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LIBERTY For All the People SUSTENANCE FUND TO ASSIST WIVES AND CHILDREN OF MEN INTERNED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921

LIBERTY For All the People SUSTENANCE FUND TO ASSIST WIVES AND CHIL- DREN OF MEN INTERNED. Cr. Cant £1, H. Gouldcr £1, D. O'Sullivan £i. Cr Pearse £i D. Mc Kinnon £i, A. McDonald £i, J. Campbell £i, J Dooley £i, J. Ramariez £i, H. G. Nelson £it A. H. Gibson £i, R. Anthony £i, F. Southwell £i, D. Atkinson £i, N. Madsen £i, J. Clancy £i, H. IlhiTc £i, F. Sutton £if D. Finlayson £i, Gordon Bros. ns 6d. Tom Nelson' los, A. McGuire ios. M. McMillan lös, Mrs. Pearse ios. R. Wilmore los, J. W. Young i os, Fred Thomp- son ios, E. Lee ios, R. T. Riley ios, N. Edwards 6s, Alf. Hart 5s, "A Sympathiser'' 5s, J. J. Hanson 5s, P. Hickey 4s 6d, .G. McIntyre 2s 6d, Jock Nelson 2S, Jack Johnson 2s, R. Grey 2s, A. Monge is, F. Johnson £1, S. Garvin ios, W. Wright £2, Farrar and Sons £1, J. H. Kelly £f, W. Lee ios, L-JW. Bevilaqua 4s, F. Cook £1. H. G. Nelson acknowledges the following munificence: J. Dooley £10, H. Hickey £10, F. ] Cook £20, A. Cant £20, Ben Hur- j ley £40. i R. Doling £1, C. William...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921

M. & D. McMillan GARAGE ON GALL CARS DAY OR NIGHT. Competent Drivers. Up-to-Date CATS. BILLIARDS Taro First-class Tables Same Address CAVENAGH STREET, Telephone 3a FARRAR & Sons Smith street. 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 so. UP-TO-DATE GARAGE CAVENAGH STEERT. DARWIN. (TOupem's Corner), à. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. Ring Telephone 61 and you can pound on Prompt and Reliable Ser- vice. This is not Brar-it is say- ing just what a maa knows ; and your way co Drove it is A T.»! AL, At your 3^"c£s* Oay or night BERT PIKE. ] Near thc Terminus Hotel. %;] ....., t. .. . :^;^|^RÍm&éÍEfe& TOBACCONIST " rC^venagh'-Strcot^ar^." %irsi-Cl3SS Billiard Table. ^Téfciace», Cigars,-Cigarettes, Toilet - Requisius and Perfumery. A Good Assortment of Magazines and Cheap Novels Communicates with Hobart Telephone No go. Impe...

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AUSTRALIA FOR THE WHITE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921

AUSTRALIA FOR THE WHITS MAN. < . 4 Tie, national Australian*¿newspap- er, according to that label .-which the Sydney ^ "Bulletin "l J affise? io its ?riddle waistcoat button sometimes observes its motto apd .objective "Australia for the Whit* Man." In ian editorial, published in^ its issue of ¿ May 26th last, the "Bulletin " wand i ers of times into a bog by its furious misstatements. } "Aiitraüa for the White ilan* DARWIN GOES ÖN STRIKE. '*...' i The' casual« untravelled and unin- formed "Bulletin" reader;'/would sus ',. peet that the, Darwinite ' wasrabsolut ely opposed to "Australia for thc' white 'man," but it is owing; to the parochial political views! of the Soùthërn papers and politicians that their conception bf Australia! is chief- ly -Sydney; and Melbourne ; ind to a' lesser degree Brisbane ¡ andi Adelaide! They conveniently. forget \ that the Northern Territory; is a poirtion of Australia .. yet it is, made "a-jpart" off Australia. by; . those, eminently res- p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921

