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Latest Telegrams JINGOES FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921
Latest Tilifrant JINGOES FAIL. A deputation of jingo, soldiers' I headed by General Sir Charles Ros- enthal waited on the acting Premier 'Mr. Dooley in Sydney and asked for legislation suppressing the use of the Red Fiag. Mr. Dooley replied that many loyal men such as Hughes, 'Fisher and Watson had marched be- hind the Red Flag. When Lloyd George suppressed the flag in Eng- land it would be time to consider ¡ the matter here.
"WILD AND WOOLLY." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921
"WILD AND WOOLLY." The "Standard" feels sure that the great "Wild and woolly"' majority of the people of the Territory will ap- preciate the muster of "Over sixty" who were "full of reasonableness," and who sipped afternoon- Jea so daintily and who so arrogated to themselves a monopoly of the vir- tues that they out-Tooleyed the Tooley street tailors yesterday af- ternoon, j J ^ , , ^
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921
IN MEMORIAM. HOLTZE.-In loving memory of our dear Mother, who died, on May 16th, 1917, and ~ our dear Father, who died on May 24th, 1913 Inserted by their sorrowing chil- dren, Evvie Mettam, Maurice and Olga Holtze. MISS E. WILSON shall be pleas- &nbsp; ed if the Tin Trunk and large Red striped Verandah Curtain will be returned to her without delay at the Club Hotel or "The Bungalow," Smith-street, Darwin. Same was &nbsp; taken from Kiosk on Anzac night.
TRUCE LIKELY. REPUBLIC IN ABEYANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921
TRIJciî LIKELY. REPUBLIC IN-ABEYANCE. It is said the^Sinn Fein movement is prepared to hold in obeyance its claim for an indépendant republic if 'there is full * ¿seal autonomy. De Valera's agents are visiting London explaining the possibilities of the suggested truce on the basis that the troops and "Black and Tans" be con-* fined to barracks during the ¿eleçK ions. The Government replied ask- ing what assurance would be given that the truce will not.be used for organising the' Sinn Fein forces. Fairly hopeful 'opinions prevail in Government circles. It is not sug- gested that the truce will affect the elections wherein Sinn" Fein- candi- dates are certain" of being returned unopposed in nearly all the elector- ates but it is believed once peace is established the people will insist on its retention.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921
E V. V. BROWN, AGENT E. & A. S.S. Co. Ltd. and British tö , dia S.N. Co, Ltd. - SHIPPING, MINING AND DEN ARAL COMMISSION AGENT , AUCTIONEER, Ac. E. V. V. Brown is prepared to un- dertake Stock and Station busintat, Agency in all dranehes, Report on Minta. Indent and Forwarding tcteeutcd.. Rents collected prompt- ly. . "-??^?V-'-v. ?o»roeáious Auction and Stère *!?'£¿-t ^Roems Opposite Town Hall, Darwin CODES Bedfcrd McNeill Moreing and Neal. Bentley» ' -^; A.B.C., ist and 5th Editions. Cable Address : Votfea. Reigens Motor Î: .Garage CARS NO.'S 50 «5. * 79 $g THREE CRACK DRIVERS li&LL HÖÖRS/ ALL DISTANCES. .-.-? . ' ? ? * RING TELEPHONE 01. M.;&D. McMillan, GARAGE ON CALL \. CARS DAY OR NIGHT. Competent Driver«. ::? ..*'" Up-to-Date Cars. BILLIARDS Twíj tflr»t-Class Tables Same Add!) ^^^ CAVENAGH STREET, "..."?' -j t * Telephone 30. #Mpbert 'Farrar ??:':" & Söfis Smith Street, Darwin GENERAL COMMERCIAL AGENTS AND CARRIERS. MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY : AN...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921
A. E. JOLLY dr Coy. (ESTABLISHED iU$.) 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, ' KOPES, etc., etc. Always on Hand mmm&mSma Fresh Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, "etc., -" Arriving by Every Boat A. E. JOLLY ?r Coy;, The Corner Store The bfove Hill . Sawmills LUCY & O'SHEA. Prop., Are now prepared to Supply the Mik with CYPRESS FINE or HARDWOODS sawn to any sizes. Waggon and Buggy Timbers cut and dressed to all sixes ! LUCY AND O'SHEA, . GROVE HILL. A.W.U. Boarding i UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE. Old Address: Corner PEEL and MITCHELL STREETS Good Metis-Good Beds-Good Attention-Moderate Charges TRIAL SOLICITED. Unka Labor only Employed;' Mrs. E. E. PEARSE, Proprietress. Notice. To whom it may Concern. . Any person depositing garbage at Garbage Depo...
What is Democracy? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921
What is Democracy ? (By M. C. O'Halloran.) It is not what its self-seeking enemies says it is. It is the Political Movement of to-day, which aims at real Progress on Constitutional lines. It is the Cause of the People, as against the Privileges of the domin- ant classes. N j It is the Political Movement, j which, by substituting Evolution can prevent Revolution. It is the Movement which alone can create a Patriotic peasantry able and ready to defend their country. \ It is the Cause which recognises fMerit as above Circumstances in our every-day life. It is the Healer of social, racial and religious strifes, ) and the up- holder of true Citizenship. "' It is the only means by which the child of poor parents may be enabled to win recognition against wealth *t »s th?^^¿^«X^ek* to de- stroy nothing W^^^^^gU Privil- eges and injurious llo^f6tfe3 No Right W^be^repudiaied^or^conïfr-^ &lt;4&lt;- ... 7"".._ -- --I It is the cause that inculcates true Neighbourship, true Broth...
