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AUSTRALIA WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

AUSTRALIA WINS. England all out in the second inn- ings for 283. Tennyson not out 74'; Strudwick b Gregory 12; Durston b Gregory 2; sundries 12. Bowling: Gregory 4 for 74; McDon- ald 4. for .89; Mailey 2 for 72. Australia, second innings. Bards- ley not put 63; Andrews lbw Parkin 49; Macartney b Durston 8; Pellew not out .5; sundries 6. Total 2 for 131. Australia won by 8 wickets.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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LIQUOR TRADE WITHDRAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

LIQUOR TRADE WITHDRAWS. The. Liquor Trades Union decided j to withdraw its affiliation. from ' the Sydney Trades and. Labor Coun- cil owing to a resolution, favoring j prohibition having been passed by ' that body. ... I

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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COMIC OPERA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

COMIC OPERA: Ryan askêd the state its position Cook: "We will (Laughter). Government to in the matter, think it over."

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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WHY I BELIEVE IN A WHITE AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

WHY iíBELIEVE INA WHITE AUSTRALIA. By J. P. Johnson. The writer of the following article is a Londoner who has spent most of his life in South Africa, on which Dominion/ r he has written many - books, notably "Mineral Industry of Rhodesia" ^ j and "Archaeological Notes ort Oranjia.' Wc hope other Members; especially those residing in the Northern Territory, will send in their A views on the important problerh which Mr. Johnson discuss r--^djtor MOverseas" Journal. , ïn ' recording my belief in tV vdv»^ Australia policy I wish t*" mile» *f n^in that I am not an Aus- trian thouffh I hope to end mv Vivs itl 'that glorious country. I «":»s bom arid spent my youth in London, and have only been con- nected j* with Australia durine the last few years. My manhood has been spent in South Africa, which is climaticallv similar to Australia -and where I have had an opportun- ity to judge of the advantages or dis^dvmtages of colored labor. I am .»rejudiced only to this extent; that I am a great ...

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UNEMPLOYMENT IN ENGLAND 3,756,000 WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

UNEMPLOYMENT IN ENGLAND 3,756sooo WORKERS. The fn^rmóms extent "of unemplnv ;.».«? in Drittln is frvealfd by offic y*1 frtriirr«! last we>k. which sTi'-nv '»W-rotfqno people are werktest including, r,6oo,ecb miners.

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STILL ANOTHER CHANCE FOR THE RAJAH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

STILL ANOTHER CHANCE FOR THE RAJAH. An English'paper says: The dis« gruntled few who did not obtain the O.B.E. have a chance, by the expen- diture of a mere £75, of ' obtaining an even more high-sounding- distiu* ction - that of a Count of San Mar« ino, the little Republic for which William Le Queux is British Consul. This.title of nobility.' according, tb a¿ Sheffield man who has just «turned from San Marino without one, is be- ing sold to- tourists for the benefit of the local .hospital

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THAT £100 GIFT. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

THAT ¿roo GIFT. (To the Editor). j Sir,-In your paper of nth June is Published a statement that the Pine ><rek ~ Patriotic League had donated ¿loo to the Returned Soldiers Im- ' >erial League 44for the purpose of 'dub buildings in Darwin." May I isk on what authority the "Pine >cek and District Patriotic Leauge' -I know of no other Patriotic Lea- gue at Pine Creek-made this dona- tion ? As a subscriber to the funds if this League from its inception .ill the determination of subscrip- tions I know that' the funds were to ' le used solely for the "RELIEF OF SICK AND WOUNDED SOL- DIERS, THEIR DEPENDENTS \ND THE . DEPENDENTS OF HEROIC DEAD." Departure from ?his condition is a gross breach of "aith with subscribers and wholly un- warranted. Further, why has not he P.C. and D.P:L. from time io ime published a balance sheet" as 'as its wires. ' The. hon. sec.,, Mrs. '. 'essie Cameron Schunke hîrs- devot- ed much time and labor to the le?pue *'nd was once a stickler for ...

