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Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE YORKSHIRE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

* Latest News by Cable and Telegraph THE YORKSHIRE MATCH. Gregory,;not out : 104, Andrews st. Dolphin,^*» Killer r J jí - Ry der- run' out 11, Hcndry c Rhodes, h Robinson 1, Carter, c Sutcliffe, b. Rhodes;/12, Mc- Donald: b' Rhodes 16, sundries 8,- total 263. " v . - ; ?? ' . -? "?' í " Bowling : Rhodes s for 87/'Kilner '2 for 50» Waddington ï for $9. ^Yorkshire, Holmes c Hcnd'ry b Mcdonald 3, Sutcliffe, not out^ 27; Ty- son not out 26, sundries ; 7^ total i for 63. : '. ' .'? f .j

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

A. E. JOLLY y Coy. (ESTABLISHED 1883.) " General Merchants & Importers SHIPPING, .STATION* INSURANCE and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS CORNER OF SMITH AND BENNETT STREETS A Large an<k Varied Assortment of GROCERIES. DRAPERY' BOOTS and SHOES, Harness and "other Leather Goods MINING TOOLS, CANVAS, ROPES, etc., etc. Always on Hand - Fresh Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., Arriving by Every Boat À E. JOLLY ?r Coy., Trie Corner Store The Grove Mill Sawmills 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 i 7. » ? i ? LUCY AND O'SHEA, ; i. GROVE HILL. A.W.U. Boarding UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE. Did Address: Corner PEEL and MITCHELL STREETS Good Me:;ls-Good Beds-Good Attention-Moderate Charges " TRIAL SOLICITED. Unica Labor only Employed. Mrs. E. E. PEARSE, Proprietress. Notice. <? To whom it nay Concern. Any person depositing garbage at G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

A.M.I.E.U. A MEETING of members of the above union will be held at the Meet- ing Hall, Parap on MONDAY, the 16th Inst., at 7.30 p.m. P. BRENNAN, Secretary. FOUND. A.. RETURNED.. SOLDIER'S MEDAL. Owner can have same on supplying number to ^ , ' A. XIÎEREB, ;,Jc »Club Hotel. THE NORTHERN TERRITORY^ OF AUSTRALIA. In the Supreme Court Testamentary Causea Jurisdiction IN THE ESTATE of WILLIAM [LAWRIE late of Kensington in the State of New South Wales and of Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia Grazier deceased. PURSUANT to Section 22 of j "The Trustee Act, 1893 " NOTICE is ! hereby given that all Creditors and other persons having any debts claims or demands of what kind so- ever upon or affecting the estate of the above named deceased (who died at Darwin aforesaid on the 30th day of January .1920) and Probate of whose Will was granted by the Su- preme Court of New South Wales in its Probate.Jurisdiction on the eigh- teenth day of June 1920 (such Pro- bate being sealed with the ...

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THE LATE PERCY BROOK-FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

THE LATE PERCY BROOK- FIELD. Thc* "Barrier Daily Truth" con- tains many feeling tributes to the late Labor chief, the following from the pen of Donald Grant being strik- ingly appropriate : - " Jack Brookfield is dead. Included wita ali. ms iriends in this part oí Australia I lind it difficult to realise that I shall never again hear his vol. c pleading thc cause of those who find so few to voice their aspir- ations and ideas. Thc big outstand- ing feature of Brookfield's life was his sincerity and his disinterested, loy-' alty to any cause which he believed was right. I first met Brookfield during the conscription campaign of 1916. I was at Broken Hill doing wnat I could to prevent the young manhood of this country being sent, against their will, to thc European slaughter house. It will bc remem- ; bered that public feeling ran high at , thi¿ time. One did not know what might happen, next. It was, to quote Tom Paine, "A time which ¡ tried men's souls." .Men were being gaoled on the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

