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DON;TS:— [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
DOITTS; DONT, rwap' horses, in 'the' oiddlc. iv' pf stream,, the one you're Vpn! * will carry, you over. ' ? '. *' DON'T sacrificei-'irj^-^iiwttpoi 'Vj' ¿\'r-'¿'.$i¡^\;[f, 'Vf-' X-lp:. I ''Vi' ?'? DON'T heed ; the sneers 0£ traitors. DON'tVbe.foaled with a ccmprbjn- \ ia«,:.3;/:'';*: DON'T fraternize with ' cold-foo* ers. DON'T ttlcrcte, Anti-Franchisers. * DOn'"*' let them, kid you that they j:'' j are.vte: sympathy with your . '. catise; tildare not; they will betrs^ ypu;! . DON'T be afraid, of prison, it is an honor y/hen yúu aré' there for defending' your birthright. DON'T be a traitor-because they all come to a-bad end. - DON'T "do your, block," and we will win through. tiON'T sit at the same table as an I ?. 'Eurasian, or don't. sip-beer r - ' with -'prnvj ?.&lt; ?
CENSORSHIP AND MINISTERIAL REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
CENSORSHIP AND MINISTER- IAL REPLY. lit reference to the question ask- ed in Parliament recently if there was: any censorship in operation on Darwin telegrams and the anticipat- ed stereotyped reply by the Acting Prime Minister "that enquiries had been caused to be made in regard to the alleged censorship of letters and telegrams at Darwin showed that there was no truth in the statement'* This reply of the Prime Minister's might be entirely satisfactory to the Federal politicians but it is not sat- isfying to any person who has ex- perienced the "playfulness" of the censor at the behest of thc political powers during the last few years ia the Territory. ' -V^p»î$t! Under the guise of "war precaut- ions" the political censorship was repeatedly used to prevent full in- formation being sent to the Parlia- ment, press and people, of purely Territorial matters and not bearing the slightest relation to the opera- tions of the War Precautions Act. Different methods were used ac- cording to...
A POLICY. REDUCTION, RACK AND RUIN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
A POLICY. REDUCTION, RACK AND RUIN. Economy consistent,, with efficiien- J cy meets, with the approval of every ' sane man and woman;, economy , coupled with, rack and' ruin is noth- ing short of criminal. That' the - rail- way authorities . have adopted the lat- ter course will defy, conbadiction. Trains , bump along on their drunken way, riding at every few yards, '-. the fisch .bolt head and these bolts are air that separate the 'unsuspect- ing passengers on a , tortuous Jour-, hey from a tortuous death, , some day .and- ou¿ uot far distant tibese bolt heads will be *shorn clean' through; they*1 are nearly through 'now, ¿nd we ' shudder when ' we : contemplate the bnséqúeáces;. But thc pjeople, :. should ; not complain : because'; rack' and ruin is the 'polifcy\of the; Government and why.'shoguld'nt. the/ public bc speeded on their .'last jour-" ney by that self-same Government; policy; This criminal st?ite of, the line is well known to the authorities, for more than one conder j...
THE NORTH-SOUTH RAILWAY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
Tllll NORTH-SOUTH RAILWAY (By ..Porcupine/') The N.T. . Acceptance Act, to which there has been so many rec- ent allusions lui the Southern pap ent allusions in the . Southern pap mount interest to residents in the NJT. and it was undoubtedly owiuff to this clause that the consent of thé South Australian Government to the Act in toto was secured. ? This clause . stipulated clearly that the Commonwealth Government should at an early date complete the direct Trans-Continental Railway, thus connecting Darwin with Ade «4* DeaU»;aa« Fitter-whespte Hy of the Commonwealth Govern- ment adhering to the letter of the: agreement and had either of these leaders retained office, the line would have been in all probability com- pleted; ere this. But political changes placed the destiny of this outpost of Australia in the hands of Hughes, a man witife out a single thought \jot Austratest welfare-one who seems to be im- bued solely with the spirit , of Im- perialistic jingoism. To this man the cove...
