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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
É>r. C. EjflfLL DENTAL SURGEON 0 Specialist in Crown and Bridge : . worn.. . '.' .. . .:- "': .; Maybe consulted at H* rooms^; ??. :'-Ï^>- at the cottage .. . 14'* :; rBo#ii| C*nmcixialBoj*««sT .; ???'; T,K.^fcM*'.H«*iB'¿':^'"?""'. "JV.-; .'...'. Charges .Moderate:"". ;i HÔUte^ai y o ¿mJ>to^^m .|| .Telephone;.No. 93. / :"\ .\
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
NOTE« AN#rtBWt, ï Äe^jPiiie' Creek racés 'will 'be run under Australian Racing. Rulei ; Attention is directed to the special meeting of the A^W-V\ BÍúch. Exr> ecutive to be held in the office to- night at 8, to discuss the urgent matter indicated.. 'b'-'- . .'! " " ? . .. ,|The At Home at the Administra- tor's residence» where .Mr. poynton may be met by residents of Darwin ¡and vicinity takes place to-morrow evening. w.-.^_ -' -*???;-- ??m-m* &lt; The Tennis Association's dance takes place on. Monday night next, and promises to be the dance of the season. The committee have spared no pains or .expense to make it worthy of the occasion. -Judging by Current "gossip there will be a plethora of offers for the hotels wholly and. sectionally. This, however, does hot mean that agree- ment will be reached. ' Attention is directed to Messrs. Angus and Coote's change of adver- tisement in this issue .The ^Ministerial party returned from, the country, on Tuesday even- ing, .having g...
SOME OF THE "BENEFITS." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
SOME OF THE "BENEFITS." ""Though., it is.only a rumour, it -ïould be foolish to overlook the possibility oi Mr. Poynton's induc ng the Federal Cabinet to still fur- rier curtail the few semblances of ¿ttigenship which the residents of Jarwin enjoy. It'is whispered that certain representations have been .nade to -him by some of the few rate-dodgers who some time ago conspired unsuccessfully to commit ib;e residents to an expression of iäpEtftr in favor of confining the municipal franchise to payers of rates, and for the deprivation of that shred of political and social citizenship which the people now nave. It Is not difficult to realise vhat sort of representations were .nade, nor what the Minister's bias would be Under all the circum- stances," and though, as we said, it .nay be only 4 matter of mere gos- sip that |he Minister indicated his ípproval w^Sis- extreme act of citi- zenship vandalism, there is never "any smoke without fire. It may be one of the "Benefits" which it is In-...
HUGHES SUMMED UP. SCATHING BUT MERITED. AND SO SAY ALL OF US. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
HUGHES SUMMED UP. SCATHING-BUT MERITED. AND SO SAY ALL OF US. Hughes has arrived in England, j The "London "Daily News" in an ' article dealing with personalities at the conference says : "The ghastly mess of his last tour with its trucu- j lency is remembered by the' nation'; which he lectured to death." It- ad- j vises Hughes to concentrate on the J task of peopling Australia, i " The "Westminster Gazette" ad- vises Hughes to hold his tongue on' the Silesian question,and not com- plicate Lloyd George's delicate task because the French would realise like Britain does that Hughes has a passion for oracular deliverances on questions on which he is only partly informed.
SUBORDINATE PATRIOTISM. in "Liberty." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
SUBORDINATE PATRIOTISM. By LIAM MA GILL IOSA in "Liberty.'? We owe this term to a modern Scot. No other present day nation*" ality can conceive of such a thing, and most certainly the Scots of èld repudiated this monstrous idea.' The absurdity of it is only equall- ed by the audacity of its author .in. believing that all his countrymen, have their intelligence as warped as } his own by the false spells off/ Britishism. A few examples will show us howSl illogical is the situation created by-, the acceptance of the term, as also &lt; its soul-destroying characteristics. , It is defined as having patriotic' feeling and affection for Scotland as IRELAND'S ANSWER TO LLOYD GEORGE- The black "Little bit of h-eil" that betrays heaven-ordained -freedom and festers in the Irish bosom and which Lloyd George uses to keep a Nation in slavery. . the land of our birth, and at the * / same time keeping this feeling with- in limits in view of the greater in- terests of the Empire. I do not t...
