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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

HULP0! Still in the Running and going strong after ,. , * \ -' lJ ¿ ! . . í:-i4ípSix Years -ANDY CANT, , GRNERAL CARTER i \ : WOOD STiíEhT, DARWIN A Gall at any time is always Welcome and received with : * . all civility and Prompt Attention »Phone No. 78 « %

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
REMARKABLE ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

REMARKABLE /ESCAPE. ' Dublin is wildly excited oVer1 a re- j port that Francis Teeling^ who ' was sentenced' to< death for the alleged murder,, of Lieut, English- on, Novem bcr'2/ has escaped fromHhe Kilmain ham gaol.'/ * ¡Military authorities are ticcnt in regard to the matter. ' The " Star " r says that though the milit arv authorities . are still * silent"* it ' Ss generally believed , that a party ot called Vat the gaol and presented a /mock soldiers -led1 by'bogss officers, bogus warrant whereupon Tecling and two untried ^prisoner» w<ve hand« , ed over without'Memur.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WAYS OF THE HUN. CIVILIANS SLAUGHTERED. THE SAFETY OF DEMOCRACY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

VÍTHB¿WAY8ÍOF¿HE'HUN^ '-»CIVILIANS SLAUGHTERED. THE SAFETY OF .DEMOCRACY ' A large n force ' of ' military sur rounded .a party -of civilians at Mournfe Abbey, near Mallow, or Wednesday. , The civilians refusée to surrender and a sharp battle re-% suled, seven civilians being killed, five » wounded, and four», arrested. There were no military' casualties. »' i

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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PITCHED BATTLE. THE PRICE OF FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

?¿¿/a Asi ~¡rzix*ji-y^f; .¿K* Í1 .P^CHED BATTLEi ïtHÈ^PRÏÇE'W FREEDOM.« -»" f I Aíparty,of republicans ambushed a trainTat" Inneshannon. -" * A? party of forty"4 militaryv% men m one train re-, plied",to'the fire Six soldiers ' w^re wounded and two Republican and six. passengers were killed, and two 'rail- way 5 officials ,and several, passengers woutfded> '.' ^W V < .,r '

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
IRELAND'S S RUGGLE FOR FREEDOM. FEARLESS PATRIOTS. THE "TIMES "GIVES WARNING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

ÎRÈLANbrS . S. RÜÜGUE > ; ^ FOR FREEDOM. ; ' \ I FEARLESS PATRIOTS. . ,i THE "TIMES "GIVES ,' l WARNING. ¡ * J ^ *l The jlrish situation has again be- came sharply ^acute. The republican army is developing great daring and enterprise, coming out in '* the open and attacking in large numbers. Bod /ies of 300 men and more are fcarles ly advancing in daylight for ambush- es, raids and other guerilla warfare London "Times" regards the situa 1 tion as practically beyond ecclesiasti- cal control, and urges immediate al- teration in the present * scandalou methods of administration. Mi Beale, manager of a firm of Corl wine'merchants has been found mur - derèd. Attached to his neck was : card inscribed : " Converted spy, pen- alty for associating with auxiliaries,' black, and tans and police,' beware. * 1 *

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Cable and Telegraph News. HOUSE OF COMMONS OPENED THE OLD CARROTS LABOR AMENDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

; Cable and Telegraph News.: /HOUSE OF. COMMONS . ';.', ' V OPENED _ '. 'THE OLD CARROTS l * ¿ LABOR-AMENDMENT. "v; ^Cabï^ram^ ^Ke'"^penirti^î ^qíj^h^B^ ¿;Kin¿^Ut^ jíjnjqmisí^^l^ A';./töng!^ ^príraTo^ ^ine&s^es'^fó^ '^inent^^ .;íiiot;c£|óí^ir

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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THE "STANDARD" LEXICON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

THE "»TANDAftD* LEXICON. (By Jolanan Jnnr). Patriotism-A tenu anciently used to ' express love of one's country and embodying high and ansdftsh mo» fives without consideration for personal fame or mercenery or popular reward. Now the term nsed by folks who ha«* graduated i in cant when referring to the ef- forts of those ^rho Rustle to save the profiteers and manipulators of other countries and thereby im- pose 'pains and penalties o$ their own., Anything that matea yon sniff when yon hear Its name maw tioned. Much in nae amongst wO»~w men who prefer poodles to child- / ren and a daub of paint to too blush of domestic work. PoPtician- An expert in the art of "the harmony of colors." A per person «ho hat developed con« sidtraUe lung power» great COOK J plaisance and abnormal ambition, and wherewithal is addicted:to men- j !tabhydroccphalnsord}stryts4on' tof I the had. Canica the emblem of ' pauperism on the watch «tern* as sames a gase and tone of sente** tiousness» and is fully tosu...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

