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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

; — ? -j SEE THE NEW * j r''NACO' HOME LAUNDRY | Which does not necessitate I a hot water system. | LA VIS ELECTRIC i 110 CROWN STREET j

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

GENERAL CARRYING * FURNITURE REMOVALS and STORAGE j Sydney-Wollongong j Transport j Phonei: WolL 69 & 1293.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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WHAT'S ON IN SPORT THIS WEEK - END SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

WHAT'S ON IN SPORT ! THIS WEEK -END - i SATURDAY tRACING: S.T.C. meeting at Canterbury. First race at 12.30. ... . V.R.C meeting at Moonee Valley. First race 12.45. FOOTBALL — Soccer: Woonona v Drummoyne, at Woonona. ' , . Rugby Union: 'Wollongong v Parramatta, at ^ ? Wollongong Showground. . I..; - . Australian .Rules: Illawarra v Sydney, at - /Trumper Park; , TENNIS: Autumn Competilion-p-Postponed Mixed Matches I .' '? of April 1. '' ? ;? - SUNDAY ? RUGBY LEAGUE:- Port Kembla v Corrimal, at Wollongong - Showground. . . ' - Wollongong ;v Norths, at McCabe Park! , Thirroul v Daplo, at Thirroul. C.B.C v Wests, at Figtree. , SOCCER: Woonona v Granville, ai Woonona. TENNIS — Morning: Men's postponed Competition of April. 2 ';C*!' Aftemopn: Sih Coast Championships, McCabe Pk.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

NEW CARb & TRUCKS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE OR EARLY DELIVEIu MORRIS MINOR TOURER MORRIS MINOR SALOON MORRIS OXFORD SALOON MORRIS UTILITIES AND PANEL VANS MORRIS 25/30cwt. TRUCKS MORRIS 3 & 5-ton PETROL TRUCKS MORRIS 3 & 5-ton DIESEL TRUCKS AUTHORISED DEALERS: SOUTH COAST AGENCIES AND ACCESSORY SUPPLIES PTY. LTD. 75 Main Road, Thirroul PHONE: THIRROUL 112.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

IN MEMORIAM COUGHREY.— In loving mem ory . of my d^'ar husband and' our dear father; Charles Lough rey,' who passed away July- 16, 1949; ' A little token soft and tender, Just to show we still- remem ber. Inserted- by His loving Wife, Sons, Daughter; D'aughtersfin law, . Son-in-law aindi .grand children, Lorraine, Raymond, John and Kev.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

! 1 RETURN THANKS Mr. C. HOUSE and FAMILY at' 119- Keira Street, Wollongong, wish' , to' sincerely' thank Drs. Finlayson and- Goldie,; Matron and Staff of Wollongong District Hospital' for their' care' and at tention, relatives' and friends for ^messages of sympathy and floral tributes, in their recent sad be : -cavemont. jt/TOORE MAGMAHON, brilli ant and popular ^violinist, will be the;' Soloist, -Grand Or= ?.ihestral Concert, 'Civic', Theatre, MONDAY, 17TH' JULY, 8 p/m. .Make Early Reservations at MacAndrew's.

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Weather May Prevent Racing At Canterbury [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Weather May Prevent Racing At Canterbury gSYDNEy, Friday. — A decision on whether. Canterbury races will be held, tomorrow will de pend' on. a 7, a.m.- inspection of the course.:' , *. .. Sydney 'jTurf Club officials an nounced': this tonight, and said they .would!; -consider the state and safety of the 'track before -makirik an announcement. ' They made; 'ari inspection of the 'course this afternoon and said it was ' fit for racing, pro viding no more rain fell. The metropolitan; forecast for tomorrow ' is for cloudy and showery weather. Heavy rain has. fallen'- in' Sydney . from 4 P'n1' - -? . .