IMPARTIALITY OF THE LAW. HOW IT WORKS IN CONNECTION WITH THE IRISH SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
IMPARTIALITY OF THE LAW. HOW IT .WORKS IN CONNECT ION WITH THE IRISH * SITUATION. ' (Special for the "Times" Yelper.) If any* proof /were needed of the assertion made that there was one law for Sir Edward Carson and an- other for the Irish3 farmers, here it is in cold print. This is the official statement issued from Victoria Bar- racks, Cork, after the execution of Cornelius Murphy on February! : j "Cornelius Murphy, of Balldaly, Rathmore, Co. Kerry, 'farmer, was ried at Cork on January 17, 1921, by 1 military court for offences against martial law- He was charged with being at Ballydaly aforesaid on Jan lary 4, 1921, in improper possession ?i arms and ammunition-namely, a loaded 'revolver. The court found Cornelius Murphy guilty and sen- tenced him to suffer death by being shot The finding and sentence of the court was duly confirmed by the general .officer Commanding-in-Chief in Ireland. The aentence was duly executed at 08.01 hours on February 1, 1921." - And this is from a spee...
CAN IRELAND PAY ITS WAY? IS IT STRONG ENOUGH TO SET UP AS AN INDEPENDENT NATION? (In the Scots National Paper "Liberty.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
CAN IRELAND PAY ITS WAY? IS IT STRONG ENOUGH TO §ET UP AS AN INDEPENDENT NATION? (In the Scots National Paper "Liberty.") These questions can be best an- swered by comparing Ireland with the small nations of Europe that prospered in freedom. See how Ire- land holds her own in size : Area in sq.miles. Belgium .. . 12,373 Holland . 12,582 -- Denmark . .. 15,582 Switzerland . 15,976 Ireland .. . 32,586 Countries about the same size as Ireland are :-Serbia, 33,891 square miles; Portugal, 35490; Greece, 4L933; Bulgaria, 43.305 In population also she is well to the fore, as these figures show : -¿"Norway . 2,391,782 ./Denmark . 2,921,362 Switzerland .. .. 3,880,500 Ireland .. .. 4,390,219 The following are the figures. for countries whose population in each case is about equal to that of Ire- land :-Serbia, 4,615,567; Bulgaria, 4f337.5i6; Greece, 4,821,300. * In most cases these small nation» j do their business better than the I big nations. What does it cost them? ' I Here are their rev...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
E V. V: BROWN, AGENT E. & A. S.S. Co. Ltd. and British In- dia S.N. Co.. Ltd. SHIPPING, MINING AND GEN- ERAL COMMISSION AGENT , I AUCTIONEER. &c/ E. V. V, Brown Is prepared to un- dertake Stock and Statten butinais, Agenty in all dranchos, Report on Mines. Indent and Forwarding executed.. Rents collected prompt- ly. Commodious 'Auction and Store Rooms Opposite Town Hall, Darwin CODES Bedford McNeill Morcing ant Neal Bentley» ,1 A.B.C., ist and 5tH Editions. Cabio Address : "Yoolo*. Budgen's Motor Garage CARS NO.'S &t 65, ft 79 THREE CRACK DRIVERS ALL'HOURS. A¿L DISTANCES. i _ s RING TELEPHONE 91 M. & D. McMillan, GARAGE ON CALL * , CARS DAY OR NIGHT. Competent Driven. v , Up-to-Date Cars. .. ..^ , - - fc» ^ BILLIARDS Two First'Cíass Tables . . i » Samo Address- . \ f . CAVENAGH STREET, Telephone 30. \ pi Farrar &Sohs Smith Street, Darwin . GENERAL COMMISSION ., . ? ;-,A AGENTS" ( AND CARRIERS. MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIGHT; . THREE CARS Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
A. E. JOLLY ê- Coy. (ESTABLISHED 1883.) General Merchants & importers SHIPPING, STATION, INSURANCE and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS ? I_-L-L i_I CORNER OF SMITH ANO BENNETT STREETS A Large and Varied Assortment of GROCERIES, DRAPERY' BOOTS and SHOES, Harness and other Leather Goods MINING TOOLS, ¿.A. CANVAS/ " ROPES, etc, etc. Always on Hand Fresh Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., Arriving by Every Boat |-| JOLLY ^ Ç^, The Corner Store The Grove HUÍ Sawmills . LUCY ÄyO'SHEA, Prop. ' 'Are now prepared to Supply the Public with CYPRESS PINE or HARDWOODS sawn to any sizes. Waggon and Buggy Timbers ' cut i tnd dressed to all sizes J i *«i ¡a}l LUCY AND O'SHEA, GROVE HILL. A.W.U. Boarding' UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE. Old Address: Corner PEEL and > MITCHELL STREETS Good Mer.ls-Good Beds-Good Attention-Moderate Charges TRIAL SOLICITED. Unie a Labor only Employed. Mrs. E. E. PEARSE, Proprietress. Notice. To whom it may Concern. .. Any->person depositing garbage at Garbage Depo...
