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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
:CRICKET! . ;): "i Following are the particulars . of I che match played on Saturday : Godfrey's Team, first innings. v Widdy, b D. McMillan, p; McMillan'' c Conlin, b Stanley, 5 ; Quigley, c and b Stanley, 9 ; Maxwell, c D. Mc- Millan, b Stanley, 1 ; Nutter, b v D.'McMillan, 17; Godfrey, b Conlin, 22; Finnis, b Scott, JI ; Nelson, "-fb Ramariez, o ; Ward, not out,- 3 ; Cracknell, b Conlin, 22 ; Croft, b Ramariez, 9 ;x Lee, b Ramariez, 7 ; Sundries, 5 ; Total 121. Bowling-D. McMillan 2 wickets fot 21 ; Stanley 3 for 21 ; Conlin 2 for 9, Scott j for l8 ; Ramariez 3Afp/ 6. Conlin's Team -Stanley, b W cM- ^ Millan 8 ; Stretton, b Cracknell o,-;|£ Dempsey, b Cracknell, o ; Brown- c and b Ward, 8, Scott, c W McMil- lan, b Nutter, or; Conlin, not out, 42; D McMillan, run out 24; Southwell b Nutter, 1 ; sMousher, b Godfrey 7 ; Ramariez, c Nutter, b «.Ward, 4 ; Sun- ' dries io ; Total c7 Bowling : Cracknell 2 for io, Ward¿ 2 for 12 ; W McMillan I, for 18, - Godfrey j for 15 ; Nutter 2 for^a...
DEPARTURE OF MISS COOK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
DEPARTURE OF MISS COOK. ^ Miss Florence Cook left by the Mataram yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Cook and Miss Trissie Cook intend Joining her in Adelaide next month, travelling by the Montoro. Before the year is out 'Miss Cook is to be «harrlëfl to'Mr. Harryr Gunner who Was-stationed here in the BAT. Hie*satisfactory sum placed in Miss Cook's fair and capable hands by Mr. Kelsey at.the Methodist Social is to be devoted to something sup- plementary in the new home now be- ing lovinerlv prepared by the^ young couple. They will preserve many kindly memories 'of the Territory. We understand that they lived not lar from ' each other in the ' South Australian capital but had to become war« of each other's existence by making the circuit to' distant Dar n»în. whjch is therefore shown to h*ve its tv« &lt;-*iarc of romance if not "*f the f-anchise.
Exit Minister Poynton UNPRECEDENTED SCENE ON DARWIN WHARF. COUNTER DEMONSTRATION BY ADMINISTRATOR AND A FEW CIVIL SERVANTS AND PASSENGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
Exit Minister Poynton UNPRECEDENTED SCENE ON DARWIN WHARF. COUNTER DEMONSTRATION , BY ADMINISTRATOR AND A FEW CIVIL SERVANTS AND PASSENGERS. j Minister Poynton left Darwin on ' s.S! Mataram on Monday afternoon j Fully five hundred people assembled on the wharf to show their contempt for the representative of the Crown. The residents had draped a huge poster with red ribbon, the wording, of which in 3m letters read: "Liber- ate those men, whose only crime is defending your birthright. Chains and slavery never made a nation." This was placed in a conspicuous position Tin the wharf. Many of the passengers from the East took pho- tographs of it. The Government had evidently anticipated trouble the gunboat, »Geranium being alongside the wharf, having arrived the day previously. At 6 p.m. the lines were let go and then hundreds of voices were raised in the singing of the Red Flag., The Administrator, be* side himself with rage, immediately struck up God Save the King, a few Civil Servants...
Latest Telegrams THE LATE J. PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
Ltist T&!3¿r&ms THE LATE J. PAGE. ' . James .Cage, member for Maranoa, in the House of Representatives, j died in h:s sleep early on' Friday ¡ morning. On ! the previous evening he¡ took an active part in the pro I ceedings in the House. In conse , quence of his death the House was ¡adjourned till Tuesday. Mr^Pagc re-, presented Maranoa/in T the Labor in ! terests since the inception of Federar tion. _ He was sixty-one years of age.
