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CANDID CRITICISMS. Is Justice Blind? [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
CANDID CRITICISMS. Is Justice Blind ? .Hardly a day passes which does j not bring news of some glaring case j of partiality and privilegein Our ; courts of alleged justice, Vhile jin- goes and servile cravens continue hallowing the intangible and non-ex- istent thing called " British7 fairplay " and the pretended sanctity of law and loyalty. In the recent murder case' in which Mrs. Mort so brutally done . Dr. Tozer to death, the jury return- ed a verdict of insanity. Ye Gods ! This woman who coolly and deliber- ately shot Tozer first on one side of the head, then on the other, and fin- ally through the heart, insane ! This woman whor-in the words 'of her own confession--had a present for her. Victim, and while she íiad en- gaged his attention in admiring it, carried put her plan, to be pronoun- ced insane. Wc have riot heard of any of . those who were cruelly sland- ered arid prosecuted during the war being given the benefit of thé doubt, or - pronounced insane, nor, do we know sbf ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
NOTICE OF MEETING. THE GENERAL MEETING of thc CLERICAL SECTION A.W.U.. will be held in thc A.W U- Hall on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13th, at 8 p.m. Members are requested to attend. Business : General. R. G. ARDILL. VALEDICTORY. The Members of all the Football Clubs are invited to a SOCIAL at the Victoria Hotel to bid Farewell to the President (W. N. Skey, Esq.) on WEDNESDAY, 13th Instant, at 8 p.m. A. WALKER, Acting Secretary Northery Territory Football League. THAKNS. We beg to return our Sincere Thanks to the Matron and Staff, to Dr. Jones, and to all who expressed kind sympathy in our late bereave- ment, and attended the funeral of our late Father, Tolentino Garcia Con anan. On behalf of his family ELIAS CONANAN. CHURCH TENNIS CLUB The SEASON will bc OPENED on the Church Tennis Court on SAT- URDAY NEXT, 16 APRIL. All -members are cordially invited to attend. V. G CARRINGTON, Hon. Sec. NOTICE. A SPECIAL MEETING of the EXECUTIVE of thc A.W.U. will be held in the Union Office TO-NIGHT (Tuesd...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
o r\ ivT Call and See HARRY Q General Cash Storekeeper, Auctioneer, Valuator, Hoi?se & Commission Agent, &c. CAVENAGH STREET, DARWIN Best Stocks. Best Quality. Lowest Prices, % Special Attention Given to Cduutry Oiders Phone No. 112 CAVENAGH STREET SELL IT FOR LESS Importers and Green-Grocers Manufacturers of Aerated Waters A Splendid issortment of Chinese and Kuropcan Goods Always on Hand Shipping Supplied on Shortest Notice Telephone No. 17. ,. ./..-? C YAM YAN & O GÉNÉRAL STSREKEEPES,. 4 Cavenagh Street, Darwin. CHINESE AND EUROPEAN GOODS OF ALL. DESCRIPTI ,)NS \ General Grocer, Tobacconist etc. DRAPERY. FANCY GOODS. BOOTS. Fresh Stocks Every Boat CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN WING SANG TONG & Co. Cavenagh Street, Dar wi ii Kr.JolU ¡ i . ' . ?' »... Importare and General Storekeepers Large Stocks of General Merchandise Always ou 'Hand P.O. Box 36. Telephone No. 38 HRS. BliSOfLL SMITH STREET, DARWIN. MILLINER, DRESSMAKER, ETC. Billiard ! Latest Style and B...
KNOCK-OUT BLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
KNOCK-OUT BLOW , To-day (Tuesday) President Har- ding will deal the last blow at the i League of Nations. In a message to / the United States Congress, the Pre- sident will formally,,.declare that the: U.S.A. 'will never ácccpt the'coven ant of the League, of Nations but is' ' determined A to reject it- permanently; v ¿This/. means ^SQ; far as the American . -Union, istconcerned xthe 'det1nite\in-ïJ térmeht; ;óf *the ' league: -andv three fourths of the United : States will re joice^when-the coffin of: the league is nailed down. There,are not 200¡pre- sent senators belonging to the Con- , ¡ gressional Foreign Affairs Commit- ?? j tee who will ratify the Versailles j Treaty even with reservations.
(To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
(To thc Editor.) -ii-As Ui¿ Minister for Home vnd Territories is due to arrive herc iiortly taking notes re matters Ter- ritorial, it is to be hoped he will make a special inquiry into the working of nationalisation of State pubs. Min- ster Poynton need have no scruples ibout an impartial inquiry as thc .cading lights of Unionism in Austra- lia arc beginning to turn nationalisa- tion down with a tliud. It will come is a shock to many ticket-holders no Joubt to know that nationalisation's attempt for a place in the sun has bailed because of no moral support jy the supplicants' of Labor. Some- where about four years ago Mr. Nel- son told ticket holders of that time at Vesteys that he had plenty of jacking, but there was no moral fibre m it, a glaring fact that has proved correct iii regard to the Liquor- traf- ic. Ever since the pubs of Darwin aave been nationalised these aristo- crats of Labor have broken every principle, beat the tin \on Nelson ¿rom first to last, till the làst stat...
THE "DIE-HARDS." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
THE "DIE-HÁRDS." Although reductions in rates c oversea freights will probably be an- nounced soon, the shipping compan- ies are pointing out it is imperative increases should be made in inter- state fares and freights on the ground that the conditions arc entir ^- ely different to oversea trade.