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SEAMEN TO DISCUSS KOREA BAN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

JSEAMEN ? TO DISCUSS KOREA BAN SYDNEY, Friday. — Stop-work meetings of Australian seamen will be held in all ports on Tues day to discuss the union's l-an on the transport of war materials to Korea. Sydney seamen at their stop work meeting will move to de pose from office their Communist Federal Secretary (Mr. E. V. El liot) . . They will try to invoke a union rule which empowers seamen at a special meeting to dismiss their Federal secretary on the ground of 'dissatisfaction.' Shipping officials believe that at Tuesday's meetings the ma jority of . Australian seamen will disallow their Federal Committee of Management's decision impos ing the ban. Meanwhile, other developments in the issue over the Seamen's Union -ban- were: ' (1) Members of the Communist Youth Movement today tried to dissuade' seamen from attending a special , meeting in Sydney to protest against the ban. (2) More than 200 seamen at the meeting unanimously reject ed the banning of arms to Korea without consulting ra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

PERSONAL; GIRL,'- 24, like pen friend.. KAY, Box' 7, P.O.,-Kew, Victoria. WIDOW, 34, like pen friend. KITTY,. Box- 7, P.O., Kew, Victoria. SAILOR',- 23, like pen friend. KEITH; Box 2470V, G.P.O:, Melbourne. GENT, 40, like' pen friend! kEVIN, Box 5282' G.P:0., Melbourne. WIDOWER, 52,' like pen' friend: KELVIN, Box 5282, G.P.O., Melbourne;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

f\ WW fllldtmLfm. ? , Daily Mercury « 9/ 6* 1 «STA8USrta- IBiW ;; , ? SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1950

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GOVT. TO PROSECUTE FOR BANNING EXPORT OF WAR SUPPLIES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

GOVT. TO PROSECUTE FOR BANNING EXPORT OF WAR SUPPLIES CANBERRA, Friday. — The Common? wealth Government announced tonight it \ivould prosecute the persons responsible for Wanning the export of war supplies to Aus tralian servicemen. V j i : . \ Thei Government, . will-, act linden Section 24D of tli'e Crimes Act,; relating' .to , the usei oiF s.se ditious .words,, wher.e it can,! se cure; eviderice to warrant prose-; cution. . ' J.p, : The Attorney-General, , (Sena tor Spicer) rtonight made ;thefol lowing announcement: ,' 'Regard- ing the threatened ban .on. the, export- of ' , supplies arid; equip ment to' Australian ] servicemen J abroad, - : Cabinet has' 'decided, Prosecution -i wiir be - instituted against any person , as to whom evidence' '' of-' the'- 'commission' ? of : offence . is available. ; 'Inquiries, ar'e- proceeding arid fa 'final decision will .be made ' by ; me next, week.' - Section -24D of the, Crimes Act I state?:,, ! '(1) Any* person who ' writes, -. prints,, ut...

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WHARFIES REFUSE TO LOAD AIR ENGINES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

WHARFIES REFUSE - TO -LOAD AIR ENGINES ? SYDNEY, ...Friday,— Sydney ...waterside workers today refused to load a shipment of six aero engines on the liner Changte for the ?R.A.A.F. in Japan, which is operating over Korea. A further attempt will be made to - mbrrow morning to load the war goods before the Changte sails at noon. Shipping officials said tonight they were hopeful the water siders would agree to load the engines tomorrow and avert- a crisis on the waterfront. i -£'*The._ waterside workers would J Snot 'iii'ad the engines today i be-' ic'Suse a tally clerk refused to ?Islke delivery of ' them from 'an R.A.A.P:, truck. , ; - | ' The cierk rerused to sign' the consignors' note and the; en gines could not** be loaded. . Ah argument developed, but the tally clerk stood firm' arid refused to. accept' th&' engines. ' . ? ; I ..Watersiders ; then became in volved and a union deiegate re-i fusedvyto-- have- -anything to do with the shipment. He said the j ihen^.-were .-pr...

