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Armidale Chronicle (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Armidale, New South Wales Miss Eva Hern , teacher voice production 8inging, piano. Rath Luba rus Don Streel as37 Armidale. Miss Ethel Gordon . Member of tic incorporated society of musicians England. Voice production singing and piano. For term6, dates etc., address Mann Street Armidale. 743 c. S. Childe ., teacher of music piano singing Organ a theory. Vacancies for advanced pupils evening class id musical history form Harmony and aural training. Address Ormonde Marsh Street. 531 the Armidale girls grammar school. Commercial classes under miss Duncan for 14 years principal of the Geol eng business Colleg Ewill open for morning afternoon and evening ses Sions to which adults both sexes will be admitted. Fee from i a is per Quarter. Further particulars from miss a. C. Tendall Ivla. M835 principal. Montro Sevilla maternity Hospital Beardy Street West. Nurse Constance Ryan desires to notify residents of Armi Dale that her private Hospital at Mon Trose Villa is open for patients. Wail ing for acc Kuchment gases. Phone 172 a 510 or. W. H. Mcbean l.d.8., dental 8urgeon, commercial buildings Beardy Street Armidale. B553 Norman j. Nelson dental surgeon by exam. New premises Between Weaver s and the City Bank Chambers. A phone 61. \ hours 9 to 5 . Morgan Stephens general Printer. Illuminated addresses. Rubber Stamps. Box 42. Phone 357 Faulkner Street Armidale. Church of England. District of Hillgrove. Sunday next june 27. Martins and Litany . Hillgrove 7.30 . In memorial. Some Day the Clouds Wilt break dear some Day the shadows flee. And 1 will see your Darling face. And you will speak to me. I you will soothe my aching heart. And clasp my weary hand and Lead me through the heavenly Gate into that Happy land. Inserted by or. W. Hath jun., in Loving memory of his wife Eva Bath who departed Liis life on 20 the june 1919. Gentle in action patient in pain dear mrs. Bath left me heaven to gain. Willi actions Sot Noble generous and kind few in this world her equal to find. Inserted by miss Manning in Loving memory of her dear Friend mrs. Bath who passed away at Armidale Hospital on 20th june 1919. A cd c Armidale chronicle with which in incorporated the " Abhi dal age established 1872. Wednesday Juke 23. The Prince s visit. How often do we criticise men Wiliom we do not know and How often have we to recall judgments conceived prejudice we arc even if we be lioness forced to Admire Ihen and institutions upon closer acquaintance that we condemned in the Light of ignorance or half baked knowledge that is even worse. The Prince of Wales the. Heir to the throne of Britain As an Empire has come to new South Wales and conquered the hearts of All. Even those whose feelings towards royally were hostile although perhaps quite impersonal have been forced to re adjust their perspective. The Prince s personality took their hearts by St pm and found a pleasant Welcome there unknown to Hie barriers they thought impregnable to such sentiment. The fruits of the Prince s Progress arc twofold. The Monarch that is to he has been Given a vision of his trusteeship that might almost overwhelm him because of its stupendous Ness. The length and breadth and diverse interests of his dominions. Jive been brought before him in irresistible fashion. The knowledge acquired upon this tour will never be Ettace. In the hearts of his people has been awakened a new love for Tho throne and the Royal family. The smile of the Prince will linger with them and the Boyish ingenuous Ness Oil his win a log Uhl Enance will remain t Byears to come when he is upholding the undying traditions dynasty and his race to his subjects in these Southern seas he will still be the boy Prince they loved at first sight. A woman named Annie o Brien a ame to the broken Hill police station seeking assistance stating that she and her husband had just arrived in broken Hill Overland. They had she said a severe tragedy about Sis weeks ago near Hake Gud Jellico where their habitation was burned Down and their six children burned to mrs. O Brien said that both she and. trap per had left the scene of the tra Gedy the Pouce Are endeavouring to investigate the truth of her Story. Local and general news. Missing . T. J. Ever Ett of Wor Tab Wattle Street Tabor Field whose Eon disappeared from Bis borne under the singular circumstances narrated in a recent Seuc of tic chronicle writes us that to is still without tidings of the missing Soldier. The latter was Well known in the North through hib connection with the Wool firm of Winchcombe Carson and co. A Young 14-year old lad named Byrnes was minding sheep in a paddock near