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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
CRICKET. - V i i i i Australia won thc match against Northampton by au innings and 484 runs. Gregory c Wooley b Murdin 107; Hendry b Woolley . 16; Ryder c Ball h Wooley 93; Oldfield not out - 15; Hailey h Murdin o; sundries 20. Total 621. Northampton first innings 68. Second innings 69. . Bowling: Mail ey 6 for 46 in the se- cond innings. Gregory took 3 wickets in eac? innings, Armstrong 5 wickets. .
EPIDEMIC IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
, EPIDEMIC IN RUSSIA, According to the report at thc j Fans Russian Health Congress at Moscow plague is rapidly spreading in the south and west.- Cholera is raging in the ' southern and middle parts of Russia. . There is hardly one part of Russia that is not af« fcctcd with Malaria. These alarm- ing conditions arc attributed to flies and gnats carrying the disease.
CAUSE AND EFFECT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
CAUSE AND EFFECT. (By PORCUPINE.) Thc repudiation by the Hughes' Government of " ti e agreement to construct the direct transcontinental railway has had, in many ways, an evil and deteriorating effect on the whole of the Northern Territory, and particularly on the pastoral and mining industries. The cost of keep- ing stations supplied, per medium of waggons, at so much a ton, and the consequently high droving rate, ef- fectually cripples the small stock owners and forces them to sell out to the larger companies, thus adding to the already enormous monopoly of the beef trade by capitalists. The same argument applies tc miners ; a working man, even if he has the good luck to strike a decent show/is too often forced to dispose of same ow'ng to lack of funds to pay the high cost of getting his ore to market. The large area of Central Austra- lia suitable for fruit growing can never be utilised until communica- tion with Southern markets is as- sured, and this assurance can only be given...
UNCANNY NORTH. .. WEIRD TRIP IN 20-TON.. KETCH FLOUNDERING IN MAZE OF CHANNELS. TWO NIGHTS AMONGST THE SAVAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
UNCANNY NORTH. ... WEIRD TRIP IN 20-TON .. KETCH FLOUNDERING IN MAZE OF 1 CHANNELS. ¡ TWO NIGHTS AMONGST THE j SAVAGES. , ¿y Eric Pockley (M.B.Ch.M.) I (haye been in some queer places in different parts of the. world, but in ».one that strikes one as more we- ird than the delta of the gulf in j Papua, through which' we were tra* elling on a 20-ton ketch from Port Moresby to the Fly River. At times it horrifies with its utter unseemliness; at others it fascinates withj its queer beauty. Imagine a vast* flat plain, of sticky, grey, oozy mud, over 100 miles long and half as wide. Plant this over as thick as fur, ! some parts with the uninviting nianjgrove/others with , some of the most beautiful palms God ever cre- ated. Then;, here and there, stuff it thicjeer still with a varied assort- ment of tropical plants, over which ,is [thrown a ,web-like mantle of .creepers and orchids. Now let some Titan arm himself with giant .sticks to a mile or more rn thickness, andr tn . a blindfolded' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
A. E. JOLLY ?r Coy. (ESTABLISHED 1M3) General Merchants & Importers SHIPPING. STATION, INSURANCE and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS 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, ROPES, etc., etc. Alvvj&ys ;on Hand Fre#h .Supplies of Groceries, Drapery, etc., Arriving by Every Boat A F JOLLY y Coy., The Corner Store
TELEPHONE WONDER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
TELEPHONE WONDER. I I Describing his person experien- ces 'with the wonderful new tele- phone repeating apparatus, a corres- pondent at Washington telegraphs that a new era in the history of tele- phony has opened. "From an arm chair in the Pana- ma buildings here," he states, "I ex- changed greetings with a friend at Havana and also with a wireless op- erator at Catalina Island, near. Los Angeles. Moreover, I heard as plain- ly as though we were all seated in one room the man at Havana talk- ing1 to the man at Catalina, and the latter replying: These voices passed over 115 miles deep sea cable and '55»ooo miles of land wires. The wire- less aparatas at Catalina automatic- ally repeated the messages,' operat- ing instantly. It was like telephon- ing from London to Calcuitta, or Calcutta to Melbourne. This ad- vance in telephony should prove a potent agent in unifying the English speaking peoples. If deep sea cables and wireless had been eliminated, > the conversation could have b...
