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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921
T~rr E V. V. BROWN, '.'..- "AGENT E. ft A. S.S. Co. Ltd. and British In . ." dia S.N. Co., Ltd. SHIPPING, MINING AND GEN- ERAL COMMISSION AGENT , AUCTIONEER, &c K. V. V. Brown is prepared to un ¿ertake Stock and Station buaitièiÉ, Agcney in all dranches, Report * oti Mines. Indent and Ftfrwaráiiig .scented.. Rtnts collected prompt* ly. '' /. Ctiuiuodious Auction and Store Rooms Opposite Town Hall, Darwin CODES Bedfcrd McNeill Morcing and Neal Bentley» A.B.C., ist and 5th Editions. Cable Address : Voiles. Budgen s Motor Garage ' ! CARS NO.'S 50. 65. ft 79 THREE CRACK DRIVERS ALL HOURS. ALL DISTANCES. RING TELEPHONE 91. , *** ' 1 ? ?«? ? ? ? ?? - * - ~M.& E>. McMillan,1 GARAGE ON CALL CARS DAY OR NIGHT. ! Competent Drivers. Up-to-Date Cars. BILLIARDS ,Two First-Cláss Tables, time Address ! CAVENAGH STREET, J 1 Telephone 30. ! Robert Farrar & Sons j Smith Street, Darwin ! }'.., GENERAL COMMERCIAL j AGENTS ~^'Z AND CARRIERS. ^kOTOR CA¿S FOR HIRE'' DAY $¿£te ^ ...
CRIMINAL THIMBLE-RIGGING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921
CRIMINAL THIMBLE-RIGGING. v It wbuid be lmpo&rSioie to point ' ,«flit sériaient die grave and nunicious i scandals which tne autocratic and contemptuous system which the Gov- ernment imposes on the ïerntory is responsible for. Wt refer more par- ticularly to the administration of health and sanitary affairs. The autocratic power vested in, or as- sumed by, the heaü of the health Department on the one hand, and\thc absolute powerlessness of the civic representatives of the people,? and of the people them elves cn the other, are matters of stand- ing comment. Bm no .-»Le takes the lead on the road to reform, part- ly through recreant indifference and partly through what appears to be the unsophisticated and inexperienced methods of those who would probab-' I3 be active, useful citizens anywhere else. One can hear complaints of a startling nature at every street cor- ner, at every bar and wherever folks congregate, yet these scandals, or re- puted scandals arc allowed to go on ...
THE STRUGGLE IN IRELAND. A WORKERS MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921
THE STRUGGLE IN IRELAND. A WORKERS'" MOVEMENT. í ¡ The recurrent series of assassina- . tions and 'reprisals" is the most dramatic Icaturc of the struggle in Ireland. But of even deeper conse- quence is the slow strangling of the eco'.oniic Líe of the Irish people. The closi ~¿ of the íailways and the des- truction of crops and creameries are having-and arc designed tot have -the same effect upon Ireland as the war-time blockade upon Germany. Step bjr step the economic life of i the country is being destroyed. Between September, 1919, and September, 1920, ninety villages and country towns were shot up, and in many cases completely wrecked. Between Junc,N 1920, and October, 1920, thirty creameries were des- troyed. Over large areas rickyards have beer set on fire by the forces of the Crown. The destruction of the hay , makes the winter feeding of cattle impossible. Even rich rural areas are threatened \yith starvation. A nation is being murdered under our eyes-not in Armenia, but wit...
THE " REPARATIONS " OUT. RAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 May 1921
THE " REPARATIONS " OUT- RAGE. It is obvious from the "reparation" decision arrived at by the Allies (America not being represented) in Paris the other day that the future peace of the world, and the welfare, if not existence, of millions of cul- tured people, are to be ruthlessly sacrificed to serve the miserable per- sonal ends of two of the most notor- ious political opportunists and ad- venturers the world has ever known - Briand of France and LJoyd George of Britain^ Briand has rio majority in the French Parliament, and his political existence depends entirely upon the EXTRAVAGANCE AND RUTH LESSNESS OF THE DEMANDS HE MAKES UPON GERMANY. Lloyd George is about to fight anot- her British election and if he can persuade the British people that he is going to extort thousandsjof mil- lions of gold from the empty Ger- man Treasury he stands a good chance * of winning another election on hypocrisy, bluff and imposture. The " reparations " demanded from our late enemy can never be paid...
PILOT OR PIRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921
PILOT OR PIRATE. Sydney "D.T." speaks of the su pression of W. M. Hughes by his chivalrous "Nationalist" friends as "dropping the pilot." Doubtless sonfeV in the irony of their natures, would use the express- ion, "Dropping 'the pirate." But think of it! This idol of the "Win the War" brigade; this King of the diggers"; this Joss of-the Junkers, exposed to the indignity of being "dropped" by his leal and trusty crew! And with as tittle ceremony as the man of the galley would drop a tainted carcase overboard! How are the mighty fallen! For the "Nationalist" junta (which,1 though in power, never had a major- ity of its own, but made use of Hughes and his fellow decadents to save its own skin) one feels nothing but contempt. i. At the same time few will waste their pity on the man who went back on his party and principles, and is now being chased by the inexorable Nemesis of retribution which no £25,000 can buy off. These are no times for mincing words over the blunderers and plunderer...
