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THE "STANBARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921
Betides supplying general news and^H ^nrrcrit critiques" the " Standard*' willM advocate tilter alia, the following : v^^H "i The right of Small Nations aand^B ó¿*aÜ Nations. . M Amtfraliaan Self-De terminaron at earl|est opportune,date. v g*|^| V jQpmoc'ratic^ a* ' against imperaiis^^H tic inetnodsy and discontinuance pl^^| :>-':Tjkt sway, of reason .-over artinc£^H prejudice and might. . ? \ >\ 4 ^ » Virtues and Merits in Natjtoàs and individuals the sole sUndar^ of ' rer.^H ward-^ 7§xH ?:? The' Cherishing of nationaal sacrfc^^! fices and 6dèUty in. the cause of^H ttberty. ' /> .. .''\^B Lahor ideals, aínJeí at with full rér^H gard: for religious and mPral pnn-J^| ' : Abolition of monopolies, and secur>^^fl ing ''equal opportunities and full rc»]|^H suit of 'eFörf ~ ^ '^H i Freedom of religious thought amt the sacredness of individual cop^^^ science. , ' y .' * ???\:y:jQí S Neighbourship and brotherhood vin e, f j religicu s interrelations and in social s life , ' ' ; ...
THE SHIPPING TROUBLE. By Wire from our own Correspondent.). ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921
THE SHIPPING TROyBLE. ly Wire from ow o^rh .Correspon V: ???? 'A::;':Py deni)! O':- W/;%:; ' ) ADELAIDE, Monday/ Thc shipping cristi hap reached' such a stage that a general strike is being urged in order ta /force .-v^the « situation The Seamen and Shipow n- ers are summoned to the Arbitration T^!irt to-day and a conference or.' .inîons is also to (meet tooday to dis- cuss a général? strike, but it will pro- bably be adjourned in TÎew; .of ?? thc Seamen betrig summoned to couVt. Thc shipping troublé es still unset- * tied. The compulsory conference at j Melbourne was resultless, both part- j i ies adopting an uncompromising atti- /
A Stitch in Time. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921
twee* fo^ fö^ftÜr ' ^dçnmg, and that at any mowejit a ^q&pfa: «ay ibe^4íith^,.:étó¡*í. ^^^^"^^^^^ #ffl**> ^:«t«^^.;v^^in»'':' this, ?pf human natnre t» lo% ^ ed^ if the Gq*effhnent shvw «0 «tgas of ¿^earmlte^ T^ierc i| yet time to forestall trot^ ' lt. only reqwrei>^ ..^little; tact and a little oí the à^rit of ;''--give and take. In this direction the -, new A&lt;irñjñistrator':e^f4:; a»di'in our . c opinion should, play a nsefnl pari4On Investigation he -V^ifSU^lß^Üx^.' ' the n towl of the buür ^ the citizen» .'. :'of .ho Northern Territory . tb. carry ?/thc bardens of citiienthip without its . inferí all laws and nsaftt of '¿very'. Uyjlised nation. Without detailing - numerous other rri*v*M«« H i^r be ' takeji fot ^ hy: thé Unionists is the ^biotic, a» irttf-M'. the ipaoiy stand, ariel in tfcatf catt H ü clear that the urgent duty Ä ^ Oovernment is-to remove the IÍpl^/^¡:tóier>hic> 'is, so fffjfefct for discontent zyd danger. We Ç&iàféû^ he ? t...
Only a Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921
f VW¿ ^«^NU^ tpT admit " «bat -practically everybody 'in Darwin ù ^oairour oí doing his best towards thc idVinccaient of the Territory, ¿part altogether iro^ direct personal bene- fit Th* drawfciek is that one section J ásnaHy opposes ev'eything attempted by,th* other, with'the ttesüU that e»th tt stagnation or reaction» or both» re»: «?fttt¿ j^P^as sincere supporters of ^..jpfpgresV of Darwin and the ,^or thern Territory generally, we bave a /ew .ingestions to offer. We think ^^a^.itttiU'edt' to, make them ; and Wat ia jAiore. wc think can do much vjto} ' áfeist, -as -we fain\ wpuki : do. Our editor was one :?; of, the founders, of tat New South.. Wales Far-' »ers and Settlers' Association m tOpii a¿ínember of its firstf:extent Urti and'later a vice-President His iympatnies are with, the land worker nit welles with the industrial work ers, 'His support, will go to both |»ro^ed ,they honestly work for themselves. We suggest; then, that a sort of Progress Association or Land Settleme...
SUPREME COURT. (Before His Honor Deputy Judge Hogan). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921
(Before His Honor Deputy Judge , V . , Hogan). ;, . The periodical sitting bf the Dar- win Supreme Court .opened on TFues- '. day, before his Honor Deputy Judge Hogan: '?' ' The remanded murder case, in which Jim Goonbook, an aboriginal, was charged with the murder of anot- her aboriginal, occupied all day, the evidence being the same as on the * occasion of the previous hearing and the publication is therefore unneces- sary. Accused: was acquitted^ ,
WEDNESDAY. Larceny and Unlawful Possession. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921
;:VVEDNE9DAY. Larceny and Unlawful1 Possession. Peter Parker, D. P. Sullivan, and 1 J. Higgins were charged us above, v I i : Mr. Roberts appeared for , the. Crown; and Mr. Barrett for the de-: fence. .. ' ? .. ' : - . . ? | Thc following was the jury : T. H. i Sharp, Cornelius Sullivan, J. Ramer-, étz, Joseph Roberts, E. Prestlcy, J. Quigley, Frank Thomas, Gordon C. Marsh, W. M. Murray, A. J. Romer ctz, W. McMillan. Mr. Roberts gave particulars ¿of the Crown case. Accused "were charged with receiving a drum of: ! of psmU the property of the Govern- i I mçnt m November last The prose cution was under .Sec. 216. I Walter John Young, on oatbj, stat-; I ed that he was foreman for the Mines: I Department. He was at M'Gorry's Mill carly in December of last year. PhiKp ¿Hlra, another employes wa« whb fein, Left all Ut «auóal there, includnig a drum containing anti-corrosive paint-about one third of a drum. Recognised the drum (produced).' Went' to Newcastle Waters and on the way saw sever...
TIN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921
TIN. Early in-October this metal 'was quoted for £272 for cash and £276 forward.' A fortnight later there was a severe fall : amounting to over £30 per ton, due -to' /the threat of, a. coal strike and the weakness of ' metals generally. The report points, ont that statistically the position of ' tin isyvery sound and this will ; become more apparent when the consumption demand in England again awakens and America begins to buy in: real real earnest. Owing to the dullness' in tlíe vv elsh tinplate trade and the closing down of: tinplate works the market has been affected adversely. i , / i i &lt; 1