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Bullseyes [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
Bullseyes (BY 'MARKSMAN). When rats are-driven from tin*! open they invariably take -to the sew- j crs. In these congenial haunts they becomc quite inventive. *. * * . Boycotting the soldiers' sports is ftheir latest stunt. . The sewer is . just a congenial place for such fab rication. | j . * * * When-it * comes to such malicious ¡.lying m order lo curry favor t>r se- cure some patronage,"' things must, be in a bad way. ~ m »j * * 1 The "Carters' Section" of the A.W.U. is coming in for á\ little slime. They have created a monop- oly, eh ? and want a "large holding paddock." What a miserable side- track to toddle on for the sake of putting a spoke in on the hated unionists ! i » * * * J It has been seriously urged that j the manufacture of hop beer should j be stopped in Darwin. Of course it is to save a few boozer blacks that this is proposed. Well, if enough public' money is not wasted in man- aging them now, why not waste a j little more, and manage them effect- ively? Í . . l...
GOVERNMENT TOPPLING CENSURE MOTION. FARMERS PARTY-DISGUSTED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
: GOVERNMENT*TOPPLING CENSURE MOTION. PARMERS;fPARTY-DISGUSTED. The - Federal-* Government meets-' I to-day. Representative Fowler of the Country Party has signified his intention of launching a no-confid^_ ence motion on the ground that the Ministry should be dismissed for mismanaging the countrj's finances ' A'meeting of the Country Party \iu Melbourne decided on an early sel- , ection of candidates for tiie Senate Représentâmes of the Nationalists, aie hopeful that a dissolution* will be avutd J
CONFERENCE PRAISED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
CONFERENCE .PRAISED. The New South Wales Minister for Health, commenting on the Labor conference just concluded in Sydney, characterised it as the most intelli- gent he ever attended ; every mern« j ber of the Cabinet was quite satisfied I The latest counting gave Lambert j 20 on executive and Catts' section 13 Leading positions' in New South Wales and Victoria are now held by the A.W.U. , I 1 - 1
Amongst the Ladies. (By "Little Polly:") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
Amongst the Ladies. (By~"Lißle Polly:") I am loath to believe that in less, than a generation the contamination of the age and the incitements of^ pragmatical, inconocastic and pan- dering social quacks have revolu- tionised the female world and found a ready acquiescence in the erstwhile noble, modest and domestic mind of woman. I can trace an evolution of dignity and of social independence irom natural and satisfactory causes, but who is so blind as not to trace also a counterbalancing demoralisa- tion proportionate to the distance which is separating the loved depen- dent from the unloved independent ? Many persons have observed with chargrin the, readiness with which politicians and knavish political as pirants remodel professions, or as is commonly caid, trim their sails to catch the. rising breeze. Political prostitutions are as general as the evils politicians profess to desire to remedy and the hitherto unapproach ed and unapproachable^ ground, of fogaje d^'tjy honor and Tov...
POLICE COURT. (Monday, before the S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
POLICE COURT. (Monday, before the S.M.) Robert Whiteman was charged I S ^,,y ^ witH ^ Apri,^ °n the ni«ht of the 2"d j «n^tfcptóed ^ - was' Constable Thomas Keith Hem-' «nings deposed : On the night of the ! 2nd;wst he saw the defendant fight- . «ng with Colley. He separated them. ¡ About is minutes later they com-I menced fighting again. He then ar- I rested him. j Sergeant Burtstated defendant was ' one of two deserters from the navy. He had previously given himself up but the Admiralty refused to take him back. ^ ' Defendant stated he had been 12 ' months in the British Navy. . Fined £1 with 10s costs or 14 days in Fanny Bay. Defendant, was given 14 days to pay. v | The same defendant was also char- j 8*4,with using indecent language on ' hearing of passers-by. '* - - ---j Defendant pleaded guilty.. 1 Evidence of arrest was given- by 1 Constable Hemmings.' I Constable Cheyne, ;_Parap;' depos- : ed that he knew defendant who'lived , at 2V2 mile. He had no trouble with him out ther...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
UP-TO-DATE GARAGE CAVENAGH STEERT, DARWIN. (Toupein's Corner). R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. Ring Telephone 61 and you can pound on Prompt and Reliable Ser- vice. This is not Brag-it. is say '' ing just what a man knows ; and your way to prove it is A TRIAL. / At your Service Day-or night CAR 57. / ' And you can enjoy á leisure Jiour - in our - BILLIARD ROOM Keeping -yourself at the same time well Refreshed by our COOL DRINKS ?-MM» ". R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. ROBERT FARRAR ft SONS. Smith Street, Darwin ^ Gene:al Commercial Agents and Carriers Motor Cars for Hire Day or Night THREECARS Competent and Carefnl Drivers &lt; .Two Lorries and Piano Cart Goods Delivered An where . Phone 59 ' S. Drysdale, QENERAL CARRIER, % %yi Mile! ^ Telephone, 106 Orders Promptly Attended to Dr. C. _E HILL DENTAL SURGEON Specialist in Crown and Bridge work. May be consulted at r«* rooms _ at the cottage Between Commercial Bank and Victoria Hotel. Charges Moderate. HOURS-Dai y 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1 Telep...