OVERSEAS CLUB. THE LATE LIEUT. McINTOSH. MEMORIAL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
OVERSEAS CLUB. THE LATE LIEUT. McINTOSH. MEMORIAL FUND. A large and influental committee lias been formed in Perth, Western Australia, to further the objects of .he Mcintosh Memorial Fund. It ías been announced to thc Southern jress that the committee is appeal .ng for at least £5,000, of which a nount £2,000 will bc given to the lependents of thc late gallant avia :or, who made himsef so popular in Darwin on bis arrival last August Arith Lieut. Parer, after their adven- turous flight from England. £2,000 will be expended on a monument in Perth, and the balance of the fund is to bc set aside for the foundation ol scholarships- for the children bf -cturned soldiers. The Committee have made an appeal to people throughout Australia to assist them .n making thc fund a huge success. Following on telegraphic com nunications with the Memorial Committee in Perth, the General Committee and the Ladies Commit I ee of thc Darwin Branch of the Overseas Club in thc Town Hall on Wednesday evening,...
Latest Cables ULSTER PARLIAMENT. OPENED BY KING. THE ROYAL SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
Latest Cables ULSTER PARLIAMENT. OPENED BY KING. THE ROYAL SPEECH. The King accompanied by th Oucen opened the Ulster Parlia mont on Wednesday at Belfast, ar were accorded a tremendously en thusiastic welcome. The King in preface speech said "For all wh' love ; Ireland, as I do, with all rn; heart, this a profoundly moving oe casion in Irish history. My memor ics of the Irish people date back tr the days when I spent many happ^ days in Ireland as a midshipman. M: affection has been deepened by my successive visits. I have ' watched with constant sympathy the cóursr of their affairs." The King opener' Parliament in the presence of cheer- ing multitudes. He declared hf could not allow a deputy to perforrr the ceremony, therefore he cam - personally as the head of the Em pire to inaugurate a Parliament or Irish soil and hoped it would be- come an instrument of hanpiness and and good Government. Everything which touched Ireland found an echo in the remotest parts of the Empire. There we...
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
SERIOUS ACCIDENT. By last n'-ght's mail train arrived Mr. Fred Buzzcotc, suffering from a broken leg and injuries to thc back md ribs, lt appears that whilst at- tempting lo steady a mob of cattle that he had charge of his horse fell cn him, causing the injuries above mentioned. For two days the un« ortunate man lay in thc bush with :wo blackboys as his only compañ- ón s, one of whom was able to^fdress -he wounds. Eventually, however, a buggy arrived and the sufferer was conveyed 300 miles to thc railhead. . n thc meantime the Manager of ictoria River Down (Mr. Graham) had thoughtfully wired to thc Rail- way authorities to have the am- bulance van attached to the train and the sufferer was conveyed from Emungalan to Darwin, where, on ar- rival he was taken direct to the hos- pital. On thc journey from Pine] Creek to town Sister Mclntye of the Darwin Hospital ,was a passen- ger and ¿his good Samaritan secured hot water from thc locomotive and lrcssed thc injured man's leg and. nade h...
