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THE LABOR CAUSE, AND ITS NECESSITY. No. V. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921

THE LABOR CAUSE, AND ITS NECESSITY. No. V. Wc confess we are bewildered as to how and why there are so many citizens of Australia, including re- turned soldiers, who appear displeas- ed when any of the truths underly- ing the impositions of Imperialism are exposed ; and this too in thc light of the certain experience the latter themselves have had during and since the war. Of course if it is that they will not admit the truth, and are de- termined to uphold fraud and sham, we cannot help it, and do not ad- dress our arguments to these. There are others happily, who are glad to be enlightened, and who do not shrink from unlearning false teach- ings or from suffering the shock which the revelations of truth bring to them betimes. We give the names in this article of leading Church dig nitorics and. newspaper proprietors who were^directly and deeply interes- ted in the production and sale of ar- maments, and who must have exert- ed a great influence in fomenting the war. v Though no le...

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CANDID CRITICISMS. The Coal Crisis. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921

CANDID CRITICISMS. . The Coal Crisis. Though there is hope still that mining crisis |n Britain will . down and be eventually patched he would be a reckless person i vrould look forward to permai satisfaction on the "patch-up" p ciple. The miners, through their sponsible leaders say thc paym they, receive for their arduous risky work is insufficient to maim them and their families in reason; comfort. They, show that thc pi of necessities has risen by 141 cent, and that thc wages they ceive is, therefore, not only Jnsv cient to maintain them, but lea them in a worse position in this gard than they, were in pre-war tim If these statements are true - a they are not controverted-no a . ount of patching can secure perm; ent industrial peace. The., ch claims the miners make are, .that t mines be, nationalised in order tl the owner' profits may be saved, a - the wages'1 accordingly increas< TIïë>~ deny/thaï^ the November stri lost England any côaU%ade,, J)ùt> ti hèrLïhëlgre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921

E V.V. BROWN, AGENT E. & A. S.S. Co. Ltd. and British In- dia S.N. Co., Ltd. SHIPPING, MINING AND GEN- ERAL COMMISSION AGENT , AUCTIONEER, ftc. PORT DARWIN. E. V. V. Brown is prepared to un- dertake Stock and Station business, Agency in all dranches, Report on Mines. Indent and Forwarding executed.. Rents collected prompt- ly- ^ ^ Commodious Auction ,and Store '?' Rooms x Opposite Town HaD, Darwin CODES Bedford McNeill Moreing and Neal Bentleys A.B.C., ist and 5th Editions. Cable Addresg : Youles. Toey Sing Loong & Co.. (Opposite Terminus Hotel) TAILORS DRAPERS AND MERCERS , Caytnagh Street, Darwin. Large Stocks of Suitings ^Shirtings a Specialty Men's Hats, Boots, Shirts and Socks. Ladies' Shoes and Kimonas, Gents' -Silk Shirts and Kimonas, Dungarees Cheese. Cloth Netting. ,:x. .. . ,'. Dress adapted for use of natives. A.W.U. Boarding House UP-TO-DATE BOARDING HOUSE. .Id Address : Corner PEEL «nd MITCHELL STREETS Good Me:-.Is-Good Beds-Good Attention-Moderate Charg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921

UP-1C-DATE GARAGE CAVENAGH STEERT,! DARWIN. (Toupein'i Corner). R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. Ring Telephone 61 and you can pound "on Prompt and Reliable Ser tice. . This is not Brag-it is say Y ingjust what a man. knows ; and your way to piove it is / A TRIAL. 1 At your Service Day or night V CAR 57. -And you^can enjoy a leisure hour - in our -- . BILLIARD ROOM Keeping yourself at the sanie time » well Refreshed by our COOL DRINKS R. R. BUDGEN, Proprietor. v ROBERT FARRAR & SONS. Smith Street, Darwin GENERAL COMMERCIAL -, ; AGENTS AND CARRIERS. 1 ? ... . / ... . ? MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIGHT. THREE CARS. ^ Competent and Careful Drivers. Two Lorries and Piano Cart GOODS DELIVERED ANYWHERE Telephone 59. . S. Drysdale, ' r_'- GEN^A^^ÇAIIRIÂ^^^ tyi MILE. - TELEPHONER 106. Orders Promptly/Attended To. Dr. C. HILL DENTAL SURGEON Specialist in Crown and Bridge work. May be consulted at H* rooms at the cottage Between Commercial Bank and Victoria Hotel Charges Moderate, HOURS-Dai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 14 April 1921

AUCTION SATURDAY, APRIL 16, , at 2.30 p.m. " K. F. V. V. BROWN will Auction a Mixed lot of Tools, Bolts, Nails, Roofing Screws, Locks, Tower Bolts, Brass Taps, Stocks and Dies, Wood and Iron Pulley Blocks, ,Steel Wire Rope, Chain, Wire Rope SHngs, also Ironmongerry, Etc., Etc., too num- erous to mention. Now is the Chance for Builders and Tradesmen-=all without Reserve E. V. V. BROWN, Auctioneer. Australian Cafe Chin Kit and Co., Proprietors. Cavenagh Street, Darwin. MEALS AT ALL'HOURS. Customers and Patrons are Assured of Civility and Clean Service. - Dinners and Sappers Provided. - Soft Drinks,Always on the Ice. For Late Suppers Ring up Phone 62. YEAN TING Baker, Cavenagh Street, Darwin First-Class Bi ead, Buns, etc. Give us a Trial Barlows Boarding Boise Cavenagh Street, Darwin TERMS MODERATE Good Board and Lodging THE DON PICTURES Darwin's Only Amusement At the Stadium every SATURDAY NldliT Box Plan at ndams & Fostei's The Best and Latest Films I Received Regularly I £25...

