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Latest Cables GREECE REJECTS ALLIES OFFER. WILL FIGHT FOR HER RIGHTS ATHENS, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

Latent Cables GREECE REJECTS ALLIES OFFER; WILL FIGHT FOR HER RIGHTS ATHENS, Saturday. Athens reports that the Greeks have declined the offer of Allied In- tervention and proposed suspension of hostilities. Greece she is confid- ent she can fight successfully for her J rights and will not shirk the necess- I ary sacrifice.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
RALPH FRENCH RETURNING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

RALPH FRENCH RETURNING/ His many friends will be pleased to learn that Mr. Ralph French, who recently had his leer amputated in St. Vincent's Hospital, is now jn an in- valid chair and improving rapidly. He expects to return to Darwin by t the uejrt steamer. *

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
LOCAL CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

LOCAL CRICKET. _i ' The following are the scoresj-fa the cricket match played between two ' teams /captained by Messrs. Godfrey and Young, on the Ovaron Saturday afternoon .last: Godfrey's team, first innings: ¡Mc- Millan W. b Fleming 16; McMillan 0. b Young is; Cameron retired 32; Cracknell c Harris b Lampe ai; Quigley b Widdy, 11;. Godfrey,, e Tones b Widdy 4; Mousher b Flém-, ing o; Ward not out 4; Cummings ^ le-Lee'b Widdy oj Çonlin retired SS»"^ sundries 15. Tota 173. 5 Bowling: Fleming 2 for 22; Widdy ,, î for 2; Young 1 for 33; Lampe t Í, ror ss; Swinbourne o for 14; Jones* ) > for 28; Lee o for 4. Young's* Team,- first innings: ^ ".ampe c Cameron b Conlin 54? ' I-leming c W. McMillan b Cracknel j ">; Brennan b W. McMillan 1; Younga 4j 'ot out 25; Widdy not out 2; sun- , dries 21. 3 wickets for 112. Bowling: Cracknell Î for là; Con-, <?{ "n 1 for 25; W. McMillan 1 for 25t f Godfrey o for r«; McMillan o for rs- j* \ '<

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
WITHDRAWN! [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

WITHDRAWNl The notice muícr clause 50A of the Income Tax Assessment Aft, whereby the "Dirty Bird" was ap- pointed to collect our cobber Fred- die's long-overdue tax has been withdrawn. Evidently those in local authority are a law unto themselves, and are displaying a weak-kneed policy of vindictiveness in sending the hostile section of the community , to gaol and pardoning the class that kow-tcw.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REPLY TO FR. McCARTHY. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

REPLY TO FR. lfcCARTHY. f To the Editor ) ,Sir,~I crave a small pojrtion of 'your7space to reply to Father Mc- Carthy's0 remariai ' at- last »dights -neeting.irThe four questions < askcd v^ere;-1. ICwe could prove corrup- - uón against the -, Government - a. If ve had tried constitutional means ind failed. 3. Whether we have any :hance of success. 4. Whether we lave'the backing of the intelligent .ectioh of the community, j * ? * ' In reply to the above I say* ist. This Government has been corrupt fight through, vizt War Precautions \ct used when it suits them against he people when there is not a state var, Censorship of our telegrams nd" the wheat and wool pools, and he illegal collecting of* taxes by the lilitary authorities in Darwin. - 2nd. Vbout 4 years ago we sent a petn» ion asking for representation and ave since had, various members peaking in ' our favour* in , both .ousès without effect. 3rd. "There :s always a chance while there is 'ife and we intend to win. ...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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A STRAIGHT LINE AND A COOKED PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

A STRAIGHT LINE AND A tOOKBD PLOT. ~7~-r Says the Adelaide "Register.": ii the latest enquiry into the Nor- thern Territory and its railway can- not be described as an "inquest," ¡t is not because, political intrigue« in* competence and apathy have dot done their worst to kill the empty »o»-th. South Australia mad« so pie N tence to develop the Territory ou «. grand scale; but at least it gave the country represented in" a measure '01 settlement , and stable and orderly Government. The Commonwealth under successive administrations has provided a method of 'bureaucratic colonization by officials, and a comic opera judical system. The wonder is not that the Territory . has not thrive«, under this treatment, but that it HAS SURVIVED A% ALL. "the "revolution" might be regarded as a morbid' manifestation of the continued existence of a population, which ought long before to ' haVe died from the combined effects 'of JNANITIOK, NEGLECT, ANT MISGOVERÎîMÈNT. However, the Territory is. not ex...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

HE ACE PROGRESS PATRIOTISM FREEDOM i ¡j FRATERNITY i '- .. ¡FAIR PLAY

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MORE ELOQUENT IN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

MORE ELOQUENT IN DEATH. Says "Jean" in the "Bulletin": une of the millions of goats on Thursday Island died in the main street and forthwith became more eloquent in death than it had been in life. The duty of removal lay with the Town Council, but no move was^ made and even a letter from Nor$ man Markwell, as Hcaith Officer,? Jrawing attention to the nuisance.' produced no result. Three dayé, elapsed in which the tropical sun; did'nt add to Billy's native sweet- ness. On the fourth day the mem- bers of the Town Council had ?ar launch picnic to a neighbouring Is- land. In their absence someone dragged the hairy bit of gorgonzola down to the Council Chambers and tied it to the door knob with* a-cardî attached conveying the Heàltlî'Of:| ficers compliments. >> '?*