Young when a Man came along and Lent Lum a pea Rifle. A Little later the Rifle accidentally went off and the Bullet entered the lad s foot just above " the ankle and eventually lodged in the flesh above the Solo of the foot. Young Byrnes calmly removing his Boot located the Bullet and extracted it by cutting deeply into his flesh with his own pocket knife. He then said to his Little brother go and bring my dinner and Don t Tell mum about this or 1 will lick a woodcarver found him verging on col lapse and convey of him to the Lowro Hospital where lie is now doing Well. Telephone Jeremiah. conditions Aro inevitable in connection with the Telephone sender says the postmaster general. In new South Wales to says there Are 4558 subscribers held up for service awaiting Provis Ion of switchboard accommodation to the exchanges. Of these 3942 Are in the metropolitan network and gig in the country. Every Effort is being made to overtake1-arrears, but controllers Are still handicapped by abnormal conditions and material ordered Long. Since is just beginning to arrive. Or. Wise says that every subscriber connected to the Branch exchanges Means overload ing the internal trunk Junction routes in the metropolitan area and overload ing the stall in the City manual Exchange. A recommendation for elec observer in com menting on Trio recent failure of the electricity Supply says a Tamworth has had very Little cause to complain of the municipal electric lighting system which bus been in existence Over 40 years. Thirteen years ago the old generating Plant was discarded and a new one installed hut with the Extension of the Street lighting system and the great demand for household connection it was found necessary to put in two More smaller engines to take the Load off the big one when necessary. About five weeks ago the big Plant broke Down and Ligel to be sent to Newcastle for reconstruction the lighting sys tem bad to be curtailed but die Small engines wore working much Over their capacity. The big engine arrived Back last Friday and strange to say it Lead hardly been placed in position be fore one of tic smaller engines broke Down thus throwing the entire Bur Den on the remaining Small one. It be came necessary to at once Cut off practically the whole town Supply including All Power. India and correspondent of the times at Simla slates that there Are indications that the extremists intend to attempt to mar the Prince of Wales s visit. For example it is suggested that the Mahometano candidates for the new in Dian councils should Hind themselves not to Lake the oath of allegiance and to stand aloof when the Prince opens 1 lie councils unless the turkish peace treaty is modified in accordance with their views. Another threat embodied in a Telegram sent to the Indian office Oil Heli Alf of the Indian Home Rule Lea gue slates that the people Are not Likely to co operate in a Welcome to the Prince unless the miscarriage of Justice in lie Punjab is remedied and also the cruel wrong done about the Khalifah. Between friends uie gift that con Veys the most personal thoughtfulness a your photograph. Make an appoint ment to Day. Phone 89. Solomons studios. As will be seen by an Advt. In ibis Issue a Basket picnic and dance is to be held at boor Long next Friday june 25lh. A Good programme has been arranged including horse and. Loot racing. The proceeds Are to be Devo Ted to the a Ray fund of the Armidale Hospital and we Trust the promoters will be Well rewarded for their efforts. An advertisement in a Surrey eng newspaper reads motor Cycle for Sale climbs like wages and goes As fast " a Northern newspaper Man says he never a6ks a gentleman for a Money. After n time however if he does t pay lie concludes he is Mot a gentleman and then has no hesitation in. Asking Linin. It is the intention of the state government to extend immediately the operation of the fair Rente act through out the state. Courts will he established in All Populo lib centres and jurisdiction under the status will be exercised by police magistrates thus avoiding the Cost of special appointments. The Legal members of the Cabinet intend Intro. During very shortly after the meeting of parliament amendments of the act to prevent landlords causing tenants to quit their premises three months after approaching the court. It will probably be sought to embody a provision prohibiting tie service of notice to quit during the period for which the fair rent has been fixed by the tribunals. High prices have been paid for la Cerue of find on the lower Hunter River hut they have been surpassed by those established the other Day at a land Sale at Bacchus Marsh the most noted Lucerne producing. District of Victoria. One farm of 80 acres