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Tax Officers In Wollongong; "Goodwill" Visit [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Tax Officers In Wollongong ; 'Goodwill' Visit! Department of Taxation offi cers who arrived in Wollongong yesterday morning have set up offices in the Wollongong Cogrt House. They will answer tax queries- from the public daily, until July 19. The- visit is .part of- a State wide scheme, authorised by the Acting Deputy Taxation Com missioner (Mr. P. G. Johnston) whereby responsible income tax officers' are visiting various country centres during the per iod when annual, jncpme tape re turns are. .being prepared. ?The ' service; ' which ? .provides for discussion with .the .public of -all problems relating -to .in come taxes, is designed, to 'ive country residents the advan tages of personal contact avail able to metropolitan axpayers. The officers visiting .Wollon gong are Messrs. S/: C. Moulds arid R., J. Hardacre: Mr. Moulds said; ''We:;wish to , make it abundantly clear that our visit . is purely a goodwill ?mission. 'The sole purpose, of. four visit is to give assistance to taxpa...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Teacher Denies Father's Story In Assault Case [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Teacher Denies Father's Story In Assault Case 'NEWCASTLE, Thursday, Cyril . Clifford Jopling, head master pf the Belmont Publ.ic School,' from the witness box of the Children's Court today de nied evidence given by the fattier, pf a boy he had punished. Jopling is charged with hay ing, assaulted the boy on March 22. ' : ' When Jopling entered' the wit ness box, Mr. Kenny (for Jop ling). ? asked : 'Did the boy's father say to you anything like this: 'As my boy is, backward, if - you have to punish, him I would .prefer 'you to report, the matter to me and let me carry out:. the punishment. '^Vhile ip England the house surgeon at Alderney Hospital told me every care and attention must be taken into account when punish ing the boy'?' Jopling replied: 'No.' Mr. Kenny: Did the father tell you anything about the boy having been injured? - Jopling: No. ; Jopling said when 'the boy shouted: 'X won't have the. cane. I won't have the cane,' he tapp ed him twice on the seat of the trousers. Whe...

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Australians Win South African Soccer 7-3 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Australians Win South African Soccer 7-3 KIM B E R L E Y, Thursday {A.A.P.). — '-In' a* big-scoring match, the Australian soccer 'team' yesterday 'defeated Griqua land West by seven goals to three after being two goals down in ihe first 3.0 minutes'.' .„ !;: ? In a game played at fast pace, .Australia led . 3-2 at the interval and .out-scored their rivals 4 to X in ihe second spell. . ? ? ?.Parsons, Hulme and Johns each scored two goals and Rob ertson adcLed.one, _ . „ ?. More than 3000 saw the match, the 14th of the tour.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

WEEK-END SPECIALS . ' Daily Mercury' 'Jm SHOPPING GUIDE MITCHELL AND FORD The Home of Sport 'Windprufe' | Wind Jackets j For Men' and Women — j Golfers, Tennis Players ! In Canary Blue or White j Men Women j 16/11 14/11 j CONWAY'S CASH STORES PTY. LTD. 136 CROWN STREET WEEK-END SPECIALS KRAFT CHEESE, 8qz. pkt. l/l£ Small tin PRES. APRICOTS 9d. This Week-end Only ! BUSINESS GIRLS ! Make yourselves a Suit from the wonderful BLACK ENGLISH Boucle Cloth, 54 inches wide. Priced at only 6/- yard .... from PHYL JACOBS' FASHIONS 260-2 Crown Street, Wollongong. Tel. 1477. RAINCOATS . . | LADIES' AND j CHILDREN'S ] All Styles and Colours j CHILDREN'S, 24 in to. 44 inch.j LADIES', XSSW to OS. J * A very nice variety in the j O.S. fitting. | ELITE FROCKS! 137 CROWN STREET j WOLLONGONG j 'The Salon 'where Fashion f I Meets Your Budget.' j THE FAMOUS j Paddle Jauntiesj In all the Latest Styles and j Colour Ranges. j Priced from . . 33/-] Joe Gardiner Ltd. | Crown St., Wollongong. RECONDITIONED RAD...

