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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

Mrs; Herkes.' Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clarke Mrs, and Miss Linton ¡. Mr. Warburton and Nurse. Mr. Foster and party of ladies. Mrs. and Miss McMillan and lady friend. Mr. E. P. Geraghty. ' ? Mrs. Nott { [; IT--31 ' -- * THE DON PICTURES. The usual Saturday night ' Pro- gramme h HS been postponed to TUESDAY NIGHT NEXT, [ in order to give everybody an op- portunity^ attending the PUBLIC INDIGNATION MEET- ING in the TOWN HALL, TO-NIGHT. DON'T FORGET THE "DON " PICTURES " on TUESDAY NIGHT.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

Cricket teams playing on Saturday /une 4th» 1921 : Conlih's Team.-C. >rnoldry.Besley, Young, Rice, South- well, Kelsey, Hocking, Davies, Cum ¿nings, Hill, Knott, Tootill, Conlin, Godfrey, Don. McMillan, J. McMil- lan, Stretton, H. F. L. Finniss. ; Marsh's Team. - Ardill, Cracknell, MacDonald, Kerr, Fleming, Quigley Olsen, Stanley, Porter, Maxwell, Grenier, Lape, McMillan, W., Nutter Hawke, Croft, McIntyre, Marsh. ' . Thc Town Bänd which had been engaged to play yesterday afternoon at the "At Home," did not appear. Thc Mataram, is expected at Dar- win on Monday morning, and^will proceed southwards same day. Mr. Cooke, who has been such an^ assiduous Postmaster here for the past three years, has been transfer- red South, and will probably leave per the July boat. Miss F. Cooke .lcjjvetí by the Mataram.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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LABOR M.P. DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

LABOR MP. DEAD) / -/ Our readers- will regret to .hear of ic death of "Jim" Page, M.H R. *for faranoa, one *of the few politicians vlio never changed his democratic oat. A; wire on Friday brought 'ie brief, saVl news.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CLOVEN HOOF. LOWER WAGES IN S. A. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

THE CLOVEN HOOF. LOWER WAGES IN S. A.. Speaking on the industrial out- look, the "South? Australian Premier I advocated reduced wages. He said it was inevitable that - jf workers won't accept they must be forced to. Labor is strongly opposing thc proposal unless the cost of living is :bnsidèrably reduced. #

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

CORRESPONDENTS. CORRESPONDENTS WANTED in "all inki'ud centres.^ \ -

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SYDNEY UNEMPLOYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

b ï Dis E YT U J\ EMlJLO ï MEW T. Unemployment is acute in Sydney. I Altogether 2000 men were put on j Cokatoo Island. The Commission has completed its enquiry and many charges against the men are found untrue. It it probably that work .viii4be resumed shortly. Much dis- tress prevails. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

E V; V. BROWN. * AGENT El & A. S.S. Co. Ltd. and Britishln dia S.N. Co... Ltd. 8HIPPING, MINING AND GEN EU AL COMMISSION AGENT , AUCTIONEER. &c. E. Y. V. Brown is prepared to un- dertake Stock and Station business, i Agency, in all drancfies, Report on Mines. ; \lndent and Forwarding executed.. Rents' collected prompt- ly. Commodious ? Auction / and Store 'Room's:' Opposite Town Hall, Darwin CODES- J C » Bcdf<?r¿AMcNcill Moreing and Neal Bentley» - ^-?' - A.B.C., ist and 5th Editions. Cable Address : Youles. Budgen's. Motor CARS NO.'S 50/ 65. & 79 . , THREE CR^CK DRIVERS ALL,HOURS. /ALL DISTANCES/ ..RING TELEPHONE** 91. . M. & D. McMillan, / G A.RAGE ON CALL ' CAIÇS DAY OR NIGHT, r\ . - ' 'rn-; Cpmpetent Driven. Up:to-Date Cars. .sT'Ào FiistClass Tables garnet Address^:* *'//.: ' .' - ^ , CA VE NA Cl Ei STREET, R; .Farrar & Sons S n i th traet, Darwin GENERAL COMMISSION V - %1 » .t. '- ' « - . -AGENTS , I c: AND, CARRIERS. MOTORCARS...

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RACIAL RIOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

RACIAL RIOTS. Racial riots between negroes ant Whites broke out at Tulsa, Okla- homa on Wednesday, following thc arrest Of a negro for attacking a white girl. Rifle filing occurred throughout the night, resulting in sevjcn whites and 51 negrees being killed and a larsc number wounded The local authorities lo>st. control ot the situation;,. State troops were rushed tc the scene, of thc riot; which started through 200 negroes at- tempting to deliver a negro from gaol. The whites set fire to. negroes homes causing io city blocks , to bc destroyed. State, troops surrounded a huge' crowd of. negroes lccliin? many up. Martial law has been pro claimed. , r

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Telegrams MINISTER FLAYS THE "PATRIOTS." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

Latest Telegrams . . .-: " ~ ~ V MINISTER FLAYS THE "PAT- RIOTS."^ The Queensland^Treasurer said he had hadv many letters and two de- putations from graziers ahd pastor- alists regarded deferred payment of income tax. When the seasons were good with a ready demand for pro . ducts, they sit back and abuse the " Government and do * their best to damage, the State's credit; : in fact ' they financed to England a delega» tion. early this year to prevent thc Government getting a loan of money. Now that the season was . , bad with np market for products the Government find them like common Tfj^nd'C«^ w5it?npr on tho doormat rf th* "^ftnîster for Railways imnor f.^lr.rr tjitrj tn ç"5ve tfiom concession - frf{«rtit and ronce^stot^s frotn-'tb* r";t,,mV (lorn rfm whîrh th cv wef always' condemning. They could nave-a -^deferred system regarding tho ''tax ii lucy tout him exactly what uicüinc- tuey paid taxes cm aur- ilia tue war penou. This last is a .í-lOSt Ull¿.lsl ...Ali ¿>wUt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

