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MORE PIN PRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

MORE PIN PRICKS. A Paris message reports that - the Allies have entrusted Poland with a i mándate to occupy Upper Selesia in 1 the event of Germany placing organ- isers on the plebescite for the demark ttion line with the object of pro- voking civil war.

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Bullseyes [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

(BY MARKSMAN). The death of Percy Brookfield is j the severest set-back Democracy has ' received in Australia for many a day. .True leaders are so rare that the loss of one when, he is in the flesh, is a calamity. It is Englishmen like Brookfield that save the name of that terroris- ing, exploiting country. When the foulest deeds of the ; burglar are Masoned forth, folks call to mind the name of John Bright, Gladstone;. Joe Cowan, Wilfred Blunt, . Stopford Grejen, or a Labouchere, or a Brook- field, and immediately indignation wanes . ' " - , ! . . . .As a matter of fact the thing boomed as the "Brtish" name is only the personification of brute force. The thing that enables Eng- land to keep on living on " British- ism" is the splendid manhood ol its noble few. As a matter pf fact the very thing that official England hates and persecutes most is th< thing which: m reality, brings, it toler ^wortfi ' of" ítt %ro¿kfieIdst "antF" ifi "Laboucheres. . . ' . .. ....>. . ' . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

FREEDOM FRATERNITY FAIR PLAY _... ? - ? , r ' '. ' -

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INDIAN BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

INDIAN BUDGET. The Lancashire members of the House of Commons protested against the Indian Budget providing for in- creased duties on cotton goods. The Secretary of State for India, Mr. Montague, replied that nothing would more endanger the good relat- ions between India and* Great Brit- ain than the belief that India's .fiscal .policy was dictated from White Hall ' in the interests of Great Britain. Fis - cal freedom must be promised India which he hoped would give the Brit . ish Empire prefcreace. \ ? - " of "Self-determination" for Austral lia. There was a chorus of approval of -the objective a year or two ago,, when it applied to nondescript Euro-, pean provinces. It will be interest- ing to note what sort of a scream: ; these Pharisees er knaves ease their prejudice and servility : with - when ? they "hear of an Australian " Repub-< ; lie " being gravely discussed by the A.L.P. x>i Victoria. .. ? . :. . ., . _ . ?:, \ * "Thei dirty - detective Government' ; that f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

j An earthquake shock was felt in I Darwin a little after midnight last night, lasting about a minute. A sen- sation of vibration in very short and 'rapid motion distinguished the"shock and it was just strong enough to r cause a, pronounce^ rattling of glass and crockery ware, etc ,.

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COMMENDABLE ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

COMMENDABLE ACTION. I Our readers will be pleased to learn that the Raliway Department magnanimously decided to bear all expenses in connection with the fun- eral of the late Mr. D. Clohesy, who died on Tuesday afternoon, after a,, brave struggle for life since the awful railway accident in the early part of February last. The Union would, of course, have paid full honors to the remains of. their late faithful and res- pected member, but Mr. Millican made the announcement as- abovfc stated, and the action is warmly ap- preciated. Such generous and com- mendable action does more than either argument or the screw to win confidence and loyalty ; it touches the heart . - .,__¿ i

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

SUDDEN DEATH. Sir Henry Weeden, ex-Lord Mayor of Melbourne, died suddenly in Syd- ney while on a holiday visit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

Widdup/ & Murray /CARRIERS SMITH STREET, DARWIN. Goods "Delivered According to In- structions* on the Shortest Notice ANY'CLASS" OF GOODS HAND- LED AND DISTANCE IS NO OBJECT. Good Teams ; Good Drivers. r RING UP TELEPHONE No. 55. W. METTAM, Plumber, Cavenagh Street Notice. To whom it may Concern. j Any person depositing garbage at Garbage Depot, near Botanical Gar- den, Darwin without first obtaining permission in writing from the Sani- tary Contractor and. complying wita Regulations relating to Garbage will be prosecuted. (Signed) K. T LEE Sanitary Contractor Yuerf See Kee CAVENAGH STREET; DARWIN X Dealer in all kinds of CONFEC- TIONERY and all ¿he Best Brands of TOBBACO, Wats, and Cigar etcs. FRUIT AND VEGETABLES supplied to Hotels or to Private Resi dehes. HOP BEER of uniform good' quality delivered to any part of the Town. Telephone No. 8. Australian Cafe Chi ft Kit and Co., ProprieioiB Cavenagh St. Darwin Meals at al! Hours j Customers and Patrons are Assured of Civilit...

