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GREEK BURGLARY PUNISHED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
^GREEK BURGLARY PUNISHED ^*vCTP«rkish reports allege that.Tnnre, AndrewXfifGreee was killed in the recent" ficíítlñgr-^Mespcrate Turco Greek struggle Js *bdiig^contested North ^ of ^Eskishehr'rin ^Anatasha. The»/¡Vks are,ro,a strone-position and wdPsuppuVd "with ammunition and artillery.' The Greek left wing fr held up. '^t is reported that the-i ' * -> k -?- * 'Greek casualties King of Greece fi ont'. \' - total 7,000. _ The has gone* tox the
A DODGE EXPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
ft À. DODGE EXPOSED. _ '""- Commpnting'on the appointment of j - LorüVTálbbt as.yiceroy » - of : fir eland x "the.?1 Freeman's JournaL*" states that ' it is an insult'to IrislC intelligence to; , think >thej appointment would ensure^ a wel^dmV/rom the Irish people^ this rabi»T Tory partisian has for 15 " \y cars ."been, the principal organiser ot the antiîlrish,forcés in Ireland.,
AN ACT OF VANDALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
&lt; « AN ACT OF VANDALISM. The Commonwealth Government' "Gazette" of Pebrurary 24th, 1921, contains a proclamation resuming the whole of the public esplanade which was placed under the control of the Council by virtue of a proclamation issued last year. The same " Gaz- ette " contains à further proclamation -^ vesting the public esplanade in the >. --. Town Council, with the exception of ^ the undefined section of land at Fort J Hill set aside for Defence Depart- ment purposes and alL buildings the property of the Commonwealth of Australia, and all land used in con- nection with such buildings. At-the'' Council meeting last Thursday the Town Clerk drew the attention ©£' the Council to the, loose manner in ¡which the proclamation defined the ,. * land, and advised |he Council to ob- tain a duly certified copy of the plan referred to in the proclamation and - depositied in the Land Titles Office, Department of Home'and Territor- ies, Melbourne. The Town Clerk further drew ...
MORE PROPAGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
vMORE PROPAGANDA. The fpfTimes" correspondent a Washington is informed by^a trust wortfiy source that De Valera, Presi dent of the Irish Republic, intends ti shortly announce his readiness to ac: \ cept^fiscal autonomy for Ireland. 'Thr , Papal authorities are exerting- près * _ _, jure to tthat end. ' f
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. The "Northern Standard" aims at being thoroughly representative of tlie 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 ot general interest. Any complaints in regard to non receipt of paper should be reported to i-.s at once. We will do our best tOv remedy them. We would be grateful to our friends for their good . offices with neigh- bours, in obtaining fresh subscribers, etc., &lt; and in helping to .add to the power for good of the people's own newspaper. Secretaries of Hie various Cîi'bs and institutions arc' invited to for :? -?".'! condensed reports of proceedr ,ings at meetings, etc and we will be pleased to send a representative to any important function when duly notified. .""*'*r telephone number is rio, r.nd a ring up. will secure any desired in- formation as ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
Word was received in town a couple of days ago that Mr. R. P. French's injured leg ^ad to be ampu- tated which news caused universal | regret. Dr. McCormick performed the op- eration at St. Vincent's Hospital so that as far as that is concerned his many friends will know the best skill hi» s been applied. We understand that Mr. Flynn, Mr. French's brother-in-lawMeft- forTSyd uey by tie Mataram on Wednesday.