sold at �140 per acre and another of nine acres at �752. A Lennie aged 88, was charged at the Tamworth police court k with having stolen three Rolls of paper of the value of �1 10s 5d, the property of the Tamworth ne\vspaper1co. Ltd. Accuse a a---5 re and got Ltd per la. For it Hii had no authority to remove the paper. Her Bert William Wilkins Secretary to the Tamworth newspaper go deposed that accused had to authority to take the paper. The Rolls produced would be Worth about 80s. They were paper that could be sold by the company at 5d and 4jd per lb., according to the Quan Tity. Accused pleaded guilty die was fined �5, or two months imprisonment the paper to he returned to the com Vun a chinaman aged 42 years appeared in answer to a charge at the Tamworth police court of being in pos session of opium in a form capable of being u6ed for smoking. Constables user said he saw defendant come off the Brisbane mail on june 18, hand something to the Porter and hurry away. Witness searched him and found the opium upon him. Accused was fined �50. In default six months imprisonment Jtb hard labor. A further charge was preferred against Ahyun of offering a bribe of �10 to Constable slumber to neglect his june 18. Defendant was fined �5. Ori one month s imprisonment with. Hard la Bor. The Prince s visit. Some impressions of the week. J by Hie chronicles special representative. Continued from pane 3. The town Hall reception. The democratic function connected Willi the Prince s visit or rather the one that was the most democratic of All was his reception and levee at the town Hall on Friday. There was a crowd of people eager for admission even from the Early morning Lioma of seven. As the hours went on these increased. Finally they were formed into a queue half a mile Long. One of the Over seas journalists was More appealed to by this demonstration than with anything else he had seen on the present tour. The half mile of living pushing yet orderly and Good natured humanity Bent upon seeing their Visi Tor at close quarters was one incident in the i Prince s Progress that bespeaks the affection of his people. The crowds the enormous crowds everywhere became so much a part of everything that before Long they were taken Lor granted and failed to excite comment. I had almost forgotten to mention that there were More people than one could imagine As inhabitants of any single City. The management by the police was something that deserves great credit. The contrast Between wednesday and thursday nights was All due to them. On wednesday night there was evidence of a kind of sup pressed hooliganism. It was just sufficiently marked to be unpleasant and perhaps dangerous. Cliques started a push and the _ result was much the same As when a movement sets in in an ice Field. It is communicated to the superimposed elements and gradually extends. There were people who were uncomfortably crushed. The police took charge on thursday night and upset the Little game. Thence Forth there was no trouble plenty of discomfort lout no danger. The police both mounted and foot car ried out their duties with firm Ness but with tact and civility and no Appeal to them for assist Ance was lightly disregarded. Their hours of duty were Long in some cases from 7 in the morning till mid night. Amongst the officers i was Able to recognise were sgt. M. 0. Wray now at Merewether Constable Stew Art formerly at Hill Roveand con stables Eagleton and Mackenzie from Armadale. The Commonwealth dinner. Hitherto i have not described inti mately the functions connected with the Welcome. The daily press has done this with almost extreme fulsome Ness. But i feel that those functions which most reflect the personality of his Royal highness should receive at least passing mention. The common wealth dinner on wednesday night was one of Vliem. The Way the Young Prince delivered himself in the pres ence of austere ministers of the fed eral Cabinet was a revelation. Twenty six years of age and discussing matters of Imperial significance with the ease and Assurance that bespoke full know ledge. He was nervous it is True. Or it would perhaps be mor strictly Cor rect to say that he is shy but it is a shyness that is become ugly matched to his Boyish appearance he scarcely looks More than 18 he read a Mes Sage to Australia from the British government and offered congratulations upon our Ideal of a White Australia. Coming from another Young Man Sacii phrases or rather words of equal meaning would have sounded Mere banal platitudes. Why the difference with this Prince a the answer to that question would reveal the secret of his personality and i have said be fore that that eludes definition. The illuminations. A the spectacle