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VICTORIANS AGGRESSIVE MILITARISM DENOUNCED. IRISH STRUGGLE UPHELD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

VICTORIANS AGGRESSIVE MILITARISM DENOUNCED. IRISH STRUGGLE UPHELD. * The annual conference of the Vic- torian branch of the Australian Lab- or Party also is being held in Mel- bourne. j> A resolution was carried condëm'ning.the proposal of 70 days' :carhp of citizen ' forces.* The people: ;àre^urged^ sons tor "attend., - vThe incorn ing Ex- ecutive has been instructed to insti- tute a campaign against the growth of militarism. A scheme re-organis- ing the Labor Party is engaging at- tention for thc conference. A coun- cil is being formed-to devise ways and means; of putting the objective and principles of the Federal and State Labor parties into operation. \ Delegates expressed horror at the suffering entailed on Ireland arising out of the struggle of the Irish people for self-determination.. A res- olution was carried favoring the prin- ciple on broad lines for Egypt, Ire- land, India, and other nations within the Empire. It was resolved also that taxation shauld be levied solel...

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Cable and Telegraphic News. TOMANEFF REMANDED THE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

Cable and Telegraphic News. TOM ANE FF REMANDED THE. FUNERAL. Tomaneff, tlíe Russian, who shot ! Brookfield, appeared. at the Ade- 1 laide Court on Thursday. J. J. Daly appeared to defend and the proceed -ings were, adjourned to April 7. The Coroner holds the inquest on March 31. There were remarkable scenes . when the body reached Broken Hill. The coffin was wrapped in the Red Flag and a band of thirty played the Red Flag.- -A large mimi er of people viewed the-body in the Town Hall. Many children brought wreaths. "The funeral'was to take place at 3 p.m. on friday. *

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MR. BROOKFIELD'S FUNERAL. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

.MR^BRQQKFIELD'S FUNERAL. tater. . OTè^funejràl bf. Eerçjr r Brookfield/ took^lace atvBroken Hill on Satur dayr ;àf tèrnoqn. J As the coffin; was: b^gj^^m the^ iiias-i March."', About 5060 people were in' the vicinity?of the building.? The *hearse, was followed by 2500 per- sons Jand Í50 vehicles. Floral trib- utes were , received from all parts of Australia. ,The spectators expressed deep sorrow, maintaining a reverent silence as the cortege, proceeded to the burial place. It took the cortege twenty-five minutes tq^pass a given point. . Many women . carried red flags.: - At each corner of'the grave was a red flag. . As the coffin was carried - , shoulder high from the hall io. the grave the band played tte " Red Flag," Strang men "stood with bared heads and wept bitterly. Women and children gave way to demonstrations of grietas the impressive service- pro- ceeded. "Mr. E. Wetherill, at the graveside, referred to the work and character. \of ; the - deceased legislator, whom. he?char...

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WHARFIES V. VESTEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

WHAPvFIES V. VESTEYS. ! Thc "Match of the season" took I place on Saturday, on the Oval, by j teams representing the Wharf Labor- - cr3 and Vestey's Employees. There .; j was~\grcat excitement .throughout the I week in anticipation of thc fearful and- strenuous struggle, that was to, i ensue, this excitement being ^ caused ' by the memory of last year's titanic ' contest which ended {in a>C drawn \; game. , / * Vesteys were out first and thc spec^ tators beheld the teàm trained to thei minute, and this had the effect.rot''.; lengthening the already, long" odds bf-; 5 to io to one on.l| was^ noticeable' that the crowd-was in an agitated , state awaiting the-appearance? of "the famous" wharfies ; they were not kepts " waiting long. The first therumriter-r ested - spectators knewlor heard--was. . albricie* of delight -which almost* reached ¿the heavens as the wharfies* supporters' recognised that .famous and formidable XXX player^ t¿, wit, Mr. Swift, leading the wharfies on .to *the...

