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UNEMPLOYED PRANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
UNEMPLOYED PRANKS. About 150 unemployed entered Anthony Hordern and Coy's refresh- ment rooms on Wednesday and sat down to thc tables unattended. After waiting 30 minutes the' men subse- quently invaded two of Sargents' rc- . staurants, had dinner and told thc management to «ass thc bill i.o Dool- ey, Acting Premier. The men were led by Garden.
THE ALLIES' INTRIGUES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
THE ALLIES' INTRIGUES, i ! Thc situation is developing in Rus j cia and will possibly lead shortly to thc overthrow of the Government. Fighting is proceeding in many parts cf Petrograd. Thirty thousand strikers opposed the militar}' forces and many persons were killed and wounded on both sides. Miltary cadets, who are the most reliable Soviet Supporters lost heavily. Workers and marines comb'ned to force the Cadets from schools along the street and quickly overwhelmed them. The survivois obtained shel- ter when the relieving Soviet troops i-rr'ved. The Petrograd garrison which hitheito had not participated in fighting handed all arms and am- munition to the rebels whom the sailors from Kronstadt joined.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
Many of the usuai features of the " Standard " and items of news are omited this issue, in order to give preference to the hug* mass of cable and telegraphic news which had ac- cumulated at the other end during the past week's interruption. I A demonstrative voyage to the Is j land Quarai tine Station was made a few days ago, when it was made t clear that the uncertainty and diffi- culty of safely landing rendered re- moval imperative. Mr. Allen, Curator of the Botanical Gardens wishes us to draw atten- tion to the fact that he has a large number of shrub plants and paw raws which are available free to ap- plicants. This generous offer should be taken advantage of, as the season is still young enough for such plant
GOMPER'S GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
GOMPER'S GAME. Thc American Federation of Labor may officially sever its relationship with the International trade unions. Definite action is expected before the close of the present meeting. The federation's executive council at Washington withheld dues from In- ternational Federation more than three months ago and practically de- clined to participate in the activities of the International Federation which Gompers characterised as a revolutionary body.
NO VARIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
NO VARIATION. In the Profiteering Prevention Court in Sydney, on Monday, Judge j Beeby refused the. application of thc Milk Distribution Coy.'s request for is. 3d per gallon. The judge said he would not be intimidated ; he had tc fix a fair price and would make no variation of the order.
TROUBLED RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
TROUBLED RUSSIA. Reports from Reval state that fighting again occurred in Moscow on Thursday between insurgents and red troops. The latter were forced to abandon the city. Only Lettish vol- unteers of the international legion re- main to protect the Kremlin. The Soviet Government left for Nijninov gorod where M. Lenin is^expected.
THE WAR IN IRELAND. SUCCESSFUL ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
THE WAR IN IRELAND. SUCCESSFUL ATTACK. Cummins, Commandant of thc Kerry Infantry Brigade, escorting 3 vehicles with parties of Lancashires and an armoured car was going to Buttevant when a heavy fire was op- ened High gorse covered the ground on both sides of the road. Thc driver of thc leading tender wasv sev- erely wounded and the tender thrown into a ditch. The troops left the car and in seeking shelter went round to the tender car and in trying to pass the capsized vehicle was thrown into a roadside ditch. Colonel Cummins was shot in the head and died in- stantly. The fight was of an hour's duration and followed until a party from ahead took the attackers on the flank when they escaped. Only a few men were in ambush when seen but they were armed with rifles and dis- played great "skill. "Hines''had been laid in the road but did not'explode. The casualties among the Crown forces were two officers killed and two men wounded. The President of the court of inquiry which was investig...
INDICTMENT QUASHED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
INDICTMENT QUASHED. Thc Frene"* Court of Cassation ; IRS quashed the indictment against ' Landru owing to minor irregularities n thc preliminary court including "Lhe neglect of the .examining magis- trates to sign the evidence given íiy he medical experts. Therefore thc hearing of the case against Landru, accused of thc murder of ten sweethearts, must be "begun again. 1 lt has already lasted 18 months.
SENSIBLE REQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
SENSIBLE REQUEST. À meeting of Tokio business men decided to send a cable message to the new President of the United States, Mr. Harding, and to Mr. Borah, urging them to usc their in- fluence to secure a mensure of dis- armament of the United States. The meeting also requested the Japanese Diet to apply part of the usual mili- tary and naval appropriations forth- with to the purpose of education and social improvement. Japanese papers freely discussing disarmament de- clare the Japanese people desire it.
DESPERATE ATTACK. WHOLESALE FUNK FIRING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
DESPERATE ATTACK. WHOLESALE FUNK FIRING Another ambush occurred in Dub- lin on Monday morning. Sinn Fern- ers organised a desperate attack on three motor cars containing military on a lonely Malahide-Dublin Road. The attackers flung six bombs at the vehicles. One of thc officers who entered the second car was killed. Thc driver and another occupant of thc other car escaped. A l-ttle later a military lorry was passing along Frederick Street, Dublin, when an explosion occurred apparently due to a bomb under the tram car. Soldiers in a lorry suspected an attack and opened fire. Several persons were wounded by their reckless firing. Thc worst injury was sustained by the conductor of the tramcar who was shot in thc leg. j
MORE DOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
MORE DOPE. Thc outlook of Bolshevism in Rus- sia is more serious than earlier re- ports indicated. Petrograd, Mos- cow and other cities are fighting for the?r very existence against the pop- ulace, maddened by famine and cm bracing a larger part of Russia and due to civil war and aggravated rail- way mismanagement and the effects of colossal snowstorms. The rising in which industrialists are taking a leading part have the object of over- throwing Sovietism and substituting a democratic republic.
LATEST FROM ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
LATEST FROM ITALY. A Milan dispatch states that in re- prisal for the destruction of Trieste labor headquarters 300 armed, Com- munists overpowered the guard at Snn Marco dockyards, burned the workshops and factories and caused damage of over £1,000,000. A con- flict with troops led to many casual- ties.