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ROOF THIEF INTERRUPTED. BUT EFFECTS ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

ROOF THIEF INTERRUPTED. BUT EFFECTS ESCAPE. A roof climbing thief was inter- rupted in Sydney early on Friday morning in thc act of removing thc loft from a tobacconist's shop to the ground. He fled over thc roofs and escaped through a staylight.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
A BILL FOR £10,000. PAPER DEAL BY N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

A BILL FOR £10,000, . PAPER DEAL BY N.S.W. ! The New South Wales Govern j mcnt have . received an unexpected bill for £10,000 for paper ordered in England for the Government Printing Office in 1915. Thc whole order was fulfilled in a few big ship- ments and thc bills were the first Cabinet knew of it.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

I The Congress^ of the A.W.U., re- , cently held in Sydney, passed a reso- lution in favor of the teaching of Esperanto in all schools. President Wilson was recently of- fered 150,000 dollars for an article on any subject he might select. He refused on thc ground that np.article was worth such a sum. French University professors, until last year, were paid on a scale .un- altered since the days of Louis Phil- ippe. Their salaries were added to a lttlc last year but the increase was small. Even to-day the professor . with twenty five to thirty years' constant study behind him is less well paid than a shoeing farrier in the cavalry or a postman. Jewish immigrants are reach'"" Palestine at the rate of about 1000 a month. Those who do not find suitable occupation arc employed road making and land reclamation.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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BE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

BE FAIR. A complaint has been received at this office at thc action of the "Ra- jah" in reducing the black boys wages from £i, which he paid for a couple of weeks, to los. Surely thc "Rajah" can give his own color a fair deal even if he finds it imposs- ible to do the same thing by the whites.

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LIBERTY For All the People SUSTENANCE FUND TO ASSIST WIVES AND CHIL DREN OF MEN INTERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

LIBERTY For All the People SUSTENANCE -FUND TO ASSIST WIVES AND CrilL DREN OF MEN INTERNED. Cr. Caut .. ..loo H. üouidcr .. ..loo F. Cook .. ..loo D. O'Sullivan .. i o o Cr. Pearse .. .. loo D. Mckinnon ..loo A. McDonald .. i o o.. J. Campbell .. loo M. Dooley .. i o o J. Ramariez ..loo H. G. Nelson ..foo Ai H. Gibson .. i o o R. Anthony .. I o o F. Southwell ..loo D. Atkinson ..loo N. Madsen .. I o o J. Clancy .... I o o H. Hüffe .. ..loo F. Sutton ., ..loo D. Finlayson .. i o o'. 'Gordon Bros. .. o II 6 Tom Nelson .. o io o T. McGuire .. o io o M. McMillan .. o io o Mrs. Pearse .. o io o ( TR. Wilmore .. o io o 5J. W. Young; o io o Fred Thompson o io o E. Lee . . .. o io o R. T. Riley .. . . o io ô N. Edwards .. ..ooo ' Alf Hart .. .. 050 .JJ J. Hanson' .. .. 0 5 0 "A Sympathiser .. 050 P. Hickey .. .. 0 4 6 fG. McIntyre ..026 '}jock Nelson .. .. o .9 0 'Jack Johnson . .. o 2 o R Grey .. .. 020 J. Monge . '.. . . o 1 o ^iF.I-Johnson . ... .-'.:} ó of s S, Garvin ... .. o io o . J....

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NORWEGIAN GENERAL STRIKE. DECLARED OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

NORWEGIAN GENERAL STRIKE. DECLARED OFF. The Norwegian general strike has been declared off and the workers Ire Tettirnî«i«r. Mediation in con- fection with thc demands by sea- men, engineers. and transport I workers is progressing.