VESTEYS FOOTBALL CLUB 4 , / ' ?- ' -"* jr'> ''' ; ^ .% , MEETING of the above Club Will be held in the TOWN" HALL, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 23rdinst. at 8 p.rai i 1, ,,' ..* . 'Business affecting the intereses of the-Club vitally: All who can at- tend are assured of a hearty welcome . .' \ " H. wj BLYTH, '. \' \ -Hon; Secretary. ------------ MRS. BUSCALL Milliner, Dressmaker, etc. Smith Street Darwin, Latest Style and Best>Work Men's'Shirts and Underwear '?' , ' Made to Order ". ,;. A Trial Rtspectfully Solicited Billiards ! Bílliarés Step in any time and enjoy a game of Billiards on a FIRST-CLASS TABLE Competent and Attentive Marker TWTABLES ^ Terminus Hotel Rooms 7 . E. LEE,Proprieto

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

.,: J WING CHEONG SING & 00, Tailors and Outfitters BENNETT STREET. DARWIN .-,'.' t I i ' Clothing made to Order at Reasonable Charges rr Quality and Style Guaranteed All Kinds of European Goods on Hand ?0/4 ' A Large Supply of Chinese Silk in Stocks Telephone No. is. Established 1885: HULLO ! Still in the Running and going strong after . Six Years ANDY CANT, GENERAL CASTER WOOD STREIT, DARWIN A Call at, any time is always Welcome and received,with all civility and Prompt Attention Thone No. 78 FANNIE BAY WOOD DEPOT. ", rtta^ta*M«MAäa*Mr Shirley Miles, Jnr. LICENSED CARRIER, FURNITURE REMOVER, TIMBER GETTER & GENERAL CONTRACTOR Prompt Delivery. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Telephone No.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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"N. STANDARD" HEADING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

"N. STANDARD" HEADING. Amongst the.articles not yet- ar- rived is the #M Northern Standard* heading. The present improvised heading will give place to the proper^! one in due course. *

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WANTED TO HIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

1 r * * . WANTED TO HIRE. * Wanted to Hire for^ three months, good 1 steady* 'SÀDDLÈ^'^HORSÉ. Must be in good, condition. * Apply Editor th s paper, > í , ^ * _* * . ^ ii '

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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METAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

METAL QUOTATIONS. The Mines Department Ijas kindly supplied us with die following metal quotes received on Friday :- Cop- per standard'spot» £71/8/9 ;tfiree months, £71/16/;;; dettrohc, X78 Tin,, standard spot, f 168/2/3 I three I months, £i7s/¿'6 ; Molybdenite, per unit, £*; Wolfram per taut 15/«

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
CHURCH TENNIS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

CHURCH TENNIS, CLUB Members are advised that the AN- NUAL GENERAL MEETING of I the abotëAtkib-will-be field in the ' ?Palmerston*institute, on TUESDAY NEXT, the 22nd inst, at 8.15 p.m. As important business Is to be dis- cussed, kindly do your utmost to b« present. .> ' s ' Ki \i }~ H. G. BUTLER,^ Acting Hon. Secretaary. 'h' i ' * \ ' s 1 - »

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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RALPH FRENCH BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

RALPH FRENCH BENEFIT. f Before^ winding this matter up I must'thank all those who contributed to the success of the above. I refer particularly to the following :-The ¡ NortliWri Standard and N.T Times for' printing and advertising. The N.A. Meat Co. Ltd., for granting of passage money. The various Clubs" and N.T. football League for indivi- dual and collective support. Those responsible for the selling of tickets. | Messrs. Adams and Foster for book- ing seats The Don Picture Co., for the use of their Stadium, etc. The engineers, doorkeepers, ushrs and all assistants at the picture show. Those who contributed to the musical por- tion of the programme, and to '? all .those who patronised the effort 1 my thanks ' ''r V t | I have much pleasure in submit- ting'the following balance sheet :-. RECEIPTS. * ' Proceeds from,sale.of.. tickets, etc .\ - ?.. 47 J^7l 6 w Vesteys F.C. i^..' ../\S&2lox ) Wanderers" F.C. .*. ^. '.S * £ a ^0 * J Waratah F.C. v {.?V.. ^ .aia'ÏÎ NT. Football...

