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HAS THE BILLET CHANGED HIM? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

HAS THE BILLET CHANGED ^ HIM? , The news we publish today about the position of the war of freedom fy Ireland is pregnant with nope. It ia the first time that the British Gov ernment has appreciated the force of reason and cirumstanes. It had come to an impasse because Irish valour . lias proved its genuineness and the justice of its objective. V The parar, dox is that Carson has come to his knees; is it because he has got what he was using the Ulster dupes for? Peace may come with victory for right. It may not .have been yet ransomed in the Calvary of sacrifice. ... But it must be victory or death. It is the valour, patriotism and military leadership of .Michael Collins, more. = than all the diplomacy of Ireland or ? England which will be responsible for that triumph. ., '. .

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

BOXING. ! , ' '* ». " . -~ u¿ .< - I Harry ;: Stone won * thé" lightweight championship of Australia against Ned Fitzgerald in Sydney stadium.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHIPPING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

; SHIPPING NOTES - May 7, Montoro from Singapore. . Passengers :-Miss Urquhart, Mrs. Omatru Ohadu, Mrs. C. Holmes and i infant,-G. A. Shields, D. A. Ander I son. / May 8, Montoro for Sydney. via ports. Fassengers: -Miss E. Tighe*, Mrs; O. G. Higgins and infant, Mrs. Flynn, Mir. >and*Mrs". Hauckins, Mrs. A. E. Walker and Son, E. J. Foster, j E. C. Roy, F. Aorck, H. F. Julien, Mrs. Loftus, P. Fewer, Forday, J. i Ball, H. W. Blyth," S.^ Burge, D. Bryce, W. Walton, W. MMeClasky, H James^ W. Boyd^ J,. Anderson, T. Coglan, Mts. Forday,' H: Townson. Chi* Pack. >-% . V y -

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

NOTES ANO NEW!. I Mr. Mallara is returning by the J Mataram in May and will resume j practice upon arrival.-o ' r ". A special train for the conveyance of mails will leave Darwin on Wed- nesday, May i8th at 8 a.m. and will run as far' as Emungalan, leaving, there for Darwin on Thursday at 3 p.m. " x ? ?. |/ Attention is directed to thc auction sale of town allotments by Mr. E. V. V. Brown, on Saturday, May .21 st; 1 also to the auction sale of utilities at Mr. Brown's"auction mart on May 14th. . Lameroo Bedach is - becoming more and'more popular, as many' as sixty" bathers (mixed) 'being revellers in thc briny àt one time. By the,.-\way it -would be: well if those who have a penchant for "dev- ilment" would remember/ the feel- ings1 and N convenience of others, par- ticularly of ..- womeii and children. Propelled i : footballs: and dogs, y so much in evidence, are not conducive to enjoyment, or to popuarity of the bathing exercise. / ? The Town Band have set apart the Botanical Gard...

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METAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

METAL QUOTATIONS'. The , following metal quotations were received at thc Mines. Office* this morning : ' . . f . Coppr standard spot, £72 12s 6d, three months, £71 2s 6d, electrolytic £72' ios -to £73 ios per ton; Lead spot, £22 15s "per ton, 'forward, £22 12s 6d; Tin standard spot, £177 12s. 6d per ton, three months, £179 17s od; Süycr stándard cash, 2s io>4d per .oz, standard -forward, 2sCiódf¿d;;:£ne rash, -3s ' îiié", "Ane1-vforward, 3s io .«3-i6d; Molybdenite,, £2 JSs ;per unit; Wolfram 12s od per unit. .

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THE MOVEMENT SPREADING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

THE MOVEMENT SPREADING. Acting on thc proposal oí thc -'Standard" a meeting of thc mem- bers of the Civil Service was^held on Saturday, to, make arrangements-ito place 1 their, grievances before the Minister for Home and Territories. Messrs. T. G. Oliver and Ar J. Met- tam were appointed to thc ' General Citizens Cgnunittee. It was decided to form a commit tee representing the various branches of the service to meet the Minister and, to ' more particularly press their claims in i addition to what may be döne in a general way by the citizens .committee. "v- . ^ '.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

Dr. C. HIEL ;,V DENTAL SURGEON . - Specialist in Crown and Bridge/ work. \ -May be consulted at H*; rooms < f . at the' cottage * Between Commercial Bank and í Victoria HoteL r . ^Charges Moderate. HOÚRS-^-Dai y 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. , Telephone íío. 93. > - , '

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. The "Northern Standard" aims at'." being thoroughly representative " of i fie Northern Territory and with ibis c;id in view welcomes corrcspon- * donee from all outlying centres. ' »No matter, how opposed to our views free discussion is permitted in j our columns» so long as it is not ab-, ! usive and refers, to matters _gf" {. onercl interest. « ^,. Any ^complaints in : regard to non receipt of paper should be reported ttf~( t. i; r.t- once. ¡ AYe will co our best to /imedy .them. t > ' r ¿Wc would bc grateful to qur friends I Aw theirgood ofiiees withs neigh^ L ours, in obtaining fresh subscribers, ! cte, and^in heiping to add to thc' /l-ower for good of the people's own ^newspaper. Secretaries of "the various'. Clubs and institutions are invited to for y .vi condensed -reports cf proceed ; ings at meetings^ cte and we will be j ¡»leased to send" a representative; to. any important function ; when duly notified, ??"...>; I - ' ' . j f^ir telephone num...

