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The Honor Roll Grows Six More Martys Sent to Fanny Bay (Full Jurisdiction). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
The Honor Roll Grows Six More Martys Sent to j Fanny Bay j (Full Jurisdiction). In the Local "Court on "Thursday morning before Mr. Hogan and Messrs. McKcddTc and Edwards J.J.s P.. The Commissioner of Taxation proceeded against Clarence Presley for ¿22 i8s 7d. Mr. Barratt appeared for the Commissioner. Clarence Presley deposed : He had 'not done.any work since April last | He last worked at the Bond and ear- ned £5 los. previous to this he had not worked for 20 months. He had I nb property. He lived with his >crple. He had no money in the bank. He had been in the hospital :n Sydney and Melbourne.. Adjourn- ed till August 18th: &lt;v (Limited Jurisdiction). (Before Mr.. Hogan, S.M.) Commissioner of Taxation versus Ernest Charles. Rogers. Mr. Robert 1 appeared for the Commissioner.. Ernest Charles Rogers deposed he had £35 in the bank. Mr. Roberts i.sked for imprisonment. Ordered 2$ days. Commissioner of Taxation versus Robert Munro Balding. Defendant stated since 6th June ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
The Grove Hill Sawmills LUCY & O'SHEA, Prop. Are now prepared to Supply the Public with CYPRESS PINE or HARDWOODS sawn to any sizes. Waggon'and Buggy Timbers' cut Hid dressed to all sizes LUCY AND O'SHEA. I GROVE HILL. FAJNNTB BAY WOOD DEPOT: Shirley j Miles, Jnr. L1C£N*HD CARR EC, FURNITURE REMOVER, , TIMBLR GETTER & GENIAL CONTRACTOR PROMPT DELIVERY. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED i - i Telephone No. i HULLO ! Still in the Running and going strox.g after 1 Sjx Years ' , ANDY CANT «iNKKAL CARRIER. WOOD ¡STfcELT, DARWIN I II ' m i - ..??« ' &lt; \ A Call at any tim« is always Wclcon* c and rcctived with all civility andT" Prompt Attention. Phone No. 7I WING CHEOÑU SING & CO., Tailors arid Outfitters BENNETT STREET, DARWIN. ' Clothing made to Order > at Reasonable Chargea. Quality and Style Guarantee*. All Kindt tf European Goods'on Hand. A Large, Supply el Chinese Silk in Stock«. Telephone No. ic, ?* atHshed tit*. Man Fong Lau & Co. CAVENAGH STREE...
COMING AUCTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
COMING AUCTIONS, Mrl*D. N. Hawke announces in this issue that he will sell at Brown's Mart a quantity of furniture fittings; tables, ice -,chests, galvanised Iron, etc., etc. on Saturday afternoon I next, i8lh instant at 2.30 p.m. ! Mr. H. Gribbon will sell by auction on Saturday, June 25th, the whole of the valuable furniture of Mr. Cooke, Posfrflaster- who* is*'leaving for the south next month.
SHIPPING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
SHIPPING NOTES. j Jone 13th. Montero fron Sydney, via ports. Passengers: Mesdames Barratt and infant, Braham, Clark.. Coudie and children, McHugh and ¿children, Kelsey and son, Miss Keogh, Messrs. W. ^Donnelly, Gond- le, V..H. Miller, E. Miller^ J. Uren, J. M. Young, J. C. Jeanison, Con- nolly, Donohue,. Hennessey, G M. Keys, Keogh, Laughman. Titley, Sharplcy, W. Willox, Bloomquast, Lieut. Carse, Wolsey, Williams, C R. Williams, B. Cagogan, M. Shob ! cr and 7 Chinese. |
MORE ORDINANCES. GOVERNMENT IN THE DARK. THE "AGE" GUESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
MORE ORDINANCES. GOVERNMENT IN THÇ DARK. THE "AGE" GUESSING. A Special issue of the Government "Gazette" has been published pro- claiming by ordinance that members of the Municipal Council of Darwin also the town auditor, shall continue to held office till September 30. A new council assumes office on Octo- ber T. This has been done on, in- structions from Darwin. The inner meaning of the postponment is not known in Melbourne. The "Age" states that perhaps it is considered undesirable to have an election while the temper of the people of Darwin remains as at present. Possibly Pojnton in con- sequence of his recent visit is con- templating a change in the method of municipal administration. Mean- time the authority oi the Council in the matter of imposing taxes has been curtailed. Hitherto the local erovcrning body had the right to fix a general rate up to a limit of 2s in the £. The maximum general rate is now fixed at is in the £. * 1
