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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
Call and See HARRY ORIBBON. Gênerai Snsfi Sforekeepsr, Auctioneer, Valuator, House & Commission Agent, &c. CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Best Stocks. Best Quality. Lowest Prices, Special Attention Given to Country Oiders Phone-No. ns. WING WAH LOONG and Co. IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Fresh Shipments of Groceries & Provisions Every Boat A Large assortment of Drapery, Footwear, Tobaccos, Pipes, Cigar's and Cigarettes always on Hand. Fancy Work Goods, Chinese Silver, Ivory and Pearlshell Novelties in variety Chinese Silks-A Fine new Assortment Just to Hand BRANCHES AT-Pine Creek, Northern Territory. Broome, W.A., Sydney, N.S.W. WING tAH LOOM & CO., CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Telephone No. 14. Telephone No. 14. C. YAM YAN & CO. GENERAL STSREKEEPEB, Cavenagh Street, Darwin. CHINESE AND EUROPEAN GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS General Grocer, Tobacconist etc. DRAPERY. FANCY GOODS. BOOTS. Fresh Stocks Every Boat CHEAPEST. HOUSE IN TOWN * . i _ WING S...
LEAGUE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
LEAGUE MEETING. A meeting of the Football League was held on Tuesday night, when all delegates were present. The Wan- derers registered Claude May, and the Waratahs Storey. Wanderers once again brought up the matter of Max M'Millan's transfer. The Pres- ident understood the matter was al- ready finalised, but would permit fur- ther discussion. After further dis- cussion the Leugne» previous deris- ion was confirmed. Mr. (Partridge referred to a paragraph in last Thurs, day's issue of " N.T. Times " in which two clubs were charged with resorting tb unfair, unjust, and illegal means to gain their ends. He strongly resent- ed the .incorrect insinuation. Dis- cussion followed but no motion was put.
FOOTBALL. WANDERERS WIN THE DAY. A VERY EXCITING GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
FOOTBALL. WANDERERS WIN THE DAY. A VERY EXCITING GAME. (By " Enthusiast.) At nine o'clock on Saturday morn- j ing prospects of good weather were j not bright. The heaviest rain of the ! season fell and continued until three j o'clock. Contrary to expectations the ground was in good order though a little slippery at first. The atten- dance was good considering the threatening sky. ' ! ist QUARTER. j Wanderers kicked towards the Tennis Court goal and soon the de- I termination of both sides was mani- j tested in the inability of either side I to score until about five minutes be- . fore the end of the quarter. Don M'Millan (Wanderers) got a free kick within easy reach of the goal but failed to score. Much . battling ' followed. At this stage Croft (Wan- ' derers) scored the first point by a j good kick which missed by inches. Conlin missed a goal off a free kick at this stage and the ball gradually drew near Waratah's goal. Sherrin . (Waratah) got free- kicks in very quick succession....
VICTORIAN RACING. ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
VICTORIAN RACING. ADELAIDE, Monday. I After a weeks postponement the Victorian Racing Club opened its autumn meeting on Saturday. The Newmarket Handicap was won by B'ue Cross, Rostrum 2nd, Rathillet 3rd. The field of 31 was the largest s'nee Amata won in 1916. Thc w; was trained by J. Holt. The surprise of thc r *e was the forward position held by Rostrum and Rathillet.
GREAT DAMAGE BY FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
GREAT DAMAGE BY FLOODS. The South Australian floods did great damage. Bridges were washed away in Peterborough, the railway lines were washed away at North Peterborough, the traffic to Cock- burn, Wilmington, and Port Pirie was suspended. The East-West ex- press was held up. The rains are benefiting the pastoral areas.
INDIAN STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
INDIAN STRIKE. A general strike is threatened by the railway men and telegraph oper- ators and workmen throughout India on Monday if the Government does not concede the demands which is considered justifiable though overdue. Necessary steps are being taken to guard the railway but the general hope and belief is that the Govern- ment will settle the matter and avoid j total dislocation of communications.
REDUCING WORKING HOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
REDUCING WORKING HOURS. Under the auspices of the Interna- tional Labor Office joint conference the shipowners and seamen- of all countries met in London to consider, the question of a reduction of hours of working. The discussions arc ex- pected to last a month, when it is hoped a careful readjustment' of shifts according to thc views of both parties will be made.