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SERIOUS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 April 1921

SERIOUS ISSUE. Washington State Department has sent a note to Japan declining to ad- mit that Yap should be controlled by one power. Replying Japan bases her right to a mandate on the decis- ion of the Supreme Council and claims the Allies' support for her view. Thc negotiations have created a serious international issue. The Supreme Allied Council will meet in Paris early in May to discuss the YaP reparation question and Greco-Turk- ish war. - . ' ''

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
NEWS FROM IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 April 1921

NEWS FROM IRELAND. We are getting a lot of news from ireland* at the present : time. Almost ¿very day the newspapers tell ot ¿some new horror, involving the loss I of life and the destruction of proper- ty. But we are not getting ALL the ¡ news, and the news we are getting is ¡absolutely lopsided. The reason for this is that a very close military cen- sorship is being exercised by the British Government on the Irish news. In an official statement issued by Newcombe Carlton, president of the Western Union Telegraph Company -through which company cables to Australia are sent-it is stated that, as regards news from Ireland, "all cable messages leaving Great Brit- ain are held for examination by the British military intelligence authori- ties." Which means that all we are per- mitted to learn concerning what is happening in Ireland is what the British military authorities are pleas- ed to let pass over the cables to us. And very sure it is the "right* J kind of news-from the point of vi...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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THE BOUNDING BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 April 1921

THE BOUNDING BALL. The ^season 1921 was formally' op- ened by the Church Club on its * court last Saturday afternoon: "Tennis will boom this year if this ; be- any criterion " was the remark of the cognoscenti; and the leading1 v. * players in each club will be girding ; v up their - loins ?, with , the Pennant . '?, matches and' the Öpen Tournament as the objects in view. 1 , So many strenuous battles will be: . fought oui (the. net intervening) with the utmost good temper on all sides ? * and assaults will be made again by "<.... -the thrace other clubs on the; redoubt-,... 1 '. able B.A.T.,^even though another big :'. gun has been added to their ànna^ . Vi y ment. _V ' -y, J, ; - " . This special afternoon was' spent ~* > ' by tennis enthusiasts ; and their friends-amidst pleasant circumstances ; ^ and hard'times were forgotten, wider . ¡ the cloudy sky and the green sur- ? : ¡ roundmgs to the musical accompany \ v ment of the pinging thud of rew rae*< &g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 April 1921

E V. V. BROWN,1 AGENT " E. & A. S.S. Co. Ltd. and British In- 1 dla SN. Co., Ltd. SHIPPING, MINING AND GEN- ERAL COMMISSION AGENT , AUCTIONEER, ftc . 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 . pPP«site Town Hall, Darwin CODES Bedford McNeill Morang and Neal 'Bentley» A.B.C.,. ist and 5th Editions. . Cable Address : Votfes. Budgen's Motor Garage - CARS NO.'S 50, 65, ft 79. . THREE CRACK DRIVERS ALL HOURS. ALL DISTANCES. RING TELEPHONE 91., M. & D. McMillan, GARAGE ON CALL; CARS DAY OR NIGHT. '>-; Competent Drivers. ,;. Up-to-Date Car». - J Two First.Glass Table» * Same Address CAVENAGH STREET, Telephone 30. Robert Farrar & :Sons r Smith Street, Darwin GENERAL COMMERCIAL AGENTS ; r AND CARRIERS. . MOTOR CARS FOR HIRE DAY AND NIGHT. THREE CARS. Competent and Careful Drivers. Two Lor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 April 1921

BAND OF HOPE. OPENING MEETING. The Opening Meeting of the Band pf Hope will be held in the Metho- dist Church on FRIDAY (to-mor- row) EVENING at 8 p.m. ! .. The meeting will take the form of a Social Evening. All welcome. NOTICE. I All communications for publication in the "Standaard" should be ad- dressed to the Editor. All business letters should be addressed to the Manager. Otherwise they are liable to be overlooked.- No correspon- dence can receive consideration which is sent without the^ writer's name (not , necessarily for publica- tion). Unveiling Ceremony N. T. SOLDIERS' MONUMENT Will Take Place On SUNDAY AFTERNOON (NEXT) APRIL 24, 1921 At 4.30 o'clock. The Unveiling Ceremony will be performed by the Administrator. PERCY KELSEY, Hon. Sec. ANZAC DAY. THE BIRTH OF AUSTRALIA'S NATIONHOOD. Come and Commemorate With the Men (Your Men) Who Made Australia** Name. Sports for all, old and young. Amus- ing side shows, refreshments, jumble stall, sweet stall, fruit stall, (pears, peach...

