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WHY NOT APRIL iST? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
WHY NOT APRIL iST x? An Order in Council fixes April 19 _as the dayjfor the preliminary stages of the establishment of " Jrish'"' Gov- ernment under the "Home Rule" r Act, and May 3rd as the first day for. the general operation of the Act,) >raheñ a proclamation will be. issued ; .sümmohingíthé southern and north- ern Irish Parliaments," the elec- tions to be held in May. Irish public services will be transferred to _thc newly created Governments.
WAR BREWING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
WAR BREWING. The German Charge ^'Affairs , has notified the Reparations Commission of the Germans' inability to* pay the instalment of fifty million pounds due. It is understood that Germany rejected the Commission's calcula- tion that Germany had only paid four hundred million pounds. Ger- many maintains she has already paid the full one thousand million pounds.^ She denies the right of convocation experts to decide the point, declaring in advance that she is not in a posi- tion to pay. The Reparations Com- mittee has decided to extend the ¡penalties against Germany for non fulfilment of the treaty obligations .With reference to the reparations ^payments additional measures include servants replacement of the Prussian non-Rhenish civil servants in the oc- cupied Territory.
JAPS PREPARING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
JAPS PREPARING. I The Japanese budget appropriating half the national revenue for arma- ments passed both houseswithout op- position. The Budget Committee brought up a report stating that the United States intended to concen- trate naval power in the Pacific. ! A New York press dispatch quotes Admiral Gleves who said Japan would equal America's naval powet jby 1928. _-._ -
NOTEWORTHY SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
NOTEWORTHY SPEECH. , BY A.L.P. PRESIDENT. Mr. LambertrPrcsident of thc New South .Branch of the Australian Lab7 or Party, addressing the annual con- ference in Sydney, affirmed that com- pulsory division of large estates was an imperative necessity. The Gov- ernment was working at a great disadvantage owing to the Upper House emasculating practically every measure. - At the last conference the . *>artv requested the Government to -swamp the Upper House but so far -bad. boen~taken in that- dir - T?orrnrdini? proportional rep- ris":' t^.tîon .thc party was of opinion that the present system should stand with proper modifications and simpli- fications. There seemed to be a movement on the part of employers and politi ians to create unemploy- ment and saddle the country with a scheme of despotism and Imperial- ism*, this would rob the people's self governing rights making the State a i vassal to be used in the interests of j English and foreign capitalists.
VESTEY'S TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
VESTÈY'S TEAM/ Players will be chosen', from the', following for the challenge?: match on Saturday,: Hawkins, Mitchell J. Nichols, Dalton, Quin£ Glarke^Nut tail, George, Widdup, Robinson/.; Gough, Tootil, W. Lawrence,- O'Neil,': ; tindal, - Tas. Graham, Bert. Graham^ Alec Barnett, D. Graham, W.'Graham E. Presley, A. Colley, H. Hazelbane. Thc following players will repress. ?,2ht the Wharfie's oh Saturday next :., -W. Fulton, H. Finniss, W. Bruce,\ A. Ramicrcz, B. Wighcma, F. Tur- ton, T. Harmonis, C. Underbill, . J:¡ Allright, F. Cook, W. Swift, C. Spain, D. Graham, A. Graham, J.V Harris, W. Lee. Emergencies : ? - - Wingham, Bonson, Brown, Thomas, Guss, Pearce. Í ... -
DARING FEAT IN CORK. GAOL WALLS SCALED ROPE LADDERS USED. CONSIDERATION FOR CAPTIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
DARING FEAT IN CORK. GAOL WALLS SCALED ROPE LADDERS USED. CONSIDERATION FOR CAP- TIVES. j A force of the Irish Republican Army surrounded Cork Gaol last night and made a desperate but un- successful attempt to liberate prison- ers. They first siezed the post office and imprisoned the staff together with loo persons found in the streets I near the prison. They next placed a guard over the building and instruct- ed the occupants to lie on the floor I when the firing began. The Repub- licans then scaled the walls of the ¡ goal and dropped rope ladders into the yard. One political prisoner see- ing the ladder made a dash for liber- ty, but was recaptured. Finding their plans could not be accomplished in time the Republicans dispersed.
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
The Railway Authorities should take into serious considerationthe question of runriingat least a weekly . service inland. We quite realise that' it is not advisable to add to the an- nual loss, but this is ^really a...vital service, just as is . the delivery. of mails or the carrying on of education- al services.- If the trains were run even weekly it would prove of /great and permanent value. . j¡
CRUCIFIXION OF PAPUA. ("Brisbane Daily Mail.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
CRUCIFIXION *OF PAPUA. (" Brisbane Daily Mail.") Papua is a territory of Australia, and the Commonwealth is responsible for its administration, development, i and general well-being. The trust . ..'imposed 'on the Commonwealth it may bç plainly stated has been be- trayed, and the attitude of Australia j has been worse thaii that . of any melodrama stepmother to the friend- less girl heroine, j Take"thc trade connection of Pap- ! ua with Australia, where thc exports from -thc'Territory are-almost entire- ! ly'.those ^yhich are .not produced in i Australia. Yet thc same duties arc ; levied on Papuan products coming into the Commonwealth as those from Java, Central America, or any other foreign country. No assistance is given to producers in. Çapua, while all other Countries with inland polonies give tariff preference to pro- ducts grown under the flag. Yesterday, Mr. G. A. Louden, Gen ~ eral Manager of the British New^ Guinea Development Company, also manager of Sir Rupert Clarke and ...
DESPERATE DASH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
DESPERATE DASH. Pclice were searching "for- three well-known Republicans supposed to be in hiding at. Blarney and, when they approached a shed a man there- in opened a hot fire and later made à dash for" liberty. He ran into a police cordon and hand to. hand fighting;' followed^ six persons being killed. '. ? ; "