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables EUROPEAN SITUATION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
L atest News ; by1* Cab le a rïd Telegraph Latest Salies / '' ' EUROPEAN SITUATION -. * I Speaking in the , Reichstagg the Chanceilor, Herr Wirth outlined in.: future policy of Germany which ( is chrystalised into a formula for un- derstanding, reconstruction and rec- onciliation. He gave the assurai.il ' that Germany would do its utmost to-fulfil every detail of its undertak- ings entered into. The Government had taken action regarding Bavarian disbandment. Germany's "economic situation is very serious and new tax- ation was essential. It was neces- sary to further restrict imports and make German soil more productive.' Wirth acknowledged that the Brit- ish and Italians acted fairly through- out the Silesian difficulty but strong- ly criticised the French whose troops fraternised with Polish insurgents. i -> ' \
CRICKET, [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
CRICKET, ~Á Pcllew b Marriott 146, Armstrong c Chapman b Gibson 34, Hendry b Marriott 24, Oldfield b Doggart 32, McDonald b Doggart o, Mailey not out 2, sundries 20, total 362. Marriott 3 for 146, Doggart 3 for 73- ' "" Cambridge, "second innings, Hill- wood^ c Mayne b Mailey, 38, Bryan c and b Mailey 16, G. Ashton stump- ed Oldfield b- Mailey ii, Hope stumped Oldfield b Mailey 3, Chap- man b Ryder 20, Doggart stumped Oldfield b Mailey o, Lowry b Ryder »I, C. Ashton not out 34, H. Ashton, absent, Marriott, c Hendry, b Mail- ey, nil, Gibson b Mailey 8, sundries 2, total 128. ' ' 7 ?*?* 'j Bowling, Mailey 7 for sf* Ryder 2 for'25. r "' ' ' s Australia won by an innings and [14 runs. K ' "" The following seven men have been I chosen to'represent England in the second test at Lords on June nth to 14th: Douglas (Essex), Curtain. Hobbs (Surrey)) Herne (Middlesex^ Knight (Surrey), Hendren (Middle- I .«»-O. Woolley (Kent), Durston | (Middlesex). I The Australians begin a match j against Mid...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
CRICKET. The following team will represent Darwin in a match against the crew of the Geranium on the Oval this afternoon: Marsh, Hawk, Conlin, Godfrey, Lampe, Young, Cracknell, W. McMillan, D. McMillan, Fleming Quigley, Nutter, Southwell. After the match the town team will enter- tain the visitors to a dinner at the Australian Cafe.
NATIVES SING A DUET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
NATIVES SING A DUET. The two native teachers on .South Goulburn Island took part in the service at the Methodist Church on Sunday evening by singing a duet in cher own language-bass and tenor. The large congregation esteemed the effort as a triumph of the Gos oel in the veneration of * human. .hearts in the mission fields, and the tonsequent desire to impart the knowledge unto others. On reach ' ng Thursday Island by the Matar» ''~m, Yoram and Matasia will assist 'he Rev. Mr. Jcnison to bring over ïhe ketch recently purchased (with auxiliary engine and power) for communication purposes, Goulburn Islands, Crocodile Islands and sup- ply bases. - ' '
The People Accept the Challenge Big Public Meeting of Protest SUPPORT FOR IMPRISONED MEN Large and Enthusiastic Gathering [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
-- \ The People Accept the Challenge, Big Public Meeting of Protest "SUPPORT FOR IMPRISONED MEN Large and Enthusiastic Gathering The largest crowd ever seen at a public meeting in Darwin for many years assembled at the Town Hall on Saturday night last to denounce the action of the Government in sending three citizens to prison for defending their birthrights. There was a large attendance of ladies and many people were unable to gain ad- mission. The Mayor was voted to the chair. , The Chairman on rising to speak said they were all aware of the cal- amity that had befallen three of our most estimable citizens. They were now imprisoned by the Hughes Go- vernment of 1021 foiCdefending their birthright. (At this stage someone in the audience called 'for three cheers for the men in gaol, which were heartily given). We all know the promise we had got from them that the first thing they would do was grant us representation. Mr. Poynton was one of the men who also made that promise and we n...
