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TAXATION MATTERS. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

, TAXATION MATTERS. /To the Editor) Sir,-One reads with pleasure, in your columns that our old friend Boh Toupein is carrying the fight into the enemy's camp, and we are confident that he will give a good account of himself. From latest advice, i.e., "That the case is now put back till the vridoi- o' uay," ont *:¿u gather that "Bob." is not taking it lying down ; it is not the few pounds that is troubling him, because he is send- ing more "Lucre " after what he knows to be-under the-jingo envir- onments of the soutb~a hopeless case, and his one object is to adver- tise the tyrannical, rule that is being imposed on the unfortunate resi- dents of the Territory. We wish him luck, for his is surely a noble objective. It is practical demonstrations of this sort that help the other stal- warts of the Territory to brace' themselves for the ordeal they will be compelled to face in the next few days, and Minister Poynton will feel proud, of himself when he visits Fan- ny Bay and is faced wit...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Imperialism and Plutocracy. WHERE THEY WILL LAND THE TOILERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

Imperialism and Plutocracy. --- I ^- " -, : . WHERE TJIE Y WILL LAND THE TOILERS. > No more convincing proof of thc v complete and degraded subjection oí the democracy tp the money-bugs can be found than~in the fact that in .. the world-salvage operations at pre- sent proceeding ¿he workers of the "various countries'have'more to^ say i . than an Australian abo. or an African Hottentot. This is equally true whe- ther ^the question be regarded from the financial, economic, or industrial standpoint. The war " was^created - by those money^mongers in their own « inter- est and. without, reference to the workers, and the -settlement " is being ma^de in the same way. It re- quires little' imagination to. realise that in such circumstances the inter- ests of the workers will receive no consideration, whateyet but that,, as has ever been .^e,,jcase^ tbiir . share Will consist, of tfrVerumbs that fall from the rich manuable. i / K J , fust as it to&f mf* betti/ iè^-ti ; ' wjH alway...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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As You Meet lt. CHARACTER SKETCH, BY "TIM TOUCHUP." "THE BACHELOR." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

As You Meet lt. CHARACTER SKETCH, BY "TIM TOUCHUP." "THE BACHELOR." How thè oíd maids will smile as they commence to read this introduc- tory, sentence ! The old bachelor, will proBably smile next week. Any- way, my theme to-day is the bache- lor, or the dry old crust, (Whose/heart is so small, and whose feelings are* so sordid that he takes not unto himself a wife-lest the relations be- tween himself and his banking ac- count should become somewhat strained. A bachelor is a mah read- ily recognised by many distinguished traits* arid as there are several class- es of the genus, so db ,the traits which distinguish each individual bachelor ramify in inscrutable mazes. I The most ,k distinguished and, bi course, the most sought after class of thig'great genus, is the wealthy bachelor. Age or ^rcy hairs are not considered barriers- , against ,., Mruc love-or" sovereigns;, and so,' the wealthy bachelor is a general favor-i ite,« especially if he happens to be en-1 dowédïwith any of :the^...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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The War in Ireland SOME ENGLISH AND FOREIGN CRITICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

?m. , j Thc War in Ireland SOME ENGLISH AND FOREIGN CRITICISMS. ,"Thc Irish tragedy has"reâche? its last and most desperate phase., Two paths lie before the British people: they are/the paths of force and free- dom. We can attempt the military reconquest of Ireland; we can lay the country waste with fire and sword; .we can butcher its people, destroy ' its towns, create a desolation, and -.cali' it peace. We have entered on that dread path already^ It is an old path traversed again and again dur -:in£-seven hunrcd years, by Strong- bow; by Skeffihgton, by Essex, by Stratford, by Cromwell. It is a path marked with the bones of unnumber- ed victims and the ashes of ancient fires-a path that leads only back to its own dreadful tracks. The other is the path we have never tried-the. path' of freedom and reconciliation. In making; our choice-a choice which,>in the cicrcum stances of to» ¿«Jay, may involve" the future of the british 4 Gommonwealth-nnothing is ,50 "necessaryv as.knowledg...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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ROUND-UP OF ABOS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

