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CANDID CRLTICISMS. A Decoy Duck. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921
CANDID GRpíCÍSMS. A Decoy Duck. " The glaring exhibition of servility^ and consciencclessness \vhicb7 we have all had the painful tasjç of-en -tiuring during tyie past few days, is one, the like oí which we hope we sha.ll not see again. We refer to the scandalous distortion of truth given in the report on îhe Clerical Section meeting in* Saturday's issue of our contemporary. That even personal hate could make an editor prostitute his pen--or his space-to such ar de- gree of distortion and misrepresenta- tion is hard to understand ; and that ¿his could be unblushingly done in the Jight of the outrageous despot- ism and autocracy embodied in the Public Service Arbitration Act which we published in full so that all may judge for themselves, can only show that some sections of the press are lost to all shame and to all sense of self-respect. There is another phase of the question too, ¿which is not unworthy of special notice. It is" the blatant champion- ship of the " Decoy duck " Coni ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921
UP-TO-DATE GARAGE CAVENAGH STEERT, DARWIN. (Tonpein's Corner). R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. Ring Telephone 61 and you can pound on Prompt and Reliable Ser- vice.' ' . X ft , ) f&lt;î ia * ^ This is not Brag-it is say 'f ing just what a man knows ; 'j ' .and your way to.prove it is g^t » A TRIAL. ~ ,» \ At your Service Day or night f j J. W. OLSEN, DRIVER. And you can enjoy a leisure hour - in our - * BILLIARD ROOM Keeping yourself at the same time well Refreshed by our fal COOL DRINKS i R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. ROBERT FARRAR 4 SONS. Smith Street.'Darwin General (jcnimercial agents and Carriers i. ' \ Motor Cars for Hire Day or .. Night THREE CARS Competent and Careful " J , Drivers Two, Lorries and Piano Cart Goods Delivered Anywhere ^ t Phone .59 ^--«.S. Drysdale; GENERAL CARRIER, \* ají "Mile. Telephone/106 Orders Promptly Attended to Dr. ' C, JL HILL DENTAL SURGEON Specialist in Crown and Bridge .. work. May be consulted at Hs rooms at the cottage Between Commercial Bank an...
W.A. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921
\W. A- CRICKET. . The.-Australians ' began -a . three î\days',"match in West Australia -on .Saturday. -Australia, first innings; ' Collins, b Robinson, 67 ; Bardsley, b Buttsworth, 7f Andrew's, b Banks, 54 ; Ryder, st.. Evers, b Robinson, I02;; MacCartney, c and b Butts- worth,- 30 ; Armstrong, c Rowe, b Buttswbrth, 18 ; Taylor, b Banks, ' .; 52;, Gregory, b Christian,-50 ; Old- field; not out; 8; Mailey,' ti "Christian, 1 ;., Macdonald, b ' Christian,* o ; sun , dries^ó. Total 396. ^fowling : Buttsworth 3 f or 89, Christian; 3 for 49,. Robinson 2 for 125, Banks "2, for 84. " Western Australia,' first innings, 1 Bott,'st. 01dí;v«í ? f Hov.trd. not out, 7 ; Rowe, b Mailey, 8 ; Total - for two wickets .16. JJowlngi: Mailey 2 for 7. . .. .
