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THE DEPUTATION COMMITTEEE. DISTRACTED AND DISAPPOINTED. PUBLIC MEETING TO DECIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
THE DEPUTATION tOM MITTEEE. DISTRACTED AND DISAP- POINTED. PUBLIC MEETING TO DECIDE. Thc adjourned meeting of thc Committee who were to form, a dep- utation to meet' Minister Poynton and place ^ various Northern Terri- tory matters before him was held in the Town Hall on Wednesday after- noon. Present : The Mayor (Aid. J. Burton) in the chair, Messrs. Rob- erts (secretary) Nelson, Conacher, Cant, Pearse, Kelsey, P. Brennan, and J. Dooley. After the Chairman opened the meeting Mr. Conacher rose and stated that at a meeting of pastoral- ists held on Tuesday it was decided that as they were not thoroughly' representative of the pastoralists of thc Territory it would be desirable that he should withdraw from the deputation. Mr. Nelson moved that permission be given Mr. Conacher to withdraw from the deputation, and it was agreed to. Mr. Kelsey moved that Mr. Con- acher be asked to represent another section of the Territory in lieu of the pastoralists,-whereupon Mr. Nel- son stated he had...
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. The "Northern Standard" aims at bcinf thoroughly representative of tue Northern Territory and with this ead in view welcomes correspon- dence from all outlying centres. No matter, how opposed to our views free discussion is permitted in our columns, so long as it is not ab- usive and refers to matters of fc nercl interest. Any -complaints in regard to non receipt of paper should be reported to i.j at once. Wc will do our best to remedy them. We would bc grateful to our friends for their good offices with neigh- bours, in obtaining fresh subscribers, ( ?c., and in heiping to add to the power for good of the people's own newspaper. Secretaries of the various Clubs and institutions are invited- to for d condensed reports of proceed- ings at meetings, etc and we will be pleased to send a representative to any important function when duly notified. f^ur telephone^ number is np, and a ring up will secure any desired in- formation as to charges for printing, - Ivert...
THE BRITISH YOKE. TRIBAL FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
THE BRITISH YOKE. TRIBAL FIGHT. Broken Hill Mahommedans are celebrating the fast of Ramadan. The Afghans taunted the Indians with being under the British yoke and said they could only be freed by Afghanistan. A tribal battle with sticks and stones ensued. One man was admitted to the hospital suffer- ing from knife wounds in the neck and face. A number of Afghans and Indians were treated for abrasions.
DARWIN TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
DARWIN TOWN BAND. The following are the monthly subscriptions to the above, per Mrs. Nuttall : J. Markey 4s, W. Law- rence 5s, M. Vittcrs 5s, F. Morris 4s, A. B. Crampton 2s, E. Gough 2s, ¡ Victor 2s.'W. McEwan is, Man Fong Lau is, H. A. Wyatt ss, E. Lee Ss, H Iliffe ss, W. Iliffe 2s, S. Little 2s, A. Cheyne 2s, Mrs. Hickey .zs, Mrs. Ross is. Fang-Cheong Loong is, Wing Cheong Sing is. Donations : H. Fisher, 10s -H. Robinson, Hon. Secretary j-ñ&»
QUEENSLAND SEAMEN STAND OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
QUEENSLAND SEAMEN STAND OUT. All branches of the Federated Sea- men's Union except Queensland de- cided to accept the log wages and conditions offered by the shipowners The terms mean an increase of los on previous rates, also concessions. Mr. Walsh is going to Brisbane to endeavour to induce the branch to reconsider its decision.
STILL PLEADING FOR TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
STILL PLEADING FOR TER "* RITORY. f Giving evidence before the Com- I monwealth Public Works Committee I in Mclbbourne on Tuesday Stani- » forth Smith said one of the mest ! powerful factors of the proposed construction of the railway from |. Mataranka to Daly Waters was the inaccessibility of the country. Pas- toralists had the greatest difficulty in transporting goods to market un- der the present system of transí j Goods carried Soo miles cost £60 tr j £80 per ton whereas railway freight cost more like £6 to £8 per ton. Thc pastoral condition of thc coun- try round Barcley tablelands, Vic- toria River Downs was good. Pro- longed droughts in those areas are unknown. |
THE IMPERIAL MENACE. A TEXT FOR "EMPIRE DAY" SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
THE IMPERIAL MENACE. A TEXT FOR "EMPIRE DAY" SPEECHES. W. M.- Hughes : "The manner in which the Dominions maintained armies in the field put the seal upon that new status which the world has now acknowledged." Sir William Irvine : "The claims that the Dominions had acquired a new status is sentimental hum ! bug." I Readers of the "Worker" can well ¡leave to the two Williams the settle- ment of the above difference. The point that matters is no mere jugglery of words, but the fact that what the "Worker" has long hinted at is being attempted. A ukase, implied and under- stood, is abroad by which it is intended to ROPE IN AUS- TRALIA, CANADA, AND SOUTH AFRICA in one Imper- ial defence scheme, to be follow- ed later by "certain constitution- ' al changes"; in other words, by IMPERIAL FEDERATION. . The Prime Minister's device in urging this Imperial obligation is the "new status," which is said to have come to us as the result of the war. Sir William Irvine says there is no new status, a...
