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Latest News by Cable and Telegraph Latest Cables ALLY-GERMAN POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

f - - Latest/ News by Cable and Telegraph latest Gailles ALLY-GERMAN POSITION. . Paris reports that in the event of Germany's failure to fulfill her obli- gations occupation of thc Ruhr dis- trict will follow. Thc French-source of, informatipn points out that if Ger- man miners occupied the coal basin ' and refused to work Germany will have no coal, as the only other Ger- minan coalfield apart from Upper Sil- esia is in the Saxon basin which is very poor.1 This will threaten* Ger- many with a general stoppage which will surely comped her to carry out ". her /obligations . France emphasises the fact^that it doen't desire to annex German territory,.but simply to make Germany pay. It is estimated that ; three milliards of francs are obtain- able in the Ruhr- district. Lloyd ;1 George will confer ' with the French Premier at the week end to discuss ? the Allied reparation plans.

Publication Title: Northern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NT, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

TO CORRESPONDENTS, Etc.. I The " Northern Standard " aims at ! being thoroughly representative of iiie Northern Territory and with this ' md in view welcomes correspon- ' ;' ;nce from all outlying centres. ' J 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 ; .-ncral interest. Any complaints in. regard to non receipt of paper should be reported to' j at once.! We will do our best, to «rn ¿dy them. AYc would bc grateful to our friends^ for their good offices with neigh , i-ours. in obtaining fresh subscribers, e tc., and in helping "*to add to the power for good of the people's own newspaper. Secretaries ofV thc various Clubs and institutions are ^invited to ior ci condensed reports of proceed- ings at meetings, etc and wc will be pleased to send a representative to any important function when duly notified. Onr telephone number is 119, r.nd a ring up will secure any desired in Jormation as to...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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THE "STANDARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

THE "STANDARD" GENERAL PLATFORM. J'' , * '? . Besides supplying general news and , current, critiques thc ** Standardwill advocate inter, alia, the following : The. right -of Small Nations aand of all Nations. . 1 ' Australiaan Self-Determination at earliest opportune date..' Democratic, as against imperalis tic methods and . discontinuance of privileges. ^ ' ? . . Thc SW.3V of reason over artifice, prejudice and might. ,~ Virtues and Merits.in Nations and itidividuals the "sole standard of re- ward. , w The cherishing of * nationaal sacri- fices and. fidelity in the cause of" liberty. ; 7 Labor, ideals,. aimed at with full re- gard for religious and moral prin- ciples. 'Ä Abolition of monopolies, and secur- , ing equal opportunities and full re- sult of effort. Freedom of religious thought and* the sacredness of individual con-^ science. ^ ? - Neighbourship and brotherhood in \ religious interrelations and in social life. Equal educational and all other natural advantages and right...

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

X 1 PEACE PROGRESS PATRIOTISM

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THE DEVIL'S DOZEN. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

THE DEVIL'S DOZEN. Isms We Condemn j Imperialism. Despotism. Jingoism. Flunkeyism. Shoneenism. Indifferentism. Traitorism. Fanaticism. Sectarianism. " Warwickisrn." " Prussianism;" Phariséeisïn. " Black-lieism. GOD'S OWN. Alliteratives We Commend. Freedom. Fraternity. Fearlessness. Fortitude. Fervor. Fidelity. Forethought. Fellowship. Firmness. Foreb araneç. Frankness. I Fairplay.

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DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

DARWIN TOWN COUNCIL. ! . "- .? ??. A' The ordinary meeting oi the Dar- win Town Council was held on ' Thursday afternoon last when there were present : Crs. Burton (Mayor); Cant, Pearse and Christie. Messrs. Welsh and' Pearse wrote submitting a proposal for the supply I of electric current to the Town Council for street and, house lighting and power purposes. The current for lighting purposes to be available from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. ' - The offer was received and held over for further consideration. ~ / Messrs* Jolly and Co.'s agent, in '. Sydney was, asked to procure the or- <"> dinary make of-wire netting of io guage wire and 2 inch mesh, but ad \viscd being unable to procure wire À netting heavier than 15 guage. They quoted cyclone netting of io guage and 2 inch mesh. The link/ netting ,J recommended by their agent " wpulo! \ . cost £183 more than the kind, of net-; ting tne Council had decided on. It was decided to obtain samples ? of link,.loop, and cyclone netting b...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

THIS ISSUE. Owing to engine troubles' and the preparations for installation of a se- cond engine current issues of the 'Standard' are detrimentally affected, as far as the amount of reading mat- ter is concerned.