after. Nightfall on wednesday was on a scale of magnificence unprecedented. One or two of the set pieces will give something approaching an idea of the ensemble. Farmer & co s. Building was a huge map of the world on which the Empire on which the Sun never sets was picked out in red lights. The Ris ing Sun surmounted and shed. Its effulgence Over All. By arrangement of lighting a biscuit Hue was shed Over the whole building. The "s.m. Herald office whose build ing Calls for no Especial architectural Praise under Ordinary circumstances was resplendent in its evening dress which had the rising Sun of the . As the Central. And dominant device. Messes. David Jones establishment presented a splendid effect. The White Walls reflected dazzling Light from All Points and threw into hold Relief a life like figure of the Prince mounted upon a White Charger against a Black Back ground. Large size australian flags depended from each window. The theatres of course went to elaborate designs in. The decorative scheme. Her majesty s was conspicuous with its baskets of yellow and Blue roses in which internal electric lights glowed. The name of the picked but in. Letters formed by extra powerful glow lights. Another arrangement of lights gave the. Illusion that flames were bursting from the angles and Licking the Side of the building. Mar tin place evoked Long drawn exclamations of admiration but Macquarie Street was a revelation that outshone the. Extravagances of the arabian nights fables. From the Post office which was elaborately 1 and artistically decorated depended probably the largest Union Jack and australian Flag Ever seen in this hemisphere. Next night the Harbour was ablaze of Light. Before the pre aran ged signal the face of. The Waters was shrouded in darkness. Even the ves but Jit with a fraction of their customary., brilliancy. The signal was Given an from horizon to i Zonita the sky was Abler e a Matij self so s re Nown Australia Sydney Brisbane and Una,.and four submarines n. O a Welcome to Pressman the journalists accompanying the Prince upon the renown were tendered a Welcome at the Prees club by the Institute of journalists the country press association and the Austral an journalists association. The guests included messes. A. K. Long London times. Marsden a a bribing a. " a a a " pos Myers daily Telegraph de. Coates Router s. Keith Murdoch Sydney Sun and j. Sandes official australian press. Apologies were received from Captain Barker official cinematographer. E. Brookes press photographer and Bert Ives Commer Cial cinematographer. Or. Bert Madge Sydney Sun presided and i his words of Welcome were. Supported by messes. Ealo Oner . A and . Baker . A messes. Long Marsden Coates and sandes replied. Or. Long said be bad been. Greatly struck with the brightness of Australia. He quite recognised the future austra Lia Lead before it. They of the old land Lead made their history but history had yet to to made for Australia. There was no doubt it would be a wonderful history. To envied the press of Australia for it was in a position to have a part in the formation of that history. He was rather afraid the English race had not up to the present taken a great interest in its dominions. The far outposts seemed so tar away but the speaker s endeavour upon his re turn would be to get the average eng Lishman to take a Keener interest in the colonies because therein Lay the keynote of Empire. Plane Falls in Harbour. Some sensational air stunts were performed As the renown was coming to her. Anchorage. Lit. Webb who was flying in a do Haviland plane carry ing a passenger was overtaken by engine trouble and forced to land in the Bay. The plane was taken in Tow by passing Craft and finally lifted out of the water by a Crane. But it. Webb reckoned that had the engine failed Over land he could Liao come to the ground in safety. The risk to the Pas sengers on the vessels seemed consider Able on account of the narrow margin by which the air men grazed them As they swooped overhead. In this Way the airmen s stunts were particularly sensational. Football. Rugby league. At the Council Chambers on monday night a Well attended meeting of the league was held or. S. J. Kearney president occupying the chair. An application from l. Jones to play with the South club was ruled out of order by the chairman. The protest from or. J. Moriarty Captain of the North club against a. Porter having played with Softli club on the ground that a. Porter was not qualified on account of his residence evoked warm discussion. Eventually after hearing evidence from the player in question and examination of North club s. Minute Bool the matter was referred to a special sub committee comprising a Delegate from each