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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

FREEDOM FRATERNITY FAIR PLAY!

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
EVEN NORTHCLIFFE CONDEMNS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

EVEN NORTHCLIFFE CON- DEMNS. , ^ . . . ' ? ? ! -I ' ; Lord Northcliffe, .in an article in the " Nineteenth Century " urges a truce as the only, means of settling,, " the trouble in Ireland He condemns^ the Government's policy as being ob- solete; too pliant td Ulster's dicta- tion, and - gives 'sufficient s. power to ; : Ireland to make her dangerous with-,. . "out giving her . enough ' to securcvher * friendship. ,.>?? * ,v. ^

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
SIGNIFICANT MOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

SIGNIFICANT MOVE. It is announced in . Dublin that . Senator Kenyon; a personal friend of?. President Harding, is visiting -Ire land immediately for information. * 'v

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
AMERICAN TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

AMERICAN TRADE. Washington reports that the Unit- ed States is planning a commercial offensive in the Far East with the object of building tip a trans-Pacific trade as a set off to the losses sus- tained in Europe. The South Amer- ica project includes the establishment of new steamship lines from Atlan- tic to Pacific ports. The 'world's largest wireless station will be es- tablished"^ \Shanghai.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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ARGUING WITH THE DEVIL IN THE COURT OF HELL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

ARGUING WITH THE DEVIL IN THE COURT OF HELL. I ( The one-sided court of enquiry which has investigated the shooting of railwaymen at Mallow has found that the railwaymen -were not fired at nor assaulted but merely searched. The remainder of the allegations made in the House of Commons had not been substantiated.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DUBLIN CASTLE HACK SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

DUBLIN CASTLE HACK SHOT. Captain Lees who was employed in Dublin Castle was shot dead in Drury Street and the executioner escaped.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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SIDING WITH THE ENEMY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

SIDING WITH THE ENEMY. Republicans placed Wm. Fleming of Drumgad, Monaghan, and his son Robert against a wall and shot them. The son died instantly and the father later. The Flemings recently refused to give up arms to Sinn Fern- ers.

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AN EYE FOR AN EYE. HOW TO MAKE THE CALLOUS FEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

AN EYE FOR AN EYE. HOW TO MAKE THE GAL LOUS FEEL. j - ! A London cable states that the Authorities are aware that a special contingent of Sinn Feiiners has ar- rived in England lo carry out an in- tensified campaign corresponding to the destruction in Ireland. Stringent precautions will be taken to guard public buildings.

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Latest Telegrams VERDICT OF MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

iatfist Tilegrami VERDICT OF MURDER. I At the inquest in Adelaide oh the death of Percy Brookfield a verdict of murder was returned against Tom- ayen*, i i - --^- '

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TUDOR'S STRAIGHT THRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

TUDOR'S STRAIGHT -THRUST. ! Referring to the Prime Minister's ! intention to submit to Parliament the question whether or not trade should j be resumed with Germany, Mr. Tud j or declared it was hypocrisy to pre j tend that Australia was not trading with Germany. It was selling Ger- many huge quantities of wheat and goods from the Commonwealth ~and they were reaching Germany through other countries. Goods from Ger- many were reaching Australia in the { same way. If they were to trade with j Germany they should trade- direct.

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TOO MUCH TALKEE, TOO LITTLE ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

TOO MUCH TALKEE, TOO LITTLE ACTION. The Annual Conference of the Hibernian Catholic Benefit Society in Perth, carried a resolution protesting against the tyrannical and unjust treatment of Ireland by the British Government and pledging support and sympathy with the Irish in their noble struggle for freedom.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

UP-TO-DATE GARAGE CAVENAGH STÉERT, DARWIN; (Toupein's Corner). R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. Ring Telephone 61 and you can pound on Prompt and Reliable Ser- 1 ; vice.. .j This is not Brag-it is say- j . ing just what a man knows ; and your way to prove it is A TRIAL. I At your ' Service Day or night v 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 Smith Street, Darwin Geneial Commercial Agents and Carriers Motor Cars for Hire Day or Night THREE CARS Competent and Careful Drivers TJwo lorries and Piano Cart Goods Delivered Anywhere % ' . .. .. : s . ? . ..: , : Phoine 59 _^S. Drysdale, -ají -Mile.. Telephone, 106 H Orders* Promptly Attended to Dr. C. E. HILL DENTAL SURGEON Specialist in Crown and Bridge work. May be consulted at rooms at the cottage Between Commercial Bank and Victoria HoteL Charges Moderate. .. HOURS-Dai y 9 a.m. to 6 p...

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GERMAN SOCIAL TROUBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

GERMAN SOCIAL TROUBLE. Communists in central Germany resorted to guerilla methods with the object of tiring the pol ee. The rebels command efficient \ cycle and pigeon 'scout: services. Berlin- is quiet. A plot against the electricity - works was detected. Communists at Bitterfiekk have been, disarmed hy- the police who occupy public build- ings. Troops repulsed the rebels at* £ Henstedt after violent/fighting in which >rtilkry was - usedï, the- ins'ur-f gcnts~4osing-^eav¿{3^ ' were*'" killed''anet; forty' wounded in a - clash with the police at Essen. ... A force of 500 rebels occupied Metman, near Dusseldorf and proclaimed a Communist Republic. A Com- munist rising in Rhenish Westphal?; en districts is meeting with success, v

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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A LABOR RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

