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Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE REPARATIONS PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921
Latest News by Cable and I Telegraph Utttt Gables THE REPARATIONS PROBLEM. Following the Allies' Conference Marshal Foch, Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson, Admiral Beatty and other naval and military leaers con -ferrcd with a view to measures being taken in the event of Grmany prov- ing recalcitrant. Apparently occu- ' pation of the Ruhr district was ap- proved. Mobilising-the French 1919 class of troops began on Tuesday. »When mobilisation is completed 400, 000 men wil be under arms. ' \The American reply to Germany regarding the reparations offer is brief. It expressed an earnest desire for a prompt settlement and strongly urges the German Government to im- mediately make direct to the Allies kclear, definite an adequate proposals Lfor meeting its just obligations. Germany is required to reply by, May 6. r * ^"
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921
NOTES AND NEWS. Mr. Mallam is returning by the Mataram in May and will resume practice upon arrival-o We understand that, the former "Skipper" of the Mataram, Captain McLean, will be captain of the new boat, Marella. We congratulate the genial Scot whose ability is thus're- cognised. By the way Captain Mc- Lean is a first-class Gaelic scholar, and is proud of his native land. I _ I The fellow employees of Mr. Sid. Burge, for five years past a capable and popular counter hand in A. E. Jolly and Co.'s, met at the Victoria Hotel yesterday afternoon, and pre- sented him with a handsome suit case, prior to his departure for south per the Montoro. Eulogistic speeches were made by several members of the staff. With the exception of Mr. Hawke Mr. Burge was the senior employee of all those employed by the firm. We wish him a pleasant trip, for he was one of the compara- tively few who, as unionists, could be depended on for staunchness on the one part and fidelity to duty on the other. The a...
THE CRIME OF DISLOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921
THE CRIME OP DISLOYALTY. ] Australia is a young and incipient nation is seriously afflicted with what may be described as Imperial mic- robe; so much so that it can truly said that no other embryo nation in the world is detrimentally affected and so universally victimised under the guise of friendship. It has a population, a majority of which, or very nearly a majority-if we may reckon on the indifferent as equally craven and' guilty-are absolutely disloyal to the land which maintains them. And they are adepts in the ruse of attributing what they call I "Disloyalty" to the rest of the popu I lation. This disloyal element are mostly folks whom poverty or the tactics of the exploiters forced out of their own country, and who, strangely in the case of the victims of poveriy, endeavor to perpetuate or apply the methods here which made them slaves-mentally and physical- ly-where they were born. Reared iu an atmosphere of obsequious sub- mission to "Lords and Dukes'* and commercial and ot...
GLASCOW MINERS PROTEST STRIKE. DEMAND WITHDRAWAL OF BRITISH FORCES FROM IRELAND (Something the Cables didn't tell us) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 May 1921
GLASCOW MINERS PROTEST STRIKE. DEMAND WITHDRAWAL OF BRITISH FORCES FROM IRELAND (Something the Cables didn't tell us) London-Four hundred Glasgow coal miners have struck work as a protest against the terrorism in Ire- land, and to demand the withdrawal of all British-forces used against the Irish people. This is the first strike in this country for Ireland, and also the first strike for a political object. They also have called upon the Lanarkshire Union to call a 48-hour nation-wide strike to demand peace with Ireland. As one result of'the Government's Irish policy of reprisals and repres- sion, English manufacturers are find- ing- their Irish trades at a standstill and th» lost market of Ireland, added to the lost markets of Central Eur- ope and Russia, is, causing much hardship. On account of the devas- tation of towns, the looting of stores and the destruction of creameries by forces of the Crow«, Irish shopkeep- ers are refusing to lay in large stocks of goods.-B.C. "Federation...
MINERS FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
^MINERS FIRM. : ;T^e British: miners show- no - sign V of giving way ôn-; the - principle - of v a national pool, which ~ the-tnmeowners v refuse to discuss on the grounds thaf it,would mean disaster to the indus- try* . The latest development is. a threat 1 ened hold-up of British-shipping;'Thc . Transport Workers' Federation has a /. bac-'ing of 30,000 stewards and cooks . who refuse'to accept a reduction of sos, a month, whiçh the Sailors, 'arid , 'firemen hayç, already : agreed to /ac Vvccpt. _ ~~ ' V rThe Manchester dockers- - 'decided r that no vessel/bringing coal PArora ^foreign ports would be discharged. ; Arthur Henderson blames ^he.Gov-7: ernmcnt for describing the i ;disp¿te - . as political, thereby making-'a^settle-/ . went under the Industrial;:; .-Disputes Act impossible. £ :^ (" Lloyd George, speaking'íít^Maid- , " stone, offered no hope fw-"atr early settlement. -V~~ -
ALLY-GERMAN POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
Berfitï iï&lt;KvslptyI^ 4 -gard ! thc ternis oí'the ÀilÎcs' ' ultima^ . tum incapable of execution. It is thought'by the .'Berlin Tageblatt'1 ; Jbe terms' can be accepted if occupa 'tión of the Ruhr district doesn't prc ¿ .vent the financial: obligations beingj i&lt; carried out. / * 1 , '? 1 ?
