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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - September 23, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia you Wai never taste a finer cocktail than Gin and two Alt hotels. Per bottle. 6/1 he put 8/-, i i icus Tkatch 1 1 flumes i at All chemists and stores i prepared by Ltd. To Elaine i of rail strike called off following conference casual labor to be kept Down to the minimum gentleman s agreement reached by parties train goes to Marree from our special representative Quorn. Saturday. The Quorn rail strike which disorganised All train traffic through that Centre for four Days was called off today when a gentleman s agreement about casual labor Over which the dispute arose was reached Between the Commonwealth railways commissioner or. Gahan and the australian workers Union. The agreement provides that the engagement of casual labor on the North South line will be restricted As much As possible and will be under the direct supervision of the general traffic manager or. Artlett. A special Stock train of 24 Large trucks left Quorn before Midnight for Marree to pick up stranded sheep and cattle. Another train was made up before ibid night and is expected to leave before 1 . Tomorrow and the Marree mixed train carrying passengers is scheduled to leave at 9.30. An. ? the Union has no objection to casual lao or in the Roods Sheds or Yards be cause it Realises that this is necessary to fun get the fluctuating traffic. After a conference Between or. Gahan fend his officers and fhe ., followed by a meeting 8 fhe Union executive and members of the traffic Section of the At Nom today the executive gain met the commissioner and the stale president of the . Or. M. Murphy immediately announced that the men would resume work without prejudice. Or. Gahan telegraphed to the minister i the Interior or. Perkins in Sydney immediately after the settlement. The outcome of today s eon Serewa of the men is very satisfactory to the department As there were Strewl reasons to believe that unless Mode rate seem Els prevailed on both sides a. Of Kastrons upheaval seriously affecting interstate railway traffic would have followed. The settlement is regarded As a personal Triumph for or. Gahan who left Mel Bourne on thursday to Deal with tie Dis Pute. At the first conference today he adopted Hie own method of Man to Man talks with the Union officials. When he again met them after the meet ing of the rank and file he told them the they could Trust him to give the men fair treatment. The settlement was announced soon after. Or. Gahan stressed throughout or. Gahan the dispute that the department would t Ever make undue use of casual labor an i would make casual temporary employees getting a minimum of a fortnight s work whenever traffic warranted. The state executive of the Was Given a free hand by the strike to negotiate the settlement after the men had received a report of the conference with the commissioner. Met on a Friendly basis the Decided not to meet or. Gahan in port Augusta last night and the first conference lasted for two hours in the tows Ball at Quorn today. The Union officials meeting with the rank and file lasted Only half an hour. The first meeting Between the commissioners and the Union was on a Friendly basis. Or. Murphy suggested that come trains should go North today but without the employment of casual labor. He pc need out that sufficient temporary and permanent employees would be available to Irun six trains which was the maximum that would be required for the traffic offering. It would however be necessary l for the department to appoint tw6 casuals As temporary hands. Or. Murphy stressed that the men were willing and anxious to get the trains going if there were a Good Chance of their grievances being re dressed. Or. Gahan replied that he will willing to do this but that the department must under any circumstances Reserve the right to employ casual labor on the a orb South line. Yesterday a number of the men seemed determined not to return to work while casual labor was still employed but they willingly set the trains moving this after noon when they 6aw that they would receive reasonable treatment and that the state leaders of the . Apparently considered a prolonged strike would prob ably damage their Case. If the dispute had not been settled a serious Extension would have taken place on monday As members of the amalgamated engineering Union