ROUND-UP OF ABOS! - A round up- of- aborigines from the -;-^vU neighbourhood of the Police Paddock -, and the 2¿i mile, and a procession through thc streets headed by mount- ~ ed Constable Walker and Mr. R. Mc- ?: Donald, on Saturday afternoon was v » responsible for the appearance of 46* abos, before the S. M. on Monday ^ ; morning.. There ages ranged fronv - 'about 6 years of age to 60 of both sexes, the charge being that they > r were on. prohibited areas and not., - having permits. All " the ¿ defendants ; i ¿ Ív were discharged with cautions from - "" the Bench, ' ' ^ J

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

iSÜTJtg; ANO NEWS. ; - *Nv' ' - . " \ ? ''V The Bambra : arrived in " port on Sunday ai ter noon, and left on the re- turn voyage next day. i The Standard Publications, no. i, "The Labor Cause and its Necess- ity" is aow ready, and may be had at this office, or by post. . . The Union "Jack was burned in Sydney. Domain on Sunday_as a sort of "Rrcprisal" for xan attempt by some returned soldiers to break up an unemployed meeting. In a letter to Mr. ;Xereb, Mr. Miles Kelly, Health Inspector, says that he I is' enjoying Iiis lengthy holiday, and i will not be back before the August boat* . . j* . Another disastrous fire has occurr- ed-in Melbourne, -Edwards' buildings being the centre of destruction this time. - The damage is estimated at twenty thousand, pounds; He was'" invited .to deliver a lecture in Sydney to the-Health Inspectors, and in Mr., Kelly's« own modest "way he says that it was very much against his will. He should havé much of in- tense interest on which he "may dis- cou...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
THE WOODEN HORSE OF TROY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

THE: WOODEN HORSE OF TROY. The cable message in to-day's ; " Standard " announcing that cer^ I tain progress-is being' made towards a termination of thc war in ireland, should be taken with the proverbial grain of salt. It may be true ? that Lord Derby,- a colorless: and not un- kindly English' politician, has been sent on - à commission to Ireland ; but so sure as he has been sent hi's mission is not peace^except it be the peace which will bind Ireland for eyer, into national servitude.: If we wanted any proofs of this wc have them in the same cable,- and in prev- ious cables. We have beenvrecently informed that Lord Derby . first saw Cardinal Logue. Now we have a piece of propaganda cabled to the effect that Cat dinal -Logue has; -de- nounced crime (it didn't .say if he meant the crimes of invasion, mur- der and terrorism ), and uttered % - the dope that Ireland could get all 'that was good: for it- when «'crime' ceased By the way of anti-climax he is re- ported to have said - tha...

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

DAVIS CUP. Thc British Isles team for the Davis Cup comprises Crawley, Ly- cett, Kingscote and Wooswyn.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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SCULLING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 3 May 1921

SCULLING. Paddon defeated McDevitt for the Australian sculling championship in Sydney on Saturday.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Latest Telegrams LOCAL OPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

LatestTelegrams LOCAL OPTION. Thc latest local option,figures for West Australia show that in 18 of 42 districts final results are available. 9 favored reduction of licenses, nine continuance. The districts favoring reduction are Albany, Canning, Claremont, Collie, Guildford, North- ern Leederville, Subiaco, Swan;'Wa-' «rin. In three other districts, Bever- ley, Narrogin, Murray, reduction is >.ssured?Contihuance has a good lead «"n 14 others. '

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

CRICKET. \ .. The ^-Australian Eleven started their second match on Wednesday a rainst Lionel Robinson's" Eleven;, which includes McLaren, Douglas, Fender, Hobbs, Hendren, Jupp, Knight. Play was stopped by rain. Bardsley not out 4, Collins not out (2, sundries 2, none for 18.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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MORE DOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

MORE DOPE. Farrer, an ex-Lord mayor of Dub- lin states bc was submitting to Dail Eireann thc biggest offer ever made from any British Government, which Was semi officially communicated to him during a visit to London. Five Sinn Feiners were killed In conflicts with crown forces last -week end.. . The fatalities include the son of Maloney,. Sinn Fein Member. /

