Dickes, Ernest Walter, 41, govt worker, CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR, exempted by tribunal, Times (London) 2 Nov 1916, p24

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Kfi CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR' AT THE ADMIRALTY. r uinriHmi uhn waa asked bv SlB H. Dalrdxl (Kirkcaldy. L.) if Rrnest Walter Dickea. who was employed by the Admiralty at A salary of 485 par nl, and who recently PPered before tte Lambeth Tribunal as a conscientious objector, was the ne Brneat Walter Dickea who. when oeptwy eaamer Portsmouth Dockyard, was ordered to leave that LeJd nut of the Question, Mr. Dicks was tried at - I Military Authority on a charge of having a crtiflct B posseasioe, and. sfter the case Military Authority issued a notice prohibiting Mr. Dickea from remaining in UM neignoournooa OI ronr mouth. As regards thelast part of the Dickea has been retained because, aftaccarrful review service. He is, 1 should say, an estlished Civil thejwiui He is now employed in the Accountant - General's De - paruneni ..iTil from ,i.nd(.nu of deceased sailors. He was exempted as a conscientious objector by the Lambeth Tribunal, subject to the proviso that he should undertake work which, not being under mili - ed the tribunal that they could not recommend any work of national importance more useful for the prosecution of the war than that in which.be is at present engaged, the National Importance have informed tl Dickea from military service, and the question of his Sib H. Dalztri, gave notice that he would call attention to this matter.

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  1. The Times,
  2. 02 Nov 1916, Thu,
  3. Page 24

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  • — Dickes, Ernest Walter, 41, govt worker, CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR, exempted by tribunal, Times (London) 2 Nov 1916, p24

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