at port Augusta today informed their state Secre tary or. Elliott that they would refuse i work on Commonwealth rolling Stock if the strike continued next week. J suspension of men lifted the Secretary of the Commonwealth Divi Sion of the Federated Union of engine men or. Griffin 6aid today that his members would Stop work on East West trains if the suspension of two men at Quorn were pot lifted. This suspension was lifted soon after the settlement. The train from port Augusta to Ade Laide we again worked through the Quorn station by the traffic superintendent stationmaster and foremen. Among those who will be happiest to see the end of the rail Disparte will be a number of stockmen who have been wait j Ine at Quorn. Some of them since wed Neslav for cattle and Sheen trains in inc j to the North where Thev will Load Stock and return in Charee of the animals. I the strike has meant sleepless nights Tor both departmental officials and Union officers. When the men first refused work the general traffic manager or. Artlett hurried from port Augusta to Quorn and it was 50 hours before he rested for a moment. The Secretary of the Commonwealth division of the Fede rated Union of locomotive engine men or. Griffin who is a Driver on the transcontinental line stationed at tar Ooola came off duty shortly after the strike began and hurried to port Auguista to watch the interests of his Union Mem Bers. He had had three hours sleep in the 60 hours up to last night. I where the thoughts of Australia have been centred these four pictures taken at Quorn yesterday show top left groups of strikers discussing the situation after a meeting held in the town Hall and right the Commonwealth railways engine which was worked by officials and used for shunting the Quorn to Adelaide train out of the station. Beneath or. E. W. Herberts left Tali omaster at Quorn who acted As Shunter during the strike with or. Nankervis Road master. On the right is the Batch of 200 horses from Alice Springs which have been stranded at Quorn ? ? since thursday morning. ? ? head on crash in Victoria Melbourne saturday. Three men were injured two seriously when a motor Cycle and outfit in which they were travelling collided head on in gee Lone Road. Laverton. Tonight. The injured were Arthur Glanfield aged 20, of foot fray fractured base of Skull and internal injuries critical. Reuben douse 30, of Seddon lacerations to the neck and Side fractured leg serious. Eric Bouton 18, of foot Cray concus Sion. Cyclist injured at Gepp s Cross when two cyclists and a motor car driven by Edward Mckinna of Hampson j Street Goodwood collided on the main North Road near Gepp s Cross tonight one of the cyclists. Herbert h. Gunter aged 24, of Dale Avenue Croydon Park sus i trained abrasions and Shock. He was treated at the Adelaide Hospital Lewes to go Home. The other Cyc fit William White also of Croydon escaped with cuts. Boy suffers head and leg injuries seeing two Small boys rus across the Road in front of his motor Cycle Edmund Gosee aped 18. Of Park Ferrace. I a Skeide. Swerved but collided with one of them. John Robert Hussell. Aged s. Of Mclean Street Adelaide. The boy was taken to Adelaide hos Pital in a police ambulance and w86 admitted suffering from a fractured left leg and head injuries. A Hunting we will go today s meet at Manningham. -,.-. The hounds some of the 23 riders who took port in the Adelaide Hunt club s meeting today. The Hunt started from major j. M. Off with the Nuu Nua Oom l Irwin � Horn. Manningham. At North Walker vice. I -,.-. Funds of the 23 it the Hunt today. In it i t Nuu Nua of l i. T thrills in football Semi final Norwood live up to reputation by High flier Seldom has a crowd been roused to such a pitch of excitement As was the attendance of 27,048 at the replay of the first Semi final Between North and Norwood at the Adelaide Oval today. Norwood won by a Point and in so doing upheld their reputation As a team that lights to the last ditch. There were Tew who gave the Redlegs a Chance of pull ing the game out of the fire when North obtained a 14-Point Lead ate in the list Leeiii. But Norwood increased their Pace and a Roal from a Long kick by Woodroofe roused them to a greater Erfort. The red legs obtained a Point Lead soon after and Hung on grimly until the Bell. North had a Chance to score in the last i minute or so when Mclntosh missed with j a shot that went across the Goa front. Sturt Torrens game North have been eliminated from