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THE COALITION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

/ THE COITION. . Representatives, ^of French Mines have arrived, in London, to negotiate for exports of coal, to England and announced that complete arrange- ments had been made with the Gov- ernment to deal with the situation due to the refusal of the transport work- ers to handle foreign coal. A joint Jabor manifesto states that the mine owners and the Government have de- clared war upon the miners and count on forcing them back.to work in a fortnight. Labor must defeat this strategy. The'miners are fighting for a living wage. > If they agreed to jthe Government proposals they Should be committed to acceptiing unlimited réduction- of wages. The manifesto urges the Labor party to suscribe to the fund to support the miners and families of the miners' federation.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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DENIAL AND CHALLENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

DENIAL AND CHALLENGE, In the Imperial Cafe to-day Mr. W. Swift made a statement in the presence of Mr. F. G. Burt, ^ir.> Foster and others that. Mr. H. Nel- son had told him that I had paid my , Income Tax. I immediately chal- lenged him and told him 'thal: the statement was false. In conversa ( tion with Mr. Nelson subsequently, Mr. Nelson stated that he had "not { nndc such a statement. *" " . I hereby challenge Mr. Swift ' ""or ' any other person to prove .that I have ' paid any Insome Tax since ' my-arrival in the Territory and' as sert that any person making such a - [ statement as Mr. Swift has made,- is, ^ .lying. R. M. BALDING. 1 May 5tli, 1921.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

A. M. I. E. U. The Adjourned Special Meeting of members of the above organisation will be held at the Meeting Hall, Parap at 7.30 p.m. on Monday, 9th May. BUSINESS IMPORTANT! AU members are specially request- ed to attend. ? '¡^ P. BRENNAN, Secretary. Parap ,May 3rd, 1921. A GRAND PICTURE NIGHT In'aid of THE TOWN BAND. will be given at the Stadiuim on WEDNESDAY, MAY 18th NEXT.. Come and Help a Worthy Cause. The Town Band Gives its Services Free-you c?n assist them to con- tinue doinsr so. Tirfcets 2«! ant1 i<*. H. ROBINSON, Hon. Sec.

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COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

COUNCIL MEETING. I ^The ordinary meeting of the Dar win Town council was held on fhursday afternoon. Present Crs. Burton (Mayor), Pearse, Witherden Christie and "Cant ' Amongst the inward correspon- dence was a letter from Mr. D. A. Roberts claiming a refund of rates paid in error on sections 584' and 585. A refund was granted. The Cricket Association - wrote asking permission for the use of the Oval for the cricket season. The re- quest was granted. Mr. G. Hogan wrote complaining' of the .nuisance caused by straying horses aboat his place at might time and asking if the Council could do anything in the matter/ It was , decided to bring the complaint un- der the notice of the Inspector of Police. The Government Secretary for- warded a plan showing the portion of the Police Paddock, the Land Classification Board recommended being set aside as a town common. It was decided that this matter be held over until an inspection of the arcas was made by the -Mayor and Cr. Cant It was decided...

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GOVERNMENT DENIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

GOVERNMENT DENIAL. L Chamberlain in the House of Com- binons denied that the Government ?authorised Farrell, ex-Lord Mayor of ? Dublin to negotiate'with Sinn Fein officials. *! ., , t.»

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STEAMER BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

STEAMER BURNT. The Japanese . steamer Tokuyo rMaru caught fire off the North Am I encan coast, capsized and sank.. FThere was I death, and 8 are missing. 75 were rescued by. a passing vessel I

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Spice of Sport, CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

Spice of Sport, CRICKET. Bardsley, c White, b Douglas, io j Collins, c Knight, b Gibson, 22 ; MacCartney, c Wood, " b / Douglas, Douglas, 11 ; Taylor, not out, 19 ; Armstrong, not 'out, 30 ; sundries 2 ; total, three wickets, for 94. It wat a wet wicket ' - Latest Taylor, run out 20, Armstrong, not out 51, Gregory, l.b.w., b Douglas, 2; Ryder, c Knight, b Douglas, o; Hen dry, c dalman, b Gibson, 5; Carter, c J. Jupp, b Gibson, 2, McDonald» l.b.w, b Douglas, o; Mailey, l.b.w., b Douglas, 4 ; sundries, ' 8;. total 136 Bowling: Douglas 6 for(¡4, Gibson 3 for 33. Robinson's eleven, first innings, Hobbs, retired hurt, 85; Knight, b McDonald, 1; Jupp, retired hurt,-59; ' Chapman, c Hendry, b McDonald, o; Hendren, c Hendry b McDonald,' 20; Douglas, not out 41; Fender, caught Hendry, b McDonald, io; Wood, c Gregory, b Hendry, 2;" Gibson, c Mailey, b Gregory, o; White, b Gregory, o; McLaren, not out 23 f sundries, 3; total, seven wickets for 256. - The innings ~was declared closed. J . *

