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THE DEVIL'S DOZEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
THE DEVIL'S DOZEN. Isms We Condemn:- ,Ci¿¡4)~í ,^;S^go,srç::^-^ #.¿¿^¿$8 Flunkeyism. . -v'tt:>y-i&lt;:^¡ Snoneenism. " . ( ,; ^ .y - Traitonsm. . v^QjvO , ; Fanaticism. ..;-'kà Sectarianism. ?, ,'¿ '^:.-r$m ^;^^Wàrwic]kis^ Prùissianism^^'éiîffiiÂ : ^^Phariseeism. v_. ^Ä;7hi4i ^^Bhck-hasm:v7'^:^^ fe>&lt;¡¿
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
Fang Chong Loöng & Go., 'I TÀÏW)£S,| DRAPERS AND Shppr is -.sit^cH'V on^So^Ä, |sjd¿ L'/oif. street ; a few doors from Esplanade "???'..V.,ÍV^'.^I. ?;-^y V.Carner^-v'ry;. -v; . Urge &b*ks-failings,;^h;írííi)B¿sj andr Dress /)MatenaÍW ¿Tropical S£ihv íngs. and Pith,' Helmets . a SpeciaUv. ; i Hats, Boots, Shoes, Sox, etcy Sijksr? Crepes,. Silk Handkerchiefs, ; Silk' Shirts- Kim>nas, Chingares,1'Cheese--; cloths, Nétüng and dress adapt^ rise:of^Na|&^cs^all-¿b'tó|makc up thc Stock úf this Moderp Estabfo^ - MpDF^TE CÏMFÎGE&; R^fe .. NÖ!t;E>^^4eirf fro idéritsjuriàbtë^ tly\ att^ded t to.:'-'. Good Utting 5"s^itsf mabe where rinly usual size' worn |a* No. j or 6)- is given; but where miwle^ exactness''- .^re^^ed^ tbe following nuasuremenis may - be sent., ; ;'. Wot coat;: (i) neck i tâ) round theiSt* ¿n^ der ar^iu ; ;' (j) round shoulders and/chest?; ; (4) from' poini'^f^^óul-1 dcr to elbow (5, ) from' c)uïpw lijro wrist ; (6)' ' round^^¿Aiy \pT length...
CANDID CRITICISMS. More Propaganda. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921
llore Pro|>agindt. ' . !l folks did hot know, the facts of I jtfii ease Ihejrv would be puzzled to understand why'the lat&lt;T Deputy Ad- ministrator was verbally attacked by thc Minister after they former ha¿ ?Jçft : Darwjn. ' In a ' propaganda tcljjk grain to )íhursday!s issue of our co* temporary^ a lengthy repudiation cit the! ; announced grounds for Mr. ' Smith's declining to accept the posi- tion bf administrator by Mr./Poyn- ton; appears. Its object is, of courjse, direct, but -its method is a pure in- stance of M Side-tracking/' Mr. Poyn- ton, by theJ use of Ministerial subt- lety, makes it appear as if Mri. Smith; wanted .the job ". of Administrator,' afcd' i thai- he not only did hot resign his : position, but appled for it. The mat- ters :of>*ihie and circumstances are brushed , aside by ;- Mri ' Poynton in order that a fraise impression ihay be madet whereas the fact tis that if Mr. [Smith cíui apply' Witft, others, he did sp at a time, when he had stjll ho...
ATHLETIC NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 March 1921
ATHLETIC NOTES. Now that the war is over there should be a revival of the good old athletic contests, such as created so' much interest and enthusiasm from twenty to thirty years ago. Looking back to the days of Tom Malone's prime, and those of Farrell,' Hillard and the professional cracks, one is disappointed at the degeneracy Surcíy' some good city "sport" should be found to take the small risk ot inaugurating a new series of big Sheffield Handicaps. When Malone landed in Brisbane , about thirty eight years ago he came as a "dark un," but soon let the cat out of the bag. He saw some ama- teurs running, and his Irish blood couldn't keep still. He wound up By challenging the best of them to run him down the street with hjs boots on and carrying another pair-» of "Foots by way of handicap. ( This " put his pot on" in Queensland. Though Hutchins, Samuels and others could bat Malone by inches in the sprint races it is generally ad- mitted he waa the best all-round ath- lete Australia e...
VESTEYS v. WARATAHS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 March 1921
»I II?&lt; Il VESTEYS v. WARATAHS.. A very interesting game which was uncertain to the last. Both i cam s were all out to win. Vestey's exis- tence this season depended on the match. The game was even and ex- citing throughout and until the last minute of the game Vesteys looked like winning but their usual luck pre- vailed and Waratahs won by 4 points, / the final scores being Waratahs ,*' goals 8 behinds*, Vesteys 3 goals 4 behind s. The most prominent in the winning team 'were Moss, Monteith ind Laurie. Vesteys wore very well represented by Flynn, Ah Mat and Presley. The goal, kickers -were Waratahs, ^Stanley, Moss and Ed- wards ; Vesteys, Presley, Cooper and Turton. Thus ended Vesteys play for the season. Throughout the year :his team played an uphill game and in nearly every match great trouble was experienced in getting the lui! complement on the field. ' Next Saturday V. ande; cr« meet *:he so-far unbeaten Waratah* an«! a /cry good game should result. Both cams are t:...