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DEFINITIONS. (Contributed). INDIAN JAP ALLIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

DEFINITIONS. (Contributed). - / INDIAN JAP ALLIANCE. A secret understanding betweer the Rajah and thc Mikado, in whicl . the latter receives freezing and pul concessions. j THE LAW, . j Roberts Emmett, Sinn Fein Bar i lister. I LIBERTY DEFENDERS. 1 Men who have the courage of . their convictions. I JAP j " The advocate of colored ' labor who fowls its own nest and signed itself Jap, and who advocates thc gaoling of anti-taxers and * get? caught on its own hook. "TEMPORARY. An impulse of thc "Master of ihc Hounds." I MINISTER, j (i) A person who tries to buy . popularity with beer, and (2) A cur . ate who preaches- on a subject he knows nothing about HEROINES. Women who are proud pf their ' husbands in gaol for defending their . liberty. FANNY BAY. The head quarters.of Liberty De : fenders. .... UNSATISFIED JÎ/ÔGMFNT SUMMONS. The last stage on thc rocky road to HONOUR. ;>r ; CONTEMPT OF COURT. A subterfuge by which conscient- ious objectors arc gaoled. COLD FOOTERS. ' Men who. are...

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ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. CANADA SUPPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. CANADA SUPPORTING. Thc Canadian Government is sup- porting the Anglo-Japanese Treaty, but opposing Imperial federation.

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SECOND TEST MATCH. AUSTRALIA'S COMMANDING POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

SECOND TEST MATCH. AUSTRALIA'S COMMANDING POSITION. Thc Second1 Test opened at Lord's on Saturday. Thc wicket was hard and fast. Fry, Hearne and Mead were unable to play for England. Fry, being unsatisfied vrith his pres- ent form requested to bc allowed to stand clown. Hearne is unwell and Mead injured. The places were fill : ed by Haig, Tennyson and Dipper. England won thc toss. Oldfield, Mayne, Ryder and Collin were dropped, "thc last mentioned through having injured his thumb. Following are the scores: England first innings. Knight, c Gregory î Armstrong 7, Dipper b McDonal'1 il,, Woolley st Carter b Mail ey 95 Hendrcn b McDonald nil, Don?1' McDonald 34, Evans b McDonald 4 Tennyson, st. Carter b Mailcy 5. Haiç, e Carter, b Mailcy 3. Parkin 1 Mailcy nil, Strudwick, c McDonald b Mailcy 8, Durston not out '6, sun- dries 14, Total 187. Bowling : Gregory 1 for 51, Mc- Donald 4 for 58, Armstrong 1 for 9. Mailey 4 for 55. Australia, .firsts pinnings, Andrews e Strudwick b Durston, 9, M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

The Beginning of the End CENSORSHIP FAILS. LEADER OF THE COUNTRY PARTY WORKING FOR PEOPLE. The following Urgent Telegrams have been dispatched and receiv- ed : Darwin, Friday 4.5 p.m. Acting Prime Minister, Federal Parliament House, Melbourne. Is there a political censorship in operation on all the press and pri- vate telegrams emanating from and to all ^parties in the Territory that *re advocating- Territory Franchise ?\nd general affairs. Even private urgent telegrams have been paid to oostal authorities to be repeated Sack from various Southern Capitals -»even days ago and no acknowledge« -nent so far. from the Postal Author- ities or'{rom the receivers yet. Gov- \ irnment contracting newspaper with .maller circulation can receive press colored comments. Darwin residents Save a'lively recollection of previous unjustified censorship. Hardie Gibson. Similar urgent telegrams were, lispatched at tho same time to: Tl? c Leader of the Country Party and tv. Leader of the Labor Party. Me...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

I Major and Mrs. Hogan entertain- ed the Commander and a party < officers {rom the Geranium at a din- ner at their residence on Saturday night last.

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DARWIN TOWN BAND. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

DARWIN TOWN BAND. (To the Editor). Sir,-Will you please allow me ' «pace in your columns to notify the general public that thc above band will not bc able to render their us- ual monthly programme this month on account of three of our players leaving Darwin. We hope in the near future to be able to carry on as usual and for the benefit of any players that may bc about, who would like to give s a lift onward, I might mention that wc have a few spare instruments, that are open to be taken up. Any information that players or intending players may re- quire re the above mentioned instru- ments can be had from the under- signed. H. ROBINSON.

