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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
The football match this: evening is .crrpected to attract a large crowd of sightseers, as jtsu'aV ' Tt is pleasing iScr know that the baftd has so many" ..admirers and citizens willing to give j it=a. shove along-financially.- I Funny as it may appear I r eland has two . sup renie authorities-president De Valera, elected by - thc people^ and king Carson; installed- against ; the peopie by Lloyd George and his! ' cabaL." . ... '. ! I - ' - . . fl ¡- .The . Wanderers football team will ; be photographed , to-morrow at the ] Club jïotel, at io 30 a.m. ^An ad vertiscmentsinj this issue invites al» players in that Club : to be present. \ ' Thc Town Clerk has been author- ised to demand thc prompt? ????settle- ment of unpaid current-rates. > ' s Thc Soldiers ^Sports Committee has been thanked by "thc Council for invitation to be present. .An offer by Mr. E. V. V. Brown to thc Council qî/sundry i grails and a rock-breaker at, a certain price has been declined by.thc Council: j It was 'a...
THE LABOR CAUSE, AND ITS NECESSITY. No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
j THE L£BOR CAUSE, AND ITS j y , / NECESSITY^ \ No: ÍH: 1 VVr ; . Since writing, our last article . the 1 cable lias informed us -that the cost j of living in\bngiand has-risen .as I high as 141-- per cent, above pre-war prices ; it is given officially as the chief grounds for the great strike that is now on. There is no legisla- tion'in Australia ^compelling com- panies to disclose their annual '-pro-" fits ; not so, however, tn England, and _we arc therefore, happily^ in, a better position to show not Only what thc war meant but how it is that:the. contention of English work- ers, that thc cost of living has more ? tlian nullified any. improvement in: wages, ' is , cmphaticá\ly .borne out. , But above . all, it enables us to put ont fingers/direct on the aw- ful commercial "vampire'.?that-;is suck- ing the blood out "of the distracted^ millions of workers and their depen- dants in England;:' and throughout the Empire. - , - » .- Here is the. attested returns of some of the " big b...
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest cables THE GREAT STRIKE. VARIOUS NOSTRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph ^* LltMtJlllU THE GREAT STRIKE. VARIOUS NOSTRUMS. Thc British strike situation is crit- ical. 400 delegates representing 35 unions comprised in the Transport Workers' Federation, meeting privat- ely, considered the sectional district reports and adjourned their decision after issuing an official disclaimer to thc press reports'concerning the al- leged decision of thc Dockers* Exe- cutive to assist thc miners but depre- cating direct action, which they de- clared to be without foundation. Earl Derby, addressing the Liver- pool Chamber of Commerce advocate ed ¿sn month's extension of thc coal . control- system in order to prevent the extension of thc strike and to enable the public to be fully enlight- ened on. the. situation. He said: thal as the public paidj and suffered they , ougbt~íto _bc thc-arbiters of' the . dis mt^ r r f Special interest. attaches tothc decision of the Transport Workers' Federation which railwaymen await .before themselves d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
Call and See HARRY GRIBBON, Intra. Gish Storekeeper, Auctioneer, Valuator, Howse & Commission Agent, &c. CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Best Stocks. Best Quality. Lowest Prices, Special Attention Given to Country (hoers Pbone No. 112 . _ Man Fong tau & Co. CAVENAGH STREET SELL IT FOR LESS Importer» and Qreen-Qrocers Manufacturers of Aerated Waters A Splendid ISBoriment of Chinese and European Gouda _ Always on Hand Shipping Supplied on Shortest Notice telephone Nör 17. _ CEHEBAL 8TÜIEKEEPER, ' Cavenagh Street, Darwin. CHINESE AND, EUROPEAN GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS , , General Grocer, Tobacconist etc. DRAPERY« FANCY GOODS. BOOTS. Fresh Stocks Every Boat CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN WING SANG TONG & Co. Cavenagh Street, Darwin Inptftari ind linera* Stortkeipm X*rgé Stocks, of General Merchandise Always on Hat P.0¡ Box j6. Telephone No. 38 'SMITH STREETVDA^W^N. gtep m any time and enjoy a game J'1'. ^ ; *' ' ^>f ' Jof Billiards on a-- ' . - mJU®^ FIRST-CLASS TABL...