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ILLAWARRA SOCCER ENTERS VITAL STAGE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

ILLAWARRA SOCCER ENTERS VITAL STAGE I With only four competition matches left before the semi fiijal rou/id . the Illawarra first' grade premiership enters into a vital stage with the four leading teams striving to maintain their P9_s.i tig/is at . ib.e head .of the table. Bulli leads with North Woljon gpng only, one ppint v behipd-' Fernhiil andi Coledale Ere in third and fourth places, respec tively, with Bulli Surf pressing, and one team -which '.cpuld upset the claims of tlje latter two. . p.ujli Avill play C.R.M. at Slackly Flat tomorrow and are expected .to win, although C.RvM. is confident of fully extending the . leaders, if .not defeating them. ? Fernhiil and Goledale .clash at. Fernhiil, and both teams will be 'at full strength. : Defeat .could mean elimination as both have hard matches to follow. . North Wollongong enjoy a by,e and; .their position remains.' unchanged.'' „ , . i-ANOBiPQE SHIELD , On Sunday the quarter-finals of the Langridge Shield will be played. - ? . N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

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ILLAWARRA SIDE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

. ILLAWARRA SIDE The following team has been chosen' to' represent Illawarra against Eastern .Suburb$~a£ Woo nona '' on Saturday week, July 22, in. -round ? one of the State Championships: j. isrown 1.1N ortn won.;, turn Learmorith (North Woll.), N. Murada-. (Fernhiil), R. Acres (Fernbill), G. Wheatley ? (North Woll.),- L. 'Gordon (Bulli, capt.), H. Richardson (Bulli), Ja,ck Learmonth- (Nor.th Woil.),; W. Williams (Buili). Keith Lear month (North' Woll.), K. Wpn son (Fernhiil). Reserves: E. Pinazza (Fernhiil) , R. Highland (Bulli). Manager: Doug Webb. TEAM FOR TRIAL The undermentioned under 18 grade players are requested to report to Messrs. D. Errlngton, D. Lamb and H. Hunt at Memo rial Park, Corrimal, on Sunday at 1.15 p.m. for a trial match. ? The illawarra under 18 grade team to play West -Sydney at Woonona op Saturday week will be chosen on the. ground follow ing the trial. ' ' K. Newby, J.; . ?t'arjapso.n, -w. Whitehead, ' T. Edwards', 'G. Cropper (Fernhiil), E. Eagleton, T. H...

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Minister Wants "Culpable Driving" Charge [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Minister Wants 'Culpable Driving' Charge SYDNEY, Thursday.— Early consideration by State Cabinet of a new law dealing with drunken d.rivipg and .reckless motorists will be urged by. the Attorney-General (Mr. Martin). He said tonight:. .'I; will.' urge the Premier to bring up 'if or discussion . my minute recom mending the .creation/? of ja; new offence of 'culpable' driving*.' :.. Culpable driving, . he; \ said, would be ah alternative f charge to the manslaughter charge and would cover cases where drivers were guilty of reckless, negligent or drunken driving, but escaped penalty because juries were loath to convict on the man slughter charge.

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SEDGMAN AND BROMWICH PLAY WELL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

SEDGMAN AND BROMWICH PLAY WELL MONTREAIa Thurs. (A.A.P.). — Frank Sedgman a.nd John Bromwich seemed in perfect playing condition when they practised at the- Moynt Royal courts yesterday in preparation for the American Zpne^ tie against Canada, beginning to morrow. ? Sedgman who, .according .to manager Harry Hopman,.. ljjjs completely recovered from liis wrist' injury, showed up well with powerful . stroking though 'Bromwich again outwitted hinj' Mervyn Rose first played George Worthington several sets and thein immediately took on a „ seemingly soft.ish. .Ken , Mc Gregor. and brought the . pers piration out of him . in several more sets. ' Hopman .t.oj.d .A.A.P. he thought the Australians' form 'only fair', but conceded tbat the' damp, tricky .courts .' might have ? something' to do with the apparent failure of the play.ers to 'reach 'their, best standards.

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Thousands of Ready-made Homes By End of 1951 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Thousands of Ready -made Homes By. End ofl95T CANBERRA, Thursday. — It should be possible for the Government to secure abroad 40,000 pre fabricated houses annually from the end of 1951 onwards, the Minister for Development (Mr. Casey) said today. There was a number of build ing organisations, in the United Kingdom and on the Continent willing and capable of under taking to supply houses com plete with foundations, paths fences and drainage, he said. Mr. Casey said these major conclusions were reached by the Government fact-finding com mittee which recently toured England) the Continent and America. The mission reported that there was also a number of firms willing to undertake site preparation- work, including en gineering services. It would also be possible to secure abroad prices for erected houses acceptable to Australian hous ing -authorities. Mr. Casey said the report laid special emphasis on the neces sity for comprehensive site pre paration well in advance of the arrival of t...

