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AN OPPORTUNE DENUNCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 30 April 1921
AN OPPORTUNE DENUNCIA- TION, j Tht telegraphed remarks on the sectarian scourge, recently made by the Lord Mayor of Sydney, and the Acting Premier, Mr. Dooley, should carry the weight they deserve. TUis JJ monster of sectarian hate is not only a foul crime in itself, but it is thc ijjcauft-the vile and unscrupulous means-by .which designers achieve their ignoble ends, and accordingly victimise. the public, and even-their own foolish agents and tools. It is and has long been the tramp card of j political designers by which they set 'class against class, sect against sect and family against family-dividing the citizens who, in reality have common interests, and so using them for their own ends. The principle of "Divide and rule" is that which un- derlies the sectarian game, for. we be- lieve in our hearts that there is act- ually .very little of this poison a mongst or between religious sects as far as religious training and environ- ment go. It is the wretched scribb- lers in the vit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 30 April 1921
DARWIN RIFLE CLUB. GENERAL MEETING. . A General Meeting of the Darwin Rifle Club will be held at MR. MIL- LIGAN'S RESIDENCE at 8 p.m. on MONDAY EVENING NEXT. Members and intending members are requested to attend. W. WIDDUP, I Hon. Secretary. AUCTION. At CARLS* BEACH, n tm. Wed- nesday, May 4th, iosi. By order of the Bailiff of the Local r Court at Darwin, E. V. Vv Brown will [ sell by Public Auction 28 bags of Beche-de-mer. Without Reserve. E. V.V.BROWN, Auctioneer. ..f, . -!-! TO CRICKETERS A GENERAL MEETING of the Darwin Cricket Association will be held at the E. S. & A. Bank on WEDNESDAY EVENING Next, at 8 p.m. All interested are . invited to at- tend. Matches commence about May 14. A. J. CRACKNELL, Hon. Secretary. AUCTION SALE. SATURDAY, 2.30 p.m. at GRIBBON'S MART. Cane chairs, kitchen tables, cane and ordinary tables, dressing tables, wash stand and toilet sets, single beds, kitchen utensils and sundries. George S evens & ¡ Julius Luz, BUTCHERS PINE "CREEK All ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
A. E. JOLLY & Coy. (ESTABLISHED 1883.) f ?' General Merchants & Importers SHIPP1ÑQ, STATION, INSURANCE and GENERAL ? » . ? " COMMISSION AGENTS ¡ . ? CORNER OF SMITH AND BENNETT STREETS A Large and Varied Assortment of ; '' (. .. . GROCERIES, DRAPERY' BOOTS and SHOpS, Harness and other Leather Goods ' MINING TOOLS, J ,V CANVAS, PNOPES, etc., etc. Always on Hand ' 'reah Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc.. Arriving by Every Boat \ .?' .1- T ? -. ? . A E. JOLLY ?r Coy., The Corner Store v WING WAH LOONG anil Go. IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. FRESH SHIPMENTS OF GROCERIES & PROVISIONS EVERY =-_v -BOAT.- .. ,:;.:j^;l^ü!¿^i A Large Assortment of 'Drapery, Footwear, Tobaccos, Pipes, Cigars and Cigarettes always on hand. Fancy Work Çoods, Chinese Silver, Ivory and Pearlshell: Novelties in Variety. ."? y- . ? Chineee Silks-A Fine New Assortment Just to Hand. BRANCHES AT-Pine Creek, Northern Territory ; Broome, W. A. ; . Sydney, N.S.W. ' WING WAH LOONG &...
THINGS THAT MATTER. (Contributed by Ex-Ralway Man.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
THINGS THAT MATTER. (Contributed by Ex-Ralway Man.) j The all absorbing question at the present time, (now that common sense has prevailed at the meat works) is, the approach of Minister Poynton.. Np doubt those people who should be "citizens" will bom- bard him with questions; and. there is no doubt that^thcy will be answer- ed, as only a politician can answer. But nevertheless there will be those amongst us who will subject all the Ministerial replies to the acid test, and if found to be in reality "Brum- magem,' will demand the "dinkum oil." It is hoped that the committee representing all interests, (which was wisely suggested in your paper) materializes and will present a unit- ed front while dealing with the many iniquitous anomalies and" grievances, which the unfortunate people of the Territory have been subjected to ever since the ~ Federal Government snatched and broke the reins that were guiding the destiny of this un devoped Territory. However, it is considered good fishin...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
r The comment of Alice Stopword : :i Green bri Sir Hamar'.'Green wood's ; ,t.. weekly' indiëméht tb \ outi age, puts the matter clearly. "The Weekly , Summary,*', she wrote, '!a confidential newspaper issued by the Chief Sec-., retary for officers and police, reveals- ., thc qualityof thc Castle mind. Plain cituens who live outside;; thc -barbed wire hear with amazement informa-, tion that conies, from behind it:* 'Plots' shadowed-out but never re- vealed; expected 'risings' on fixed dates, planned and prepared fo*r only in the Castle; supposed 'murder' gangs .who 'terrorize' thc whole pop-* ulation; lists of alleged 'assassins' in ... which every detail given by the Castle ¡is false. When the Government cuts I off the body of\ citizens from free ;dom and intercourse, its information as to. tlie country will-certainly, be bad. The tragic inaccuracy of official . . information has been too well proved by the deaths of innocent men. Vio-, lenee is one of the signs of lack of ' knowled...