Spice of Sport. CRICKET. FIFTH TEST MATCH. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 March 1921
Spice of Sport. CRICKET. FIFTH TEST MATCH. (By Wire from our own Correspond dent). ADELAIDE. MonH.nv 1-' «-«««f. Australia made 392 in the first in- nings. Collins 5, Bardsley 7, Mac Cartney, c Hobbs, b Fender 170; Taylor, c Hcndren, b Douglas, 32 ; Gregory, c Strudwick, b Fender, 93 ; I Armstrong, c Wooley, b Fencer, o ; I Ryder, b lender, 2 ; Kelleway, c Strudwick, b Wilson 32 ; Carter, c, I Wooley, b Fender 17 ; Mailey, b Wil- son's » M'Donald, not out, 3, sundries * 26V Bowling, Fender 5 for 90 ; Doug- las 2 for 80, Parkin 1 tor 83, Wilson« 2 for 28.' The MacCartney-Gregory partnership produced 150 runs in 120 minutes England, Jsecond ¡innings, 2 for 24. Wooley, c and b Kelleway, 1 Makepeace, c Gregory, b Kelleway 7; Rhodes, not out io; Wilson, not out 4 ; Sundries 2. Bowling, Kelle- way 2 for 9. ' t Hendry has been selected to go to England in Kelleway's piace.
HYPOTHETICAL HAP'NINGS SANDY AND PAT DISCUSS THINGS IN GENERAL (Reported by "The Spook ") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 March 1921
HYPOTHETICAL HftFKINfiS \ SANDY AND PAT DISCUSS THINGS IN GENERAL .l (Reported by " The1 Spook ").> How1 are ye, says Pat, as he ^ stroll- ed down to Sandy's tent the other evening, wh,ere he found his old crony seated ona boxí at the door enjoying «the pipe of peace. Eh, mon says Sandy, Its welcome ye arp, Pat, sit ye doon on the grass there and have a smoke. D'ye ken any fresh, news ? . Fresh news ! says Pat ; nothing fresh in Darwin - stale news, stale beer, stale everything . The only thing one ¡ could call new ' is ' the " Norther^ Standard." Have ye seen it Sandy ? ! Have I not, says Sandy ? It is full of news, and what is more, it is full of vigorous, sound reasoning, which portends much good for U^. future'of the Northern Territory. , , ^r^SatîayVtnVy^a^"3Constant drip- ping wears taway' stones," and a lie here and half Ja He, and' á bit of mal- ice and muck added by way of des- sert creates an entirely different pic- ture in, time. I hope the " Standard " will nail the l...
A MANLY GENERAL. A BLOODY PAGE FROM BELGIUM. DEVILS IN DONEGAL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 March 1921
A ¡MANLY GENERAL. A BLOODY PAGE FROM BEL- GIUM. DEVILS IN DONEGAL A serio s political storm is brewing regarding the resignation of Briga- dier General Crozier who alleges that the British Government is condoning indiscipline concerning police looting in Ireland. A number, of business i premises were burned down in Donc I gal ; fifty shops and nouses nave now , been destroyed. Following an am- bush of the Crown forces in Donegal a pitched battle occurred in the streets ; policemen and a girl were shot dead, business was suspended, the schools were closed and most of the inhabitants fled to neighbouring, villages. Ten houses were destroyed by the Ulster volunteers and specials at Rosslea as a reprisal tor the shoot- ing of Lester, the Unionist merchant.
MR. CALLAN LEAVING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 March 1921
M"R. CALLAN LEAVING. t i Wejiave ?* learned with regret that1 Mr. Callan, who,has filled the onerous pro^ecds'-to Penang/ by the incoming s.s Mataram," to fill* a like, or rather more important position. Dur ings1vMr. i3Cällan's lengthy * sojourn , in " the '"Territory, he has won the respect; and \ confidence of its principal citizens as well as of his direct, employers, and moreover, lie . has proved a generous and enthusias- tic patron of al j forms of legitimate sport.' A few there are, we believe, who cherish an amount of hostility for Mr. Callan, but when it is known that', this is^mainly 'because,, of his having given fair terms' to v employees, and his hav- ing been invariably ' the friend of the unionists here) no, surprise will be experienced. It is a pity that Darwin is losing such a good towns- man, but there will be mutual conso- lation in the-knowledge that he is going to- better himself. We wish him .all good wishes^ and good luck in his new sphere of activity.
SILVER LINING TO EVERY CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 March 1921
SILVER LINING TO EVERY CLOUD. Henry Bell, director ef Lloyd': 3ank, who participated in the inter- national financial conference at Brus- sels states that Europe will inevitably each bankruptcy unless warlike ex- penditure is reduced. Economic re labilitation is impossible unless tins s soared into the minds of the people A curious paradox is that Germany and Austria arc b;ing saved this eco- nomic waste as the Allies virtually iuid, " You must not spend money on war preparations-we will spend it"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 March 1921
" A. E. JOLLY & Coy. (ESTABLISHED 1883 ) General^ Merchants & Importers SHIPPING, STATION, INSURANCE and GENERAL COMMISSION AGCNTS CORNER OF SMITH AND BENNETT STREETS A Large and Varied Assortment of GROCERIES, DRAPERY' BOOTS and SHOES, Harness and other Leather Goods V MINING TOOLS, CANVAS, ROPES, etc., etc. \ * ' i Always on Hand / F resh Supplies of Grùzzrh3, Dfàpsry, etc., Arriving by Every Boat ' V 1» A. E JOLLY £r Coy., The Corner Store YPêft&M Japanese Store All Varieties of the Latest ]A\ a ue se* Novel ties iu - > Fashions, Fancy Goods Up tp-Date ¡Styles in , WEAR-WELLéHlRt«; PYJAMAS, KIMONAS, etc., etc. Fresh Supplies at our Best Price for the Present Season Drop in and Inspect our Large Muck V Ginnagh Street, Dargin i Btiiois Loaming U6t.se Cavenagh Streit,J^rwiu '.Vi' '.» TERMS MOD' RATE Good Board and Lodgiug Don't Forget to Drop into Alipio's Saloon when you want a Hair Cut or a Good Shave Curios a Specialty Shells Cleaned and Polished THE03N...