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ELECTION OF MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
ELECTION . OF MAYOR, j . £ A special meeting of - the Darwin ¡ fown Council wis held on Thursday ¿térnoon, Councillor' Pearse being otcd to the chair. Only fbur councillors were presents Cr. Cant moved arid Cr. Christie econded that Gr. Burton be appoint-/ :d Mayor for the Y balance . ' of Cr. foupein's term; There ¡being no ither nomination ; Cr. Burton was de Iafed elected 'unanimously. Thc new Mayor returned thanks md after other unimportant business Vas transacted the proceedings tur- binated, i - "~
FIFTH TEST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
, , ' T- / \ v In the fifth test match in Sydney on " ; Friday, &lt; England compiled ¡y 204; Hobbs, J.b.wy b Gregory, 40 ; Rhodes :, c> Cartçfo b Kelleway, 26 ; Makepeace . c Gregory, b Mailey, 3,; Hendren, c ! ; Carter, b Gregory, 5 ; Woolley,, b. : Macdonald, 52 ; Russel, c Gregory, b 1 ? Maileyi 19 ;> Douglas, . not Out, 32 ; ! . Fender, c Gregory, ;b Kelleway, 2 ; ' . Wilson^ c ¡Carter, b Kelleway, s 5 Í Parkin, ' c Taylor, b Ke!lcway"Q ; I Strudwick/ b Gregory, 2 ; Sundries 8. ' Bowling,/ Gregory 3 for; 42, Macdon-' ald\i for 38, Kelleway 4 for 27, .v Mailey '2 for 89. Australia, first in- nings,' Collins; c Fender,,bv Parkin, 5 ; j Bardsley, c Fender, b Douglas, 7 ; MacCartney, not out; 31. ; Taylor, not out, 22 ; sundries 5, total 2 for 70. , : ; No successor has yet been appoint- ed to take Kelleway's place .in : thc Australian .Team for England. > 1" .-..J "V-.--". ? ' ' - .'.:,K.;..-'';
Cable and Telegraph News. (Held over from last Issue ARCHBISHOP SPEAKS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
/ Cable and TelegrajSh News; ; ¡Sí; S'v : , c (Held "over ^from last Issue ^ - I 'I > -- K [j > íá&lt; the House of Lords the Arch- bishop of Canterbury-, drew attention to A the absence of detailed official information* regarding the Crown, re \ prisais in Irelandwhich were shaking? the allegiance of . law abiding people. He said he wa? bewildered regarding Irish affairs. Kot alone in politics but irf ethics and the ordinary abiding principles of right and wrong in pub- lic affairs, justice was impossible. By punishment of ' wrong by commit-^ ting it yourself by killing you can- | ! not cast out devils. / , 1
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
, The "Northern Standard" aims al ; b'.:ing thoroughly representative of¿ i..e Northern Territory and with this ead in view welcomes ?? cprresjfou . uctice from all outlying centres. x No matter how opposed to our views free discussion is permitted in our' columns, so long as it is not ab- ; v.usive : andt refers to matters of r-gincrc! interest 1 v Any complaints in regard,to non . .receipt of paper should be reported to t.t*> . at once. , ' We will do our best to them. Í .\ivivvc would bc grateful to, our- friends for their good offices w:th ne^h LVurSr in obtaining fresh subscribers, J ete., i and in helping to add to the - power for good of the people's own newspaper. . ; ¡, . :*Secretaries of the . various Clubs and instituions. are , invited to 'tor ?.'???A ' J 'condensed reposts of proceed« 'ings at. meetings, etc and we will be : pleased ho send j a representative- to any important function when duly notified. ' ' irt .' v »ur téléphone number is 119, and fi ring'up will ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
Doú't Forget to Drop into Aiipiö's Saloon wíieu you want á Hair Got or a Good Suave y -i Curios a specialty Shells Cleaned and Polisheá THE DON P OTUBES I Darwin's Only Amusement, ^^¡5£ A..' -u.f/.v y v.' .vJT: " i At the Stadium every v SATURDAY NIQHT Box Plan at ndains & Foster's The Best and Latest Films [ Received Regularly After the Pictures, or Béfore, hâve a Cooler at VICTOR'S Most Popular Drinks in Town a&lt;l off the Ice. \ Confet ti'mwry, Tobáceo «Jd Come âlong-a Trial Solicited' /Try my L?mon and Orange 1 Squash , , VICTOR S, TbTNotsd Hi ose YEAN YINd ; ; -1 Nv" Baker, ' ' v CaWnágh Street, Darwin ||jjjt-ClasS Btead, Buns, etc. Qive us a Trial
MORE SAFETY FOR DEMOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
MORE SAFETY FOR DEMO- CRACY. . According to ad versión current in the lobbies of the House of Commons 31 auxiliaries raided a^farm near Trim for arms. They 'looted the place for whisky, money and pic- tures, using the whisky subsequently at a banquet. Five men denounced the proceedings. General' Crozier : investigated the scandal and ordered five arrests.-' -
THE "STANDARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
THÍE . STANDARD n GENERAL ; PLATFORM. ': Besides supplying general news and current critiques thc " Standard " will advocate inter alia, the following : ' The right of Small Nations «and of all Nations. Australiaan Self-Determination at earliest opportune date. / s ¡ Democratic, as' against imperalis- J tic. methods and discontinuance of privileges. ' / The swa v -s of reason . over 'artifice prejudice and might.1 _ / ; Virtues and Merits in Nations and individuals the sole standard of re- ward. ' \ ' \ t/ : .The cherishing oL nationaal sacrK fices and fidelity .int the cause. of liberty. I ' i ? -. Labor ideals, aime! at with full re- gard for religious and moral prin- ciples. * . f t / Abolition of monopolies, and1 secur- ing equal opportunities and ' full re-, suit of effort. ' Freedom of religious thought and the sacredness bf individual' con- science. ' ^ \ Ï * .' Neighbourship and ^brotherhood in religious interrelations - and in social life. , ' ' \ '' Equal educational and. ...
Facts, Freaks and Frauds Focus'd [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
Facts, Freaks and Frauds Focus'd , In a recent case of'stealing some sheets of iron ih' Darwin defendant was .fined £5. On ; \ a : charge y of stealing a few shillings .worth of paint three accused" were committed for trial and the country put to enormous expense. Thc law " Am a hass " truly. ' » . . ' ** . . .The hearing of the larceny case on Wednesday was postponed for a quarter of an hour by the Judge os- tensibly to giv¡e a* tfportunity to barristers to study up> certain points which he said they should be familiar with! JThe pill was silently swal- lowed. ¡]^} . -(» . . ' Accused persons want to have their wits sharpened, in readiness for the routine of the Darwin court I -not- ice the names! bf jurymen are not called out a second , time, as they are " About to be sworn," hence accused have no proper opportunity of chal- lenging. It may seem a trifle', but il ia very important-at le-st so it ris thought in &lt;tvety other court. v-^v'^:.;' '¿7- ?; ^¿'.'J- .¿v.:-"'':...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
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