Amongst the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
Amongst the Ladies. (By "Little Polly.") fe II Among the many notable revers- als of the old order of things in con- nection with the ladies, is the efact that, here at least, the so-called "fas- hions" are paraded^- I might say done to death-not by the higher and wealthier social dames, but by the shop and factory girls", iSM4' the female employees generally, o-o-o-o-o-o-o-h I am by no means unkind, or con- temptuous of the female employee, and,, have no doubt that she is as entitled to be considered "graceful, good' looking and attractive as her social'superiors, but what has'struck me as foolish and even criminal, and what makes me refer to thisf subject is, that this craze for keeping up the latest fashions is, in a great measure responsible for the evil ' of - female sweating and of more serious ones too. Vj ;Í1ÍF Now hundreds of our girls who work'in factories/ and * shops/\and' kindred-places of cheaply paid labor j have no -legitimate i necessity^ for^so,/ wojklnír^ur they -...
ANOTHER ORGIE BY PARASITES. GIRLS BATHE IN CHAMPAGNE AT PARIS BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
ANOTHER ORGIE BY PARA- SITES. GIRLS BATHE IN CHAMPAGNE AT PARIS BANQUET. Britishers, Canadians and others , who went overseas to protect France from the terrible (?) Huns, and in ' the effort, thousands of lives were lost", thousands of others were maim- ed for life, and thousands of families were deprived of .their bread-winn scr. And to-day, while thousands of these fighters and their families are feeling the pangs of hunger, : walking the streets looking for work ! and generally making a miserable existence, we read the following news item, reprinted from the Lon- don "Sunday Pictorial" : Paris has been left breathless by an orgy of voluptuousness within a stone's throw of the Arc de Tri- omphe. f The scene was a mansion and the ictors were foreigners, who had nade war fortunes in oil, and a bevy of beautiful women. The house had been decorated to resemble a harem. Heavy curtains hung from the wall, low divans and huge cushions took the place o£ chairs, the rooms were bathed in s...
HISTORIC U.S. DOCUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
HISTORIC U.I. DOCUMENT. One of the last acts of President vVilson was the signature of/a resol jítion repealing the amendment to the Espionage Act that was passed 'du May. 16, 1918. The Espionage Act itself remains, in a state of sus- pension, until the next war automat- ically revives it but the amendment which, to say the least was so wide- ly) at variance with American tradi- tions, has been wiped off the books. We must be thankful for that At least it is a step in the right direc- tion. The amendment was a typical product of war,hysteria. Let ns re- call some of its phraseology. Un- der its provisions a fine of 10,000 dollars or twenty years imprison- ment or both faced anyone who, while the United States was at war, should "wilfully utter, print, write or publish any disloyal, - profane, scurrilous or abusive language about the form of government of the-Un- ited States or the Constitution. . . or- the military and naval forces. . . or the flag of the United States. . . . 1. or ...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
TENJÍÍS. By "BOL." I ' Enthusiasm has no doubt been further aroused in Tennis circles by I the announcement that the Tourna- ments are shortly to commence. I notice all events are advertised as being handicapped, and as there are five tourneys, surely every tennis player be he a novice or an aspiring Norman Brookes, will find a place in one of them. The Secreatry of the^ Association told mc the other day that the handicappers were taking a keen interest in their work. This is well to know. Handicapping, even under the most favorable conditions, and especially in tennis ¿à a most difficult matter and sometimes han- dicappers are apt to hurry the job, with the result that one or two get a burden much too heavy for them to carry, while others get off very lightly. On this occasion, however, I am assured, the gentlemen who have in hand this arduous task will give the matter much thoughtful at- tention, and the resulting handicaps Should make the matches as close and interesting as it is...
THE BOLT IS SHOT! INCOME TAX CASES WARRANTS ISSUED AND EXEC[?]ED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 June 1921
Í Hi BOLT IS SHOT i INCOME TAX CASES &lt; \ \ WARRANTS ISSUED ANDEXÈCLMED ?.?'.*? At the, Local Court this morning pcfore Mr. Hogan, S. M. John Will- iam Olsen appeared to answer an unsatisfied Judgment Summons is- ) sued against trim by the Commision- ers Taxation. , "'' : MrV Barrat appeared'for the Com- missioner &lt;and asked leave to amend ( che summons so that it should in- clude "14s 6d costs in the interlocut- ory sunimons. Leave granted. ^ John "William Olsen, motor driver it present unemployed, deposed, he. *iád been out of work à month. Re ~ !ast Worked for A. R. Budgen from ' whom he. received £2 ios per week. . ¡He had no banking account and tie iad np, property .: He did.not rccog-N iiise. . lits liabality . to the Taxation^ Department.. .,.? He&lt;had no offer to Snake to the Court. 'The.S. M. made an order that de- fendant, pay the amount in instal nents^f £4 per month. First in- stalment to be paid on july 5th. ^Horace' Cox,-trades-helper,- c...