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MORE SQUANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

MORÉ SQUANDER. ' 'PïernW S*nrcv succeeded in raîs inir 'x irui of «K and a half million

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
FIRST STEADIER LAUNCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

FIRST STEADIER LAUNCHED. ... . .. I The first ¡passenger steamer of "* ' 12,000 tohs , for the Australian-Xjov? ernment vwas launched at Barrow by.'. Vickers Ltd:, and christened1 the Moreton "Bay by-Mrs. Storey. '^ 1 - , t -*

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

.. CRICKET. I l -s » i The Australian cricketers statt 'practice this week. Armsrrong ¿lates' \ his team is'fit and well and prepared -- for a strenuous campalgu He decs . , not expect his men to' score as ihcy did on fine Australian wickeis, birt he was confident the team would come up to expectations.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GERMAN APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

* THE GERMAN APPEAL. A Berlin.message states that Ger^ LT many's appeal .to America caused the ' J most dramatic surprise since the, mil- ;' itary collapse in the war.-; The Cabi- net acted without consulting ¿ party leaders. Count Bernsdorff, " cx-am- ' .' i bassador at Washington) regards the; \_ proposal as {lie only practical solu- . . tion. Without America ^reparation in ^ the form of cash would be îrapos- ' sible. . The conservative press holly condemn the surrender to America, ^ regarding it as an act t)f desperation, A'new"German note is being' sent lo ' " i the Reparation' Commission. - ,

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FRENCH BRAG. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

FRENCH BRAG.. v The French v. Premier interviewed v in Paris said : We sha'l v seize Ger manyV assets ' which* ^wlth the wholey , economic resources of the Empire ^ shall be a .guarantee .foi » payment tof » ^»-» the^delSt.^^er.many.y QV>¡Tinsidious^ * -pío>átan^aten^¿v^^^loOraoiv©*l-^-. the friendship^ amprigt the^llies «-mv ' \ the hope ^of'delaying payment France % is resolutely determined to compel v - respect for the Versailles Treaty. ___L i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

After the Pictures, or Before, havea j Cooler at I VICTORS i I , Most Popular Drinks in Town all off The Ice CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO & CIGARETTES Come; along-A Trial Solicited. Try niy Lemon and Orange Squash. VICTOR'S. Tin Not«! How - Australian Cafe Chin Kit and* Co., Proprietors. . V Cavenagh Street, Darwin. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Customers and Patrons are Assured of Civility and Clean Service. \ . | - Dinners and Suppers Provided. - Soft Drinks Always on the Ice. For Late Suppers Ring up Phone 62. ' Don't Forget to^ Drop into Alipio's Saloon when yon want a Hair Cut or a Good Shave Curios a Specialty Shells Cleaned and Polished -_¿z_ \ Birlo« Boarding Hone Cavenagh Street, Darwin TERMS MODERATE Good Board and Lodging The Don Pictures Darwin's Only Amusement ' At the Stadium every SATURDAY NIGHT Box Plan at Adams & Foster's The Best and Latest Films Received Regularly P. .CLARKE, CAR 87. Telephone Nos. 121 and 90. ~ S. Drysdale, GENERAL .CARRIER, -T- C IÎ4 MILE. - TEL...

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TENNIS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

TENNIS NOTES. Three iiUvics^ng matches took place on Saturday last, when B.A.T. J 2, B.A.T. i and Church clubs were ' successful. B.A.T. 2 scored a. more or less easy victory oveV Parap by 4 rubbers to nil. McKenzie anil Nixon did ' great work for the winners. For the losers Marsh did his best bu:: re- quired a lot more help from the ot- hers in the team. Scores : McKenzie and Nixon v. : Marsh and Ashton 6-1, 0-2 ; Lemon ¡and Storey v. Coulston and Young, 16-4, 6-1 ; McKenzie v. Marsh 6-4, 6-2 ; Nixon v. Ashton 6-0, 6-2. j B.A.T. 1 had a harder tussle to de- feat Town 1-3 rubbers to 1, Lawrie playing particularly well for the B.A.T. Dennis and Lawrie v. Wal- ker and Gurney 6-5, 6-4 ; Harris and Daly v. Frost and Godfrey 3-6, 6-4, 2-6 ; Dennis v. Walker 6-3, 6-2 ; Harris v. Gurney 6-0, 6-1. Town 2 suffered a similar defeat at the hands of the Church Club. The Rev. Mr. Hof gave a good exhibition of tennis while Roberts and McDon- ald played well for Town. Kentish and Hof v. Roberts an...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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LOSS OF LIFE FEARED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

LÖSS OF LIFE FEARED. The Harbourmaster at Cooktown ! reports a cyclone experience at Bar- ' ron. Point. The Flinders, the ketch Alert and several other vessels were dismasted. Each sunk at Clarke Is- land Reef, another at Barron Point. The Government steamer ' was sent to assist. _ Loss of life is feared. !