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

After the Pictures, or Before, havea Cooler at VICTOR'S Most Popular Drinks in Town all off The Ice CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO ft CIGARETTES Come along--A Trial Solicited. Try my Lemon and Orange Squash. VICTOR'S* The Noleá House 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 Suppers Provided. - Soft Drinks Always otrthe Ice. For Late Suppers Ring up Phone 62. Don't Forget to Drop into^ Alipio's Saloon when yon want a Hair Cut ot J a Good Shave - Curios a Specialty Shells Cleaned and polished Birlews Boarding Hovso Cavenagh Streit, Darwin , TERMS .MODERATE . Good Board and Lodging The Dori Pictures Darwin's Only Amusement At the Stadium every SATURDAY NIGHT Box Plan at adams & Foster's The Best and Latest Films Received Regularly P. .CLARKE. ; * V ~ CAR 87. Telephone Nos. 121 and 90. S. Drysdale, GENERAL .CARRIER, flK MILE. - TELEPHONE, 106. Orders Promptly...

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ACCIDENT TO MR. ALF HASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

¡ACCIDENT TO MR. ALF HASTE. -~ I Whilst,out driving with a friend yesterday afternoon a rather serious accident happened to Mr. Alf Haste, a well known Territorial*. It appears that- after having driven round Ves- te^, and on the ljomcward journey through the gardens, the horse took fright and bolted. ^ After going a few hundred yards the horse was got un- der control again. Mr. Haste's hat having blown off his -friend got out and commenced to walk back for it leaving Mr. Haste Tiifding tlje horse and sulky. During his friend's ab- sence the horse must-have again bolt- ed and Mr. Haste was thrown heavily to thc "ground, and was found on thc road opposite the Wireless Stat- ion in an unconscious condition.^ The unfortunate man was immediately conveyed'to the hospital where bc soon recovered consciousness. He is suffering, however, from an internal injury in the region of the heart, oh the back and he has a slight wound in th,-e forehead. This morning he was doing well, and we trust w...

Publication Title: Northern Standard
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THE SPITE OF IT! [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

'THE SPITE OF IT! Our contemporary, and some of i^s (soolers-on haven't as much tacts as may be expected from that ilk. One bf the most recent exposes jis the at' tempt to connect a "certain Govern- ment" employee with the scandal we exposed in connection with the "Mat- ernity barn.". The fact is' that no such employee hadr anything to do with it, or-wit'h the official documents pilose contents we gave in rebuttal of tho "Times' "crammers.' It was Mr. ftelsoiv-and neither he nor we are "cowardly" enough to hide be- hind a screen-who submitted his ! notes of the contents of the docu- ments which he had before him at biast twice, on former {Occasions when certain public enquiries were being made. They expose the "crammers", that is the cause of the wild insinua- tions. : v . " The next bit of 'Brotherly love' is the incursion of Dr. Lonesithc, other day into the Freezing premises, and his alleged condemnation of .the block on which meat sold by Mr. Pearse, is cut. This appears" to be ...

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REDUCED BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

REDUCED BOARD. The cry .of the necessity of reduc- ing the cost of living is now a press- ing one, and we notice that Mr. Jim Kyriokos, proprietor of the Darwin Cafe has lcd into the breach by à substantial reduction in the#cost of board and lodgings. His charge has 'been reduced to 32s 6d per week, and wc feel sure that this progressive and timely move will bc duly apprec- iated in thc 'right wa3r. See advt.

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

j Wc are surprised at the practical j inaction, and evident partisanship of ! the Administrator's Department in ! connection with the meat inspection ! scandal. Wc trust the public's pat- ience will not be tried too much. i lt was oft repeated acts of tyranny and overweening one-sidedness that begot the 'revolution' of a few years ago. No one wishes to see it repeat-' j ed, but the meat scandal is a casus j belli which our matured administrat- or would do well not to let develop. There is a big slump in fat cattle prices. Wonder what reduction will ¡ be made in local retail prices. " J The question of a 'kill' here next year is engaging much attention at . the present moment. The/ slump has come as an additional barrier.'

