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W.A. ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

W.A. ELECTIONS. Further returns for the, West Aus- tralian elections : E. W. Corboy (Of- ficiai Labor Party) won Yilgarn, M. ¡F. Troy (Official Labor I Mount Magnet

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NEW NAME of A.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

NEW NAME of A.M.A. I --- The A.M.A. newspaper at Broken Hill states that thc new name of the A.M.A. is to be the Workers Indus- trial Union of Australia, Mining De- partment, Barrier district.

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AGGRAVATING THE TRAGEDY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

AGGkÀWiTIKG THE TRAGJÍBl^ Business was at a siawk til) ~ tafe < , morning in Dublin, , which was i*r mourning for thc six Sin» Pei «Wa strangled in Mount Joy.' Thousand* ~ * knelt in prayer outside*tha^ol:-.dnj^<^. lng thc tragedy. An armoured ' .cac u J, was stationed outside -. lbc,.v-< pvkmâ&p. \ with au aeroplane flying . ^enrerheaä íroui dawn. Tlio brave heroes, walk- A cd ta thc scaffold unaided. A notice ' « was subsequently posted outside >ttó^ 5" gaol stating vthat the bloody' dead'1 was done and there was... ' profound .v : llenas among the crpwd for several,: .!.?.. i inimitée after the posting of the! notv;;. nee. r ; ( v \ 1 - Sinn Feinere attacked at Ardfcrt.' Station a stationary tram1 conveying : a party of auxiliaries. The drrvoc^ ( was wounded in the head and-ail, v 'auxiliary named Faulkner shot 'dead. : ; The drives obeyed an order', to :d»Sh» ; off to Tralee and collapsed on reach- > ing there. , ' *., *-&lt...

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MOUNT MORGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

MOUNT MORGAN. During the hearing of the applier j ation of the Electrical Trades Union j for a variation^ of the award, Mr. : Justice. McNaughton said there was i no application in respect of Mount Morgan, which was now thc only copper mine working, in Australia.. On it depended thousands of work- men and others. Mr. Bryant, rep- resenting the Union, protested. Mr. Hartle, for the Company, said they were losing £2,000 per week. MUST KEEP UP THE PROFITS. Discussing the position of ship- ping in Melbourne, yesterday, Ap- pleton, Chairman of the . Common- wealth S.S. Owners Federation said following the final adjustment of the Union's claims the accounts did not balance. There would be an increase of freights and passenger fares.

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BIG PRICE FOR HEAD [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

BIG PRICE FOR HEAD The Soviet Govcrtanent kee put a price of five million ronnie* on the head of Gen» Kotlovskt, leader of the Kronstadt rebels; Désertera Ire« Petrograd rebels who will pro» bably attempt to surround and at- tack Petrograd,which is Already cut off. The Soviet has ordered Roum- anian frontier troops to retara to Ukraine: from Odessa owing to the, extensive rebellion throughout Uk- raine, Thc sknatiom at Odeeea ls critical. The, whole garrison except- ing two regiments joined the rebels.

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W.A. ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

W.Á. ELECTIONS. In the West Australian elections the retiring member for Moore, Sir Henry Lefroy, was badly defeated. The retiring member for Toodray, Ä N. Fierce, is leading and is expected to retain the seat. G. J. Lambert, O.L.P., is returned for Coolgardie.

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ASSASSIN CONPESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

ASSASSIN CONRESSEJS.> 1ff . t Pierre Mathea, 22, has been arres- ted. He confessed having àssaoèhv atad Sijaor Dato» late Premier iof. Spain, as an act of, justice: He declared he bad no àcfpmplicc/. '

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GOLDEN INFLUENCE IN MONTENEGRO [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

GOLDEN IXFJJUENCE IN MONTENEGRO / Prince Dando, eldest son ei King Nicholas of. Montenegro, ¡t has I re- nounced the Montenegrlan throne in favor of his nephew. MikhaiUr who,ia completing' his éducation in Ej^glànd^ Queen Milena will assume "Hie: reg- ency in the meantime. , . ,

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TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

TOWN BAND. . Tlie Darwen Tow« Hand rvrltt of» . Tuesday night, . the 22nd of:- Masch play thc following programme at the Mile at B p.m.* weather per- mitting : March, " Thc Territorials " March, " Southern Cross Brigade " * Waltz, " Laughing.. Eyas " ; March, " Craigehe " j - Selection, 41 Land f of > the Shamrock " f March, .* V^iroä,'f Waltz, " ValerieH ; -Marchi <, * The Moonlighter March . \" Off We Go " ï " Advance tâtë^ ^«5pd Save tlîo King" H: Widijup, Hon. ^çretary? , '...>.:^

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ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT CON- CERT. j ? ^M There was- a^ good attendance; " at the above ia the Tow« Hall bra -, Thursday evening, and < thc iteras, though few; proved .very ' acceptable te - thc audience» The Town ' Band's) overture 'was somewhat of an inno- vation, bot it proved a distinct sac* ces both from the spectacular and meritorio»* point ef view: Mr. Çjpn- : lin g^ve a good rendition of " Moth- er Machree," while Mr. MettamV " For tire Green " was , given with sack appropriate histrionic gestuee and characteristic voice that' it was v easily the gem of the evening. He sang "Thc Bells of St. Mary's" «in, response to au encore. Miss Wilson». followed with " The . :Harp _r that{ Qacc," which she .did full justice to» as was the case» in thc í subséquent duet "In the Garden of My,,Heart"' by herself|aiid Mr. Mettam:' Miss^f 4 Styles sang pleasingly, whfle Mesers. Skcy and McDonald were unable to appear in the items set down for them. In the other instrumental it- ems Mis...

