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BAREFACED DEFIANCE THE "SAFETY OF DEMOCRACY." [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

BAREFACED DEFIANCE THE " SAFETY OF DEMOC- 3 > . RACY." [ . Hamer Greenwood has expressed the hope that the Colonial Kremier» ! would .attend the opening ¡of the "Ulster Parliament" in June, I Lord Roberts Cecil in the Com- mons described the ; Government's i [-policy regarding Ireland as a com- plete failure* He advised -the -Cov \ ernmcnt to throw aside all. conceals ments and appoint a Commission to make searching enquiries. ( ' - Devlin suggested: that ..the; Gov ernmcn| immcdiatly invite Sinn Ferners- to conference whhout resets ;ï/;-^qûithtapP jquijrï^^ ^;.1¿|*h;

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRESS COMMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

PRESS COMMENT. i London newspapers referring j. to the fourth test match features Mail * |Çy's ' wonderful bowling.<" Once again i has thc English eleven proved in- capable . of sustained effort,"1 says thc " Daily Mail. " It has shown aa ab-, sencc of consistency j- and collective success.. Mailey has always been ar: unsettling influence though he found his length . in this test Thc fecbk display of England's tail helped great- ly to glorify his; analysis." ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Pellew will be unable to play m ' the Fifth Test Match on Friday. HacCartney will probably, be in cloded, ¿mt ± ^mjïtàÈÈÊm. ? i ^ i^KcwJ South'^Wales Jiff. ^áyí6H:iWf'% not out ; l'unch 59, Folkard 8,- li eu«^ï|| dry 5, Oldfield nil, Mailey nit,. S im££$ dries .25.'- Douglas vfo^^:,.'-. £ng-;,'-;^ feud, second ium^gft^f^à^ ey;:;noVout^i30Í^ peace . nil, Hendren $6,]' Öt>nglas, uot/í ;>i .out' 4^.iundr^ 34-- m i Ett^Ud/sM^d ioirigs, Rbotlcs, c:v.S I Mailey, bV! HcudryV 17.[ ^ojpky, bpi 'Hendry,...

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Spice of Sport. CRICKET. (By Wire from our own Correspondent). ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

(By Wire from oar'own f ,.; ADELAIDE, The match between Eughnd ' and New Sooth \Wales starte* ot Frifflay and resulted', Jo England compiling 402 runs for six wichet«. r Details-?' Hobbs, cit'ght CcUius, bowled kail- ey, 41 ; Rhodça, caught Oldfield,, h, Malley 50; Makepeace, caught Old- field, bowled Mailey, 7j ; Hecdrey, b Maicyn, toa, ; Woolley,.' caught* Greg- ory, bowled: Punchy 20 ; ; Fender, not cut 58 ; Douglas caught Folkaro, b Andrews 46 ; Wilson, not ont 4 ; sun- dries & Bowling : Mailpy,^4 forr 156; punch, i for Andrews If for 50. . The attendance at : Saturday's cnc-f ket match between England and New * -nth.'Wales is officially estimated at eighteen thousand and the takings at 1230. England only added; 2$ runs' for thc remaining four, wickets, thut relier emphasing -the weakness ot their tail. Thc innings closed for ?.: :7 runs, Fender, Lb.w., bowled Mall- ey, 60 ; Wilson, b Hendry, 8 ; Strud wick, caught Gregorys b . Malley, ? 4 > Waddington, not out, 12 ; ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc I; The "Northern Standard" aims at >i>; uúg thoroughly representative ot ? the; Northern Territory and with: this end in view welcomes correspon- dence fruin, all outlying centres. ) MO matter how Opposed to our !-.?;»? (eus free discussion is permitted in our columns, so long as it is not ab and refers to matters ot goner*! interest. . j v :liiy cuuiplwiuts in regard to non« », .ipt of paper, should bc reported to ; us; at once. We. will do, our best to ? icmedy them. Wc would bc grateful to our frieuds 'V for their good offices with neigh- bours, in obtaining fresh subscribers, etc., and in helping to add to the . power for, good ot the people's own »payer. .' i. .cretaries of the various Clubs j íusututious are invited < to f e r . r^rd condensed reports of proceed ; ingsát meetings, etc and we will bi -'pleased to send a representative t« t > itiportant function when dui: .;. notified ip Jur, telephone number is I lo, fat . .rinfî up.wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