A LABOR RALLY. Lift your flag, boys, let it/flutter, Glinting in its sunlit sheen ; March along, boys, paeans utter j Cheers-to greet young freedom's queen. For the time, boys, when at pleasure Masters held their slaves is past, And to-day, boys, work ind leisure, Fair reward are won at last. Life is sweet, boys, don't abuse it When the toiler's free from thrall ; Equal all, boys, if you choose it Only cravens slight the call. -Let the band, boys, , strike up gaily, ^Stalwart- töilets^ress along ;f "\ Shout " hurrah",''', boys, might, is daily Yielding justice to the-throng. Bear in mind, boys, e'en tho' dimly Those who strove when hope seem- ed dead, Drink their health, boys, or their 'mem'ry Smooth they left the path you tread. In your strifes, boys, don't be stolid, Think of justice, not of class ; Shame the knave, boys, but be solid, Lift the land, the man, the mass. Upward aim, boys, henceforth cherish Virtues worthy noble men ; Then in time, will despots perish Peace will bles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL. APPLICATION FOR USE OF TENNIS COURT. [Public notice is hereby given that all Tennis Clubs desiring the usé of the Tennis Court on the Oval are re- quested to make application in writ- ing to the above Council on or be- fore noon on THURSDAY, APRIL : 7th; IQ2I. I A fee of is. per day will be charged for the; use of the Court. By Order, H. H. WHITTLE, Town. Clerk. 'COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS. I A SPECIAL TRAIN for thc con- veyance of Mails will run as follows : -Wednesday 6th April, Darwin, de- part 8 a.m. ; Thursday 7th April, Pine Creek, depart 8 a.m. ;Emunga lan depart 3 p.m. ; Friday, 8th April, Pine Creek, depart 8.5 a.m. thence to Darwin. J. H. MILLICAN, Qftcer ia Charge. N.T. Railways. OVERVEAS CLUB. (Darwin Branch.) A GENERAL MEETING^ of Members of the above will be held on TUESDAY, EVENING Next, April 5th, at 8 o'clock, in thc Reading Room, Town Hall. Business :-Syllabus for 1921. Invalid Bed. General. The Patron, Mr. C. WD. Conac hcr, will preside. C. PRICE C...

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Some Inconsistencies! [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

Some Inconsistencies ! We learn by. cable that German goods are now bein imported into Great Britain and that the " Nevcr to-be-forgiven enemy " can undersell by anything up to 40 per cent. Of course,' the gentle; selfish, and "pat- riotic ? ' English merchants won't touch them. Perish the thoiight ! Speaking , seriously, - J.B. & - Co., couldn't afford to remain long com- mercial/ enemies of "Germany, and wouldn't if they could. The world knows, and of course J. B." & Co.< know, that there is nothing on thc world's market to comparé in value, with German goods, not to speak of I their lower prices and their utility. Germany has' had a set-back in the war settlement which would have killed any other-nation, but it will act as a fresh impetus only, for the Germans. What we desire to direct particular attention to in this- con- nection is the now patent fact that the British profiteers and exploiters of Australia; arc taking German goods ..».-. ? as fast as ...

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CANDID CRITICISMS. Who Loaded the Gun? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

CANDID CRITICISMS/ , Who Loaded the Gun ? '' Considerable space is4 being devot- ! eo; in the daily press and other 'press claquera of profiteering to the qiies tion of " Labor unrest," v and it is amusing to note the precision with Which they poke their gall-tipped probe into ivwery bush round about except the one which; hides the culprit A sys 4 tematic campaign of misrepresenta- tion has been, and is being \ carried .-out with the view- of proving unr reasonableness ; against the workers, ' whilst ¿not çyen a hint is given to indicate-a causevof. this so-called un- rest, or to locate that cause. We ¡ ask outright : Who loaded the^gun . of unrest ? And. we. answer as dear .ly and. as » emphatically : .. The exploit- ers andithe imperialists. . That there should'be-labor unrest even, under < normal-circumstances, is to be ex pected ; that : there should be resent- ful unrest under, present' circumstan- ces i» only^côirçplime^^ ses and the consumers, were it other wise-th...

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INDIA ABLAZE. FINDING ITS SOUL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

INDIA ABLAZE. FINDING ITS SÖUL. Riots are general in India; Seven hundred prisoners escaped from the central gaol,*1 Rajshahi, Bengal. They overpowered the warders and rushed and smashed the gates. So far-190 have been recaptured. There was rioting, looting and burning at-Nag- pur. Four civilians and two polia were killed, and several injured at Calcutta, and trains were stoned. Troops armed with machine guns have been placed at Howrah and other important points of disaffec- tion.

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SOOLING ON THE GRAB. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 2 April 1921

SOOLING ON THE GRAB. I The- "Times" correspondent at ^Athens states that the city is drunk with delight owing to Greek success-, es in Anatolia^ Reservists are join- ing the colors joyfully. It is under- stood that the Venizelists will con- tinue to support, the present foreign policy. According to the/-Times " correspondent at Constantinople ~ Greek communiques indicate that the Turk will attempt to make a stand at Eskishehr,-175 vmilcs^south-ea¡stf-of ? Brussa, "despite" the growing: danger to the flanks. ^ i - ' - .J

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FOUL DECLARED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 5 April 1921

FOUL DECLARED, i Francis Charles French, - middle-*?-:: i/ weight, who scaled .lost ia^lbuiojri;^-^ the occasion was disqualified for foul^.'V--, ing in the third round of the, engage- ;p nient with Tommy_Urenf/-/Lustralia'ri".-£^;: champion middleweight, at ,~Mel bourne. The contest opened . well.- - / and was developing along lines fav- i orable to the Australian when the. foul came, with-a swing. to4he. pit of v:.1 the stomach. "-v.^.:

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