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TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. The " Northern Standard " aims at being thoroughly representative of the Northern Territory and with this end * in view welcomes correspon- dence ironi all outlying centres. No matter how opposed to our views free discussion is permitted in our columns, so long as it is not ab- usive and refers to matters of general interest. Any complaints in regard to non receipt of paper should be reported to ttl at once. We will do our best to remedy them. We would be grateful to our friends for -their good offices with neigh- bours, in obtaining fresh ^subscribers, etc., and in helping to add to the power for good of the people's own newspaper. . Secretaries of thc various Clubs and institutions are invited to for ird condensed reports of proceed- ings at meetings, cte and we will.be pleased to send a representative to any important function when duly notified. Our telephone number is 119, znñ a ring up will secure any desired in- formation as to charges for printing, "'...
BAND PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
BAND PROGRAMME. The Darwin Town Band will play the following programmes on the 19th and 22nd of April respectively : At Jolly's Corner, on the 19th at 8 p.m.-March, Sierra Leone " ; march, " Light Artillery " ; waltz"In spiration " ; march, "Australia wil* be There" ; selection, "Sydney by Night" ; march, "Craigielee " ; waltz, "Darling"; march, "New Colon- ial"; march, "Off We Go"; God Save the King. 2Y2 Mile, Friday 22nd April, 8 p.m. March, "Little Maggie May"; march, " Loyal Volunteer " ; waltz; "Fairest pf the Jair " ; march, "Bella Vista"; selection, "Sydney by Night " ; march, "The "Territorials" ; waltz, "Fairy Dream" ; march, "New Colonial " ; march, "Australia will be There " ; " Advance Australia Fair." H. ^VIDDUP, Hon. Sec
BIG DAMAGES CLAIMED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
BIG DAMAGES CLAIMED. Thc Associated Press of Australia , j" Proprietary, whose head office is kin: Melbourne, has, through its solicit- ors, Messrs. Stuart, Thom & Co., ^ Sydney, issued a writ againsjt^_ ^ Smith's Weekly Publishing Company claiming £15,000 damages in respect ; to an article under the heading "As- sociated Press." J. R. Brennan, Gen I eral Manager of the Associated Press has through the same;solicitors, also' > issued a writ claiming £7,500 dama- ges regarding the article.
WANTON WASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
WANTON WASTE. The interstate commission which was created some years ago as a branch of Commonwealth activities has now ceased to exist. It is not in- tended by the Government to make any further use of its services. Two remaining members of the commis-' sion, Messrs. Piddington .and Mills, have for some years been employed in other duties but the staff and offi- ces have been kept-going. . >n >
MORE RIGGING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
MORE RIGGING. A meeting of the Nationalist Party in Melbourne to-day will probably be - the last time the Prime Minister will meet his supporters in caucus before he leaves for England. It is antici- pated reference will be made at the meeting to the proposal to strengthen . , the ministry during Hughies' absence , by the appointment of a new assist- " ant- minister, who will bc attached^ to the Treasury. Sir Joseph Cooky, i^^/ Treasurer, to act as Prime Minister : ^/ while Mr. Hughes is absent from Australia.
DARWIN TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
DARWIN TOWN BAND. - Subscriptions/ per Mrs. Nuttall, March 4921 :-Donation, H. Robin- son 20s. ; P. Johnson 23s. ; J. O'Con- nor'5s, C. Berge 2s, Mrs. Barnett 5s. Quarterly Subscriptions :-V. C. M. Presley. Monthly subscriptions : Mrs. Jim. Bell ios, F. Morris 6s, E. Pugh 6s, J. "Markey Ss 6d, H. A. Wyatt 5s, W. Lawrence 5s, Mrs. Hickey 5s, E. Lee 5s, A. B. Crampton 3s, F. Deville 3s, E. Davis 2s 6d, W. Iliffe 2s, S. Little 2s, E. Gough 2s, A. Cheyne 2, Mrs.' Presley 2s, V. Kanfogianus 2s, G. Shields is, N. M'Ewan is, Mrs. Ross is, Man Fong Lau is, Fang Chong Loong is, Wing Cheong Sing is, Ah Sing 6d. Total, £6 9s 6d. H. WIDDUP, Hon. Sec. Darwin Town Band.
DEATH SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
DEATH SENTENCE. The trial of Charles Wynn Speech- ley, for murdering Constable Wolgast tn Centennial Park on January ioth, was concluded yesterday. The facts were that/ Speechley snatched a bag from a lady in the park and when chased by Wolgast he turned and shot the constable, who died. He was sentenced to death.
LORD MAYOR'S POSITION. IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
li LORD MAYOR'S'POSITION.' ??? IN AMERICA. The Department of Labor at Was- hington has announced that the Lord Mayor of Cork, Mr. O'callaghans must leave the. country. . President Harding said the department denies thc plea for a political asylum and de- scribes' Mr. O'Callaghan's status ">s> that of an alien seamail. The law does not prescribe a time for re- shipment but practice allows 60 days from-the date of the ruling of the department to the date of having shipped as a seaman.