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VISITING JUDGE FOR DARWIN [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

VISITING JUDGE FOR DARWIN Judge Herbert, president in Papua, has been appointed acting Judge for the Northern Territory and will, make periodical visits. The Federal Government does not consider the volume of Supreme Court work in Darwin warrants the appointment of a separate Judge.

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BROCK'S CREEK MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

BROCK'S CREEK MINING. A letter from Mr. Reade to Mr. Harris, just to hand, discloses some important developments' on their property at Brock's Creek. They started crushing, as mentioned in the "Standard,"' on Saturday, April 23rd, and expected to finish on Tuesday, May 3rd. The battery is working one shift of ten hours, but there are numerous stoppages. The state of the water js a serious handi- cap, as it has become very blackened through. standing in the timber for the past six months. It discolors the plates considerably and leaves a dark scum. The day before starting crushing, the party, came on to rich G-olcl in No. 3 shaft at the 22ft level. and after the crushing they will de- velop this find. This is good news, and we trust the enterprising pros- pectors concerned will be liberally rewarded by success.

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TOMAYEFF INSANE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

TOMAYEFF INSANE. Tomayeff who shot Percy Brook- field and others in March through running amok at Riverton, South Australia, stood his trial yesterday. A verdict of insanity was returned.

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LIMELIGHT ON "FRAME-UP" ACTS. STAR W[?]TNESS AGAINST TOM MOONEY CONFESSES TO HIS LIES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

LIMELIGHT ON "FRAME-UP" ACTS. STAR W1ITNESS AGAINST TOM MOONEY CONFESSES TO HIS I LIES. (By Helen Augur, FedcratedAPress j Staff Correspondent). Chicago-John MacDonald was here^on his way to San Francisco, to unravel the last threads of the net which he helped to throw around Tom Mooney and Warren Billings after the Preparedness parade bomb explosion in 1916. I saw John McDonald, and he told me the whole story of how he let himself be used by the administra- tion that had determined "to put Tom Mocnev awav " He - ¿old me how it rolf to gc .-ound «he country five long years with the truth gnawing at his conscience. His mind had never let him forget that Mooney was in prison for life. Macdonald is in his way just as much a victim of the city administra- tion of San Francisco as Mooney. The lawyers and police set on him and used him for-their own ends. 1 Then they let him go. He's never gotten a reward for his job. He's not been comfortable foi five years, j And now he is going to do s...

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MORE HUGHESISM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

MORE HUGHESÍSM. I An exchange says : "In the distri- bution of fruit from the Ràbaul palm-tree, K. J. Drake-Brockman, a youthful brother of the Senator, was not forgotten. On March 12 the* young man was an unsuccessful can- didate (Nationalist, of course) for the Claremont seat in Westralian Assembly. On the 31st he was pre- sented with^, one of the Rabaul Judgeships, worth £1000 a year. When his nomination and that of E. M. Wanliss were announced it was delicately explained that " the ap- pointment had been delayed for some time." Certainly the young Judge (he is only 30) is a returned soldier, but it seems more important in these matters to be a good Nat- ionalist with friends in the right (quarter. . _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

