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EDITORS HAVE BAD TIME IN INDIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 May 1921
EDITORS HAVE BAD TIME IN* * ? INDIA The editor and printer of the 'Ran- goon Mail " has been sentenced to . four and two months' imprisonment respectively, for alleged "intention to create hatred between the white and colored races," The ground of the action was simply the re-publication of articles in the "Manchester Guar- dian,' 'Asian Review' and "Bombay Chronicle.'
NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 May 1921
NOTICE. AU communications for publication in the "Standard" should be ad- ' dressed to the Edltor. AU business letters should be addressed to the Manager. Otherwise they are liable to Jbe overlooked. . No. çorrespon-. dence can reeeive consideration which is sent without the writer's name (not necessarily for publica- tion).
THE HOTELS AND THE GOVERNMENT STRANGLEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 May 1921
¡THE HOTELS AND THE GOV- ERNMENT STRANGLEHOLD. An advance intimation in last is- sue as to the intention of the Auth- orities to barter or sacrifice tue hot- els properties, has now been con- firmed and the public are ia a better position to scrutinise and pass judg- ment upon the whole position. Thai ?the Government's Stranglehold upon the hotels and its inept and indiffer- ent management have made thein not only a losing proposition but the ¡aughing-stock of business people generally has long been acknowled- ged. But that this precious Govern- ment cabal should now pronounce its own condemnation was more than was expected. X>i course it is the principle of State management that it hopes to discredit, but the Darwin public who know the facts, know right well that the failure is due, not to the local or immediate »management but to the ineptitude and indifference of the Government. In assumed despair the Govern- ' ment now proposes to sell or lease these properties in whole or in...
CRICKET CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 May 1921
CRICKET CRITICISED. I Latest. j ' London papers state that Eng- ¡ land's game is unworthy of the oc casion. The superiority of bowling suggests that the Australians were previously keeping something in re« serve. Gregory is notably the fast est since arrival, although the wicket was unsuited for- fast bowlers Australia, Pellew c and b Rhodes 25, Carter b Woolley 33, Andrews e and b Rhodes 6, Hendry not out 12, McDonald c Knight b Woolley io, sundries 14, total 232. Wooley 3 for 45, Rhodes 2 for 33, Richmond 2 for 69, Douglas 2 for 34, Jupp 1 for 14. England, second innings, all out for 147. I Australia second innings none for 31. Macartney 23, Bardsley 8. Australia won by io wickets.
SILESIAN CRISIS GRAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 May 1921
SILESIAN CRISIS GRAVER. Berlin reports further fighting in Upp°r Silesia between the Poles and Germans. The latter occupied sev- eral of the principal towns. Latest. The Silesian question has become more grave as Dr. Korfanty's troops got out of hand. Serious develop- ments are expected. The French Government has sent the British Foreign Office a note suggesting the advisability of not settling the Up- per Sliesian question immediately and proposing to entrust experts with preliminary consideration of pardon." The British and French ambassadors at Berlin have -jointly made representations to Herr Rosen who declared the German Govern- ment have done everything to pre- vent German aggression, but promis- ed to send a high official to the frontier in order to strengthen if possible the arrangements for pre- venting bands entering Upper Silesia
THE TEST MATCH. LATER PARTICULARS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 May 1921
THE TEST MATCH. LATER PARTICULARS The first test match began at Not .ingham on Saturday. The wicket was slow and easy. .Douglas won the toss. Hendry and Carter wer :ncluded in the Australian team in place of Mailey and Oldfield. England, first innings, Knight, c Carter, b Gregory, 8; Holmes, b McDonald, 30 ; Tyledesley, b Greg- ory, o; Hendren b Gregory, o; Douglas, c Gregory, b Armstrong, 11 ; Woolley, c Hendry, b McDonald 20 ; Jupp, c Armstrong, b McDonald , 8 ; Rhodes, c Carter, b Gregory, 19; . Strudwick, c Collins, b Gregory, o; Howell, not out, o; Richmond, c and b Gregory, 4 ; sundries 12. Total 112. Bowling : Gregory 6 for 58 ; Mc- Donald 3 for 42; Armstrong 1 for 0. Australia , first innings, Collins, l.b.w., b Richmond, 18 ; Bardsley, l.b.w., b Woolley, 66 ; MacCartney l.b.w., b Douglas, 20; Taylor c Tupp, b Douglas, 4 ; Armstrong, b Jupp, ii î Gregory, l.b.w., b Rich- mond, 14 ; Pellew, not out, 21 ; Car ter, not out, 3 ; sundries 11 ; total 1 six wickets for 167. j
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 May 1921
CRICKET. The Oxford match was drawn. Second innings, Bickmore, b Arm- strong, 19 ; Jardine, not out 96 ; Holdsworthy, not out 57 ; sundries, 2 ; total J for 174. Keen interest is evinced in the first test match which starts to-day. Strudwick is included in the En- glish team in place of Hubble. Mayne, Hendry, Ryder and Carter will probably be dropped from the Austrliaan team.