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Nth. Wollongong Soccer Notes [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Nth. Wollongong Soccer Notes (By Les) The North Wollongong second grade team to pjay Bulli .at Slacky Flat, tomorrow (Satur day) are reiriinded;that the bus leaves Dion's Corner at , 12,30 ?p^m. sharp. The team- will D.e nnausea ? on the ground. Sunday's team for the Lang ridge Shield 'game at Wiseman Park is as follows:- Jv Brown, R. Learmpnth, T, Waugh, J. Todd, G-. Wheatley) V. Delaney, W. Edwards, j. Learmonth, K. Delaney, Kj. -Learmonth,, gob Learmonth. ' ?' ? ? Last Sunday's .trip to Goul burn, was enjoyed by all. The game against Goulburn Distx'ict team resulted in a .4-1 draw; Norths were test served by Bill Edwards and Bob M.us gr.ove. ? Football -in G-oultourn -has pro gressed greatly in the last t-vo years, and -with the -visits,; of Illawarra and City, teams Goul burn will soon 'be -back to their old glory when the round-ball game was at the top in the southern, centre. ?

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WOONONA WINS TABLE TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

WOONONA WINS ? -TABLE TENNIS : ; ' In the C grade table tennis competition last night Woonona ? Colts, 1.9 sets, beat Wollongong v 'Workers' 'Club, one set. v - Scores: Colts 19 (Brown, Byrnes, Graham, Sweeney 4) beat . Workers 1 (Edwards).

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England Leads in Speed Test. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

England Leads in Speed Test. LONDON, ? Thursday (A.A.P.) . — England- beat Australia by .63 points to 45 in the third speed Way.- Test M - New. Cross last to gain a two-one lead in ,the present series.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

'Daily Mercury' Classified Advertisements BATES: Two shillings tor first 14 words (approximately three lines); sixpence for each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch* *J« *{* ?£. ^ *1* »*♦ ♦*. ?*. ^ ^ ♦*, ».♦. r»* ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ , | DWYER'S CAR SALES ! I * We are proud of our prices * I AUSTIN A40 Utility: 1950. New. 250 | £ miles only. £695. Everything per- § t feet. * | BEDFORD 12 h.p. Panel Van: 1949 model. ! X As new. Perfect condition. £650. | I VAUXHALL 12 h. p. Tourer: 1948 model. | t. Low mileage. In new car condition, t j £565. % 4- HILLMAN Minx Sedan: 1947 model. I | Very clean car.' Good mechanical t | order. , Duco and upholstery perfect. % | £575. | j; MORRIS 10 h.p. Sedan: 1948 model. This | ± vehicle lias done only 17,000 miles * f and is in beautiful running order. ± % £575. | | FORD Prefect Utility : 1946 model. Per- f X feet duco. Mechanically sound. £ J £450; . ? , t :: CHEVROLET Sedan : 1940 models 64,000 % * miles and in excelent ? condition. | f O...

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LARGEST RETAIL PHARMACY FIRM. Agency for Wollongong. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

LARGEST RETAIL PHARMACY FIRM. Agency for Wollongong. Sydney's Leading Chemists, ?Washington H. Soul Pattinson and Co. Ltd., will now be repre sented in Wollongong. Numerous local requests for their products have brought about need ror representation m i Wollongong. and it is announced that well-known Wollongong pharmacist, Mr. Meurant, has been. appointed as the -firm's sole local representative. Detalils . of the deal, released thin wpek. reveal that Meurant's Pharmacy . of Crown Street, Wollongong, will carry full stocks of the comprejiens.Wi range of products manufactured by Washington H. Soul Pattin son & Co. Ltd. In accordance with the Company's policy, these products will be available to the residents of Wollongong at the very moderate prices 'for which the .Company is so well known. - The business will remain, as before, under tne ownership and personal management of Mr; Meurant. Owing to . the high ethical standard Washington H. Soul Pattinson have maintain ed in ser...

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How Prepared Are We? [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

How Prepared .' Are We?. , Sir, -Hit is most apparent to tho press-reading public that World War III is looming in evitably., One reads about how well the Australian Military j Forces are equipped and pre- 1 pared for such an emergencv. ! But diagnose that word 'pre- pared' and you. will find that it is so much pourile rot. For in stance, the standard arm is the .303 Lee-Enfield, the outmoded, cumbersome rifle — used by our troops in action in this age of automatic w.eapons. J In 1941, fighting the Japs in the Malayan jungles, we wore , using these unwieldy weapons with a range up to 1000 yards, when we could see only a Jew yards ahead. The opportunity for something better arose when the Owen gun was placed by the inventor at the Austra lian Government's disposal; yet we still carried on with the .303 and approximately one. Thomp son sub-machine gun per pla-j toon, or, in some cases, one peri section. Then came our Allies, the Americans, with their automatic rifles, sub-machine guns...