Don't Forget to Drop into Alipio's galoon vhtu pon, v»nt * Hair Cut or ; Cari* .j|¡ Specialty Shclts Cleated and> Polished THE DON P CrUBÖ " Ij&mn's Only Amusement / At the Stadium 'every SATURDAY NIQHT j Box Plan gt Adams & Foster's The, Best and Latest Films Received Regularly After the Picture?, or Before s have a Cooler át VICTOR'5 Most Popular Drinksin Towi ail off tHe Ice. I CöDfertifrtwry, Tobacco *od , Cigtiet cs. Come along-a Trial Solicite Try my Lemon and Orang i \ Squash x VICTOR'S, Tbs NttW H«aw Cavenagh Street, Darwl First Ous Biestd, ßunsj et

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THE NORTHERN STANDARD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1921 [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

THE NOltHEÄN STAMOU), THURSDAY, FEBRUARY *, 1021 ,¡< - - - .?'?"?, , . ? .''-{? . : Stand by the Right, condenan the Wrong; not $n a spirit «í h^tiÜty #út <;tfpt thc ¿vii may be changed in

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Cable and Telegraph News. Wire from our own Correspondent). ADELAIDE, This Day. GERMAN ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

\ ^DELAIDE.,Thi¿ Dáy.K * GERMAN ELECTIONS /Tue Socialists lost heavily W thc German elections. "

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

NOtftS AND NEWS. Many flattering mcs$ages: on the -irst number of thc " Standard " Have been received ; and better still, num- erous; cheques, i } ' / < The Supreme Court sittings com- menced .on Tuesday,; before ïhs Honor Acting Judge Kogan. There . a big criminal list London papers are discussing thé ite Australia question, and give .* warning that w The difficulties of .he immediate future arc frequent^' , A writer of .,. o years' experience m îpan says in the "Times* that "If ; he Powers continue to pen an overt /helming population in *m#l islands^ 'iey will inevitably prj9s3uc| ^another Germany. ! .v) 1 A '' Cl. : . \A';<C)l^^&x A' serious inserrection is afoot lr;iu I .India. There appears to be wholesale | i slaughter of ( the populace,, ofl I dal censorship shutting Ouf the full, acts. The Viceroy was held up at >)lahabad on his way to Calatta.) | Attention, is directed to, thc' notice , of fhe monthly general meeting of the Clerical Section ...

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ITALIAN [?] [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

ITALIAN TENOR ILL English cables announce that Signor Envico, the famous Italian tenor, became seriously ill on Wednesday night, but a later report issued stat- es that he ahs rallied. At times dur- ing his serious relapse death appear- ed imminent and the sacrament was administered.

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WAR PREDICTED [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

WAR PREDICTED A Washington report says Mr. Mailer, representative in Congress of the State of Washington, is urging an increase of fortifications on the Paci-   fic Coast. He declares that ultimat-   ely there will be war with Japan un-   less cool heads instead of demagog-   ues and junkers get control there.  

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Cable and Telegraph News. DURING DOWN. THEN TAXING OUT. DEMOCRACY SAFE"—IN CORK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

THEN TAXING OUT. DEMOCRACY SAFfe^lN? CORK. In the Hopse of Commons bir ! Hamer Greenwood said 96 ¡members ' of the Crown, forces in Ireland had been killed since- December 22. Dur-> ing December and1 January" 40 mem- bers of the i< Crown forces ¿had hqten killed and 120 others had been woun- ded The nearing had begun of the hearing of 602 claims from compon-, sation arising / from tk«, burning Of : patts of Cork on December u. Thc owners pf Munster Arcade arc claiming £405^00 and are cailifg .softnesses to shpw that the Crown forces were responsible. Cables announce that the Recorder * Cork baa- awarded-the proprietors * the Munster Arcade £21^000 çom ^'nsatJoa far their pprcmises which 'iejer*. hprned in December by the mf> r v^y. The amount is io/oe levied mt 0 " - f. ^^.^jOejmanent way into a ike Timely discovery resulted in ito mishap. < t 1 1 '