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THE NORTHERN STANDARD, SATURDAY, APRIL 23. 1921. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

THE NORTHERN STANDARD, SATURDAY, APRIL 23. 1921. Stand by the (Right, condemn the. Wrong, not in a spirit of hostility bot that the evil may be changed in-, to good.

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

Dr, C. E.-HILL DENTAL SURGEON Specialist in Crown and Bridge work. May be consulted at 1-«* rooms at the cottage Between Commercial Bank and Victoria Hotel ' Charges Moderate. HOURS-Dai y 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Telephone No: 93.

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Latest Telegrams CRISIS ENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

Latest Telegrams CRISIS ENDED. I 'Thc Federal political , crisis has ; ended. Mr. Poynton leaves Mol ¡ bourne next Thursday for Darwin ! and .will enquire intc^'matters affect ; ing thc control and management of hotels, provision and work for resi- dents of Katherine River district, rep- resentation of the Territory in thc Federal Parliament, taxation reorg- anisation and the local'administrativc staff..

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

Advertisers in the 'StarMard' get the publicity they pay for ; hence good value.

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RETURNED SOLDIERS' SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

RETURNED SOLDIERS' SPORJS Thc the following arc* the final ac- ceptances foe the above: ^ALBATROSS MAIDEN. HANDI- CAP, 'loo yards. H. W. Blyth .. . H. Hazelbane .. A. Fuss R. Farrar S. Hocking W. Bruce D. McMillan .. .. ..5 J. Ah Mat R. Monteith R. R. Budgen' ... M.-C. Henderson V. G. Carrington H. Yates , s . A. Harris V . H. E. Gribboh:.8 J. Olsen .. .. . f J. % F. Cook .. .. .. T8 K; Blackwell .. .. 8 ANZAC SHEFFIELD HANDICAP, 120 Yards. » R. Cooper .. .. M.r C.. Tragenza .. Ah Mat. D. Presley H. W. Blyth .. .. H. Hazelbane. S. Hocking ... Y'M. Bruce .. R.vFarrar .. . í /b. McMillan .. % .. P. R. R. Budgen .. A.^ Harris R E. Grlbbon K. Blackwell K. Dempsejjr J. Olsen ... . . . GALLIPOLI HANDICAP, Yards R. Cooper M. C. .Tragenza Ah Mat ' . '. W. Bruce R. Farrar D. McMillan W. Lemon R. Monteith R. R. Budgen H. Yates . . J. Olsen ...2 5 8 io io IO II II 12 13 ? H . H . IS . .15 . 15 . io 220 2 6 12 14 18 18 18 18 l8 18. 22

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WHARF THEFTS. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

WHARF THEFTS. Some reckless comment has been I levelled at the waterside workers in connection with thefts of goods landed by boat. We understand that j a large supply of provisions was for- ' warded by Mrs. Urquhart from Bris- bane, and that of this two hams are missing." Wc have been assurrcd by the officer inv charge on behalf of Burns Philp that these hams were de- livered from and noted out of i the vessel, andV that therefore th^ft could not take place as far as the watersid- er are concerned. It would not bc ¡ inadvisable if enquiries A^ere m?de a bout such thefts after the goods get under railway control or in die bond. I

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MANY FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

MANY FIRES. An enquiry in Sydney into fire losses showed that insurance com- panies paid one million pounds in three months. The number of fires lately is causing much anxiety as an element o/ suspicion surrounded many outbreaks. It is always diffi- cult to obtain direct évidence.

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HONOR THE BRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Northern Standard — 23 April 1921

HONOR THE BRAVE. Thc following magnificent poem, written half a century ago, shows present-day readers that Ireland's crucifixion has been chronic, and it is appropriate as if it had been writ ten to-day : iN Honor tpc brave who battle still For Ireland's cause 'gainst murd' rous bands, No rule except their quenchless will, No power save in their naked "hands ; Who wage by day and wage by night In groups of three or bands of ten, Our desp'ratc, undespairing fight Against two hundred thousand men No pomp of war their eyes to blind, No blare of music as they go With just such weapons as they find . in desperate onset on the foe. They seize the pike, the- torch, the scythe Unequal contest-but what then? With steadfast eyes and spirits blythe They, face 200,000 men. s % The jails are yawning through the land, The scaffold's fatal click is heard, But Vtill moves on the scanty band By jail and scaffold undeterred. A moment's pause to wail the last Who fell in freedom's fight and then, Wit...

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