Affili ated club with the officers of the Lea gue sex Offlio to investigate and report on Porter s qualification at. Next Mon Day s meeting. Claims on the insurance funds by players Cavanagh Ridge mountie for North and Snow ill Grove were referred to the insurance com Mittee to be dealt with. The president in commenting on the insurance fund referred in complimentary terms to lie services of or. Orrielle As first Aid and expressed the thanks of the players and the appreciation of the league committee for or. Orrill s valued assistance at the mat Ches on the sports ground. The president also stressed the necessity of the referees More smartly calling on the first Aid and attendant when Ever his service were needed because under the rules be had no authority to enter the Field of play without the express Sanction of the referee. The fixtures for the second round of the Competition were referred Back to the fixture committee. The match North v. Ill Grove on sports ground of saturday next fixed at a former meeting was rescinded owing to its co Niehing jail Iscove club to visit Armidale for two consecutive matches. As there will Only he a Junior fixture for saturday next it was decided not to charge for admission to the sports ground. J it was decided to offer Glen Innes a return match at Glen Innes Ion june 17. The Secretary reported that the match with Tamworth for 2gtli inst. Was off As Tamworth had stated that Armidale s letter had not been received in time for consideration. A return match with Tamworth was deferred until the Tamworth league fell disposed to communicate its wishes to Armidale. Or. J. Laurence on behalf of the trophy committee gave the report of the committee. It was decided to Purchase 15 Gold medals from or. W. A. Hirschburg Fob presentation for the senior Competition. The question of medals for the Junior Competition was allowed to stand Over. Or. Laurence reported that or. Hirschburg had promised a for senior Competition for next season. Or. J. Tolley gave a report of his representation of the league in Sydney. It was expected. That visiting teams such a Western suburbs railway and Tramway and Queensland rep. Team would visit Armidale during Liis sea a. 1the sum of �1 was voted to air. J Orrielle first Aid for Purl base of medical requirements. I Rugby Union. All football enthusiasts in the Dis i tract will follow wit i interest the tour j of the team of the Armidale school which is now in Sydney. The team is in the charge of the Rev. F. M. Mckeown football master of the school. Last year or. L. Of r. Palmer took the team to Sydney and they won distinction for themselves by. Heating the three schools they played against Viz. The King s school North Shore Church of England grammar school and Trinity grammar school Dulwick Hill this year they will play the same schools and the Sydney Gram mar school who were last year s pre Miers. As the Sydney schools Are much larger in numbers these mat Ches Are watched with great interest by All friends of the Armidale school. There will also be a match against the old boys Union of. July 1st, followed by a complimentary dinner. An inter Esting innovation this year will be the introduction of two debates into the tour. A team of three from the Armidale school will support the new state proposal against Newington col Ege. And on another might they Mill de fend monarchy against republicanism against a team from the Syd Hiey Gram mar school. U3 with a View to extending the Fino tons. Of the Legal Aid , which is an item of the imm Liate pol icy of the government the solicitor Genera proposes As soon As of porn Writy offers to visit Queensland where an office for the assistance of poor Liti Gants has been in Ojaste Nicefor a considerable time with it is said Yeiyu satisfactory results. Of. I v the London sunday express say the government has accepted the offer of Venizelos to Send greek troops in support of the British it Elles and adds. That the decision is liable to involve an 1,interminable new War with Turkey Jon both sides of the Bobp horus. Tivey Are ready to fight to the bitter end for the recovery of their lost territory. Telegraphic. Sydney. Tuesday military equipment. Distributing spoils of War vast stores of military equipment will shortly arrive from England and in distributed amongst the states. Increase refused. Colliery employers decision. At a conference yesterday tie col Liery employers refused a claim for increased wages for the lower paid employees. Prayers for rain. Premier thanks churches. Or. Storey lab thanked tie churches which responded this Apical to them to have daily prayers rain. Governess s mite. Returned with thanks. Ten shillings subscription to the state loan has been resumed to