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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

M. B. WILSON, Général Storekeeper and Agent VICTORIA RIVER DEPOT.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
OUR MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

OUR MISSION. We ( deem it unnecessary to offer ' any apology for the publication of the "Northern Standard," notwith standing that it sees the light ot journalistic day at a time when the' social and political sky is gloomy,! and the , industrial horizon is ren- dered indesccrnible and clouded by' chronic and artifical abstacles, which not only distract but discourage.; We offer no ^apology because the gen- eral public ' has - long pronounced^ it a necessity; we offer no apology because a fearless; impartial and progressive newspaper is the most powerful lever which can be applied towards the vindication of right and the denunciation of wrong - to- wards the social, material and mental elevat'on of the people, and the, de- velopment of our'country towards a higher goal of prosperity and free- dom. ' ? I < A by no means unimportant justi- fication for the appearance of the "Northern Standard" is the natural desire of all good citizens to see clean, honorable journalism. Lo...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
A WORD OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

,', .?,'.? '"i '- .*,J ' i UM publie who aova bes* ix***; .Oily waiting for AP, a «ni|< >^ - the «Normo« St«««all* wwl ia pleased to have their: iifirtefrfri realised hy its appearance to-éay, though it ii oe^ssarily hot a;,poór sample of what it w*l»e In the fat-, **** ' ' ^' . A. , "A > ^ T?fw have airy »sa, outside of newspaper me« of what has to he done before' »^lka*M eau tone place ; and when to this Is added the hailding of new ornees, waiting ior machine parts and supples and Ino' complète overhaul as wetf as erec- tion of complicated ' machinery it witt be seen ahnost sopernussan work baa been accomplished for such an isolated place. We have still to 'wait for a se- cond operator (who wiÖ arrive by Uta* boat) and so whfle» we.do our besth is not certain that for a few weeks we wfll be able to bring out , the roll quota of three issues weekly, V at least up io the sUndard of merit we .have set ourselves. We take thfo c^portuuiçr on he half of the Proprietary...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
THE SHIPPING DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

THE SHIPPING DISPUTE;. The shipping deadlock still con- tinues, the shipowners still insisting Jn the Seamen's Union giving guar- antees. The Secretary of,the Trades Hall Council at Melbourne remarked that it was a great pity such,a small ssue should carry with it all 'the pot ¿ntialities' of a great industria Tup íeaval. The unions are working for a* settlement and :he seamen may le «iK»d to give guarantees. , ' ' ' 1

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
THE NORTHERN STANRARD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

I THE NORTHERN STANRARD, 1 <> ? SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1921. . s _ Stand by the Right,-condemn the Wrong, not in a spirit of hosftihty but that the evil may be changed in- to | good. V i

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
LIBERAL DISCONTENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

LIBERAL DISCONTENT. I Vardon,'Liberal member for Sturt, I [in the State legislature, has been I selected1 to fill the vacancy in the Senate, caused by the death of-Sen* ator Gutherie. ' Strong' disapproval has been expressed by the National Party. J ' i r ' ! i

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
OVER 22 OZS TO TON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

oyèk'lttOzs'TÔ TON. Calgoorlie ; reports that > a parcel oi 3;tons of ore from M'Cahon's mine t, Mount Monger yielded 886 ozs ii //ts of bullion over the plates.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
INCREASE FOR WATERS[?]RS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

INCREASE, FOR' WATERS! fFKS'| The'Port Adehide, Branch oí tne' Waterside Workers have accepted die employers' offer of 2i odper ;s gd an hour from five till midnight^ 4S 6d! from midnight - to seven and )S 6d for holidays and Sundays. These .urns represent an "allround increase. , i <

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
TEAM FOR ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

i TEAM FOR ENGLAND. | , The 'Australian Eleven wij¿w'leave »yduey for England in Maï^n, the dayers!1for whom passages, have, .een booked'are Armstrong, Ryder, McDonald, Mayne, Victoria ; Pellew, >,A.>; Collins Bardsley, Gregory, Old icld, Carter, Taylor, Kelleway, An- drews, Mailey, arid MacCartney, N.S. Wales. [ x Í > ' i

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
THE TEST TEAM EULOGISED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

THE TEST TEAM EULOGISED: J-, i, f . i. . ' 3 Armstrong, 'captain of the Austra- lian Eleven,'which won the fourth .est match by. eight wickets, is being instintedly eulogised by the British »ress ' and public. One London >apersays he seems to have an ele s ren who are ,not only inspired by his genius but are willing workers for , lim to the last ounce of their stam- ina. ["I]; ...I ,'\ * . , . I MfrUTi

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Facts, Freaks and Frauds Focus'd [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