THE FRENCH BLUDGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
THE FRENCH BLUDGEON. I The French Premier and Marshal! |6ch are tn London. The Suprême Qouncil in France is awaiting the re- sult oí tiie conierence with conhdencc lacie is no likelihood of a i re sa offer r.niviii¿ in time to preval a trench advance into Ruhr. Briand remarked, when leaving Paris for London : I have full confidence that at last we arc going to end it all. The French Chamber of Deputies passed j a bill calling up soldiers and sailors for re-enlistment, also reservists.
THE WAR IN IRELAND PEACE PROSPECTS BRIGHT. DERBY TO VISIT AGAIN. CARDINAL AS ENGLISH PROPAGANDIST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
THE WAR IN IRELAND PEACE PROSPECTS BRIGHT. DERBY TO VISIT AGAIN. CARDINAL AS-ENGLISH PRO- PAGANDIST. : Prospects of peace with Ireland are said to be bright. . Lord Derby who recently paid a secret visit to Ire- land had a long interview with Lloyd George. ; Lord Derby will go to Dublin again in a few days with def- inite proposals and will meet De Val- era. Lord Derby says he is profound-. [y impressed with the high purpose md manifest desire for peace among [enders who were, hitherto regarded ll extremists. ; Cardinal Logue, in a remarkable ipeech, denounced crime and said [rishmcn would obtain everything necessary but would not achieve a .epubh'c so long as England had men o fight. He declared a full measure >f self government should satisfy reland.
WHEAT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
WHEAT BOARD. Thc Australian Wheat Board re- fuses to reduce theprice of wheat for local consumption. The. price is still gs per bushel while Germany, South Africa, and the Far East are receiv- ing it for 7s. v Representatives of the Victorian and South Australian Governments fought for a revised price but was voted out by the farmers* represent- atives.
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc.' Thc " Northern Standard " aims at j bein«; thoroughly representative of the Northern Territory and with this, end in view - welcomes correspon- dence, from all outlying, centres. No matter how opposed to our 1 views free discussion is permitted in our columns, so long as it .is not ab- usive and refers to matters ot general interest. . .Any complaints in regard to non receipt of paper should be reported to .:, at once. We will do our best to remedy them. v '\re would be-grateful to our.-friend** for their good- offices - with>neigk ? i) mn. in obtaining fresh subscribers, etc., and in helping to add to the power for good of tht people's own newspaper. . Secretaries of the! various Clubs : and institutions are invited to *for -.1: cvindenfed reports of proceed- ings at^meetings, etc and we will be .pleased ;to : : send: a - representative t o any important; function when -duly notified.. i 1 Our telephone number is I io, &nd a - ring up will . secu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
Dr. G. E. HILL DENTAL SURGEON . Specialist in Crown and Bride« work. . ' May.be consulted; at rooms " 1 ' ' - at the cottage* - Between Commercial Bank and Victoria Hotel. ' ( -Charger Moderate, HOURS-Dai y 9 a¿m. to. j6cp.ro.. . ^« Telephone No. 93.' ; ' '.-V."».ra«
THE RUHR GRAB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
THE RÜHR GRAB. From semi-official French sources it has be«; ascertained that agree- ment between:the Allies is_ becoming still more complété regarding ' the German situation. , Allied experts be- ' Heve the occupation of Ruhr by the Allies will yield two/ million gold marks annually.
Open Column. (We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed by correspondents.) OPIUM AND COLORED TRAFFIC. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
! Open Column. (Wt do not necessarily endorse the views expressed by correspondents.) OPIUM AND COLORED TRAFFIC. (To the Editor). I Sir,-I wish io endo»si« all »our Brock's Creek correspondent says in I your issue of the 16th instant, re Blacks,. Chinese, and the opium curse It is a fact well known to most bush 'men between the Katherine and Dar ¡ win, that certain Chinese travel by rail up and down the line hawking opium charcoal, handing the stuff out. only to certain nat*ves they think they can trust, who collect thc cash from the others. This fact is well-known to the po- lice and protectors, who hitherto don't seem to have made the slightest effort to stop the practise. I always understood that it was breaking the law for Asiatics to employ aborig- inals, but it is done frc ir. Volfram camp to Darwin, whereever a couple of Asiatics are gathered together, and in one particular instance (and I sup- pose there are more) a man who wished to give a native casual work looking after a...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921
BOXING. The boxing contest between Den cio, Phillipino, and Symonds, Eng- land, in Sydney Stadium on Saturday, had a sensational ending. The fight was quiet till the fifth round when Dencio delivered a blow dropping Symonds to thc boards. Symonds appeared, to be in pain and touched his groin with his hand. The doctor examined him and found him uninjur- ed. The referee declared Dencio the winner. Symonds was carried to the dressing room.