed through a Isaice on Friday on Bis Way 10 Pereb. After a visit the Eastern states. Col. Campbell is one of the most distinguished military officers in the Western state. His service dates Back the Days Iii Indian Mutiny when be was engaged in that Campaign with the British forces. Subsequently he went Western Australia and prior the defences the Commonwealth being taken Over by the Federal government be attained the rank of state commandant. Kontfi african War Limo services were invaluable in arranging the details for the dispatch or the various contingents. Col. Gara Bell. Who is now on the retired is was a strict disciplinarian but a popular officer All ranks. Day a Weatherman. In the move map the isobars or Tinea at Seq Tel Haro Mutrie Prenty or Mem the being indicated by the figures Given at the end of each line. Diree. Tion of the wind is shown by Azrow flying with the wind Light moderate Breeze fresh it neg Gale Beary Galea represent Calm. The state of he be b flown by the letters s. Smooth. Of Detate. Roaby. vary Naghi shading indicate la he fallen synopsis. South aver Parte of sooth Aad eur Lii ast elsewhere Clear. Calms and variable ind. Only rain Capo Northumberland 0.04. Estern a Judy Ever car in tiie Estrema Douth wed cd Cier or Soai teed Cloudy Erie Fly Lyle where i try throughout Ortii it Motuk rain a phoned. Queen Daod. Cloudy on pans of North Cost Mhor Trifie of Eilly Lear. A Teble winds be it1i-Eterty � pot Raia spurted. Set Tai Sias ass if at it Tew Plao Eft on if Hith duet i Maori Thlu Ughet. Calm and with East in Tiruhi West Winda. In rain reported. and Lear or scattered Clouds generally. Citati and South West a nor Lei rinds ight rain recorded at a Fety places in South zip Island. , and dear or scattered Clouds. Cairns and the not a most via a a Lig a r�eepie4 fee graft i. A new Industry. Cotton growing. Australian planting fostered. I Fondon november 27. The colonial office announces an Agre j ment in principle Between the Commonwealth and Queensland governments and the Doi minions Boyal commission and the British Cotton growing association. The sum of �1500 is promised including �100 per annul for three years by the association As secure skilled advice and practical experiments with the various kinds of seed. The association guarantees for three years from july 1914 a minimum net Price of 6jd. Per att. At Liverpool far Cotton of a specified description. 1 births. the 19th november at . Pennington Terrace. North Adelaide the wife of or. Charles a. Hayward a son. Muller on the 26th november at Blackwood or. And mrs. Max Muller a daughter. the 16th november at Merrow Dep. Mount lofty or. And mrs. J. Clinton Stephens a Soo lie a november at tie my Hodis Maine. Of Ladeanne u the Rev. J. And mrs. Shaw a Dai her. Marriages. Tii 21st october at. St. Augustine s car Arcini Vietor Harbour by the Bev. T. M. Boyer. B.a., William youngest on of William James Chamberlain of Weisbrook Clara Dai eldest daughter of the late John Roper Delamer. the St november at the Baw born Presb Terian Church by the Rev. J. Gillies Harry son of 13. Frith in Stal Brook and Louie daughter of t. Bell Cottonville. At Home. Heywood Crystal Brook second week in Deceron Ber. Carlton Bev the 10th november at he Binck Narsh Oong relational Church by the Rev. Or. , lev. Faul Hamilton moms fourth i of or. Morris Joseph Carlton Lastania Dorothy Leigh youngest daughter of the lev. Or. Bevan Parkin College Kent town. A Home Vav Elind Avenue Welland oth 9tb. And filth of december. the 23rd october at file Modbury of lurch. By the Rev. G. H. Paynter assisted by the Rev. H. G. Neocon brother of the bridegroom. Alexander Harold second son of tie late capt d. \ Peteon Marion Mollie Rii ird daughter of George Morris. Modbury. At Home Ripple Side Modbury wednesdays. Silver weddings. the 28th november 1bss, at St. Matthews Kensington a Scarlee fourth son of the Kate f. H. Bench Poplar London Edith hugest daughter of the late James Walker of Norwood. Present address Carlisle Road Westbourne Tark. the 2sth november. 1s88, at St Benedicts Pinkerton Plains by the Bev. Father cair.c.c., John e., second son of Jaines Doyle. Flagstaff Alma Plains vary shh Beth oldest daughter of Frederick a. Fox Adelaide. Present address belie Riew Wamley Bridge. Deaths. the 27tb november Ai Unley of pneumonia Herbert John second beloved son or the late John Bradley formerly of Exeter. Devon and of mis. D. W. Melvia formerly Bradley. Of Glenel aged 32 years. Fendley on the 19th november at Forest Bange Elizabeth the beloved wife of Gusta Adolph Fendler and eldest daughter of j. G. And. A. Collins Forest Range aged 56 years leaving a throwing husband two sons and two daughters. Only what die lived for god Here win be Here through eternity. the 27th november at Ber Laie evidence. Hardy s Road in Kenjale Ellen relict f George Norman aged 64 years. Shimm1n.on the 25th november at Monaville Puli Ford Road Proem sect Ann Jane beloved wide of Hemy Shimmin. In her. 59th vac. Peace perfect the 25th november at Wodonga Victoria Robert Hamilton second son of the late c. A. Smyth Melbourne aged the 27th november Al her son s residence. Kimono Park Terrace Eastwood Marv Ann widow of the late Thomas Sowden and Mother of w. J. Sowden. Flowers. the 28th november at his residence. Payne am suddenly George Riciardi aged 82 years. 