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The News Behind The News [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

The Mews leMid f he lews (By 'Insider') ONE OF OUR REPORT;:?::-; called a Wollongong alderman last night, asking him to com ment on the distribution of the Bulli Nursery trees. 'Would you care to say anything about the council's trees?' he asked. - A bit ruffled, the alderman replied 'Cheese? I could tell you a lot about cheese in the council, but it's not for publication.' ' --r * * UNUSUAL HOBBY. Probably one of the most unique 'collec- tions in existence is that pos sessed by a friend of mipe, who only yesterday screwed up -the courage to tell me of his secret hobby. He keeps the 'Christ- mas cards' left by sanitary carters in exchange for gift shil lings each Yuletide season. s*He insists the doggerel verse .to . be found on them possesses 'genu* in™ primitive, artistic - expres sion.' ? ★ ★ THE U.N. ACTION in Korea appears to have caused a changer about of policy in the ranksi'of the Miners' ' Federation. -- Three weeks ago a general stop .' work meeting of Southern District mi...

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Illawarra Men In Fatal Road Accidents [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Illawarra Men In Fatal Road Accidents Two South Coast residents met violent deaths yesterday in highway wcidents. They vere Raymond John Pickford, 21, of Purr /urr Avenue, Lake Illawarra South, a motor cycle rider, and Adam McNally, 83, of West Semblawarra, a horseman. Pickford was killed instantly yesterday afternoon when his ,;olo motor cycle crashed head on into a Shellharbour bus at Figtree Bend, near Primbce, hurling him and his pillion pas senger, Keith Ellis, of Peters borough Road, Lake Illawarra South, under the omnibus. * Police said the driver of the bus, Jack Allen Quinn, of Kembla Street, Wollongong, was travelling north with an empty bus, on his own side of the highway, when the motor cyclists swung out in front of him on the curve and were catapulted under his vehicle. Bus passengers travelling on a -bus from Kiama, ahead of Quinn's bus, heard the crash and rushed back to give aid to the victims. ? ' A woman passenger on the bus from Kiama suffered a fainting spell an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

-A SAXOPHONE ?V BAND V Lovers of wood-wind iristru-^ Omenta Whoiheard. the Saxophone . -Band (plair.^at the Prince Ed ^w^rd;.Thqatre a few years ago ? tjWlT be_pleaied to learn ,£hat a ^Saxophone I^and is to be fb'rmfed jiiri -WpHongong: , ? ? A- Saxophone Band lends .{{self for .Orchestral playing, with a ?/?richness of {one anil colour that' always captivates an audience: Information, instruments, etc., i':are.:, obtainable '' frorii li.-Box, -of. , the'{vBright ' Arcade, ,190 - Crowh Street. — Aclvt'. . . f?OR GRAND ORCHESTRAL' A . CONCERT BOOKINGS, Mac Andrew's Music Store, 180' Crown St. Prices 4/-, S/-, 2/-. N.O^ TAX. MUSIC LOVERS, jjfVe. yotir fullest .possible sup port in appreciatibn 6'f Dr: Bairi ton^a visit, 'Civic' Theatre, BBtSSBmem.i m iini»nn.lnumnim«ui * c- 0MMJSRB M mi YEAS IM3 &wU {torn £5 to £2,000 SMALL AMOUNTS WITHOUT SECURITY fHE MEW SOUTH WALES AONT BE PfETE Deposit ii Investment Company Limited 1*t Floor, Wdofworth Bufldtnga Cnr.- Crown & Chur...