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Penny Wise [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

Penny Wie Much holy horror has been txpress«, ,e'd at the alleged annual deficit in, r connection with Territory financée/ and this has been made a stalking V>£orse for the purpose of e^onerat ^g. the Authorities on their dereli- ction of duty in leaving the people of the interior to shift' fcr themselves. ít is hoped that by some' feat of leg «rdemain the rural industries of the <ountry will thrive and fructify with- out railways and roads; and that set- tlement will take place just as if some .decent .effort were being made to «ater for general progress. We have *o doubt but the marshes ami moun- tains cf Czecho-Slavolcia; Siberia and Poland are at present better supplied with the sine qua non cf develop ' cícnt and progress, ai tile expense of ths taxpayers cf the British Empire, than the Territory about whose deficit so much verbal and written camou flagc has been conjured into opera- tion. We have a railway service inland ; what a railway t service ! It 1 runs its...

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A Storm Prevented. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

1 V r, M I A Storm Prevented. ?f i ! If there was any meaning in the presence of a huge and "enthusiastic r- V H gathering to say farewell to Mayor Toupein on Wednesday evening, and in the plain talk of jar. Nelson, the Mayor himself» and other speakers, it surely is that the whole commun- ity support the courageous and loyal stand taken by Mr. Toupein in hon- oring his pledge, that he should refuse to pay Income Tax until the Govern- ment honored its promise to the late Deputy administrator, that it would give reasonable representation to the Territory in the Federal Parliament. It is because Mr. Smith, the Deputy Administrator to whom the promise was made, and which has never been redeemed, is an honerable man, that he refused to accept the offered posi- tion of a further appointment? and on «that grounds alone Mr. Toupein could feel that his repudiation of lia- bility for taxation without represen- tation was placing him in very good company and was not onlyjustified but self-sac...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

S. Drysdale, GENERAL CARRIER, . , 2 Vi Mile. Telephone, K6 Orders Promptly Atteadedto Australian Cafe Ghin Kit «lid Co., Proprietors Cavenagh St. Darwin Meals at al! Hours _ Customers and Patrons are Assured of Civility and > " Clean Service Dinnersand Suppers Supplied Soft Drink's always on Ice For Late Suppers Riug up Thone 62 < ._;_ ! Toey Sing Loohg &Co., (Opposite Terminus Hotel), \ '" TAILORS DRAPERS AND , .. MERCERS .Cavenagh Street, isanrin. .Large Stocks of Suitings . Shirtings a Specialty Men's Hats, Boots, Shirts and Socks. ' Ladies' Shoes and Kimonas, Gents'' Silk Shirts and Kimona*, ^Dungarees Cheese Cloth Netting. ' J ; 7" Dress adapted for use of natives. * DR. CE. HILL, ?' . DENTAL SURGEON Specialist in Crown and Bridge ; work* May' be consulted at-H* rooms at the cottage Between Commercial Bank an4 Victoria HoteL n i Charges^ Moderate. ' HOURS-rDai y 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. . Telephone No. 93. / W.D.Gordon : 1 , GENERAL CARRIER, (Next Door to W. Metta...

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Bullseyes [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

Bullseyes , (BY MARKSMAN). . The only class of IJboi which is j underpaid nowadays is 'hard labor,' j yet itfis justly requited. j. t-The man'who, at the sacrifice1 of his . own'interests, devotes himself to .those of others, will never die so sud- denly that he will not-live to regret it |V-'-.' ' . -, . -. i I, 'v»» .. «U.I.J ? ir> irir i . . ' \ . , . ' . > " ' Life is at thejsame time a tragedy,', a drama, a comedy, and1 a farce/'and no rehearsing is ' necessary for even the humblestv actor/ . .' ' . . ' ' The human mind is most active in extremes, even when' opposite. At no ' time can the poet, orator or litera- I tteur emit such scintillations of genius as in extreme happiness ; nor such' touching^ logic as when ia tears. ' . . . , . . \' It is said that love is heaven. Then heaven is a precarious thing. If there is hitman love worthy the name it is but a flame of kindness, for -when kindness disappears all that is left is hate. ; * . " . . What is referred io so often a...

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COMPULSORY CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

¿COMPULSORY CONFERENCE. ¿ ' 'Justice Powers has ^ intervened iiñf' eryencd. in the shipping trouble by ?ailing . a conference; of shipowners ..fid the:Seamen?s Union Executive at Melbourne to-day. His Honor said "ie feels'; bound Jp call, a compulsory :onfcrenc as both parties have had a chance to> settle the dispute and have failed to do so. The last award of 'the court has expired and parties arc working under an agreement not fil- ed in.the court. The, employers say they; are not' locking cut their em- ployees, they only wantt them to ag ree to fair conditions and to,be allow« ed to manage' their-own businesses. The employees jsay- they are not striking and are'ready to work on fájr conditions. The parties will not confer or attempt any real settlement and the community is suffering sev erely because neither side will give way.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

Budgen's Motor Garage Í '' ' ' Cars No's 50, 65, & 79 Three Crack Drivers All Hours AH Distances Ring Telephone 91

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