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SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Herbert.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

SUPREME COURT. CRIMINAL SITTINGS, j Before His Honor Mr. Justice HerDcrt). The Criminal settings of the ¡Su- preme Court ^commenced 'on June;; v: 14^ before His Honor Mr. Justice ??.: fiwbwtl "'.' -;" %¡ I [, :'.. ' Mr. ./Roberts appeared as Crotan - Prosecu|9r. r . r '? \ Archibald Giles; à ' coloredm^n, , 5vai( charged with unlawfully sláyinrr, .'.one" possum an aboriginal on ïjth",. - da& bf^Marchj !io2¡ /at "Redbanlc Sta .r tio«¿* íífrrtlta .% í f. Accused plëàded'Viiot guilty; ' ¡ v:% 'T/vMf.r ?fiarratt appeared; for the fe > ^fgnce.v / \ ? \ >;;? The ioliójlíinjr.'.'j«t^^|{^rapan4|^ * *d.,.> Harold4 Tootiij,; ;|&n. / .fT|fdii .'- ^radwiclç^'^ '?i: loc>¿ H^oidL^îfcrbert^ Whittle^* drew Thompson, George Háfytf! t 5ai^4Albërt^Woods Hfdrènwt0£À1- : - lariP Allwrights Fefdinâjnd.í, Frtdénprv; ;;.-Bèi)teWxi-' *'?:.'.; -.-...- -° r^M ^ .......Mr. mfcerts briefly . outlined "'the. t » casW.(ip?qiiVGfb*niu - ; - ia .* j ' t....Coifitablé'^Sniythe;,-Utatíotif...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

?Up--y-ww>w»^WW|^1^' FREEDOM FRATERNITY! FAIR PLAY

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POLICE COURT. Saturday, June 11th before the S.M. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

POLICE COURT. Saturday, June nth before the S.M. . At the Police Court on Saturday, June nth, before Mr. Hogan S.M., the adjourned case in which Frank de la Ware was charged with unlaw- fully having in his possession one opal ring which may reasonably sus- pected of having been unlawfully obtained was proceeded ' with. Sergeant Burt prosecuted and ac- cused was undefended. Frank Atkinson,' an employee of the Darwin Town Council, deposed he knew the ring produced. It was his ring . The ring is an opal ring, 15 carat gold. He bought it from I Gribbon about last August. The ring disappeared off his table some time in September. He did not see the rim? again until the 25th May last. I \ mnn named Compremeis was wear- | in g it. On 31st May in company with Constable Walker he again saw the ring. He did not sell the . rinsr to anyone nor pive anyone pulhority to tike it. He identified ?^c* rW as his property. Defendant declined to ross-exam-i ino the witness. Neil Madsen, laborer residing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

M. & D. McMillan, ,, GARAGE 0!í GALL' CARS BAY OR NI6HT. ., Competent Drivers. Up-to-Datc Cars. BILLIARDS T*J First-Class tables, Same Address^- ' CAVENAGH STREET, . /Teltphane 3». FARRAR & Sons Smith ^trtet. Darwin GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS AMD CARRIERS. MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIGHT" THREE CARS. Getopften t and Careful Drivers. Two Lorries and Plan« Cart * GOODS DELIVERED ANYWHERE T» I«thone co. CAVENAGH 3TEERT. DARWIN. (Toupein's Corner). R. R/BUDGEN, Proprietor. Ring Telephone 61 and you can IKMind on Pram&t and Reliable Ser- vice. This is not Brag-it is say- ing just what a man knows ; aiíá your wav to »rove it is ki ^dur JP-*^» Day or night -? BERT PIKE, Near the Terminus Hotel. HAIRDRESSERS TOBACCONIST dav«nash Street, Darwin. I First-Okas Billiard Table. , Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes^. Toilet Requisite^ and Perlymery. ' A Goc& Assortment of , ^Magazines amJ'Çheap Novels ConimMmc.itrs with Hobart Telephone No QO. ', _ * Imperial Cafe OEEFON...

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A LAST SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

A LAST SHOT. - . I To-day we fellow the lead of the PROTO MARTYRS. We take the step after full and mature reflection, knowing that it is the only course to steer if wc wish to. retain our man- hood and preserve the rights of the 3'bungcr and weaker of our kin. We heed not the jibes and sneers, of the v/cak-kneed, vacillitating, chapfallen centipedes, who advocates CES- SION. Any old dead fish can drift with the tide of political oppression, but it takes a live one to battle ag- ainst it. These anti-franchise. ces ¡ sionist will ask you when we. are I behind the prison bars " What's the use of going to. gaol ? Why not wait and try and get before the Privy Council ? Be. like us-law-abiding." i They will advocate any old way but ' the manly way. They hope to break down your fight for freedom to en ? able them to Cover tip their shame in the confusion. TRAITORS have always been with us and invariably 'work"on the side of the. oppressors. We know many of them here and.we will remember th...