NAPOLEON'S FAVORITE FLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
NAPOLEON'S 'FAVORITE í FLOWER. &lt;t - j During thé4 period of his reverses. Napoleon said to his friends on leay ing- France for Elba, " I > shall return 1 with the yiolets " ;' and this expres- sion was at Once popular with his sympathisers./ Not- only rwere the^' flowers, worn by the Bonapartists, men and women, as a' badge, but vio- let ribbon and: jewelry in form of they. flower 'were speedily used - to dis- play their feelings. Wheirit was Jor- . I bidden by law to sell portraits "of > Napoleon, his friends ingeniously ev--s ! aded the prosciption by publishing a i picture of a group of violets with ' their leaves so arranged that in their Outlines the profilés of- Napoleon, Maria Louisa and the king of Rome could readily be traced by the init- iated '. .- . ? JL Such being the significance attach- ed to the violet onepah easily imag=\ iné how its popularity increased when. Napoleon, having escaped from Elba, entered Paris in triumph on. March. 20, 1815. He had, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
E V. V. BROWN, AGENT E. lc A. S.S. Ce-. Ltd. and British In- dia S.N. Co., Ltd. SHIPPING, MINING AND GEN- ERAL COMMISSION AGENT , AUCTIONEER, ftc. i . ^_ - - E. V. V. Brown is prepared . to un-" dertake Stock and Station business, Agency in all dranehes, Report on Mines. Indent and Forwarding executed.. Rents collected prompt ly. Commodious Auction and Store Rooms Opposite Town Hall, Darwin CODES Bedford McNeill Moreing and Neal . - * Bentley» A.B:C, ist and 5th Editions. Cable Address : ' Vonlea, Budgens Motor Garage CARS NO.'S 50, «5, ft 70. THREE CRACK DRIVERS ALL HOURS. ALL DISTANCES. RING TELEPHONE pr. M. & D. McMillan, GARAGE ON CALL CARS DAY OR NIGHT. Competent Drivers. *Up-to-Date Cars. BILLIARDS Two First-Glass Tables . lame Address- , - - ; , CAVENAGH STREET, Telephone 30. Robert Farrar & Sons Smith Street, Darwin _ ¡GENERAL COMMERCIAL AGENTS AND CARRIERS. MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIGHT. 7 THREE CARS/ Competent and Careful Drivers. Two Lorries and Piano ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
A. E. JOLLY y Coy. (ESTABLISHED 1883.) V 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, FLORES, etc^., etc. Always on Hand Fresh 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 how prepared to Supply the PttWe-with CYPRESS PINE or HARDWOODS sawn to any sizes. Waggon and Buggy Timbers cut ind dressed to all sizes i h -s* . -- ?'?"?fp' '.feú LUCY AND O'SHEA, * 7r ^ GROVE HILL. \r&lt;? A.W.U, Boarding UP-TO-DATE BOARDING. HOUSE. Old Address: Corner PEEL and' \MITCHELL STREETS ] Good Mt; ls-Good Beds-Good Attention-Moderate Charges TRIAL SOLICITED. Unica Labor only Employed, f _ Mrs. E. E. PEARSE, S Proprietress. Notice. To whom it may Concern. Any person dep...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
PUBLIC MEETING. THE MINISTERIAL DEPUTA- TION. In accordance with resolution of Committee at Wednesday's meeting a PUBLIC MEETING. will be held in the Town Hall, on Friday Evening next, at 8 o'clock, when the whole position will he' re Viewed and considered with a view to future course of action. The Minister is being invited to attend. ""^j A- large attendance is requested. J. BURTON. ^ - i ;Chairman; MISSION. . Very Rev. Father Perkins, M.S.H. of Kensington (Head of tlfe Order in Australia) will open a Mission in St.-Mary s RC. Church on SUNDAY Next, at the 9.30 a.m. Mass. STANDARD PUBLICATIONS, No. I. 'THE LABOR CAUSE AND ITS NECESSITY," By M. C. O'HALLORAN. Being a repriint in book form of the, series of leading articles on the above subject recently published ;n the "Standard" and now being brought out in handy book form by request x Orders may be booked ..at once. Only, a limited number being printed. A most useful booklet for advocates of the Labor -Cause and general readers.-...
