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QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE. SUSPENSION OF SENTENCES. MATTER MUST WAIT TILL POYNTON RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921
QUESTIONS IN THE HOUSE. SUSPENSION OF SENTENCES. MATTER MUST WAIT TILL POYNTON RETURNS. In the Federal House on Friday, Mr. W. Maloney, M.H.R., asked the Acting Prime Minister to hold over the sentences imposed on Ter ri tor ian s for refusing to pay Income TaXj and added taxation without representation is infamous. Thc Prime Minister replied that the matter must wait the return of Mr. Poynton, who was now in Papua. CHURCH NOTES. The Rev. J. C. Jènison, the recent- ly appointed chairman of the Methodist Mission to Aborigines Territorial, intends leaving for Goulburn Island Mission Station next week, accompanied by Mr. Wm. Fletcher, the lay missionary who has been enjoying a months well-earned rest in Darwin. Next Sunday evening (tomorrow) at 8 p.m., the Rev. Mr. Jenison will conduct the service in the Methodist Church, preaching on "Christ and the Children."
OUR FIRST LADY BARRISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921
OUR FIRST LADY BARRISTER. Miss Ada Emily Evans, B.A., LL. B., who was admitted to the N.S.W. Bar on May 12 last, has the distinc- tion of being the first lady barrister in New South Wales. Miss Evans qualified for admission some time ago, but until the passing of the wo- men's Legal Staus' Act was prevent- ed from joining the ranks of the profession^
DARWIN TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921
DARWIN TOWN BAND. . Monthly subscriptions per Mrs. Nuttall , E. Lee ss; "Victor" 5s; F. Dc Ville 5s; F. Morris 4s; Mr. Ryan 3s; H. E. Gribbon 2s; W. Iliffe 2s; A. 3. Crampton 2s; S. Little as; E. Gough:.ij8; Mrs. Hickey is; W. Mc Ewan is; Mrs. Ross is; Man Fong Lau is; Wing Cheong Sing is; Ah Sing is; Rev. Mr. Light ios.
UNION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921
UNION NOTES. A largely attended meeting of I the A.M.I.E. Union was held last Tuesday, evening at Parap, and a inongst the many things discussed was the possibilities of our Secret- ary answering the call of "Your country needs you," and should (this eventuate, ^t- would nnfortunàtely happen durras; the period pf the^An-., nuat election!, but it was moved land ; carried out of respect to the Secret- ary, that no member- -contest his seat at the coming election,
FOR THE CAUSE. TRADES HALL COUNCIL PEALING WITH MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921
FOR THE CAUSÄ. TRADES HALL COUNCIL PEALING WITH MATTER. The following telegram wasvsent on Thursday to the Trades and La- bor Councils 'and leading labor bod- ies in the various Australian cities: "Eleven inore residents appeared before the Court to-day for refusing to pay taxes without representation. Nelson, sec. A.W.U., Brennan, sec. A.M.I.E.U., and four others received 28 days gaol. Other cases adjourn- ed. Call public meetings of protest also raise subscriptions to carry on the .fight. Of the nine men impris- oned majority with families. More prosecutions to follow. Four were leading speakers in the agitation. Mr. Jones, Secretary. pf1 the Queensland Branch of the A.M.I.E. U. in acknowledging the receipt of 'the telegram stated that thc Trades ! I Hall Council was dealing with the matter.