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JUNIOR B'BALL COMP. STARTS TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

JUNIOR B'BALL COMP. STARTS TODAY Commencing this week-end the Illawarra. Baseball Association will commence its Junior Winter Competition. Four teams will participate. The teams — Port . Kembla, Woonona, Wanderers, and Keira — will comprise youngsters anxi ous to learn the finer points of the game. These lads should be the principal players a few years hence. There is not likely- to be any major upsets in this week's senior competition? ?-. ft Wollongong Whites and Port' meet at Wenhairi 'Park in the match of the day, while Car dinals riieet Keira at'Cringila. Cardinals easily defeated their opposition in the first round of the competition 13-3. Wollongong Reds and Woo nona meet : at Nicholson Park, - Woonona, in what might easily turn out to be the best match of the round. This game is quite open, and although the standard of play may not be. -high, the competition will be keen. The draw Is: — FIRST grade:' Cardinals v Keira, at Cringila, 3 p.m. Wollongong Whites v Port Kembla, at ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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BARRY SMITH TO RIDE TUMBLE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

BARRY SMITH TO RIDE TUMBLE SYDNEY. Friday. — Barry Smith will replncc npp.eniicc R. Selkrig on ' last-start winner Thimble in tomorrow's Canter bury Park Handicap. Selkrig, who won on Thimble at Canterbury last Saturday, is on another last-start winner, Maranga. Maranga is preferred to Thimble in the betting. Another important riding change is the engagement of W. Cook for Dinanda, ivhich is, a hot favourite for the Fixed Weight Maiden Stakes. His price is not likely to appeal to the majority of punters. Stable apprentice J. Doyle, who can claim a 71b. allowance, will ride Regal Gold in the Two Y ear-Old Handicap. . Dual acceptor Cumnock is likely to run in the Third Welter Handicap vin preference to the Flying. Journalist also is likely to miss the Flying and will prob ably run in the First Welter, for which he shares favouritism with Artois. S.T.C. officials inspected the track this afternoon and de clared it safe for racing, al though it is heavy. The S.T.C. Secretary, Mr. L. Lac...

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BODIES OF BEHEADED P.O.W'S. FOUND [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

BODIES OF BEHEADED P.O.W'S. FOUND MELBOURNE, Friday. — The bodies of 30 Allied servicemen , including 15 members of the R.A.A.F., who had been murdered at Rabaul by Japanese during the war have been recovered. Flight -Lieut. Keith Rundie, field officer of the R. A.A.F. Miss- ' ing Research Section, has found the bodies during the last four j weeks. Some of -the men had ;been beheaded and the others shot. Of the 13 Australians identified, nine were the crew of a Cata lina flying tooat shot down in May, 1942, during the Coral Sea battle. ' i Three others were members of the crews of two Beaufort toombers and the other was a Kittyhia.wk pilot. i Their fate had remained a mystery until the bodies were found. | Announcing the discovery, Flight-Lieut. D. H. A. Kibble said the men had been mur dered at a Japanese execution ground at Matupi, three miles from Rabaul, Twelve were Americans and dental charts were being' checked to establish i / the identity of the other three. Flight-Lieut. ' ...

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FREE DRUGS UNDER FEDERAL HEALTH SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

FREE DRUGS UNDER FEDERAL HEALTH SCHEME CANBERRA, Friday. — Life saving arid disease preventing drugs will be provided free un der the Commonwealth Govern ment's scheme, which will come into operation in a few weeks, the Minister for Health (Sir Earle Page) announced today. He said drugs would be avail able for all persons who pre sented a registered medical prac titioner's prescription to an ap proved chemist.

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Acquittal In Catalina Explosion Case [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Acquittal In Catalina Explosion Case i SYDNEY, Frlcay. — The man aging director of Trans Oceanic Airways, Bryan Wills Monkton, 34, was acquitted at the Quarter Sessions today of a charge of damaging a Qantas Catalina fly ing boat. | After an explosion' and fire early on August 27, the Cata lina sank in Rose Bay. Later a . clockwork device was found in the bilge of the flying boat. The Crown, claimed this device was regulated to emit sparks into parts of the flying boat, which had previously been flood ed with petrol, and that Monk ton was responsible for the fire. Monkton's defence was an alibi . supported by five witnesses.

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