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FAMOUS CAPTAIN SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

FAMOUS CAPTAIN SHOT. I Berlin reports that Captain von Mueller, the famous Commander of the German cruiser Emden, which ¿vas sunk by the Sydney at Cocos Is- land, was shot in Upper Silesia after laving fired at and wounded three plebiscite policeman. He had been :oncerncd in the formation of a sec .ct armed force which was being raised ¿or the purpose of securing Germany's retention of Upper Silesia

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THE FINAL KICK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

THE FINAL KICK. President Harding announced to Congress that America definitely re« pudiated the League of Nations. A separate peace with Germany was to be, sought. Such action in no sense to be construed to mean American Jesertion of the Allies..

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GERMANS DUMPING. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

GERMANS DUMPING. Folkestone is congested with thou- sands of bales of German baskets, leather, fancy goods, toys, _ crocker}«, and goods hurriedly shipped to es- | cape the indemnity import which is applicable to everything landed after April-15th. A special boat service to Flushing needed to cope with the traffic.

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LABOR PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

LABOR PROPOSALS. The British Labor party's bill to "nationalise the railways provides for , vesting all the railways in the Min i istry for Transport within 6 months \ of the passage of the measure the "purchase to be met by the issue of "speciaPrailway stock to shareholders on the pre-war price, subject to re- duction equivalent to depreciation during the war period which is esti- mated at 30 per cejit. The general direction of the railways is proposed to devolve upon 7 commissioners, 3 by the Government, 3 by the Rail- way unions and 1 by the Treasury.

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LORD MAYOR OF CORK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

LORD,MAYOR OF CORK. A message from Chicago states ^-that the Lord Mayor of Cork, Mr O'Callaghan, declares he will not leave the United States in compliance with the Government's ruling.

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Amongst the Ladies. (By "Little Polly.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

Amongst the Ladies. _m._ -" (By "Little Polly.") Speaking to a lady friend the other da>, who had managed to secure three husbands in her time, I was, set athinking, when she naively re- marked that a girl cannot afford to lose many offers of marriages nowa- days, there are so few bachelors mat- rimonially inclined, or able-as she put it-to keep themselves. The first direction in which* my thoughts strayed^ was towards the class of which she was by no mean» a rare example, namely those femal- es who can manage to secure just as many husbands as they desire to have and which human and divine laws permit. I needly hardly say that after due consideration I summed up the disadvantages of matrimony-and in favor of bargains-which second' and succeeding marriages almost in- variably are. . It is quite .evident that when a .young-or old-widow, for age is not _so much, a mat^er^of consequence* in "such cases-secures a fresh hus- band, she does so through being possessed of some of the mat...

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ATTACK IN CORK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

ATTACK IN CORK. Two bombs were hurled from a house in Washington St., Cork, at a police lorry. The police opened fire and'seven civilians were wounded The bombs missed the lorry but wrecked a fruit store. There were no casualties sustained by the police.

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Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE GREAT STRIKE. FIXED BAYONETS, RIFLES AND LEWIS GUNS. SCOTCH MINERS STOLID. DUTCH SUPPORT. FIGHTING MANIFESTO. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

Latest News by Cable and Telegraph tätest Gables THE GREAT STRIKE. FIXED BAYONETS, RIFLES AND LEWIS GUNS. SCOTCH MINERS STOLID. DUTCH SUPPORT. FIGHTING MANIFESTO. 'The seamen and firemen's ballot is so far against the strike. The min- ers' leaders make no secret of the fact that the railway men and trans port workers have shown no eager- ness to strike. The electrical trades union is ready to join the strike ii the triple alliance decides its support is desirable. A conference of unions affiliated in the federation of general workers ,with a membership of one and a half millions was summoned on Thursday to decide whether the> , should join the strike. Labor lead ers including Messrs "Clynes and Hen derson are making efforts to bring the1 coal miners together again. The loco engineers and firemen decided to strike on Friday. Rioting contin- ues in a few mining districts, espec ially in East Fife where marines and soldiers have arrived and are protect ing the-volunteers who are fir...

