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SEED OF MORE TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
SEED OF MORE TROUBLE. I Justice Powers in the Arbitration Court relieved Dalgety and five other wheat shippers of a clause in the waterside award requiring them to give preference to unionists The Judge said that practically the court could not give preference if employ- ers undertook not to discriminate ag- ainst members of the union or other , i workers.
ROBBERY FRUSTRATED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
ROBBERY FRUSTRATED Thieves tried to blow open a safe at Marcus Clarke's furniture ware- house in Sydney. The saf e with- stood an explosion. A mysterious stranger phoned the manager of the firm telling him to be careful of the safe, confiding information that there was still enough explosive to make things uncomfortable. An investiga- tion showed this was true.
A HOARDER ROBBED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
A HOARDER ROBBED. Part of a plant of mustard tins con- taining a quantity of florins have been reported to the Sydney police as 'missing from ¿ house at Hurstville. i The loser is Mrs. Erina Brierley. ; For some time she had been placing spare florins in mustard tins hiding j them behind skirting boards in thc front room. Up to November 14 tins containing £164 were put behind the board, then seven tins contain- ing £82 were missed. After waiting and. watching many nights for the thief to return Mrs. Brierley inform- ed the police. The identity of the thief is an absolute mystery.
MORE ARROGANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
MORE ARROGANCE. In the Hcuse of Commons Lloyd George said he repeatedly expressed readiness to confer on the problem of Irish Government with anyone v ho could legitimately claim to speak on behalf of the Irish people. &lt; The Government was willing in every way to facilitate a meeting ot elected representatives of the Irish people to discuss the situation, but a few Sinn Fein members who were suspected on good grounds of parti- cipating directly in murder could not possibly be permitted to attend. He emphasised that laying down arms was essential to the question of a truce.
GREAT LABOR VICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
GREAT LABOR VICTORY. i The Dudley by-election necessitat- ed by the appointment of Sir Arthur Griffiths as Minister ror . Agriculture , resulted : Wilson, Labor, 10,244 Sir A. Griffiths 9,968. It is stated that thc defeat of Sir Arthur will not en- tail his resignation from the Ministry of Agriculture.
MORE PROPAGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
" -i -. -I MORE PROPAGANDA. It is understood that the German Cabinet decided to make an effort to prevent the Allies* sanction being put into operation. Herr Simons will make fresh proposals on Monday. One delegate is now considering a new basis of taxation for Germany which he hoped would enable a bet- ter offer to be made. He frankly ad- mitted the delegation did not believe the Allies would accept Germany's counter proposals which were made with the view of maintaining faith with the German electors and (play for a time. There is also some sus- picion that the Germans will ' again raise the Communist bogey to intim- idate both the Allies and a certain section of the German electors. (
EGYPT IN THE CLUTCH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
EGYPT IN THE CLUTCH. f The Imperial Government's mes- sage to the Sultan of Egypt states it has come to the conclusion that the status of protectorate which was de- clared in November 1914 had created ?nsat» «fie tory , relations between Great Britain and Egypt ; the Gov- ernment desires therefore to discuss with the Egyptian delegation the prospects of establishing different re- lationship which will secure Britain's special interests and offers adequate guarantees to foreign powers to me t the legitimate aspirations of Egypt. ,a
NEWCASTLE TRAGEDY ADELAIDE, March 1st. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
NEWCASTLE TRAGEDY &nbsp; ADELAIDE, March 1st. A tragedy involving Arthur Far- rington, Newcastle, also serious in- juries to Thomas Dean, miner, and James William Dean, tailor, of New- castle, has occurred. Dean and &nbsp; Mrs Farrington went to Inverell. Ali altercation in Dean's house re- sulted in the exchange of revolver shots. Farrington was instantan- eously killed and Dean has been ar- rested.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
SPECIAL NOTICE. A SPECIAL BRANCH MEET- ING of the A.W.U., will be held" in 1 thc TOWN HALL on FRIDAY, the nth MARCH. Meeting starts at 8 p.m. Business most important. AH mem- bers must attend. H. NELSON, Branch Secretary. ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. ADDITIONAL NAMES. Through an oversight the follow- ing were omitted when sending the list of handicaps on Saturday : Maiden Handicap.-R. Laurie, 2 yards. St. Patrick's Handicap.-R. Laurie, 8 yards. M. HENDERSON, W. P. DEGNIAN, Joint Secretaries. Notice. ' To whom it may Concern. Any person depositing garbage at Garbage Depot» near Botanical Gar- den, Darwin without first obtaining permission in writing from the Sani- tary . Contractor and complying with Regulations relating to Garbage will bc prosecuted. (Signed) K. T LEE Sanitary Contractor Yuen See Kee CAVENAGH STREET; DARWIN Dealer in all kinds of CONFEC- TIONERY and all the Best Brands of TOBBACO, Cigar», and Cigar etes. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES supplied to Hotels or to Private Resi dencs....