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BELATED THREAT. (By Wire from our own Correspondent). ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

(By Wire trom c«r,owtt^Çorrespoii :'\ \ /Zedent)/, 1 ADELAIDE, Monday. A telegram from Melbourne states it was lately reported that the. Äa^pr j ofTterwin was not* lo be permitted to leparé the Territory untts* h>s Income faxes were paid. One of the duet grievances of thit inhabitant* of thé/ Territory has been thatviííey are corar petted lo pay Federal \ta»es Í without being granted represetfution in ! parliäment. While the matter was in J do^bt last year the compulsory-pro- visions of th« law were not; enforced , but' the Minister"!*or Home and Ter- J ritorlcs now takes the view that the Federal Parliament having by the action .bf the Senate refused to grant the desired r -t resentatioñ the matVst is closed fpr the present at any. rate. As -the*law; repuires these taxes to be paid all peccessary steps will, be- taken to that end. ' /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

FOOTBALL. , W^ARATAHS v. VESTEYS. Football enthusiasms are reminded that Ike ftrat. snatch, of the Finals eafl. be played on SATURDAY, FE&UÁRY 36th. > ' - J. W. M. PHILLIPS» ? Sec N.T. Football League. AUCTION ; SATURDAY, MARCH $TH,'' ¡E. V. V. BROWN will sell *y Adc* í ' tion at Brown's Mart a conglomér at ation oí i all ^hat is useful, eonstst ( ing of-Glass Show. Cases,, Cane ( Ciiairs, Bentwood Chairs» Tables; s Lamps, Toilet Tables, Small Tab- les, Meat Safe, Chest Drawers» Kapok Mattrass, Toilet Set, Clocks j Cabinet ware, Cupboards, Mirrored / Music .Cupboard, Ironware, Crock- ery, Primus Stoves, Matting, Books -: and Sundries, etc., Etc The More yon Speculate the More ,,h . Yon win Accumulate. NO RESERVE E. V. V. BROWN, . s. , ^ j . { Auctioneer. , NOTICE OP MEETING. Tr/rf GENERAL MONTHLY MEETING of, the CLERICAL SECTION A.W.U., will be held, n the À.W.U. Hall on THURSDAY, ¡ February, 24th, at 8 p.m. . Members are requested to attend: lù .siness General. 1 ¡' ; ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

ÍMéral, Cub StonketBir. -:|v IMPORTERS & GÉNÉRAL STOREKEEPERS. Ï&T ft?Bl 8h,Pmo,|t8 o' 6weMi»A ProTiBioûs Every Boat -*^V &Ur£ assortment of Drapery, Footwear, Tobaccos, SSlâ^a^ and Cigarettes always on Hand, Fancy ^^^M^kiß^'^m^. Silver, Ivory and Pearlshell P^Mfe^í^ Novelties m variety . : ^ 7-^ {¡¡^ Broome, W.A., Sydney, N.S.W. . . V ;TJfè:V 6EBEBAL STOREKEEPER, .'','< 1 «««PU* »HM». Butt . t. '. S^Js&W BÓDSE. , fofo-.. x ^^iBIner, Dressmaker, etc. J ;> SmithTStr^Bärwin; .^#|Íl^tót;^e: aM:'6cst;: Work lilt* j Billlinfi! Step in any time and enjoy a game of Billiards on a FIRST-CLASS TABLE Competent and Attentive: Marker / TWO TABLES v Terminus Hotel Rooma I : B,LBB,Pron^etor ^ "+?"' " ~"r* *' - J M:v& D. McMillan; Garage on Call. phone 30 ¿ÁRS DAY OR NIGHTv "Competent Drivers. , ¿ -(1 . .tJp-tó-DateCais . -' ff-SSS1 .jf*\ BILLIARDS .Two, FirstCláís "Tables ^ < , ': -* Same address Cavenagh Street^ Darwin : :{\&am...

