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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

SPECIAL NOTICE. The Branch- Executive of the A. W.U.' are requested to meet in the A.W.U. Office at 8 p.m. to-night. : Business : 'A To discuss the official challenge -»f $he Government ¡fOn the FeopleV Birthrights.*' | H. NELSON. * Branch Secretary NOTICE. All orders for the withdrawal of Standing Advertisements must be given in writing to the Manager duly dated ; and liability will con- tinue till the" amount owing therefor is fully paid up. . THC MANAGER.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
CANADIAN TOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

CANADIAN TOOLS. Édmondc, who was refused admis- sion to Australia several months agov hi«; ?fter a second trial been con- victed of alleged sedition in Van- couver. His deportation has been I brderejL

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
WHERE IT HURTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

WHERE IT HURTS. The Sinn Fein Government's trade department has prohibited the im- port and sale of tea, coffee, sugai, motor tyres and rubber goods from Great Britain. The proclamation de- clares "We are at war with Eng* land; it is the duty of all citizens to, avoid buying British manufacturea goods. As far as possible civilians must help the active forces by strik- ing an economic blow at England.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

m WONDERFUL VALUE, AND PROMPT SERVICE BY MAIL. Try us with an order-WE GUARANTEE TO SATISFY YOU, OR RETURN YOUR MONEY. tewellery of any design made to order, and all kinds of repair work ndertakeh. We are buyers of OPAL. Amethyst heart " get. Ring, set " Pendant pet, Neat Brooch, 9ct, gold Pink with Ruby, 15s. gold. ais. Tourmaline set 7s. 6d. ! 6d. Initials is. ANGUS and COOTE Ltd., THE LEADING MAIL ORDER JEWELLERS, 496 to sos George Street SYDNEY.

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DARWIN TENNIS ASSOCIATION SEASON-1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

DARWIN TENNIS ASSOCIATION SEASON-1921. JUNE 4-Church v. B.A.T. i . Church Court; B.A.T. 2 v Town 2, B.A.T. Court ; Town 1 v. Parap, Town Court. j JUNE 11...Town 2 v. Parap, Town Court ; Church v. Town 1, . Church Court ; B.A.T. 2 v. B.A.T. 1» B.A.T. Court. ^ - JUNE 18.-Town 1 v. B.A.T. 2, Town Court ; Parap v. Church, Parap Court ; B.A.T. 1 v. Town 2, B.A:T. Court. TOURNAMENTS COMMENCE. JUNE 25-Church v. B.A.T. 2, Church Coart ; Town 2 v. Town 1 Town Court ; B.Á.T. 1 v. Parap, B.A.T. Court. AUGUST-Singles Championship. * Parap Cup Matches. ^ j

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A DENIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

A DENIAL. Lloyd George in .the House of I Commons deniied having told, the j Miners Executive that legislation would be passed compelling the miners to submit the dispute to,ar- bitration if they did not accept the Government's proposed method of settlement. 7 '"UUP*'

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MINERS FIRM. HODGES SPEAKS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

MINERS FIRM. HODGES SPEAKS; "The'.British miners will not accept dictated or compulsory arbitration!-'' remarks ..Hodges, secretary, of the Miners' Federation, "but will, agree to a voluntary < arrangement - with owners even- though that deviates from their original purpose:;*.- -i They want a settlement which witt"leave the- men with a real' living, wagt and the industry r in a maximum state of efficiency. Qwing to. Gov- ernment mishandling^ the industry- is bankrupt The Government;turned down the'miners' ideas for a per- manent peace and it was ¿ up to the Government to provide- alternative proposals." - < - - I

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc WS The "Northern Standard" aims at being thoroughly representative of «the Northern Territory and with thu end 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 M it is not ab- usive and jfefers to matters of general interest. Any complaints in regard to non receipt of paper should be reported to ! us at once. We will do our best to i ' remedy them. We would be grateful to our friends for their good offices with neigh- bours, in obtaining fresh subscribers, »otc, and in helping to add to the power for good of the people's own newspaper. Secretaries of the various Clubs and institutions are invited to for ard condensed reports of proceed- ings at meetings, etc and wo will be nlecsed to send a representative to any important function when duly notified. ?; Our telephone number ia np, and' a Ting np will secure any deaired in- formation a...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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RUSSIANS FIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

RUSSIANS FIGHTING. Tokio reports fighting ; between Russian factions at Vladivôstock. The Japs disarmed the belligerents. - Three members- of the former. Vlad- ivôstock'Government took refuge on the American ' cruiser Kappell.; Troops still occupy- most'of the; city: ' '-:-~ . - 'IJ^pfrv'

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

FOR SALE. BEAUTIFUL NEW SILKY OAK EUROPEAN-MADE FURNI- TURE. 'Inspection invited. ' MRS. FLEMING, Smith-st, Myilly Point. RETURNED 8AILOR8 AND SOLDIERS IMPERIAL LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA. DARWIN BRANCH. A GENERAL MEETING of the above Branch will be held in the Palmerston Institute at 8 p.m. on, THURSDAY, and JUNE, 1921. Business-General ? y S. E. COHEN. -, Secretary. A.M.I.E.U. " A GENERAL MEETING of Members of the above Organisation will be held at, the Meeting Hall, Parap, on FRIDAY,' 3rd, JUN3. (To-morrow) at 7.30 p.m. Business Important ? - All members are specially repuest ed to attend. t P. BRENNAN, ! Secretary. AN OMISSION. " The Pine Creek Race Club will^ conduct their Races under the Aus- ' tralian Rules of Racing. E. J. DUGGAN. Hon. Secretary. * A DANCE Will be Qeld in the TOWN HALL On MONDAY, JUNE 6th, ipi. In Aid of the Funds Of the DARWIN TENNIS ASSOCIA- TION. PEARSE! ** 1 N Getting constant supplies of . * * V * PRIAIS PINE CREEK BEEF and selling it at 8d. 'NUFF SED. .___7. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

PEACE PROGRESS PATRIOTISM FREEDOM ' FRATERNITY FAIR PLAY ; ?

