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ALLY-GERMAN POSITION. AMERICA'S PEACEFUL HAND. Latest. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
ALLY-GERMAN POSITION.! AMERICA'S PEACEFUL HAND, j : . v . -Latest. Thc Allies have agreed , upon final terms. Germany has been granted 12 days to . accept them.. Germany sent a new note to; the United States offering new > reparations concess- ions. It is understood Germany will be required tof pay the ; reparations commission's bill within 37 years. ? .- / Briand instructed; the French« Min- ister for War to call;a partial mob-, ilisation of the ¿forces, .*> On.y Sunday 7 night he countermanded the instruct- ion and moderations prevailed with him. Members of .his entourage ad- mit he wobbled at the eleventh hour from his previous inflexibility. Washington - reports that' the United States opposed steps which would prostrate Germany, - i v; . &lt;. A message from .Berlin states" that the industrial magnates were thor- oughly alarmed-realising that the 1 Entente means what it says. Thc magnates fear, to find their businesses practically under, ^foreign control. The Gove...
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables ALLY-GERMAN POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph ALLY-GERMAW POSITION. Tile Allies': -conference was ad- journed .withouts reaching a decision. Experts submitted \a. ...report which was referred back .for .further consid- eration in preparation itor a further meeting of the. conference. France wants to occupy the Ruhr district first and discuss the methods of pay- ments afterwards and; * insists . on binding down ¡Germany as securely as possible The« policy is based frankly on the; assumption that Ger- many will fight as soon as she is cap- able of doing, so. > Italy desires to resume trade relat- ions with Gèrraany unhampered by any sanctions. Lloyd George strongly desires that further ultimatum be sent before militarism is resorted;to. The French Premier declares he^will not abate one jot and .insists upon the immed- iate carrying out bf sanctions; Essex is to be occupied this week and an' important role is " reserved for the French- navy. . . Bèrlin reports/that. Herr Steins, has , made a n...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
PUBLIC MEETING; As requested,! -by the Jcidxçns^oÎâ Darwin, ! herewUH convene, a Publie' Meeting for Fri \¿y evening rifxt,-6th ; May, ion to hef? in th s . Towif ' Hail. :; BUSINESS. To elect ; a thoroughly -repre-'^ sentative Committee to place*'be¿ " fore thc Minister all matters' af-i fecting the development ole thé- : Northern Territory.' All citizens ; arc requested to .attend' (Signed) J. BURTON. ?.?'J'; J;'\.v.? ^ ; :> -ys^Ù0r,^ Darwin, ^ " t . _ .' _ 'May ¿th, 1021. ... ¿y'TV,} *
BUFFALO SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
BUFFALO SENSATION. , Something of the nature of a mild K \ ç sensation wasv experienced yesterday -v^j Afternoon in the vicinity of Presley's .V. store,-2^ mile, whéfra wild^buffalo ' i-^ happened along, - having evidently . followed the railway line. An excited &lt; &lt; 9 - &lt; ~* ü crowd soon gathered, and Mr. Milli-- 'i '* .,~ can was rung up, and he gave permis"-; ?. '-' , - ' * *., sion to shoot the beast where it waft - on the line, Joe Marlow, after about' six shots, ended the buffalo s career) ", Z the one which took effect being aim- - ed at the heart Needless tóx say '\ there wasn't much trouble or delay' iii "Clearing the line" for the colored- j" -^'J folks of the locality soon took the flesh away in suitable junks. Mar- '/:-'r'[ low will profit by, his exploit to thc ' extent of the hide and horns.1" TH*-'-' ?~" - ? A ? -
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
A little incident came under our Xtjs f à notice yesterday which shows' the--1' value of advertising:-in a " paper Y-V**^ which the people read. It was the ~* offering of a reward for the return .of-. .' a - stolen bicycle. The5 latter. was re- . ? « i turned to the, owners yesterday by a */ person who ' found it in the bush' ¡where it had been le£t^by^the:-Msweatr:rí:;y:c\ ! er"who stole it, after he had used it . for his purpose at the time. - 7 " s Messrs. A. E. Jolly and Coy. have ~ v ^ - received advice from Sydney that the ....&lt; s. s. "MataranV' will be withdrawn :! v. from the Singapore "service "after t£is present voyage-and that the new . " Vv steamer "Marella" will take her place 4 \^ leaving Sydney about July ist; This : i " r| magnificient vessel will be a distinct. V: . . acquisition to this run, as she is fitt- ; - "* ed to carry first and second class > passengers. '/ 3&lt;-; ' Attention t is directed to' the an- ^ * nounccnfent of a grand pictur...
METAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
METAL QUOTATIONS, v The following -metal quotation*' *. were received ' at the Mines'/Office * "} this mo.'c.Mig : ? " . . - ' » (hopper -standard sp\>l, £70 Ss' $d, three months £09 18s pd, electrolytic^; ^' £72'to £7^ 10s; Lead spot £21 7s v*" x 6d; forward £21 15s; tin 'standard spot £171 12s 6d, three mor th* £174 às 6d; Siyer standard cash ,'2s ^ per voz,forward 2s . to Vi d, per 0«, fine -X r cash 3s iHd per oz., forward .«» id*'~ per oz; Molybdenite £2; ? per; unit;^ ? v &lt;;'j Wolfram\i2s od per unit. , v^,. T- , v
No Taxation Without Representation BIG PUBLIC MEETING PLEDGES RESISTANCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
f ? ? , ? . ! No Taxation Without Represent I ation BIG PUBLIC MEETING PLEDGES RESISTANCE As wie icu:i oí thc requisition prea.-ued lo ..4e Mayor cueing ia^i to converte a public meeting so tiiat some uiuted action might be taken by thc citizens of the Territory in connection with several summonses issued by thc Taxation Department for* the recovery of "State" Income Tax, a. largely attended meeting was held in the Town Hall on Wednes- day night. Thc Mayor, after read- ing the names on thc requisition and stating thc objects declared the meet- ing open. ¡ .Mr. \D. C. Watts, who was the first speaker, said the object of the meet- ing was to protest against being tax- ed without parliamentary representa- tion. ; The people of the Territory had received no consideration at all. According to thc spirit of the British Constitution there should be no tax- ation without representation and this was officially admitted by the spon- sors. If we have representation then we must abide by taxati...
Bullseyes [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
Büliseyes No surrender was the decisional last night's meeting.' / ^ ' V Several /residents > who should , have been present absented -thetnselevsf partly because they had "parted up" -voluntariily - or compulsorily-rand partly because they did - not care to identity themselves with such a movement. . . . The point raised by Mr. Nelson that the South Australian electoral taw was legally operative in the Terr ritory; as well, as, thc law for the re- covery, of debts, was novel enough, out 1 fear, it would not stand good in any court. *" it may be that, after all, Mr. Poynton will/find something taJceep him from coming .to the Territory in May, as promised. He will try and escape coming into a hornet's nest if he can find any pretext; . . Anyway the publicity' now being gained for the true position in which the people» of the Territory are1 plac- ed, cannot fail to bring universal condemnation on the one hand and redress, wholly or partially on thc other.. " '?. yx- . Sammy : Whar-...
OVERSEAS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
OVERSEAS CLUB. . The Invalid Bed which is being donated by members of the Darwin Branch of thc Overseas Club to the Darwin Hospital is to bc formally .handed over on Friday next, thc 6tb instant, at 4.30 o'clock. The Administrator has kindly con- sented to perform the ceremony and thé ¿Committee will be glad if as many members as, possible will be present at the Hospital on the above occasion. C. PRICE CONIGRAVE, . VIOTTI CONIGRAVE, Joint . Hoir: 'Secretaries. * . .. /Darwin,
NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION. ^L»L>i*C nlvVUMft' VYttO' OuC Vi Uo^iut"-1 uvllciiiVtf Ul IliC SlClUn-llUUllU 'pCiMSL-/ euee m 'coercing residents-ot tnc > cm lory ' into paying income* i'a>: mid ? at lue v same- time. iu homing them ' chronically m the leash oi cx-citizenáhip ihis position is intolerable to white Australians, and would be intolerable vO. white men anywhere when the rights of Constitutionalism surround them. As eyervone knows, it is not that the people of the Territory ob- ject to pay the Income Tax, but they have noted that the gauntlet of nat- ional and political ostracism has been long in the arena; that the sword of contemptuous ignoring of reason, lo- ggie and even petition; has. been kept ed chronically unsheathed, - and in desperation, and- some sort of self defence they have vow, ed that (they will1 not pay Income Tax on. the grounds- that, they cannot acknow- J ledge a right to tax by those who , deny thc consequent right of reprer sentation. ....
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
TENNIS. Saturday afternoon last saw three more Pennant Matches played, chief interest centring round the match at Parap against Town No. i and at the ÖA.T. Court where No. i team tried conclusions with the Church. The latter match went in favor of; the home team, who how lead in the Pennant competition with their brothers-B.A.T. ¿ ' Although de- feated by fouir rubbers to nil, the the Church team did not let the win-^ tiers have matters all their own way. In thc first doubles W. A. Lawrie and Kentish tried hard to get a leg in, but Pennis and R. G Lawrie prov- ed too good for them after three hard. sets. Tiie home pair scored thr first set ;6--2; in the second Kentish olaying - a good steady game, the Church just got in 6-5» while in the fhird the B.A.T. made sure of the rubber 6-i. The second doubles orovid^d anot- her, three rubber. Rev. JJof and Ward getting- home in -thc first 6-5, J- '. . - . but slipping in the lather two, the scores being 6-3 in each set in favor of B.A.T. Th...