WHO STARTED THE ROW? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921
WHO STARTED THE ROW ? The ex-Kaiser has been making some uncomfortable remarks about the start of the war that should call for a bit of explanation on the part of Britain and France. He says the English fleet was ready in June, and the English money arrangements made still earlier. Those whci re- j member the winter of 1014 know that ; even in Australia there was strange murmers and mutterings long before the murder in Bosnia put a spark to the powder-mâgazine of Central Eur- ope. Then France refused topromise to remain neutral in the event of old Francis Joseph gètting to grips with the Czar. Had both France and Ger- many remained quiet, the Russians would have been .victorious ; but the revolution woul have come along just the same. THE PRESS. Were I asked to name the most powerful institution in the world, 1 should answer, almost before the question was. completed s "Thc Pressé j Much more powerful than army, navy, parliament or church; than all of>Uuna put together! ^ ence. N...
THE MINISTER'S VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921
THE MINISTER'S VISIT. A meeting of thc Citizen's Com- j raittec was held in the Town Hall on ( Thursday .night last. His Worship ' the Mayor presiding. After dis the, Mayor presiding. After discus- sion it Vas decided to draft an agen- da paper setting out the chief require- ' wents of the'Territory. It was-also.; decided to form a sub-committee to goiñto the various subjects and re- port back 40 the full committee. í The agenda paper was allocated as follows : Representation and executive pow- ers for the Northern Territory :. Messrs. P. Brennan and D. A. ,-Rob érts. i ' Water supply : Town Council and I Mr. Conacher. . I Shipping : Messrs. Beckett and Kelsey. / ¡ Communications for the interior : Messrs. Oliver arid Conacher. Hospital : Messrs. Mettam, and Nelson. Railways : Messrs. Oliver, Beckett, Conacher, Cant and Nelson. New wharf : Cpnacher and Nelson. Secondary cducatiion : Messrs. Oliver and Kelsey. Civil service : Messrs.-Mettam and Oliver. I Freezer and lighting : Town C...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921
Owing to pur having to gb to press, early on Saturdays, and through the uncertainty of - ..egnlarity. in trans- mission of messages, wer are unable to give our- readers any cables or telegrams other than those of yes- terday. \ lt would bé a great boon to the press and to the public here, if Min-, ister. Poynton wçuW. cause improve- ment in the despatch of press mess- ages from Adelaiide; and also re- duce the inter-State preses rates to; the rate charged within one State. It is a penalty on all td be deprived of the ne^rs; of (other States, which is. prohibited by the charges-except, of cotise, tl^e ra^t meagre summary.
ARCHBISHOP MANNIX SPEAKS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921
ARCHBISHOP ífANNiX SPEAKS A large-number of Irish «v bishops' and priests came to Londons arid en- ' tértained Dr. Mañnix at1 '^luncheon prior to vhis. departure sf or, Áustráliar They presented - Dr. ¿ . Mannix. with gifts including vestments. Dr.' Man?: nix, replying, said that the British Government endeavored . to. put the Irish people into one camp and the \ bishops and priests into another, but all. were united. ; jHe, was- not allowed*, to visit Ireland because he refused to do Gover nment ; work there. The Government in^asking him to do the work backed ¿the wrong horse. v He was talcing .a message to Australia that4 everything he said and donc he tore and since he left Australia rc çardUg Ircla: ..cl had been., endorsed by Cardinals, Archbishops and priests and he would bc able to tell Aussie that the crimes and outrages in Ire- land must not be 7placed to. the dis- credit of thc Irish people. England could have peace in Ireland in a day by ceasing British crime and-British ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921
CRICKET. ^The. two teams for today's match - will be>~ chosen from the ^following : r First Team : Arnold C., Besley R, Young A, Faulconer H,* Southwell Fred, Kelsey ;P, McMillan .?' Max, Hocking, Davies, . Cummings ' Cull, Widdy C, Hill C. E., Sherrin B., Wilson G:: H., Finniss lr!. H., Rob- son A. C, Tootil H. . Second Team : Ardell R., , Marsh G., Cracknel! A., McDonald R, - Mc- Millan D , Kerr, 'Light Rev., Flem- ming, QuigleyJ.¿ Olsen J., Stanley W., / McIntyre G., -Porter W., Max- well, McMillan B., Grenier S.t Lampe
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921
NOTES ANO NEWS. Thc Australian cricketers arc 'do- ing well in their matches m Eng The strike is becoming very grave particularly in Scotland. . ." It is considered likely that mobil ilisation of troops will take place to' i overawe the men. Archbishop Mannix was farewell- ed by a distinguished and lcpresent ative gathering of Church dignitories in London, prior to his departure ¡for Australia. Í' " . ' * 1 The steamer Tasman has been wrecked in the Bay of Plenty.) She 'sank within half an hour. The, Minister fer Home and Ter- ritories, Mr. Poynton, arrived about one o'clock yesterday per steamer Mataram. He was met by the Administrator, the Mayor and other representative citizens, and welcomed to Darwin Attention is directed to thc fol lowing new advertisements in this issue: Returned Soldiers' Medal found; A.M.I.E.t?-. inciting on Mon- day night; in Memoriam, IVeitain; Testamentary Cuse.-: Jurisdiction. , ~ Darwin *has been unusually likely during , the past week owing to the pres...
GRAVE TURN IN STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921
GRAVE TURN IN' STRÎKË.. -There is a grave turn in the in- dustrial crisis in Glasgow where the dockers, have (declared a .^general strike to prevent the .movement of coal. Thc sailings of many steamers have been cancelled. The railway' men threaten - to strike owing to the suspension of 9 . men of the Cale- donian Railway,... for refusing to handle coal. ..¿P...