FAREWELL TO MR. SKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
FAREWELL TO MR. SKEY. There was a good roll up * of foot- ballers at the Victoria Hotel last night to bid farewell to Mr. W. N. Skey, President of the N.T. Football League, who'is leaving Darwin by thc 'Montoro for India. The fare- well was in the form of a smoke social. Mr. J. Quiglcy occupied thc chair. Eulogistic speeches were made by Messrs Partridge (VVara tahs), Ä. Conlin (Wanderers),and * V" Blythe (Vesteys). Speeches were also made by the Rev. Father McCar- thy, Mr. Godfrey and Mr. D. Bren- nan, emphasing the sterling qualities of the departing guest. Mr. Skcy, in responding, stated that during his stay in Darwin he had made many friends and exceedingly regretted his departure. He wished the Football League all succss in the future. Songs were rendered by thc following : - Messrs. J. McDonald, A. Conlin, A. Mettam, C. Arnold, CulV Cummings, F. Vaughan, Rev. Father McCarthy, ! W. N. Skey and VV. Murray ; Mr. Conigravc, recitation and Mr. Faulk j ncr, novelty turn. Mr. A. Walk...
THE MOUND ON THE BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
THE MOUND ON THE BEACH. I saw two guileless children play \ On Coogee's drifting sands, A mother smiled with love and pride And clasped their yielding hands. I saw them sit upon the beach And heard their chatter free, I saw them build a stately mound Beside the swelling sea. It looked in miniature a grave I saw a woman's tears ; I overheard a . long-drawn sigh And read the^tále of years. I saw an anguished mother press Her fond* ones to her breast, 'I heard her hush their noisy glee, In broken words expressed. I saw her lead them from the spot, j I saw her gaze, on high ; j I heard the dirge of rushing waves, I heard the sea-birds cry. -M. C. O'H.
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE GREAT STRIKE. CONFERENCE ABORTIVE. GOVERNMENT'S SCHEME REJECTED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph latest Cables THE GREAT STRIKE. CONFERENCE ABORTIVE. GOVERNMENT'S SCHEMJE RE- JECTED : > STRAIGHT TALK. . Thc conference arranged by, 1 ; British Government between the m ers and. the owners has proved abo »ve. The miners' delegates refus to accept the terms submitted the Government. tThe railwaym and>transport work'ers have been &lt; .dcred to ceâse work on Friday nig The Government informed the ct fcrence that it considered the poi ing arrangement impracticable \ a f&lt; not feasible without resumption permanent control of the mines i . the State. The voluntary scher would inevitably break down. K garding-the . national settlement wages,, which might be practical the Government suggested thc should be inpeach district a standai of wage which should be the fir charge ,on the . proceeds of industr and no profits to be availáble uni ; the standard, wage was paid. 'A sati factory principle on which the sta: ^dard would be fixed ...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
her side. of. the "Duck pond." Be that as it may, the people have evidently fallen into " a thoroughly comatose I state for they remain just as passive ; while the Hughes gang are barter- ing -Australian rights as if it were only the matter of a few shillings put on pak-a-pu. When they wake up completely they will be ^wondering -Rip Van Winkle-like-how their world had changed so much since thc days of vigorous and sincere Austral- ian democracy. " !
As You Meet It. CHARACTER SKETCH, BY "TIM TOUCHUP." THE QUACK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
CHARACTER SKETCH, B$ "TIM TOUCHUP." '/'-if THE QUACK. . _ .4 I By a strange and unaccountabh tension or subversion of the laws p common decency and ordinary ciyi life, the quack has become-if not « j menace to the "life, liberty and pur suit ot happiness" bf others-at leasï an intruder in the social tlomafn wh&lt; should be promptly and summarily ejected. His tentacles have ramified into almost every class bf society until he has achieved that notoriety which distinguishes the vampire ir the inferior world, sucking as he does the very life blood of his fellows by the aid of a series of most dastard- ly and deceptive blandishments which the most consummate fiend could not be suspected of surpassing. Com- mencing as- he invariably does, low down in the social gutter- as far as professional knowledge is concerned -he practices the most glaring frauds, with thc most "daring effront- ery and: the toplest aplomb, the meás Kre^.pf-.^ being Iii the ""ratio of his brazen presumption....
A MONSTROUS HOLD-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
A MONSTROUS HOLD-UP. -- ? One of the crying grievances ofV householders of Darwin is the high cost of necessaries. When, there- fore, any movement which aims at, and would have the effect of, reduc- ing this cost, particularly in connec- tion with an item the supply of which is at present a pernicious mon- opoly, is frustrated^ either by official red-tape or engineered self-interest, a heinous crime is committed against the public. Householders in Darwin have a vivid appreciation of the fact that though the Northern Territory is the home of beeí, so to speak, the retail price thereof in Darwin is ex- orbitantly high-in most cases, pro- hibitive. The Price Fixing Board arc no doubt above' suspicion, but in al- lowing od per lb. for beef it displayed a complete lack of acumen and an evident failure to make full investiga- tion. There is, or rather was, just a possibility of some relief coming to thc unfortunate consumers of Dai win in the shape of cheaper beef, but thanks to the ^cuss...
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE GREAT STRIKE. LLOYD GEORGE ADDRESSES CONFERENCE. SCOTTISH MINERS' [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921
Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Littst Ciblât THE GREAT STRIKE. LLOYD GEORGE ADDRESSES CONFERENCE. SCOTTISH MINERS' DETER-v MINATION. The conference between the min- ers-and owners with Government re- presentatives present as intermediar- ies has begun. The Prime Minister, opening thc proceedings, said the object was td safeguard the interests of the community by securingjndus ti-ial peace. If there were only the same eagerness to share losses as profits'they would certainly reach an early and, satisfactory conclusion. The profits were, practically made out of export trade from which the Govern-., ment guaranteed profits to owners and wages to the miners. As a result of the. slump coal dropped from 79s 8d Jo 36s 6d at the pit head. The mark- ets pf. Europé and South America, -w^tei^ The Government definitely v decided not f td continue to subsidise. owners or abrogate the decontrol order ; within those limits the Government was prepared to listen to any scheme submitted for adjus...