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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

PEACE PROGRESS , ; . PATRIOTISM . a& _,_ FREEDOM ? FRATERNITY | FAIR PL AK-1

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£10 A HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

£io A HEAD. General R. E. H. Dyer, who has to his credit the death and shooting óí 5000 Indians in India, including massacres in the Punjab, in Bengal and other provinces has been richly rewarded by the British Govern- ment in India and by the British public in England. In payment of his noble work, "worthy of an Englishman," as it has been called in England, up to date Dyer is assured of £31,000. Of this amount £30,000 has been donated by the English public through the Dyer Fund, opened by the " Morning Post," of London, and is given in. Grateful appreciation of Dyer's ac- tivities in India. The rest of the money comes from the treasury of India, as an annual pension appropriated by the British Government in India. Altogether there is about £31,000 which will be given Dyer for the killing and wounding of 5000 Indians. This makes about £10 a head. By this act on the part of the Eng- lish public of rewarding wholesale murder in India, the people of Eng- land take upon their heads'the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

AU communications for. publication in the "Standaard" should be ad- dressed to the Editor.. All business letters should be addressed to the Manager. Otherwise they are liable to be overlooked. No correspon- dence can receive consideration which is sent without the writer's name (not necessarily for publica-1 tion). .

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Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables ALLY-GERMAN POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

Latest News by Cable and < - Telegraph Latest ' Catín / ALLY-GERMAN POSITION. A great political crisis is being en- acted in-Berlin and the decision may profoundly affect) £út opean politics Opinion ib hardening > in favor of the rejection of the Allies' ultim- atum. ~ , s i The Upper Silesia revolt is scripus and only a miracle will save a bloody "-civil war. Berlin states that there is no sign of any party favoring acceptance of the* Allies' ultimatum. Some would accept the reparation clauses but re-' «jject the demands regarding criminals and disarmament. Germany's industrial federation of the various Ruhr industrial organisa- tions carried a resolution urging! the rejection of the ultimatum, declaring their readiness to suffer. Occupation of the Ruhr was inevitable soon as possiSle ' when the * terms were un- fulfilled. " America advises Germany to ac- cept the Allies' terms which offered the Only solution of the present Eur- opean crisis. '

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DARWIN TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

DARWIN TOWN BAND. . The following is the programme for Sunday next in the" Gardens at 345 p.m. : March, "Antipodes '' ; . - march, "Craigelie " ; waltz, "Valerie*;, march, "Colonel Bogey"; selection, "American Beauties"; march "Wai*/" roa '; waltz, "Fairy dream"; march*,,/ "Moonlighter"; march "Monmouth*;; "Advance Australia " ; " God Save .. the King.". H. ROBINSON, Hon. Secretary.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

The enterprise o"f the Town Band in deciding to submit a programme of music in the Botanical Gardens on Sunday afternoon next should be practically appreciated by the pres- ence of a large crowd of visitors. If , "ufficient interest is evinced in this new departure the Secretary of the B?md informs us that the renditions will be continued from time to time.

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SPECIAL SUMMONSES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

SPECIAL SUMMONSES. In view of the conspicuous part'" special summonses are just now s playing, in connection-with Income' Tax affairs, the following paragraph from our contemporary of January 4 "' last, will be of interest, and will show that as far as the S.M. is concerned, bj has no sympathy with4he oppres-v\ siye nature of-the Act, and that every. " defendant in such eases may expect-" the fullest and fairest consideration : . " In the Local Court on Monday, the solicitor for plaintiff urged' that appearance was not valid since, affidavits of merits did not comply - with! the Act The defendant .ap- peared in person. Major Hogan, S.M., stated that the procedure "in cases for collection of small debts was most cumbersome. Unless de- , fendant employed a solicitor he was liable to strike' trouble before / the merits of the case could be gone into. Few laymen could draw up the affidavit of merit, and " ibis was necessary if the claim was for ! even 5s. In simple matters, pro«, cedure...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

