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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 June 1921

£250 Reward. THE sum of £250 will be paid to ;uiy person, gi vin j? information to the undersigned which leads to the con- viction of any person cr person» sruiily of killing¿ stealing, or illegally branding r.:iy of the stock on cr be- longing to-the Stations, in the Nor- thern Territory cr Western Austra .!ia managed by the Northern Agency Limitad. , THE NORTHERN AGENCY LTD The Grove Hill Sawmills LUCY & O'SHEA, Prep. Arc now prepared to Supply the Public with CYPRESS PINE or HARDWOODS sawn to any siaes. Waggon and Buggy Timbers cut und dressed to all sizes LUCY AND O'SHEA, GROVE HILL, A. E. JOLLY h- Coy. (ESTABLISHED itts.) / General Merchants & Importers SHIPPING:, STATION, INSURANCE ana QENERAL COMMISSION AGEiNTS 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, PvOPES, etc., etc. ¡ Always on Hand Fresh Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., Arriving- b...

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AUSTRALIA'S SUPER-PARLIAMENT. SECRET SESSIONS OF SECRET RULERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 June 1921

ÄVSTKAI-iA'S SUPER-PAR : LIAMENT. SÉCRET SESSIONS OF SECRET; . ? 'RULERS.- : : : ' (By J. H. Catts, M.H R.) Labor /seeks , to t. abolish .Upper Houses, .but these - Legislative Conn cils are nipt the greatest, instrumentar ol réaction. . True they, are ..import- ant cogs in à : machine! " They, June-, ; tion as p'ycrseers, or agents ;or man-, oeuVrers; ' but. only as subordinates,. .' : in the " great . select freemasonry . of self-appointed Junkerdom ..that.. rule» atl Y monarchies and ; republics¿ all. .' Parliaments and..municipalities, . all Socialist, conferences; . -àçd Labor; ' ¿htoris. " i .'. j:, [Who .controls ... thê;Seamen's - Un _ tl'WhV'orders' V*!*e going : ana" cötöing ó'í therstewardss? .... - \ \ \^oCprders. the miners.of /Broken Hill an4./ Cobar to cease, work ^arid ;':be£ bread?(i ',-'.,.,.,»';,'.. .. Who 'ts : it ¿hat refiiises ^the ^ peoptc ; - ' . . VT":-. ' .. . ..J' .. -- ? . access' to gigantic natural , ;reso»rc|es , of food ; and clothing^ £0 huge numbers...

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MR. CONACHER'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 June 1921

MR. CONACHER'3 ADDRESS. On Friday night last a fairly large audience listened with interesst :o Mr. Conachcr's address on »"Some impressions of a world Trip," held ander the auspices of the Overseas ' cw j Thc speaker dealt briefly with the ' -)Uiiiey irom Australia to France, I -liouga tue baez Canal, touching on ¿he most picturesque points on the ' ./ay. He then gave his impressions .c some length on thc social indus rial, and aitcr-the-war conditions . .¿aeraiiy of such parts of France, die United Kingdom and America ass came under his notice. He wai very much impressed with the strong civic spirit evidenced in American ities and towns, leading not only to .he beautifying of them but the im-' .rovement of conditions generally. One of the points he stressed, however, was the closeness of foret to the surface in American life, of which he gave examples. This he considered partly due to the cosmo- politan nature of {He community úo were not really American but -ach making a little w...

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LOCAL COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 June 1921

LOCAL COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 20. In the Local Court, full jurisdic- tion on Monday, before Major Ho- gan, S. M., and Messrs. Pearse and Edwards J's.P. Victor Koufaganis proceeded a- gainst Carlos Garr for £6 11s and defendant counterclaimed £84 for wages for work done. Mr. Roberts appeared for plaintiff and Mr. Barratt appeared for de- fendant . Victor Koufaganis, plaintiff, de- posed: He knew defendant about 3 oí 4 years, he used to call at his shop and leave parcels there. Wit- ness's father started a garden. He asked defendant if he wanted to bu: any fowls. His price was fowls 5s and ducks 1os. Defendant said he would buy some fowls and pay him later on. This was agreed. He sold him 12 fowls at 5s and 4 ducks at 10s. Defendant called at his' place next, morning and the poultry was removed to defendant place in plaintiff's cart. He told defendant hi wanted the crate back. A few days later he called at defendant's place and asked him for the empty case. He told defendant if he did not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 June 1921