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TURNING THE SCREW. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

TURNING THE SCREW. It is freely rumored in Sydney that the whole Cockotoo Island Dock- yards are to close down at the end of the week pending inquiry into ser- ious allegations ' concerning the works. The whole salaried staff have been giv-*n a fortnight's notie*.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
MORE LOANS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

MORE LOANS. South Australia and Tasmania are endeavoring to float a joint loan in London. -

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Open Column. (We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed by correspondents.) THE CLEARING FIZZLE. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

Open Column. (We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed by correspondents.) THE CLEARING FIZZLE. (To the Editor )~ Sir,-I saw the "Whine's" distort- ed article on the cost of clearing the fanny. Bay aeroplane landing ground, tor the first time in your issue of yesterday. Anyone who worked on this job will know that the article is a lie. In the first place the rate of pay was that obtaining at the time for casual work, viz., 4s per hour, not as the "Whines" states 5s per hour. The reason for claiming the casual rate was it was to be a rush job, as international aviators were expected at any time. The work performed in the limited time was well worth the money expended on it, which I un- derstand was in the region of £500, instead of the £767 as stated by your contemporary. Besides the two huge trees which had to be rooted up and sawn into lengths so that the teams could haul them away, there was a mound of earth about twelve feet high to remove, this must have con- tained eas...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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WHEAT AND WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

WHEAT AND WOOL. It is authoratively stated in Mel- bourne that wheat pools will be abol- ished with the present crop. There is a^ serious position of the wool trade and there is a danger of com- plete collapse of the market. It will be considered by the Federal Cabin- et. The Ministry propose to intro- duce legislation dealing with the problem.

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INTEREST IN THE ABOS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

INTEREST IN THE ABOS. A deputation from the Presbyter- ian Synod of Victoria waited on the Minister for Home and Territories regarding the condition of children of aboriginal half castes and other mixed blood- living in the Northern Territory, without proper moral or industrial training and stated among other things that all the half castes children under l8 years of age should be removed in certain localities to mission reserves or institutions for training and general oversight. The establishment of medical institutions to deal with the diseased and infirm aboriginals was also recommended. The Minister who leaves today for the Territory undertook to consult the Administrator and see what might be done.

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MINISTERS OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

MINISTERS OFF. I - I I During Hughes' absence Cook j I trill be acting Prime Minister, j I Hughes leaves Melbourne to-day. j

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NO REDUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

NO REDUCTIONS. The British budget discloses no re- ductions in taxation or no new tax- ation. There will be no remission of taxation until economics are secured.

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A CAVE-IN AT LAST. NEGOTIATIONS WITH SINN FEIN. IS PHARAOH'S HEART REALLY SOFTENED? A RAY OF HOPE. (Latest) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

A CAVE-IN AT LAST. NEGOTIATIONS WITH SINN FEIN. IS PHARAOH'S HEART REALLY SOFTENED? A RAY OF.HOPE. (Latest) Lolyd George has commissioned Lord Derby, formerly Ambassador to France to approach the Sinn Fein leaders and endeavour to find a common ground for negotiations for an Irish settlement.- Lord Derby in- terviewed Cardinal Logue and then went through Ireland incognito. His movements are shrouded in the strict- est secrecy. Lord Derby had along interview with President de Valera but the result is undisclosed. .

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Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Latest Telegrams WIN FOR W. A. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

Latest Telegrams WIN FOR W. A. The eight-oar championship of Australia was rowed at Launceston on Monday; Western Australia won by a length from Tasmania, with Vic- toria 3rd, South Australia 4th, Queensland 5th, New South Wales last.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

CRICKET. < The Australians started practice on Lords on Tuesday. The first match on Saturday is against Leicester.

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SERIOUS HITCH. Latest. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

SERIOUS HITCH. Latest. While it was generally believed there was a glimmer of hope of a coal settlement owing to the owner,' new terms an official order to raiT way men not to handle coal is a most disturbing element. The Minister for ("Transport, Geddes, said the railway omen's action must only be interpret;' ed as an attempt to starve the nation. ¡p. No Government could allow the nat- ion to be coerced.

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ANNEXATION WITH GERMANY FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 April 1921

ANNEXATION WITH GERMANY FAVORED. ^1 » ? « A message from Innsbruck, states >. that the Tyrol plebiscite resulted in 112,000 votes favoring annexation by Germany and 15,000 against. The .. plebiscite was unauthorised. The Allies will not permit the union.

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