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CHAMPION FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

CHAMPION FIGHT. New York reports that a !British syndicate, headed by Solly Joel, made an offer to Tex. Rickard bf 500,000 dollars to stage the Càrpcntier-Demp sey fight iii London. ' *

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 31 March 1921

UP-TO-DATE GARAGE CAVENAGH STEERT, DARWIN. (Toupein's Comer). R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. _Ring Telephone 61 and you eau pound on ^Prompt and Reliable Ser T*' ' ._ . lt ... This is not Brag-it is say- ing just what a man knows ; j and your way to, prove it is "I A TRIAL, - '>.... .. . At your "Service Day or night » . 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 COOL DRINKS R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. ROBERT FARRAR & SONS. Smith Street, Darwin Gênerai Commercial AAgents ^ and Carriers Motor Çars for Hire Day or Nigbt THREE CARS ?: u. V.! v . .. . . ' ' . , Competent an J Careful Drivers Two Lorries and Piano Cart Goods ? Delivered Anywhere Plione . 59 _. 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 l-;s rooms at the cottage^ Between Commercial Bank and Victoria Hotel. Cha...

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Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables ABORTIVE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables ABORTIVE CONFERENCE. After an abortive conference with the President of the Board of Trade, Sir Robert Home, the Coalminers' Federation announces that it, will withdraw workers including the pumpmen.

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

NOTES AND NEWS. The "Northern Standard" is now registered for transmission by post, and residents in the back country who have not yet become subscrib- ers should send in their names at once. Copies will be despatched henceforth every post. Mining,.postoral, social and general news from the interior will'be gladly received and wc invite readers of the "Standard" to assist in making it more useful and representative by forwarding such news regularly and promptly. Subscribers who do not receive the "Standard" regularly should notify us at once. This is the best way to rectify any delinquencies. We do our best to give satisfaction, but the delivery and post lists are now so large that it is difficult to secure per- fection at this early stage. A wire was received yesterday by Mr. Nelson from Mr. Toupein, stating that he had arrived in Mel- bourne safely that morning, and will proceed to Sydney in a few days. In the football match to-day Mr. Cull Cummings will act as referee. His servic...

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THE MANTLE OF HYPOCRISY TORN OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

THE MANTLE OF HYPOCRISY TORN OFF. Even if it were the first proof that W. M. Hughes is à mixture bf des- potism and hypocrisy, and that for a life-time he had been a patriotic Aus- tralian instead of a wretched be- trayer of Labor and a wheedler for outside political bosses, the exposure in connection with the wheat barter to. Germany, published in our wires in to-day's issue, would damn him politicálly for ever. But coming on top of a long career of high-horse tyranny, abuse of accidental power and faithlessness to all who helped to aggrandise him, it would not be ex- pecting too much if we were to look to the electors of Australia to at least cast him into utter political darkness for the remainder of his mischeyious and dishonored life ; and with him should go the members of the Government, all of whom have, been his aiders and abbetors, and in- deed his accomplices. Had politicians in Australia a soul above the sordid, or the orcjudiced. or the self-seeking, the present House wo...

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THE NORTHERN STANDARD. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

THE NORTHERN STANDARD,' SATURDAY, APRIL z\ Ï921. J ... ' .... X ':. " ': ? V Stand by the Right, condemn the Wrong, not tn a spirit of hostility but that the evil may be changed in- to good.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc I The "Northern Standard" aims at being thoroughly representative of j the Northern Territory and with this ,cnd in view welcomes correspon- dence from all outlying centres. j I No matter how opposed to our views free discussion is permitted in I our. columns, so long as it is not ab- usive and refers to matters ot i j 5 general interest. I 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 arc invited to for I ward condensed reports of proceed- ings at meetings, etc and we will bc * pleased to send a representative tc any important function when dul> notified. Our telephone number is 119, zni a ring up will secure any desired in j formation as to ch...

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POLICE COURT. (Friday, Before the S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

POLICE COURT. (Friday, Before the S.M.) James Patrisk Quinn and Michael Edwards were charged with the un- lawful possession of one magneto reasonably believed to have been stolen. Mr. Barratt appeared for the prose- cution. Both defendants pleaded not guilty and were undefended. Roy Budgen, motor car proprietor, . Cavenagh Street, deposed that he knew the two defendants. On East- j er Monday night Quinn and Edwards came to phis premises about 11.30. j p.m. Quinn» called him to the back and asked him if he could keep a secret. Then he produced a mag- neto and offered to sell it to him for £15. (Magneto produced)' Witness identified the magneto as thc one off car No.; 83, which was then at Grib bons. and owned previously < by R. Farrar and afterwards - sold to H. Gribbon and Dr. Hill. When I told him who it belonged to he replied that it had nothing to do with me. Edwards was present all the time. I then told them to take it off the premises.* Quinn then asked me to leave i...

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