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE GREAT STRIKE LIVING 141 PER CENT ABOVE PRE-WAR RATES. EFFORTS FOR SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph V Latest Cat le» r - - ' -' _ ' 'ixiji Ui\A-.AA/öAÄirvÜ. ;LiyiNG 141 ±-.ciV cENT ABOVE Pivr.-vv/vR KATüS. ^ &lt;^.k.b KOKJíSNFüK SETTLEMENT. w 'S t »! Uynes, leader ot iiie Labor Part} 'Mfi-i^igiuiiU sotu^tiie way out ot^tii^ to«i nuitée, ia to postpone the dc ».-"luui ior a month. 'f nie LAecuuve ot the dockers jimoi. vn.ie ¿giceing to assist the' mmert. i.^vc^cwiuica Witt notiung should be uüueao^piLup.kate du LU acuou o/ w^>. iyy.i d guttui striKe without eac* -äyu> KUuwiiig me lull'details of UK issue. / 'v . i ? iie,:Tillett declared' that ' befou taking sympathetic action every ef Kut tiiioUíU oe nude to re-open neg- otiations for an amicaDle settlement. The extreme element in South Wales are oecoming restive' and there |s , much stone throwing in the Swansea district in order to prevent volunteer» working the pumps. Tue Aimers rcueration issued -. if . * - ' detailed-list of the proposed wages compared with those of 1914, which...
Divide et Impera. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
'Divide et Tmpffira.^ The motto of JJahorJist^Jrom llie first been Un?tv-the moral deifocible from the "Bundle of sticks." *It.1ß_ because Unity is strength and thatx the producers * of the world are be- coming aware of "this fact? tnat the policy of the knave and the exploiter -no1-to, speak of their miserable . tools-has been, is, and will ever be the tactic* embodied in the old Rom- an phrase, " Divide and rule." Con- stituted as society is, and looking upon nations in the same light as the whoie world, it has never been ditncult to find a shibboleth or a pre- text on which to divide the people whenever an ulterior purpose had to ue served. The chief butts of slander and obloquy are naturally the more enlightened and determined leadjers of Democracy» the ultimate object, of course, being the division - of the people, the reducing of the power which is begotten of unity by mak- ing it disunited. It is in this way IOUI bigots ply their devilish work in season and out of season, rai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
NOTICE. A SPECIAL MEETING of the EXECUTIVE of the'A.W.U./-WÍU be %ëld in the Union Office, FRIDAY "NIGHT,-''April 8th, at 8 p.m. "* V H. NELSON, , / Branch'Secretary.. FOOTBALL _ s r . RETURNED SOLDIERS V. VES " '* . TEY'S F.C. A Challenge has been accepted by the Returned Soldiers" from Vestey's Football Club to a MatcKon the Dar- win'Oyal oh SATURDAY . AFTER NOON Next, at 4 p.m. > ,H. H. YATES, i ¡*,.t* ' .»- . ' ' -' / -. .' j - ' "küC-ílOÑTSALE. r ;JAT GRIBBONS' MART.. An Auction ;Säle will be held as above ' TO-MORROW (Friday Evening) at 7.30 p.m. on behalf of various clients, when the following, amongst other useful articles, will be offered :, Piano; Pianola Attach- ment-84 records ; Meat Safes ; Washstands ; Copper ; Cane Chairs ; Bicycles ; Lounges and Sundries.^ Also - 15-h.p. Motor Boat Engine, H. GRIBBON, Auctioneer. CORRESPONDENTS. CORRESPONDENTS WANTED in all inland centres. ' "'?? Don't Forgetto Drop into. Alipio's Saloon \| . "Ti when you want a Hair Cut or a Good...
