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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 March 1921
The inaugural meeting of the new- ly-formed Darwin Band of Hope was ; held in -, the Methodist Church on ¡Tuesday night j Mr. H.; Gordon Butler delivered .an interesting address on the pro igress being made throughout Aus- tralia by the Temperance movement, ¿and emphasised , the advisability of ..all young folks.' becoming members. &lt; An enjoyable programme of vocal and instrumental music was provided ¡and the Sunday School children con- tributed as well as some well-known jadult singers. , -r .- ' I The following wire appointed for ¡the ensuing term : President, Mr. !Rcv F. Hof ; vice-Presidents, Messrs pCelsey, Conigrave and Lauder ; Sec- retary, and Treasurer, Mr. Trcgensa ; ^Auditor, Mr. Grant. , ÏÂ£w-suil4L ^
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 March 1921
YEAN YING Bäker, Cavenagh Street, Darwii First-Class Bread, Buns, etc Give us a Trial NOTICE. A MEETING of the BRANCH EXECUTIVE of the A.W.U. will bc held in the Union Office, TUESDAY NIGHT, the 8th March at 8*p m. The Carriers' Section are request- ed to bc represented. H. NELSON. Branch Secretary. FOOTBALL WARÄTAHS V. WANDERERS The above teams will meet on SATURDAY, MARCH 5th, to play the second match of the Finals, j. W. M. PHILLIPS, Sec. N. T. F. League ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT CONCERT The Box Plan for the above will be open at A. E. Jolly and Co..'s on THURSDAY NEXT, March 10th BOOKED SEATS 4s. Early booking is recommended. M. HENDERSON, W. P DEGNIAN, Joint Secretaries. Fang Chong Loong| & Go., TAILORS DRAPERS AND MERCERS Shop is situated on South side of street ; a few doors from Esplanade Corner Laigc ' Stocks of Suitings, Shirtings and Dress Materials. Tropical Suit ings and Pith Helmets a Specialty. Ilats, Boots, Shoes, Sox, etc. Silks, Crepes, Silk Handkerchiefs; Silk S...
Amongst the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 March 1921
Amongst the, Ladies. (By "Little Polly.!') I It is only a boor who would bc so unjust - and. he would have to be even a misiogynist- as, to attempt to deny thc charms of woman, or to repulse that social intercourse which is generally acknowledged to be thc elevator ánd purifier and haló of soc- iety. The fáct is that she is indispen- sable to'' human happiness; as much as she is to regeneration; But unfortunately, like her "wusser " half ? she has! /radiated into endless varie- ties, some of which retain but few, ¡ traces of the original and ideal " min- istering angel." I am- not exactly in accord w th the epigrammatic wom- an as " uncertain,, coy,. and hard to please,, and* variable as the; shade; by I the light, quivering aspen made,",'for thc plain reason that in this respect her very whims are' captivating. But, as I said, there are transform- ed varieties which give one .the cold shivers, apart altogether from any at-> tachments of old-maidism, or fretful- ness, or hen-peck...
ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 March 1921
1 ? \ ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. The following are thc handicaps, just issued : MAIDEN HANDICAP, 75 yards. -Ah Mat, S. Hocking, W. Bruce, H. H. Yates, H. C. Baker, A. Fuss, scr; E. Presley, R. Ardill, J. Uren, A. Walker, 2 yards ; H. Hazeldine, *R. J. Farrar, A. Lawrie, W. H. Blyth, 4 yards ; Don M'Millan, 5 yards. ST. PATRICK'S DAY HDCAP, 120 yards.-Tregenza, Cooper, 2 yds ; A. T. Coniin, 5 yds ; Ah Mat, Dun- can Presley, 6 yds ; S. Hocking, W. Bruce, H. H. Yates, R. Monteith, A. Fuss, 7 yards ; R. G. Ardill, A. Wal- ker, 8 yds-; H. Hazledine, E. Pres- ley, 9 yds ; R. J. Farrar, J. Uren, io yds ; J; Olsen, 14 yds. 440 YARDS HANDICAP.-Tre- genza, Cooper, scr. ; Ah Mat 8 yds ; H. H Yates, D. Presley, W. Lemon, R. Monteith, A. Fuss, io yds ; R. G. Ardill, A. Walker,. 14 yds ; J. Uren, 16 yds ; J. Olsen, 20. D. WATTS, Handicapper. Acceptances due March 12th, 1921, at Pike's Saloon or with the secret- aries.