a Bush governess As �10 is the Small est amount that can be accepted. Healthy Sydney. Free from infectious disease. During the months of february and March not one death from infectious disease occurred in the City of Sydney. New zealand. Smallpox outbreak. Further cases of smallpox Are reported from new zealand. There is a Rush for vaccination children especially being treated. Sow wheat. High prices predicted. Farmers Are being advised to sow wheat extensively As there is a world shortage and High prices Are fore casted for the coming season. Strike ballot. Bacon employees cancelled. Rue strike daunt of Ine Bacon Lac Lory employees will be declared null and void As the required majority of votes was not reached. Ketch wrecked. All hands saved. The Ketch Violet was wrecked in the tongan group. No lives were lost. Short weight Baker. At Wanganui new zealand a Baker was fined �20 for Selling underweight bread. The magistrate ordered the conviction to be advertised. State loan. £350,000 required up to saturday last the subscriptions to the �2,000,000 state loan showed �350,000 Are still required. Coming Down with a run. Prices in America. According to a w. Kittli Olio re turned by the Niagara prices in America Are beginning to come Down with a run. He thinks this fall in prices will have a considerable effect upon the markets Here before very Long. Shot in Chest. Dairy Farmer s condition. It is reported that s Dairy Farmer named Maurice o Connor was shot in Hie Chest and face at gun Drimba near Lismore. He is in a critical condition. An arrest has been made. A forty four hours. Iron trades to the Iron trades Section of the 44 hour movement have decided to approach the employers for a Confer ence with a View to bringing about a 44-Liour week. Shooting affray. Fight in Surry Hills House. As the1 result of a shooting affray in lower Campbell Street. Surry Hills Bishop Laughton a labourer was arrested and charged with having maliciously wounded Robert Hill with in tent to do grievous bodily harm. It was stated that the shooting was Llie result of a Light in a House. It is believed a woman was also hit 1 by one of the bullets. . Threaten hold up. The shearers throughout . Wales have made a demand Tor 30 per cent. Increase. It was reported at the . Office this morning that a hold up of Sheds was possible within a fortnight. Useful Rains. Tropical and other influence. Or mares states that the e tropical influence combined with one from the Antarctic. Has produced useful Falls of rain Over the Northern districts arid West of the tableland. Of drought loan. Soldier offers �10,000. The state treasurer has received a ,,.soldi or i Oriel Erly of . Wales but at Rosent i new zealand offering to invest i�10,000 in the drought loan. Jobs a f-0r9ie interview. Demands upon Premier. The Melbourne strikers marched in 1 a i Ody from the trades Hall to the Premier s office yesterday afternoon while the Cabinet was sitting and virtually forced or. Lawson to Grant them an interview. The men asked the government to give an undertaking to withdraw All Volunteer labour from the various Gas works and appoint a Roffol commission to. Inquire into the circumstances which led to the opening of the National service Bureau. The Premier denied a charge of partisanship. The government was not i taking sides nor was it fighting the men on the question of wages but he Felt the men should abide by the agree ment arrived at in december last to take their Case before the court. He was determined to adhere to the government s declared policy of settlement of the strike by arbitration. Burnt to death. Miner incinerated. Harry Cato a Miner was found Burnt to death in Liis tent at pleasant Hills. He had been in ill health for some Lime. Personal. Rev. Canon Kenigis of Glen Innes intends taking a Short Holiday at the end of the month and will visit dub to and other Western towns. Rev. G. T. Roe will he in charge of the Glen Innes Parish during the canons absence. Miss Heather Cramsie daughter of the mayor and Mayoress of Glen Innes was a Debutante at the Ball Given by the governor general and lady. Helen Munro Ferguson in Honor of the Prince of Wales. A or. Jack Axtell late of Glen Innes and a native of Armidale is at present in. Hospital in Sydney. Or. W. J. Moore Telegraph St at Armidale for Many years during which time he has made Many friends both officially and through his motive participation in sport has been transferred to Grafton. He will leave Armidale As soon As he can be relieved. Or. James Doran left Armidale for Manly on saturday night. He was born in Armidale and resided Here All his life. The greater opportunities afforded by the Metropolis Are responsible for his migration. It. Is reported