STRANGULATIONS MORE THAN AVENGED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921
STRANGULATIONS MOREU/V^ THAN AVENGED!, *> ^ ,' , At Dublin on Saturday night three &lt;r^* bombs were thrown on" at military*vV lojry. Two exploded and killed two/fl, soldiers and wounded an officer.- Air - I volley was fired by the military ¿and/ three civilians were wounded. ;% ^"4-r*V Curfew hours, have been*extended-^ , from 8 p.m. until s a.m: t ' t : ^ -, I In recent fighting" in WaterfOrd &lt; at¡o the seaport of Dungarvan,; the'Irish'' ' forces captured a .. police sergeant &lt; whose dead body was found' later blindfolded,''bearing a card inscribed ^Executed." In the same affair the "Republican forces ambushed a relief party and killed the driver, but lost seven men killed. ' '* | ' The casualties during the "week end among the Crown forces have been killed 12, wounded 13.- , ,sThe losses of the Sinn Feiners were killed 12, wounded 7. - , v " ' \
MEAN VENGEANCE OF THE BAFFLED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921
MEAN VENGEANCE' OF-:THE* * - BAFFLED. ^~ Refugees state that many, lires arc vissible on local farms. Troops and armoured cars have since poured into the area burning and devastating. Spasmodic outbreaks occurred lat-, er near Cork. " \ t " o -* .' Armed men attackedr a patrol of .. military to-night and wounded two,' after which they retired before rein- ?> forcements with unknown losses. Another party in Corkv shot four men in their homes one of whom has since died. ; >? - J" - >
Spice of Sport. (By Wire from our own Correspondent). CRICKET. M.C.C. TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 March 1921
apios of Sport. \S-Ù Ç :-u (By,~Wire from our own Correspon 1-??J ¿ dent). .iX f" CRICKET. rir - M.C.fc TEAM. . ! ', ^The M GC Team tourir.g Ausfra ha left fpr London by the R.M.S. Osterley,- yesterday. r >", * _&lt;- ._ ^ ', j Th| Australian eleven and West ? Australia match was continued yes , terday on a wet wicket. v Scores : Australia; first innings, 306. Wcst ^ ièrn Australia, first innings, C. Sow ' ard,c Collins,-b McDonald, 8; /L. - , BotCst, Oldfield,, b Mailey, 1 ; * E. \ Rowe,b'MaiIey,^8; T. A. Christian, ^blMcDonaîd, 4; E. Hcary, c Ryder, ra b Mailey, I ; A. Banks, c Bardsley, b McDonald 4 ; E. Evers, c Collins, T ti-Armstrong, 8; G Robinson, b MacCartney, 16 ; R. M. Evers, G , Collins, b MacCartney, 7 ; Á. Meek, not/out, 12; F. B ttsworth, not out, S ; ;byesK 14. Total for 9 wickets, 88. ^ "Bowling,,: MacDonald 3 for 16 ; y ^íailey, 3 for 12, MacCartney 2 for 9, . 'Armstrong' 1 for 24.' t -.. \ " * --.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 March 1921
Call and See General Cash Storekeeper, v Auctioneer, Valuator, House & Commission ' Agent, &c. CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Best Stocks. Best (Quality. Lowest Prices, ? -; Special Attention Given to Country Oiders Phone No. in , . : ?? ? ?>>>'* ? WING WAH LOONG and Go. IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Fresh Shipments of Groceries &lt;fc Provisions EvervBoat A Large assortment of Drapery, Footwear, Tobaccos, Pipes* Cigars and Cigarettes always on Hand. Fancy Work. Goods, Chinese Silvery Ivory and Pearlshell Novelties in variety r Chinese SÄ8-A File oew Assortment Just lo Hand R ? L.!L'"1L _ll -, BRANCHES AT-Pine Creek, Northern Territory, Broome, W. A. j Sydney, N.-S.W. ^ WING WAH LOONG & CO., .CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Telephone No. 14.* Telephone No. 14. & YAM YAN & CO. * GENERAL STOREKEEPER. ' Cavenagh Street, Darwin. CHINESE AND EUROPEAN QOODS OF ALL v DESCRIPTIONS / General Grocer, Tobacconist etc. DRAPERY. FANCY GOODS. ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 March 1921
The Don Pictures should draw a big'"House" on Easter Monday night. See advt, for details. The excellent sports programme of the Returned Soldiers' League for Anzac Day, should attract large en- tries and a big crowd of sight-seers. See advt in our business columns. The "New Witness" (London) states that Australian officers and men have accepted ÎAoyd George's offer of employment for the murder and destruction campaign in Ireland. We are sorry to hear of it-they should know better.
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 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 tm our . views free discussion is permitted in our columns, so long as it is not ab- usive and refers to matters of ! general interest. I Any complaints in regard to non receipt of paper should be reported to 1 KS 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 th&lt; .power for good of the people's owt newspaper. i Secretaries of the various Club! and institutions are invited to for ward condensed reports of proceed ingsat meetings, etc and we will b j pleased to send a representative ti any important function when dui: notified. t ' Our telephone number is 119, zn a ring up will secure any desired in formation as to charges fo...