THE LABOR CAUSE, AND ITS NECESSITY. No. II. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
^----^i-MM-M«»... THE LABOR CAUSE, AND ITS NECESSITY. ;No'.. II. In our first article we understated the amount of wealth owned by the 454 per cent of the population ; that is, the extent of the monopoly was not shown in full nakedness. How- ever, it must appear seiious enough. We purpose showing in this article the tendency to further monopoly, > and, of course, to corresponding de- pendence and eventual pauperism. The figures will necessarily astound many. Taking the wages in 1912 we. find that they increased during the following six years by 26 per cent. That on first appearances would look satisfactory and give some pretext j for the bitter slanders heaped on Labor by its critics. It is when we j realise that in the same six years the ' cost of living increased by 56 per cent, that we come to a clear under- standing of the actual position. Now, per contra, the total A stralian man- ufactured output of the former year was £133,022,000, less materials used,-power, ,, &c...
INSUFFICIENT WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 7 April 1921
INSUFFICIENT WAGES. An A.WiU. meeting at Quecns town-carried a resolution that as the cost ,o£ living had not decreased "the present wages Svere^- insufficient to allow a reasonable standard ' of comfort being maintained, and sug- gested- the Company should make ap plication}to the Arbitration Court* for^the necessary relief. N
Latest News by Telegraph Latest Cables THE GREAT STRIKE. SIGNFICANT RUMBLINGS. REVOLUTION HINTED AT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
Cátest News by Cable and ;1 - . Telegraph tatest Gailes "? ^ THE 'GREAT STRIKE: SÏGNT^lt'ANT -RUMBLINGS. RÉVOLUTION HINTED AT. ';,Ï J* We liad bcttu Lave the big fight ;i-, nowrthaii vallo w ourselves to be taken / áingly "-\va^ thc significant phVao. , employée! by the leaders or'thc Rail ., way "men And transj/Oit woikers, whoscv. foîlow'ei s at , every- ^meeting ' held have s bsenbed 1 to the belief ttial the niineis' trouble -is the out com e..oí air- attempt, to pull down, th-, wages in all .trades. '-Failing a rníi acle it is regarded as certain th~ J they : will . join thc-strikc. There ari fears-of a .general tussle and thc spread"¿of-something more-thanV. the * mere ;\vages ¡dlsputp, nior.e even .than ^the ^fight jon thc nationalisation probr ^ lem. s Th« miners are enjoying the . earliest daysroi their freedom array . cd in their ¿>cst" clothes; and they are making holiday and picmic|ng^thoug/= in restive spirit.\ However this doctv not prevent expfcssions throughcu. th...
AUCTION SATURDAY, APRIL 16, at 2.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
. AUCTION SATURDAY, APRIL 16, -at 2.30 p.m. . ' E. V. V. BROWN will Auction a Mixed lot of -Tools, Bolts,- Nails, Roofing Screws, Locks, Tower Bolts, Brass Taps, Stocks and Dies, Wood and Iron Pulley Blocks, Steel Wire Rope, Chain, Wire Rope Slings, also jlrohmongerry, Etc., Etc., too ; num- erous to mention. .?,-",? Now is the> Chance for Builders and Tradesmen-all without Reserve E. V. V. BROWN, - . Auctioneer.
WHY THE PROSECUTIONS WERE STILLBORN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
WHY THE PROSECUTIONS WERE STILLBORN. The public have- been wondering for some time why the Government 'went to' sleep, on.^ its loud and, oft repeated, threats to prosecute alleged, .delinquents Jn .connection- : with thc' Incoine -Tax claims. They will be in- terested in léarning that the cause of the harmless thunderbolts not developing is the simple ' fact' "that the Government's jackeroos were in something of the same position as its judicial appointees, like Mahomet's coffin, somewhere other. > than -térra firma. As a matter of fact all the blow and blither was based on a con scu^sness that no prosecution could, be sustained, for the simple reason that -the Government's high cockatara .uni . could not prove his'appointment, and bluff was substituted for thc time being. The appointment . of Mr. Geraghty as deputy taxrgathercr was gazetted in Melbourne only on March 3rd ("Gazette " No. 19) and that interesting " Journal " could ; not be produced;" It will probably be herc next...