THE TOWN COUNCIL AND THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
.THE TOWN COUNCIL AND THE GOVERNMENT. Thc stupidity of the Common- wealth Government in administer- ing Northern Territory affairs from Melbourne has once again manifest- ed itself. On June 30th, 1921, three members of the Darwin Town Coun- cil, Crs. Pearse and Cant, elected members, and Cr. Witherden, a go ( vcnimcnt nominee .should 'have /re- tired from the Council. The Town Clerk following the usual procedure for conducting elections called for nominations to fill the vacancies created by the retirement of- the I two elected members. . Nominations j closed on June nth, when two nom- inations were received. The Town Clerk then duly declared elected Mr Pearse and Mr. Hickey to fill the vacancies. But on Monday 13th I June, two days after nominations had closed, thc Town Clerk received a copy of an Amending Ordinance which had appeared in thc Com- monwealth "Gazette" extending- the life of the present council until 30th September next,- also limiting thc council's power to levy more...
BEWARE OF TRESPASSERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
.BEWARE OF TRESPASSERS. A public meeting is being held on Monday evening in the Town Hall, the 27th instant to "hear an explan- ation of the clauses of a proposed petition to the Government on rep- resentation and taxation matters, and SOME of the originators of the petition will speak. How naively the wording of these harmless phrases considering they emanate from our worthy townsman Mr. D. A. Roberts who has always (?) taken an extra prominent part in moving for reforms for this poor down-trodden Territory, that is accursed by a rotten system of Government that would even be a disgrace to the mediaeval ages. . ' It is no use saying one thing and meaning another ¡already there baa been a Public Meeting that endors- ed a Petition which the Government received demanding (1) thc release of those men in prison, or (2) im- prisoning the petitioners as they pledged themselves not to pay taxes ! until they received Representation as enjoyed by their fellow Austral- ians in all the States ...
THE GOVERNMENT EXIST FOR THE PEOPLE. THE PEOPLE SHOULD NOT EXIST FOR THE GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
THE GOVERNMENT EXIST FOR THE PEOPLE. THE PEOPLE SHOULD NOT iXIST FOR THE GOVERNMENT This fundamental principle c ^institutional Government is ti: )n!y sale axiom and whenever it J '.epartcd from to any pronounce: legree there will arise the forces c discontent which can only be settlec >y the Government smartly rcalisin Heir true position; that they ar merely an instrument of the sod?, ¡ystcni to function as an honorar dvisory stepfather, and that thi ons and daughters arc not cxistinc for the pleasure of a tyrannies stepfather; neither are thc people ex sting for a tyrannical Government hat designs to enslave them. WHAT THE GOVERNMENT GAVE US. In exchange for losing our liberty ve received a whole army of mostlj mnecessary officials /rom Melbourn « hose greatest assets were thi hey had been "cobbers'* of som« eading Federal politician; These brand new officials spreac wer the green .pastures of the Ter «tory like an army of grasshopper: nd made thc former scmi-solven Territory a...
WHERE ARE THEY? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
WHERE ARE THEY? One evening this week a mounted constable was patrolling the streets of the town for the purpose of yard- ing up any stray horses that should happen to bc roaming about without chaperons. After being in the saddle for abo it two hours and riding several miles, thc "iihro of the law' returned to the station, without ] having even sighted a stray goat, j
ARRIVALS BY TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921
ARRIVALS BY TRAIN. The following passengers arrived &nbsp; &nbsp; by train from up country yesterday: &nbsp; Miss P. O'Keefe, Mr. and Mrs. T. &nbsp; &nbsp; O'Shea, Sister McIntyre, Mrs. J.R, &nbsp; B. O'Sullivan and child, Mr. and Mrs A. Stokes, Capt. Cameron, J. O'Shea &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. Schunke, A. Giles, H. Stott, J. &nbsp; &nbsp; McCrae, W. Jones, F. and H. Chauv &nbsp; leg. Cheyne, Rev. Fath. McCarthy W. J. Byrnes, D. Foley, D. Malcom, O. Lund, H. E. Edwards, T. Graks &nbsp; and Mr. J. Buzacote also arrived in &nbsp; an ambulance van with an injured leg. Several of the above passen- gers are suffering from fever which &nbsp; is said to be raging pretty badly on some of the outback stations.