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THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
THANKS. Thè Members of thé Town Band wish to thank -all persons :, .who, as- sisted in making thc two- football matches in aid of thc Band funds a success. There is no doubt\that thc matches were a great success and ad- ded very materially to our funds to the extent of £4 7s id for the first match and £4 13s 3d for the second match and ow^ng to Mr. W. Murray's great persuasive powers as a collec- tor he added another £ 2 to the col- lection after the last match; was over making a total taking -. for the twd days of £11 os 4d.,' which is very beneficial to the Band at present. Again tha.nk.ng all Who assisted - in making the matches a success.' L. WIDBUP, Hon; Secretary;
The Tennis "Net" [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
The Tennis " Net" : ; Tile Jócál Council meets in the day :^ tiinc, an^^^^ the joke. 1 ¿At^iany.:rate-jt-: spends, its time Iargè :r " ^íPt ^éetinjir ^he ^nncpöl^bü« - =- r^f.Tr.d to tKe-- providing' of u .tàr. forc'tlie- devotees .of the" pleas r, "ant; hriny,- and. a tennis court",,for vñot^he. de?bt but-rone ' ctuß/tfirit ^k&J tq b&lt;\ ?nrí arcofi''ti&lt;? " . s ."n oint°d ja- " Ber rd of con ¿ i.rol'.'"V'; :;Bo'th _ enterprises must înçiir
MR. RALPH FRENCH [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
MR. RALPH FRENCH A rumor wa§ spread through the town on Thursday "evening, that Mr. ; Ralph French, whose lef had been 'amputated by Dr. McCormack, in St. Vincents Hospital a day or two previously had just "succumbed. Very naturally there was univer-' sal regret and sympathy expressed and thc members of. his" old /football club immediately -sent instructions , for .the.plating of a wreath^onJ^Kis coffin. Yesternight, , h"owever,V%the ' rumof.was. denied, .by his immediate ¿friends, iand the news -, was received ;vy'tV-many expressions of joy. How tile r^ ne one
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
; TO eORRESPöNDENTS, Etc. ""' The '" Northern Standard aims at : being thorduglily're^t^ntative^Voi " inc Morthcm^ Territory and AV!th this.; cpd in' -view welcomes' correspond 'dence from all- outlying centres. , No matter how opposed to oui views, free discussion is permitted in our colmnnsVi-so long;as ii is not ab- - usive andprefers to - matters " oi K'cncral interest. : -r :' . /. Any' .complaints in regard to n'on rcceip t : of paper should be reported to :. j v.i once.: We. wiîî do- our best to remedy .them. 1 v..; y We would be grateful to our friends » for their - ;good ofHces; with >neig]i-¿ - íimirs. in obtaining fresh -subscribers, etc., and in helping. to add to-^the boiver for good of i the people's own ."newspaper.--; . .;. >';; , \ Secretaries, of ~ the various Clubs : and institutions are -t invited to for "?' ;^Vv:t¿>n&lt;iensed reports' of proceed- ings át¿rne¿ tin gs^^ .pleased'.to send a ^representative " tb any important function. when duly no...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
j seems to know-except that Jt can i be put down to the well-known in- ventiveness of some V>f our Darwin ! itos. Wc sincerely trust poor French* who has already suffered so muchr will be spared to his wife and family^ eveji though he will be so seriously incapacitated.
MINISTER CITED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
«MINISTER GITED. , - The -TasmaniaÄrM«^ .has been served With a, summons at " thc instance of the ¿A.W.U. toi appear ^before the Arbitration . Court in re- spect to increased wages "of "employ- ees in the Public Works. The Min- ister regard sStKe claim as exorbitant.v If. agreed to thc certain' result would be less work offering and increase tn unemployment as the Government , have; not money available f or - expen? &lt;.. diture.