PEACE PROGRESS.. ? PAtRIQTl|$t

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PARADOXES OF CAPITALISM. SOME STARTLING REVELATIONS. A DEFINITION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

PARADOXES OF CAPITALISM. | SOME STARTLING REVELA- ^ TIONS. . S v A DEFINITION." 1 ^' A paradox, as the writer ùndcr stands it, ls the relation of two or more dissimilar phenom.eqay ^whicji,. taken by theraselve%|rid. without r knowledge of the connecting ' links necessary for ihe elucidation of their relativity, apparently contradict each, other in the absurdist fashion/ When however, the chain of reasoning be- tween suck phenomena is complete,, it will be. seen that the absurdity, although still existing, it what may be called a. "logical absurdity," that the Contradiction \ is the . inevitable outcome logically deduced from the original premise, fron which the phenomena in question spring. : Capitalist. society abounds in par ^doxes, which, to a mind unacquaV ed with the basis and workings o' w modern industrial system, must appear monstrous r in their insa- ? and perverse effect both on ¿he tn, dividual and on society as a. whol?. RICHES AND POVERTY. Under ' capitalism wealth is ...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
THE RAPE OF ERIN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

THE RAPE OF ERIN. " j ',- - / : «?MM : Bound :-: by steel bonds : of ruthless? ness and might, ; She strangling, writhes tn agony and.pain; ' '. ^ v ; .While- vandals, Huns, with baleful creed;their blight _ ' i Doth cast, with subtle breath upon her name. .Her virgin body flayed by ^callous ' -- ness and hate, v Her - plenteous breasts this thing 'doth seize With vicious avariciousness; this - ' ghoul incarnate; \y. That ravishes and loots, its lust- ful hunger to appease, f ' Her verdant pastures peaceful, now . bespattered; \ : With blood of patriot and gore of Who 'with grim, brute f erocity "hath battered, - * *" \ ? All noble principles of she, who .. v>'öuld4>e~' fr*ê. t 1er spirit yet Undaunted, still de . - t . » . ^ ., . . v tymg The massed formation of. ; thc ' horde of hell. - Ter liberty- though challenged, yet undying, . Will.yet pervade this land oflake and dell. J Her chastity though outraged, yet . so'pure - . ' Will lauded be> some day, r with , voice and ...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
GRAVE SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

GRAVE SITUATION; The situation in - Berlinois reporte grave owing to the Premier of Bav aria intimating that owing to sironr opposition he is unable to carry or 'disarmament ,in accordance with t? ; Entente's ultimatum by June 30. Th . British Government is } strongb pressing Germany and the Reichstag has been hurriedly summoned. Th« Government threatens to enforc obedience ., from 300,000 irregular.^ from whom thev opposition comes. ' '

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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THE WAR FOR FREEDOM. IRISH INGENUITY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

THE WAR FOR FREEDOM. IRISH INGENUITY. A Dublin mes sage states that rc | publicans electrically exploded a lane 'mine under, a party of Hampshires, -marching 'near Youghal:- Six were killed and 2i wounded.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

^ A. private dance was given by ¿Mr. Cottotwto a number of friends' of the .family, in the ? Town Hall, and /we understand it was very successful. ^- - \ . . It is stated that Mr. Poynton fd^id a tour of the hotels on Thursdays night and intended to "shout" for i any "wild and woolly" folks hang- ing about., At theTerminus, the only* place he found .any, the hospi- tality was refused with an unmen- tionable, reply. "The shout cost him only 3s" < ..b

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COOK DEFEATS GODDARD [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

COOK DEFEATS GODDARD George Gook, Australian hcavy . weight, defeated Fra nlç* Goddard r thf English heav weight, on points, ni a 20 rounds,r>contest at vthc. Albert , Hall, bondon. -Cookes- a,ifast,f clever, two handed, boxer and;cfought bril1 iantly with a great variety of. blows Goddard lacked science ..and ,hac : lumbering methods. . V.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latôst Gailles CRICKET. Cambridge, Ashton retired hurt i o'/, C. Ashton b McDonald 5 ,Deg garc lbw Armstrong i's, Lowry c b McDonald 18, Hoke not out 2, Gibson lbw Armstrong i, Marriott stumped Oldfield b Armstrong o, sundries i6,_total 220. McDonald 5 for 46, A^p strong 2 lor 21, Ryder 1 for 33, Mailey none for 60. Australia, Bardsley run out », Mayne b Marriott 14, Macartney run out 20, Andrews lbw Doggarty 59. Ryder run out io, Pellew hot out 128 Armstrong not out 34, sundries 15 »total 5 for 282.

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THE NORTHERN STANDARD SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

THE NORTHERN STANDARD SATURDAY^ -JUNE 4, Í92iv Stand by the Fight, condemn the Wrong, not in a spirit of hostility < but that the evil may be changed I into good. - j

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 4 June 1921

We understand the Town Council deputation consisting, of Cr. " Pearse nhd Mr. Whittle '(Town Clerk), wailed upon the Minister: for Home ^.nd Territories oh Friday morning. "/The Minister received the deputation In á very cordial manner and all mat- hers ;on the agenda paper were thor- ? -Highly gone intbxand discussed.' It is anticipated thc Council will bene- fit generally as an outcome bf thc interview. / ;

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