that or. D. R. Hall sex minister for housing Lias been offered a position in London As representative of a Well known shipping line at a salary considerably larger than he would have received As agent general. It is further stated that or. Hall pro poses to accept the position. The most Rev. Charles f. D Arcy archbishop of Dublin has Heen elected Arcill Bishop of Armagh and primate of All Ireland. Rainfall. Drooping weather has been experienced since last Issue with continual Light showers., the following Falls were recorded up to thursday morning at 9 o clock a Armidale 22 Points Tenter Field 16, Murrurundi 3, gunned Ali 10, bog Gabri 1, emm Aville 12, Glen Innes 17, Dubbo 8, Coon Amble 4 Hay 10, i Ragga 25., Condobolin 9, Albury 42,Goulburn "2, Henty 20, Orange 24, Bathurst 53, Yetman 5, Adelong 26, Junee 15, uni find 5, Inverell 12. Since thursday. And up to 9 o clock yesterday morning the following additional Falls have been posted a Narra Bri 1, Moree 4, Zingara 3, bog Gabilla 14, Barraba 6. Emm Aville 2, Bourke 9, Brev Sarrina 15, Waggett 16, Yetman 8. There was a fairly hard Frost at Armidale on monday night but Clouds gathered before morning. Rain soon set in and continued steadily through out the Day. The registration up to 5 o clock was 30 Points. Disgusted soldiers com Mittee. Glen Innes shares general experience. To most people it must come As a painful Surprise to know that notwithstanding the surpassing advantages which the Glen incs District offers for Soldier settlement practically nothing has been done in that direction and not one single resumption has been made. A few soldiers Here and there have secured grown land generally in Distant and inaccessible places while an Odd one has secured land by private treaty. But no settlement on a Large scale has been accomplished As in Many other districts and this in spite of the Oft stressed fact that Glen Innes offers exceptional opportunities for the mixed Farmer and the Grazier while being Sanatorium for Many men to Boot. Again and again the claims of the District have been advanced by letter and by deputation by the local repatriation committee a series of strongly worded motions was passed at the Armidale conference and every possible Effort Lias been made to induce the lands department to do something on an extensive scale in the District. He committee however has been up against a Brick Wall All the time and in spite of every endeavour has not been Able to accomplish anything. Bin ally disgusted and disheartened the whole position has been placed be fore the three members for die District in a forcefully worded Oommen ideation Over the name of. The chairman of the repatriation committee while a has also been sent direct to senator Millen. As the ministerial head of the repatriation department which supplies the Money for Soldier thing that will emerge from the Reading of the letters will be the utter incompetency of the returned sol Biers settlement Branch of the lands department which has missed some of the finest opportunities offering for the Soldier settlers of new South Xien nines a Tannner. A Skeleton of a Man found in the scrub near the soldiers settlement at Campbelltown by a returned Soldier named Alexander Crowe is believed to have been lying exposed for six months. An examination of the right foot led to the conclusion that the ankle had been badly dislocated. This the police think is the \cltfe.to. Ilie mystery Puthe Man s death. If their conclusions Are Correct he was in the Rocky Gully by his. Injured limb and must have slowly starved to death. Apparently the Man fell Down the Gully. Juhe australian airman. Who first at Tai noted to. A the Atlantic fad a i thrilling escape while testing a 400 horse Power. Sunbeam racing. A ppr car on Brooklands . Track on Satur Day he attained a High Speed. Sud Denly the car swerved and left the. Track flashed across the grass Border crashed through a corrugated Iron Fence tearing a huge Gap in. It. Hawker alone in the car ducked his head. Uninjured he brought the car to a standstill. The scar s nose was flattened. Or Justice swing of Tasmania opened a Royal commission of inquiry on monday in connection with the imprisonment of the twelve . . Collins who appeared for the prisoners asked Forian adjournment. Ewing said he proposed that counsel would have full Opportunity of bringing fresh evidence or of Nutting former witnesses in the Box. He did not. Intend to conduct the inquire too formally the Crown to establish the guilt of prisoners beyond All reasonable doubt. The Mere fact that themens Wuerf to Day convicts would not in fluent in in the honed that both sides would offer the fullest criticism line of action they might see him taking. Cablegram. I negro clergvttflcked7 1 America s racial troubles. 