Elephind.com contains 156,215 items from Northern Standard
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
HOW THEY DO THINGS IN IRELAND. A LONDON EDITOR SPEAKS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
HOW, THEY DO THINGS IN y / '' IRELAND ' > A LONDON EDITOR SPEAKS I " When men are ordered to halt, surely, if they are innocent, they will " , ; halt." I extract this priceless ob-, servation from Sir Hamar Green-? ' wood's reply on Monday to questions about the shooting of an eight year, edd Dublin girl on Saturday. A mot« or lorry full, of soldiers returning1 from the country halted at a corner;'ci l a group of"; young "men ran away v down a lane ; they v were, challenged to halt and "did not ; an officer fired after them; the child was killed. Such was the incident which occas- / ioried Sir Hamar Greenwood's ob- servation. About that observation one might : write an exhaustive commentary. I shall content.myself with oae or two - comments. What state of society is this in which any man in uniform 'may order any civilian to halt on pain of being shot? If a soldier or- dered a civilian to halt in England, -., would he halt? He would, I hope and believe tell him to go to the devil...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
Mrs. WorgaiK-has asked us to#an- . nounce that instead of going to; the Gardens off Empire däy^thVc^dären""r* (about .200 are expected) wilUbe . :aken to Lameroo Beach where they-' will be treated to afternoon tea etcv The ladies are requested to bring, as 1 nuch refreshments as possible.
WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
WORTH KNOWING. Wholesale purveyers of beef in Sydney have offered to send sup- plies to Darwin at 4~d per lb. (ex- clusive of freight). The cattle slaughtered in'Sydney are brought at much expense from Western N. S. Wales, Queensland, and even thc Northern Territory. It must strike Darwinites as peculiar that with all this added expense the beef can be had for 4d per lb. while here in the midst of the cattle thc wholesale price is 6d. And the Price Fixing Board sleeps contentedly night after night-except for an occcasional worry from the mosquitoes.
A " COMEDY OF ERRORS." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
A " COMEDY OF ERRORS." With apologies to Dante and Shake- speare it may be stated that talent less capable than that of the giiteu and versatile authors of the " Divine Comedy " and the "Comedy oi Errors" respectively, could scarcely dp justice to a dramatic pourtrayai of the series of blunders, of " Hide and go seek," of Punch and Judy show, which have been in evidence since the arrival of Mr. Poynton, Minister for Home and Territories. If we wanted comedy wc certainly have had it; but it..has developed, or degenerated almost to tragedy amt last night's stage of thc game oí " Cat and dog " has practically put out the footlights. On appearances, as presented, Mr. Poynton looked inj the light of a snapping badger in a burrow and the great meeting, notr withstanding a cogent appeal by Mr. Conacher, passed judgment ac- cordingly. It was much of an ex parte judgment, and, whether right or wrong, has certainly done the cause which was to be presented and upheld, a serious injustice. Ther...
CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
CORRECTION. Cr. Pearce wishes us to correct the report that he supported the pro- posal of the depuatation at the re- cent Citizens' Committee meeting; he states that he opposed the Committee at that stage, and un- der the existing circumstances de -putationising the Minister.
DO YOUR OWN FIGHTING, MR. JINGO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
DO YOUR. OWN FIGHTING, MR. JINGO. , Melbourne " Argus " despite its hundred eyes, never sees straight on any question touching the, military menace. During the war it was blindly obsessed and since the war , has been blindly obtuse. it should run amok at the détermina- it was but natural, therefore, that tion of the N.S.W. Labor Conference to "REFUSE INDIVIDUALLY AND COLLECTIVELY TO PAR- TICIPATE IN ANY WAR, OUT- SIDE THE COMMONWEALTH" This act of self-determination proves too much for the Collins street oracle, and hence is branded as a "singularly bad advertisement which binds Labor to permanent dis- loyalty and chronic 'cold feet/" Where the alleged disloyalty comes in, or of what it consists, this pluto classic does not say, nor does it disclose the exact nature or where- j abouts of the alleged "cold feet." Enough, seemingly, ; that the ."Ar- gus" has.discovered-rthough it hates the discovery-that Lajjor is rudely realising the ugly fact that for gen- erations it has been cajol...
MR. MALLAM'S SUSPENSION. REMOVED FROM FILE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
MR. M ALL AM'S SUSPENSION. REMOVED FROM FILE. . An application. was made on Fri- day morning by Mr^ Mallara in pef , ~on to the Supreme Court (Acting Tudgè Herbert) upon a written af- frication by himself with exhibit. \fter argument the Acting Judge delivered judgment and made an or- ien than thc order of suspension oV 18 January, 1921, is and shall be treated as a nullity and that it be re- moved from thc file of thc Court.
DARWIN TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
DARWIN TOWN BAND. , The following is the programme for Monday 23; 5. 21 at the 2# Mile: March, Southern Cross Brigade, march, With Sword and Lance; waltz; Sweetheart of Mine; march, Colonel Bögeyr selection, Sydney by Night (by request) ; march, Loyal Volunteer; waltz, The Mascot; march, Hhe Territorials; march, Bonnie Jeannie Gray; Advance Aus- tralia; God Save the King. H. Rob- inson, Hon. Sec.
