UNION SECRETARY'S PUNISHMENT. (UMTTBD PBESS 1880CIATI0S—BT ELBCTEIO telegraph—copybiqht.) (Beceived October 3rd, 1.15 a.m.) SYDNEY, October 2. • Judge Beeby, as Royal Commissioner who enquired recently whether Jacob Johnson, former secretary of the Seamen's Union, was wrongly convicted for inciting the crew of the steamer Barwon to strike in 1922, for which he served 4* months' imprisonment, found that there had been no miscarriage of justice on that occasion and the conviction was thus sustained.
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CONVICTION UPHELD., Press, Volume LXVII, Issue 20358, 3 October 1931
CONVICTION UPHELD. Press, Volume LXVII, Issue 20358, 3 October 1931
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