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INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS OF s.s. MONTORO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

INFORMATION FOR PASSENG- ERS OF sj. MONTORO. Of late yesrs thc world has heard the cry of the "rights of small nat- ions." Passengers also will have a very vivid recolletion of "Why Eng- land went to war vith thc Boers. By you the people'of the Northern Ter- ritory of Australia - which territory eompf'ses one fifth cf the total area -send a mess&ge to the world. "Tell thc world that notwith- standing thc boasted Democracy oí the Australian Commonwealth a number of men have gone and doz- ens of men are going to prison iii Darwin, in defence of what is alleg« edly a British birthright-the fränch ise. The whole of the people livin tn one fifth* bf Australia have n< franchisé and no say in thc politic of the Commonwealth. They are 01 the same level as the native blacks They have no form of local Govern ment or Provincial Council. The; are' subjected to harsh taxation worse' than that imposed oh th American Colonies when part of th British .Empire, wjiich was the dh ec...

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A PROTEST. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

A PROTEST. (To thc Editor ) Sir,-In your eriticism of the Rev. Light's sermon, you made n remark that "the Bible can justify practically every known crime." ¡a; you evidently thought the statement so important you repeated it in ian other part of the paper, adding Uv words from "manslaughter to fan tan."' Now sir, this statement is false; and I challenge you to prc where you «an justify any crime ir teachings oi the Bible. I will just quote a few -verses. ; Galatians, $-0, "Now the works of the flesh j; manifest, which are these: Adular fornication, uncleanness, lascivious- ness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations; wrath, strife, seditions, heresies,' envyings, mur ders, drunkenness, revellings ., ?. such Hire; that they which do such things shall not inherit the kingdom of God." Now when I see suci formidable barricade as this. I wonder why you should make such an 'erroneous statement, and ¡tl1 conclusion I have come to is, that ¡ you do not know the bible, and ho- ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

M. & D. McMillan, r GARAGE ON «ALL CARS GAY OR NIGHT. Competent Driver». U»-te-Date Cars. BILLIARDS Two First-class Tables .ame Address CAVENAGH STREET, Telephone 3* R. Farrar & Solis N. Smith Ntrtet, Darwin GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS AND CARRIERS. MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIGHT. THREE CARS, Competent and Cartful Drivers. Two Lorries aad Piano Cat GOODS DELIVERED ANYWHERE Telephone 5* UP-TO-DATE GARAGE CAVENAGH STMjàT. DARWIN. \ (Tou^eltt't 0»TB«).^_. R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. Ring Telephone, ii and . yo«, can fteûaà OM Proreirt and Reliable Ser- vice. This is nat Bra»-it is say- ing just what a man knows ; and your way to »rove it is A TSÎAL. At your 3*»"«'»* ...f »r,aig»t BERT PIKE, Near the Terminus Hotel. HAIRDRESSER & TOBACCONIST Cavenagh Street, Darwin. First-Clan* Billiard Table. Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, Toilet Requisites and Perfumery. A Good Assortment of Magasines and Cheap Novela Communicates with Hobart J Telephone No 00. I Imperial Cafe QBE...

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BEHIND THE BARS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

I BEHIND THE BARS. | Sunset and evening star | And one clear call-"Coo-ee!" J And may there be no rousing at tlc bar, . '% When John Hop calls for nie. if At such a time when justice seeJjs asleep» ' f And every verdict proves the ta% an ass,' \ Its hard-to bear the jibles of thing? that creep \ And out-Judas Judas! Let angels weep at sermons each Sunday. From parish chaplain preaching for, daily bread. , Let those who snit it chooiè the co- wards way, The harder track 111 tread When Jacob in biblical days of ni»' Played dirty confidence trick so well; And Esau for some soup his birth- right sold He then had\>ne to sell. For tho' from out our bourne of time and place, f The law must play its farce. IH share, the task my comrades have to face Behind the prison bars. ..' \ Twilight and evening bel1,\ And after that the gloom. There is .no sadness in the patriot s cell. Or dishonor in his doom. CONVICT 13. Darwin, 13. 6. 1921.