Facts, Freaks and Frauds Focus'd (BY fXrjriW The "Prohibition" claquer» down South would be very annoyed if they» knew the kind of argument put np by their ilk in' Darwin. The 18-cartt j champions say that)the shorter we j hours of open hotels the less the cop* ' sumption of " poison ;" local victims ' of the " White Ant" disease say Dar winites, who have the shortest drink- ing hours in the world» are the great- est boozers. Funny ! " Uionism and Labor organisation have done much for the Northern worker. Nowhere in v e Common- wealth are there such good wages and working conditions ; and to the »crcdiit of the men and women con- cerned» be it said» that nowhere in the Commonwealth is charity, or any good cause so promptly responded to financially. Anil yet there are " Bad- gers n a burrow" who; while »hey profit by these conditions; haven't a good word to say for those wfcv help to maintain them. > . * * . One of the,most glaring instances of Governmental blundering is the halfr...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

'*'*-.' - ïv.'. f \i ' .? ^ M%!>^-s i "M- -f.* -"-"n'U1*",!T 9 m THE Is Published Every ;\ ^ TUESDAY; THURSDAY & SATURDAY At the Office, Wood StrèejÉ Da/win. V SUBSCRIPTION RATES. - . I' J- > ^ The Subscription rates are as follows : Per Quarter in Advance ^\ -?**$^%'-0 , Per Annum in Advance . ,; ^ i iß Io \!v ¿ingle Copy ' .''° '¿ 'V.'" Postage to all parts of the Commonwealth and Delivery ' in all parts of the Town; included in above Rates ; j« ADVERTISING^GASÜAL :^ ,. . * - V . 4;"^'- -??..?*<v?*iC » Casual Advertisements oifce, per inch o -¡fc\9p v Two Insertions weekly, x " ,. ^°' .l,^^tMj Three- ,. "* ,. ¿, 'o' f^)í¿o{ Liberal Réduction for Greater Space Rates for Standing .Advertisements on Application s \ * '. " * \ .. ./'*v*' ' One full day's notice for any change of Advertising matter ' ^ - "- ; i i .». -r »m* -* ¿S ''": ;. ' fe "Nbrijhern átár^ároY' Has a bona-fide circulation reaching practically every Unionist and every Home, and resident of th...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

m m ilili^Kîli ÊIIÊÊÊÊÊÊÊÊM '#^4^^^^^Äl mv,^. rx-i-a ERNITY *r Í ¿f- \ FAJS^LAY .»" V. y\

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
CANDID CRITICISMS. Give a Dog a Name. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

CANDID CRITICISMS; jGfere^t Dog a Name, 1 , ÍApst people who have, come to .Darwin of late have met with reve- lations; or surprises; of a compara- tively agreeable natura For a con- siderable time Darwin's o * n " Black lie factory* bas been busy traducing to Southerners-and even-to outside peoples-everything connected with Darwin; particularly everything con- nected with its industrial life. The public have ben persistently told thal Darwin is run by a " Soviet;" that the workers are loafers, whose obscenity and'demoralisation arc equalled only by their adeptness in "going slow ;" that the backward state of the Terri- tory is/due^o the workers' dereliction I and despotism; and in general;that it / Is no place for anyone to come to who has any progressive ambitions' or( " who desires to be à good useful citi- zen. Surety the greatest crime ^against patriotism and citizenship duty is that which arises from a spiteful and malicious penchant for, misrepresentation and slander-from án ...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

Call and See . 4 .* MARRY «RIBBON. 1 Í Gilirri Cash. SttniMptr, u°' " l " " * * -, " \ ; 1->W - 'Auctioneers Valuator, House & Commission Agent; &c. * >^ - CAVENAGH áTREET, DARWIN ~*1 ^ Best Stocks» >? Best Quality.\ Lowest Prices, JW li ' ';.>:».,..- irniM m ' ?.' . , . Special Attention Gi vén to Country Oiders Fhonef No. ni. ? ;;W1NG WAH LOONG and" Co. IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Fresh Shipmeits of Groceries k Provisions Every Boat A, Large assortment of Drapery, Footwear, Tobaccos, Pipes, Cigars and Cigarettes always ' on Hand. Fancy Work' Goods, Chinese Silver, Ivory and Pearlshell ' Novelties in variety _y \ ClnatM Sills-A Fuie MW Assortant Jest to HuJ * ? iiii , ^ BRANCHES. AT-Pine Creek, Northern Territory, Broome, W.A.? Sydney, N.S.WT ! WING WM I00NÖ & GO;, CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Telephone No. 14. , Telephone No. 14. Ç. YAM YAN & CO. CEKMÍ STORIKEEKI, Cavenagh Street, Darwin. vii^ftAÍHNESB'Aiíb EUROPEAN!GOODS OE AtL...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

Fang Chong Lóong , & Go" : TAILORS DRAPERS AND MERCERS ! ; : ?' ;; t Shop is situated on South v side ?f ' street ; a few doors from Esplanade Carner Large Stocks of Suitings, Shirtings and Dress" Materials. Tropical Suit- ings and Pith Helmets a Spectator. Hats, Boots, Shoes, Sox, etc Silks, Crepes, Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk Shirts, Kimonas, Dungarcs, Cheese- cloths, Netting and dress adapted for use of Natives, all &\> to make up the Stock of this Modern Establishment. MODERATE CHARGES Repairs cf all kinds also undertaken NOTE-Older s from Country Res- idents unable tj visit Darwin promp- tly attended to. Good fitting suits mabe where only usual size worn (as No. 5 or 6) is given; but where more exactness is required the following measurements may be sent. For coat: (i) neck; (2) round chest un- der, armpits ; (3) round shoulders and chest ; (4) from point of shoul- der to elbow ; (5 ) from elbow to wrist; (6) round waist; (7) for length from 'top of shoulder as ...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
DRY ROT AND ITS REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