1 neuters Vancouver Eun quotes a Chicago , Stales the racial trouble a a cil out afresh. Bruni n three negro clergymen w lacked by the Whites am badly another mob killed hnri.,-r i.-? Robeli a coloured policeman the police arc search Iii a. Nor sinian Prince garbed in v n gown and headdress who Drew " is off shot gun from underneath i s Ami shot at and lulled Kiheri ii Jar John Hoy i. Jylli an attempt a Asanad to Burn a american Flag in Africa Avenue. The Odd Man out. China s protest Over the Alliance. Neuter s peking correspondent Schina has sent a memorandum to in pan on the Anglo japanese i contending that an agreement Peh yer athe two parties referring in a a a party must be derogatory b t third party unless it is included in z 1 agreement or consulted in Lam Iris free hand in Anatolia. British end French responsibility Reuter s correspondent sons in connection with the decision of tin Yii conference to give Greece a free in Jin Anatolia it is understood tie share of the British and French governments will he restricted to the def irm or constantinople and the Ijan Lanelle the arrangements which were made at the first Hythe conference for Limo payment of the French loan Lari pass with the German indemnity were found to he unworkable. I pm proposals Are being discussed. Bologne conference. Ministers arrive in readiness. Reuter s Cable. Messes. Lloyd George Millerand marshal Foeh tile French minister for finance m. Venezelos lord Cura lord Chamberlain and sir hears Wilson have arrived at Bologne in readiness for a conference. The indemnity. United service Cable. Borza Stales that if Trauck claimed 55 per cent of the indemnity and England 25, Italy would ask for 20. If Belgium participated in the indemnity it would live to be increased. Italy was not in favour of yearly payments. Londonderry riots. Revolver duels All Day. Londonderry rioting continue,-., lie Volver duels were carried on All Jay Long. Looting is Rife. When a Are engine turned out to extinguish a Are at the wharves the men were assaulted arid the engine Des troyed. It is stated that the Only tier suits killed in sunday s Halle were innocent bystanders. The Londonderry rioting continues. The deaths now number seven while 71 have been wounded. It is a Mored that martial Law is imminent. Jex Kaiser attacked. Conflicting stories of assault. H United service Cable. I the Paris Tribune states that the germans crossed the Frontier and Clim bed the Wall. They fired several shots at the Al Kaiser. Another Story is that the Kaiser s assailant disguised As a plumber battered the Kaiser with a club. The authenticity of these statements is doubted. Berlin elections. Ill the Berlin election the Progress returns indicate the defeat of the democrats and the Triumph of the extremists. Hapsburg chiefs. The express Geneva correspondent says a plot has been discovered by the hungarian to maoists to assassinate All the chiefs of the House of hapsburg. Britain and France. Attitude to Russia. The Paris journal says Hloyd George has pressed upon m. Miu Crand a policy amounting to recognition or Russia. The paper adds that in the event of France s uncompromising refusal Britain will take no further in Terest in the reconstruction of Europe. Boycott of Hungary. Router s Vienna correspondent says to lib result of the Boycott of Hungfai is that communication with that country has been severed except for govern ment and diplomatic messages. Speeding up Germany. Reuter s Cable. The Hythe conference has is Suva communique. Which states that to French government has accepted to suggestion of the British govern cd that the rate at which the German government is carrying into execution clauses of the treaty of Var Saihe which related to disarm Anont is p foundry unsatisfactory both go ments diving agreed to the inter aupied conference at bout ogre that their military w str cited to act in concert at on proposals for the acceleration o execution. Of the clauses of the of dealing with armaments torn Irinyi and material. " " United service Cable. M. Jasper belgian Delegate to to Cologne conference says he Lipold the French viewpoint As the disarmament of Germany an not accept a Compromise. B0l6hemk War United service Caw Kutch it Khan s forces spi a the Boll Ievins attacked 400 pm at Hest and forced them to us Center s wars Crepo says having re established the Tion in the North Therio turning their whole attention to Ukraine front. A Ich Noviks a the poles engaged the Bosh the Confluence. Of the Popet de us two soviet regiments. Thousand tar Fahs killed. Is a a vix do tax and i tartars at Azerbaijan. A Tuou were killed

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