Spice of Sport. GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 March 1921
Spice of Sport. GENERAL NOTES. Mr. B. D. Nixon was granted reg- istration as a player with the Wara- tah Football Club on Tuesday night. Mr. Max M'Miüan was granted his clearance by the Vestey Club but his playing with the Wanderers was disallowed this season, j The following will carry the colors for the Wanderers in the big foot- ball match to-day:-A. Conlin (Capt), W. M'Millan (Vice-eapt), D. M'Mil- lan, J. Quigleys R. Ardill, R. M'Don ald, A. Fuss, M. Henderson, G. l^owe, R. Thomas, W. Phillips, S. Hannan- ts, A. M'Guire, N. Croft, R. Farrar, C Emery. Emergencies :-G. Ash- j ton, T. Hemmings. I
CANDID CRITICISMS. Why This Thus? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 March 1921
gÂNDID''CRITICISMS. , Why Thir Tlinsî r ' No : ôW will 'accuse the * Sydney ? /^qpme^ o^ImperiaHsnv jingoism iañd} Ä;iay^^ ^artial('to;a province of the Common- j ^^^..w ;tovuu4öub- ! 3^^^^|^uM^i^t^:^H^ ï: Soyicfcvholds ?f/'Jin^y^iiliphzs:. the following ?ex-' traordinary bit of / news, which goesJ ','thc /wholè hog--no lessr^n yindicat-* in g the alleged Soviet, and making, i ; the commandeering Government lbok;. Just about -as inconsistently black- or ': ;brihdi^/Vaá ¿ver Old Nick has; been .. cartooned by experts in the art-^of . ¡ ... taricaiure^'^iiere; .it the. bit ipf hèws: K;direct from, th« tficrosenct page» .ai ?[[\tàvVàaï[?-i-r. :', 'C/ *" . v "News from Papua Upt *etk f|ft' . ; that the: Federa| r income ÉWC >ad j be>n abolished there, in vieîof the ,L V fójpt tliat the* territory has not *ej*r &lt; resentation in parliament. The ;ttx *. it is said, met with a mixecUrC? , , Cí'piion, some of the residents p!ay-J '. »t patriotic "duty dil ring i of income* t...
Hypothetical Happenings. SANDY AND PAT DISCUSS THINGS IN GENERAL (Reported by "The Spook"). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 March 1921
Hypothetiçal Happenings, SANDY AND PAT DI^QUSS THINGS IN GENERAL . ' . . . . . 'k ' ?. _ ; Pat and Sandy were bubbling ap with ¿mirth ks they 1 strolled hoine together after Wednesday 1 night's meeting of "Ratepayers." On, the strength of their temporary exhilar- ation of spirits they, had à " bottle " between them as they were gola¿ by the Victoria, and then the tete-á-tete eloquence of the two Gaels poured out-fast and breezy-they didn't get beyond Holmes' corner for a good Awo hours. * . ' ' And what d'ye think of it all, says Pat " ' - i - - . J - - >. y Aren't they ! daisies, says Sandy. Just fancy passing over me and you -and we ratepayers. I've seen a; bit of thimble rigging in ny time, Pft, but the Darwin Vere dé Veres taite ¿he cake. \ But did you notice the "Warwick ism'-' the handful pf shirkers got Sandy, when they found the " Plot had,failed." I dinna, ken ye Pat, says. Sandy.' D ye mean Warwick the king-maker. . ,^*SK4PÇ J«ML» kjB^akerM^e*^ Pat I meas of «ourse that...
RATEPAYERS AND STRIFEMONGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 March 1921
RATEPAYERS AND STRIFE MONGERS. The fact that there are selfish bad gers-in-a-burrovv and strife-mongers in practically every community, does not make us blind to the fact that there may be legitimate ca.:se for grievance amongst such people ; nor to the certainty that though fair minded and uprights citizens may sometimes be found in the company of, and co-operating with the strife mongers those decent citizens are willing and able to reason on such matters as may be in dispute. It is because we realise this and earnestly desire that all controversies and con- tentions be decided on the basis of reason and right, that we address ourselves-not to the strife-mongers but-to the decent minded reasonable section of those who allege that the municipal affairs cf Darwin are in a muddle and thc rates charged ex- orbitant. We reason wvith them, an« with thc public because we know il is the saner, wiser, and more con- stitutional way, rather than try tc effect .our purpose by any cabalis tic ...
VIEWS ON BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
VIEWS ON BOXING. The Police authorities at Stock- holm have prohibited Carpentier's boxing exhibition and instance the Sweden boxers union who urged that too much professional boxing was undesirable, and stated that Carpen- tier's display would prejudicially af- fect thc forthcoming amateur con- tests.
MORE " PETS." ADELAIDE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
MORE " PETS." ADELAIDE, Thursday. At the Darlinghurst Sessions on Wednesday, John Roberts, a return- ed soldier, charged with stealing a war bond from Charles Mansell when the latter refused to give evidence, saying, " You can discharge the pris- oner, I wont give evidence against a Digger." Mansell was committed to 24 hours imprisonment for contempt. Judge Cohen said he admired Man- sell for sticking to a brother digger, but told him he could not tiout the law."
JAPAN MOVING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
JAPAN MOVING. The Japanese Naval Authorities are making two important stragetic moves under Japan's Mandatary over the South Sea Islands. "It is under- stood that foreigners will be able to enter the Islands only after securing Japan's permission which is rarely j given when commerce is the object. High power radio stations are being erected on the Islands of Witje and Palan. '.?d£fi&i
AMERICAN NAVY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
AMERICAN NAVY. Mr. Theo. Roosevelt, son of the late ex-President, who has been ap- pointed assistant Secretary to thc United States Navy, discussing thc armament question favors a str army and navy disarmement so far as the United States is concerned. He says it would only be practical when the other nations joined thc movement.