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THE STRIKE. NEGOTIATIONS BROKEN DOWN. Latest. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

THÉ STRIKE. NEGOTIATIONS BROKEN DOWN. Latest. The coal deadlock is unchanged. The owners announce that negotia- tions have broken .down on a purely political issue. .Horne announced in the/House of Commons that thc Government struggled hard to reach agreeable terms for?bóth parties. Thc I negotiations have ended but the Gov- ernment offer remains open;

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE STRIKE. SETTLEMENT PROBABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Úttlt Cabla» Tatt oVijuiúti» I SETTLEMENT PROBABLE. Prospects, of settlement of the British; strike appear promising. The miners arc favorable to : Horne's . scheme. Great damage was done through _ flooding the mines. Some will never work: again. In order to economise coal .consumption drastic tramway and railway curtailments have been made.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMALLPOX. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

SMALLPOX. Three cases of smallpox are report- ed in Melbourne consequent on the outbreak in the steamer Gracheus.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

. TENNIS. In thc New South Wales tennis championship Patterson and Thomas in the men's doubles beat Todd and Peach. Hawkes forfeited to Patter- son. In the men's singles Hawkes was unable to play owing to a strain- ed tendon of the foot which may pre- vent him playing in the Davis Cup. The ladies' singles championship was won by Mr's. Molesworth, Queens- land, who defeated Miss Lance, of New South Wales. Misses Dury and Mountain,'Victoria, beat Mrs. Fuller and Miss (George in the Lad- ies doubles championship.

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SHIPPING NOTES. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

SHIPPING NOTE«. s.s. Bambra frdní Tregantle, *y¡l ports. Tassengers,'^rs. Edwards« Miss R. Wovveil, J. Chapman; G. " ^ Grainger, Mr. and Mrs. Mousher, C .,' Arnold, J. Dillon, E. C. Roy/Mrs? ' " Thovs, T. CogUn, R. Lockhart, J. Ventura, L. Ryan, J. Davis, J. Brad- shaw, Maher, J. McClusky, W. Wal- . , ton, T. Malone, Chin Que,' Loong r Bing, Mon Way, Mr. and Mrs. Yas- r* hidar Wing Lee Loy, Chin Hung, Ju- -, '. in Mudhat Khan, Jaffee.

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EXTRAORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

EXTRAORDINARY. Wc hare beca enlightened once ¿tore by that little sparrow. This z^!?' cime it has chirruped that the sum- f^"; inonses it predicted- have been: issued -some of them. And we made it a---; -:!rv point to confirm the tidings. We dis- - ^è' covered more than the. sparrow in-;, .in- timated, namely, that the summonses are special ones; that they have been : distributed amongst the local law- v--. yers, apparently jn order to frustrate defence; that the Government Sec- > retary is unable to alter this so that defendants may have a bit of what - , jingoes are fond of calling "British fairplay," and finally, that this spe dal summons business is nothing if "t isn't a game to make defence diffi- cult, to oil the lawyers and confound the defendants, for, the ordinary summons would have been sufficient " lt seems as if these latter will be is >ued later to make "oil'Vfrighten the . defendants and add to their "pains ~ md penalties.** The gauntlet* has been thrown down, an...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

DEPARTURES. . Bambra for Freemantle via ports. Passengers: W Simpson, J.~McKie£l nan, R. Veale, A. Connell, Lee Lie, . Que, Faizilob. r - * - *j

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Latest Telegrams SYSTEMATIC FRAUD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

Latest Telegrams SYSTEMATIC FRAUD. i Startling evidence was given at the Cockatoo Dockyard enquiry yes- terday. Dockyard police stated they were hot allowed to search the fore- men or officers. Men had not been found gambling during work- ing hours! In the head of one de- partment's house when visited was found a verandah 50ft. long by ibft. wide built of material taken from a steamer. Naval articles were found in seven houses." A systematic scheme of fraud was perpetrated.

