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CARRYING WAR TO ENEMY'S COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

CARRYING WAR TO ENEMY'S , COUNTRY. Incendiary rickfires continue in various parts of England. Thirty six haystacks were destroyed in London during the week end. One arrest was made. Occupants of a suspect- ed motor fired bombs, at police who tried to stop the vehicle and the motorists escaped.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

THE FIGHT FOR FREEDOM. | ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL COUP. Constable McKenna was shot dead on Monday at Falcarragh, County Donegal, and Constable Cameron was similarly slain at Mullinahone, County Tipperary. Republicans .attacked a train at Headford Junction, County Kerry, killing the officer and six men of the Royal Fusileers and wounding 12 others. They also killed a civilian and wounded two more. The fight lasted fifty minutes. The attack oc- curred in a railway cutting. Troops numbering thirty were detrained and suffered severely in the fighting. The survivors'withstoöd the attackers un- til a second train arrived bearing re- inforcements. It is believed that the Irish Republicans sustained a num- ber of casualties. One dead body .vas found. v The Dai! Eireann, the Sinn Fein Parliament, announces that it refuses to permit a census being taken and asserts that it would be an invasion of the rightg of the Irish people by an alien race.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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GREENWOOD'S FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

GREENWOOD'S ílGtRFSr The Chief Secretary for Ireland, Sir 4 Hamer Greenwood, aneouncrd in the House of Commons» to-day, thai the^,tota)^casualties,in Ireland 4lin»g last week end were io military and 5 police killed, II military and $ pci ice wounded,, 7 Republicans killed and seven wounded. In addition 6, \ > Republicans were made prisoners and three civilians wounded in an ambush at Dublin. /

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£2oo REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

; £2oo REWARD. ,^ -î The New' South s Wales Govern-1 ment has offered a reward of £200 for information leading to the ap- prehension of Thomas ~, Mulcahy, wanted for murdering his* wife by shooting her at Paddington on Feb- ruary 28th. i , "^rj-i*

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

MSjië ^Band|<fe^p^^ ?Éhi^hK>nth% has ;^ieen ^ pTpstppned::to P^^plij^whetó zWillrbe held; Members and intend (mgt^i^^

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Gable and Telegraphic News. TERRIBLE TRAGEDY BROOKFIELD, M.L.A., SHOT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

Gable and Telegraphic ;Newít TERRIBLE TRAGEDY BROOKFIELD, MiL;A., SHOT A terrible tragedy occurred at Riverton yesterday. A young Rus- sian, Kooman Tomayeff, passenger on the Broken Hill express to Ade- laide, ran amok with ;a§reyolver and shot five passengers including Mr. Percy Brookfield, MrL.A, the weu known Barrier Socialist, who died at Adelaide at 5.30 p.m. Forty-two shots were( fired altogether at any- one on the platform and^it was won- derful there was not more deaths. At the"* time the shooting commenced there were nearly 200 passengers on the platform. Tomayeff is a thick- set, powerful man,_3? years cf age. He was sober when the occurrence commenced and remarked to Mount- ed Constable Woodhead, who arrest- ed him, " I am sorry I shot Brook- - Jeld." The Russian was severely handled by the crowd. Whan chai ged at Riverton police court with shooting with intent to murder, To- mayeff said, " Yes, I shoot everybody because I afraid"two men in train, two knives, poison. They...

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YESTEY'S TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

YËSTÈY'S'TEÀM" Players'will be chosen from the following' ¿--Hawkins, Mitchell, pal ton, Quine, Clarke,1 J. Nichols,' Nut tall, George, Widdup, _ Robinson, ' Gough, Tootil, W. Law^rence^O'Neil;' Tindall, Tas,Graham,^'Bert Graham, Alec Barnett. ,> "~ \\" 1