EV. V. BROWN, AGENT E. ft A. S.S. Co. Ltd. and British In- itia S.N. Co., Ltd. SHIPPING, MINING AND GEN ERAL COMMISSION AGENT , AUCTIONEER, ftc. E. V. 'V. Brown is prepared to-un dtrtake Stock and Station buiiutis, Agency in all dranches, Report on Mints. Indent and Forwarding .xecuttd.. Rents collected prompt V: - - Commodious Auction and Stort - k I Rooms . 7*Opposite Town Hall, Darwin CODES-* Btdfcrd MeNeill Mtrelng and Neal Bentley» A.B.C., m and 5th Editions. Cable Address : Voùlea. Budgens Motor CARS NO/S 50. «5. & 7fr THREE CRACK DRIVERS ALL HOURS. ALL INSTANCES. RING TELEPHONE 91. M. & D. McMillan, ? GARAGE ON CALL ? ? ?«.. / " CARS DAY OR NIGHT. Competent Drivers. Up-to-Date Cars. BILLIARDS First-Class Tables Samt Address CAVENAGH STREET, . ""> i ? Telephone 30. ! Robert Farrar ' & Sons Smith Street, Darwin GENERAL COMMERCIAL AGENTS AND CARRIERS. MOTOR CARS FOR, HIRE DAY 1 AND NIQHT. THREE CARS Competent and Careful Drivers. Two' Lorries and Piano...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Latest Telegrams CONSUL SUCIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

CÓNSUL St-i CI DES. - The Cónsul-General for Finland, Kaarlo Nauklcr, commit ted suicide in Sydney by injecting 12 grains of morphia into his leg. He was upset over his wife paving him.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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THE TEST OF SINCERITY— No "Dead Sea Fruit." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

THE TEST OF SINCERITY No " Dead Sea Fruit." i r* -Àiucit iras oecn said and written in a supenicial way as to wnU arc ¿he urgent auu vital icquircuicius ul mc ivi/imuu J. cirilo; y, a nu uijjU iiiciiid «iiü Vjrovcinuicinai promises nave centred round tutbv: ui-consid cred ana memcicut' Miggcsuous.. it is not Uiac wc taji io appreciate tuc good wishes and honest efior ts ol s tu-cous muted spokesman that wc l'Oint out herc thc disappointment and failure winch must result irom a . concession which would be nothing more man "ucad Sea fruit '; ii ut 1 wc feel that ii thc Government is sincere and a trank and open state- ment ol\ thc true facts of thc case is promulgated, it may at least help thc former to not only avoid the stigma of insincerity and faliure but stimulate it to do the big, manly thing by thc Territory, and give its present and future residents not only a hope but an appreciation. / The Minister for Home and Territories has been good enough to come on what wc presume is t...

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As You Meet It. CHARACTER SKETCH, BY "TIM TOUCHUP." THE WARRIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

As You Meet lt. CHARACTER SKETCH, BY "TIM TOUCHUP.1 THE WARRIOR. I have just removed ityy faa put away my pipe, so that 1 readily be conceded I approacl vast subject with the reverend humility due thereto. In thc old degenerate days of airy a warrior was a gaudy io* individual who to¿h\ no trouble void dancer from the advera battle-axe, or bullet, and we hay< authentic account of where he carried . a walking-cane or i gloves. His. presence at picnics, was not a - common occurrence, >she has .been, seldom known to more than a .sabre wound, or a b cn thigh throughout a whole yi musketry practice,% AU these th reflect on the old-style, , warrior, the development of the genus naturally brought honor and glor the modern world. In the develo genus many noble qualities- hithi . and duties have, become so diversi that no community could possi do without its quota of warriors. . maidens should lament and bri raiments and sundry articles of du wear, and. embellishment should uns...

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Our Future. WHAT WILL THE MINISTER DO? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

WHAT WILL THE MINISTER DO? (Contributed by "Pioneer.") "And what came ye forth .to see?" This is not the text of a sermon but a pertinent questioin that may Rea- sonably be addressed to the Hon.' the Minister for Home and Territor- ; ies. - '.-j lt is presumed that- Mr. Poynton has arrived with an open mind and à desire to do ali that in him lies to. forward the interests-not Î of thé. Territory-rbut of. the people of the Territory, for without- people there can be no. interests to forward. It may be necessary to emphasise, this distinction for, in the past, the policy of the tricked masters of the Com- monwealth funds was to squander; money in useless and unproductive work utterly disregardful bf' the people resident in the Territory pr who might hereafter become residents of the Territory. Whb those" were who actually'benefited by the -reck- less bread-casting of that money .was indicated, in evidence but. it . was^ plainly shown that-the people of the Northern Territory. gained b...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

TENNIS. Another interesting day's play on thc Courts is anticipated this after- noon. ? Town i will visit. B.A.T. 2 and should go very close to breaking thc home team's unbeaten record. ^ B.A.T. i should not have . much difficulty in dispensing of .Town 2 ^t* the Oval Court. '.' Parap and Church should haye had a very even match, but the for 1 mer will be considerably weslÉéñedí ' by the absence <rf Ifarsh. ^

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HOBBS ILL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 May 1921

HOBBS ILL. Hobbs' medical adviser has order-   ed a month's rest. He will therefore not play in the first test. Oldfield has recovered from an   injury to his arm sustained during the voyage to England.  