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OBITUARY MR. A. W. THOMAS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

OBITUARY MR. A. W. THOMAS ? Mr. Arthur W. Thomas, , 65, who was killed in ? an 'apciiient on, July 3 at Cooks 'River, .'form erly resided at Marsha.ll Mount. Supervising Department : of Pub lic Works employees, ; Mr. 'Thonias was hit by a' steam shnVPl in 11.qp fin f ho rifninnf XJn died in an ambulance ep.'. roate to hospital. In addition 'to his widow, Mr. Thomas is survived by his brothers, Bert (Auburn), and Walter (Tarrawanna), and sisters, Sophy (Mrs. Frank 'Riley, of Mortdale), Frances (Wollon gong), Edith (Mrs. Hough; of Auburn), and Gladys (Wollon gong). The . funeral service was conducted by Rev. Cruickshanks at the Wor.onora Crematorium MRS. E. J. WILKI.NSPN Mrs. Esther Jane -Wilkinson,' ol Park Road, Bulli, died at tbe '. Bulli District Hospital ye.sterday, aged 51. She is survived by her ' husband, Mr. Charles William Wilkinson, and a daughter, Isa bel Emily. The funeral will le.aye Cole's Bulli Chapel tor the Woronora Crematorium on Sat urday morning. Rev. Hobderi, of ...

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Builders Concerned At Timber Shortage [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Builders Concerned It Timber Shortage The report of the Illawarra Master Builders' Association, presented at the annual meeting last night, stressed the drastic shortage of timber supplies. The retiring president (Mr. W. J. Longhurst) presenting the re- j port, expressed disappointment at lack of co-operation on the part of the City Council and the ' South Coast Timber Merchants' Association in seeking a solu tion to the problem. -I Be warned members that a lot of -work would be necessary in ' the coming year to obtain any measure of relief. Dealing Avith the supply of roofing tiles, the. report said the increased : allocation from the manufacturers was perhaps the most important achievement of. the association. The report said the associa tion was still pressing' on with' its effort to have biiilder.s regr istered. Mr. W. L. Vidler, in moving \ the adoption of the i Report, ! stre.sge-J . the need', for. a splutioi) of the timber problem. He congratulated the execu-: tive of the ' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

im OUTSTANDING 1 t 'AFTER STOCKTAKINGS I BARGA|N| I THREE SUITES for only . . . . £i«4/12|6' S J« . comprising: ?« ?: ? § BEDROOM SUITE: In Special Walnut Veneers. 5 '' nACi /I C / WARDROBE 4'fl. 6in. wide/ JS ?J £49/ 1 J/~ two - thirds hanging spape 5 3' and three utility drawers. 5 ;l LOUGHBOY. 3ft. wide with J ? K&H hanging space and two S v utilitry drawers. ' , 3 - 4ft. 6in Matching BED-; 5 / STEAD with irons. 5 $ - PRE.S SlING TABLE: The J -C. choice from two attractive I' jl designs which include the ^ oj ? ' ' ? modern drop - centra, style V J' . ' ' .. and with . large landscape 5 ?I mirror. ? ? ( - ? f 'i DINING SUITE ? -Distinctive SIDEBOARD fear . ? ? -_ , ,, _ ' turing bow-end glass panels. 5 ?J S.J I / 1 j/ j Sturdy Refectory TABLE. JJ§ I« Four tub-back CHAIRS fitted 5 ?I with the renowned 'Air . 5 Ij - Cush' upholstered seats.' i i- LOUNGE SUITE: Three - piece 'Show-Wood' ? S ?I rni /A !1 *Y.P?. in Sa large range of - B]J. a,Z-/T '/j nigh quality tapestries, j...

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Ps.O.W. Claims Should Be In By July 28 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Ps.0.W. Claims Should Be In By July 28 SYDNEY, Thursday.— Claims for subsistence allowances for former prisoners of war should be made before July 28, 1950. This was announced today 'by Mr. A. R. Neaves, secretary of the committee appointed to in vesticratf* flnrl r»ri«rf fr* Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) on the claims. Mr. ' Neaves said an extension of time had been granted, but organisations should submit' their claims to him in writing at the Commonwealth Crown Solicitor's Office as so.on as pos sible. He added that the date of the next public sitting of the com mittee would be ' announced later. The man who does not work for the. love of work but only for money is not likely to make money nor to find much fun in life. —Charles M. Schwab.

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