NOTES AND NEW!. Mr. Maiiam is returning by the Mataram in May and will resume practice upon arrival-o The Mataram, which was delayed by calling on the political pic-nicking / excursion at Cairns, is expected to air" - rve in Darwin to-morrow evening^ The delay has evidently not been," very prolonged. 1 / A very amusing, because umqae, " little incident attracted our attentiou this morning; it was the v.ght, for th<* first time in our experitn"*', of v three sL'lwart men walking towards town at a BRISK pace.1 Otile; hands ^ conjectured as to the «-unusual^ sight One thought it was to escape from the white ants, another that they vere trying to s«e if -:hcy could outpace the buffalo team, while the "Printer's . devil " clinched matters with the conjecture that draft beer^ was getting short. We, ourselves are . still wondering. Just a suggestion ' lucie are numerous motor cars and sulky turn* outs in Darwin. There are a iiumoti* of good, kind nurses zt the no^pilal. who are ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. The " Northern Stand«} J " aims at being thoroughly representative of ^ t.«e Northern'Territory and with this end in view welcomes Ncorrespon ..? ice from ali outlying centres. . i No matter howv opposed to our view» ircc discussion is permitted m our column», so long as it is not ab- usive and refers to matters ¿>f j,, ncir.1 intcr<st. - , Any complaints in regard to^non rceeipt of paper should be reported to ,."., rt once. We will co our best to : ¿medy them. ' We would be grateful to our friends for their good ofiiccs with 'ueigh ¿ ars. in obtaining fresh subscribcis, c*c, and in helping to add to the i power for good of the people's own newspaper. - , Secretaries of the various Clubs and institutions are invited to for 1 cv)nde'iscd reports of proceed- ings at meetings, etc and we v. ill be nleased to send a representative to any important function when duly ' notified. I Our telephone number is 119, r.nd a ring up Will secure any desired in...

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A GREAT PLEADER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

LA GREAT PLEADER. i , . . "'.If the people of. the' Northern Territory are'given representation in the Federal Parliament I feel sure you will' have no more trouble jtáth them" remarked Staniforth Smith in ,;J,n address to members of both houses of Parliament in the Senate club room, last night. "Many people think," he said, "that the Northern Territory is a barren wilderness but , they would be surprised to. learn that the average yearly rainfall there was better, than W.A., S.A. and better than the yearly average of the whole Commonwealth. Despite all the dif dificulties the pastoral industry ¡ had progressed. What is wanted is rail- ways which should tap the great un- explored sources of wealth jn the .¿.«rricuîtural and mining areas."

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GRAVE CHARGES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

GRAVE CHARGES. The Cockatoo Island enquiry is ¡till proceeding. Rear Admiral Clarkson, third naval member, is blamed for bad administration. A witness stated he did'nt think the , naval board wanted to make a suc- cess of the place. Clarkson reported ¿gainst the Government taking over the Island from the State.

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THE NORTHERN STANDARD, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

THE NORTHERN STANDARD, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1921. Stand by the-Right, condemn the Wrong, not in a spirit of hostility but that the evil may be changed in- to good.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

Á GRAND VARIETY CONCERT AND DANCE In aid of Ralph French will be held in the Town Hall on WEDNESDAY, JULY 20th, 1921. Something out of the Ordinary ! A deserving case for the young 1 matf has recently had his leg ampu I tated One of the Best of its kind ever held in Darwin. / .FULL MOON SO BIG HOUSE I EXPECTED

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PICTURES OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

PICTURES OF IRELAND. ! The general public haye lu ard much of the celebrated poem "The Fight- ing Race" which Theodore Roose- velt, while President, honored, and thought worthy of honoring, by re- citing it at a great St. Patrick's Day gathering ; but they, may not know much of the gifted poet who wrote it-Joseph I. C. Clarke. We here publish another beautiful' poem by the same author. Do you ever hear the blackbird in the thorn, Or the skylark rising warbling in the morn, With the white mists o'er the meadows, Or the cattle in the shadows Of the willows by the- borders of the stream ? Do you ever sec old Ireland in a dream ? A many a time, a many a time. Can you see the lull-sides touched with sunset gold, And eve slow darkling down, o'er field and fold, With the aspen-trees a-quiver, And the waters of the river j Running lonesome-sounding dow« the dusky glen? Do you think of Irish twilights now and then? A many a time, a many a time. Have you ever seen green Ireland lifting from t...

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SMALLPOX AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

'iSMÀLLPOX-AT- GEELONG. I A case of smallpox is reported from .Geelong. The authorities are unable to trace its origin.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

TENNIS. Some very interesting matches were played in the third day's play of the Pennant Competition on Sat- urday last, i The Church visited the Oval Court to play Town i, and a close fight was anticipated. Expectations how- ever- were hardly realised as the home team romped home winners 3 rubbers to 1. Walker and MacDon ald opened the first doubles by op- posing Lawrie and Kentish and won 6-3» I-61 6-1. As the.scores indicate the play was rather scratchy; Walk- er was good however, and received good assistance from « his partner. For some reason Lawrie did not play his usual dashing game, while Kent- ish made a lot of wild hits. In the second doubles Hof and Ward went down to-Frost and Godfrey 6-1, 6-1. This result is hard to understand as undoubtedly the Reverend- Gentle- man is a good player-at times play- ing a really brilliant game-while Wari always plays a useful game. Somehow these two in partnership do-not show te the best, advantage. ThJlCJtorc^^ much strengthened if they ...

