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AUSTRALIAN CORONATION CORPS. |
The undermentioned non-commissioned officers and men, who have been selected as the South Australian unit of the Australian Coronation Corps, will embark for England in the R.M.S. Rome, which leaves Largs Bay to-day: - Regimental Quartermaster-Sergeant G.H. Goodall. Sergeant J. Walter, Troopers S. R. Jones, H.H. Newbold, J.G. Clarke A. E. Scott, and J. W. Parsons (of the Mounted Rifles), Driver J. Mounsey (Field Artillery), and Gunners T.W. Wilkins, M. J. Dew, and S. H. Mayfield (Permanent Artillery), and Gunner W. Justice (Garrison Artillery), and Private E. W. Bristow (2nd Battalion Infantry).
The following instructions regartling pay of members of the corps have boen re- ceived from headquarters:
In nay case where a member of the Public
Scmce of the Commonwealth t>r State goes ¡is a . member of tlie above corps l«c will not be al- lowed to draw pay from the <orp-i if in receipt of his «italy from the Commonwealth or State Public Service unless tlie pay that be receives from the Public Service is les* than that attached to the position lie holds in the corps, when the difference will be paid to bim from the Aus- tralian Coronation Corps funds. In cases of any members of tlie corps selected from those in South Africa or ir» London, should these members still be on Imperial pay. they will only be allowed to draw pay from the Coronation Corps fund in oases where their ra'tes of Imperial pay are less than that attichcd to their position in the corps, when the difference between the two rates can bo paid them as a eliargc to the Australian Coronation Corps funds.