Facts, Freaks and Frauds Focus'd [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
Facts, Freaks and Frauds Focus'd (BY w X-RAY) ' EviJer.ll/ tue ' \Vild and wool! folks -and- the - "Fat and/ freak folks~who make .up that "Over s?\ do net swing together on thc1; ti gate.":; v . :": .;.». . .. ... ? . . lt ts'well : that there is now sud copious vocabulary in the.,. hug« i language-a vocabulary mostl # fill ' ed from thc other, countries same their laws and . ¡ Jiberties-rrfor ' wb ^hé Disloyalists get tired of applyi ' one designation.to their viccims th ?. can easily sprirfg on to another. - ? - , . . . '? ? When "Bolshevik. " becom laughed, out as an opprobrious tel ' . from its sheer success, and when t public ; eye becomes opened to ti glorious truth about- Sinn Fein, . takes no .great effort on the part - ?>. the disloyal- sneerers to find a /' Wi and woolly" epithet-and thîse-di , loyalists »are sd" full of reasonabl nessdoncher know J '*? i - - '.lr.'-i;.«!.... .- . As an. evidence of 'how ¿arne Minister Poynton is in advancing tl "interests of^thVTerrit...
Would Smash up Australian Unions CAPTAINS OF INDUSTRY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF UNEMPLOYMENT. LONDON, DIRECTORS PLAY. PART IN SHIPPING STRIKE (From B.C. "Federationist.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
Would Smash up Australian Unions CAPTAINS OF INDUSTRY TAKE ADVANTAGE OF UNEMPLOY- MENT. LONDON , DI RECTORS PLA Y. I PART IN SHIPPING STRIKE (From B.C. " Fedferationist") The more one analyses the indus- trial situation , in Australia, the more one is convinced that the forces of organised capitalism are. acting, in concert to provoke industrial up- heavals throughout that country. It seems that capitalism down , under wants a fight -has been organising for it for some time-and if .it can't get it one way, then it is prepared to get it some other'way. The capitalisms know what is ahead of them. The' war didn't bring the victory they,hoped for. It has left the workers stronger than ever-perhaps not so much in num- bers as in intellectual force. The unionists' of Australia as in other parts of the world, haye their eyes »open:,^^"vjtiave;be¿r. promised "a new"world-"smade safe for .the work- ers V byv the capitalists. The "new world " hasn't arrived on, schedule-._ and the workers are...
"AS IT WAS IN THE BEGINNING, IS NOW ETC." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 May 1921
"AS IT WAS IN THE BEGINN IÑQ, IS NOW ETC." lt would be vain to attempt to hide or minimise the seriousness and the criminality of the faux-pas which appears to have shut out all hopes of good results from the visit'of Mr. Poynton. In the first place it was justly considered that the Govern* ment was acting wisely and . gener- ously-and we believe sincerely-in deciding to send the Minister for Home and Territories to make in- vestigations here personally; by way of reciprocal . re-approachment thc mass of residents of the Territory held out the. olive branch per med- ium of thc announcements in and advocacy "y the "Standard" in con- nection with the formation of a re- presentative Committee to discuss the more urgent wants of the Ter- ritory with the Minister. Up to th stage there was no fly in the oint- ment as far as the public eye could "sec, and there was considerable sat- isfaction because of the readiness with which all sections accepted the "Standard's" honest and promising su...
British Rule in India. DR. HaRDIKAR GIVES HIS IMPRESSIONS OF HOW IT WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
British Rule in India. "V. DR. HÀRDIKAR GIVES HIS : IMPRESSIONS OF HOW IT WpRKS. ' Dr. N. S. Härdikar, a scholarly young Hindu who has been touring the United States on behalf of the Self-Determination League of India, favored Vancouver with several of his.able'lectures in the neighborhood of last week-end, one of these being delivered to a large audience in thc Pender Hall last Friday evening, ? .. jj cwhen he spoke on "British rule, m india." I This hall, which has been the scene bf various significant happenings in recent years, was on this occasion thc rendezvous of many natives of India, conspicuous by their black or white turbans and forming, at least one half of the throng which filled thc seats, the stairways, and the balcony, and even stood in dozens and scores against the walls. Comrade Raheim officiated as chairman and, in his double capacity bf fellow-countryman of the lectur- er and old-time adherent of the Van- couver Socialist party, he evidently felt strongly tempted...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
LOCAL COURT. IN CHAMBERS. COMISSIONER OF TAXES V. H. G. NELSON. \ In the Local Court sitting in Chambers on Friday morning before Mr. Hogan, S.M. an application by che Commissioner for Taxation to have the defence of H. G. Nelson set aside was heard. Mr. Roberts ap- peared for the Taxation Department ind Mr. Nelson conducted his own defence. ! . .. X The S. M. after hearing argument, refused to grant the application made by Mr. W. A.. Roberts. No costs were allowed. PEARSE! ( Getting constant supplies of Prime Pine Creek Beef and selling it at. 8d. 'NUFF SED. Dr. C. E. HILL DENTAL SURGEON Specialist in Crown and Bridge work. May be consulted at h;s rooms ^at the cottage Between Commercial Bank and Victoria Hotel. Charges Moderate. HOURS-Dai y 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telephone No. 93.