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PUBLIC APOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

PUBLIC APOLOGY. I, the undersigned, wish to tender a public apology for my non-attend- ance at Mr. Conacher's Overseas meeting I would like to suggest that the above named gentleman choose his subject "The White Australian Policy'' as advocated hy- the Overseas official journal. Also to justify why, the deputaion suc- cessfully induced the Minister to de- prive residents of Darwin' of its last vestige of self-government and j who appointed the deoutation. ' . H. G. NELSON.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 June 1921

a . AUCTION SALB. At Brown's Mart on Saturday, June ittfc, ifsi at &30 pja. Under instructions from Mr. E. V. V. Brown and others the undersign ed will sell- \ Office Furniture and Fittings, Beds and Bedding, Tables, Toilet Table, Ice Chest, Counters, Auctioneer's j Rostrum, Machinery, Galvanised Iron, Ladders, Air Gas Plant, and Sundries. ,y-'-:!" D. N. HAWKE. AUCTIONEER. NEW BOARDING HOUSE. Mr.. E. Gray begs to announce he has reopened the Boarding Rente recently conducted by Mrs. Morti- mer near Vesteys. GOOD TABLE. GOOD ATTENTION. TERMS MODERATE. Give Him a Trial E« OKAY, Pwjifi8t©y» A DANCE SOCIAL will take place on MONDAY, 20th JUNE NEXT in the TOWN HALL AT i.15 p.m. 'Under the Auspices of the G of E. . Choir. 1 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 INDUST- RI...

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JUSTICE HIGGINS RESIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921

JUSTICE -HIGGINS RESIGNS. Justice Higgins has resigned from the Federal Arbitration Court .

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MARANOA LABOR SELECTION WON BY DUNTSON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921

MARANOA LABOR SELECTION WON BY DUNTSON. W. J. Dunston, M.L.C., Queehs iand General Secretary of the À.W. U.. and; a member nf ths Central Executive: of the Labor Fafty Wat selected as$Labor candidate to con- test the Maranoa bye-eleétíon. ..

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AUSTRALIA v HAMPSHIRE. HURRICANE BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921

AUSTRALIA ? HAMPSHIRE. HURRICANE BATTING. Hurricane batting (characterised the Australian's first days play a gainst Hampshire. Runs were scor- ed at the rate of two a minute. 569 nins were made in an afternoon, i Taylor.^ >c and b Tennyson 143; Armstrong c Newman b; Remmant , 47; ¡ Ryder not out 76; Hendry c Dowell b Hosie 53; Oldfield not out 5; sund ies 30. Total 7 for 705. . Innings > declared closed. Hampshire first- innings Fry ç Ryder b Hailey 50; Brown c Oldfield b McDonald' 22; Dowell lbw Mailey 21; Mead not out 37; Hosie riot ont. 13; sundries 11. Total 3 for 163. « /

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BRITISH ENGINEERS LOCK OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921

BRITISH ENGINEERS LOCK ÖUf. ! Negotiations in connection with the. British engineers wages dispute reached . a deadlock. As a conse- quence one and half million employ- ees' are locked out. Thc proposed reduction is equivalent to 16s week- ly, artisan time workers 12s, labor- ers £i. . Pieceworkers are taking a ballot despite the lockout

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UPPER SILESIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921

UPPER SILESIA. . j - - .. ».« - ; j Owing, to thc. refusal .of -German I troops- to .withdraw from Upper Sil ! esia * the Allies are sending represent . atives to Berlin to inform the Gov- ernment that the Inter-Allied Coro 1 mission's .authority roust not . he I compromised.

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LABOR UNREST ON THE RAND [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921

LABOR UNREST ON THE RAND > Johannesburg reports the possib- i ility of a serious wages ^dispute on I the Rand owing to the joint exe- cutives of various unions concerned in the mining industry unanimously deciding toi resist the-proposal of the Minister of Mines to reduce the wages 3S a shift. .

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