A Pig in a Bag. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
A Pig in a Big. [ Some time ago the-Cpuncil sold by 'vitction an allotment on whfch rates --."Tc so tong due that it came under ! he provisions of the. Act-in that re ,'-*»rd." Mr. Hurley .became the pur- chaser at' £2. A latter from Mfr , Hurley was read at last Council I ' meeting asking .if - any further ' in I formation was available as to the de- j md by thc Government of some : 0 >o alleered overdue Ineome Tax be- fore amy transfer of title could be ; -'"v-n* Councillor's wondered how it I-'.VMS that Income Tax could be due ! ?n "»Hotment. sud it was under- wood that t^«» d^bt X«ra«! not nccssar i'v en tb" nllotTTifnt but the oricrin?! on-nT Tu¿ r»iirc!ia«!rr is be?n&lt;» held -?M« : for this man's Income I Tax "liability and ^the transfer.^with-r held. -which is about ,as unjnst* and" ; .^-."""^r^pi -"i ï&lt;rf pf;vv'ç1«ti»i*r f s lias .;¿vtrr,» fnrrt -vt»- or n\ir nrt'rt* in. con-v wr*irgt. fi,:.^' allegèd to be carried out legally. * _ s ~
CANDID CRITICISMS. Rubbing It In. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
GANDID CRITICISMS. Rubbing'Vt In¡ y . - ^X* ^"^Ó^*áíy-:dcÍBñe"tlw i'callcup Ucor¿e*6^uov>ú'uuic"i aud íí.s" aifeg - " liul/jJig h»'',^ the vliïcgar v' au«.» 'S jS^ií* SO«í ^^ííuwCüC^O.^' _ ünu¿n ^cmórucaaon'- tor ireland's ;;:tnat ^lícli; one U -to Keep a-sutf^uppfcr Up," and wni&t.¿ _^it-?.vi);Vtícct' a ''c^ix-crr-tU'-çart^iii^ . í^td^iüíf ahdr S^f&lt;B^|igJç^^>pj yd^bja;^:^ ?gd^fe|ktírtó>: ? -'is -T^yc^i||^aii(^g ^üct^der ^ of :yíSi^íl|pÍNaí^|í|: .'. jpcíés : L Lloyd ^'Gcöt;^ivu^0y0^ ?I that. ; hts. .quàtk'. ptesenp^j^^ eíiar "f..cv \v*ll cciísu.t^to £.v £i^^^^iiít^^^tSIíi^^flÀyvâ ï thVm%öf;*£. uapftstñiú^ " -Virus;! ' ni.iy iiavc^a scanty incentivé m t ísnránd selfishness of 'the -"'d-viîis &lt;¡\ ifcwpu«tr'hc*'caa -never ¿nforcV,a h\\ .br:d^'pplicy.-cm;.'a ' p copie . -. now- uii. 'Tesùrr^çtjtd^y fronv' ~> .their nigh" ¿ófV-.m^ntaK^ oWdage.' ' lt*', shouli 'j ."be ^iclerir' I "to1- the ^ Bátish G'ovV 'ernáiét.t^'as' it - is s to" the res.t c '...