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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THE BIG STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

THE BIG STRIKE. It is reported the continual dock workers who are affiliated with the Internation Transport Workers Fed jeratiori determined to strike if nec- essary in order to stop coal being ex- ported to Great Britain or being us- ed 'in bunkering' British ships. ¡

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

' AH communications for publication in the "Standaard" should be ad- dressed to thc Editor. All business lelU-Tí should bc addressed to the Manager. Otherwise they are liable to be overlooked. No correspon- dence . can receive consideration which'i* seri without the writer's muñe (not necessarily for publica

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

A GRAND PICTURE NIGHT V . ( In aid of THE TOWN BAND. will bc given at the Stadiuim on WEDNESDAY, MAY 18th NEXT.. Come and Help a Worthy Cause. The Town Band Gives its. Services Free-you can assist them to Con- tinue doing so. Tickets as and is. « ' " - H. ROBINSON, Hon. Sec.

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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

.'' TUESDAY. ? ' The case _was continued this morard-\-: in* " ' V'töfil > Def endant, continuing his. - evidence, . stated that he/saw.piainliff and told 3r, aim the wheel had broken and. it , ., .vas rotten with dry, rot. Plaintiff said he thought it was alright as he ¿ iiad not used it for some time. Plain-; v tiff asked him to get a boy to bring the broken cart to his i place. I ag- reed. Plaintiff took the "wheel, off. ~ He offered- to help him home with the cart He saw plaintiff a few days . .ater. when we had a conversation over the wheel. Witness refused to -pay for a new wheel. Witness re- lived a letter from Plaintiffs sblicjk cor and he replied^ to it.' He was .lrrrng the cart quietly along when :he accident happened. He had had experience in driving carts both iii his own country and here. There was no one present when they agreed :is to-the cost of hire. Plaintiff asked me for 5s. for thc trip. The horse, was quiet. He did not get into any rut. By Mr. Barratt : A man...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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AUSTRALIA'S WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

AUSTRALIA'S WIN. Australia won thc cricket match by an innings and 152 runs. Gregor}' h Btnpkin 78, . Andrew c Sidwell b Chipman II, Ryder:.not our*.27, shn dries 13, total 7. wickets.'.for. /43Ö. Bowling, Benskin 4 forgos, Shipman 2: for 74, Astill ri for 124. Leicester, «^econd innings:-Monntenary c Carter b McDonald nil,1 Whitehead b Maiîfv ^ 16. Salmon c and b" Malley 2«;. Astil! b Mailev 32l'| Coe c. Carter b MeDnn aid h Lord b McDonald 2, Shipman c Gregory b McDonald 2, Sidwcll b Hailey 4, Sharp not out 56, King ab- sent 0, sundries 2, total 142. Bowl- ing Kailey 5 for 55, McDonald 4 for' 63, Gregory nóne for 6, Ryder none 16.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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BIG AMERICAN STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

BIG AMERICAN STRIKE. The Maritime Workers affirmed the Araerian Unions had deelared a strike which is expected to affect a hundred thousand seaman, twenty three thousand "engineers, thirty thou- sand firemen^ and tying up one miliio11 three hundred thousand tons of ship »ping on the . Atlantic and Pacific coasts. ' y;

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STOLID MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

STOLID MINERS. ^ Scottish dockyard., employees haye j .ppealed to ' ..the, transport, workers' executive to immediately, convene thc 'Triple Alliance, for a delegate, confér- ence and failing, support .from the railwaymen to arrange for the trans- port workers to co-operate with the ^miners on. strike and refusing to per- mit a_; reduction yiri,, wages approxi- mating twenjy; per, .cent;?: also to chàhgë the working conditions.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921

! Dr; C. j. HILL DENTAL SURGEON , Specialist in Crown and Bridge^ ? ? work.' May be consulted al Hs rooms' _ ^ at the cottage ' ? Between Commercial Bank and : Victoria' Hotel ~ *, *- Charge's ^ Moderate. . HOURS-Dai y 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.. ".''./Telephone, No* 93.

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