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BALACING A ONION BUDGET [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
BALAC1NG A UNION BUDGET Assuring the members of the Austra lian Government Workers' Association that there is 'no need to worry about the flnanrifii position of that organisa tion,' the secretary (Mr. Nieass. MJ.) states in the union's publication that 'after very careful analysis of the in come and expenditure we believe liiat tne total income win we appjuAAinau^ij £1,138, and the expenditure should not exceed £999. and consequently we should have a credit of £130. This seems al most too good to be true; but, even allowing for all eventualities, we should at least balance the budget rhis finan cial year.'
AT THE MARIS PALAIS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
AT THE MABIS PALAIS Mr. and Mrs. S. Fricker, of Sema phore entertained about 40 guests at the Mans Palais on Monday evening to celebrate the coming of age of iheir eldest son. Jack. Dancing, games and competitions were featured. The toast to Mr. J. Fricker and his parents was proposed by Mr. C. Spooner ana seconded by Mr. A. McKay. Those present Included Mrs. McGregor. Misses N. Fitzgerald, B. Fitzgerald, U.
EXCHANGE AND FURNITURE MAKERS' TOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
EXCHANGE AND FURNITURE MAKERS' TOOLS During the hearing of the application Dy the employers in the furnishing trade to the Commonwealth Arbitra tion Court on Tuesday ior a reduction of 10 per cent., it was stated by the advocate tor the Furnishing Trade Union that only 124 out of 1,427 employer re soondents in Victoria iiad signed the aoplicaticn for a reduction. It was pointed ou; that the tariff and the ab normal rate of exchange had made a subsian'ial incvease in the cost o£ tools which tlic artisans in the trade were required to provide. It was also stated that ::ic trade generally wis very dull. Tim secretary of the South Australian UraiK-li ol the union iMr. F. Gonui), who is a viro-pvc'Mciein of the Adelaide Trades and Lab:-r C'UJii:!l-. said ysstcv riay that t'.io working implements n: quirrd by '^ niembc;.-. were mucn | dearer. '1 notice,' said Mr. Goring, 'that there were nearly a thousand lewer marriages last year titan for the nor nial year. How can people marry and buy ...
CLOSER UNIONISM Important Mergers Indicated [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
CLOSER UNIONISM Important Mergers Indicated One of the effects of the general trade depression has been to turn some of the smaller trade employes' organisa tions towards the question of closer in dustrial unionism. Many of the craft unions will, it is believed, be unable to survive the crisii, and it is being claimed that tney will Help to protect their interests by amalgamating with the more powerful bodies. This is being shown in the cases of the metal in dustry the building industry, and gene ral workers' unions. The Australian Workers' Union has, it is stated, the most comprehensive arrangement for including a wide range of industrial workers, and, in addition co the eflorts being made for the Coal Miners' Federation to join up with the A.W.U.. the Water Board Employes' Union, with 7,000 members in Sydney. is stated to be negotiating for the same purpose. It is also proposed to confer with the federal council of the Aus tralian Railways Union in Melbourne at an early date regar...
SOCIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
SOCIAL NOTES CONDUCTED Br 'IDR.V Kcporis of Weddings and other ftems intended for insertion tn tnc Social Column of 'The Advertbw' should be forvrarded as earl; as possible. All invitations and com munications in connection witli purely social matters, in order to avoid dels* and confusion, should be addressed to tne Social Editress. Mrs. Ian Hayorard, of Saltram-road, Glenelg, is in Melbourne on a visit. Miss Nancy Cocking, of Millswood, is spending a holiday with her brother, Mr. Raymond Cocking, at Loxton. Mr. and Mrs. H. Allan Morris have returned to North Adelaide alter spend ing a holiday at Victor Harbour. Mr and Mrs. I». Tanner-Pearse left on Thursday by the Karoola for Syd ney, where they will spend three months' holiday. Mrs. Keys, of Perth, is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Loan, the Rectory. WoodviUe. Miss G. Burden, of Mount Barker, is staying with the Rev. and Mrs. F. H. King. Rose Park. Miss B. Longmire. of Snowtovm, is staying at Hfnlev Beach. The Lyceum Club will ...
TIMBER WORKERS' CASE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
TIMBER WORKERS' CASE The secretary of the State branch of ttie Timber Workers' Onion (Mr. C. J. Burge) stated yesterday that he had sent a telegram to his organisation in Melbourne protesting against the threa: that the union would not be re presented in the court when, the appli cation ior a reduction in wages was heard by the Commonwealth Arbitration Court. The threat was made by Mr. Crofts when appearing for the union.