The brand of pain-a scab. FOR SALE. Piano by Brinsmead. . "Rexonola" Gramophone, with splendid selection records. Sulky, bay mare "Crescent," and harness. All in splendid condition Apply to A. J. METTAM. A DENIAL. \ To' all my customers ^nd the General Public, I hereby publicly announce that the advertisement appearing« in the "N. T. Timea'\' ad- vertising my business of Hairdress- er and Tobacconist etc. is not au thorised by me and I will not be re- sponsible for any .debts incurred in . such unauthorised advertisements. BERT PIKE, , Hairdresser and Tobacconist, Cavanagh Street, Darwin. Bil iar* Billiards ! Step in any time ano? enjoy a gamt - af Billiards on a-'? FIRST-CLASS TABLE ( Competent and Attentatite/ Marker/ TWO TABLES. TERMINUS HOTEL'ROOMS. "E. LEE.-Proprietor. S; Drysdale, "? ^ ' . 'x i,;- ' ?*-'}'::?. GENERAL . CARRIER, / hi MILE. - TELEPHONE, 106. Orders Promptly Attended To. imr&ysed Fruits ? ( ? (Currants-Siihanas-'Lexias) . . ? . AREOROMBY AUSTRALIANS FOR ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 June 1921

M. & D. McMillan, GARAGE ON CALL CARS DAY OR NIGHT. Competent Drivers. Up-to-Datc Cars. «r ,_ BILLIARDS Two First-class Tables wSame Address CAVENAGH STREET, Telephone 30« FARRAR & Sons Smith ctreet. Darwin GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS AND CARRIERS. MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIGHT. THREE CARS. * Competent - and Careful Drivers. Two Lorries and Piano Cart GOODS DELIVERED ANYWHERE Telephone ?.». UP-Ï9-DATE CUBAGE CAVANAGH, SlgfiRT. ¿DARWIN. (Toupeia's Corner). R. R. BUDSEN, Proprietor. Ring Telephone 61 and you can tptt'na on Prompt and Reliable Ser- vice. This is net Brae~it is say- ing just what a maa knows ; and your way to »rove it is A »3 T A T At your ">.- ...'".-. Day or night BERT PIKE Near thc Terminus Hotel. HAIRDRESSER St TOBACCONIST Cavenagh Strcst, Darwin. First-class Billiard Table. Tf^acro, Ci~iirs, Cigarettes, Toilet '. «, Requisites and Perfumery. A Good Assortment of ( Magaiines and Cheap Nóvala Communicates with Hobart Telephone No oo. . . J. ?..5;...

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JOBS FOR WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 June 1921

JOBS FOR WOMEN. How many people know that un-   der the Women's Legal Status Act passed by the New South Wales Government, a member of the female sex can be elected and act as   a member of the Legislative Assembly Lord Mayor, or alderman of the   City Council cf Sydney, Mayor, pre- sident, alderman, or councillor of any municipality of shire, a judge of the Supreme or District Court, chairman of Quarter Sessions, stipendiary   or police magistrate, or   Justice of the peace, or to be admitted as a barrister or conveyancer.            

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LADIES' SINGLES—DRAW. 1st ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

LADIES' SINGLES-DRAW. ist ROUND. Mrs Barnes v. Miss Millican, Mrs. Lampe v. Miss K. Ward, Miss Smith v. Miss Nelson, Mrs. Cummings v. Miss G. Styles. BYES. Miss Brown v.' Miss L> Styles, Mrs. Blcescr v. Miss C. McLeod, Mrs. Nixon v. Miss Mansfield, Miss.. E. Styles v. Miss Lyons, Miss Clara McLeod v. Miss D. Croft, Miss Bell v. Miss G. Ward.

