NO RIGHTS, NO TAXES!
DARWIN'S PASSIVE RESISTANCE. DARWIN, January 15. A public meeting was held in the town hall last night, presided over by the Mayor (Cr. Watts), under the auspices of the State Hotel Bar Boycott Committee. The speakers, generally, announced their inten- tion to refrain from payment of income tax until the rights of citizenship had been secured by the appointment of a local ad- visory board, and advised those present to do likewise. Lists of passive resisters will be opened throughout the Territory, and a levy of 10/ has been struck. Unionists have made an appeal to non- unionists and the townspeople for a volun- tary subscription of a similar amount. Sr. Ferrieks will be met by a monster procession on his arrival, and existing grievances will be laid before him.