Rhymes of the " Times. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 March 1921
* \ '.'v.'..;" " - ' ..; . / Pvhymes óf:the " Times: (Continued). ; :; (By'"Dambcies:'') When moths espy the light-arum " They make ' their headlong flight varam, And; like the paper kite-arum Get in an .awful plight-arum. i Thus scribblers in the "Times "-arum Take on a-making rhymes-arum, Unconscious that their chimes-arum Are journalistic crimes-arum ; Are outrages) on sense-arum ; Are meaningless and dense-arum, At grammar a .pretence-arum -And thrashincss intense-arum. Sans logic truth and fact-arum, Sans manliness and tact-arum 1 , Refuted lies are. hacked-arum And freedom's shrine attacked-arum. To hide its tracks it puns-arum And. champions the " Huns "-arum Sinn Fein it hardly stuns-arum With rusty, empty guns-arum. ( Just let me ask that scribe-arum And all his hating tribe-arum, _Why they don't now subscribe-árum To their boomed war-time bribe arum; And why these " Hymns of hate" . . arum V i In prose.and rhymes of late-arum ? . Why slam each , open gate-arum On Labor, an...
Pertinent and Opportune. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 March 1921
Pertinent and Opportune. Copy of letter, by Mr. H. Nelson, to the Press Agency, and refused publication : 1 " There is in Darwin a little junta , of anonymous reactionaries who were very scandalised at the attitude of the Acting Administrator .towards Industrialists." They fondly hoped that he was coming up to punish in- dustrialists for alleged misdemean- ours which occurred before his ar- rival or at least to treat them as outlaws who deserved punishment . " Staniforth Smith with -fourteen years of administrative experience adopted the correct constitutional at- titude. He^ recognised he had noth- ing to do with occurrences of thc past as a Royal Commission appoin; ted. by the^Gjoyernor-General arrived in'the same vessel as. he did. It wai the special work, of that Commissioi to enquire into ait-troubles of th« past-and apportion blame for certait happenings. The Acting-Administra i tor, who kept ' strictly aloof from th .Commission, could uot -anticipate it findings and as every ...
THE "STANDARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 March 1921
THE "STANDARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. . Beside* supplying general news ana current critiques the " Standard *' wi) advocate inter alia, the following The right of Small Nations aar, of all Nations. Australiaan Self-Determination ri' earliest opportune date. ? j Democratic, aá against imperalis ' tic methods and discontinuance of .privileges. ! I The-swav of reason over artifice prejudice and might. Virtues and Merits in Nations and individuals the sole standard of re- ward.. j The cherishing of nationaal sacri- fices and fidelity in the cause ot liberty. > ~ j. Labor ideals, aimed at with full re- gard for - religious and moral prin- ciples. Abolition of monopolies, and seçur ' ing equal opportunities and full re ! suit of effort. J 'Freedom of religious thought and the sacredness of individual con- science. - Neighbourship and brotherhood in religious interrelations and in social life. , j Equal educational and. all other natural advantages and rights' for all j sections. / ' j Invar...
FREIGHTS DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 March 1921
FREIGHTS DOWN. The Commonwealth shipping line is reverting forthwith to its old rates for all refrigerated freights. Rabbits will be from 180s to 140s net ton measurement, icanned meats 120s to loos, new meat rates will be, beef i#d lb, mutton i%d, lamb 2d. A rate war seems inevitable unless the other lines follow suit. The Manager, Mr. Herbert Larkin, explains that action taken is in consequence of shippers representation t' at high freights are killing thc refrigerating trade.
GERMANY WONT BEND THE NECK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 March 1921
GERMANY WONT BEND THE ... . /"NECK.:: . '-rr:V Advices from Dusseldorf state, that the newspapers of the towns of Rheinish Prussia hint that Germany -will refuse to pay the £50,000,000 reparation instalments which falls due to-day, and, that she will also raise the question of the future ap- plication of sanctions of the recent. Inter-Allied economic conference held at Paris. ? _
Cable and Telegraphic News. THE RIVERTON TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 March 1921
Cable and Telegraphic News. THE RIVERTON TRAGEDY. The Riverton tragedy resulting in the death of Percy Brookfield, M.L.A., is exciting intense interest\in Adelaide. A post-mortem examina- tion of the body was held by Coron- er Ramsay Smith in Adelaide hospi- tal yesterday. The inquest will be held on March 31st. Tomayeff was charged at the Adelaide pólice court this morning with murdering Brook- field. The injured people in Ade- laide Hospital are doing well. Brook- field's funeral takes place at Broken Hill on Friday.