GATHERING AT FANNY BAY and DEPARTURE OF MATARAM By Mr. R. Roher - on - SALE AT "STANDARD OFFICE Mrs .G. ROSS CAVENAGH STREET. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING. Smart Millinery, Crepc-do-Chent, Fancy Voiles, Silks, and Paney Goods, Etc. All Orders Promptly Attended To SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Telephone No. iii. PEARSE! Getting constant supplies of PRIME PINE CREEK BEEF and selling it at 8d. .NUFF SED. THE M NORTHERN STANDARD." Is Published every ' TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY. At the Office, Wood Street, Darwin. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. The Subscription Rates ere as fol- lows : £ s. d. Per Quarter in Advance o io o Per Annum in Advance .. 1 16 o Single Copy ..004 Postage to all parts of the Com- monwealth and Delivery in all parts of the Town included in the above rates. ADVERTISING-CASUAL : £ s. d. Casual Advertisements once, per inch .. ,050 Two insertions, weekly per inch . 080 Three insertions, weekly per inch . o io o Liberal reduction for greater space Rates for Standing Advertisements on a...

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THE NEW MOVEMENT. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921

THE NBWX MOVEMENT. (To the Editor ) , Sir,-Hats off to the suggestion made by Alf. Pain re "Anti-Taxat- ion" fund. Alf has his nut screwed on right If his advice was followed plus thc "boodle" then I am con- vinced wc will live to see the day (or at least our children will) that he disgrace of the men that have been gaoled will be multiplied by thc achievements of the fund that "was' started by Alf Pain. If those hard head, liberty fighters, who mean well, would only hand over that £250 to Alf, then wc could sit back in contentment for at least one ger eration. I here and now propose that "Alf and the Rev. Light be appoint- ed joint secretaries, that Porter and Barnicott be president and vice president respectively, that thc Ad- ministrator be patron-the .appoint- ment to be for life and at the death of the patron the job to go to the lext of kin. Then a committee of say five Messrs. Partridge, Coni jrave, Mrs. Litchfield, Billy- Shep« herd and Wyatt. If the above team were given un...

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COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921

COUNCIL MEETING. A special meeting ol thc Darwin i'own Council was called lor Tnurs day after noon by the iviayor to con- sider thc iJrait Ordinance and xor proceedings ior thc recovery of .^tos in arrears. Present, Cr. Bur .0:1 (Mayor), Crs. Cant and Pearse. i ..J i'own ^ierk stated that he lu» j sent due notices of the meeting to ac Government nominees, but Cr. .vitherden had notified by telephone hat morning that he would not be resent. Cr. Christie was also ab- sent. The meeting then resolved itself o a meeting of elected members. On the motion of Cr. Pearse se- conded by Cr. Cant the Mayor, Cr. burton was voted to the chair. Cr. Pearse rising said these were inusual proceedings. The Mayor ad called a meeting at the request ->f the elected members of the Coun- cil to consider the advisability of unending the constitution. All the elected members were present and if he nominees were not here they nust put up with the consequences. rf all the members of the Council '.'splayed t...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921

We understand that plans for up to-date baths will arrive next mail from South. Thc plans provide for io feet of water in the baths at low tide.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 25 June 1921

j FRESH OYSTERS FOR SALE. . i A consignment of Fresh Oysters ] j from Fort Essington will arrive in j Darwin in a few days. Orders may be left at Bob Lee's, Shoemaker, ! Cavenagh Street. Price 7s 6d. TAKEN from Caretaker's Quart <ers, Town Hall, Morton's "Elements of Geology." Any person having it in their possession please return to j CHARLES A! JAMESON. I fr-_ GRAND PICTURE ENTERTAINMENT. For the purpose of raising funds !. purchase a piano for the DARWIN HOSPITAL will be he!d in the Don Stadinm «a ' WEDNESDAY, JULY 6th. Seats may be reserved at Adams f and Foster's. K. DEMPSEY. "* ' " Hon. Secretary. THE "ROYAL LEVER" WATCH KEPT IN ORDER FREE OF CHARGE FOR THREE YEARS. You could not make a sounder ia vestment than this. The guarantee is practical proof of our confidence in this watch, which stands unequall- ed for durability and perfect timekeeping. Same grade of movement ir» every model. Nickel Open Face, Screw Case, ?. Nickel Hunting Case, ogs. Silver Hunting Case, £...

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IRELAND TRAIN DERAILED. FORTY SOLDIERS INJURIED. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

IRELAND. ' TRAIN DERAILED. FORTY SOLDIERS INJURIED. LONDON, Saturday. I Sinn Feiners derailed a train near Dandalk which was conveying troops in connection with the King's visit to Belfast. The train toppled ^ver an embankment. Forty sold- ées are reoorted injured and eighty u or ses destroyed.