NO SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
NO SURRENDER. Powerful influences are working to bring the miners and owners together East Lancashire accumulated coal stocks are exhausted and street light- ing is suspended. Two thousand five hundred firms-^¡ih-Leeds are closed down for want of electricity for power... ' > No surrender was the keynote of the May day meetings on . South Wales coalfields. Smillie states he hopes the miners would not allow themselves to be driven to accept the substantial reduction which thc own* ers proposed.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
E V. V. BROWÑ, AGENT * E. & A. S.S. Co. Ltd. and British In- dia S.N. Co., Ltd. SHIPPING, MINING AND GEN- ERAL COMMISSION AGENT , >' AUCTIONEER, ftc , fi. V. V. Brown : is prepared to un- dertake Stock and , Station business, Agency in all dranehes, Report - on Mines. Indent and Forwarding s executed.. Rents collected prompt Commodious > Auction.? and Store Rooms Opposite Town' Hall, Darwin . CODRS~ Bedford McNeill Moreing and Neal- - Bentley« ' \ A.B.C., ist and 5th Editions. -Cable Address : Youles. Budgen s Motor + Garage " /rb CARS NO.'S 50/ 65, ft jg. THREE CRACK DRIVERS TALL HOURS, ALL DISTANCES. RING TELEPHONE' 91. V MM D.,McMillan, ^ GARAGE ON CALL ,,0 -\ - - CARS DAY OR NIGHT. . \ .. ; y,:: . '.y '.. .':>,. -, &lt;?- ?" " "JU* v * 4 - / '?/ Í Competent Drivers. ' - of."**,' ^\ ' t > ^f Up-to-Date Cars. ; BILLIARDS i Two, Fiipt-Class. Tables Same Address CAVENAGH STREET, -Telephone 30. Robert Farrar l% & Sons Smith Street, Darwin GENERAL C...
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. The "Northern Standard" aims at being thoroughly representative of thc Northern Territory and with this end in view welcomes correspon- dence "frcm all outlying centres.y No matter how opposed to our views free discussion is permitted in our columns, so long as it is not ab- usive 'and refers ': to -matters of f-¿encrai interest. * ?>. Any complaints in. regard to non receipt of paper should be reported to ,! ,:J ut once. -"We will co our best to i jxnedy them. We would-be grateful to our friends for their good: offices with neigh- bours, in obtaining fresh subscribers, eic, and in heiping' to add to the power , for good of thc people's own newspaper. Secretaries of the various~£lubs and institutions aie invited to for \\ condensed reports .,of- proceed- ings at meetings, etc and we will be pleased- to send a representative to any important function when duly notified. - : Our telephone, number' is "119, end a ring up -will secure any desired in- formation...
OVERSEAS CLUB, DARWIN BRANCH. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
? OVERSEAS CLUB, DARWIN BRANCH. (Contributed). Among the correspondence read at the annual meeting of the Darwin branch of the Overseas Club, held, at the reading, room on Monday evening the 2nd inst, when Mr. Con acher presided over a large attend- ance, was an interesting letter from -.headquarters in London in which it was pointed out that the subscribing . membership of the club now totalled lover 25,000 - and great hopes were held but that à very great increase ' would take place during 1921. The v Executive of headquarters; drew at y tention to tS fact that the club as - a world-Wide non-party organisation .V recognising no distinction or . class, and aiming at serving every -section orthe : community equally, was meet- ing with' very great encouragement, in every part of the world. tv ;. The club ha4 recently purchased commodious premises, in : Northnmr berland Avenue,' ^London, these "be ... ing. dedicated as amemorial ,to the; memory of those who fell jn . the war. The War ...
LOCAL COURT. (Monday, before the S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
LOCAL COURT. (Monday, before the SM.) j ¿Andreas Unge proceeded against Victor Koutaganis tor the sum ot ¿i¿ for alleged damage to a vehicle anu ios for hire of same. Mr. Barratt appeared for plaintilt and Mr. Roberts for defendant. Andreas Gilge, general labourer, plaintiff, 2x/t mile,, deposed, on 29th March defendant came down to. his place and asked me; for the loan 01 my horse and cart as he wanted to bring some wood into Darwin, as^his was broke. \l told defendant I: ¿dio not care to lend my cart but would do so if he returned, it in good, con- dition. They looked at the cart ano defendant said it wa", ic. good con- dition. On the 13th ; March he hand- ed ever the horse an¿ cart to defends ant Deiei dar.t was a .nous to know how much a day-I wanted for the hire of the cart. We agreed at ios per day, They had a bit of trouble with the horse jibbing at the start. The horse then.went alright. They then went to defendant's place at the 2}4 mile to load up the cart. They loaded abo...
Amongst the Ladies. (By "Little Polly.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 May 1921
Amongst the Ladies. .-.ii ' ? " - -fi . (By "little Polly.") I Peep study woman, eh? That is¡if of course, when you penetrate^ through shallow depths and go deep* down into the abyss into which she|&lt; sometimes descends. My sex may feéíí a little annoyed that. I. should accuse - any of them~of descending Unto the; depths of degradation; but truth and-: the hope of doing some good by way of sympathy are my excuse. And there are several grades of de- generation in this, descending scale.-; First there is the bad parental train- ing and example, and its consequent non-filial disregard for duty and vir- tues. Then there is thc wayward lite I of flirtation, fashion, and vanity fol- lowed by hasty mistakes and leisure- ly repentance. Then cornés reckless- ness, vice, drukenness, and immoral- ity^ and-the bottom of the social abyss. In their duty the degeneration of womanhood has assumed inordinatae dimensions, nor has the knowledge of ^hii^ct^exerted^any- important in ä^nce-^ [w...