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GLOWING REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
GLOWING RËEORT ! H. M. Trower, Director of Lands,, j Northern Territory, arrived at, Adgr laide on Saturday,, after, an over- land journey from Darwin with a white companion and a blackboy. He said the, Territory was going ahead rapidly. A number of pastoral leas- es have been taken up and' the main requirements of the Territory .reve- nue were roads and telegraphic com- munications.
NEW PARTY OF SIMON PURES [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
NEW PARTY OF SIMON PURES f A new Federal political party for-f med by young men : in Melbourne1 called the Australian Legion is to ! be? . launched shortly and is designed to reform Federal - politics. Ör. yLeo.5 [ Auçmsbn isj ¿residén.t^ terson is secretary.* Its; objects arc to introduce a new unstained party 1 of able young men into Federal poli- tics and commence , a vigorous econ- omy campaign. i_
GOMPERS-TOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
GOMPERS-TOOL. The New York "Times" says the President of the American Federa- tion of ; labor, ''Mr Gompers, has written to the International Federa-? tion of Trade Unions announcing, that the Federation has severed its relations with the International or-* gaiiisafiou,, __ - a ,
THE "STANDARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
«.HB M BT AND ARD" GBNHRAZ. PLATFORM. ¡ - Besides sapping general ne\Vfc anet : tarrcnt rcitianes the Standard " wttí advocate inter alia, the following i I - Thc right ol Small Nations aaod of all Nation*, ; Australiaaei SelfrDjcCerniraation at ' earliest opportune dote. , I ... Democratic, as : against ^rniperalKr tic methods and disoonttnuancc of privileges. ' '* . I The sway ol reason over artifice prejudice and might. ; t , Virtues aad Merits7 in Nations and i individuáis the sole, .standard of rc ' ward.' : vy y::::': i ^¡%^?M^§^^M$& Tho cherishing of ; nationaal sacêi ficea and 'fidelity in. the, cansé, ot liberty.: y;}^^:^^^^.!^^^^^ : Labor Meals; airoed at with fall re- gard for ref glou« aod moral prln aptes. ^ 11. ' = ^v^ehblfUbfr of- monopolies/ arfd"BOCur sog oneal- opportunities and ' full: rot ault of effort .> . Precdom of religious thought nod the sacredness of , individual opn aofencb. ..r vlr'C-í-¡^:^'''^f^)^.'^^-^¡é Neighbourship 'and brotherhood in te...
THE DEVIL'S DOZEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
THE DBVIL'8 DOZEN. «. --~ IshiB Wc Condemn y~: j Im&lt;pcrtaluiti. , -jr ,y.. I : Dtcpt-tism. ' &lt; l«. »V:V Jingoism. \, Flunkeyiitn. ShoHeétiisai. > Indi fte; «nt ism. . ' ' ' ¿ Traitons». ? ?.-i -. , > Fanaticism. .Sectarianism. " Warv»i»kism." " I'ruatiaKwm." v ^ Pharisecfom. , , : . " Black-Hei¿m. * .
CANDID CRITICISMS. Ministerial Sidetracking [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
CANDID CRITICISMS. v "-.-.-?. . « .Ministerial Sidetracking ^ Nothing can be mere aggravate or more calculated to c*eate revc tionary feelings, than persistent naring of. legitimate claims, even ti elaborate .efforts be made to lead the track and pretend that both s&lt; citude and effort are being employ to cater for a people's wants. \ have a case in point in thc rec« .- boomed* utterances of Ministsr M; Jsey Greene, who attaches grey.t i portancc to his proposal to give u$ stone when we really ask fer' bre¡ His wend 2rrul revelation and pret&lt; ted solicitude anent, thc " Hard Í of" women in the tropics " is about &lt; a par with thc tears which thc croc dile- ia credited with ; shedding ov tits victims, and will probably rest in only, one signal achievcinent-7-tl finding of sinecure, but &lt;; highly-pa -I billets ; for a number of proteges '&lt; the Government, mainly nurses ai others, "who will be invested \^tH tl edited duty of teaching...
