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A NEW RAISER AND THE SAFETY OF DEMOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
Ä if BW. RAISER ÄND THE *AF I STY QF DEMOCRACY. j V/c hsre made the special effort of ' vubhi&teg - tbe fpll contents of the j ^ Spidery. web/V euphneniistically I called-an *Arb*tration (Public Sér j vice) Act No.- 28 of 1920 " (see first page) Avith which. it is intended to enmesh tnrwary employees of the Gôvcrn-nîoâl-' ' und' inter alia, to smash Unionisiii: ; fi -ie keynote of thc. warp and wpèf £?i' ;hc alleged Act is. the 'creation.-cf aew Kaiser, an 'en- trenched "au*usr.at endowed with* thc I despotic &r.d' ¿nti*dcmocrr.tic power , indicated by ¿lause 20 as follows : ' " Ko di;'a.rmination of the Ar- bitrator üzzés under this Act shall j bc challenged, appealed against, re I viewed, quashed, or called in.'qncá ' lion, or be subject to prohibition or ! mandamus, ia any "Court on any ac [? count v/haleïir.' I That, then, ..su.¿ne "Safety of De- mocracy " v,á:ch our 00,000 young Australians, Lúd down their lives to secure. We could not imagine any other politica...
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
NOTES AND NEWS. " E^&lt;"Xc preparations are being ^de by the load branch of the Rc ^rnea ^Soldiers' League . for thc Anzac Day Sports on April 25th. A ^aljprograxnme is promised, the ed new hali pr Qub rooms oa a sitc near .the Victoria Hotel. At Thursday^ Council meeting it wavdecidtd to proceed , wit!» the Baths^n receipt of tlic Surveyor's favorable report; to approach the Administrator with the view bf se- curing an electric supply for lighting and power for Darwin ; and also with the view of securing improve- ments tb the wharf to give a direct run to trains. The Necessary Commodities "Board at its sitting on Friday decided upon reductions on nearly all of the fol- lowing: Butter, syrup and treacle, milk, tea, kerosene, flour, jams/ tin- ned fruits, cocoa and coffee. The list has been sent to the Administrator for publication. On next Friday another batch «if groceries will be dealt with. In the absence of Mr. Grayndler, General Secretary of thc A.W.U., who is unwell, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 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 Agènt m * - . - ' VICTORIA RIVER DEPOT. Imperial Cafe \ (Under new Management) GEE FONG MING & Co.f PROPRIETORS Wish to notify thc general public, that they \-have taken over - ^he bust, ness,; from and Including Saturday; October 25th > ¿Thc B est Cook in Da« v/In, late ol Government House¿ Victoria andClub .Hotels. ' . >7 Picnic Parties and Suppers «veil catered for. WI Meaís &lt;¿at all hour's.* ' ai Meit pickets ' * . Poultry ánd Mutton. :. '» 'i'r 7 ; Every attention. and civility; . Dr. C. _E. HILL ! J DENTAL SURGEON Specialist in Crown and Bridge t work. May bc consulted at H* rooms at the cottage Between Commercial Bank and Victoria HoteL ' Charges Moderate. * HOURS-Dai y 9 a.tn. to 6...
COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
% ÄMMONWEiALTH- OF AUS- ' ' ' ' - TRALLA..-, i . ' -ARBITRATION (PUBLIC j ,\ - SERVICE) ACT. , . -KT ' ' X " ' \ \> t ,No. 28 of 1920. 1 4 -i ! Ia» Act relating io the settlement ^ . of matters ar sing out of employment ' , ur the'Public Service: ¡ \ , '[Assented to Vth ^October, 1920].. 1 M. ' '^C'ifc"cnactcd'byihe King's ( Most f' ' . Excellent Majesty;, the Scnatè; and / ' .'_lh^Hoiisô of Représentatives* of th,e, ."Commonwealth *of Australia, as i0\. I -lows.1:- , ' . ^ ¿t : "'-;?iÄis Act xPay be/cited as the' , ^ t. Arbitration tPüblic Service) Act 1020"*! 2. .f-This Act shall t commence on a date to bc fixed by^pioclaniation. 1. ?, L , jn this 'Act unless4 thc'contrary T . iiltentioii't appear-' "* *." ;':^T^S¿¿s^tUa^ancáiis-an^¿-Sffia¡¿.^ *' a^0n.w»thin'.the meaning of the Com , mqn^vealih Conciliation and,' -Arbitra- tion^ Act 1904-191:8 ; 7 > . [ '-' "? Thc, Arbitrator " mean's,-the Pub-* lic\Scryicc Arbitrator appointed in ! , pursuance of this Act ; ' j , "Thc Commi...