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CRICKET. AUSTRALIANS v NOTTINGHAM McCARTNEY'S GREAT SCORE. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

CRICKET. AUSTRALIANS v NOTTINGHAM -MCCARTNEY'S GREAT SCORE. LONDON* Saturday. The Australians started a match against Nottingham on Saturday. ' Armstrong, Mayne, Collins and Car- ter are not playing. Au^ralia, first innings: Bardsley b Kiclmiond o; Andrews c Oates b Barrett 29; Taylor c Why sall b Bar- rett 50; Pellew c Oates b Staples 100; McCartney Ibw Hardstaff 345; Gregory c Gunn b Hardstaff 19; Ryder b Hardstaff 29; Hendry not 1 out 20; Oldfield not out 14; sundries 111. Total 7 for 60& Australia all out 675. Oldfield b ¡ Staples 40; Hendry stumped Oates m Hardstaff 51; McDonald b Hard | staff 1; Mailey not out o; sundries 20. < Nottingham all out in the first innings for 58. Second Innings all out 100. Bowling: first innings, Gregory 4 I for 23; McDonald 3 for 24; Mailey 2 for 1. Australia won by an innings and 117 runs.

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Latest Telegrams ALL AUSTRALIAN CONGRESS. BASIC WAGE COMMISSION FINDINGS ADOPTED. ONE BIG UNION FORMED. THE TERRITORY TAXATION QUESTION DISCUSSED. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

tatest Telegrams ALL AUSTRALIAN CONGRESS. BASIC WAGE COMMISSION FINDINGS ADOPTED. ONE BIG UNION FORMED. T-HE TERRITORY TAXATION QUESTION DISCUSSED. ADELAIDE, Saturday. The AU ' Australian Trades, Con- gress passed a îesolution adopting ' the findings of the Federal Basic Wage Commission in its entirety and calls upon the Ministers of the ' Federal and State Governments to take the necessary steps to give all workers the benefit of the wage pre- scribed. A motion was carried lirg- j ing abolition of late shopping. For-1 ther assisted immigration was op- posed. A deputation was appointed to wait, on the Federal Government j urging the commencement of nat ! ipnal works so as to absorb the on- j ' employed. Important recommenda- I tions were adopted advising ways I and means of bringing about the socialisation of industry, production, ' distribution, and exchange. The Congress endorsed self-determina? tion for Ireland. ADELAIDE, Monday. The Labor Conrress now sitting in Melbourne decide...

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THE KING CONGRATULATED. LLOYD GEORGE'S OFFICIAL MESSAGE. LONDON, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

THE KING CONGRATULATED. LLOYD GEORGE'S OFFICIAL MESSAGE; I LONDON, Saturday. I Lloyd George's official message congratulating the King and Queen on the result of the Irish visit states uo one but the King ^ could evoke such a response. No effort Was lack- ing on the part of the Ministers to bring Northern and Southern Ire- land together in recognition of the common Irish responsibility and trust that from now onwards a new spirit of forbearance and accommo- dation will breathe over the troubled .waters of the Irish question.

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SEA MYSTERY. FIVE SHIPS DISAPPEAR. WASHINGTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

SEA MYSTERY. FIVE SHIPS DISAPPEAR. WASHINGTON, Friday. The Commerce Department at Washington reports that five steam- ers have mysteriously disappeared off Cape Hateras during the last three months. The schooner "Deer- ing" sailed ashore recently with nothing aboard except a parrot.. Foul play is suspected. The mystery is tantalising because all the disap- pearances were in a calm sea and clear weather. All the crews are missing. ' A bottle found aboard the .> "Deering " stated that the vessel had tabeen ?ca{>túred by ian-, oil burning 1 boat and that everything was 1>eing . taken'off and that the crew who were handcuffed, had no escape. The mysteries are deepened by subse- quent reports that the vessels mis- sing include the Heweii, Albyn and Yute. The Government has declined to announce the names of the others. American warships are searching the locality. The British Admiralty and the French Ministry of Marine have been asked to assist. Gun running to Ireland is suggeste...

