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BOXING. BIG FIGHT ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

-?ff BOXING. . ¿BIG''FIGHT ARRANGED. , Gerorges» Carpentier states he has -,signed v.â^ contract to fight Jack < Dempsey; in New York State on July .2nd. l .- * ,.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
"CIVILIZING" THE IRISH [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

^¡0j^^^§0^i^^ i Dublin Castle reports that armed j men shot Constable Reynolds dead [at Clifden, County Galway. During ' subsequent searches John Macdonald i was shot dead by the military. A police patrol was attacked at Bally mote, County Sligo, and one con | stable was- killed' j William Kennedy, Merchant,- wai shot dead outside Bosfris, County Carlow. * ' ,- > \ - A train was held up and, the mails captured. ".» x *, vl'^

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

LENIN SPEAKS. 'T- j A message received in Reval states that the Russian Bolshevik Premier, M. Lenin, speaking before (he Com* munist Congress in Moscow, said that he had been mistaken in his I Bolshevist, hopes. He had abandon- ed hope of a world revolution and Russia must enter into agreements with bourgeois Governments and ' mott encourage enterprise. 4

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FURNISHING RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

FURNI8HING RETURNS. ,Mr. E, P. Geraghty, Sub-Collector \ of Customs, has received advice theil by Section 19 of the War Precaut- ions Act Repeal Act of 1920, and the > regulations thereunder whereby rep I resentatives or agents in Australia-of any overseas company or firm are re- - quired to furnish, in the case oi a company, the name and address, the amount of the capital, the names and addresses of its branches (if any) . and such other particulars as are prescribed ; and in the case of a' firm, the name and address, the ~ name, nationality, and address of each member, the amount of th* zzi- .. ¡tal, the names and addsesscs of ki _r branches (if any) and such ci-.sr particulars as are prescribed." "Such . representatives are required to fur- - nish the necessary information to the Sub-Collector within three months after 2nd December, 1920,. Forms and further information can be ob- tained on application at the Cus- toms House, Darwin. -

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOT HAVING LLOYD GEORGE'S GIFT. DESPERATE BATTLE REPUBLICANS HOLDING THEIR OWN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

NOT HAVING LLOYD t GEORGE'S GIFT. «??«H» _ -if , DESPERATE BATTLE?; ." REPUBLICANS HOLDING V. THEIR OWN. t * i Sinn Fein raids are daily berafe' made in Dublin upon post offices'and other Government . establishments. Attacks on the military continue al most hornig tcaníúag in » reip^ of terror. Sinn Feiners to-night bombed two motor lorries of soldiers in Freder- ick Street The soldiers fired before- hand and shot one man when throw- ing bombs commenced. The soldiers then fired a further volley and'killed two civilians and a youth, but it is not known whether the slain were among the attackers.. Several per-"' sons were arrested. A small party of Republicans at Upton, in County Cork, attacked a military party. During the fight 7 soldiers and one policeman and 7 Republicans were killed. Military reinforcements arrived and a running fight ensued across country. ~~., -? Another military party was 'am- bushed in Dungarvon. In the battle which lasted hours, one soldier and several Republ...

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BONAR LAWLESS DRAWS OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

BSÜAR LAWLESS.DRAWS OUT. The-Prime Minister, Mr. Lloyd George, in the House of Commons to-day announced the retir« ment of Mr. Law from the Cabinet. Mr. Law in writing him expressed regret that the strain of last year compelled him to relinquish political work.

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

ST. PATRICK'S DAY IN 1ÎEL Ó BOURNE. 1 _--" -í¡ Lively incidents marked the Irish procession in Melbourne on Satur- day. An elderly man was hired -for fifteen shillings by some jingoes, to .carry a Union Jack at the head of the procession, and there was vigor- ous hooting. At the intersection of Bourke and Queen Streets the flag was unfurled by the bearer and two men rushed from the crowd and seized it. The police later recover- ed it At the intersection of Bourke and Exhibition Street a body of men witt'a lárgeíSinn Pera: flag¿ tooJç^ position at the head of the procession and were wildly cheered. Mounted troopers then dashed amongst the csowd which dispersed to the Exhi- bition Grounds where the procession 1 ended. St. Patrick's- Day was : observed quietly in Adelaide. -'; _

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE FACTS 0F THE UPTON FIGHT. GREAT REPUBLICAN ACHIEVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

THE FACTS, 0FTHE ti^TON ;, N " ^ , FIGHT.« Z['\¿;*'{ytZ :_ . GREAT REPUBLICAN AC-*' ^ HIÉVEMENT. ^ *- " N Details of the recent Sinn Feinn raid and fighting at Upton, are filter- ing through but it is difficult to ob- tain exact information. A Sinn Fein eyewitness who fled from the district states that 8 military lorries left Bandon at 3 a.m. on a search mis- sion and had ^to pass over a' bridge. This was blown up while they were crossing it with the result that three lorries were demolished and practically all the occupants be- came casualties. Three drivers were skilled andf^hrce soldiers-were mor- tally woumled. Simultaneously fir- ^ ing was opened hy the ambushers from several directions. The survi- vors put up a fight pending the ar- rival of assistance. The explosions at the bridge were heard at Bandon and at Ballincollig. Sinn Feiners ex- pected a /dispatch of reinforcements which had been arranged with a ser- ies of ambuscades to entrap them. The defenders resisted -until re...