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FACTION WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921

- FACTION WAR. *-" Vancouver reports bitter fighting between factions of mine workers in West Virginia and Century Hills. Several towns were subject to a lieavy* fusilade and the inhabitants ivere forced to stay indoors without supplies. Six conetstants were killed and a large number wounded. State troops were dispatched to suppress the outbreak. Martial law ^was pro- claimed.

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VESSELS COLLIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921

VESSELS COLLIDE, The P. and O. steamer Benalla, bound for Australia, collided with the oil tanker, Patella, in the Eng- lish Channel" in a fog. "The Benalla was beached but the passengers are not in danger. The Patella stood by while the passengers, numbering over a thousand, including 400 im¡ migrants, were transferred to life boats. The Patella's bows were damaged.

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BOMBS IN DUBLIN [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921

BOMBS- IN DUBLIN ! Crown forces became rampant in Dublin on Friday, and a number of I civilians were injured. The defenders used four bombs *in Bond Street, I which created" a panic.

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THE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921

THE STRIKE. ThcBritish Railwaymen's Execu- tive have ordered the leaders of the unions not to handle coal loaded by non-unionists.

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HEAVY FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921

HEAVY FIGHTING. Heavy fighting is* reported in Up- per Silesia between the Germans and Poles. The German press is angry and declares'"the Polish occu- pation of'this áreaTÍs a violation of the Versailles treaty. German trade unionists have declared a protest strike-throughout Upper SiUsia.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921

NOTICE. A MEETING of the Branch Executive of the A.W:U. will be held iñjthe Union Office on WEDNES- DAY NIGHT, 18th May, at 8 p.m. ./. H. NELSON, i . Branch Secretary. MISSION. Very Rev. Father Perkiñc.M.S^H. of Kensington (Head of- the Order in A]ustral'*a) will open a Mission in< Sf. Mary's R.C. Church on SUNDAY Next, at the 9.30 a.m. Mass. LAND SALE. CYRUS LEGG, ESTATE. a.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, 266, 423. 519, 539» 570» S83. 885 E. V;ÄV. BROWN. i .Auctioneer. YAM A M OTO. Japanese' Störe, ?\ -i-..-,: -?? V All Varieties of the Latest;, . Japanese Novelties'in " Fashions, . Curios, Fancy Goods Ä UptP-Date Styles in^ - , . , i WEAR-WELL SHIRTS, PYJAMAS, KIMONAS, etc., etc.-"*»- ^ : i- ?>." Fresh Supplies at ouf-Best Price for the Presentí Season Drop in and Inspect our Larg , ._?*'...

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SHIPPING NOTES. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921

SHIPPING NOTES. ARRIVALS. May 13, Mataram from Sydney via ports. Passengers: Misses-Herbert, Gough, Rowland, V. Cotton, D. Whittaker; Mesdames Byrne, Her- bert, Schunke, " Urquhart,. Breen Jeffray; Messrs. .Byrne, .JJrqhart, F. A. Smith, (Thoneman, "Wallace* Bridgland, W. J. Smythe, Lawson, Herbert, Smallhorn, Mullaney, Mur- phy, Hon. .A. Poynton, Boesen, A. J. Cotton, C. J. McCullumr, V. G. , Smith, R. I. D. Mallam, Rev. Father Perkins, Judge Herbert, R._W. Dug- dale, E. Nutter, G. Harmanes, G. D.avis, Jeffray, Willi.

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IRISH ELECTIONS. THE MOCK PARLIAMENT CAPTURED. DOPE FAILS TO DUPE THE IRISH AGAIN. SINN FEIN SCOOPS THE POOL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921

IRISH ELECTIONS. THE MOCK'PARLIAMENT CAP- TURED. DOPE FAILS TO DUPE THE IRÍSH AGAIN." SINN FEIN SCOOPS, THE POOL. A Dublin message states that des- pite the military terrorism the elec - fions passed off without disturbance, and that the whole7Southern '"Par- liament" was returned unopposed as , a Sinn Fein body. 'This means an unexampled victory for the Republi- j can cause, and the unanihjous rejec- ] lion of the " Government of Ireland" Act. Practically all the existing _ Members of Dail Eireann were el- ected to the new Parliament. The.Ulster elections take place on , May 25th. ^ I

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DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921

DEPARTURE...', May 14, Mataram for Singapore. Passengers: Mr. C. . Freer, Jaffee Nadhal Khan.

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