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TOUPEIN TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

TOUPEIN TESTIMONIAL. ?The Mayor (Gr. Burton) presiden at a meeting held in the Town Ball on ¿ the 15th inst* and on moving thc adoption of the balance sheet wann, i ly congratulated the joint Hon Sec Lretarles on the splendid, success ac-; ! hieved. ? The artiste who geoeroaisly1< " gave their, scrvicea, which mat«riaMy help»^ cd to make the function one of the most successful ever held in Darwin, were eulogised. Much praise was also due to thc Concert Committee", Messrs. Skey, Connu and Mettam, who worked «indefatfgubly. The motion was supported by Cr. Pearse ,and' carried. A vote of thanks for the whole of the committee and friends who as [sisted was recorded. . On thc motion of Mr. Burge, sec- onded- by Cr. Pearse, t%e balance, left over, £4 13s nd, was donated ,to the Town Band . . Appended is the balance sheet s RECEIPTS. [To Collection t>er " A. Wright " C. Mitchell " A. Cant "W. N. Skey " D. Brennan " S. Burge " B. Christie J- Quigley G. M'lntyro v " A. Coirlin ...

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POSITION IN GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

V iPOSÍTíON IN GERMANY. Achill has been drafted to deal with a levy "on imported ' German goods »and will,be'examined by French, It :,/«-alia,n:-:and^ch|inm^fjcpcrte'v with the view to -Hie passage' of a similar \frjeasart3lin:;thclr respective countries. . : Conference notified that Hie Rhine ..townsVDusseldorf,- Duisburg, and ...Ru-. I hort had been occupied without Inc^ dsnf.! .Tire Allied Rlilne commission ? ? reported with regard ' to the third . sanction k was decided to held Gus- toms receipts on.bchalf of the Repar- ations Committee. ' ' -, ? . 1 _ I

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Facts, freaks and Frauds Focused Cable and Telegraphic News. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

Facts, freaks and Frauds Focused Cable and Telegraphic News. (BY " X-RAY) "Pandora" in the ".Times"-arum ' Bethought he'd try some rhymes arum, He -1-?" God help us ! . . . . The "Infallible" Government's ap- pointment of Judge Hogan reveals its all-round reliability-doesn't it? j Wonder if Kaiser Hunt's appoint- ment will be challenged by some pat- riotic Australian. Probably the "Au- tocrat-creators" were more particu- lar for the safety of a henchman than of a Judge. . ' *.?'. . " God Save Ireland " was on the programme., of thc St. Patrick's Ltey I Concert, and when it is. known that I none of the contributors werer ¿ble I to either sing br play it, the degree of shame to which the race has descend- ed in some places can bc well under- stood. , . . . . I; /Thc "Protector of small nations" T^ind^ of» Irdand-^has, decreed : that the Countess Marckievicz-whom it has already persecuted a' dozen times -be imprisoned with hard labor for two years. And yet. there1 are apolo- gies for h...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. Tte * Northern Standard " aims at being tirooughly representative of Che Nortbera Tenitery aad with tais I end in view welcomes eorreapoa> dence from all outlying centrai. No. matter bow opposed 'to oar views free discussion it penaitted in our columns, so loni a» it is mot ab* naive and refers to matten of general intereffc Any complaints in relaid to »on receipt of paper should be repotted tb us - at once. We will do caw beat to remedy them; We would be grateful to our friends for tiiair good offices with neigh- bours, in obtaining frosh subscribers, etc, and in helping to add to thc power for good of the people's own newspaper. 1 ' Secretaries of thc varfoes Chiba and iuttlttftioot are invited to for v-ard condeasell r«ports of proceed-* ingsat (nettings, cte and wc will be* pieced to scud a rapraaeatatif« to any important fimctioa when daly notified. Our telephone Dunbar il lift and a ring up will secure any desired in- formation as to charges for .orl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