FUNNIER THAN THE GREATEST CIRCUS AND THE DROLLEST CLOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921
FUNNIER THAN THE GREAT-. EST CIRCUS AND THE DROLLEST CLOWN. It is generally accepted that there is not one principle of Constitutional Government, one ^decent ideal of Administration or one tittle of the accepted and traditional code of public morals which has not been broken/ and trampled upon again and again by the Hoghes Govern- ment. It has not only aped but re- sorted to despotism; it has persecut- ed its opponents;*'it has stooped to the pettiness of individual spitéful ncss and vindictiveness^ and it has openly and'; shamelessly and systematically traded on'or fomented the prejudices of the mental and re- ligious scavengers ' of the gutters of Australian life for the dishonor- able and selfish purpose of retaining I administrative office. But it remain- ed for Darwin to experience in a sp**ci'ii manner the Governn.ent's ne plus ultra of churlishness, insanity of action and intensified insult to the very semblance of courtesy, decency and manhood. Acting with commendable for- ...
IMPORTANT GOLD DISCOVERY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921
IMPORTANT GOLD DISCOVERY \ '» Iii Bearing out our correspondent's news the following, kindly supplied by the Warden, will be read with in terestf:- . Under date May 12th, 1921, from Mount Bundy, H. Watts reports hav- ing discovered payable reef gold 45 miles from' Brock's Creek, and re- quests my inspection of " discovery " to see if he is entitled toa reward claim. In gold mining lease application dated 7th, he (Herbert Watts^ ap- plies for a twenty acre gold mining lease and with Stephen Henry Hardy applies for another twenty acre gold mining lease, .viz., three gold mining leases, each with an area of twenty acres and-all situate from io to 11 miles south-westerly from Mount Bundy (Hardf's) Station. This is mosV-probably at or about where the dpfotfery of reef gold has been made-byig&fatt. . If possible, wrjJ, by train on the 25th inst., leave Darwin to visit the locality menrtpned.
"EMPIRE DAY." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 17 May 1921
"EMPIRE DAY." Last evening at Mr. Percy Kel sey's residence a joint meeting of the Committees of the Overseas -Club and the; Victoria League took place,' the object being to'make ar- rangement for the celebration of "Empire Day" . on the 24th instant. It was after discussion decided that, as in previous years, speeches would be delivered at the various Public Schools, including the Convent School, presuming that the necessary permission was secured. The Hon the Minister (Mr. Poynton) and the Administrator have signified their willingness to address the children at the Daarwin State School at 9.30 cn the morning of the 24th. It was further decided to hold a Children's Sports Gathering in the Botanic Gardens on the afternoon of the 24th instant arrangements for such being left in the hand? of the secretaries of the Victoria League and the Overseas Club (*Iesdames Worgan and Conigrave). A Sports Committee, comprising Messrs W. H. Lauder, Knott, C.~ Garie, Coni- grave and the Rev. F. Ho...
IRISH POSITION. LEADERS TO MEET. LLOYD GEORGE GETS OFF THE HIGH HORSE. DE VALERA'S PLAIN CONDITIONS. (This Day.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
IRISH POSITION. LEADERS TO MEET. LLOYD GEORGE GETS OFF THE HIGH HORSE. DE VALERA'S PLAIN CON- DITIONS. (This Day.) It is announced that a further meeting has .been arranged between Ulster and Sinn Fein leaders with definite hopes of progress. Martin Glynn, former Governor of New York met Lloyd George while in London and discussed thc Irish question. The =. Premier offered to meet De Valera or any of the Irish leaders unconditionally. De Valera replied that there, could be no settlement until Britain recog- nises Ireland's' right to choose ¡freely and; independently its own Govern- ment and political institutions, and also, establishment of relationship with foreign nations. . Nine persons including three wo- men were detained -as the outcome of the Sinn Fein campaign in Lon- don. V"?
AUSTRALIA WINS. (This Day.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
AUSTRALIA WINS. (This Day.) The Australians won the match ' against the Army and Navy by 198 runs. M was not drawn as stated yesterday. Australia, first innings 395. Australia second innings, Collins stumped Brooke b Jameson 1, Mayne c Brooke b Dickenson 28, Macart- ney c and b Dickenson 30, Andrews ' c and b Burrows 20, Pellew c Bur- ! rows b Fowler 56, Taylor not out j 45, Armstrong not out io, sundries ; 7, total 5 for 203. Innings declared closed. Army and Navy Eleven first inn- ings 260. Army and Navy second innings : Wilkinson c Oldfield b Gregory 4» 1 Williams b Gregory 6, Blount ! stumped Oldfield b Armstrong 50, Jameson c Mailey. b Gregory o, ; Brooke c Taylor b Mailey 21, Bur- rows b Gregory o, Dickenson c Old- field b Gregory 7, Fowler b Gregory 36, Brooks stumped Oldfield b Arm- strong s, Archdale-not out 3, Cor butt b Gregory o, sundries 8, total 140. Gregory 7 for 52, Armstrong 2 for 33, Mailey 1 for 47. j