Billiards! Billiards! Step in any time and enjoy, a game . of Billiards on a- - 1 FIRST-CLASS TABLE i I Competent and Attcntativc Marker. TWO TABLES. . TERMINUS HOTEL ROOMS. »?r.ii. »a E. LEE, Proprietor. 4 A. E. JOLLY y Goy. (ESTABLISHED 1883.) General Merchants & Importers SHIPPING, STATION, INSURANCE ana GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS CORNER OF SMITH AND BENNETT STREETS A Large and Varied Assortment of GPvOORiES, DRAPERY' , .'\ BOOTS and SHOES, Harness and other Leather Goods MINING TOOLS, ^ CANVAS, KOPES, etc., etc. Always on Hand reen Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., Arriving by Every Boat N A;¿E. .JOLLY Jr &b% The* Corner Store -V xT"f ^ ¡The Grove, Hill. Sawmills LUCY & O'SHEA, Prop. .\re now prepared to Supply v the Public with CYPRESS PINE or cIARDWOODS sawn to any sizes. Waggon and Buggy Timbers cut and dressed to all sizes LUCY AND O'SHEA, GROVE HILL. " A.W.U. Boarding UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE. . lid Address: Corner PEEL and MITCHELL STREETS Good ...

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Bonds of British Imperialism Tightened SILKEN BONDS OF EMPIRE ARE BEING BADLY STRETCHED. DECISION OF THE CANADIAN COURT AFFECTS ALL DOMINIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

Bonds of British Ir^pèrMisip^ : "vj-:'-: Tightened v ,vy':»^ SILKEN BONDS OF EMPIRE ARE BEING BADJ-Y STRETCHED. DECISION*OF THE CANADIAN COURT AFFECTS ALL DOMINIONS. . t 4By W. Francis. Ahern) . . To even1 the most casual observer it is becoming apparent that.. the bonds of British Imperialism haye been tightened uponi Australian de mocrac3CMÜntíl to-day-/ Australia is little more than a crown/colony, and subject tofall the tyranny of an arïo gant Imperialism. This has been ren- dered possible by thV treachery ok loud-mouthed peddlers of cheap Im- perial sentiments and psuedo-patriot ism, such as Prime Minister Hughes^ and others, who are ever .willing to perform the dirty work r (demanded; by their Imperialistic ^masters> \t -<_ - '^ThVuïtcr impossibility o? Imperial; ism and real democracy existing side by side is so apparent, that it is puz- zling and almost unbelievable that the Australian people could have fal- len such easy victims to a system of [Imperial domina...

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Are You Getting Richer? THE WAR HAS DOUBLED THE NATIONAL INCOME AND ADDED 2,500 MILLIONS TO OUR PRIVATE FORTUNES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

Are You Getting Richer ? THE WAR HAS DOUBLED THE NATIONAL INCOME AND ADD- ED a,50o MILLIONS TO OUR PRIVATE FORTUNES. Somebody has got lieber during the war! For the "New Statesman" shows that the annual income of the United Kingdom has -increased from 2,000 million pounds to 4,000 million pounds. Also-that the capital value of the private fortunes in the U.K. have in- creased by, 20 per cent.-from £12, 500,000,000 to £15,000 millions. Effect of the War ' "The effect of the war upon the a mount and the distribution of what we usually call wealth-the aggregate of private fortunes-is still obscure," says the "New Statesman." "It may indeed, be years before we shall be able to obtainV statistics enabling any precise estimates to Jbe 'made We . know ' that, even if < fight- ing ceasec this year, the British Gov eminent will perhaps have spent, be- fore we get through all the necess- ary cost of demobilisation, something like ten thousand million pounds; .and that this is certa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

f§¡||V. BROWN, f!M¿¿^.:r:-. AGENT " ïR^i^S^iCo. Ltd. and British In gp-|^||i^|N. Co., Ltd. SlHIPMNG, MINING AND GEN IRAL COMMISSION AGENT , ^i§M0ÙmM**R, *c. ?j '.?¡.y.^*-::\:.:?<.?/-. ?? - ? -.. v E.V. V.1 Brown is prepared to un f:##rtake/ Stock and Station business, '^Atfácjr in all dranches, Report on ?.t.tí¡pi¡ré. ;r ; liídeajy^aiiii Forwarding ¿^Meewted.. Rents collected prompt- er,*«. ?.- ???' * '- ' ' Ctmmodious Auction and Stort jJ£''.:'.V ./.. : RoomsrW r Opposite Town Hall, Darwin |^^;l*díord/ McNeill - /.'..'?"; Moreing and Ntal . ? : Bentley» ? ^t^ =V #B.Gv lit and 5th Editions. p:- Cable Addreu: Youles. Jl^geo^Motor ¡Ii ??*?>. |tf M^AÄS ; NO.'S *b;'6¿ & 79. ., P^#-HREE. CRACK ¿EIVERS ||^|||"HÖIJRS. ; ALL DISTANCES. P¿| ; RING TELEHiON^E 91. ¡fife McMillan, llA^ÂlUÉGÊ Olí CALL ? CAR8 DAY OR NIGHT. g;,4-.. Competent Drivers. afe'S Up-to-Date (Cars. BILLIARDS Two First-Class Tables 'i 1 ..mt Address -^5 CAVENAGH STREET, r' Telephone 30. -Robert Farrar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