THE TOZER-MORT TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
Vii 2 TOZER-MÖRT. TRAGEDY. Thc triai of-Mrs. -;'ort fer shoot- j n S Pr-' Tozer, in ; Sy iffley isp recced-. I S'îim prcpîiïèd^io suäer anything, iozj\ i'-vhat -I' have done : when the, time 'eo.ines. I will tell thc world all j 'bout it. When he came to see mc j "".ny ; heart failed. me. I could hot do ] i t VV;e; looked , io lovely. ' Aft cr a time I Vv-hen'--he:, .was sitting o»i a couch in - ; thc drawmg/room' I: got à little pres- ' j ent ; I!had- bought ' for: > him. While - he was looking at the' present T. shot him back bf thc head, then I shot -hiniiagain in the side of the head. I undid- waistcoat and shot him ; iii -the heart:. I -buttonedyup the waist coat agairf. They- were^ all fatal shots. I sat down and wrote' some letters -nd took two doses of laudanum. : [Then I lay in bis arms two hours , j After that Ï felt for my heart, put a ! revolver there ar.d pulled the trigger. ? f' ;' . /'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
UP-i HATE GARAGE CAVENAGH STEERT, DARWIN. (Toupein'8 Corner).- ' R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. \ Ring ¿Telephone 61 and you can ?pound, on: Prompt -and Reliable Ser- vice:' r v. ' ( ' « - _ ' f ' "J" This is not Brag-it is- say- ) ~ ; ; ing-jitst what a manfknows ; , : and ydur, way to prove ¡t is . J " ' A TRIAL. - , . At your Service Day or' night ' CAR 57. ,, And'you can enjoy a ieisurc hour - ' \ "V -ia our - Jr, BILLIARD/ROOM Keeping yourself,at the same time well Refreshed by^our -1 . : COOL DRINKS r R/R." BUDGEN, Proprietor. " Dr. C. _B. HILL DENTAL SURGEON Specialist in Grown and Bridge work, i May be consulted -rooms . at the cottage '/ - ; - Between-Commercial Bank and _ Victoria HotcL Charges Mcd-erate. HOURS-Dai y 9 a.tn. t.o 6 p.m. ' Telephone No. 93. Budgens Motor \ .Garage CARS NO.'S 50» 6sr& 79T , ROBERT FARRAR ñ SONS. Smith Strt3et, Darwin GENERAL COMMERCIAL ». AGENTS - : AND C ARR IE RS. >.. . ?.; ' , '. i :.: \ MOTORCARS FOR HIRE DAY .vH "\V?AND .NIGHT. . 1...
Open Column. (We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed by correspondents.) A DINGO ORDINANCE AND A WISE WATER SCHEME (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
Ope " Column. ( We do not necessarily endorse the views expressed byV correspondents.) f '. - A DINGO ORDINANCE AND A WISE WATER SCHEME . (To the Editor ) y Sir,-It is pleasing to note tin ef- fort xs-at. last being made to have gazetted an - ordinance providing for the destruction of thc dingo which has been allowed to assume such menacing, numbers' in the stock rais- ing areas of the Northern Territory \ and. West Australian East Kimber- ley district. This is an effort which should have all the force which the Government can apply and should re- ceive unlimited encouragement from thc same source. Year in and year ' out throughout the big cattle" stat- ions in the Territory and Eas? Kim- j berley, thedead cattle, lost to thc j dingo, together with the bad water- [ ing scheme-ie., water, bores sunk in unsuitable places-(the big mulgas, of these districts) cries out in. its 4 ghastly helplessness for more gen- uine .effort on the part of''the cattle owners and the ? Government^ ; and...
WOODEN SHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
WOODEN SHIPS. '." After, invcsiígawun into the ? cir-. fcúm'stáiicc-s; ¿a;;c&auee&¿^^ . ;ti¿e contract eí-iL-r'-ii uuo by-, the vOûi : moriw^ájth >vi>íí ? ^ii'ssrs. ^ámUútzaji,, . SíayohV.to. -builds two"- ^cö&eri shijíS laç Federal X uo¡:c_VVOÍKJ ' Coaiunt tee in. xis xi^oxi tj l'&rn&acht'jfrcc' Oiñmeuded tac request oí thc con ;,ractors to., bc relieved ,oí/ obligation co iii ¿ 1 c.tc their ; cou i;ract bc gian icü?'
