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SCOTLAND AND THE "NEW" WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

' SCOTLAND AND THE "NEW" |; WORLD. (By Hon. R. Erskine, of Marr, Edi- tor "Scottislr Review.") | Wc all know what "fraternising" means] When people "fraternise" there* :s generally 'some ulterior ob- ject in view. Thus, soldiers belong- ing to rival camps are sometimes en- couraged to "fraternise " not for love of humanity, bût to serve some priv- ate ends entertained by their military or civil superiors. In thc same way',' anil for similar reasons, do politic- ians "fraternise "occasionally. They pass, from one political camp to the other, wreathed in smiles, revolving the glad eye, and extending the ri " hand of a promiscuous and impartial friendship to all and sundry. As av rule, such "fraternisations " are to be held suspect of the wise from the very first. They are part and parcel of the -political ' srame. ' They ' are in-. tended to tap, not the well-springs of political kindness, but the unfathom- able depths of human crudelity_ and vanity. They take place " according to pla...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

I Attention is directed to the altered . date of the Tennis Dance, to Mon? ' i , day, June 6th. The function prom- . ises to be a great success. ~ Mr. Sugarman, who is in Sydney, is expecting a summons re taxation, ' ; according to a wire just received. ' He is thinking of speaking iir the Domain on the subject '..!?'

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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METAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

METAL QUOTATIONS. The following metal- quotations were ^received at, thc Mines Office this morning: ' ^ Copper, standard spot, £75 6s 3d; / three months, £75 is 3d; eíectróly- -, tic; £76 to £77; lead, £24 los ; for- ward, £24 los.; tin, standard spot, £183 7s 6d ; three months, £183 16s 6d; silver, standard cash, 2s o}£d per ounce ; forward, 2S'8$£d per ounce; fine cash 2s n#d ; fine forward, 2S. II 3-i6th per ounce ; molybdenite, £2 10s per unit ; wolfram, 13s per - unit ; . gold, £5 2s 8d.

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MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

MINING REPORT. j Thc Mines Department has re- .? ceived from the London Metal Ex- *~ change a report of metal markets up to the end of February as follows : Copper : During the latter part ' of February the market showed dis- ^ tinct weakness, due to lack of sup- port and aggressive selling. The restless feeling, it is pointed out, , was doubtless aggravated by the ??. threatening fresh coal difficulties and the development in respect of the conference with the German del- egation for the setttlement of the » terms of the war indemnity. Tin: The tin market was , in a very unsettled state. There does not j appear to be any serious decrease in ¡the world's supply of the metal whilst thc outlook for consumption tis anything but hopeful until there j is a general revival of trade. Lead: Supplies came along during ¡February at a rather excessive rate and this combined with the general slackness^ of trade, rendered a slump v ¡inevitable and the price touched £16 los at the end of the mont...

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A NEW-OLD SPIRIT IN SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

A NEW-OLD SPIRIT IN SCOT- LAND. . Scotland appears to be on. the , eve of an awakening from its long years of recreancy and thrall. It can now boast of a genuinely nation- * al journal, " Liberty," a copy of * ! which is before us and from which we republish an article entitled v "Scotland and the new world " by _ Hon. R. Erskine, of Marr, Other ar- ticles will appear from time to ~ ( time by way of keeping our still , un-, *v doped Scottish brothers " in touch with the new soul which has come to that grand old nation, erstwhile I bound in the rusty chains of nation- al flunkeyism and death.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

CRICKET. .' -The following cricket teams.'will be playing on Saturday next:-' Conlin's team: Cracknell/G. Arar: old, Beslcy, Young, M. . Rice, - ?F. Southwell, P. Kelsey, Max. McMill- an, S. Hocking, A. Davies, Cumm ings, Widdy, Hill, Sherrin, Finniss, Robson, Toôtil, Conlin. ? "". Godfrey's team: Nutter, R. Ardill, G. Marsh, MacDonald, Don. McMil- lan, R. Kerr, Light, Fleming, Quig ley, Olsen, Stanley, Porter, Maxwell, J. S. Grenier, W. McMillan, Lampe, F, Urquhart, Godfrey.

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ORGANISE! ORGANISE! [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

ORGANISE ! .ORGANISE ! Thc formal consummation oi thc movement having for its Object inc union of ail industrial sections iu the Territory, may be now said io ihave evolved from the chaos, the' wrangling and the recalcitrancy of faction. Last night the final steps were taken and it is not too much to hope that nothing will «be allowed to stand in the way of harmony and ' true unity. We all know the vicious results of jealousy and selfishness, and how much these have cost, not only the workers themselves but the employers and the general public. : First it would be one craft union, ' then another, that created trouble, sometimes, perhaps, quite justifiably and other times quite wantonly and selfishly. And from the full -light of experience of the past it may fairly be said that this kind of pin- pricking has done much to bring | discredit on the Labor cause. It1 would be a crime of dereliction, as well as an admission of incompet- ency and insincerity, were this state of things allow...