LIBERTY For All the People SUSTENANCE FUND TO ASSIST WIVES AND CHILDREN OF MEN INTERNED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
LIBERTY For Allthe People &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; SUSTENANCE FUND &nbsp; TO ASSIST WIVES AND CHIL- DREN OF MEN INTERNED. ' *. ., VC Cr. Cant H Goulder . F. Cook D. O'sullivan &lt;* Cr. Pearse b. McKfnnbn ' A. McDonald" J. Campbell M. Dooley J. Ramariez H. G. Nelson A. H. (Gibson R. Anthony F. Southwell D. Atkinson N. Madsen J. Clancy H.~ llliffe 4 J. Suttor D. Finlayson Gordon "Bros/ Tom Nelson T. McGuire/ M. McMillan Mrs. * Pearse R. Wilmore -? . J. W. Young V Fred Thompson E. Lee R. T. Riley N. Edwards Alf Hart, J. J.)Hanson "A^Sympathiser P. Hickey G. Mcintyre Jock» Nelson . Jack Johnson R. Grey J. Monge F. Johnson S. Garvín . i o -o loo ixo o loo o^ &lt;r o frt o o». o o Jl VI - í v« I I/O o loo loo IOO I o I O y \ I o o o o t. I o I o I o i ~b I o O II O'IO O IO O IO O IO O IO O IO) o O IO o O IO o O IO o o 6 o I 050 050 o S o 4 0^2 O 9 O 2 O 2 0 I 1 O O IO J Kennedy (per month) 2 o W. Wright .. ..20 Miss Wilson ..11 W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
HX *** I1 (ESTABLISHED 1883.) SHIPPINd^STATiON, INSURANCE and GENERAL eOMMÎISSlÔN AGENTS w CÔWÎËR ÖF SÉTH ÄNK ¿BENNETT STREETS A Large and Varied Assortment of GROCERIES, DRAPERY' - -??? BOOTS and SHOES, Harness and other Leather Goods MINING TOOLS, CANVAS, , ROOPES, etc., etc. Always on Hand yr.-r-.-'-.-'jA.-. Fresh Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., Arriving by Every Boat A. E. JOLLY & Coy., r The Corner Store - The ^Orove Hill Sawmills " f .* . _ LUCY & O'SHEA, Prop. Arc now prepared to Supply the Jiblie t with CYPRESS PINE or HARDWOODS sawn to any sizes. 5 Waggon and Buggy Timbers cut .nd dressed to all sizes " v LUCY AND O'SHEA, GROVE HILL. A.W,U. Boarding K UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE. Old A 3d-ess : Corner PEEL and J V MITCHELL STREETS Good Me: Is-Good Beds-Good Attention-Moderate Charges TRIAL SOLICITED. , Uh'Ci Labor only Employed. * '" Mrs. E. E PEARSE, Proprietress. Notice. T^o whom it may Concetti. Any person depositing garbage at A Garbage Depot, near B...
DEMONSTRATION AT THE GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
DEMONSTRATION ÄT^TH^;; -.., -Vu-'- GAOL.V ^Í¡'"M^ A large gathering pfc^ the public^ took place-in front of Fanny Bayt j?aol on Sunday afternoon, when the ' Darwin Town Band^' çendercd^ a number of selections, including* the' Marseillaise, and the audience fsang the "Red Flag." The gaol authori-i ties rourteourl,r accommodated t.the , band in a suitable xshady location' within the outer precincts, but"* the î &lt;*r&lt;T d had to remain^outside. Ther*5, were no speeches, but there was much enthusiasm, and the prisoners* ^ hearts must have rejoited at what* 'hey,, lizard, if they could not,. seeV \rr Nelson led' the' sinprint? of the* "Red* Flap:" the audience, towhonj^ the song was comparatively n«-w, ~ 'oinincr in tho rhorus The following Te the ~ complete words ^ of> this - song: N ' * iV: *' Air: \^ " * Words by¿x. "My Maryland." Jim, Connell '-'// The people's flag is deepest red, It shrouded oft our martyred'-dead ;? ' And'ere their limbs grew stiff .and v. c...
KEEPING "HOLY CAUSE" ALIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
KEELING "HOLY CAÜsTfi'^ ALIVE. ,- -""v ^1 > . -I, . One reason why cables corne~ lrora. -urope every7le\v uays-aiiiipunciûg ' wat "Lenin ha^ bt.cn ^O^^ÁX^Í^ " -ted Ot diScaaC, it.ll t t-ix-.C^iW i^'.L'S: ,oie than'a it-w u^u^J, ' ...,s_ h * sunter revolutions, is louiiü L> ""SJSL. .et that ' the~icaciicnaiy cw&lt;u.. evolutionists nave a secin. \hí.:'c:.l \ .ant' somewhere near Ute u^iblï,** *nd periodically issue ^ co.uineric:,v^ upies of Pravada, one of the ahiihi >ovict organs of Moscow, wh.ci.al*- , u contain" other^ fantastic nánativ..?. - .'hese papers are sent to- press 'as--_ ociations which in. turn'spread ^the,. /news" broadcast and "neîps the rea- ctionary conspirators to gather*-« urthcr funds to keep their -, "holy ' ause" alive and kicking. ~" - x
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
À summons was issued on Mon- day by Mr. N. W. Barratt on behalt of .Harold George -Nelson of 'Dar- win, against Frederick Charles Urquhart, Administrator-of the N. T. for alleged assault The Mataram arrived from Singa- pore on; Monday morning. - The ' Geranium is also again in port,- and will remain till the Mon loro arrives from the South. Minister Povi&tn and party left i by the Mat? \vn yes erdaf for P. pua 'ia Thùrsda* *s*and _ 1 The Tennis Club's excellent an , nnal dance^evnruated in the Town j Hall last evening, report of which is held over till next -issue' through pressure on our space. " The Mataram cleared the wharf soon after six o'clock, and/the-Min ister must have been thinking very hard as the outlines of Darwin re- ceded from his gaze in. the gather ! ing darkness. - - |
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 June 1921
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