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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
OBITUARY. The death occurred on Sunday ev- ening, at the hospital, of Tolentino Garcia Conanan, a native of the Phil lipines, of Spanish descent, at the ripe old age of 69 years. He had been in the hospital some two months suffering from some pulmonary troubles, but the cause of death was largely old age. The funeral was well attended on Monday, Rev. Fat- her McCarthy officiating at the grave. He leaves a grown-up family. He was well respected and a good-living man. The Montoro has been delayed somewhat through the stormy weat- her on the coast, but should arrive by Thursday. Our second linotype operator is amongst the passengers. ___
Latest Telegrams LABOR IMPROVES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
Latest Telegrams LABOR IMPROVES. The South Australian elections ? . were held on Saturday^ Althougn \ the figures are incomplete the proba- bility is that a Liberal Government will be Tcturhed with a small. major- ity. In thc old House there were 22 Liberals,-7 Nationalists and 17 Lab : or. . Saturday's voting shows tin Nationalists 1, Liberals 24, Labor 20. Farmers *i. Thc old members re jcctcd were Coneybeer, Anstey, Pon der, Smeaton, Robinson ; new mern hers include Birrell, Whitford, botr Labor for North Adelaide ; Hunkin. Labor, Harper and Hamilton, Liber .als for East Torrens; Godfrey and - Randalls, Liberals for Murray; Wil . çott, Labor for Burra; Anthony Hussey arid Richards, Liberals fo; Sturt^ In the Legislative. Counci Wallis arid Von Doussa, both indep endents, lost their seats. j
BOXING DEVELOPMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
BOXING DEVELOPMENTS'". Tex Rickards has announced that, the Dempsey-Carpentier fight will bc held in New Jersey, on July 2. He will decide in a few days whether it will be at Jersey City, Newark or At- lantic" City. Governor Edwards of New Jersey has approved of thtf plans. Rickards said the fight would be one of twelve^ rounds without a" decision. He would build an arena to seat 500,000. The. prices1 of , |he seats would be from five to fifty 3cW'&lt; . . "Vi *~f* lars. The famous French boxer.*' Georges Carpcntier has been invited to visit Australia. A telegram was despatched from Melbourne to the * Diretors of Stadiums Ltd., Carpen- ter's Managers, asking the terms on which thc French boxer would agree to visit Australia for three fights. Thc biggest if arranged would be with Billy Shade, American, for the* ¡.econrl bout Albert Lloyd would pro- bably be brought from New Zealand to match Carpenter. The French- man's opponent in the third match if it should take place has n...
ANOTHER BROKEN PLEDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
ANOTHER BROKEN PLEDGE, j - It is now considered unlikely thc Federal Government will call in one third of the war gratuity bonds at the end of May for redemption. If one third of the bonds on issue were redeemed it would mean an expendi- ture 6f approximately £7,500,000. This would put a severe strain on the Federal Treasury. Most likely the Government will take up thc attitude that as they have already cashed : about one third of the bonds the ^ promise of thc Prime Minister has been ^ fulfilled.
ANOTHER RIP VAN WINKLE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
ANOTHER RIP VAN WINKLE The Archbishop of Westminster,^ Cardinal Bourne, in an interview ad-. vócates " Home rule" for . Ireland. _ He says suspicions between the two countries have prevented a settle- ] ment. The protection of Empire is ^ as important for Ireland as for us .^ and as important for "civilisation;- as : for both. Let us get together and have a round table talk with _one \ another. A .discontented Ireland is,, noj value to the Empire, and an Empire ., without justice is no value to .civilis-^
PRUSSIAN CHAMBBR ACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
PRUSSIAN CHÁMBBR ACTS. In accordance with the new consti-_% tutional practice the Prussian Cham- ber has elected a new Prime Minis- ter. On the motion of Von Herr, &lt;. Von Stegerwald, Minister of Pub- 2 lie Affairs, the candidate of the cen-:, trc party was unanimously chosen. Hp began life as a workman, and was prominent in connection with the trade union movement in south Ger«v many 7
CRUCIFIED IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
CRUCIFIED IRELAND. Belfast announces that the King7 will open thc Ulster Parliament ac- companied by the Queen. . Fresh outbreaks are taking place in Ireland. Three civilians were killed in a bomb attack on a military lorry in Dublin. Incendiaries destroyed a number of houses in Blackrock and thc district round Cork. Owing to the stoppage of railway, transit to Tralee food sup- plies at Killarney were cut off. Ab ou 600 inmates of the lunatic asylum arc breadless. It is believed that as a result of the Sinn Fein boycott of England., no livestock has been ex- ported from Ireland last week. Three masked armed men held up at thc revçîver point the Manager of th Hibernian Bank, Charlestown, Coun- ty Mayo, and compelled him to pro- duce £4,980 with which they de- camped.
DARING ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
DARING ROBBERY. I - A daring mail robbery occurred at Dearborn Street Railway , Chicago, ; According to official announcement . thieves secured nearly £200,000, half being in bank notes of various - denominations. Four men were play- : tng ball on grounds alongside the station when suddenly, drawing revt olvers, they held up the station's em- ployees accomplishing the job and - disappearing within. 90 seconds with- out firing a shot. They leaped- into' i an automobile and escaped.
Hypothetical Happenings. SANDY AND PAT DISCUSS THINGS IN GENERAL (Reported by "The, Spook"). [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
Hypothetical Happenings. - SANDY AND PAT DISCUSS. /THINGS IN GENERAL (Reported by "The, Spook"). How are ye this long time, says Pat, as he walked up to and warmly ; slapped Sandy on the shoulder going : home from the Pictures on Saturday night. , Eh, mon, is id you, says Sandy; I .thought you had gone to see the, opening pf the Belfast-what d'ycr call it, Pat-ohi the Belfast "Parlia- ment," eh. It struck me too, that p'raps you had got a job of tax-gat- herer, or collector of valueless cheq- ues, or something like that. Ah, you'e joking, says Pat. What would I be doing going to see the opening pf a mock Parliament,?rand as for getting a job with any screw, worth while attached to it maybe it isn't I that i'd get it. And maybe it isn't I cither, Pat, says Sandy. But never mind, I'm glad to See that you're still here and kicking. By the way, Pat, what d'ye really think of the .two; Parliaments fbr*-'Irclànd'i ^vhieh the-:, Irish people themselves repudiate. . What do I thinkj-says Pa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
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A Plot That Failed. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
A Plot That Failed. Our readers will have fairly viv recollections of the fine phras&lt; which emanated- from ex-Presidei .Wilson of the United States, durin the war, and re-echoed and endorse ^b^JDavid Lloyd George from time t ^;tinie:l They'will also be quite i touch « with the way both "Profers ors" perjured their professions whéi the Avar was ended-how they brok* every principle which they had hal lowed, and, instead, made a "Peace' which was in controyersion not onlj . of their protestations but opposed tc every honorable and moral' principle which truémen, cherish . They an- nounced there would be no "annexa- tions " and no " indemnities " They pretended to-want the end of the war , but they kept it going to decimate Russia and Turkey and Egypt, India and Ireland, and the ex-President allowed, the ex-Radical to grab many millions of square miles of territory,