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THE NORTHERN STANDARD, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

THE NORTHERN STANDARD, THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1921. Stand by the Right, condemn the Wrong, not in a spirit of hostility bat that the evil may be changed into, good.

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THEODORE CONDEMNS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

THEODORE ' CONDEMNS. Theodore, commenting on a cur ency for Queensland said he had no ai th in the wisdom or practicability >f such _ a scheme as the issue of a I jréat quantity of paper money back- ed only by prospective assets and as yet undeveloped wealth. As the re- sult of inflation of currency beyond the. needs of the community the papr :r, would become à drug on the mar-; kct and rapidly depreciate in value ind would have aa adverse effect m the* cost of living and also on the I inancial stability of thc\country. - ' " - " ._' ?" '

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Latest Telegrams GOVERNOR AND RED FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

Latest Taiegrkftis GOVERNOR AND RED FLAG. The Governor" of vN.S.W. in a speech at Lithgow / said it was abr, iurd for anybody to talk-about dis- loyalty in Australia; there is no such thing. Silly people; who displayed che . red flag -one -day a year * were ust a few theorists always found in my community.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

NOTE! AND NEWS. I The sections composing the one big, union or, N.A.I.U. held meetings last night, when the formal launch- ing was effected. The mission at St. Mary's is being very well attended, and will be brought to a close on Sunday night. The Missionary Father invites all to attend. A start has been made with re- duction of the employees at the Club Hotel, and it is intended, so it is whispered, to raise the terms for board- . . ' AiAhtäm There is likely to be an exodus from this hotel in consequence of the mad policy of "Saving money by the device of making patronage impossible." ,Our readers are reminded of thc necessity of at once seeing that their names are on the municipal roll It will be too late when they come to vote and find that they are dere- licts. A great necessity in Darwin is a good class boarding house where even a little of the peace and com- fort of home life may be enjoyed. In fact there is room for half a doz- en such establishments. J A massacre is reported...

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STATE BUTCHERY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

STATE BUTCHERY. The New - South Wales Govern merit proposes to enter generally in lo retail butchering businesses in the Metropolitan area. The business will Torra part bf the State fi sh organiza- tion. .'V.'";./ ..' ¡j

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BRAKES FAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

BRAKES; FAIL. A sensational railway accident" oc urred on Tuesday at Stanaud rail- way station, Victoria. The brakes of one train refused to act and it pass- ed through the station yard fully a quarter of a mile past the crossing before being pulled up. Almost im- mediately a train from Maryborough crashed into the stationary train. The driver of the tatter was^injured and much damage waas caused to rolling stock.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

A. E. JOLLY dr Coy. (ESTABLISHEB 1M3.) Général Merchants & Importers SHIPPING, STATION, INSURANCE and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS t - . - ? . J - . ' / CORNER OF SMITH 'AND BENNETT STREETS A Large and Varied Assortment or GROCERIES.. ; DRAPERY' BOOTS and SHOES, Harness arid other Leather Goods MINING TOOLS, CANVAS, I PvO.PES, etc.7etç. Always on Hand /'.?'?'. - Fresh Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., ?? ' \ * Arriving by Every Boat A. E. JOLLY dr Coy., The Corner Store The Grove Hill " ; Sawmills LUCY & (VSHEA, 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 ... , . ! j'. : .. ¿. LUCY AND O'SHEA, GROVE HILL. À.W.U. Boarding UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE. Cid Aidress : Corner PEEL and MITCHELL STREETS Good Mtids-Good Beds-Good Attention-Moderate Charges TRIAL SOLICITED. Unica Laboré only Employed. Mrs. E. E. PEARSE, Proprietress.. Notice. To whom it may Concern. ' Any per...

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LONDON SLUMP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

LONDON SLUMP. London managers are alarmed at the tli eatrical slump which - is- des- cribed as desperate and unpreced- ented. There are poor audiences/ : some houses losing thousands week- ly. The reason is attributed to the tax, the strike and generalrdepress '- ioü. - 1 ??>?-.? ? . ; ? ? \

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

E V. V. BROWN ! # AGENT ! E. & A, S.S. Co. Ltd. and British In- di» S.N. Co.. Ltd, SHIPPING, MINING AND GEN- ERAL COMMISSION AGENT , AUCTIONEER. &c. 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 Bentleys . A.B.C., ist and 5th Editions. Cable Address : Youles. Budgen s Motor Qarage CARS NO'S so, 6s; ft 79 THREE CRACK DRIVERS ALL HOURS. ALL DISTANCES. RING TELEPHONE 91. M. & D'. McMillan, GARAGE ON CALL CARS DAY OR NIGHT. Competent Drivers. Up-to-Date Cars. BILLIARDS two First-Ctáss tables Same Address CAVENAGH STREET, ^Telephone 30. R. Farrar & Sons Smith <Hr ¿et, Darwin GENERAL COMMERCIAL AGENTS 'L AND CARRIERS. MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIGHT. THREE CARS. Competent and Careful Drivers. Two Lorries and Piano Car...