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
CRICKET. -The-gaine between Australia and Robinson'si " ^eleven >/, was- "abandoned! f-. The ? match* -with^Siirrey ' began on - 1 Saturday. Y>B.àrd&éy;'^ í 3 ; Collins,, not' onfc 158 ; MacCar t ney, b Hitch,:87 ; vTaylor/b Hitch; o; Armstrong, b Rcay, ,12 ; Gregory/: c ^Strudwick, -to vRwy;V8.£ ^Hcndry,, riot out, 22 ', ^dr.ews^fr;c:.ySjtru^ick¿; ^ , RtayV 8 V sundries, 18 ;. Total for six ... wickets 325. There , was ho t- play ,011 Monday .owing to . raiiï. .'
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables PATRIOTISM AND VALOR TELL THE TYRANT YIELDING. FACTIONIST LEADER MEETS IRISH PRESIDENT. A CRITICAL AND PREGNANT MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
Latest Ne\/vs by Gable and , Telegraph > i ; ; Latest; CtUet J ^éílk TYRANT YIELDING. . ^ÏA^l^NÎSïe; LÈADÊR MEETS -1: ^RÍSK PRESIDENT A CRITICAL - AND PREGNANT , Sir;Janies Graig, the newly-appoin; &lt; ted -Ulster-faetiónisi leader, vi~v Sir* . Edward Garsohy . and "against "whom Mr. De ^-Valera thc Irish Republic ^ can President' . has'- decided .to^ , ^contest \the- ; Eást&lt; "Down : seat, - has~ conferred ''-with' De'' Valera - in Dubl»n. The news caused > a sensation ' amongst the ' Car ? sonites, but ' Sir ' James Graig's ' an-, renouncement that AIC^L hid / C^r/on' support' disarmed' critics Sir James '? Craig" returned rta- London to.consult f, the «Primci Minister. ', The London &lt;a press -secs prospects of peace; -Lord . -Derby is- Continuing' his secret èn -,. quines.' . . ' ' , " '
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
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OVERSEAS CLUB. (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
"OVERSEAS CLUB. (Contributed). i At the Hospital on Friday after- noon last the-Administrator formal- ' ly handed over to the Hospital au-j thorities the Invalid Bed that has j been, donated by members of the Overseas Club - (Darwin Branch) There was upwards of. 30 members of the Club present at the little cer- emony. The Patron (Mr. Conacher) in asking the .Administrator to make the presentation said that the bed was the result of the death in the hospital in Octob.ec.1918 of Lieut, i Pons a young; French officer of 30 i years of age wi io had died from tub- ercular trouble,^ whilst en route to the French colonies. It had been felt by members that the provision of a bed, whilst being eminently use- ful would also be a" fitting memorial to- a brave man who died far away' from *his; home vandí country and I would testify te" the feeling one had , for.;our own and fthe Allied troops. L The .Administratorv: (Mr. Urqu- hart) said that Mk Conacher had ' told them sonic ¿wag of ' the life...
THE DEVIL'S DOZEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
THE DEVIL'S DOZEN. : Isms We Condemn :-. . Imperialism. ".. ' ^I Despotism. ''- Jingoism. - ' .Flnnkeyism. J ~ - J /[ -Shraeenrsm. * ^Uu«e«nttem. , ,: * ". * Trattoriam. . c ' ' Fanaticism. - t. *. Sectarianism. \ ^ x f \ " Warwickism"' " Prussianism." Pharjseeism. ., f " Black-Ueism. . ,
DARWIN TENNIS ASSOCIATION SEASON-1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
DARWIN TENNIS ASSOCIATION SEASON-IQ2IU MAY 14-B.Á.T. a v. Town 1, B.A/IO Court; Church v., Parap * Church Court ; Town 2- v.v B.A.T~ 1, Town Court. \ ? *' " MAY 21-B.A.T. 2 v., Church,' B.A.T. Court; Town .1 -v. Town 2, Town Court; Parap v. B:A.T. it MAY 28.-Town .2 v. 0 Church, Town; Parap v/ B.A.T. 2,^Parap Court ; B.A.T. 1 v. Town} i, B.A.T. h Court.. ' ' ":vV;.:'"r-A JUNE 4-Church v.^BA.T. i *r Church Court;7 B.A.T. 2 v Town: 2, B.A.T. Court; Town'iv. Parap, Town Court . . . \ JUNE II...Town 2 v. -Parap, Town Court ; Church ?v. Town .1, Church Court ; B.A.T^2 v. B.A T. tj B.A.T; Court. * JUNE 18.^-Town 1 v: B.AVT. 2, Town Court ;s' Parap v. Church, Parap Court ; B.A.T.- i v. Town 2, : B.A.T. Court. ^ ' TOURNAMENTS COMMENCE. JUNE 25-Church v, B.Á.T: 2, Church.Court ; Town -2 v. Town* Town Court ; B.A.T. 1 v. Parapi B.A.T. Court. AUGUST-Singlet Championship./ Parap Cup Matches.