MINISTERIAL TILT AT LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
MINISTERIAL TILT AT LABOR. Replying to a deputation of the' Housewife?' Association, Melbourne, who protested against the subjects of ex-enémy countries arid Asiatics paying avower price for Australian wheat than Australians themselves, . the Victorian Minister for Agricul- ture, predicted in the second half of this year we would witness a sharp decliné in the values. The Govern- ment would haye to be in a position to face it. The wheat board would haye a world-wide competition in: the price of flour whether producers lik- ed it bf ;ùpt.f>- -They were going to see .lower; pricès-; for - commodities.' The fact that:\-tnérë'%àsv^'only:'thrèe-" ^shillings^ worth bf wool in a suit of ' clothes and that the price of a pair of boots was sufficient to purchase three or four hides showed that it j wasn't the producer alone who was responsible for high prices. Thc ! people would have to decide whether wages or the costs of distribution was the main cause. ..
BIG RAID. THE BOSCHE AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 12 April 1921
BIG RAID. THE BOSCHE AT WORK. The Conk police raided the agricul- . Jurai society's grounds and discover- s ed-ten lorry loads of booty includ- r lng a Lewis gun, a motor car, fire-r I arms, swords, uniforms and a hund- . ¡ red cycles. Owing to the activities ^ in Limerick a four o'clock curfew has¿: been imposed. Shops have been. or-/, dcrcd to close at 2 o'clock.
METAL QUATATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
METAL QUATATIONS °The following metal quotations were received by the local Mines Office yesterday, morning i-Copper standard spot, £68j 18s 9d ¡three months, £68 17s 6d ; electroly- tic, £72 10s to £73 10s; lead, spot, - £20 los ; forward * £20 17s 6d ; tin,.. standard spot, £159 12s 6d ; three months, £163 2s 6d ; silver, standard cash, 2s 9féd'per oz.; silver, stand- ard forward 2s 9d per oz. ; silver, . fine,«cash 3s per oz.; Silver, fine/ forward, 2$ n^d1 per oz. ; molybden- ite £215s ;per unit ; wolfram, *I29, 6d per unit ; gold £5 4s lid Per &lt;«.,? ." ' .' '6?
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
In connection with the telegraphed ; news that Mr. Hughes is about : ' to go to the Imperial Conference; .it is announced that he will proceed -via' America, and tliat if possible,, hcwill , leave about April 26. . . . . ' Mr. Skey was the; guest, of Mr. and;, ; Mrs. -Conacher,'and many; other .per- - sonal friends,-on Tuesday nighty the function being a send-off ,tp. that pop- , ular official,, who is leaving for India, ^ by the "Montoro. -, ' > . . The "Standard"' is installing a second engine next week, .. the inore. . efficiently to cope with the growing requirements of the office, and the; ," rapidly-increasing circulation of. the paper. Regularity and reliability will thereby be more fully assured. \ We have now further confirmation , ofi^he ab vance news we gave,,about .Mr. Poynton's* visit overland. He . intends to reach here about the end of June or beginning of July, and - will be accompanied by the Federal >: Works Commission. The Commis- sion is due to arrive at Oo...
Bullseyes [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
Bullseyes (BY MARKSMAN). I The Ministerial jaunts are about to commence. The poo-bah goes west jward oversea, while anotheiS.avata>> comes northwards \ overland, accom panied by a squadron of hangers-on. - V . ' . . If the British unions bow to their bosses on this occasion they will have established a unique record for servility and loud-mouthed noth- ingness. No body of organised wor- kers ever "begged pardon, my mas- ter" so consistently as they have hitherto done. . . . . è . . . It is only fifteen or sixteen years since poor hapless women were fore* cd to take ¡ their stand' amongst the ^men-slaves iii the coal pits, in order, 'that the owners may be able to keep thij (profits ^atL,a«J»aximum^^ . .These "Never, never will bc slaves " .dupes have not got over the influence pf the social screw yet; it is a- slow pro- cess.' \ . . .. _ . . Mrs. Stopford Green and her husband, the well-known % English /historians have done marvellous work for the enlightenment of the masses o...
DARWIN TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
DARWIN TOWN BAND. The Darwin Town Band wish to notify the public* that they will play as follows during the month of Ap- ril : On the 19th at Jolly's Corner the Band will play a varied programme at 8 pim. and at the 2]/2 mile on the 22nd at 8 p.m. They will also play at the unveiling of the monument on thc 24th April and also for Anzac Sports on the 25th April We have à few instruments in the band which are not in use and any person wish- ing to join thc band may apply tb thc secreatry for any information.-H. WIDDUP, Hon. Secretary.
Round the Back Way. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
Rowiä the Back Way. Democrats generally appear to be unable to do much else than . talk, while the very things they incessant- ly denounce are being done before their eyes. Nothing but an absol- ute lack of sincerity could make such men so professedly uncompromising and so absolutely craven in the mat- ter of action. Were it some other sec- tions of the community, who had not studied social questions we would not bé surprised, ^but in the case of or- ganised and enlightened democrats there is no.such excusa Recently thc
Barefaced and Brazen. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
Barefaced and Brazen. ^Mr. Hughes not only proposes _.to himself that he himself shall go to London once more, to fix up things Australian to suit the Imperial ex- ploiter, but in addition that his_Gov> ernment should be granted immunity from attack by the Opposition. To strengthen the position of the Minis- try he proposes to appoint an addit- ional Minister, or honorary Minister, to be attached to the Treasury, and Joe Cook is to lead the House in his absence. It is difficult to under- stand the apparent composure of the Australian taxpayer, in view of the utter callousness of politicians'gener- ally and of Hughes and his gang in particular. The people would be far better off without a Government ; they would not have the ever-growing Governmental expenses, and joy trips to pay for, while they could not receive less consideration from a cabal of Autocrats. We have had : so much experience with this playing with politics in Australia that it seems a puzzle why it is not denoun- ...