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MINISTERIAL PARTY TOUR. MORE DEFINITE PARTICULARS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

MINISTERIAL PARTY TOUR. MORE DEFINITE PARTIC- ULARS. The Federal Public Works Com- mittee have preliminary arrange- ments made for an overland motor and camel tour which is proposed for the purpose of making recom- mendations to the Government re- garding the route of the north south railway. A further meeting will be held in a few days to draw up the programme and make pre- parations for the departure next month. Three mebcrs of the Com- mittee will make the excursion. The Federal Labor Party agreed to grant Mr. Poynton, Minister for Home and Territories, a pair during his absence of two months. Ar- rangements ' are being made to pro- ceed with the Ministerial visit to the Northern Territory and Mr. Poynton will probably leave Sydney for Dar- win on May I, taking his private sec- retary and two officers of the De- partment to investigate several ques- tions concerning the administration ( of the Territory.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

A meeting of the Returned Soldiers League is called for the 19th inst. AU members and intending members are requested to attend as f nal ar- rangements for the sports have to be made. , Mr. Skey, who, with his family, leaves by the Montoro for Madras, will be stationed on relieving duty at Penang for some six weeks before going on to India. Meantime Mrs. Skey and family will stay with friends at Signapore. ^ Mr. Dempsey, officer in charge of Fanny Bay Gaol returned by the Montoro, after spending a holiday in the southern State».

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

The Darwin Tcnn:s Association is already mov'ng and we understand, the first of the inter-club matches will be played on Saturday, 23rd instant, when the following teams will meet :-Church v. Town No. 2 team.on the Church court ; B.A.T. No. 2 team v. Parap, on the B.A.T. court and Town No. 1 Team v. B.A.T. No. Ni Team on the Town * " court. ^ ,

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LOVE AND ITS DROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

LOVE AND ITS DROSS. I You say that love is blind, that woe But closer draws a woman's heart, That-friendship's tear-drops ceaseless flow, 7 To smooth the grief which ills im- part ; ^ You say there is, indeed a love That soars above the sordid plane,. A friendship's cord by angels wove That bears unchanged the greatest strain. A love there is, 'tis true, that may Respond in radiance when you smile, That deigns to weave a garland gay Of flow'rets phicked for it the while That trophies your acomplished fame 1 Or seals approval with caress, That ever fans the lurid flame Which lights the course of proud success.' A love that's only' sanguine hope By passions warned in sunny youth, _ That's ardent in its artless scope But sordid and for sale, forsooth; A love that pictures . wedded bliss , In fashion's flights and social throne Thattcla5ps>t1i^>prirse-whikr-woing? the kiss ' And chills, like dull, responselcss drone. A love that worships wealth and power Pronouncing then e'en wron...

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

RETURNED SOLDIERS' SPORTS The following are the handicaps for the above :- j^w Acceptances close on April 19th. í * J. O'Neill, E. H. Lee, H. Pike, handicapped. r % f -.". ALBATROSS MAIDEN HANDI-,' CAP, ioo yards. *i H. Hazelbanc.3 A Fuss ., Hi W. Blyth .. .3 [. Hazelb Fuss R. Farrar .4 S Hocking .4 W. Bruce w .4 D McMillan .. .. ,\ 5 W A. Lawrie .. ..5 J. Ah-Mat .5 R. Kerr .6 E. Storey .. .. ..6 R. Monteith .. .. ... 6 J. S. Grennier ' .. .. "6 L H. Russell .. ..6 P. L Rankine .. ..6 J. A. Davis *.6 R R Budgen .. .-.6 W. J. McDonald M. C. Henderson V. G. Carrington W McMillan . H. Yates .. .: :.* 70 i V A.* Harris J v. ?>.. .> > .. -7 ! tri J$! H!' E. Gribbon .. 0. ./*8i J. Olsen.8 F. Cook ..V .. .. 8 A. McGuire .. ... ..8 VC Blackwell .. .... 8 ANZAC SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 120 Yards. R. Cooper .. -.. .. 2 M. C. Tragenza ., .. 5 Ah Mat .. J. ..8 D. Presley .IO H W. Blyth .. ..io H. Hazelbane .. .. io S. Hocking .H\ W Bruce .11 R. Farrar .lar D. McMillan.13 R R Budgen.14 A Har...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

/ PEACE ' PROGRESS PATRIOTISM \ FREEDOM : FRATERNITY FAIR PLAY

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CANDID CRITICISMS. The Ministerial Trip. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 16 April 1921

CANDID CRITICISMS. , " r-' The Ministerial Trip. - , It -would appear from the inform vation we have been able to give to Jhe public, that Mr. Ponton and his ^party are coming to Darwin over- land, instead of, as first announced, by boat. As the Federal Public Works Commission-has the duty anc responsibility of inspecting the pro posed j route for the North-South railway line it no doubt seemed an opportune" time to make the trip at a time jyhen the Minister's presence could be availed of, in the matter of "taking official notes." It must be f admitted that the altered plans in connection with Mr, Poynton's visit portend a much more useful mission for' the probabaility is that the offi- cial inspection of the proposed rail- way route,would not take place per- haps for ä long time were not the two missions focused into one, as now about to be carried out. We trust, however, that the importance of the "route will not eclipse j the im- portance of the many other pressing matters which ...

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