the major Roubid and now Norwood will con test the Linal with the a per of the second Sci tinal. I both stun and torrent took Steps to drive their players match practice today. Torreis played against a combined mid North association team at Riverton. And j Sturt had match practice at Ltd by Oval. 1 Day who was with Sturt Early in the i reason but then transferred to univer j Ity in the Amateur league returned to. The double blues this week. It seems cer i Tain that he will be in the Side for the j second eau ii Linal. J Torrens will be hampered by the absence j of Pontifex. Shepherd and Conroy. And j the Blue and golds cannot be favored for i the game. It � Likely that Sturt will win. And so leave ton ens to oppose Norwood l the final. Furler to write for the mail Percy Furler Captain of North will Supply readers of the mail with com ments of the second Semi final bet pen Sturt and Torrens at Adelaide Oval next saturday. The outstanding figure in South aus Ralian football at \ present. Furler should j be Well Worth follow j aug. He captained the j state team at the carnival in Sydney ? where his Bri Jiant work ranked him a one of the beet of the Many champions participating. Furler s comments a will appear in both the Street and Midnight Odiliona of the mail. P. Furler own gun used to murder him men seize Farmer after shots fired Melbourne. Saturday. All Melbourne was stirred today when swiftly on the heels of yesterday s Street gangster outrage came the murder of a Farmer apparently by thieves on his own property. There is no connection Between the two murders. The death of James John Early yesterday morning at the hands of car gangsters is believed to be a sequel to a gambling quarrel Between desperate men. Today s victim George Mudford a 43year old poultry Farmer of Sheffield Siree Weet Preston died it is thought defend ing his farm rom thieves. It is Likely that Mudford surprised More than one Man trying to steal fowls end fired three charges of Saltpetre at them. Then one or two men leaped upon him in the darkness and beat him severely about the head with the Shotgun which they wrested from his grasp in n Des Perate struggle. Mudford whose Skull had been broken by the blows rained upon him died in the arms of a Constable within 20 minutes of the attack. Mudford had been missing fowls from different pens. Three weeks ago in an Effort to Check the thieving he made himself a shake Down in an empty pen. Just before Dawn today two shots were heard. Milford was found lying on his Lack and the Torch showed that his face and Bead had been battered. His clothes were heavily splashed with blood. A Constable raised Mudford slightly in his arms but the injured Man could not speak and died within two minutes. Near him Lay the Stork of Hie Shotgun. It had been broken off about an Inch yom the barrel. There were splashes of blood on it and it was Clear that mud lord had been battered Moat savagely Vith the butt end of the gun. The ground near where it Lay had been scarred by Boot Marke. And there were Ether evidences of a desperate struggle. A Little farther away Tho ground had been scarred by boots As though two or three men had wrestled there of Saltpetre. Detectives believe that if Mudford had been awakened by the sound of someone in the pens he would have fired charges j it is possible also that both barrels of the Shotgun were tired while mud Ford was striving to retain it in the struggle. Mudford was solidly built but the police have considered the possibility that lie May have been overpowered by one Man aided by the Surprise of the attack id the darkness. Ramblers interviewed underworld gamblers Are being inter j viewed by detectives investigating the Brul tal murder in Gore Street Fitzroy Early j sch verday of James John aged 25, labourer i who. Died from the effects of several Bullet wounds half an hour after Hie admission to the Melbourne Hospital. It is believed that a gang War has tired up in connection with gambling disagreement. Police have been combing the night clubs of Melbourne and various parts of the Northern suburbs for evidence of the shooting of John and a previous shooting affair. Police investigating the murder expect Early developments. They know that John was shot about 1.45 am. By a Man who had followed him and a Friend from City night club in a car painted a Fawn or yellow color. Wounded Man improving detectives have Little Douht that the murder is closely linked with the wound ing of