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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

SLATER'S THE FRIENDLY STORE Here is a first-class three-piece Lounge Suite ;at a very low figure! Its construction em bodies craftsmanship^ and style. Covered all ' over in richly figured English Tapestry with; reversible, loose covers and sprung with- English tempered springs. v This Suite is a Gem, priced at £67/10/ « CONFIDENTiAL CREDIT CAN BE ARRANGED. lV

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

\AMAZING\ [OFFER! n\ | REMNANTS ! . | ' / REMNANTS!' - f \ ! I ' | OF I I LINOLEUM I f S \ AT j| HALF PRICE! I / ? | I j £ This is your opportunity to s'eeurfe that £ £ remnant of Lino you have been looking ' § I; fpjr and ajt a bargain price, too. So S j; hurry and ma|ce your selection frpm J ?I the large range of patterns now on jjj ?j display. s IN. fiSKE W Pty. Ltd, j; HOME FURNISHERS g j! 238-244 Crown Sliest WOLLONGONG '1 '? Phonps 588 and 226 5[ CVW^VVVVy^WpTAV^^ -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

DONTBE KEPT IN THE DAM ! ' Yon will be able to enjoy uninterrupted . LIGHT with a PRESSURE UMP English Veritas Storm-Proof Pressure Lantern, 350 c.p. £4/6/6 j Kayen All-Purpose Hanging Storm-Proof Pressure Lamp, '?? | 300 c.p. £4/18/6 English Famous Vertical Mantle Table Lamp, 120 c.p. £4// English Tilley Table Lamp, 300 c.p. £5/9/- These Lamps burn approximately one hour at a cost of one penny Hurricane Lanterns 17/6, 11/9, 10/9 mXDaters \ CROWN AND STATION STREETS, WOLIONGONQ — ? iTMiiwiMnMii 4 .ft ? . ? '? ' ' ? '?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

NEW CARS & TRUCKS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE OR EARLY DELIVERY 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. ? ' %W: 75 Main Road, Thirroul PHONE: THIRROUL 112.

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Red Advance Continues In Korea [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Red Advance Continues In Korea TOKYO, Sunday (From A.A.P. Correspon dent Roy Macartney). — The North Korean Com munists appear to be turning the west flank of the American defensive line, running about 15 miles along the south bank of the Kum River. This is according to Genera MacArthur's communique issued this afternoon. The communique claimed North Korean pockets which assaulted the outnumbered Americans frontally, were thrown back to the river with bloody losses. But it admits North Korean elements are 'now probing the north-south highway to Nonsan.' The highway . runs due. south from Kongju, well within the Kum River bend. The admission that an Ameri can artillery formation was forced to withdraw from Hewj positions by superior numbers would also indicate the North Koreans now have forces fight ing within the Kum River bend . The radio, telephone at Taejon was still working, this morning, but the town is reported ;to ? be almost completely . evacuated. ? . Trains are streaming s...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

IN MEMORIAM FIGTREE. — Loving and ever lasting memory of my darling Mother, Francia Lucy. Whom God called home, 17th July, 1935. V. Bond. Games Afternoon In Aid Of Flood Victims Members of the Wollongong Order of the Amaranth £ire holding a games afternoon in the Guide Hall, Thomas Street, on Tuesday, July 18, at 2 p.m. Proceeds of the entertainment will go ;tp the appeal for flood victims.

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Imperial Cabinet Plan? [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Imperial Cabinet Plan? LONDON, Sunday ; (A.A.P. ) 'M It is ' understood - that, the'- Aus tralian Prime .-Minister (Mr. Menzies), with whpm. Ministers and Service;. Chiefs Wave held a number of . conferences; Has a plan' for a new . conception of the Empire with -an overriding Imperial ' Cabinet ahdla'tlefence ?force working with America; in the Pacific and the/ Western Union . in .Europe',. /says J the diplomatic correspondent ' ?/ of the 'Sunday Express'. ! M The British ' Government hitherto has 'been inclined ' to ; frown ,? on the 'prospect of an Imperial- Cabinet with wide powers, preferring joint consul tation and agreed action ' be tween the Dominions ? and 1 Britain.