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BRITONS NEVER WILL BE SLAVES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

BRITONS NEVER WILL BE ;"-^'* sjîÂvEsi' ^tilt,~ Forced labor is, is operation **niT other parts of the j British Empire""' '-«$ besides thq Kenya Colony (says a recent B.LP. newsletter). In reply to a question Lt-Col. Amery, Under^ Secretary for theColoiues, stated that > Ordinances providing "for short per- * iods of compulsory labor on roads^ and for public objects" were m op- eration in the following places : Ceylon.-The Roads Ordinance, i86r, (No. io of 1861-see Sees. 497 and 50). , 1 ' Cyprus.-The Branch Roads Law, 1899 (No. 27 of 1899). " The Village Road Law, 1900 (No. 6 of 1900) (amended by Nos. 6~ of 1901 and ii ofi904>. , - Dominica.-The Public Roads Act, 1888 (No 18 of 1888). (Note.-This Act has been largely repealed by the Road Ordinance, 1914-No. io of 1914-but the provis- \ ions of the former. Act as to labor and money contributions-are express- ly saved.) "V , 1 1 j Fiji.-The Communal Service Reg- t * ulations, 1912 (No. 7 of 1912)-pas- sed by the Native Regulati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

A. E. JOLLY êr Coy. (ESTABLISHED 1883.) .General Merchants & -Importers SHIPPING, STATION, INSURANCE and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS ¿ _, CORNER- OF SMITH AND BENNETT STREETS A Large and Varied Assortment of GROCERIES, DRAPERY' BOOTS and SHOES, , Harness and other Leather Goods MINING TOOLS, CANVAS, PNOPES, etc., etc. 1 Alvvayíon+land \ Fresh Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., Arriving by Every Boat r '»?»i'ffSP :-fï«*î-:,Sîs"2'' A E, JOLLY fir Coy., The Corner Store The Grove Hill " Sawmills i LUCY & O'SHEA, Prop. Are now prepared to Supply the Public with CYPRESS PINE or HARDWOODS sawn to any sizes. Waggon and Buggy Timbers cut and dressed to all sizes k¿. LUCY AND O'SHEA, ' ¡V GROVE HILL V ,^_ ______________ ---J. A.W.U. Boarding, UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE. Old Address: Conten PEEL and MITCHELL STREETS Good Mails-Good Beds-Good Attention-Moderate Charge« TRIAL SOLICITED. Unka Labor only Employed. Mrs. E. E. PEARSE, ._ Proprietress. Notice. To whom it may Concern....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

LAND SALE. CYRUS LEGG, .ESTATE. ¡. 2.30 p.m. Saturday, May 21, 1921. E. V. V. Brown under instructions from the English and Scottish Bank will sell by Public Auction the un- dermentioned land in the Township» of Darwin. ' ; ? Town Lots Nos., 114, 157, 242, 366/ 423, 5i9, 539. 570, 583. 885- '.,.'' E. y. y. BROWN. Auctioneer. REWARD. LOST from MENDIL BEACH on Monday last, A BINGHY. Revarrl on returning or on information as' to. its whereabouts, to v; , W. WIDDUP^ Darwin. REWARD, "_ : STRAYED from Hospital Fll'A BITTEN GREY MARE, (in foal): Branded near shoulder, Q T M; off, shoulder A T L ; -thigh B T Z. RE- WARD on returning to HOSPITAL, A U C T TO N. 3.30 p.m., Saturday, May 14, 1921, at Brown's Mart. Tables, Glassware; Tinware, Lamps, Bedsteads, Ice-Chest,, Chest-Drawers, Clothing,, Rugs, Tin-Trunks, Basket-, ware, Travelïers-Bagsi .Telephone, Sundries; Etc. Etc., - * No Reserve; v Inspection»InVitéd.*: 5.. E. V.Y. BROWN. - Auctioneer.^ .' FOR SALE. Z On a Walk-in Walk-out Basis. ...

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Labour Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921

Labour Notes. ("By HOE.') I have often wondered that honest social reformers-and tttere arc some -have not succeeded in instituting such a co-operation of workers as would lead the way to better things. I do not, of ¿ourse, mean socialistic pregrinations to South America, nor Utopian schemes promulgated by designers. There is a wide field for production, employment, and pros- perity m co-operations of industrial i factors, and yet all the noisy energy of alleged refoVmers have been cen- tred on personal ambitions. The j tens of thousands wasted on strikes and destructive agitations would have been made reproductive if ap- plied to co-operative industry, by which the whole community would likewise profit. * From the first the unionist body in Australia could be counted by tens of thousands, and their accumulated funds by the same measure. Had the sums, and yearly fees since been de- voted to the purchase or leasing of grazing or agricultural areas, and to the establishment of co-oper...

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