THAT SPARROW. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
THAT SPARROW. That irrepressible sparrow must' have alighted on the wonderful ' tele graph linc again, for never à word :; of news could pass along it yester- - day. And today, up to" lunch hour he has apparently- still blocked com- munication. Wonder if he is mak- . ing for Cairns to interview Minister Poynton! J ^ ¿
THE "STANDARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
THE "STANDARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. Besides supplying general,.news and current' critiques the " Standard7' will advocate inter alia, the following : The right bf Small Nations aand of all Nations. Áustraliaan . SeifrDetermination at I earliest opportune date. - I Democratic, as against imperalis tic methods'^ and discontinuance.. of privileged. The sway of . reason over artifice -V. prejudice and might. Virtues and Merits iii Nations and individuals the sole standard of re- ward. h»f-' . The cherishing of nationaal sacri- fices and fidëlity'in the cause of liberty.' Labor .ideals, aimed at with full re- gard for religious and» moral prin- ciples. - - ; ? Abolition of monopolies, and secur- ing equal opportunities and full re- sult of effort. . Freedom of religious thought and/ the sacredness of individual con- science. Neighbourship and brotherhood in religious interrelations and in social \ ' life. . Equal educational and. áll other r.alural advantages and rights for. all stctions« :...
TO " PATER." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
. TO . " PATËR.V . Your letter is perhaps justifoblc^Aj some measure, but, it Js too severe -' " an attack on "Bread and butter ".ancj.,«/. we do not like to injure, or bc injur-^ ed. 1 We have .investigated the mat-> tcrs you have referred to, and find - that, the disappointments were . be-. .. yond all possible control, .Regardless . | of expense thc shortcomings are no# being remedied,, and satisfaction ls assured in thc future. Anyone pre« senting a bona üde claim will have . it adjusted. We trust our v corres- pondent, who has only done a ^xttr-j ¡zen's duty in drawing attention- to a seeming grievance >will\apprcciate our attitude in avoiding doing ari In-, júriy when wc know that redress fa aVhand. /. / ' \}\~ -
POLICE OFFICER ADMITS FRAME-UP. ANOTHER POLICEMAN SAYS HE KNOWS OF MOONEY'S INNOCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
POLICE OFFICER ADMITS FRAME-UP. ANOTHER POLICEMAN SAYS HE KNOWS OF MOONEY'S INNOCENCE. " With-. yet another police officer coming forward to testify on. behalf of Tom Mooney, one more thread ts woven into the tapestry of truth that Distract Attorney Fickert has done his best to hide. This officer, Rich- ardW. Smith, has made affidavit in which he says he saw Mooney and .wife on the roof of the Eiler build- ings after the explosion on July' 22, 1916:, The Eiler building is a. mile and a quarter from Market and Ste- ward Streets, where the disaster oc- curred, and. Smith states unequivo- cally thatv; Mooney could not have been on the Eiler building when it was Veittg. cleared of spectators just after the explosion oii preparedness day and have anything1 to do with what happened over a mile away. Tom and Reha Mooney, it will be remembered, testified at the trial that;, they* were on the roof , of the Eile%bin^ing when *5ôi^T%èe^^ ert, according %o Smith's affidavit, knew that Smith cou...
RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921
RÄCING. ; ; .?:.!?. .... .. . .. . ; . ,? . .?^^T^"T\:f rf ?.? S*^ ' ..:-] The Newcastle. Cup was'Won by Sandbee, an 'outsider, i yi-hicj^ paid 20 to i. " Even the owner "did not fancy the horse's chance. ; The Adélá'de Cup was won by Sir Marco ^hich paid £31 for £1. '