1 in memor1am. Ross. In Aleci donate remembrance of Elizabeth he. Who died at Williamstown on the 2sth november. 1909. Peacefully resting. Inserted by Ber Loving sister. A. Munn and Brothers. K w. And. Gottwald. Loving memory of Catherine Beia who fell asleep on the 2sth november 1912. Until the Day Breaks and the shadows flee Loving memory of my dear wife Harriet who died on the 28th november 190a. Inserted by t. A. Thomas Cora. Lynne Balaklava. The perfect. Unsweetened condensed milk Ideal unsweetened milk a res substitute for fresh milk or team. Delia Ous for Tea Coffee Cocoa stewed Fronius. And with soda water. Obi enable from All grocers and storekeeper. I made by Kestle s. Pitched Battle. Indian strikers slain. Very serious situation. Durban. November 27. In an affray bet been a Force of police and a Large company of Indian coolies on the Blackburn sugar estate at Munt Edgecombe five of the rioters Are reported have been killed later reports Elbow that. The the strikers. Terrorized Back work. London november 27. The fatal Indian association has sent London a Cable message that the police continue their Bracal assaults. The authorities Are endeavouring suppress the strike by Force. And refuse allow the association communicate with the strikers. They even insist that food supplies must be left on the open roads. The curfew bylaw 3ias been revived and strikers Are being terrorized return work. India growing excited. Capetown november 27. The Leader of the opposition in the South african parliament sir Thomas smart speaking at i unionist conf j rence promised support the government in the settlement coif Tihe Indian question. The government should pocket is Pride and realize ii responsibilities of Empire. Indian telegrams 4ndipa-Ted growing excitement in that part or Ibe Empire and Siere was urgent need of action. Sir Thomas regretted lord Hardinge s statement obligations rested on ail of them Settle the differences. The Sontz. African 1 government was responsible for a great Deal of trouble but the indians must fully recognise that while any Section was in Active hostility tie Law it was absolutely impossible treat wit a thai. Viceroy s untimely words. Calcutta november 27. Ankle India opines. Is inclining in Farour. Of South Africa on the ground of the Paramount necessity for restoring order. The englishman says statesmen disapprove of the Viceroy s untimely memorandum. Indian feeling however is undoubtedly growing More excised a monster meeting of protest is being arranged. The maharajah of Baidwan will preside. Modern slavery. Trafficking Lonbon november 27. Another instance of trafficking am orig football clubs Bas Beer reported Well known Totsc Pabami hotspur a animation has circular Zed the prank intent clubs of England and Scotland Fiering Transfer their Forward. Bau drop. For �2.000. Wab office scandals alleged "graft.? London. November 27. In War office is enquiring note be rooms scandals wherein it is alleged that certain non commissioned officers of the guards accepted presents m connection with contracts. Cocaine in snuff. Police watch. London. November 27. Several Birmingham chemists publicans. And tobacconists Are alleged have been Selling cocaine in snuff. As the out Cosie of poke investigations a number of prosecutions have been instituted. Gale lashed coasts. Hero s death in a storm. Vancouver now brr 27. Great gales have been raging in the iy., cd ". i s1 j up has been severely buffeted and Many casualties Are reported. A passenger fell overboard fran the Stea Mer president ind in officer and three men of the Crew hunched a boat in a heavy sea. In attempting a rest London and port in delightful weather Early n the afternoon. London Wool sales. J i the following ble advices have Becu received irom on Che Wool sales dial get k . Limited Wool Salee continue firm and Intel reported rates Are fully maintained. Merino pieces Are Good and prices Are a at bar higher t Vij us longer Gill in s duty by Vire of his Trust Pav the him a sheriff. Gillen had offered Loc in the sum of �25 its two Maleom be word or n T solicitor contended that d gfltru6ts? i before june a Ali Slater Slater s Money. The tru tru i the i ,.ii,Iuni la Senff the Cheque for �25. Pc a. Inion in Slater Nas aet Ted l0 t e Crown 1 by a t w s surf filk a rust ast hat Between Slater and cd e.l1supposed continue could a comr. that. Had on e 7 ten Ninaud Jet of 9 the1f, termed de the Trust of criminal a t i till entrusted with the on june 17. Roll j / l �25 the sheriff ble he Doc 17 thorny of. And Halcombe word not misappropriation. If l in warm hot. Horn a Tow degrees ii he South a Fth East up Deg at Back. Inland. The easter wis we m n hot Anri places Regie Vereil Over 30 Deg Irith = maximum of 107 at Auguata the mornings Wither Chart shows that the Auti Cydonie has incr Aad slightly in Enett and i centred Over Iti i state the Westward a Romeieh a a a airy Flat l Monsoon boing arrest i i a i i j p Fer s Hoof Western at Ralutz a d re tie along the Southern or the tub of Albany Rah a i tasks warm hot weather May be sex v the property owner s Hobby is gardening Agricola will advise you what and How it in the Garden Page of a turd a y s journal. Federal parliament. The Senate. Melbourne. November 28. The president or. Givens took the chair. Perth poet office. Or. Needham enquired whether the government had and information regarding the site of the g.p. At Perth. Tie Hon. Minister or. Demons the matter is in the same position As when i last replied. Or. Findley the Post office or the cite both. Transcontinental railway. Replying a question or. A cons stated that the rate of Progress of the transcontinental line was three Quarter s of a mile a Day at each end. Pearling Industry. Or. Buzzacott whether the government would consider the advisable Ness of regulating the pearling Industry that not More than 50 per cent of one nationality could be employed. Or. Milken promised make ent fairy. Land transaction. The Burdett Case. His Honor or. Justice Gordon is the supreme court on. Friday continued the hearing of the Murray land Case which had occupied attention for several Days. The claim was Laid by John it Longham. An octogenarian Farmer Aga ans 1. 0" g. Blekham and c. Mengerson for an of Ikirt of receipts in connection Tveith a Eale of plaintiff s land a declaration that an agreement of May 5, 1909, was fraudulent and void and that a Power of attorney dated aia 22, .1909, be declared be in furtherance of an Agency of defendant for plaintiff in relation the Sale of the leasehold. Mir. F. V. Smith with or. C. A. Edmonds for plaintiff Aid sir Josiah Symon with or. C. K. Cudmore for defendant who denied the allegations. Plaintiff Cross examined by sir Symon said the property was in his a fiefs name Aith the exception of what he had lately bought. Although he could not write he had. Managed i s own business for 30 years. He had known me Agerson since the latter came Palmer but Iliad transactions with him until Ibe Lime of the subject matter of the present action and As or. I Obj Doi Fetisa did All the talking in then of nations. He did hot know Ile Gerson had anything with them even then. Witness had asked �2,i 00 for the whole property. When Black Bam Taid m Bis letter that he would not get More from the Gover Anent than �2,000 he tallied the matter Over with his Jfe and they agreed that the Are Price they Lead Piven for. The Stead and he had since extensively improved it. Lie had under styx d when lie sold portion . Mengerson for �400 that it was being bought by Bijj e government. He had Rouen satisfied Witti the Price until be lamed tha menger on and Blackham had made a profit on the resale. John Andrew Molo Zublin. Farmer. On of Praia Tift Al of gave de be. A narrow escape. A Captain s fall. Port Pirisi. November 28. Opt. Larsen. The master of the barque j i Uba had a marvellous escape yesterday. Etc Ell from Between the decks the i Stone ballast in the hold 16 it. Below. i Bones were broken and it is not though that any serious injury a sustained but the Captain who heavy Man was shaken by the fall that be deemed it advisable Cable Bis Owr is in Xoi was Send out another master Teke charge of the ship. An answer has b.-= receive a that one will be event the Yuba which is Load new wheat form ears. Bell and of. And will probably be the first ship i a wet pit. L i j state Coal mine Idle. J i j Melbour Ink. November m. Tie state Coal mine w u me Tina Itter Tipoti the wheelers line aug sortie a a melt. Three wheelers yesterday refused work in . 