DRY ROTUND ITS REMEDY. 'l, Those who havef followed the his- tory of the Northern Territory through its tortncus and neglected existence; first under South Austra- j Hans, and later under Federal man-, ' agement; and particularly those whose interests arc closely allied with , 1 it by the' fact of residence/ must «" have developed a high stage of des ' pair as well aas disappointment at the degree of impotency and paralysis - which has resulted fruin its wet nurs- ing. They must have seen ere this that it is being made a scapegoat of; so to speak; ahd that it is being steadily saddled with an ever increa^ . ing debt or deficit which futur;e generations will find an intolerable burden; and a block to development. - No' serious atempt has ever been made to introduce genuine setlcment; notwithstanding the vaunted exprès« *sions of patriotism and of the neces- sity for defence. It has been made , a State niobe-a sort of "No man's land" where monopply is paramount -and,reproductive indus...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
NEWSPAPERS AND NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

..NEWSPAPERS AND NEWS- PAPERS. The.tendency of newspapers of late years has been towards bulk and dis- play, without due consideration for the quality and quantity of reading matter. The idea seems to be that if a newspaper is padded up with dis- played advertisements-in reality but producing comparatively little rev- enue-the paper concerned is an ac- knowledged advertising medium, and hence a success. This is an imposi- tion on the readers, who are univer- sally crying out for literature for their money and not for waste paper. Journal sized newspapers in particu- lar, lend themselves to this dece tion, the turning over of a number of indescriminate advertisement pages giving the appearane of at least good quantity. The "Standard" aims at going back to the firsjt principles of newspaper running, namely, the sup- ply of a maximum of useful reading matter and limited advertising, also useful in character, as a secondary faeture. The size and form of the Standard" are with the specia...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
THE "STANDARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

THE -STANDARD- GEKSftAL ».-./ PLATFOEM. / l Besides oafOJyins a^aoral neim T. current critiques the "Stat^ advocate inter alia» the^ihwU^ ; !V'r%l*/^^^' of all Nations. ^'-T-'<-0 :-X-'m^W% s Austrahaaa Setf earliett opportune date. Democratic, a* against tie methods aid privileges. .;? >.4;';-'^V''.':3-:: -The **(*.*'' of; vreaamv over prejudice an*SBignt.. ".'..? :3li:;?f-i| r Vii^ao* Mérite «Natiw :. iud¡vufuufe>'-llia-;: aptav stesMUf«:>. of '^n^-M, ices and, IdeoV « *** cawTl* Í Bt-*- '.l ..'-??'. v ??:':'yj.-*-<.w-:fà '. Uborideah. aimed at with Ms.»^ gai«, tor- roPfMoa, an« snorn»^som .,., «wea- ;\: :, ? ,.,' M :^<-;^H^>^:má^a Al^nltic^ of niano>i^ suis of effort 'A^.;^: S^llt^-^P : ' <*iteión* ofv iftlolùte» JuoJomto3a*d ^ 11irsSriSmiU,;; JJWggi^B^^^ .**mu> -,^^^^*^**iT ' .? .'i^^*: \* '?-'^?^^^-^^W^^^T^'t^fflo*^riyi!f; > aeiencev..- ,.<.;.v;;^.¿ ?..??.#. '<S^--.---:CX:- -,¿^$¿^.^1.. I»vt«&...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 February 1921

W^^m^^^^^^^^M^ÊMMB l< YAMAMOTO. Japanese Store M * - <kk V 1- ' I 1 ;"**.. Afr Vuliätf ' «f,fl¡r tatest, Japanese Novtities b j "> ; Fâchions, ./. \ \ r ' Curios, ^ 5 , ' i. - r I -J Fancy Gí^dás J. Up-to-Date Style* ia ' 1 WEAR-WELL SHIRTS, / PYJAMAS, KIMONAS; etc., etc. I Fteth Supplies at our Best ^.'ifi^/^lî*::'??.-".? '-.-..;? .*-.?-,-:;^;":-' ??-.? ; . >:-;''l . vi V-"vf.»:V." .? ii ::?-.? .*; -^ ií-¿sn^w^rw»mni ..».:# :!&>& , Ointe Ulli Ä. «PIP2*® WSSM..^. bon't Forger to Drop into Alipio's Saloon when yon want a Hair Cut or " ". ¡ a Good Shave - < .H " ^rios a Specialty Snells Cleaned an# ' Polished' ."T1 nit DO* p;cru3EG Darwin's Only Amusement At tlie Stadium every ) SATURDAY NIOHT Obx Plan at Adams & Foster's The Best and Latest Films Received^ Regularly -?.-???? ' \ After1 the Pictures, or Before, have a Cooler at VICTQRS Most Popular Drinks in Town ail off the Ice. * Confettionery, Tobacco *nd ? CJgar...

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