UP-TO-DATE QABACE CAVENAGH STEERT. DARWIN. ' i (ToMpeirt Corner). P « R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. ( Ring Teltphone 61 and yon can ry sad on v Prompt «nd Reliable Ser* - Thig is not Brag-it is say ? ? ingf just what a man leriows .; i> and your way fo prove it is KS; . A TRIAL. v » \ ~ ; l- * At .your Service Day or night . / J. W. OLSEN, DRIVER. i v And yotft can enjoy a leisure hour - \ '-tn our - - ' . BILLIARD ROOM Hceplng yoiíndf at thc same time * wei! Refreshed by our fa' % 'COOL DRINKS * R. B. ^P>QEN, Proprietor. ROBERT FARRAR & SONS. Smith Street, Darwin 'General Qommercial Agents . and Carriers til K#<í:^® Sí'%;-P: í ^ . ; ^ 1 .;? Motor Care for Hire Day or Night ?'iVi-vyV"'*;^' i-: ?'" í'v4.'; ! '-' V¡ ?' V---'.'i--lrV'--i':'.î'- ?','-)'.":' .V'"* 1 - 'I '¡.'-V-- -«(?'?.. THRBB CARS ; Competent, and Careful " « Drivers Two Lorries and Piano [Cart 14 . , /_ ^ r .: ? - ~- * Goods Delivered Anywhere < s : Phone 59 S. Drysdale, GENERAL CARRIER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

DI3R8 IMPERIAL LEAGUEW%OF AUSTRALIA: r K<- >.,±9; - y ...:;.:: ¿ Thc Sports Comnjittcc of thc above; remembering the , valuable ¡Mjrport given by thc ladies last An- zac Day ; Celebrations, would -gladly .welcome all ladies who would sup- port and work with thein this year to meet *Rc SportisvCommittcc in' the Palmerston Instituto at 8 p.m. on Tuesday -sand March. H. H. YATES, , ' S. E. COHEN, ' Joint Secretaries. ' AUCTION i . , SATURDAY, MARCH 261h, » At Brown's Mart. | E. V. V. BROWN will sell by I Auction QUANTITY FURNITURE Etc., Etc., consisting "of Caneware, Glassware, Crockery; Ice-clrcst, Bent- wood Chairs, Sewing Machine, Bed- steads (Double and . Single), Clocks, Matting Tables, Cupboards, Show Cases, Tin Jam, Tin Fruit, Sugar, .Kitchen Utensils, --and a- host of: Sundries. WITHOUT RESERVE ."tyí'' E. V/ V. BROWN, . » 'Auctioneer, NOTICE. JV SPECIAL MEETING of the j EXECUTIVE of the A.W..U. will bc j held, in the Union Office. TUESDAY NIGHT, thc sent! March. ....

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Light and Power. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

Light and Power. .The Council deserves commenda- tion for its' effort, even though be- lated, to make provisions for an elec . trici light and power supply for Dar- win, and under certain conditions on which we are yet in the dark'-de- serves to succeed. Such an under- taking, however, is one into which no representative body of men should . go without careful and full consider- ' iition. The very first condition on which ari. electric lightmg and power scheme may be safely undertaken is that it be the absolute property of the1 Council, that is, thc public, for unless it is- consumers must ncces-. sarily be mulct in excessive charges wherewith to pay excessive profits. We are faced with this phase of the question more strikingly because of the mention at this stage of a pros- pective charge of is 6d per .unit.' That charge would foredoom suc- cess insofar as it would ' be well known to bc excessive^ and' that it would, .therefore, prevent a maxi- mum of containers. Electric light is...

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THE WAR IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

V r ' THB WR IN IRELAND. Twô>" m«h Were found shot in a countryt lane" at' Aughanboy, 'County Monaghan , ' Guds on their feasts rvcre > inscribed, tried/, convicted and ewetutodl hy R,I.A. One of tho men has been identified as,Francis Mc« Phillip». Another youth', was found "tied to a gale, and v labelled, " "Too young to.t>elshot." , ' Ijvro ex-ahhy^inon who haxe bee« «íissHig fbrl'two days from 'Thurles were» found ,dead in a ' field. Cards :<^^.>pmne4:i;on^thc,^hc^ies.vwoire:''!nscribed,' . Spy.- WC*b*> Sinn Fein M.P. foi Sligo,i:haa ibeenarrcstcd disguised as a cattle, dealer. t There / ware 'thirteen Inrendis fires - iu . Liverpool ¡ district n.> attributed to .Shirt Feln'ers. i Five arreets were * ii i. ' i 1 ., mado-as- thei reiurc^of .locally oirganis ed 'emeVgehcy police. Two firemen 1 wérçïaccïdeiitlyjkilled tooday . when the motor",fire engine overturned In proceeding ito thc fire.

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BANK MANAGER MURDERED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 19 March 1921

BANK MANAGER MURDERED. One of the civilians killed in the   fighting in Brunswick Street, Dublin     has been identified as Mr. David Kelly, Manager of the Sinn Fein   Bank, and brother to the ex-Lord Mayor of Dublin.     ---------------        

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RUSSIAN AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

RUSSIAN AFFAIRS. Rosolvsk, leader of the rebels at Cronstadt states that there were a ?reat many spies and traitors within Cronstadt. Soviet attacks were 'aunched in overwhelming numbers. -Frotsky is taking no account of lives lost at Cronstadt. Machine guns played havoc among "the storming Bolsheviks. Bodies covered the ground in heaps. Terrific street fighting occurred at the end.. It is feared x the Bolsheviks will take r J bloody revenge for the loss of -.ttíe\>' battleship Petropaylosk which is stdl , afloat, but the guns have been thrown " overboard«^ The fate ofuthe erewj and the disabled vessels^ not known. r^1"

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