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LABOR EDITOR BARRED FROM ENGLAND. ANOTHER LABOR EDITOR NOT ALLOWED ON BRITISH SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

LABOR EDITOR BARRED FROM ENGLAND. ANOTHER LABOR EDITOR NOT ALLOWED ON, BRITISH SOIL. Two river steamers crowded to the rails with clothing , workers greeted Joseph Schlossberg, general Secretary of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers, who was return- ing after a four months trip.- through Europe.. Schlossberg, in an address at a banquet in his honor, made ; a: pas- sionate plea to labor to save itself from the dangers which threaten from the reactionary elements striving to control the world. The union, official, for an unex- plained reason was prevented, from entering England to sail from South- ampton. When he arrived at Dover and gave his name to the immigrant agent, he was informed that he would not be. allowed to land. Is the hand : of the agent finé- a-type- written slip on which he recognised his own name, but no inkling was given of reasons for debarring him The only hint that was dropped wa: the question of one of the Britist officials: ' "You're editor of Advance are you not?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

The War for Enfranchisement   The following document was pre- pared and completed on Saturday, and forwarded to the Authorities on Monday morning : PETITION TO TAXATION AUTHORITIES.     Darwin, June 4th, 1921. Seeing that we the undersigned have no intention of paying taxes till such times as our birthrights are restored, we demand (1) Thc immediate release of the Martyrs now interned. (2) Failing No. 1 then we de- mand that the Government do its duty (in accordance with its tyrannical laws) and issue summonses to the un- dersigned without delay. Alf. Hart , ' . -** . S.Gorman . ^jjjJÄä Fred. Thompson ¡i W.'Gordon 1 i[ ;jjf -3 jg j W. McMillan ^¿^£$11 Mrs. R. G. Ardill .'f ii : j çv F. Cook v ..ïsaVr» Mrs. J. Cook ; .. D. Gordon '*}. 7 J. Gordon VSH^ifS . Mrs. H. G. Nelson j£ '.^ Miss T. Nelson \. :\ Miss D. Croft >.-. ' YM Miss E. Styles | %jTí¥g: Miss M .Styles *K A. Finniss . * f^pp** j. den- ? .> v^W^ F. Remariez ' V? ^V?*'' R. F; Ant...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

AUCTION SALE. SATURDAY, JUNE 25th, at 2..30 H. E. GRIBBON. Has received instructions ' from H. E' Cook, Postmaster to 'sell the whole of his valuable furniture. Bed Room Suite, Oak Bedstead, Ice Chest, etc. H. GRIBBON, Auctioneer. NORTH AUSTRALIAN; IHDUST RIAL UNION» Nominations are hereby called tor thc following* positions on the N.A.I.U. : PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESID- ENT, TREASURER AND SECRETARY. All nominations must be accom- panied! with names of Proposer and Seconder and certified by the Sec- retary of thc Section that the nominee is a duly qualified member. Nomi.mticns close at the Standard Newspaper Office at noon on Satur- day, 2nd July, 1921. In the event of more than one j nomination for each position a sec- ' ret ballot will be held to determine . successful nominee. . By Order Provision Council N.T.I.Ú. j HARDIE GIBSON, ! ~ Returning Oficer. OVERSEAS CLUB. (Darwin Branch.) TOWN HALL» FRIDAY. JUNE 17th, at 8 p.m. _ - ¿j .? - An address on "Some Impressions of a World Trip" w...

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LOCAL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 June 1921

LOCAL CRICKET. À return match was played on Saturday afternoon last between a local team and a team from thc Ger- anium. The local lads again proving too formidable for their opponents defeating the sailors by 186 runs. Tho most outstanding feature of thc game was the smart wicketkeeping by Marks of the Geranium. Following are the scores : GERANIUM-ist Innings. Sutcliffe b Godfrey . ¿ Levy c Grenier b Godfrey ii Tate b Conlin . 7 Marchant run out . o Walmsley b Conlin . o Marks, c Conlin b Arnold. 19 Lord b Cracknell. \ ffütíhinsor.' b Flemi-.g .. .. Nicholls c and b Arn obi .. .. Read b 'Fleming . 1 Mew not out. < Sundries . * 5 " "* ' ' Total gt Bowling : Godtr** 2 ior i«: Jon- j lin two fe: 15; CratW'cH 1 io it; -, Arnold 2 fer 16': Fleming . 2 - for ": j Lampero for 5; Tootill o for i.' I DARWIN-ist Innings. W;VMcMii!in b Sutcliffe .. .. U Arnolù b Sutcliffe; ... .>, v.; 19} Lamperb Lord V .. '.. .'. - 51 Godfrey retired ... 52 Conlin retired . 43 Tootill c Marks b...

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