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Amongst the Ladies. (By "Little Polly.") [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 April 1921

Amongst the Ladies, f (By > little Polly.") - One of the distinguished'character is tics: of ^Australian women, thàtv is of , the city cult, and -particularly .of iSyd ney, is their total lack of courtesy an¿ appreciation of gallantry on thc part of gentlemen whose duty itbe-"' : comes betimes to perform some act expressive of deference. I feel' that it is a reproach upon our sex to make <: , this ajdmission, but in the fàce. of sev> ere comment I recently heard on the I : point, I think it is only performing'>a good service to give it publicity.' , oooooooo No doubt" many readers have had -'. experiences in the direction pointed : * out in their daily peregrination. - Ai gentleman can stand back at thc tum-stile; can giye his . seat ih a tram to the lady^who has just arriv- ed too fate for accommodation ; cm i oblige- in various ways as often as* eircnmstances warrant' and îieveç re * 'tá»'4«fren'-tHtf^'^lîglrtt^^^i^li^. «F thanks or : recognition. What seems so...

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Soldier-Editor Tells the Truth. And Gets " Fired " by Class-Conscious Brass Hats. THE "CRUSADER'' AND UNEMPLOYMENT [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 April 1921

And Gets " Fired " by Class-Conscious Brass Hats. THE "CRUSADER'' ANß UNEMPfcOtMENT The following sensatibiial new* lt/, from thc Brisbane MWc*kerM : "Whether the Returned Soldiers and ; Sailors' / Imperial » League of Australia exists for the protection of the interests of returned soldiers and I sailors orr for the .championship of i profiteering patriots and exploiters a j gainst the dinkum returned man was exemplified in a striking manner last (.week when the editor of the "Cru-, sadier," official organ of the league in Brisbane, was- sacked for daring to stick up for the common soldier and foiî adversely criticising . the^ class. [ whkh would^ now, sooner see a re- turned man in hell than give him . a I job under decent working conditions. . I Writing of the unemployed prob |lem, the "Crusader,,' inter aUa^ said : ! "So it has come at last, we knew it I would,- and the truth is out. The cri I sis is at hand;, the positon is acute. ¡ i'ho^i^ds upon thousands bf1 rettirn I ed men...

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Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE GREAT STRIKE. BREAKS INTO FACTIONS. THE MINERS SOLD. MINERS DETERMINED LOYAL DOCKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 April 1921

Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables THE GREAT STRIKE. BREAKS INTO FACTIONS. THE MINERS SOLD. MINERS DETERMINED LOYAL DOCKERS. Thc miners' leaders are out of town conferring with their dismayed: followers on the coal fields. The most bitter feeling is entertained a mong the miners at being left in the? lurch by the. railway men and trans- port workers, especially as their ex- chequer is fast emptying. . Many fam- ilies are approaching destitution des- pite the shortness of thc strike. A snap of snowy, frosty weather is in- creasing their hardships. Many households are faced with lack of / coal even in mining districts. Many South Staffordshire bakers have coal . enough only for two more days' bakv .ing. In view of these circumstances there is a general hope that the ex- tremists will see . the folly of pro- longing the. struggle (and kiss the hand' that screws them.) . When the delegates return to London on Thursday it is hoped they will have authority to take part in a ...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 April 1921

CRICKET. The English and Australian cricket- ~ ers haye arrived in London. The English manager said members of the tesMn , were delighted with the" Australian tour and had a pleasant ^ voyagé, rivalry extended to deck games" which made Gregory's all- - round lability evident. He described c the tour as a magnificent success but- \ all were glad to be home after a long absence. : ". ~ Wilson questioned regarding the rumours of 'dissesion in. the English ' team said there was-not any trouble' and added that? the Australians were - a yery .hospitable and lovable people. Hendren Stated: I love Aussie and ' >h^|^js^iid-'tiine.'--We wlnt to go a ?ain.;iQuesttoned regarding thé wick- ^ 2ts he jsaidíthéy were wonderful but : too ^qdî thèyf#érè quite *äs fast "on '<? the fifth day asÍ the opening "day:%h¡§^¿ eliminates the element of uncertainty' usually' associated with cricket. Hen drën considered the Adelaide wicket the best in the world. Melbourne " was his- favourite city....

