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FEDERAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921
FEDERAL AFFAIRS. " Thc Prime Minister definitely - an- .. nounced the intention of the Federal Parliament to bring down a measure this session providing for the calling^ together of a constitution - conven- tion. It is desired to,hold the; cdn rvëntion^eàrlyMn'ïij22.-"_Tt is expected - the House of Representatives will-be r occupied with the tarriff to August. The Prime Minister will attend the" ' Imperial Conference unless Parlia-". . ment determines otherwise.-r He will,îj not go unless the Government * is guaranteed safety of office during--^ 7 his absence.
Amongst the Ladies [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921
(By " Little Polly.") " When woman's rights am stirred a bit, / De first reform she hitches on Is how she can wid least delay Just draw a pair o' breeches on." Let us discuss the sweeping state- ment contained in this bit of rhyme: Now, " Little Polly," as a prelimin- ary, desires to say)that though, an unassuming member of the "better half," she is but a mere scribe as far as these notes are concerned, and neither holds a brief for Ladyhood^ nor is "she soured against her own influential soroternity. She just in- tends to ind'te her thoughts and/ to record her observations. Goingya long way from home to begin with Lit4c;Pp^:":''tbjá1á;tHe Pankhurst clan have made quite a IA breeches doesn't «eèm so awful when one studies the matter out, but when it comes to graduating for thet jacket - I mean of course, the " straight jacket " then it'" am. a boss of another color." The straight jack- et is the only breeches that the suff- ragette ilk appear to be after, and I have no doubt my lady...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921
The Administrator advises that he is in receipt of a message stating that the Mataram will arrive in Dar- win at daylight on Wednesday next, and leave same day for Sydney. t Attention is directed to announce- ments in this issue by the Town Clerk, the Overseas Club and the Railway Department. .?.
COMMUNIST PLOT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921
COMMUNIST PLOT. , The Dresden police prevented a Communist plot to overthrow the municipal authorities by arresting; gz - ringleaders including 14 women. Communists occupy the mines at Diergnardt and Dickersiede, and have forced men to leave work. The Reds at Gevelsberg blew up a branch of the Reichhsbank after stealing three hundred thousand marks. 5
THREATS AND TRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921
THREATS AND, TRAPS. A message from Paris states that: .the' French and intel allied commis- sioners' received a number of threats, recently. Apparently; as the ¡ out- come, of the threats.^a motor/ .car. dashed into a rope stretched across the road1 and. the vehicle overturned. The French chaffeur was killed, and two treasury officials injured. \ .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921
C^L and See HARRY GR1BB0N, General Cash Storekeeper, Auctioneer; Valuator, House & Commission y r Agent, &c. CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN : Éest Stocks. Best Quality. Lowest Prices, * . Special Attention Given tb Country Orders Phone No. 112 WING WAH LOONG and Co. IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. fresh Shipments> of Groceries ¿ Provisions Every Boat A Large assortment of Drapery, Footwear, Tobaccos, Pipes, Cigars and Cigarettes always on Hand. Fancy Wwfc Goods, Chinese Silver, Ivory and Pearlshell . ¿7 fc * - Novelties in variety CfcüieM SiBwr-A Fine sew Assortant Just to Hui BRANCHES AT-Pine Creek, Northern Territory, ^ Broome, W.A., Sydney, N.S.W; * WING WAH LOONG & CO., .CAVENAGH STREET; DARWIN &lt; Telephone Nor 14 . '. Telephone No. 14. C. YAM YAN & CO. ' L GENERAL STOREKEEPER. Cavenagh Street, Darwin. CHINESE AND] EUROPEAN GÖODS OF ALL ^ , ; DESCRIPTIONS General Grocer, Tobacconist etc. . DR^PJEl?Yf FANCY GOODS. BOOTS. y Fresh Sto...
The League of Burglars. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921
The League of Burglars. L,-Jjt js^jWj^Vcr .gixxyears~ since th Ciar of Russia-who was the spoked man as well"'as scapegoat of th European, national burglars-precip tated the great war, which was to em wars, and make the world «afc fo Democracy. We need not rccapitu .late the sad story of thc war itseji .nor expose -more .than has airead; 'been done the hypocrisy and crimin ality of the "Trade engineers" wm were responsible for the carnage 'But it is not inopportune to poin out that the bullies and burglars wh&lt; cajoled millions into the holocaust bj 'the'pharisaical cry of " Rights x;oi . small nations" and "A war. to end ! war " have never ceased to fomem [further war of grab and spoliation, ¡though the great war has been ovei for a couple of years. The bitterest : enmity was displayed against Russia because the biggest "Trade balance" was due by that rifled country. She was set upon desperately by England while it was, professing to be abso- lutely innocent. Poland was i...
TERRIBLE EXPLOSION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921
TERRIBLE EXPLOSION Chicago reports an explosion which wrecked ; ..Wall Paper Coy's ' plant, killing ten persons, injuring fifty and'destroying many : homes.' The damage is estimated at a millionu dollars. It is believed a gas rleak caused the trouble but the police be- lieve in a bomb theory as the dis- trict has been the scene of bitter pol- itical "war which .already;"resulted in seven deaths. " - -,
"TRADING WITH THE ENEMY." HUGHES, HYPOCRITE. COMPLETE EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921
"TRADING WITH THE ENEMY." HUGHES, HYPOCRITE. COMPLETE EXPOSURE. Ari amazing position has been created by the Australian Wheat Board which has sold a hundred thousand tons of wheat to Germany for 7s 7d per bushel, while the price . for Australian consumption -remains ^ at os. The board also decided to sell wheat to Chinese and other East- ern countries at a price considerably lower than the local price. The Prime Minister is now fixing the 1 responsibility on the States. Senator,' Russell, Chairman of the Wheat . Board, said it was for the board ? to dispose of the wheat on the best possible terms as it could not be* allowed to remain in Australia to rot. The Australian price was fixed for twelve months. Referring .to the:": Prime Minister's announcement that the/Government was prepared to let Parliament decide whether trade- with - Germany should be resumed Repres- , entative T. J. Ryan characterised ¿it as a remarkable* caseiof political hy- pocrisy. The Government^ allegedly - fro...
Open Column. (We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed by correspondents.) (To the Editor). ROAD TO TANAMI [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921
Opeo Column. (We do not necessarily endorse the dews expressed by correspondents.) (To the Editor). ROAD TO TANAMI Sir,-Now that a large number of reliable men can vouch that there are ao important road difficulties for wheel traffic on a direct line from Blunder Bay llb Tanami, goldfields, ' and the Granites sixty miles past Tanami, where the blacks murdered1 Stewart, this road, should be opened as it would cross the > oil-bearing country for loo miles, a mineral belt on the head of Negri River and auriferous country for 200 miles (vide reports of Geologists Brown, Jensen, Overlander Davidson . and . a mob of prospectors). This is about 400 miles of a straight road from deep water on Blunder Bay, .and would make, this country available, to men with small plants and be of im? mense benefit to the pastoralists that have thc first 200 miles stocked.-?* *"* Yours truly, PROSPECTOR.