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

We are in receipt of information from Melbourne that Parliament I meets to-day (Tuesday) and may prorogue about the middle of July.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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BIG PUBLIC MEETING The People Refuse to Cringe The Plot That Failed Meeting Re-Affirms Previous Decision [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

ti1, l BIG PUBLIC MEE TING The People Refuse to Cringe , The Plot That Failed i ! --- ' Meeting 'Re-Affirms Pre-j vious Decision ' As the result of the following ad- vertisement published in both local papers on.Saturday last, that "A meeting will be held in the Town Kail» on Monday/night, June 27th ati 8 p.m., to which the public are cor- dially invited to hear an explana- tion of a petition proposed to be presented to the Hon. the Minister for Home and Territories. The 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." a large audience assembled at the Town Hall last night A big proportion of those present were un- able to gain admission and thronged the doorways. A large number of ladies were noticeable among the audience. The Mayor (Cr. Burton) briefly outlined the objects of the meeting, i Mr. Roberts said they were,there that evening to place a petition be- fore the meeting for them to con* ...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADDITIONAL DONATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

. ADDITIONAL DONATIONS. Tom Campbell £i, Mrs. E. W. Pearse 2nd in stat. £i, A. Towns 2nd instal. £i, .Miss Wilson £2 2$, Sympathiser T £1.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IN DOUBT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

IN DOUBT. A correspondent writes:- "Why is ! Vestey's meatworks painted black ? , Is it because it is a dead industry or a dead meat industry?" Perhaps some of our readers can supply an answer to the inquisitive one. We have re* reached the query column stage vet. I

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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DARWIN'S BEST FARCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

' DARWIN'S BEST FARCE. u. v Tammany Roberts made his bow Y . 'te^th* Darwin public last evening m¡ffá: reminded $he public of one of -ttsdaira Tuss«id's automatons save f i be lacked the celebrity qualification, » "What £ver possessed the Adminis- tration to pat forward* such' a "dead .marine," the "Rajah" alone knows. Surely the ^Government, in seeking for a climb'down, could have picked out a person^with a little acumen and tact The whole meeting re r%minded one of mother trying to get Jittle Ian to take a nasty dose of " physic and putting the sugary make* '.believe on, before his eyes. Granted , the Robertian standard is zero, still «ne can't forgive tjhe "Government , for displaying its utter 'want of in t efficiency on such a move. How can it be trusted in' the higher phases of administration when it uses th<* dust ^fseap for pressing matters? Sincer 1 ^îty-kev note of all causes-was ut terly lacking. /Robert's parroted a time, tried a wooden chestnut and fizzed out...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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THE NORTHERN STANDARD, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

M2 iNJÍtraSiN 3TA3DA3D, TUESDAY, JUNE 28» i9zi. f /* > Stand [by the Kigfct, condemn the Wrong, not ia * ¿¿tim ui uusoiuy bat tnat toe CYU um>jr te UWUJ*«Í into good.

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MRS. C. DARCY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

MRS. C. DARCY. We are "sorry to heaF that Mrs. C. Darcy has\ met^with an imparment of-the eye^ and is1^ undergoing ttreat tnt in ayP«th hospital. Mrs. C. rcy will be best remembered by a Circus fame. We trust that the in- fliction is only temporary and look forward to hear of Mrs. Darcy complete recovery.

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A CURT REFUSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

A CURT REFUSAL. At the meeting in the Town Hall Hall Mr. O'Halloran was attempting to read out the proposed petition to the audience he was subject to, in- cessant heckling and interruption, making it impossible for the aud- ience to hear the contents. This morning a representative of the "Standard" called on Mr. Roberts and asked for a copy of the petition for publication, but was met with aN point blank refusal. Mr. Roberts eating he was too busy at the time ?<: he had to be at the Court by io a.m. Asked when he would be able to get a copy our representative was told by Mr. Roberts, followed by a curt "Good morning," that he was too busy even to trouble about it. . f

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DELICATE POSITION. LABOR GOVERNMENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

DELICATE POSITION. LABOR GOVERNMENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. SYDNEY, Monday. ' The New South Wales Govern- ment is in a delicate position, through, having lost two supporters by . the deaths of Brookfield and Kearsley. Nominations must be ready immediately the House meets , or the Government-may face defeat. There is still doubt about. Brook field's successor, but the Speaker must accept the Premier's nominatr ion whoever that may be. i - I

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TO SOOTHE THE PAIN. COMPARISON OF "STANDARD" AND "TIMES." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

TO SOOTHE THE PAIN. COMPARISON OF "STANDARD" AND "TIMES." The following figures compiled ' from the last three issues of the "Standard" and "Times" newspapers will give readers some idea of what they pay for and receive :-Reading matter, other than Territory, "Stan- dard" 24.76, "Times" 10.72; Terri- tory news, "Standard" 33.34, "Times" 11.41; Standing advertisements, "Standard" 38.19, "Times" 40.50; local casual advts., "Standard" 3.71. "Times,, 2.18; Reading matter print- ed and purchased in Melbourne, "Standard" 0.0; "Times" 9.27; dif- ference in size of paper, "Standard" 100.00, "Times"74.o8; Total'inches "Standard" 1296, "Times" 960. The difference in favor of the "Standard" is 336 inches or 25.92 per cent. This speaks for itself!

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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PETITION LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

PETITION LIST. T. Maher D. Malcom P. Hayes Joe Smith W. Urwin H. Bycrlee T. Gill

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LIBERTY CAMPAIGN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 28 June 1921

LIBERTY CAMPAIGN NOTES. The visiting members of the Cam- paign Committee reported at Fri- day night's meeting that all the im- prisoned men were in good health and spirits and Messrs. Ardill, Cox, and Watts are looking forward to their y release next Wednesday. A few items were required and were duly ordered and sent out on Saturday morning. Seeing that card playing is pro- hibited by the Authorities the pris- oners desired a cricket set which was duly donated and sent out last Wednesday. The prisoners desired that their hearty thanks be forwarded to all who have so kindly contributed eat rbles, etc. which are very much appreciated.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
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