Latest Telegrams FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
Lataat Magno» > FEDERAL PARLIAMENT. -J Thc threatened, crisis . in \ Federal. political affairs has btfen averted The Country Patty declined to support Fowler's no-confidence.motion. ^Par« (iaraent is discussing the. tariff. Fos- ter, S.A. presented a petition signed by three hundred, electors protesting ! against &lt;- the ..proposed - tariff duties. ????>?,
NO POOL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
NO-POOL.¿i " TheNew-Sputh Wales Cabinet has - decided' against .thc> establishment of a butter-pool for rwmter~. producer* 1/ Thc : representatives pn>poiC:.r:t^.g^^^ on with: the pool without the ' Gc*^ ->; emmcnt's approval. They, did not ; ask the Government to assume any financial responsibility but recognise the Government' endorsement of the \¡ pool scheme would have been an ac-" tion facilitating financial arrange- ments. Thc proposal is for erränge« ment" by a joint committee in New |>outh Wales and Queensland mern- : bers^of the Commonwealth". Dairy produce pool. _ ~_J
"TIMES " AGAIN WARNS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
"TIMES " AGAIN WARNS. % A leading article in the London "Times" says the fact that therejs no change of policy bythe; Govern- ment towards Ireland nmst ^inevit- ably impede Lord Talbot's ? success. Settlement by- thc policy of force is hopeless. Thc Government is pro- ceeding to the election against the advice of well-informed, Irishmen, thc outcome of which is clouded in peril. Peace is -within grasp Lbut thc.. -Government is allowing opportunities to slip. >. A settlement could- be 'ac- complished by a firm offer, of those; concessions on thc financial and 'fis- cal points which would remore the
NO TREATY; NO PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
NO TREATY; NO PEACE. i M, ?:r\ ; . JV..." - - -v: t¿ : .-f/,J-. ?.;«?'*?.. .? \í " . . - .',.»- 1 ' v ! ?' A Washington message states that \ President Harding told, ? newspaper' ; _ men he was "convinced there was no - practical way in which the ¿ United States can -consider Ike ratification' ^ ih^.A^safBos-Peace Treaty and denied^haying, approv,e^r*of .1ftir/lnj* i mcdiate'pàssage of a resolution vin favor of effecting a separate" péíce ' with Germany. ?
Latest Telegrams MAY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
MAYDAY. , " k: The coal ; miners 1kron&lt;rhc>%i* & ns ¿tralla wilt take a ho1*dav ry* .-May 2»»d; ¿ May Day* and /in con«*»aniince the mines will be closM. that d«v. Mr. Willis, Secretary;;cf 'the, ;;/*MÏ r>*d Shale Employees' Federation ç*î»*?&lt;t J'' that the men were. s. ufianinious : in their decision. ~ 7 . ' -
FATAL AIR FLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
FATAL AIR FLIGHT. An aeroplane accident iii" Mel- bourne on Thursday resulted in the .leath of - the mechanic, Corporal 'VVh:cker, 24, and serious injury to thc pilot, Captain-J. F rryar Smith: Che accident 'happened during prac 'ice in flight of the Avro ' machine^ which-fell 500 feet. '/
DISLOYALISTS, EH? UNANSWERABLE APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
- DISLOYALISTS, EH ? . UNANSWERABLE; APPEAL.. ^::.'.?A-poworfu! 'appe»!í signed by nim . ; English and Scottish bishops,-' i r pre . sidents and moderators; of . Englisli Nonconformist denominations has . been addressed to thc Premier/ and ' Sir rfamar Greenwood, and circulat- ed, tn christian churches, urging the Government tb-:.alterits brutal Irish , policy which' was j expdsitt^r us to misunderstanding abd provoldn» hos fc- ti'le criticisrnvall over thc Erntjire and j ./fte world. The appeal» pleads" with thc Government to^arranfyc a truce and resolutely :purs«e:a magnanimous course.'^ _\ ~ .* . ; ' % s - - ?_.