[?] Manager TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
i i «»u^ mallaty WJ TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. The " Northern Sundard ''aims at being thoroughly representative of ..ie Northern Territory and with this end in view welcomes correspon- de from all outlying centres. No matter &lt; how opposed to our views free discussion is permitted in. i our columns, so long as it is not ab : usive and refers . to matters ot i. on eral interest. Any complaints in regard to non receipt of paper should be reported to -..j at once. Wc will do our best to v .mi edy them. We would bc grateful to our friends ¡or their good offices with ncigh . lirs. in obtaining frosh subscribers. c., and in helping to add to the .»nw«r for good of the people's own newspaper. Secretaries of the various Clubs and institutions arc invited to for -ird' condensed reports of proceed- ings at meetings, etc and we will be pleased to- send a representative to any important function when duly notified. Our telephone number is ut, and a ring up will secure any desired in- for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
A. W, U. EXECUTIVE. A Special Meeting of the above will be held at the Union Office on Friday, 24th July, at 8 p.m.. BUSINESS IMPORTANT. A. H. GIBSON, Acting Secretary. FOUND. Foun¿ on Darwin Jetty a bunch of Keys, Owner can have same by paying cost of advertisement. A REMINDER. Members of the A.W.U. are re- minded that the half-yearly subscrip- tion to the "Standard " runs from January to June, and June to Decem- ber. As funds are required to carry on this great weapon of re- form members are requested to make themselves financial. H. NELSON, Branch Secretary. LOST. , Thc person who found my bike please return to J. Todd, Police Paddock. Reward. ...._i_[_i_ » LIBERTY CAMPAIGN COM- MITTEE^. A meet-'ng of the above will be held at the A.W.U. Office on Friday 24th July at 7.4s p.m. sharp. A. H.' GIBSON, * Secretary. GRAND PICTURE ENTERTAINMENT. r* For the purpose ot raising funds to purchase a piano for the DARWIN HOSPITAL will be held in the Don Stadium on WEDNESDAY, JULY 6th. Seats ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
M. & D. McMillan, GARAGE ON GALL ; ;Ç#RS' DAY OR NIGHT. . ;.'.&lt; C^iii^etcjit Drivers. ; ; >:.. >'; tfa-to-Date ' Cars. iv V BILLIARDS ;.' '.»Ällass Tables tame h0¡t^^: CAVENAGH STREET, Telephone 3«. FARRAR & Sons Smith tNtt. Darwin * GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS AND CARRIERS. MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIQHT. THREE CARSL , Competent and Cartful Driver*. Two Lorries and Fiant Cart GOODS DELIVERED ANYWHERE Telephone st. yP-TO-DATECARACf CAVENAGH STEERT. DARWIN. \;XT*uncin's. Çorâar). V w R. R. BUDS3N, Proprietor. Ring Telephone «i and yen can pound on Prompt and Reliable Str« ?tice; This is not Braa>~lt is say Wig just what a maa knows ; and your way to ©rote it if A T.°JAL. At yow 'i&lt;» Oas* or night BERT PIKE Near the Terminus Hotel. HAIRDRESSER $ TOBACCONIST Cavenagh''^rttt, Darwin. First-class Bifiiard Table. Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, Toilet Requisites aud; perfumery. A Good Asiortnieiit off Magasines and Cheap Novels Communicates wit...
HANDICAPS. LADIES SINGLEs. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 June 1921
HANDICAPS.. - '^«r^i^-T^TT«" ? Mrs*. BJccscr owes 40, Miss Croft ?o 4-^-6, Mrs. Cummings 30 3-6. Miss Cfsra McLeod 30 2-6, Miss | i Cissie McLeod 30, Mrs. Nixon 15, Miss Ross Smith 15, Mrs. Mount I ford 5-o. Miss L. Styles, 5-0, Miss j T. Nelson 5-6, Mrs. Lampe 4-6, ! Miss Brown 4-6, Miss Lyons 3-CF, 1 Miss G. Styles scratch, Miss E. Styles scratch, Miss Millican scratch Miss I. Bell scratch, Miss Mans- field scratch, Miss G. Ward receive i-6, Miss K. Ward receive 47-6, Mr's. Barnes receive 15.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
OVERSEAS CLUB. DARWIN BRANCH. FANCY DRESS BALL, Proceeds in aid of Lieut. McIntosh Memorial Fund, Perth, W. Aus. TOWN HALL, DARWIN. WEDNESDAY, 3rd AUGUST, 1921 Further announcement will be made later as to Prizes for Sets, etc. C. PRICE CONIGRAVE, VIOTTI CONIGRAVE, Joint Hon. Secretaries
REPRESENTATION AND TAXATION... [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
REPRESENTATION AND TAXATION. .. A meeting will be held in the Town Hall on Monday next, June 27th at 8 p.m. to which the public are cordially invited, to hear an ex- planation of a petition proposed to be presented to the Hon. the Minis ' ter for Home and Territories. The I Mayor will preside. D. A. ROBERTS, P. KELSEY, (REV.) w. H. MCCARTHY, M. C. O'HALLORAN, (Rev.) C. W. LIGHT, (Rev.) F. HOF, (Dr.) C. E. HILL.
AUSTRALIAN LABOR CONGRESS. ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. RESOLUTION AGAINST RENEWAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
AUSTRALIAN LABOR CONGRESS. ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. . RESOLUTION AGAINST RENEWAL. The All Australian Labor Con- gress passed a resolution protesting \gainst a renewal of thc Anglo fapancse -Treaty which was purely a nilitary treaty, containing all the Terms of war for thc immediate fu ¡ lure. Congress affirmed of future I igrecments between Britain and ^ther cotmtries provided they had as 1 \ basis social, political and econ om I 'cal amenities, but not military or laval. The objectives of thc resol- ution will bc cabled to England. Thc Congress is largely attended md interest is keen. I '_
A. W. U. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
A. W. U. A limited supply arrived by last mail of the A.W.U. Official report of the 35th Convention held in Syd** ney this year also the constitution and general rules of the Union for 1021-22. Members are requessted to» call carly before supply is exhausted.