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

KILLING THE GOOSE.: A message from Coblenz states thates that the Allied Customs bar- rier will operate within a week. France is hoping to gain substantial- ly from it but in some quarters little is expected. It is pointed out that the total yield of German taxation is. £3,000,000,000 of which Rhine customs provide only a fraction.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANOTHER WORLD WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

ANOTHER WORLD WAR. :The New York "Times" Chicago correspondent interviewed Sir Phil- lip Gibbs, war correspondent, who said there would be another great European war soon. ; The world .had not moved forward as a result of the recent war. Europe was repeat- ing rather faithfully all old mistakes. The balance of power notion was again predominant in the minds of European statesmen despite the fact that it plunged the continent into the last debacle. A French-Polish alliance and other alliances are being formed secretly and , openly which I means that the continent is choosing sicles again'for another tussle. I '

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GERMAN VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

j GERMAN VIEW.v il , s Dr Von Simons in an interview said he accepted Lloyd George's for- mula as approved,by the House' -of "Commons/ Germany should pay to a limited^ capacity but he rejected the methods proposed by M. Briahd, The latter's plan,'he said, .would, compel German industrial magnates ' to realise on their -wealth ', to '' pay- \ Germany's creditors which was not' an acceptable proposition. -: ." \ ^

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
BRINGING RUSSIAN UNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

BRINGING RUSSIAN UNITY. - J Messages from. Reval states that M Lenin has opened negotiations with leaders of the Mensheviks and.social revol tionaries for;the -.purpose of establishing a coalition Government.

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

Call and See MARRY ORIBBON, dineral Cash Storekeeper, Auctioneer, Valuator, House & Commission Agent, &c. CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN ! Best Stocks. Best Quality. Lowest Prices, N Special Attention Given to Country Oiders Phone No. ni " WING WAH LOONG and Co. IMPORTERS & GENEI&L STOREKEEPERS, fresit Shipments of Groceries ¿ Proyisions Every Boat À Large assortment of Drapery, Footwear, Tobaccos, Pipes, Cigars and Cigarettes always on Hand. Fancy Work Goods, Chinese Silver, Ivory and Pearlshell Novelties in variety ! Cknwf Silks--A Fine MW Assortment Jost to Hani BRANCHES AT-Pine Creek, Northern, Territory, Broome, W.A., Sydney, N.S:W; VÄJ WAH LOONG &, CO, tCAVENÁGH STREET, DARWIN TÍlepnone No. 14. s Telephone No. 14. & XAM YAN & CO, CMEBAL STOÍEKEEPEII, Cavenagh Street,; Darwin. CHÍNESE AND EUROPEAN GOODS OF ALL \it ".; ' DESCRIPTIONS - - General Grocer, Tobacconist, etc. DRAPERY;; / FANCY GOODS. BOOTS. Fresh Stocks Every Boat CHEA...

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Open Column. (We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed by correspondents.) THE "TIMES" AND MR. CONIGRAVE. (To-the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

Open Column. (We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed by correspondents.) THE "TIMES" AND MR. CONI GRAVE. (To-the Editor.)9 . Sir.-The inspired report in Satur- day s issue of the " Northern Terri- tory Times» of the Clerical Section ! of the A.W.U. meeting is another glaring example of how a drowning man will grasp^ at a straw. I «ay without hesitation. that the report is distorted and is characteris- tic of the "Times,"- for the way in which it mutilated Nelson's address and even in its desperation attribut- ed Nelson's-arguments to those used by Mr. Conigrave, "Body-snatching" many of the points alleged to have been made Jiy Mr. Conigrave and which were never hinted at by him- self when he addressed the. meeting. The report, which is obviously, the work of an interested and biassed person, refrained from giving one word of Nelson's lengthy and com- plete reply to Mr. Xonigrave's wild* and suicidal ^statements. < That Nel- son, smashed every argument advanc- e...