SCOTLAND YET! THE GAEL AWAKENING. LLOYYD GEORGE COTTENING [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
r > SCOTLAND YET! 1 THE' GAEL AWAKENING.^ LLÇfYYD GEORGE COTTENÍNG . A humber of casualties followed the .encounter between- the police; am?.' strikers in Cowènbeath Mine, Fiitr :fshire. The miners repeatedly brok & ? the police cordon, dislocated - street lighting service and plunged the township Into darkness. Police re inforcements were dispatched bu; tbe disorders continue. In Lanark- shire many strikers were ^arre^tcn for interfering with pump men. The Prime Minister wrote the Miners' -Association and Miners' Federation , suggesting the desirableness of res- uming negotiations with employers in respect .to the wages. He'offered i the good offices of the Government - tb bring both parties together1. . The miners accepted and the owners also i agçsed. Subsequently "Lloyd George 1 "in the. House of Commons announced that after the owners andjiiners ac-, cèpted the invitation to meet in con- ference a hitch, had arisen. The min- ers', federation intimated it could. r\ot ...
THE BATHS QUESTION [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
THE BATHS QUESTION j Darwinitcs are beginning serióusly ..to consider the /desirableness ofXhav ing-a wash, so to speak, and have arisen in their might with, the .view , oí' securing a » " bath " where the risk of. leakage and of * angry waves will be a minimum^ The ''.big biz" ^ at Thursday's . Councils -meeting was ?the", receiving of ; a 'deputation . and petition onx this behalf, but the; heâr^. ,,ing had to be postponed and tlie o\ i her business transacted, in conse- quence of the temporary absence of ;thë chief mover in the washing'bus- hiness.. However, he. , arrived-; 'later. .' some fifteens ladies ..andr'.gentlemen: . beingV^rrese^nt, altogether,- to -present ? and support - the pétition.. \ 1 -_v ' Mr. Woods, . who^iwas ' the - first speaker^ read somes names from - the I petition,' which asked that tue pre ' posed baths bc located at Lainiueroó beach instead of at Fort Hill. . He j explained that, thc petition" contained j 265 names, .and ali were ''convinced j that : t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
7^ FORSALE. Í ' . ", « " ,'^\ \. A TIMOR PONY, Boy/s Saddle and Bridle tn good order for - sale. Quiet and tractable, about 8 years old. Apply- i WILLIAM WRIGHT- T Harvey Street. ? v. . ?? ?.. . . - . . ? -rn-*-;-:-^ , W. D. Gordon GENERAL. CARRIER, (Next Door to W. Mettam, Plumber) CAVENAGH STREET/ ^ r AU classes ot work Executed. Stone, Sand, Timber and Firewood, etc, to any part of Darwin; From one pound to Five Tons Deliv- ered anywhere. . Pon't Forget to Drop into ÀHpïo'5 Saloon when yon want a Hair Cut br a Good Shave Curios a Specialty Shells' Cleaned and Polished YEÁNY1NG Baker, Cavenagh Street, Darwin ! First Class Bread, Buns, etc. Give us a Trial Barlows Boarding Hsnse Cavenagh Street, Darwin TERMS MODERATE Australian Cafe Chin Kit and Co., Proprietors., ; Cavenagh Street, Darwin. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Customers and Patrons arc Assured, . ? of* Civility and .Clean Service, .vi - Dinners and Suppers Provided. -, Soft Drinks Always on thc Ice. For Late Suppers Ring up Phone 6...
As You Meet It. CHARACTER SKETCH, BY "TIM TOUCHUP." THE LEGISLATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
As You Meet lt. CHARACTER SKETCH; BY "TIM TOUCHUP." THE LEGISLATOR. i Thc legislator is an important per- sonage, ii you dont Knuw^it îor a *uci yourstii, jsic his marriageable uaugiuer, or "his matronly, sister of. yiic «UÜ ininy, and your ignorance of -^v>^muuus.:.gr¿atucsS'.:wiU'';vamsh':> »xe mc asnes ueiorë a violently work- ed mellows. Legislators are not uni . ci «aiiy admired, which is thebault ot tthe stupidity of the general public, >ut every legislator has the sympathy ..«md support-.ot ail those "whose good ^mcius : are worth having," of -^urse ; tms is exactly why a legisla- tor is a great and indispensable man. U makes np difference to the legisla^ .ar ' how many years' unchequcd growth his whiskers enjoyed before scorning a great public man, all Uiat growth is wantonly, sacrificed tn iic puohc interest the moment he recomes a legislator.' And he patron- es a city tailor fori the first time, .nd business looks up thenceforth fdr .the' barber and the man who ru...