Daniel Hossack 25, of North Carl ton who was shot in the Back while walk ing Home from the City Early on wednesday morning. A Man who is alleged to have been in the company of Hossack shortly before lie was shot was arrested on a vagrancy charge last night. Hossack was followed from a building in Royal Lane where an argument had occurred during a game to the intersection of Bourke and exhibition streets. Two shots were fired one of which missed he other striking Hossack in the Back. Hossack was taken to the Melbourne Hospital in a serious condition but to Day he had improved considerably. At the City court today Thomas Bisson was charged with vagrancy and on the application of the police remanded until september 30. Bail of �25 with a surety of �25 was allowed. A Spring sunday i Adelaide May anticipate a Beautiful Spring sunday Accord ing to the government meteorologist or. Bromley. There is no sign of bad weather and after a Crisp cold Early morning a Fine mild Day should follow he forecast to night. This will come after a Frost in which Adelaide registered the coldest september morning for six years. It was Only 39 Deg. At 6 . Today. Attempt to Stop men in car woman taken for ride a woman who suspected that some men and women were using a stolen car and who tried to Stop them had an exciting experience tonight. Jumping on the running Board of a car to Stop a Man from driving off in it. She was taken for a ride through the suburbs and finally pushed off the car at Burnside. The woman was mrs. N 1- T1. Of Rose Park. She was sitting in her own car in Hindmarsh Square tonight when she noticed three men and two Young women approach another car. She remonstrated with the men but they took no notice of her and in spite of the fact that mra. Or Wall one bolted they drove away. Whether by Accident or by design. ? was driven to a spot close to the Burnside police station before the car slowed Down. Mrs. To immediately got in touch with the bum Side police and the City watch House was communicated with. Detective Herman plainclothes Constable t. Ryan and motor Driver King left in a mediately in a powerful police car. ? the police Are seeking a motor car be Ion Frinic to or. H. R. Horwood of Wattle Avenue Brighton. It was reported As having been stolen from a Leneha today. �2,000 fire in factories Sydney saturday. Damage estimated it �2,000 was done by a fire tonight when a knife sharpening machine set fire to an Enfield factory and spread to two adjoin ing buildings. Starting in Graham & Bennett s Cotton Wool packing premises the fire had ample fuel before the brigades could Check it and destroyed the Stock and premises of f. A. Dennings adjoining furniture fac tory and seriously damaged the building ind contents. Search in . For Emden Bell san Francisco september 22. Re i ported to have been stolen from an austra Lian War memorial museum the Bell of the j German warship Emden which was sunk by . Sydney in the Early part of the great War is being sought Here by the police it was disclosed on Friday night i the police Are keeping a Check on income Jing vessels. They state that the Sydney police commissioner or. Childs re Quested the search. A German known As i Charles Kolmel is believed to have take the Bell the police state. J miss o Grady married London. In spite of attempts to a pop the place of the wedding ferret a Large crowd gathered at registry office to see Mies Margaret o Gray daughter of the former governor of tas in Mij married to or. Frank Hughes of London. Aft a the Cere Mony the couple taxied to St. To Lianas Hospital where sir James ? tirade is recovering from an ill Ness. City wrestling Martin Bucht retained his Tille against Tommy Nilan a the City Bathe tonight. Each secured a fall. Body line ban Page 2 ? 5,000 Banks May reopen in . President Roosevelt s latest recovery plan will release 7 billions in Frozen assets Cotton Industry Aid Washington. Sen temp 2 president Roosevelt expects to announce next week plans to reopen 5,000 Banks and so release 7 billion dollars 1,400 million pounds of Frozen assets. Inflation lists console themselves by saying that this is equivalent to the provision of an increased volume of Money at which inflation Aims. President Roosevelt announces another recovery project in approving further Aid to Cotton growers the government is to lend planters 10 cents a la. On the Cotton crop still in their hands contingent on pledges to reduce the acreage next year possibly by 15 