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J. H. Thomas tells how Men are Done to Death in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

J. H. Thomas tells how Men are Done to Death in Ireland. In Speech in British House of Com mons Labor Member Shows How Railwaymen Leaving Their Posts, Were Shot in Cold Blood-Speech ' Did not Appear in the Press. From - the reports in the daily press it would appear that the mem- bers of the Sinn Fein are carrying on a reign of terror in Ireland: AL is not¿ , however, told in the press like other hews, the Irish, news is doctored to suit the occasion. Nt one will accuse J. H. Thomas, heat of:the Railwaymen's Ünion and La bor pember, of the British House o Commons, with being a radical.- li fact he has been Accused of being Í reactionary. Yet in a speech in thi House of Commons on February i; he made such a damning indictmcn of the methods employed by th< authorities' in Ireland that the pres suppressed it. He told how railway , men while still on duty, or just leav mg their ; posts, were shot in^eofr ^biop;d;§Hjs£s^ . 1 '-On '20th jariiiary,' Captain" - Kim - and:his wife...

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Facts, Freaks and Frauds Focus'd [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

Facts, Freaks and Frauds Focus'd (BY " X-RAY) >: Thc Minister's visit is proving "of great benefit to the Territory" to be sure ! Hasn't he^ consumed a whis- ky and soda with nearly every one of that " Over sixty " naicc folks who are the Vere de Veres of Dar- win sassicty ? . . » . ; Another "benefit" is on tap. Al- ready several hotel employees have "got notice to quit, and it is intended ^o increase thc charge for board and . odging by some 33 per cent. Private profiteers are yielding a little in the /ray of reducing their extortions, .but the Government octopus intends to "benefit " us by increasing that .xtortion. " % . . . . Of course thc real object of the dodge is to drive the patrons of thc hotels away-as it hopes, only tem- porary-so that the unionist employ- ees may be forced out of work and chus Abencfitted." Then it is hoped the Union terms may be ignored^ in the new arrangements. Thc .insid- ious move is just as mean and des- potic as it is vain. £Thejhotiels^w«rje^...

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FOOLING THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

FOOLING THE PEOPLE. Messrs. Hughes, Cook, and Millen BLESS the" League of Nations. In like manner they curse it. On this issue they are apt pupils of. .the "Yes-No ".School. ' Says Mr. Hughes; " My faith in the League of Nations remains con- stant. As it was in ¿he^begihning, so it .was to-day." It would, be interest- ing -.to meet the: Solon^who could tell us what Mr. Hughes' tfaith was inAb.t beginning or what it is to-day. It is doubtful if he himself knows. Senator Millen says'he' is di sap-' pointed and depressed over the Lea- gue, and xyet ^strangely advises thai it be strengthened. . Now the League of Nations is eit- her a good thing or it is no't; Its ideals are either right' or they are not. . It is cither-a League ol Nat- ions or it is riot a League of^Nations If itô~ideâls. are fight,"and' its mac hinery; effective,', and -it ,is a League; bf Nations-i.e.,. peoples-^thcn : why/ without all this : circumlocution do this trio, as honest men¿ not go, straight for t, and with...

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"AN AUSTRALIAN AND A TERRITORIAN." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 May 1921

"AN AUSTRALIAN AND A TER ?i 'Sit^r-ín reference'; to -{he i-Mitíistcr for,Home and Territories';"reply,';to the^letter "with ; resolution re^ Deputat tion as :Yappearihg in.your , issue,of: I 24th instant/ I desire Tto;- éxpressfmy ? : views of the-r situation without s re-; gard to the, quasi halidon that, inenv des the atom of human majesty;that, is represented-by thè "Hon. . Minisr ter." Now, Mr. Editor, if^ readers? but once realize completely , that" the ¡ commercial and social world cannot, go on forever with the Northern Territory* being the . insignificent place it "is allowed, to t be occupied:; by the powers that allegedly goW erned it over -2000 miles-raway,^ gs evidenced by past??" results, - the; world apart from the Territory, or.; Australia,, will not stand it much ' longer and the quicker this situation] is appreciated and- an- endeavoi^^j made to aim at a solution the bettelt' it will certainly be in the interest ¿OÍ?, mankind whilst completely dissoci- ating our in...

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