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DATE FOR CLAIMS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

^ DATETOR CLAIM^ , Mr. E, P. Geraghty, Sub-XpHector of Customs, is Jn receipt of the fol- lowing information :-rThe Sub-Col- lector is informed that the 30th June, Í921, has "been fixed as the last day on which completed claims under ar- ticle, 296 of the Treaty of Peace be- tween the Allied and Associated Powers and Germany by British Nat- ional residents ^ in_ Australia against1 German Nationals resident-in , Ger- many will be received by the Clear- ing .Office at Melbourne.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

NOTES. AND NEWi. j The Sports on Saturday .proyed^ very enjoyable. -, * ? ' . _i-- ??*?' ^ \ The officials .gave . every satisfac- tion, and the competition was keen." F / Vestey's Football Club ' supplied !the bulk of ' the successful competi- tors. It is nearly time the local Council decided to hold its meetings at night time so that proceedings could be reported. Butter sells at 2s 2d per lb. retail in Brisbane'. A" profit of So per cent. (3s 3d)_ is not bad tor Darwin ven- dors. We wiif soon think the Price Fixing Board is a huge farce. The next issue of'the "Standard" will- be published on Saturday,' as usual, with two issues the following week-on Wednesday and Saturday. After that the "Standard" will be issued thrice weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays as origin- ally announced. The appeal of Mr. Mallara against ; his suspension by the late Deputy Judge was advanced a further stage in theJHigh Court on Tuesday when the Court ruled that the order of sus- pension was a nul...

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A CANDID CRITICM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

- À CANDID CRITIC!!. Even the "S.M. Herald " cannot help seeing the delinquency of the Government in connection with the Northern Territory. Here is what it says in a leading article : "Mr. Staniforth Smith's term as Acting-Administrator of the- Nor-4 thern Territory appears to mark a definite point in the history of that troubled region. He went there in the midst of a serious crisis. He was specially asked to go because he is experienced in administration of tro- pical countries (he had served four- teen years in New Guinea), and he undertook the onerous duty as a special mission for the go%d of Aus- tralia, stipulating two conditions that his appointment away from New Guinea should be only temporary, and that he might take with him the Prime Minister's written promise to bring in legislation to give the Territory a representative in the Federal Parliament-a voice, though not necessarily a vote. Under the promise of such representation the ebullition of local feeling subsided a fe...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

GOOD FRIDAY. Devotions wilLcommence on Good Friday evening at the Catholic Church at 7.30 consisting of the Stations of the Cross and a Sermon on the Passion." FOR SALE. Half-interest in the Registered leases of Pearse and Party; Maran-; boy Tin Fields, ; N.T.-^For particur lars apply to £ V. V. BROWN, * I * Agent. . BAND OF HOPE. The Next Meeting will be in the form of a SOCIAL EVENING/ to be held in the Methodist Church on FRIDAY, 22nd APRIL, at 8 p.m. . ' , ... -?..< FOR SALE. "" ?/ '' .____; ' .. /???"« ÀBOT 180 SHEETS , OF GAL- VANISED IRON, Mixed. Same can be inspected at the A.W.U. Qfc .fice. -t './?.> '.-''* -. H. NELSON; Branch Secretary. AUCTION SATURDAY, MARCH 26th, - 1 O - At Brown's Mart. ,-E. V. V. BROWN will sell by Auction QUANTITY FURNITURE Etc., v Etc., consisting of'Caneware, Glassware, Crockery, Ice-chest, Bent- wood Chairs, Sewing Machine, Bed- steads (Double and Single), Clocks, Matting Tables, _ Cupboards, Show Cases, Tin Jam, Tin Fruit,. Sugar, ...

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WRONG SITE CHOSEN. (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

-WRONG SITE CHOSEN. v(To the Editor). On hearing of a new tin battery being erected at Hidden Valley my mate and self started from Hayes' Creek to try our luck, knowing that' there were some fair tin shows, and that with an up-to-date plant pro£ pcctors could make a little better than wages and keep off the labor market. After having a look round the field and making enquiries about the bat- tery site, we find Out that the Mines Department has made another mis- take by getting a high-paid official to \ pick the site,swhich is to be four miles from the nearest workings, and a river has to be crossed,; whereas if it was left to the men on the field, a site could be .got one mile from the centre of the field and.within half a mile of a made road. Stone could be «.carted all the wet'season, which means a big item to the miner, but if the. Mines Department erects the battery on the site chosen the field will-turn out to be*"a carrier's pro- position and ofvyery little good to Lthe ;man t...

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The Mining Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921

The Mwtof Jtaäogfy.*""" cape^eo^j^ onious and contemptuous ; treatment v-::ínj|ítha^^^ ':';3Í>y¿-n^ ;';^uji|^|an3^^ arfe in Ó^tíclr^par^bf the"'Commong, wealth. 'We-are in the happy poßi^ tion of-^having^ minerar resource~s ¡ equal, if .not" superior, to those :_of ¿ny other'State, and yet practically: no~ encouragement is given, ' evenl^:1 the Government or private! specÜlär| tors» to their development. We;quite| recognise the complaint that our: mineral resources,cost more to de- velop than elsewhere, partly because the standard of wages is higher and partly because the mining centres are more inaccessible. But . neither of these two obstacles should be suf- ficient to discourage local residents of enterprise and comparative wealth from doing their share in the devel- opment of mining. From what we know of our mining fields, and what we have gleaned from reliable offic- ial sources there can be no question- ing their superior richness ; and surely if distant fields have been su...

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