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. _\ j Several assailants attempted- to as- sassinate Hachiro Saionja, son of j Marquis Saionji, former Japanese ; Premier, who was head of 'the Jâp :-,a^ese^déíegatio^, at" :,*.theT ^erstulle/s' Peace conference iii1 Paris. The as- saulted man drove them off at the point of the sword. All were arrest- ed. Saionja expects to accompany the Japanese Crown Prine in his forthcoming tour.
WOMAN MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
WOMAN MURDERED. A cold-blooded murder occurred in Sydney on Tuesday night. As Mrs. Mulcahy, of Ice Street, Paddington, was going to the pictures with one of her children a man stepped from a doorway in West Street and flourish- ed a revolver. Mrs. Mulcahy scream- ed and ran, when the assailant fired five shots in quick succession drop- ping the woman. The man ran away. The shooting was witnessed by a number of residents who were so sur- prised that no one seemed to think of chasing the assailant until he had disappeared.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 March 1921
ROBERT FARRAR & SONS. Smith Street, Darwin General Commercial Agents and Carriers Motor Cars for Hire Day or Night THREE CARS Competent and Careful Drivers Two Lorries and Piano Cart Goods Delivered Anywhere Phone 59 M. B. WILSON,, General Storekeeper and Agent ' VICTORIA RIVER DEPOT. Australian Cafe Chin Kit and Co., Proprietors Cavenagh St. Darwin Meals at all Hours Customers and Patrons are Assured of Civility and Clean Service Dinnersand Suppers Supplied Soft Drinks always on Ice For Late Suppers Riug up Phone 62 Dr. C. E. HILL DENTAL SURGEON Specialist in Crown and Bridge work. May be consulted at Hs rooms at the cottage Between Commercial Bank and Victoria Hotel Charges Moderate, HOURS-Dai y 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telephone No. 93. Budgen's Motor Garage _____ \ Cars No's 50, 65, & 79 Three Crack Drivers AU Hours AU Distances Ring Telephone 91 M. & D. McMillan, Garage on Call. Phone 30 CARS DAY OR NIGHT Competent Drivers. Up-to-Date Cars BILLIARDS Two First Cl...
Spice of Sport. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
Spice of Sport. :v*\ ' CRICKET. ADELAIDE, Saturday Evening. The iînal matcfi cf the English tour commenced at Adelaide yester- day against^South Australia. Scores: A: Smith, cHowel, b"Parkin, 45 ; G. W; Harris, b Fender, 40; L. Power, c Dolphiii, b Fender, 7 ; P. Drun drell¿ b Parkin 20; A. Richardson* . mn put, 46 ;, G. E. Jose, ç Russell, b Fender, 16; J. T. Murray,, c and b Fender, 4 ; E. A. Loveridge, c Doug- las, b Fender, 3 ; R. J. Maroney, b Fender, i ; N. Williams^ b Fender, 8; A. Ambler, not out, 8; sundries 2. Total, 195. Bowling : Fender 7 for . 75, Parkin 2 for 63. England : J. B. Hobbs, c sub Mc- Kenzie, b Williams, r8; W. Rhodes, - not . out, 70 ; A; C. Russel, not out, 35 ; sundries 5. Total 1 wicket for 128; Bowling, Williams r for 26. ADELAIDE, Monday. Thc . f England-South Australian match was continued« in Adelaide on Saturday.' England occupied the wickets all the afternoon. W. Rhodes, st. Ambler b Smith, 210; A. C. Rus- sel, b Murray, 201 ; A. Waddington, c Ambl...
THE RIGHTS OF SMALL NATIONS. MORE DEFENDERS MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
THE RIGHTS OF SMALL NAT- IONS. . ' MQRE DEFENDERS MUR- DERED. Six( Sinn .Feiners were hanged In Mount Joy; Gaol in pairs at hourly intervals yesterday morning. Two were pronounced guilty by English courtmartial ^ ofi sliooting brother officers and the remainder of partici- j pating in an ambush. There is much local anxiety concerning possible fe- . prisais, similar »o those which occur- red : after ; the ' Cork executions. Crowds gathered before the prison ' all day on ' Sunday and spent the time, in reciting prayers until the- j curfew. Women marched through j the streets bearing anti-English ban- \ ' ners. ; Organised la^or in Dublin or- dered 'ai general cessation" of work until II. .