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 21 April 1921

TENNIS. In the Queen's Club Challenge Round,* at tennis, in London, Daw- son Mavrogordato..' beat Lycett for the Gobert Cup hy 8-4, 6-8, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2. j J' ?? !'H[t-is'-probable the Punjaabi cham- pions, S. Af. Jacobs and Mahomed Slcem, will represent India in the singles in the Davis Cup against France at Paris: Jacobs arid L/ S. Dane, will play doubles against Gob- ' ert and- Lauréntz who represent France.

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HUGHES OFF ON THURSDAY [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

HUGHES OFF ON THURSDAY Hughes leaves for England to at- tend the Imperial Conference next Thursday. ¿

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THE NEW STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

THF/NEW STATE. Questioned in London regarding : the proposed formation. pf a new State in Northern New South Wales, * Premier Storey replied it was not }'ct practicable. The secessionist move- ment had uo't boon . taken i seriously. TV. rnfMority of thc people were in , different; f

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DEADLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

DEADLOCK. The deadlock created fey the min- ers'demands is no nearer solution. The British Admiralty* announce it will^discharire 10.000 dockyard cm L plóvées during thc current financial ? year, si

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GENEROUS WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

GÈNEROUS WOMAN. ; Lady-Carlisle has foregone royalty rights over her mine and*given it to the miners free.

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DESPERATE MINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

DESPERATE MINERS. . . ?.*- -r . » /-i Mörpheth; Northumberland, *has7 become like ., Klondyke. Thousands of miners- and women and children armed withv picks and shovels have taken possession of old "mine works and tunnelled 20 feet under the river and made valuable hauls of coal.' Sonic miners made as much as 'six . pounds a day this way. /

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GLASGOW SHORT OF COAL [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

.-? GLASGOW SHORT OF COALv ? Glasgow has only a thousand tons . of coal and it is expected none will .t be available for house holders next ? .'week.' ; ' '." ;"' i '??.í , .. ' - .1 .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

FREEDOM FRATERNIJT FAIR PLAT;-;. i . - . .....

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BROWBEATING THE MINERS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

"BROWBEATING THE MINERS dynes in the House of Commons I v appealed for the disbandment of thc reserve defence forces in connection ^.with thc miners' strike and complain- ed {hat thc rneasuresjaken were mv i .. precedented, unnecessary, 4 and; prov^ ocative. The Chancellor of the Ex-\ chequor replied that although un- precedented the step -was essential. The forces would be withdrawn im mediately they were no longer nee pessary. ? .'. '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

We woud advise the Counil to bc careful how they enter upon a big work like the construction of thc public baths. We trust they will not go on with this work without appian., and specifications prepared by a coin- . pctent engineer. We trust the terras . necessary to re imhurse the council v will also be not overlooked. j * Attention is directed to the rneraor ial services for Sunday next, iii St. . Mary's and the Methodist churches,~\ in connection with the soldiers who < fell in thc Gallipoli-landing. : : Attention is directed to the oppor- tunity for the purchase, at a low fig- - ure, of a choice freehold residence .practically in the town. Enquiries may bc made at this office. (

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THE NEW TERROR. WET-NURSED BY ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

THE NEW TERROR' WET-NURSED BY ENGLAND. A Vancouver message states that Chinese anxiety regarding the Pacific j question is deepened by the recent | discovery pf Japahese arsenals manu- i facturing large quantities of marine* . mines .with American and British >. 'stcel.V The Chinese coast is marked' - into blockade zones. In case of war. > Japan could control raw materials^

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