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OVERSEAS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

OVERSEAS CLUB. The Annual Meeting of the Dar- -. win Branch of the Overseas Club ' " .was held in the Reading Room, Town Hall last evening when the' patron .. (Mr. -Conacher) presided over ea large attendance. ... v A large . amount- of business was/ ?>;? transacted by the meeting but a full " report is held over. The Office Bearers elected for .. ther : year are as under PatronT Mr.;¡E4W^^ D. Conacher; President, Mr ,W. Jx > Barnes; Vice ^Presidents, Messrs T.. G. Oliver, E. M: Christie; and ^Mc^f ^ Hugh; Committees Revd. C fi, l.ighi, ' Revd. F.Hof, Messrs. WV H L:mder; Don Campbell, C. parlC KnótM^ v Brown; Ladies ComlnittèéV Mesda^ .Light, Hof, Barnes; Campbell. Ed^J ' waids; Toint- Secretaries, Mr. amt : Y 1 Mrs. Price Conigravé; Hon ^udUor^í Mr. Sherrin. ^ . Thu following m*> 'mem|^^^re||;;S unanimously elected: The Adminis- ~ trator and Mrs( Urquhart Ç^ptainÂÏ . Plant, Mrs. Linton,Miss Conacher, .: Miss Galagher, Mr: and.'Mrs. ". Mc Hugh, Messrs. E. M. Christie, L. S...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

CRICKET. Thc Australian Eleven created a good impression in England. It is generally predicted that Mai ley's howling will make the majority of batsmen think hard. Gregory is much.admired and Bardsley's foot- work is described as wonderful. The Australains < commenced their first match of the tour against Leic- ester on Saturday. Leicester batted first. Scores: Whitehead, caught Carter, bowled Gregory, nil ; King, caught Carter, bowled McDonald, 29; Mountenary, caught Armstrong, b, McDonald, 28; Sharp, c Gregory, b McDonald, 9; Salmon, c Mailey, b McDonald," 33 ; Astil!, c Carter\*J{£ McDonald; nil-;" Lord, '; ic Collins, b McDonald, 7 ; Shipman, b McDonald, nil ; Coe, caught Collins, b Ann strong, 23 ; Benskin, b McDonald, nil ; Sidwell, not out, nil; sundries 7 ; total 136. Bowling : Gregory 1 for 31, Mailey, o for 33, McDonald 8 for 41, Armstrong i for 24.. Aus-, trälia, Collins, b Benskin, 6 ; Mac ¡ Cartney, not out, 140; Bardsley, not ! out, 97,sundries, 4 ; total 1 ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

~ Carson as Judge ! Carson-as Judge' pf Appeals! Ye gods, and is thia how ye rewtard treason, treachery and mischief-making? ^ 'i. ' /\

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BLACKGUARD DISTURBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

BLACKGUARD DISTURBERS. A demonstration in Sydney Dom- ain on Sunday when soldiers tried to upset a lorry and tried to place the Union. Jack- in place of the "Red Flag resulted ia a riot. The Union Jack-was seized and burnt.

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DAVIS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

DAVIS CUP. The team selected to represent Australia in the Davis Cup includes Brookes, Anderson, Peach, of New South Wales and Hawkes, Victoria.

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BIG FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

BIG FIRE. A big fire in Melbourne on Satur- day night destroyed Edwards' Build- ings, Flinders Street, the damage being estime ted at £20,000

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HUGHES OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

HUGHES OFF. Hughes left Adelaide for England on Friday. j

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CANADA'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

CANÄDA'S OPINION. i Canada is opposing the Anglo-Jap- anese alliance and thinks the Empire should definitely aily herself with America.