CANDID CRITICISMS. The Maternity Barn. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
CANDID CRITICISMS. The .Maternity Barn. it there i¡> one institution which couiiuaiius me universal sympathy and solicitude oí a people, it is their hospital ; and this solicitude natural- ly, is not only equally applied but j directed to every detail. When, ( Intreiore, we ~~hnd grievous draw o^cKa, amounting in some cases to ' groas neglect, and even' callous dis ie6uiU, it is omy natural to expect ¿nany .expressions ot indigna Upn. The¡¡.e expressions . have came to us of late with intensified recurrence, so much so that we feel it a public-duty uo jnug them under the, notice - ot the Authorities, and those in whom responsibility is inoren immediately vested. The building which does duty for a Maternity ward is con ' structed of añgleiron framework'and bare iron; walls, built right on the ground, on a' concrete floor. The material for this " Home of new- born life"'l was'removed from a de- funct minec some yéíírs^ago^id /çj erectedJaf¿he;-X^|fe^3^^^tfS """fly used -as/a-, Nurs...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
Call and See .'???'.,... ' - ?.« - . ?? '& &-J ' te*» -V:.' : Auctioneer, Vaiad.¿Oif no ^ «& w%*ttiv*k*.»*ko»A Agent, Ac. CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Best Stocks. Best ' Quality. Lowest Prices, Special Attention Given t; Country Oiders Phone No. U2 WING WAH LOONG and Go. IMPORTERS & GENERAL STOREKEEPERS. Fresh Shipments of Groceries á ProTisions Ever? Boat v.A; Large assortment of Drapery, Footwear, Tobaccos, - Pipes, Cigars and' Cigarettes always on Hand. Fancy JWork Goods, Chinese Silver, Ivory and Pearlshell Novelties in variety . Chiiieti Silks-^-A Fine new Assortment Jost to Hand BRANCHES AT-Pine Creek, Northern territory, Broome, W.A., Sydney, N.S.W. WÏÏÏG WAH L00ÍÍG & CO., , CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Telephone No. 14. Telephone No. 14. C. YAM YAN & CO. ma». 8TC«tK£EPEB, . : Cavenagh Street, Darwin. CHINESE AND EUROPEAN GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS .. General 'Grocer, Tobacconist etc. DRAPERY, FANCY GOODS. BOOTS. Fresh Stocks Every Boat v...
CONTRADICTION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
CONTRADICTION / [ It has come to my cars that cer-" ' irin statements are being circulated to the effect that Mr. O'Halloran and Father McCarthy suggested to boy- cott the Soldiers' Sports, and'that, £ being present, objected, and JefUthe^ meeting. I^dcsire to state .thatV tío* such, incident rever happened;' and that it" is' a pure fabrication evi'dently the resource of a drowniiigfman, or I a prejudiced hater. y -i^*j «H.-E.G^Çppj^
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
FOOTBALL The football match on Saturday, , , ext, on the Oval between the Re^ rncd Soldiers and Vesteys Football dub should prove an exciting and. ' v .jteresting garnet The returned* men re putting a formidable team "on the * *ld, included in which' are about> ' .ne or ten players who have taken,, *" ' irt in club* matches during the__sca-^ " on just closed. Vesteys also prom-- ¡ e a strong combination on the fields \ 'he proceeds are in aid of the Band. ^ "&lt; - ^_.I t " ' - ~ V K
Spice of Sport CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
Spice of Sport ^ CRICKET. A meeting of the Darwin Cricket Club was held in the-E.S. & A. Bank ..»auk quartcis last evening. Mr. D. ' A. Roberts was appointed to ¿he chair and Mr. A. J. Cracknell, sec- retar}'. It was decided~"to get eric-' ;et going again this', season and " td "^ .ommencc with a practice match on - pril 30II1. Messrs. Hawke, Conîîn nd Godfrey were appointed a com- >_ lillee lo arrange matters. The Administrator ,was elected atron and Mr. D. Brennan, Presi ent. The next meeting will be "". .eld on April 27th.