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SUPPORT YOUR PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

SUPPORT YOUR PAPER. Workers support your own paper, financially and morally. It is the best-weapon of defence you have. The day you capture the press of Australia that day . you will ' be emancipated. ' * The press to-day is an "ins'trc-ticn for supposing the truth. Because of the TRUTH your own paper will have t*> fiVht for its existence; it is up to the workers.

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THE UNION AND THE ORANGES. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

THE UNION AND THE ORANGES. (To the Editor). Sir,-In a letter in the "Times," signed by "Fair Play," he states "when riding- along the line (rail- way), I .saw a nice crop of madarin oranges. Just a strong weakness (Irish again) of minc I at once was Dut for a good feed. When I en- quired the price I was told: 'I can- not sell them; the Union will not al- low mc to sell any fruit.'" Now, Mr. Ed'tor, the vabove did not happen as MY GARDEN IS UNDER QUARANTINE. But "Fair Play" may be one ol the members of the A.W.U. that put , this restriction on me some nine years ago, and now blames the A.W. U. "Fair Play" says one man, one job is a union principle, and I agree that it is, and a good one too. Now, Mr. Editor, please put this in print, "That the A.W.U. has never spoken , to me re selling of fruit in any shape ,or form." Yours, etc., T. FLYNN.

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JAPAN AND AMERICA MANOEUVRING STRANGE MOVEMENTS IN THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. AUSTRALIA KEENLY INTERESTED. LONDON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

JAPAN AND AMERICA MAN ,;-??.«? OEUVRING STRANGE MOVEMENTS IN THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS. AUSTRALIA KEENLY INTER- ESTED. LONDON, Friday. Great secrecy is being maintained ' in official circles in Tokio regarding the South Sea Islands. Though act- ual fortifications have not been at- tempted, moves, which is regarded as important are taking place in connection with the Foreign Office plan to turn the islands over to the Colonial Department. ' The adminis- tration base, Caroline Islands, has ¡¡"been moved to Pelew, New Philllp ines, where Japan has constructed j an .important harbour and other im- ¡. provèmènts on their own oroperty. The . American Naval authority points out that the Pelew base will menace American traffic to the Phillipinc, via San Bernardio Straits which alone would be available in event of war as Japan would con- trol the Luzon route. Another im ' portant change affecting the Mar- shall Islands is the movement of the administrative base from Japnit to Woltze, near Honolu...

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GLEANINGS FROM VICTORIA RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

3LEANINGS FROM VICTORIA RIVER. .> We understand that Mr. Harold Àeid, formerly manager at Lumby '.ma Station is now manager of Aw vergne Station, in place of the late Vfr. Neil Durack, who was drowned -it the Ord River Crossing recently. Mr. Jack Barry who is well known :n Darwin has taken Mr. Reid's olacc as manager of Lumbyuna. Messrs. Miller Bros., of "Brad shaw's Run*" left by the last train for their country. We have been* in- formed there- has been a few matters -equiring adjustment between them and Mr. Keleino whc formerly own- ed this station.

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PROSPECTING FOR OIL IN WEST AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

PROSPECTING FOR OIL IN WEST AUSTRALIA ! . . - ' ! W estralian Minister for Mines | Scaddan has arranged to send an of- j I ficer of the Geological Department ! to Kimberley to investigate the re- j ported discovery of mineral oil.. A j resident of Broome some weeks ago submitted ten samples of earth, sand, and water, in eight of which the West Australian Government Asscyist reported that mineral oil was present.

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ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. BRITAIN'S INTENTION TO RENEW. WASHINGTON, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

ANGLO-JAPANESE TREATY. BRITAIN'S INTENTION TO RENEW. WASHINGTON, Friday. A Washington telegram states, that- it is understood Britain will notify Japan shortly -of her intention to renew the treaty. j The American State Department has been assured that Britain will protect the United . States by the introduction of an amendment re- leasing Britain from participation In any possible Japan-American war.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

A. E. JOLLY 6- Goy. (ESTABLISHED illi) I General Merchants & Importers SHIPPING, STATION, INSURANCE and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS \ CORNER 0? 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., Arriviig by Every Boat A, F JOLLY y Coy., The Corner Store"] . \¡¿

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