8 pit owing the place being too wet and and they allege dangerous. Three others were told off Teke their places but they declined. When she manager decided Day put them on the night shift As n penalty for disobeying orders Weir comrades decided not work. Among the passengers for London by Oie , Osterley which tailed on Friday ofter Nomi was or Oreanor David. His Isit England path Jav Fer private Rawoens and partly of a stunt of the or Gamey for Manrin Gultig for the. In Tell Merlier. A Hue i die old a Nin try professor Dave ill Oon i with Ibe i Saviar of the in Tiki ass ovation Lor us a moment of . ,v i Ferene tie wait by paid a aus Thalia me of Ltd members nes Rar. Proffesor David we Beaini a Middle of March meet or. Mam and i he i Bettty w their be Lorn in the Ain j Fram Adilie Jaud. Rafea Orwat is Elye Ewegen i outdo by the Gune tourists the Road in two colours map Strong paper one shilling. Unen two shillings. From All booksellers or the Register office. Saturday s teams Cricket. A Grade. Port and Laid. V. North Adelaide allx Roii Yonh be Nottag Wellington Beresford Ambler Cowan Orrist l Hunt and Desman Are. Wabi Torrens v. Start 2pro. Kappler bowl leak. Barrett Trey Mel be Winser. Holthou.?e. West Cirii fido Den Witolt. Wajers Willun Woole Odt Coombe Pinch. A 017 0 v Adelaide Norwood Eart Torres Anie Raiji 3. Herbert tarns Majie Waddle Tajn Sando. In Usu Fatir Tiff and Byan. Whitty is unable play owing having flu a on the knee caused by an in Niy last sat Nadav us a 1 a woo Hack Haddrick int waisn1 a Meta 1 a Grade. v West Xera . It Green. Minear Smith Yeoman Jil Berton v. Ort a citral. Nor a delude v. I Myers incited Rel univ maty Badger Beare. Dave Bow Iii Nur Banc web Barbour. Jean uni i Krat Lre. North Barry 2ota St s trs h i would full fas Mayne. Mum Lav us Creswell iday by fur messes. T. Of a. A. A. Lic Cann. D. P. Lair once l. B. Powell and f. W. A Tbs when Collins proceeded against Imp a. H. Lviv for. Alleged Dir a Ond Nurt. Or. W. H. Wade pros. a j. I. Dale in behalf of or. W. Jenny. Defended. 3ir. Daly applied k. An adjoin Anent a the grounds that defendant had been informed that postponement would a cd for owing . Several material Vii Nesses being out of Adelaide. It would therefore lie inconvenient on with j the Case. The application had not been sprung on informant a or. Dean had been in Jonnn uni cation with or. Wader for some time. Or. Wide opposed the adjournment. He said the matter Ira an important one. And should be. Settled armed Datev. Or. Daily Yon have a letter from or. Denny in front of Yon. Or. Wadeyye3, your Honor. I Bave letter but i received it Only at 9.15 this morning. It Days Tomt it is pm passive on with tie care. And asks me inform my a Tinea is accordingly. The charge against the defendant continued or Wadey is one of disorderly conduct at Public meeting of ratepayers at the Jorton. On november 10. There is another meeting be held at Theberton night. We have come tie court dispose of the. Case and tenure a conviction again is Finch tin tie meeting ibis evening Wii a be an orderly one. What sort of tree ing we win have night if this is not disposed of i Don t Lara. The think this is a Case where up application for an. Adjournment can be refused in the court. Or. Wadey it is. Your Honor. The Tii Ink. However that t will adjourn this ease on the payment by defendant of Conns and witness fees Iii Peirino was Adjo Vej adjourned until Deceron defence matters. Boys in the lines. Melboi3bjse, november 27. Emor cadets serving with the Eolours of of 90,075 who were liable for training. In All 146,090 Chron about the Commonwealth jihad registered their names in actor Nance with the defence act but 55.040 of those were granted exemptions. Factory workers holidays. Under a new military regulation which has just come into operation jul vision has been Wade for closing Down All or any of the Commonwealth factories that the employees mry enjoy their Holiday. At the Muir time it is Laid Down that in each year during the Christmas sea son. Or at such other time As May be approved by the Minuter Fui defence the factories May be shut up for two weeks and All Freers and employees May be Given leave on full pay during that period. Citizen army. Sreiy is be made by the defence authorities by which it will e possible bring tie australian citizen army up War strength with the least possible difficulty. With this object in View the number of infantry officers is be increased from 1,502 1,709, which will a practically Tom limit of present development hang Kic arly All the Necie Ssan ready attached the regiments it will be Nuffer at any time draft die rank ind file into the in Phi b lines 4lnxt at a moments wok "1. r Nev i a. number 227new Sou Haltia. 4ffii. \. L0 a a " . Ii Asu Yew. I a. J87 ta.-nvunia.h1, of l " 1 aft2 3 a pit Usu by t a if Manx a our it swis see Page

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