THE CHARMS OF COOGEE BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
THËlÇHÀRMS oKcpOGÈE . "'J' ' '-.:-'BAW),£^$'^4*f~¿. .ratuie smiles'on varied^regions ^ Graces scenes with lavisli hand/ *> *¡ ocks to dreamy sleep sweet islets v* - Wakes to anger billows grand';' ^ ^ alleys glow with fragrant flow'rets , 'Neath its nurturing, sunny ray, - > dt she never gave more wanton J Than the .charms of Coogee Bay. ? arges rolling from the ocean, .juit^befcpditcred on tne strand, t 4 dters glin ung, loam careenng, v Circling, fresh'ning where 1 stand ; * jiren music tailing softly, Deep'mng, swelling, dying away¡N " ill the1 soul with\grand emotion " Viewing the .charms' of Coogee Bay. ieach and crag and rugged islet, Mji Cliff and» rock and sea-beat cave^ >icud m weird, fantastic beauty-_^>^ Sprayed by every frittered wave! rafted sea-tears, cooling zephyrs, ^ Rainbow-tinted ocean spray ^J »often Nature's wilder touches. By the shores of Coogee Bay. \ jeething waters, towering breakers "^ Awestruck here your crests I scan/ wer/rising, ever falling...
SHIPPING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
SHIPPING NOTES. ¿ Arrivals fiom Singapore per Mat;' ^am.-W. H. Aicuregor. NA. E. J " olly and Co., Agents. "' , , ' ' "* departures per'Mataram, for .Sy'd-^y ^ ~y, via ports.-Mrs. M. Davies, C.J- j ¿. Emery, Mrs. G. J. Carroll/ B. 1 &lt;. ' christie, J. Ferguson, H. Stewart, ' £ uss' ¿. Cavíes, J. W. Phíllip^H? r w lynn, Staros Nihail, J. Christie^ C. I" ^ -ctorius, Misk Prem Ji Michael J.J, - Jren, Chog Thon. A. E. Jolly &*' " Co., Agents. , ??, , ^ "4 ^ " The Bambra froin»>W.vApportsJÇ- ^ expected to arrive in Darwinw about1 ~^ April^oth. - -*» y * *¿ %f^l'7%
BLACK OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
BLACK OUTLOOK. Mt. Lyell Company, Zeehan, Tas nania, recently issued a statement in 1 mating that the loss in the produc ion of blister copper was about £15 ^er'ton. The Company suggestedva eduction of wages ranging from io I o 15 per cent-and. the »hours 0/ ,vork in underground mines to be j 38 per fortnight,_40 one week and 48 lhe next. The Company explained Jiat_ unless arrangements along\tliese 'mes were agreeds to the mines ,'Ould,have to ctose'down. '
NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
NOTES AND NEWS. A cool change set in on Wednes aay night, 'i'ftere are indications th«. ae wet /eason has at length come i o an_eñd, or-is aooutjto do so. ~* - -. ~, ;>r As the result; of last Saturday lootbail match the Town Band Wi jeneht to the extent of some £6 odv. t Some startling inures of war-tiim ^rohcs and burglarising will be give. a succeeding v leading articles o. The Labor Cause " ; also the name ji shareholders ni the war gang. The Police Department are no,* jusy collecting the Census papers i marwin. Last Sunday a census c - ne Compound was taken ; 420 abo 0incs were mustered. * There is a rumor current that » -erlain high-up official has emphat. .ally stated^lliat he will break u, .ne jUnion. For the sake of the &lt;5. I '.cial in question, as well as for th j nion and the public, wre trust tha t is only a rumor? At the Police Court, yesterday, be ore the S.M., Albeit Colley \wa charged with fighting. Defcndar. vas convicted and fined £2 and I5£ .osts, in...
MURDER OF FLANAGAN REVIVED. ABOR CONFERENCE ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
MURDER OF FLANAGAN r REVIVED. -ABOR CONFERENCE ACTION. At the Sydney Labor Conference it *as resolved that thefGovernmnet be kcd to institute enquiries^ concern ^ ig the circumstances of the death f Mervyn Flanagan, who was shot I ring the 1917 strike. The Con^ ?rence decided/ to submit a housing c'icme for. the working class. Mot , ons debated-Were that landlords 'or gents be prohibited from compelling respective tenants to purchase fur iiture,and demanding a bonus for ffe key ;^*hat the Fair Rents Court ie abolished and a fair rents com- mission be substituted, clothed with >ower'to inquire into and «fix rents.