Latest Telegrams TRADES UNION CONGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
Latest Telegrams TRADES UNION CONGRESS An all Australian Congress of i Trade Unions convened by the Lab-1 or party will assemble in Melbourne on June 20. Both industrial and political leaders are awaiting the conference with keen interest. It is expected the result will be a more definite alliance of those wings of the movement Employment of col- ored labor in Northern . Australia. is perturbing union officials. A move- ment is afoot to "persuade them ' to join the unions. Willis, Miners' sec- retary says the idea is that aliens -hould be educated to be good union- ists. The whole question wiil be sub- mitted to the A.W.U. by ballot.
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE EUROPEAN CRISIS. LLOYD EORGE EXPLAINS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Galilei . V THE EUROPEAN CRISIS. .. LLOYD EORGE EXPLAINS Lloyd'George in the House of Commons said he can't accept re- sponsibility for distorted reports of a speech by French newspapers re- garding Silesia. The utmost unani - mous approval was given the speech by the American, Italian and British press which showed the great, nations who stood by France. Jn the war that they, meant to interpret thc Ver- sailles Treaty fairly. It is. unfortun- ate if the French press takes a dif- ferent view.' We must be tolerant with differences of opinion among, ourselves., The habit of the French "press in treating every expression of r Allied opinion which does not coin cidé with.4heir own as impertinence is fraughts with mischief, That at- titude if persisted in will bc fatal tc : the'Entente. France must stand. by the Versailles, Treaty, applying thc * terms justly. The fate of Upper Silesia must bc decided by the Sup- reme Council,, not by Dr. "Korfan...
COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
COUNCIL MEETING. [ Thc ordinary meeting"of the Dar , win Town Council was held on .Thursday afternoon when there were present Crs. Burton (Mayor) Cant, j Witherden, Christie and Pearse, j At- thc commencement of the meeting« the Mayor presented his re- port in connection with the welconv extended to the Minister for Ter- ritories on his arrival here. , The Town Clek read out the re- port which is as follows : Official Report of Welcome to Min- ister. As your representative I received the Hon. Minister for Home and Territories. The Administrator in- troduced myself and the Town Clerk to the Minister. Addressing the Hon. Minister I said : "On be- half of the people of the . Northern Territory I have much pleasure in extending to you a hearty welcome to the Territory and we trust that your stay amongst us will be condu: cive of good results in the advance- ment of the Territory." The Minis- ter disregarding any reply immed- iately referred to a meeting held here which he said defied th...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
CRICKET. Essex, first innings,. Gillingham b Gregory, 18; M.ctver, b McDonald, . .9 ; Freeman, b Mailey, 25; Perrin b .McDonald, 17 ; Douglas, b McDon- ald, 3 ; Morris, not out,'4P; Dixon c MacCartney, b Mailey, 12; O'Connor b McDonald, 1; Mort¿ -b Gregory, 8; Eastman, ..b* Gregory, o; Louden, c Gregory, b Mailey, 3; sundries, 8. Total 144. Bowling, Gregory, 3 for 32; Mc- Donald, 4 for 54; Mailey 3 for 50. Australia, first innings : Collins, c Douglas, b Louden, 25 ; MacCartney, b Douglas, 25; Gregory, b Eastman, 14 ; Taylor, b Dixon, 43; Pellew, c Eastman, b Dixon, 38;, Andrews, b Louden, 60; Ryder, c Freeman, b Douglas, 16; Hendry, not out, 56; Oldfield, c and b Dixon, io; Mc Donald, c Louden, b Saint, o; Mailey . b Saint, o; sundries 27. Total 318. Essex second innings, Gillingham, ~b Gregory, o; Freeman, c McDon . aid, b Gregory, io; Mciver, b" Mc- Donald, i ; Douglas, not out, 1 ; sun ' dries i ; total, three wickets for 13. (LATEST.) Australia defeated Essex by an innings and ...
DR MANNIX RETURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
DR MANNIX RETURNING. Dr. Mannix is returning to Austra- lia, via China. Interviewed in Paris he said the striking results of the elections in South Ireland were a very excellent commentary upon - Lloyd George's peace offers. Ireland Hands unshakably behind De Valera. Ireland's friends throughout the world know she can't be intimidated or vanquished. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 May 1921
A. E. JOLLY &. Coy. (ESTABLISHED 1883.) General Merchants & Importers SHIPPING, STAT10N,VINSURANCE and GÉNÉRAL COMMISSION AGENTS CORNER OF SMITH AND BENNETT STREETS '?A A Large "anet Varied Assortment of GROCERIES, DRAPERY' BOOTS and SHOES, " .y. Harness and other Leather Goods ^ " MINING TOOLS, ! ;'.'v> ^ CANVAS, \ PvQPES, etc., etc. Always on Hand 'v Fresh Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., Arriving by Every Boat A. E. JOLLY Coy., The Corner Store The Grove Hill Sawmills ( LUCY & O'SHEA, Prop. Arie 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 % LUCY AND O'SHEA, GROVE HILL. A.W.U. Boarding UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE. Address: Corner PEEL and MITCHELL STREETS Good Meris-Good Beds-Good Attention-Moderate Charges TRIAL SOLICITED. . ; Unioa.1 Labor only Employed. Mrs. E. E. PEARSE, Proprietress. Notice. To whom it may Concern. Any perron depositing garbage *t Garba...