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OVERSEAS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

OVERSEAS CLUB. The Invalid Bed which is being donated by members of the Darwin Branch of the Overseas Club to the Darwin Hospital is to be formally handed over on Friday next, the 6th instant, at 4.30 o'clock. The Administrator has kindly-con- sented to perform the ceremony and the. Committee will be glad if a* many members as possible will be present at the Hospital on the .above occasion. , C. PRICE CONIGRAVE, VIOTTI CONIGRAVE, Joint Hon. Secretaries. Darwin, 2nd May, 1921. To His Worship the Mayor, Sir, We the undersigned respectfully request you to convene-a "Public Meeting" oh Wednesday night, 4th May, ÎQ2I, for the purpose of discuss- ing the question of "Taxation with- out Representation.'" Siarned: R. Ardell, H. Hickey, H. G. Nelson, F. .Cook, B. Hurley, Chas. Mitchell, D. Finlayson, A. Towns, W. Lee. E. Graham, C. G. Sheilds., D. McKin j non, W. H. Spinks, M. C. O'Halloran, ' i Chas. Ormond. r ¡ I convene accordingly-J. Burton, Mayor. -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

E V. V. BROWN» AGENT . E. IA. S.S. Co. Ltd. and British In 4ULS.N. Co., Ltd. SHIPPING, MINING AND GEN ERAL COMMISSION AGENT , AUCTIONEER, ftc X-:V. \T. Brown, is prepared to un- dertake Stock and Station business, I Agency in all dranches, Report o on. Mines. Indent and Forwarding ] executed.. Rents collected prompt- ly. - ^ . Commodious Auction and Store * -Rooms r - Opposite Town Hall, Darwin CODES Bedforé MoNeill Horsing and Neal Bentley» v - . A.B.C., ist and 5th Editions. Cible Addroit : Venice. Budgen's Motor r CARI NO.*« 50. 65, * 70 THREE CRACK DRIVERS . ALL HOURS. ALL DISTANCES. RING TELEPHONE 91: M. & D. McMillan, - GARAGE ON, CALL CARI DAY 0RV NIGHT; Competent Drivers.. < Up-to-Date Cars. ^ ' ; : j*f; BILLIARDS Twa Fir»t-Cl^^T*J)le*f tint Address-- ~ CAVENAGH V STREET, Telephone. jo:' Robert Farrar & Sons Smith Street, Darwin GENERAL COMMERCIAL AGENTS AND CARRIERS. . MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIGHT. . \ THREE CARS. Competent and Careful Driver...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

Job Printing dose at thit office U tho bett value tat can be ob» tained anywnere. AU CT IO M. At CARLS' BEACH, II a.ro. Wed j- nesday, May 4U1, 1921. í " By order of the Bailiff of the Local Court at Darwin, E. V. V. Brown w;U sell by Publie Auction 28 bags of i Beche-ds-caer. Without Reserve. E. V. V. BROWN, Auctioneer. ' DANCE-SOCIAL. ! The friends of Mr. W. H. Blyth are giving a FAREWELL DANCE SOCÏAL in the Town, Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING NEXT, May 5th, and all are Jnvited to at- tend. VICTORIA LEAGUE. A SUBSCRIPTION DANCE, un"; der thc auspices of the Victoria Lea- gue, wUl be held in the T.OJÇVN HALL, cn TUESDAY, ; May 17th', at .8.15 p.m. Ladies 2? 6d ; Gents. 5s. - i Ladies will kindly bring the usual donations. ? ,* .. F. WORGAÑ, Hon. Sec. George Stevens & Julius Luz, BUTCHERS PINE "CREEK All orders by Mail or otherwise will receive prompt .attention Large Supplies of Cattle on Hand. * PRICES : 7d per lb. for 20 lbs or over ; Under aolb. 8d . per lb. x * .-. - The Qr...

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MORE OFFICIAL MURDERS. ENGLISH BARBARISM. RULES OF CIVILISED WARFARE, BROKEN. IRISH PRISONERS MURDERED. STRONG PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

MORE OFFICIAL MURDERS. ENGLISH BARBARISM. RULES t>F CIVILISED WAR -FARE, BROKEN. IRISH PRISONERS MUR , DERED. STRONG PROTEST. ?Four more meir were executed in Cork. They werO l^^fur^Ui^tin ambush of Crown ! forcea-m February. Four business hous^jw^^ ^La*-?u official -reprisals for the shooting, of Sir Arthur Yiçars. : The Cork r Corporation resolved to protest against the executions as a contravention of the rules of civilis- ed warfare and common humanity.

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