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GENTLEMEN SINGLES—"A" GRADE. Ist Round. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

GENTLEMEN SINGLES-*«A" GRADE. Ist Round. McDonald v Godfrey, Daly v Gib- son, Kentish v Carrington, Walker v Tootil. BYES. R. G. Lawrie v Frost, Nixon v Storey, Dennis v Ashton, McKenzie v Rev. Hof, W. A. Lawrie v Uren Lemon v Harris.

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THE NEAR EAST PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

THE NEAR EAST PROBLEM. A Paris .' message states that the French Premier, Briana* and Earl Curzon , fully discussed the : Near East. .position ; ' and agreed to submit a note : to Greece demanding her to desist from : the projected offensive in Asia Miaño. This will enable France,. Great Britain and Italy to mediate. It was decided Smyrna shall be given-to Turkey and auton- omy will probably be granted to Eastern Thrace, Turkish rights guaranteed. . Italy concurs in the ar- rangement-' 1

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HANDICAPS. Gents Singles— "A" Grade [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

HANDICAPS. Gents Singles-"A" Grade Dennis, owe 40, McKenzie 30. 5-<>, Nixon 30 I-o', Walker 15 . 3-4 Harris 15 3-6, W. A. Lawrie iv I-6, R. G.. Lawrie 15 1-6, Kentish .15 1--6, Lemon 3-6, Frost scratch. Rev. Höf scratch, McDonald receive 1-6, Ashton i-6, Godfrey 1^-6 Storey 1-6, Gibson 15, Daly 15, Car- rington 15, Uren 15, Tootil 15.

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NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

NOTIGE. All .orders for the withdrawal bf Standing -Advertisements must be çrven in writing to the Manager, duly dated ; and liability will, con- tinue till the amount owine therefor THE MANAGER.

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GENTS DOUBLES. DRAW. 1st Round. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

GENTS DOUBLES. DRAW, ist Round. Harris and Nixon v Daly and Monteith. R. Edwards and W. A. Lawrie v ¿. Edwards and Henderson. Uren and Coulston v" Dennis an. McKenzie. Ashton and Tootill play winners >f Uren and Coulston V Dennis and McKenzie match, j ? ,'-ï::RYÉS. ? . i R. Ward and Rev. Hoi v Godfrey i ind Cohen. I Lemon and Storey v Conigrave and Sherrin. R. G. Lawrie and Gibson v Brown and Mountfield. Roberts and Partridge v Frost .and McDonald. Marsh and Walker v Kentish and Carrington. Johnson and Foster v P.ennifold and Swinbourne.

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TENNIS TOURNAMENT. GENTS DOUBLES. HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

TENNIS TOURNAMENT. GENTS DOUBLES. HANDICAPS. Dennis and McKenzie owe 40, Harris and Nixon, 15 3-6, Marsh and Walker 15 3-6, R. G. Lawrie and Gibson 5-6, Lemon and Storey 5-6,. Kentish and Carrington 5-6, Edwards and Lawrie 3-6, Frost and McDonald 3-6, Ashton and Tootil 3-6, Roberts and Partridge scratch, Daly and Monteith receive 3-6, Ur- en and Coulston 3-6, Brown and Mountford 4-6, Ward and Hof 15, Edwards and Henderson 15, Coni rrave and Sherrin 15 3-6. Johnson Td. Foster 15 3-6, Pennifold md Swinbourne 15 3-6, Godfrey ind Cohen 15 5-6.

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"MADE IN GERMANY." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

"MADE IN GERMANY." ¿i One of the best white roses in the garden is called , Kaiserine Augusta Victoria. Ia al! the seedmeh's cata 'jointes it now appears as K. A. Vic íria. That rose stands as fair, type of the international position. Made in Germany docs'nt matter, if it cm bc disguised to look English.' Pro- bably people took the initials as Keep All Victoria, or Keen Afc«i Victoria, o some other tribute to the late lamented grandmother of ?>.he Kaiser. But after all, a rose I with a German name is just as | Sivcet.