MYSTERIOUS KARL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
MYSTERIOUS- KARlT Vienna reports' that Emperor"'Karl^^ left Steinamangar accompanied by,:' three Entente officers and a detach«« ' > ment of Entente troops. --Twènty-five1 ; officers and men representing- thc ~ r Austrian army of social democrats - and christian socialists and other sections all* demanded to. have repre- sentatives on ^he tram. > ,
ANGTHER VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
. Annie-Tempest,' 29, single, fell ov.ci .?:.ÏO'--.gap., at Watson's -Bay, Sydney, ,.-aid vivad -á"-miraculous "escape Jroiu , .M-scant death; ? . Alter - the alanna was . ¿;ven men descended the clirïs and x> aced her. in a shec^ and hauled her Io the top.-OVv'ithin forty minutes, of ; .rev time she dropped, she was being glaced tin an ambulance. .. Nearly every bone > in her body was broken. Eyewitnesses state that -she got 'through the fence ¿and walked to- wards the edge of the cliff. Several People close by called out to , com'c : »a ck. She seemed in great trouble. After going a few yards she halted, ?:: ¿len continued. Sitting down \. she caned1 sideways and slipped over ac edge pf thc rocks.
THE FALLS OF WITTAGOONA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 9 April 1921
THE FALLS OF . WITTAGOONA. ; Down the Falls of Witta¿oon«t, fj\ Rush - the f oam-deckcd -. * glancing. -waters \ . k - ). &lt; Of thc,myriad streamlets*gliding . From- each silent, -mountain'soured Deep their wail, but still unheeded; By the rocks they fret unceasing/ 4 ^ Sweep' they onward to the ocean " * - ? Spreading - treasure hv : -their ,J course.-' . ' "~7.^'Vl ^ - - I ,^&lt;- ' !>. v ; Huge the rocks, with shapes fantaK èc,^ - ^ Vast ;thev caverns, laved'and moulded -By ^hese* glinting crystal * waters Nature's sculptor, unexcelled Grand thc hills; which in their, bosomy L'ke the dew-drop, nestled fondly .Midst the petals of a blossom, '> This «weet -spot-for aye have held-. Stately trees, " their 'xrests primeval ^ Hear against the sun intrusive, Waving back*their cooling"sbàdows, On the limpid, lone/abyss ; . --Î ' Verdant undergrowth^ enchanting, Like a fairy bower, encloses, \ '*tJi Stooping ever, to the waters|, ' Wont to steal the ma¿ic kiss. ', ...
NEGOTIATIONS RESUMED Latest. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
NEGOTIATIONS RESUMED Latest. Negotiations have been resumed for the settlement of the British caol strike. A food hoarding order, has been issued prohibiting the acquire- ment of more than a week's supply:! In consequence of the Miners' Feder- ation decision the pumpmen in most areas resumed at the old rates with- out waiting for the volunteers to re- place them. South Wales field was saved in the nick of time. The% act ual floodings total 20 pits in Scot- land, 18 in England and Wales. It is estimated that the strike is cost- ing £15,750,000 a week including £1,750,000 for defence measures.
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph latest Cables THE GREAT STRIKE. NOW GENERAL. RESERVES CALLED OUT. Later. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE GREAT STRIKE. NOW GENERAL. RESERVES CALLED OUT. Later. inc British miners have refused to confer with the miñe owners except unconditionally. The King has de- clared ,a state of national emergency und the army reserves have been cal- led out for active service. The triph alliance comprising the miners, rail- way men and transport wor-; kers have called a general strike commencing this (Tuesday) night. Floods continue to rise in most mines. It is estimated that 70,000 Welsh miners will be unable to re- sume for months after the strike cc elusion. All pits of South Stafford- shire arc in imminent danger of be- coming derelict. The miners' con- federation has issued a manifesto av- erring that the ruin of thc coal ex port trade is not attributable to the November strike but is really due tc the operat'ons of thc Spa agreement which provided for thc supply of tw«. million tons of coal to france fröre Germany monthly, displacing th&...