THE INDEMNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
THE INDEMNITY. I The Reparations Commission has ' notified Germany that she must pay the outstanding £600,000,000 of indemnity instalments before May 1. Asked how they intended to payHhe amount the Germans asserted they had already paid more than £r,ooo, 00,000 fixed by the Treaty. Thc! commission contends that Germany paid only £400,000,000. ^ j
Spice of Sport. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
Spice of Sport. , CRICKET. \ The " " Ka^and-South Australian j match wai/ TO yesterday. En- gland '"won ¿yan innings and 63 runs, r Soulh Australia, Sooond iiv 1 nings, P. D. Randell, l-b.'w, b Wad- dington, J. T , Mm ray,- b Feiv ùtr, 20; E.," A. Lovciidge, st.',/ Dot ' phin, b .-Fender, 38 ; L. J. Power, lb\v,,hrWooUey( 44; R- J- Maroncy c Dolphin, h Fender. 91 M. Wdliau», "rttt'oiCM'A Ambler, not ont, 0; Ifyat. ¿8, leg byes 2. »no balls vwidc ,ti.' ;T'01*1**369. \ Dowling : Howell, 1 for 56, Waddnîgto»>t for 41. Fender 3 foï^ioo,Woolley a for 40
Open Column. We do not necessarlly endorss the view expressed by correspondents.) (To THE Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
fW&lt;i do nornocossarüy endorsa Iba views;jexjPNsaed. by' correspondents.) .. ^;v!;.TW:^^5!t::V'T;v3:v'vi:^".:^. .-¡v. -. ."¿¿O;.. . Slr^ReV advertisement, Barnroott ÉmdVlÇennedy / in* Saturday's - issac of1 tiiè/ Not thern. Territory''*«? Tîmes," , h permJtfWQvpef y medium of- your col-. , n mn; tomake\ . it ¿known that tho ad-, .ycrtisemrinti.was'put in:without .my . «äaetion/. I do not write this with en Intention to pacify thc ''Mother 1 ¡Gruhdtcs " who ar« sb quick at jump ' ¡Inq: at conclusions, buti to, state that t do not feel incUncrf to'support a .".. ipaper which is so antagonistic to- wards the class to which he, docs and fwd* always witt ,botoog-Yow^ véspectfuiiy. ' *}tomSSS¡$M ^ JAMES J.* KENNEDY.
INTERMITTENT VENGEANCE. WHOLESALE MURDER. DEMONS LET LOOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
INTERMITTENT VENGEANCE. WHOLESALE MURDER. . ;t - v DEMONS LET LOOSE. Several shots were fired at a mil- itary xar from a house in Brunswick ; Street, Dublin. The fire was re- turned and three civilians were kill- , ed. A number of .revolvers and a; quantity of ammunition - was discov- ered in the house. Five of the mil- itary were wounded, Hwo seriously.?;, An account of the Brunswick S^ect affair shows it was one of thc. most savage affairs in the history of . thc \ city the military firing indiscriminat- ely. There was a regular ambush in the street' in return, several parties'; of armed civilians opened fire on two tenders loaded with auxiliaries. ' One of the drivers rushed ahead ' when auxiliaries leaped from the car fir- ing madly as they.-went; The Repub- licans \ &lt; fought wonderfully against ;such odds and fierce hand to hand duels ensued.1 ' Ih 'the^attack' three of the ^'Republicans were slain ' and one^ äiiöliarjr? wounded" arid died later; Another is not "expe...
MR. STOREY IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921
MR. STOREY IN LÖNDON. New. South Wales Premiar Storey I addressed a hundred members of both houses, of the Imperial Parliâ I ment at the House pf Commons, ' dealing with the subjects of White Australia, proportional représenta- tion, Government housing plans, ¡compulsory fair rents and natiorialis ! ation of industries. JHe spoke for . ? ; three-quarters of an hour. The'prW I ccedings were private. I