LIBERTY For All the People SUSTENANCE FUND TO ASSIST WIVES AND CHILDREN OF MEN INTERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921
LIBERTY For All the People SUSTENANCE FUND TO ASSIST WIVES ANO CHIL- DREN OF MEN INTERNED. Cr. Cant .. x o o H.. Goulder .. .. i o 6 F. Cook ..io© D. O'Sullivan .. x o o Cr. Pearse' .. .. l o o. D. ^IcKinnoa ' ... x ó o A.. McDonald ..loo.. J. Campbell , ..loo ,M. Dooley .. i o o J. Ramariei .. i o o H. G Nelson .. i o s .A. H. ? Gibson ..loo . R. Anthony , ..io« F. Southwell .-. I o o D. Atkinson .. x o. o . N. Madsen .* loo J. Clancy .... I o o - H. UHffe .. too F. Sutton .. ..loo D. Finlayson ..loo Gördon Bros. ..oui - Tom; Nelson .?, ../..: o io o .-' T. McGuire .. o io. o M. McMillan .. o io o Mrs. Pearse , ... o io o R. filmore,., '.. .. ,. o io . J. W. .Yonnip ..." o io o Fred Thompson ... o io o vE^.-j¿ee/-' r. .. ... o io o "ÉLX Riley . . o io o N,Edwards ..^ .. . . i o' Alf Hirt . ... ..050 J. J. Hanson .. . .. o. 5 o *A Sympathiser .. o 5 o R,Hickey . .. . .. ,0 4 6 McIntyre .. o a d Jock. Nelson ...., .: . © 9 0 ... Jack Johnson... o a ; o v R. (Grey &lt; . .. .....
IN REPLY TO MR. BRYANT. (We do not necessarily endorse the opinions as expressed by our correspondents.) (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921
IN REPLY TQ MR. BRYAN*. (Wc ¿o not necessarily endorse the opinions as expressed by our correspondents.) ; (To the Editor). Sir,-Pisase ' allow me space; in your papier to reply to fa letter over '.' thC name of H. Bryant" appearing in your issac of junie iótíi.' As ":Mr. ./'"^Bryant quoted'' the Bible I will con- ant -i myself y^K thc sat ic^ withjthe addition of a quotation front a wider ] ly read works,' the nani ey! date, 'au- thor and pàgès of "which.'51 gtve:-r "And thc Lord , spake' tinto Möses, / saying, Avenge the children 'of Israel . of ^ the Midianitcs ¿ i. And. tthe children of Israel '.tbofc'all the ¡wo- rn en - of -Midian' captives, and their 'itlîc ones, and took the spoil of all, their catííe,^andf állí their! flocks, |and¿ all "their gööds. x: An'd they burnt all, lheîr;'^ [andr all/^heir goodly «astlesi, with fire.. And ihey took alt thV spoil and ! -all* | \ thc prey, both' of-men rib d of beasts, j . . ; And Moses / was ' wrath 1 ; . Arid ; Moses''" ' said unto ...
DEVELOPING THE TERRITORY. FORMER ADMINISTRATOR'S VIEWS. ("Argus," May 18, 1921.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921
DEVELOPING THE TER- RITORY. . ' FORMER ADMINISTRATOR'S VIEWS. («Artois." May 18, 1021.) "i do not think the railway woul pay at present, but it would hare th effect, of opening - np the greates unexploited mineral field in' Austral ia,' and developing' the pastoral in dnslry possibly to such an estes that, instead of producing £30,00« a.year in revenue to the Territory it would yield' five times', that amounl This was-the "view expressed yes- terday by Mr. Staniforth Smith, late 'Acting Administrator of thelNorthi ern Tettttory. ' in giving evidence be- fore the' federal Public Works Com- mittee on the probable ittfraentl of 'the propoked'North-South railway on the development of Northern and Central Australia. Railways, said Mr1 .Smith, would considerably reduce the cost to pas- toralists bf sinking sub-artesian bores, and freight charges by horse traction, which now amounted to ss od per mile, or £80 a ton for a trip' of 500 miles, could be reduced to £6 OT £8 a: tori* by rail. He...
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. The " Northern Standard" aims at. peing thoroughly representative of lae jN'orthcrn Territory and with this ! eiul in view welcomes correspon ! i-ncc (rem all outlying centres. No matter how opposed to our views free discussion is permitted in our columns, solong as it is/not ab- usive and refers to matters of ! -cnerr-l interest. j I Any complaints in regard to non receipt of paper should bc reported to ; us at once. We will do our best to j . em edy them. We would be grateful to our friends for their good offices with neigh- bour:;, in obtaining fresh subscribers, :ie., and in helping to add to the, ;)ov\'er for good of the people's . own newspaper. Secretaries of the various Clubs and institutions are invited to for- ad condensed reports of proceed- ings at meetings, etc and we will bc Mensed tö jrend a representative to any important function when duly notified. \ ">ur telephone 'number is no, arid a ring up will secure any desired in- formation-as to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 18 June 1921
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