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

NOTICE. All orders for the withdrawal of -Standing Advertisements must be given in writing to the Manager, duly dated ; and liability will con- tinue till the amount owing therefor is fully paid up. THE MANAGER.

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ENGLISH HOODLDUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

ENGLISH HOODLDUMS. While Gregory was bowling a j ' section of the spectators hooted him presumably because his bowling was considered dangerous. The^'Times" critic characterises the barracking as an unseemly display ' of ig- norance and bad manners hy a sec- tion of the crowd.

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NATIONALISTS SCOUTED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

NATIONALISTS SCOUTED. ^ The Queensland Country Party passed a resolution declining to meet the Nationalists with a view to am- algamation^ - .

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LLOYD GEORGE BACKS DOWN [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

-LLOYD GEORGE BACKS DOWN Paris reports that the British Gov- ernment agreed to convene a com- mittee of experts on the Upper Sil- esia. question, but expressed'the op- inion that the Commission should be appointed by the Supreme Council. '

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Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
MEXICO WELL TO FOREFRONT PEONS ARE MAKING AND UNMAKING MANY OFFICIALS. (By Paul Hanna, Federated Press Staff Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

MEXICO WELL TO FORE* FRONT PEONS ARE MAKING AND UN ' MAKING MANY OFFICIALS. (By Paul Hanna, Federated Press b Staff Correspondent.) 1 Mexico City-Yucatan overthrew Carranza. That is to say, when Carranza sent his troops into Yuca- tan and utterly destroyed its Social- ist peasant co-operative regime he proved to the workers and peons of I all Mexico that he was an enemy of the producers. One year later Car- ranza was driven out of Mexico City and killed by his own escort. Many liberals in the United States still have a good opinion of Car- ranza. Well, many liberals in Mexi- co «till have a high opinion of Woodrow Wilson» My impression, formed since I came here, is that the two men were very much alike. They both possessed the highest .deals. They were eloquent disciples of liberty. Neither one could tol- erate an opposite opinion. Both of *hem imprisoned men for disagree- ing with them. Both coveted a high nlace in history and both were re- pudiated by their own people. After he ha...

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LOCAL COURT. (Wednesday, before the S. M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

LOCAL COURT. (Wednesday, before the S. M.) I At the Local Court on Wednes- day morning the adjourned case in which Robert McDonald, Protector of aborigines, proceeded against Wil- liam Wright for" employing a female half-caste without first having ob obiained a permit was proceeded with. Mr. Barratt appeared for the Protector of Aborigines and Mr. Roberts for defendant Defendant pleaded guilty. Mr. Barratt stated that Mr. Mac Donald was still too ill to attend. He had rung up the doctor this morning and would get a certificate if necessary. The S.M. asked Mr. Barratt how long had the Ordinance referring to permit's been in operation. > Mr. Barratt stated that they had been in force off and on for a num- ber of years. The S. M. stated there was a cer tainpenalty for this offence and 'un- til he heard further evidence be could not deal with the matter. Mr. Roberts said , defendant had given an undertaking not to allow the half caste on his premises. The case was adjourned till June...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables CRICKET CRTICISMS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

Latest News by Cabfe and Telegraph . Latest Giblii CRICKET CRTICISMS. & ^omn,èl>ting on the result Of the ?$'first test match the English papers iv state that England was beaten in circumstances which it was thought would have been utterly unfavorable to the Australians who surmounted strange conditions with a nerve and doggedness which were surpris^ ingvevéri to those familiar with Australian grit England accepts the discomfiture. in true cricketing - spirit and we are left in admiration of the Australians' magnificent bowling and fielding. Armstrong's captainship showed he is a.genius. \ In England's second innings Mc- Donald secured 5 for 32, Gregory 2 for 45, Hendry ¿for. 18. : r ¿

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MR. NELSON ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

MR. NELSON ACTS. Immediately the cases were com- pleted Mr. Nelson despatched- the following urgent wire to Mr Tudor, leader of the Labor Party, several' M's. P., union organisations and' newspapers. / " * "three residents sentenced to-day io twenty eight days* imprisonment'' refusal pay taxes without represen- tation. Hundreds will follow. God knows what will happen. The stig <ria is on Labor Party as well as Government. Remember how Am- ena was lost. Possibilities of Re netition. We expect every Democrat *ô go to «extreme in defending Aus-" tralia's birthright : Reply "what ac- tion." r- "i

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THE NORTHMN STANDARD. THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921

THE NORTHMN STANDUD. Ï^RSfcAft; JVNE ;.'*> ipai If Stand by the Biffct, condemn the ,'?, Wrong, not »a apirit of hostility bnt that ti* evil may bo changod into good.

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