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DISARMAMENT FAVORED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

--' L»l S ARMAM hisÏ .FAVORED. * A;:JCI ÍC:V iiaSv.icccpiçd a scal^ou thc .Suprcniù .Council. Prcsiiciit Jiurd ' iavors o. ilnamenf. t > l ... /'?... ?? . : . I ... --- > . '

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A WORKERS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

A WORKERS' INSTITUTE. ' f . » ^ -- M "Educate ,ihat yoiTmay bc free" " i¡ a time-honored and epigrammatical ly pregnant maxim which, we regrci io, say, is honored in the breach mon than in the observance ?> by the ver) people to whom it most directly ap- plies, and who have most to gain bj putting it into practice. . We refer tc the workers, a large percentage ol ,whom -fail - to nourish -'and cultivate the f ( mindr except ^ il be in the direction- of. those studies: which. rather . vitiate thanV educate. They "fail to realise that : they arev just as capable oj en- noblement by education^ ^ sort of theirimore astute-: fellowmen; who i realise the - valuer of knowledge, not only as-a p^lcasure^giv^r but âfra levert in the" progress of Ufe anduheir supremacy, over; the indolent masses. -Except for just a little fporting ;and sensational^reading, the masses of the workers display but very little taste for . «.literature which imparts genuine knowledge, and with it a lever which ma...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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AMERICAN STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

AMERICAN STRIKE > Thc American /shipping strike is \attended~with serious disturbance's. Iii a melee in New York between : strikers and non-unionists several shots were fired and a sailor' was wounded. 1 Savannah strikers fired at - 'the Shipping Board officials ,who were arranging! to place strike breakers a board a steamer. Over 400 steamers are . tied UP. V The compromise between shipown- ers ai?d unionists was rejseted. <v.¿ . - Riots - are reported 'from Philadel- phia* Newport,. Baltimore and. New

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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THE NORTHERN STANDARD, TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

THE NORTHERR STANDARD, TUESDAY, MAY io, 1921/ Stand by the -Right, condemn the /Wrong, not in a spirit of ^hostility, but that die evil may be changed .in- to good., . - .. % - . - . .. ' ' ' . . i ? » ? . i>

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Latest Telegrams PEACE AT LYELL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

Latest Telegrams PEACE AT LYELL. I A. VVV U. employees- at. Mt. Lyell minc, Zeehan, have accepted the em- ployers' proposals to work 40 hours one week and 48 next. -r v

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WORTHY PRESIDENTAL PROPROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

WORTHY PRESÍDÉNTAL PRO PROGRAMME. . , » ¡ r Shanghai reports that Sun Yat Sen. formally assumed .the* office,,of Pre- sident bf 'China. His. plans, include foreign recognition, unification^ of / Chinai abolition : of military govern mentí reduction ,of army to a mini-, mum, restoration' ;of'China's;; position by denouncing' Japan's 21. demands.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

'DARWIN TOWN BAND'S MONTHLY PROGRAMME., > /Saturday, May 15, 'Botanical Gar- dens at 345 p.m.' , " \ . Wednesday, May î&VTown^ Band [-Pictures. ". Friday, May 20, Callan Pat k at 8 p.m. Monday, May 23, 2l/2 Mile at 8.15 i P.m. ' ^ Friday, May 27, Hospital at 8 p.m." \ . H., Robinson, Hon. Sec. COMMON WEALTH RAILWAYS. ..',<.??.-.>'??:; i-" - II ^ . ? ? ¿. A specials train for "the conveyance of mails will !runcas under : ' ' Wednesday, i8th May, Darwin, de- part 8 a.m. "''Thursday ^ 19th .May, Pine Creek, depart 8 a.m.- Emupgal an depart 3 pta. Friday, 20th May, Pine Creek,' depart 8.5 a.m. Darwin arrive 5.52 p.m. \ J. H. MILLICÄN; ' ' Officer in Charge, ^ N. T. Railway. AUCTION. \:-- ' . . 2.30 p.m;, Saturday, May 14, 1921, at Brown's Mart Tables, Glassware, Tinware, Lamps, Bedsteads,/Içe-ChestyChest-Drawers, Clothing, R«g,si Tin-Trunks, Bàsket >arç, Travéliçts-Bags', /Telephone, Sundries,: Etc: JEtc, . :% .. \ Nb Reserve; Inspection: Invited. ^ AntttcMtr...