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

^FQÔTBALL.: ?> The team to represent the Water sidean the'football match ¿to beheld on Saturday next, Waterside versus ^ Vesteys will be \ selected from the followingpiayersr-C Underhill, D. O'sullivan, A. AllwVight, T." Strick- land/ Bob Thomas, J. Harris, J. Dow J. McMillan, J. Todd, ^A. Brown, G. Hall, W. Fulton, D.' Finlayson, J. Quinn, H. Madson, M. Daley, G. ^ Lowe, L. Carr, J. Bonson, Kerosina, $SQ" Johnstone, M. Clunes; W. Wright, Graham (2), Turton, Wightman,' D. Thomas, W.^Bruce. " It is under- stood that amongst the latest addi- tions to the Waterside are a number of xxx Interstate players of note. Adamy Wright, Promoter. ' - '_11 !

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THE AWFUL PRICE OF FREEDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

THE AWFUL PRICE OF FREE- DOM. v We wonder if many people have ever bestowed serious thought upon the question of human freedom, and the awful prier it has cost and, is costing in blood and tears,. Those who take into consideration this phase of the life and history of peoples must be shocked at the rev- elations. They will easily discover that it is so-called "Civilisation" which crushes liberty and stamps out in rivers of blood the Gothgiv eu aspirations' of the people who seek to be free. We have read of the yoke of Babylon, of the bondage of Egypt, of the domination of Greece and Rome ; and - we ha)re read of the Carnatie, of the Palitin ate and of Acadia-it was the thing basely called /"Civilisation" blud- geoning the ' weaker peoples who sought to maintain or regain their freedom. Those who have read the memorable speech from the dock of the~ incomparable patriot Robert Em- met, will remember that he said that if all the blood spilt in Ireland by even that Bench which murderous...

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THE LATE RAILWAY ACCIDENT. CORONER'S FINDING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

THE ¿ATE RAILWAY ACCI- DENT. 1 .CORONER'S FINDING. After many adjournments of the inquest on the death of the late Frank Dowler, the Coroner deliver- ed his verdict on Monday fore- noon as follows : - There has not been such culpable negli- gence that it would be necessary to wait for the evidence of Clohesy. F. Dowler, on the nth day of Feb- ruary, 1921, accidently and by mis- fortune came to his .death by collis- ion between a vehicle on which he was travelling and a railway train. The Railway Authorities have all the evidence ; I do not wish to make any comment on the matter." At the hearing on Monday a doc- tor's certificate was tendered show- ing that Clohesy was unable to give evidence and not likely to be ever

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THE NORTHERN STANDARD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1921: [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

? THE NORTHERN STANDARD, I.WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1921: r Stand by the Right, condemn the Wrong, not in a spirit of_> hostility but that the evil may be changed in- to good. /

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Cable and Telegraphic News. (By Wire from our own Ccrrespondent). PHOSPHATES SALE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