INDUSTRIAL COURT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
INDUSTRIAL COURT Before Mr. President Kelly At noon to-day— Iu the matter of an ap peal against the determination of the Government Storemen end Packers' Board (adjourned hearing). In the matter ot an appeal against the determination of the Government Drivers' and Shunters' Board (adjourned hearing). In tne matter of an appeal against the determination of the Government Carriage Building Board (ad- I Joumed bearing).
CRIMINAL COURT VERDICT OF GUILTY [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
CRIMINAL COURT , VERDICT OF GUILTY On Thursday at the Criminal Court, presided over by the Chief Justice -Sir Oeorge Murray), Jurors returned a ver dict of guilty in the case of Thomas Alfred Cassey (46), tinsmith, of Stratli albyn, who had denied a charge of having indecently assaulted a girl aged »jven years and nve months near Strathalbyn, on January 10 last. Mr. A. L. Pickering (of the Crown Law Department) appeared for the pro secution. The accused was not re presented by counsel. .Evidence for the prosecution was given by the girl, her mother, Miss Priest (of the Women Police Depart ment), and Dr. E. McLaughlin ana Set S. Redpath, of Strathalbyn. The accused, on oath, denied the al legation against him and said that a man, whom he did not know, had told him that another person had assaulted the child. Cassey was remanded until this morning for sentence. Chaise Abandoned Mr. Pickering informed m, wnnnr that the Attorney-General bad declined tojte en information, against Herbert...
MARCH SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
MARCH SESSIONS On Monday the March Criminal Ses sions will be started. Mr. Justice Richards will preside. The calendar comprises 55 cases, 28 of which have been carried over from tiie January sessions, tlte list of which contained 80 cases. The persons to stand then trial, with, the allegations against them, and the order of the business in the ensuing sessions, are as follows:— Monday, at 11 ajn. — Prisoners In gaol will be arraigned and prisoners committed for sentence will be called upon.. Tuesday. 10 ajn. — Norman Jonn Thomas. larceny; Edward Steer, nousebreaking ana larceny; William Hussion, snopbreaklng with intent; Albert James Herrlman. cattle stealing: Leslie Eaton, Sydney Stone, and Lewis Iran. Harrison., larceny. Wednesday, at 10 ajn.— Eoyston Stanford Conrad, fraudulent conversion; Arthur wmiam Reeve Bills, Indecent assault. Thursday, at 10 ajn.— Albert Baxter, sheep stealing; Francis Christopher Hawkins, as sault occasioning actual bodily harm. Tuesday, March 10. at 10 ...
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CLAIM FOR £249 [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
CLAIM FOR £349 Before Mr. W. V. Wray, SJM., in the local Court yesterday, Herbert Sidney Weinert, by his next friend, Carl August Weinert, of Mount Torrcns. claimed £249 damages from August Friedrich Sieismund Thiele, of Bird wood. It was alleged that by reason of tae negligence oi inieie or i:is ser vant, Thiele's motor car had collided with Weinert's bicycle on September 1, causing personal and other injuries. Thiele pleaded not guilty, and alleged contributor}' negligence on the part of Weinert. Mr. F. G. Hicks appeared for Weinert. and Mr. E. A. Genders for Thiele. Judgment was reserved.
LABOR NEWS WHAT OF THE FUTURE? INFLATION CONDEMNED BY UNION PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 27 February 1931
LABOR NEWS WHAT OF THE FUTURE? INFLATION CONDEMNED BY UNION PRESIDENT The ptcsidect ct the Adelaide branch of ;he Aosaalian Government Workers' Associ*tJon (Mr. W. J. W. Wame. MJPJ lias deaUt with the industrial position in a statement issued to members. He savs tiiat Soutii Australia's position is dye to disabil:::es arising out of federa tion. Vze »ar, over borrowing, con UK-jm oencit in st&t« accounts, un I»\or«i-le seasons, and the shrinkage of oar naiiacaJ a:come oue :o the falling prices of our exports. 'We Have been told.' he states, 'that inflation o: the note issue will cure all we- economic Ute, but even to the mo6t CMSua) observer it must be obvious that. Uic cure would be worse than the com p^~t.' Tlie present Lsbor Government. Atr. \S'irrK- adacd. iiad come in for r lot of bimc :u cor.noo! :o:'i -a: til tlie rcduc iw.o'. w.i:cs Surr'.y -Im^ who sioppod uy t:ia:k nr.M ::!;o(tnt.i;:u tlia: tlic rt? d;jc:iora- :-ad bocii 'iiiicic by I'm Arb; tr»tion Court*., by :!'...