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THE "STANDARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
THE "STANDARD" GENERAL j PLATFORM. y Besicles supplying general news and current critiques the "Standard" will advocate inter alia, the following : The right of Small Nations aand of all Nations. Auciraliaan Self-Determination at earliest opportune date. \ Democratic, aá against imperalis tic methods and discontinuance of privileges.. The swav of reason over artifice prejudice and might. Virtues and Merits in Nations and individuals the sole standard of re- ward. The cherishing of natioriaal sacri- fices and fidelity in the cause of liberty. ; Labor ideals, aimed at with full re- gard for religious and moral prin- ciples. Abolition of monopolies, and secur- ing equal opportunities and full re- sult of effort. * , Freedom of religious thought and the sacredness of individual con- science. Neighbourship and brotherhood in religious interrelations. and in social life. Equal educational and all other natural advantages and rights for all sections. . Invariable defence of thc weak, thé o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
... FRIENDLY CHALLENGE. ... TJÍ-E Employees of\Vestey's on the Pay List hereby challenge the Watersiders to a Friendly Football Match on SATURDAY NEXT, pro- ceeds to go to the Town Band. R. C. HAWKINS.. ACCEPTANCE. The Watersiders hereby - accept the above. C. UNDER HI LL.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
' . THANKS. * ' ? ' --. The Ladies of St. Patrick's Sports ' Committee wish to thank oncand all for their kind patronage and particu- : larly all who contributed so generous- ly towards their Refreshment Stall ; also Mr. W. McDonald for arranging, ! renovating and adding to" Bough Shed, Messrs. Whittle, Farrar and Sons, and Widdup and Murray. Nett Profits of Refreshment Stall £23 16s ï iod. j
Cable and Telegraphic News. MANLY DECISION BY N.S.W. LABOR CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
Cable and Télégraphié News. MANLY DECISION BY N.SJW. LABOR CONFERENCE: The N.S.W. Labor Conference car- ried a resolution sympathising with the Irish people in their endeavor to secure self-determination. As the ..Irish were participants in thc world war the conference considered'they were entitled to the sanie considera- tion as any other British Dominion It was also resolved' to send a cable to Premier Storey/; in "London, re- questing him in thc interest of hum- anity and peace to interview thc Im- perial authorities, including the King, with a request to remove the armies , from Ireland. r
DARWIN TOWN BAND. SUBSCRIPTION LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
DARWIN TOWN BAND. SUBSCRIPTION LIST. Collected by Mrs. Nuttall from thc Waterside workers per. Mr. T. Strickland :-T. Strickland 25s, J. Pheliiv 5S, M. Clune 5s, H. Nelson 5s, J; Allright 3s, R. Vealc2s, M. Bowler 2s, H. O'Neil 2s, G. Lawrie 2s, J. Duffjr 2s, M. Harrington 2s, L. Mene golia 2s, T. Thurgood 2s, H. Mad^n 2s, R. Thomas 2s, J. Dow 3s, W. Wright 2s, M. Daly 2s, J. Roberts 2s, F. Johnstone 2s, D. O'Sullivan 2s, F. Bell 2S, J. Todd 2s, A.W.^ 2s, W. Pearse 2s, J. McMillan is 6d, H. Hudson is, D. Finlayson is, W. Fulton is, J. Brown is, A. Graham is, G. Underhill 6d. Total £4 los.-H. Widdup, Hon. Secretary.
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
NOTES AND NEWS. . - -? _ » The Administrator has received of-, ficial information that the Mataram will leave Darwin for Sydney on the 7th bf April. r It is pleasing to note that the criticism contained in the leading ar- ticle of a recent issue of the "Stän- dard" itt regard to :the dangerous state of the jetty has had the desired effect, the. Authorities deciding forth- with to proceed with re-decking, to be followed by constructional im- provements. :-' , "* The returned soldiers, are making great preparations for their sports, etc;; on April 25th. The^latestntemr of; intense interest to she included is- exhibition of a col- lection of war souvenirs, each mem- ber supplying and marking whatever ¡he may have. ? .' \ . \ '? Another point worthy of note is that there will be no grounds for anyone staying away from the enter-. tainment. at night on account of the noise and the accoustic defects of the theatre.. " Their concert will be held first,.,and no engine will be worked while i...
FIRES IN TOKIO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
FIRES IN TOKIO. A ruinous fire in Tokio, destroyed a thousand houses in the' Totsuya district, involving the loss of fifty million yen. Thousands v\of people are homeless. The fire burned so 'fiercely that .the glow ¡could be seen hundreds of miles. The; Diet was in I session and adjourned when the re- port was made that Kure, an import- ant naval station was threatened.
IRISH SITUATION. GEORGE'S RED HERRING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
IRISH SITUATION. GEORGE'S RED HERRING. y Armed men raided^ phone exchang- es round Dublin and dismantled the switchboards. '//'.., > . Devlin, M.P.? in a speech delivered at Ballygnarnlëy, County Down, said that the Ulster Parliament would riot solve" the Irish problem. The scheme insulted their nationality arid intellig- ence. The highest service to Ireland would be to make the - plan impos- sible. _Hc predicted the Parliaments early decease.
RAILWAY TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
RAILWAY TROUBLE. - ' Industrial trouble "is threatened be- tween the Midlands Company, W.A. I and the employées owing to the re I fusal of the company to recognise pawards that apply to Government railwaymen.! The Union "sent an ultimatum to the manager giving him until next Monday to decide.
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
TÖ 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 bc reported to ?:s_ at once. Wc will do our best to remedy them. " i We would bc grateful to our friends for their good ornees with neigh- bours, in obtaining fresh subscribers, j etc., and in helping to add to the power for good of the people's own newspaper. 1 .. Secretaries of the various Clubs and institutions are invited to for- rard condensed reports of proceed- ings at meetings, etc and we will be - '' *N pleased to send a representative to any important function when duly notified. Our telephone number is 119, end a ring up will secure any . desired in- formation as. to c...
HAS LABOR FOUND ITS SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921
HAS LABOR FOUND ITS SOUL. ...» When as far back as 1887, the writ- er first took an active part in Union-. »sm, and three years later in political Labor, his chief incentive was not 1 how much the movement would transfer from the pockets of the profiteer to the pockets of thc pro- ducers but, how much tha't mover nient would enlighten, unify and em- ancipate the workers, and thereby create a free, vigorous and progress- ive nation.- Unfortunately the first incentives of the movement and the -aspirations' which filled not a few of its promoters, gradually sank out of sight. The chief and almost sole ob- jetive centred round personal ad- vancement, that is, the movement sought to improve conditions. which could at best be only improved-and not rectified-while their cause re- mained untouched. In other words the national aspect of the movement was forgotten and, much as better- ment of thc pay and conditions of Labor was necessary, the movement floundered along between the limits of co...