Cable and Telegraphic 'New?.;*; (By Wire from our own Ccrrespon 1 dent). _ " PHOSPHATES SALE Ç The Phosphates Commissioner and Ministry of Agriculture sold Great Britain's share of the yearly output of phosphates deposits of Naru Is- land to New South Wales basic Stop Company.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. The " Northern Standard " aims at being thoroughly representative of the Northern Territory^and with this end in view welcomes correspon- dence from all outlying centres. No matter how opposed to our views free discussion'is permitted in our columns, so long as it is not ab- usive and refers % to matters of general interest. Any complaints in regard to non receipt of paper should be reported to 1.3 at once. We will do our best to remedy them. . * ?*" We would be grateful to our friends for their good offices with neigh- bours, in obtaining fresh subscribers, . etc., and in helping" to add to the power for good of the people's own newspaper. Secretaries, of the various Clubs and institutions are invited to for- rard condensed reports of proceed- ings at meetings, etc and we will be j pleased to send a representative to any important function when duly 'notified." v I Our telephone number is 119, and a ring up will secure any desired in- formation as'to charges...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRA- TIONS. A successful and most enjoyable afternoon's sports rewarded the Committee,for their exertions. The lowing are the results :-= ' 75 Yards Maiden Handicap, ist priae £2, 2nd £1, or trophies..-ist heat,.Ah Mat, 1 ; H. Hazeldene, 2. 2nd Heat, R. J. Farrar 1 ; E. Pres- ley, 2. 3rd Heat, H. W. Blytn, 1 ; R. Ardill, 2. 4th Heat, J. Uren, 1 ; A. Lawrie, 2. 120 Yards St. Patrick's Day Han- dicap, ist prize el io, 2nd £3, or trophies.-ist Heat, H. Hazeldene, 1; D. Presley, 2. 2nd Heat, R. Cooper, 1 ; R. J. Farrar, 2. 3dr HeaC J. Uren, 1 ; s.* Hocking, 2. 4th Heat, Ah Mat, 1 ; E. Presley, 2. - Long Football Kick, ist prize, £1, A. Lawrie( 155ft. 1. I Sack Race, 50 yards, ist prize, £1, Ah Mati. Boys* Race, under 15 years, ist prize los., 2nd prize 5s, Jim Watts, 1 ; Laurence Cubillo, 2. \ Run off seconds 120 Yards Han- dicap, E. Presley, 1 ; R. J. Farrar, 2. Putting the i61b weight, prifie £1, A. Conlin, 35ft sin, 1. Three Standing Jumps, prize £r, H. Hazleden...

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LANDS OFFICE METHODS. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

LANDS OFFICE METHODS. (To the Editor). Sir,-It is scandalous how som« applicants for advertised vacant blocks of land are treated .hy the Lands Office officials in the N.T. Whether they are to blame or whet- her it is at the office of the Minister for Home and Territories that the blame lies, I cannot at present say, but XI shall certainly find out. " The-treatment ladled out to rae lately" by the" local Land Office offi r ' ciáis is very unjust (stronger terms could be justly used). - 1 I intend putting my case before Mr Poynton on his arrival and as I have heard similar complaints from other would-be settlers re the unfair treat- ment that their applications have re- ceived I would strongly urge them to place the matter whole-heartedly before Mr. Poynton so that the of- ficial culprits, whether at Darwin or Melbourne, could be brought to heel. It is time that playing into the hands of the land monopolists , by Ministers of the- Crown or their sat- ellites, was put a stop to., Woul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

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METAL QUATATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

: . METAL QUATATIONS , The , following _ metal quotations were received by the, local~""MÍnes Office on Tuesday morning :- Cop perj standard spot, £68 2s 6á; three months, £66 17s 6<r; electrolytic, £70 ios- to £71 ,10s ; Lead, .spot, £18 ii¡r;"forward, £19 ; Tin, stan ! dard- spot,^~£i54 17» 6d ; three ! months, £157 ,17s 6d ; Molybdenite, t per unit, £2 15s ; .Wolfram, per unit, j 13s ; Gold, per ounce,.£5 5s.

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ST. KILDA CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

?>z\STlKILDA CUP;; At the V.A.T.G meeting on Sat- urday, the? Str Kilda Cup was won by" Mufti, Accrington second;" King of the.-Sea third. Betting'; ii to i.

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JOCKEYS SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

fíJOCKEYS SUSPENDED. s pn'Friday,"the Adelaide jockeys, following' their decision the "6.A.J.G withdrew the licenses to March' 31 ^f J. Ryan and G. Hale and sus- pended Call/, Neale, Cook and Dar mody^ill March 31 for refusing to ride the{ Steeplechase, Port Meeting,' until the field w§s reducet^to twenty starters. They threatened f 'notv to ride in '? to-day's meeting unless the suspensions were 'removed. ' Thef owners took a hand andLafter con- ference with the jockeys notified that ''an agreement had been"arrived at.'

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

Attention is directed to the an- nouncement by Mr. E. V. V. Brown, that a half interest in Pearse and Party's leases at Maracbry Un firJd, ¡s open for sale. Particulars may be had by applying to Mr. Brown, __,

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