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JUNKERS' TOOLS ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

< JUNKERS' TOOLS ACTIVE. Excited crowds' attended 'the Syd- ney Domain 'on Sunday'/afternoon in anticipation \of-.the 'fulfilment :of the threat of returned soldiers- to ¡burn thc red flag as a retaliation : for the burning: off the Union Jack -on May 'Day. Corporal Murphy, M.P., speak- ing on the- platform of the returned soldiers. A.L.P. section said the La- bor Party was loyal as; anyone,' but returned soldiers had tome " to"' disor- ganise the meeting.;. He was counted :out and soldiers rushed-thc lorry a mid /greata excitement - and threw off tlic A.L.1*. soldiers and helpers. '? Thc police diyined - what was «Coming; but< before they could; fight their* way to the platform aunaW held the reg : flag, -^tbït^antf''set^it-''am*e.^rAftevJclreeriñg,, j the crowd dispersed.' The xrowd was the largest ever seen in the Do- main.* 1300 policemen were 'present' and several arrests were"-made, in- cluding Judd; who flourished >a re- volver, at the crowd ^hile ''a...

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FRANCE-AND ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

FRANCE-ÄND ROME. "*'r'A report froni Paris states that the *' _ 1. - . I. -J -V ^French -Government will shortIyN re-r sume -diplomatic relations '? with. the' ' ^Vatican." ' ' 4

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

A. E. JOLLY ?r Coy. (ESTABLISHED 1883.) ,. General Merchants & Importers SHIPPING, STATION, INSURANCE and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS CORNER OF SMITH AND BENNETT STREETS A Large áhd Varied Assortment of GKOCER1ES, DRAPERY' BOOTS and SHOES, Harness and other Leather Goods ? ? . ? " " .MINING TOOLS. CANVAS, PvOPES, etc., etc. Always on Hand nih Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., Arriving by Every Boat A. E. JOLLY ?r Coy., . , « The Corner Store ¡The Grove Hill Sawmills LUCY & O'SHEA, Prop. Are now prepared to Supply the Public with CYPRESS PINE or HARDWOODS sawn to any sizes. . . Waggon ind Buggy Timbers- cut and dressed to alf sizes LUCY AND O'SHEA, GROVE HILL. ' %W.U. Boarding UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE. * .Old A vid ress : Corner PEEL and MITCHELL STREETS Good Meris-Good Beds-Good Attention-Moderate Charges TRIAL SOLICITED. jLJniCii Labor only Employed. Mrs. E. E. PEARSE, Proprietress. Notice. To whom it may Concern. Any person depositing garbage at Garbage Depot, n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

( ^ ' --\LAND;SÀLE. " V ^'/¡ CYRUS LEGG, ESTATE. J _ 2.30 p.m. Saturday, May 21, 102*. l5V¿J . ?E. V. V. Brown under ^instructions from tíic English"and Scottish Jiank'.^*^ will sell by Public" Auction 'tin-^^jW dcrmcntioned~ land in-the*'Townships 'of Darwin. - " >w~-v 1 Town Lots Nos. 114, 157, 242, 566^*' ^ 423. 5Í9/539. 570, 5^3", 883"*', ^ E. V. V. BROWN: *" 'I 1 Auctioneer. / :r , » A GRAND. PICTURE NIGHT . - Inlaid of, , . ^ , \ ¿ - THE TOWN BAND. %% "** '">? ~Z will be given at the Stadiuim-onu .^j WEDNESDAY/MAY 18th NEXTi'"'^ r* Come and Help a Worthy, Canje. ^ The Town Band Gives its "Services Freer-you ;can assftt them -tb\c$nA - I - _ tinue' áoing sW .. Tickets 2s and is.- - Í " H. ROBINSON, Hon. Sec.^ .-. _ ? ? ?? ..: . ? \ -.. ? _ ? . .«'-¿?t» ?. y ^-J.- :-.:^^sv.-_ BifliaitfU .,, Billiirtfs ! 5: Step m any time and enjoy a game - J of Billiards ¿in a- -V^.'iy4 C,^FT ' /V , 1 FIRST-CLASS:*TABLE v Competent and Attentativc\ 'Marker. * «% ' TWO TABLES. ' " -'/X TER...

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N. T., RAILWAY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 10 May 1921

? N. T., RAILWAY. (To tho Ewtbr.)S Sir,-"Ex-Railway- Worker" rang thc bell more than once when he expos- ed the tragic Jtàtc of the N. IV Rate way¿ in your issue of the 3rd instant. I know that he has spoken- "Thc j whole truth .»and nothing . but the' truth," pr should -1 - say vwrittcn -'thc truth ; and the truth of those" bold; statements " ~ is ¿well known to . the Commonwealth Railway ^officials; r ?. I have taken a keen - interest in these acts. of vandalism on the part of the^ railway authorities. Investi- gations disclose a deplorable state of affairs. The - railway smash predict-', ed by "Ex^'Railway Worker" is a .dead certainty.' .1 examined /the wheels, of the rolling stock and I find they resemble "Shear blades" more than wheels. . 4 . then examined the fish-plates, which hold the .rails , to^. géther; - ' What -: a disclosure U The heads of the bolts ; are slowly ? but surely beings shorn roff by these-ve- hicles of destruction which « convey "Death" every révolution ^t...

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