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GOOD SUPPLY OF ARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
GOOD SUPPLY OF ARMS. ' Thc police raided the house of Councillor Q'Rtordan who was arres- ted recently at Cork. :They found st revolvers, ir automatic pistols, 3,600 rounds of ammunition and 11 bombs. A party of armed men visited sev- eral houses in Thurles and shot two : 'men. One of the victims was lying . in bed with his brother when the : raiders entered the room. : - A military patrol on Thursday sur- . prised a party of Republicans about . nine miles from - Mallow, county Cork. The patrol fired at the Re- publicans killing three and wounding two. In view of Ahe Liverpool burnings ' the police are laking special pre- cautions in connection with thc. Grand National Race meeting on Wednesday at which the King and i Queen and Princess ; Mary and the Prince of Wales witt attwd.
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc i Thc ** Northern Standard" alms at being thoroughly representative of the Northerrí Territory and with this j end in view welcomes corrcspon ! dence iran, al! outlying centres. j No matts? how opposed to our views ir cc discussion is permitted in : cur colanrns,- so long as it is not ab- usive and refers to matters of . general interest. j Any complaints in regard to non 4 receipt of paper should bc reported to : ii.3 at or.cc. We will do our best to remedy, them. ?? We wosii&lt;n>e grateful to our friends for their good offices with neigh- bours, irr cot¿íning fresh subscribers, cte, and tn heiping to add to the power fo-r gcOd( of the people's own newspaper.» j Secretaries > of thc various Clubs and institutions- are invited to forr ward condensed., reports of proceed- ings nt outings, ete and wc will be i pleased to send a representative to any important function whe,n duly notified! \ j Ocr telephone number is 119, and a ring upi will secure...
RSSIA SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
RSSIÂ SAFE. An all Russian conference opened on Tuesday. Lenin minimised the importance of thc Cronstadt inci- dents and said thc Government was compelled seriously to consider the. international position. He had to meet the desires of peasants and similar concessions 1 would be made ? to industrialists.
POLICE STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
POLICE STRIKE. A police strike has occurred vat. y. Patna, district, India, owing to' dis- ¿ satisfaction with reçcnt increases ot i v pay and allowances. Unrestful trarawaymen on strike ' in 'Calcutta declared thc terms; bffe%* ' ed were unsatisfactory to motor dri-' vers and resolved to refuse to drivel thc police, military and naval :óffic-'' :' ers. '?? '.' ,; '.- -é4'ív i Riots arc accompanying strikes bf . v the laboring class; -... -yn? :?;
Cable and Telegraphic News. W.A. ELECTIONS. LABOR GAINS. LADY LABOR MEMBER ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
Gable and Telegraphic News. W.A. ELECTIONS. LABOR GAINS. LADY LABOR MEMBER ADELAIDE, Monday. ! Thc W.A. Elections were held on Saturday. Results to date seem 1 though the Government remains in po weft Labor gained four new Seats and lost two others. Premier Mit- chell won the seat easily. West Perth was won by Mrs. Edith Cow- an, . labor, from the Attorney-General. Draper, Labor,, won "Freemantle north east. East Perth was won by Canning. Probably Yilgarn will be lost also Freemantle and' Kalgoorlie. Thc present position of parties indi- cates that the Government will have thc same number ot supporters as ir last Parliament.
PERMANY OBDURATE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
PERMANY OBDURAT¿ ( There is no sign of the intention. I of Germanic to comply with the Al-' y lied demands notwithstanding thc military occupation ot some of fhe 1 Rhine towns. On thc contrary there, is . a disposition to defy the Allies' shown in the arrangements for, boy- cotting their goods. German manu ! iacturers are transferring their works : rio neutral countries in1 order , .that their products may : escape the fifty 'per cent levy' ^on goods exported from Germáiryí intQi allied countries.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
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INDIA AWAKENING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
INDIA AWAKENING. Soo strikers jushed thc Wellington/ jute mills at calcutta and threatened the officials with brick-bats. The. strikers demanded a final settlement of their demands. The magistrate and police averted ; à riot with dirhV ; culty and pacified the infuriated mob . by suggesting an early settlement would be arrived at¿ \ The men then : dispersed. The situation ts not hope fui. . / \ ;\
THE REPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
THE REPARATIONS. The German Reparation Bill lias been introduced into the House of Commons and provides for payment pf 50 per cent of the value of import- ed German goods to the Commis- sioner of Customs who will place the money to be applied under direction of the Treasury towards discharge of Germany's obligations under part 8 and 0 of thc Versailles Treaty.
POLICE SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
POLICE SHOT. Constables M'ïntosh, Crooks and Cooper were- standing outside a Bel- fast music hall taiking to three girls j when they were fired at with revol- vers .by men. Crooks was killed and M'Intosh. and Cooper seriously wounded. A civilian standing near by was wounded. The assailants es- caped in the confusion.
TOZER'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
TOZER'S DEATH. j At the inquest on the death of Dr. I j Claude, Tozer, the wall-known crick j éter, held, in Sydney by Coroner I Jamieson, yesterday, when Tozer was found ^shot dead on a sofa at 'thc ] home of Mrs. Nf ort some weeks ago, Mrs. Mort, charged with having i murdered him. was present. Mrs. Mort, according to thc evidencé of a ! constable confessed in thc; hospital' I-, that ¿lié shot' Tozer. At thc inifbert remarkable letter s from thc dead n\an j arid Mrs Mort were read. A doctor j testified she %*ss insane shortly afte* i the tragedy. Mrs. Mort' refused toi make à statement and was commit. : ted for trial by the Coroner. !