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MORE ABOUT THE REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 24 February 1921

] tn lait issue we summarised toe principal drawbacks under which the Northern1 .Territory ts forced io re- main stagnant, and briefly ur* ed up- on i&e Government toe desirableness, or conceding a ptomjít and generous settlement of thc chief claims advanc- ed by the residents. The most un portahtfof aJU, is, of course, the- en UancaiMUMftt of' the presumed butl1 cheated dtueaj by giving them prop-f er repèisentatio»»and the opportumt> : exercise, their rights- as cititens ou their own behalf. We have bearii much of thc sacrifices made on tor mgn fields for the establishment, oí '-csUblishment, of citizenship' rights í;jbr those who arc not our kin, and yet/their own fellow Australians ar«, cdronically penalised by an Austra- lian Government in the Northen. Territory Taking into consideration. ? that' Tasmania and Western Australi; were allowed Senatorial Representa- ron much in excess of their constitu- tional right, at the time of the adop ion of the Federal Constitutio...

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ACCEPTANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921

ACCEPTANCE:; .: \ \ . The Waterside Workers hereby ac- cept the, above challenge on the terrys named, v , ' ii >': -IV'- ' ^.'::-':'!'. :-' , ":v;. , i '. . .

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921

. Thé Council has decided to' obtain estimates for the putting of the Ten- nis Court on the Oval in order. : IV will be available for all clubs. We understand that a . welcôiné j was tandered the new Administrator-1 in the Town Hall on. Friday .fógh't/' by the Victoria League. The " StairoV jj ard " had no notification of the lune-::

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FRIENDLY CHALLENGE [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921

FRIENDLY CHALLENGE Thc Employees }tíf Vestey Bro?., on lie páy list hereby1 challenge the? Waterside Workers ) to a friendly, çame of Football, on the first con- venient' Saturday Rafter conclusion, bf Competition Games. Proceeds In aid }f the Darwin Town Band.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921

¿ST: PATRICK'S DAY, toar CÉIIE BATIONS, I pÄRjvVIN. Concert T^>wn Hallj >Thursday,: March 17th. Sports, Saturday, March, 19th; Dar- win Oval: Maiden Hdcp, 75 yards; £2, £1. Si Patrick's Day Hdcp, 120 y ards, £ io, £3. 440 Yards Hdcp, £5,. £2.. Footballers Relay Race, etc.,' etc. Nominations close Tues- day, March ist for St. Patrick's Day arid 440 Yards Hdcp. Handicaps de- clared March 5th.; ? Acceptances due lath., Ml G. Henderson, W. P. Deg* man,' Joint Secs, j ' ' ? :r-y?? JTf:f.'^ RETURNED S AUTORS AND SOL- DIERS IMPERIAL LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA.'! " GENERAL'. MEETING / of thi Darwin/ Branch pf thev aboyé: League: will be hejld' in the Piaíracrston;.Iristi-í tute on, !? HURSDAY,- 3rd/MA£CH, .. Membersc and i intending*!;Members/r ;pleaW:;tin^'-^ > ! \ '' " S/; E. COHEN, ^^^^i^\v&^^^¡ Secretary.^ s ^\4^n '? * ^ ? i ^' ÍÍ APUP^O^ATE^ '. Mil .Address::. Corner' PEEL . and K1/' ^MITCHELL STREETSr-^p: |^;<Jo^;^eKl^(^.0(h Beds:-Good ,;j v 1 Attention-Moderate C...

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BOMBAY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 26 February 1921

BOMBAY Í COUNCIL ' The Dake; of | Connaught officially opened ; tne ' '; ? Bombay Legislative Council v 1

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