FOOTBALL. WARATAHS WIN PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
FOOTBALL. WARATAHS WIN PREMIER- SHIP. Fortunately the weather was splcn did and a record attendance was ii evidence on Saturday. Thc team werre represented as follows : Waratahs.-Lampe (Capt), Mos¡ ( Vice-capt.), A. Laurie, R. G.« Laurie Baker, Lemon, Storey, Tregenza Pcnniiold, Monteith, Swinbourne Harris, Sherrin, Stanley, Stewart, A Walker. Wanderers.-Conlin (Capt.), Quig ley, Ashton, May, Thomas, W, Mp Millan, McDonald, Harmonius, Fuss Phillips, Ardill, Lowe, Croft, Hen- derson, M'Guirc, Farrar. ist Quarter. Waratahs kicked down with 2 slight breeze. Both teams were v*n willing and it was some time before the first point was registered. The ball was forced down the Wanderers' end but could not get thc ball through thc «posts. A. Laurie scored a free kick from Conlin and succeed- ed in getting the first point for War- atahs.. This was quickly followed by a major scored by Monteith. Baker then got well into ii and came oui having registered another point Walker then made the best ...
AN AMBUSH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
AN AMBUSH: As police arid military were sur- rounding a house near Callan, thirty armed .men rushed ? out.. Constable | ?Reilly was killed and Captain Bayn-i ham wounded.^ ' ; A lorry, containing; thirty officers and men of; the ; Bedfordshire Regi- ment was .ambushed by an entrench- ed party.. between Carrick-on-Shan non and Ballinamorc; The, Repub- licans ' used bombs and rifles und fierce fighting ensued for a consider- able , time. Tlie ambushers then re- tired leaving seven dead, all of whom were wearing the Irish Republican Army uniform;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 March 1921
ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPORTS. SATURDAY NEXT. Afternoon Teas, Children Stall, when Home-made Cakes, Drinks, Icc Cream and Football Baskets of Home-made Sweets can bc bought ^^^^^^^^T"** A Birthday tribute to the Mem- ory of Norman Francis Donaldson, who was Killed in Action at Zone beck, October 4th, 1917. Aged 20 years and 6 months.-R.I.P. -Mother. UP-TO-DATE GARGAE CAVENAGH STEERT, DARWIN. (Toúpem's Corner). R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. Ring Telephone 61 and you can [pound on Prompt and Reliable Ser- vice. .. This is not Brag-it ls say- ing just what a man knows ; and your way to prove it is A TRIAL. , At your Service Day or night J. W. OLSEN, DRIVER. And you can enjoy a leisure hour - in our - BILLIARD ROOM Keeping yourself at the same time . well Refreshed by our COOL DRINKS _ & RV BUDGEN, Proprietor. Notice; To whom it may Concern. Any pc/son depositing garbage at Garbage Depot, near, Botanical Gar- den, Darwin without first obtaining permission in writing from the Sani- tary C...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
Call and See HARRY (IRIBBON, General Gash Storekeeper« Auctioneer, Valuator, House & Commission Agent, &c. CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Best Stocks. Best Quality. Lowest Prices, Special Attention Given to Country Orders Phone No. na WING WAH LOONG and Co. IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Fresh Shipments of Groceries ¿ Prévisions Every Boat A Large assortment of Drapery, Footwear, Tobaccos, Pipes, Cigars and Cigarettes always on Hand. Fancy Work Goods, Chinese Silver, Ivory and Pearlshell Novelties in variety thinese Silks--A Fine sew Assortment Jut to Hand . t!_ I L ...... .1 ''«. BRANCHES AT-Pine Creek, Northern Territory, Broome, W. A., Sydney, N.S.W. WING WAH LOONG & GO., ^ CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Telephone No. 14. ^ Telephone No. 14. GENERAL STOREKEEPER, 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 WING SANG TONG &...