million acres president Roosevelt has three months in which to defeat the economic Laws govern ing the depression before Congress takes Stock of his stewardship and probably cuts Loose with inflation. The president views the prospective re opening of the Banks As a new and hopeful expedient. His plan is to re open those that Are solvent but not liquid enough to meet opening require ments. They constitute a Large portion of those now closed and the president Plana to Deal with them As a Case of Relief for the unemployed. The Community in which a Bank is located is to be asked to Contri Bute additional capital. The Secretary of the . Treasury air. Woodin opposes inflation and is exerting influence in the opposite direction to stabilise the Dollar with other world monetary units by limiting Exchange fluctuations. The decline in the Stock markets this week is now lying blamed to the report by president Roose velt s committee which recommended stabilisation. But with the presi Dent cold to inflation it is now becoming re Mote. Nira now involves Eiji lit million dollars and May possibly involve 12 Mil . While the govern ment can borrow at moderate rates the Treasury considers that there is no Neces sity to innate. Senator Bora senator Orah a declaration that inflation it indispensable to the Success of Fra was made on Friday by senator Borah. Miners contract operators and owne is of the appalachian coalfields late tonight signed a contract covering wages and working conditions of 340,000 miners in hitherto non Union Fields from Penne to Alabama. The agreement which is to be signed tomorrow by president Roosevelt is said Roje the most comprehensive Ever signed a . The agreement provides for wage in creases of 20 to 30 per Cut. The miners regard it As a Magna Charta. Which will Aid the stabilisation of Industry. Chicago september 22. Only two municipalities in the United states have i surplus san Francisco and Rochester Minnesota. Three thousand Are in default to the extent of two billion dollars 400 million pounds. The great majority Are financially sound but need temporary help and it is pro posed to ask president Roosevelt to buy the municipal fax warrants notes and securities the sum required to do this is 4ao million dollars 90 million pounds a message from president Roosevelt urges the mayors to hurry up and apply for pubic works funds. But the mayors Are in n0 hurry As the Roosevelt plan pro per cent ent to the Federal government necessitating new T psf and a Ible additional taxation. Roosevelt did not know what was going onion Jsu a and that Ite Early impetus wag waning _ under the Dottory tactics of afford ing reef for Public works. \7 Aux Hall has removed All objections to English cars that Ever sex Feied. The 1933 Model vex. Has Eize Power Comfort Economy and its Rice is competitive in world markets. Priced Fia from ? 33 la May we demonstrate City motors Ltd. Vauxhall division 88 Waymouth Street Adelaide Bah Fol Fol i i the biggest to Raio value her Fri i Ever offered okla w j9 w by heated 7 pin Power Tobe egg gaga pm a s Type 59 fun toned Dyna West fill us a Mac speaker. Valves and set Ibssa i a / guaranteed for 12 months. Interstate a �13/17/6 Sotsky �3 Deposit and 4/6 per week radio specialists s�2 a 1 a i Adelaide the mail Garden Competition messes. W. Champion Hackett e. W. Pelzer former City Gardener and Spear grades gardening expert of the mail Are Busy preparing for the judg ing of gardens entered for ? the thai Carden Competition. They will be Gin their big task in the first week of next month. In the list of entrants published last week the name of or. H. G. Willcox. Of 15 Kobe Terrace med indie should have been included in Section 1, an i that of or. O. Nienaber of 91 Green ill Road. Toorak gardens in Section 3 mrs. F e Kerr. Of 117 Watson Avenue Toorak bag withdrawn from Section 3 because of the Date heat other Plant and inv a. It Jet. Of tip sett Avenue. Brooklyn Park has withdrawn because of damage to Hergarden by floodwater. Attacked when refuses Money or. Richmond Stacy an elderly Ina. Of George Street Theli Arton is in the Ade Laide Hospital suffering from a fractured Facia abrasions and Boet. Constables Ridley and Williams of the Barton police Are investigating a report that As he was returning Home from football match or. Stacy was asked of Money by a Middle aged Man. Or. Stae refused to give him Arr and the Nai locked him Dorr

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