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

"'ÍÉtfÑIS.'" . (By LOB. ) Thc first stage of the Tennis sea i ;on being practically over there i | nly one more day's play in tin Pennant competition, the interest oí : the tennis world is centring rounf the tournaments. Thc handicapper Qnishcd their task to thc best o their ability ar.d the draw duljr look place on the Parap courts on 'Satur- day last. There are no less than 0/ entries for thc tourneys, which, con -.¡dering the depleted state of th- j copulation is quite a remarkable lumber, and must indeed be mes? ^ratifying to thc Association official Reverting to our friends thc nandi cappers; these gentlemen seem tc nave done their work thoroughly, thc resulting handicaps being in loy opinion very good. True it has bu suj¿ested that tue lirait inca ¿a "A grade should have been on scratch, and that thc men below scratch plac- ed in thc "B" grade. Bc that as it t may, thc backniarkcrs will have to ' play very carefully to get ¿uto the Í¡ finals. It is pleasing to note that thc As...

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LIBERTY CAMPAIGN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

LIBERTY CAMPAIGN NOTES. . It is gratifying to know that sub- scriptions to thc Sustenance and franchise Fund arc now close to thc £256; mark and still coming in, but there are quite a number of person t who have not yet forwarded an> donations to the cause .. Don't delay! Moral sympathy and pocket sympathy are-going hand ii; hand, in v>this.. fight for, the peoples rights and liberty. . : v ¡*i Visitors v;to the> Gaol. on Tuesdaj .vere struck by .the stoicism yet ligh; heartedness of those incarcerated ind say s "All arc in good health and pfi^ to fight or. ritiliyiçtory is. assured." ' The visiting committee for Frida} rtérhqdn.; ,wÜl be Messrs. Balding burley and ^Finlayson -who will b< leased to .convey to friends behinf' the' bars any goods or message *rtOm those, outside. . , v

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CAPITALISM IN ALL ITS GLORY. TEN IN ONE ROOM WHILE ONE MAN DRAWS TEN MILLION IN RENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

CAPITALISM IN ALL ITS * GLORY. TEN IN ONE ROOM WHILE ONE MAN DRAWS TEN MILLION IN RENT. , The following items appeared in . ^recent issue of the Washington <|Star, a stupid but consistent defend 'f'tr of things as they are: J RENTS FOR $10,000,000. B "Ten million dollars in. rent from ¿one building will be received by ;'Capt. John Jacob Astor during the ' next twenty years, under the terns |pfj a lease signed up last week In ,;?New York City. . The property is the Hotel Astor. The block is part loi the old Eden estate, which orig- inally sold for $34,000. 5 TEN LIVE IN ONE ROOM. ? "Ten persons were found living' 'in; one. room by .housing inspectors ; of' Grande Rapids this week. They ! all eat standing and sleep in shifts. ¡ Occupants are a man and his wife, j fii|e/;"y children, the .grandmother, ^mn»ifatner and ' a boarder., , Three ''small'beds served the : whole group." Some'wag . of a printer, who/ had ïread'^rogftss andtovtrjy" must hsive placed the' items 'togethe...

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BRITISH FIRM GETS BIG ORDER. WENTY LOCOMOTIVES PER WEEK FOR SOVIET RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

] BRITISH FIRM GETS BIG fjvVENTV LOCOMOTIVES : PER WEEK FOR SOVIET RUSSlXÍ . One of the biggest? orders; now be ièg; executed - in : Great' Britain-'for; Soviet Russia; owing to the" signing; of the trade, agreement, - is by the well-known firm, of Armstrong, Whitworth' and 'Co. This'film will immediàtely begin the shipping of Russian locomotives via' the river Tyne at the - rate of *over'twen week;"' This contract is expected ,te rah -for tSévéraíí yei».r*. ' ^Öther . contracts, ¡ with - ' various British firms include vast -orders of clothing, foodstuffs, machinery, etc

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THE NORTHERN STANDARD, THURSDAY, JUNE 23. 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921

THE NO ¿THE XN STANDAI», v THURSDAY, JUNE 23. 1921. Sund »y thc Rieht, eondema ta« Wronf, net in a sfirit of tkCOwttty hat that tko evil may he elmina into good.

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