LOOKOUT for the . *.'.""' STANDARD PUBLICATIONS, - xr . ' "* : < No. i. - i ^ now in the press. £\Ch 3 v " THE LABOR CAUSE AND> rrS ^ NECESSITY," By M. C. O'HALLORAN. Being a repriint in book form of the, w series'of leading articles on the above subject '? recently published *n - the "Standard" and now being brought out in handy book form by request' Orders-may be booked at once. ' Only a limited number being printed. A most useful booklet for advocates of the Labor Cause and general . readers. A reduction on orders of a- dozen, and over by Union représentatives."" Price is. ios per doz'.>-Postage ftee.>^ ? Order direct from this Office. ';. £250 Reward. THE sum of £250 will be paid to any person giving information to the undersigned which leads to the cont victibn of any person or persons guilty of killing; stealing, or.illegally branding ?.ny of the stock on or be- longing to the Stations in the Nor- thern Territory or Western Austra- lia managed by the Northe...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Etc. The " Northern Standard " aims at being thoroughly representative of j mc Northern Tcrritoxy and with this j end in view welcomes correspon- dence from all outlying centres. 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 .¿ .lierai interest. Any complaints in regard to non rcccipt of paper should be reported to i.j at once. We will co ouirbest to remedy them. V,re would be grateful to our friends for their good offices with neigh [>ours. in obtaining fresh subscribers, ric.,' and in heiping to add to the i-ower for good of the people's own newspaper. Secretaries of the various Clubs and institutions are invited to for .-d condensed reports of proceed- ings at meetings, etc and we will bt |.leased to send a representative to any important function when duly notified. 1 Our telephone number is 119, and a ring up will secure any desired in- formation as to charges for pri...

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Democracy in Treval [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

'Democracy in Treval \ > - * v " Once let us rid ourselves of snob- , » » ?" i bery; and caste and we'll soon make , headway m many directions ; but this riddance cannot be effected under -our present scheme'of government of the nation. Why? Because we are ruled by money bags and social caste ^ j, and%party tyranny.^ *? , , The foregoing quotation is not ; from «»a revolutionary harangue by -Lenin, Trotsky, Billy Hughes ' or even Joe Cook,-'but is a rationally t v considered and* deliberate published N statement by * Admiral _ "Jack? " dis- her shortly hefore he slipped^ his cable By the" same token "Tacky " had a heap of trouble with the bonc heads of the admiralty and\thetBrit-,. ish Government because he persisted I in his desire to build "up the per sonnVl of his ships from the ranks, as Veil as otherwise. < , "I »fruitlessly endeavored to open the îRrvy to the. son^of the poor ' Equal opportunity ? for all!' "But even^tnejQ Jthjfci ui /power cpUldhav^.' matéffolrr...

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CARSON'S SNARL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921

CARSON'S SNARL. Sir Edwaard Carson would probab- ly (in these days) describe himself as a "supporter of the" British Crown* He might also say that he is' an "a postle. of law and order" and a "be-"| licver" in liberty *of opinion, particu- larly liberty, of religious opinion." As a supporter of the British Crown the London "Nation" offers him this scathing certificate: "Has everybody forgot what was happen- ing in Ulster for some years before Í1914? Just before the war, thousand« 'of men armed with German rifles marched1 to a grand parade in B el- ias t-in one place under a banner, stretched across the street,- inviting 1 .the .'Kaiser to'their aid-to be in-! spec-fed by Sir Edward Carson an<r the late" Lord Londonderry; with the present head of British, Law galloping about as a sort of,A.D.C. to the Re "bel Chief. A week befofe war was declared, on a Saturday afternoon, 'Belfast (part of it), made ah uproar- ious holiday of a display of German 'rifles and machine-guns. '...

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