STANIFORTH SMITH'S ANNUAL REPORT. ADOPTED BY PARLIAMENT ABUNDANT PRAISE FOR TERRITORY NEED FOR DEVELOPMENT "REGISTER'S" COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
STANIFORTH SMITH'S AN- NUAL REPORT. ADOPTED BY PARLIAMENT ABUNDANT PRAISE FOR TER- RITORY NEED FOR DEVELOPMENT '. "REGISTER'S" COMMENT. Staniforth Smith's Annual report on the Northern. Territory has been presented to the Federal Parliament and adopted, A note' of optimism runs through his report and he maintains that when Vestey's meat- works re-opens the Territory will again become prosperous. Mr. Smith resented the taunts hurled at the Darwin workers ' by ' misinformed people. The allegations I of Bolshevism, I.W.W.'s and' anan chists were refuted by the record of enlistments which were larger in per. centage than in any other part of Australia. The people subscribed more per capita to the Red Cross Fund, carried conscription on each occasion and erected a magnificent monument in Darwin to fallen com- rades. The Territory is remarkably free from serious crime and Territoriáns were a most law abiding people, ' which attitude is attributed to a pledge given by the Prime Minister to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
' Â. E. JOLLY ?r Coy. (ESTABLISHED 1883.) General Merchants & Importers SHIPPING. STATION, INSURANCE and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS L 1 U CORNER OF SMITH AND BENNETT STREETS A Large and Varied Assortment of GROCERIES, DRAPERY' BOOTS and SHOES, > Harness and other Leather Goods MINING TOOLS, CANVAS, KOPES, etc., etc. Always on Hand Fresh Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., riving by Every Boat i * * M « _ . »flinn ti !*?.«?« A, ' t ; A. F JOLLY & Coy., The Corner Store
PRICES COMING DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
PRICES COMING DOWN. Mr. E. W. Pearse received a con- signment of butter per Montoro which he is now selling at as 6d per pound. During Mr. Bert Pike's sojourn at Fanny Bay as a guest of His Ma« jesty, for at days his hairdressing and tobacconist business will be car- ried on under the able management ¡of Mr. William Burke. A compet- ent white tonsorial artist considered second to none will look after the hairdressing department and clients will still receive the cordial welcome which has always been extended to them. A .full patronage is expected.
CENSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
CENSOR. ; "."Acting*" Prime Minister^Gook-iftU formed Gregory in the House of Rb oresentatives that there was no truth in the allegation respecting the cen- sorship of letters and telegrams from Darwin. The Acting Prime Minister described it as a figment of imagination. *
TERRITORY TAXATION. THE TRUTH WILL OUT. EXPOSURE BY SYDNEY DAILY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
TERRITORY TAXATION. THE' TRUTH WILL OUT. EXPOSURE BY SYDNEY DAILY The Sydney.,"Morning, Herald" re-' ferring to the refusal of residents of, Darwin to pay Income Tax states Poynton can hardly avoid, a confes- sion of. allegiance to such- sacred democratic principle as no taxation without representation. It is fairly well-known secret that the Minister /s in sympathy with the Darwin protest. Since, the Territory lost it¿ status through being taken over by the Commonwealth it had- been go- verned with absolute neglect. Re- sidents injured feelings" îhere hod been because there was nobody in Parliament to remind the Govern- ment that the Territory was on the nap. It had became an axiom with he Government that the work was too heavy while 'Parliament was in Sessions to permit of attention be- ing given to affairs of this little known dependency. Darwin people I want a representative without a vote if needs must, so that a voice may be raised in reminding Ministers of a declared policy t...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921
CRICKET. The Australians started a match .¡riinst a Hampshire Eleven on Wednesday. Vustral'a, first innings: Andrews c. *?emmam b Newman 20; Bardsley : Fry b Mead 200; Macartney r 'vcmmant b Tennyson T05; Pellew 'W Ranimant 18; Taylor not out ""ii 36; sundries 17. Total 4 for 405.