GERMAN AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
GERMAN AFFAIRS I Thc Legislative Council of the ReihBtftg has aceeptod a bin disarm-1 mg self-dejenee organisations de- spite th« Bavaria's "protests1 and threats to withdraw from the; Coali- tion. Herr Von Stinnes and a nam ber ol other .manufacturers are .or- ganising a lock-out' ia th« occupied towns with a view to stopping pro> daction in consequence of the AMied impost on Gesman exports from Rhine customs ports. . S. s 4 ? " . . : , ?- -ï .... ' . ?
KORE ASSASSINATION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
KORE ASSASSINATION ! lallat Pasha, foi tuer Grand, Vizier of Turkey, who «rás obliged to seek refuge in Germany oh account ol thc attitude of his countrymen to- wards hun has: been a« cansina tod. He has hoe« living in thc Gcraian capital under an assumed rcttua. Whilst walking in the staeet nour his Msidenco he wa» slain hy an ÀMMcniao. The motive Js eatd lo have been in rereuse ior Talaat*s parts' in thc Armenian ñaseaeros dur- ing th» war.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
Attention is directed to the advt, of auction sale by Mr. E. V. Brown afc his mart on Saturday next,,end to the meeting of the Am ac Day Com- mittee to which ladies arc invited. Word was received By Mr. 'Barratt on Friday that the High Court had quashed Deputy Judge Hogan's de- cision in. thc Presley case, holding that he was not legally appointed. This decision will, of course, affect all other cases. At a full meeting of the A.W.U. members last week it was unani- mously agreed that all members should pay at least a half-year's sub- scription in advance to strengthen ¡ their journal's fmances' during its j ,periO|i of growth, ;^*^Vf4^- j
DARWIN TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
DARWIN TENNIS CLUB. A general meeting ol tn* Darwin Tennis Club was held , on the even ing of the i6th' instant at the Eng- lish Scottish and Australian Bank. Darwin. Officers elected for the forthcom- ing year were Mr. D. A. Roberts, president ; Mr. Frost, secretary'; Mr. Walker, captain ; and Messrs, Col- grave, Godfrey and ' VT. M'ponald, committee. Several new members were also enrolled. , Notice of motion was grvon thai this financial year be ctdsed on thc 31st March instead of joth June, 1921, and that thereafter the financial year be from ist April to 31st March; . . ' .' The, meeting interviewed the May- or, Cr. Burton, and Councillor Vyith erden, delegates from the DäVwm Town "Council, in regard to the pro poseo1 lease of the tennis court on the Oval. It is anticipated by members that the ' Council will effect necessary re- pairs to tHis tennis comrt and, upon payment of a rental, lease it to thc club for the period of one year, the Darwin Tennis Club to be regarded as a bo...
METAL QUOTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
METAL QUOTATIONS. j The Mines Department has kindly ¡ supplied us with the jollowing metal quotations received at the Mines Office on Thursday morning : .Copper, standard spot, ¿E65 17s 6d Three months, £66 16s 3d ; .elec- trolytic, £70 to £71 ; Lead, spot, £18 ros ; forward, £10 2s 6d ; Tin, standard spot, £*f>5 15s ; three months, £159 Ss ; Molybdenite, per unit, £2 15s;; Wolfram, per unit, 13s 6d.
" COTTON " AND CRAWL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
" COTTON " AND CRAWL. The folks who allege that our con-, temporary, has gone wholly insane cannot be far wrong ^m^yiew of its .championship op-éñr;atd^' Yraiík>>-of a CHEAP, BLACK LABOR policy in Australia. "Tfiose whom the gods' wish to destroy "--or realise ' that they should* be destroyed -" they first make mad " applies with evident certainty in the case in question. In last Tuesday's issue it was woefully heralded that what we wanted was " Cotton," without which thc Terri- tory can never progress. v And to supply this Want the "Times" earn- estly informed us that "This we will never do unless we take advant- age of the prolific, sources of cheap labor right at our: own door, so to speak." This open and callous re- nunciation of thc policy of a White Australia and properly paid labor is not only a blasphemy of Australian national ideals,, but the ne plus ultra of treachery. It shows in its true light what slaves of. Imperialism must do when it comes to the " Acid test " a...