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Port Defeats Corrimal In Hard R.L. Game [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Port Defeats Corrimal In I Hard R. L. Game In one of the hardest and roughest League L'ames seen at the Showground for many years Port Kembla defeated Corrimal 22-15. Much of the credit of Port Kembla'.* win was due to the excellent kicking of their fullback, 'Bing' Liver more. He landed five goals. Port Kembla kicked off with the assistance of a strong southerly breeze. The game was in charge of referee Ferrior. Port received the first penalty on Corrimal's 25. It was a sur prise to all when Livermore missed an easy kick. Soon after George Bruce and Vince. Meizer blended y/ell in a good run and the Corrimal de fence was we'll tested. However, it withstood the onslaught and play went back to near half way. The forwards of both sides were playing a solid game, and the referee spoke to Gallagher (Corrimal) and Ralston (Port) for heavy play. 'Bing' Livermore received the first cheers of the game when he landed a good penalty from midway between the half way and 25. . Hooker Leo Hurley ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

SEE THE NEW 'NACO' HOME LAUNDRY Which does not necessitate a hot water system. LA VIS ELECTRIC 110 CROWN STREET

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

O ^ tmmVmmvmm ' n — nrn ??? n ?? n — u imi GENERAL CARRYING ★ FURNITURE REMOVALS and STORAGE Sydney-Wollongong Transport Phones: WolL 69 & 1293.

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4 ESCAPE FROM SALE GAOL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

4 ESCAPE FROM SALE GAOL MELBOURNE, bunday. — While a. warder's attention was diverted, four prisoners scaled a 16-foot wall at the Sale gaol today and escaped. I The men were in a group of ' prisoners 'beine- pvf-roi«od in prison yard and were dressed in civilian' clothing-, which had been issued' to them preparatory . to theiiV appearing in the Sa.i-3; Court jon^rrow.v., Ross, :'20'; Ronald Eugene Doug las, 18;/ j ohn ; Brian V^ilson, 21; j and , Frederick 'Charles Bal- j lenger, 21. /. | Twenty .police from Sale and prison warders late tonight'-; searched the district for the' escapees. The .police think the! men may split up and head in! different directions. j - Farmhouses where the men' may obtain, food will be check ed. A watch will also be kept 1 on all roads leading out of I Sale.

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BRITISH SHIP BOMBED OFF FORMOSA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

MiW«V»V.,iViW.'«V.V.V BRITISH SHIP BOMBED OFF FORMOSA LONDON, Sunday (A.A.1\). ? An aircraft believed to be Chin ese bombed the 9G80 tons Brit ish motor ship Glenean off Formosa yesterday. A bomb exploded near the bridge, seri ously injured two men and dis abled the ship's steering1 gear. The Glenean is proceeding to Nagasaki to disembark casual ties. The ship carried 20 Brit ish and 52 Chinese. It left London six weeks ago for Malaya, North China and Japan. i

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JAMBEROO DEFEATED BY KIAMA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

JAMBEROO DEFEATED BY KIAMA On the Kiama Showground on Saturday before a large crowd, the joint leaders, Kiama and Jamberoo. played a even game, Kiama winning by two points tp nil after a scoreless second half. The game was played on a muddy field but despite the con ditions, the teams endeavoured to play .open football with the result there w.cr.e many promis ing ? passing- movements which fiept. the crowd interested. ' I' Early in the game, Kiama atr it^icked as the result'' of good; combined play 'by J; Blanch, J. jyicD.onald and R. Stead. . ' ?' R. Stead scored the only, ppints of .the match- when he kicked a penalty goal 'from the 25 after missing a more difficult attempt earlieV. . ' R. Irvine, who- played an ' ex cellent game, gained- 40 yards in a strong dash for. Jamberoo just . prior . to half-time.. Early in the second half, R. Stead for Kiama and O. K'n£- Jamberoo, both missed penalty kicks. During this period, Jam-, ber.oo played over Kiama but the defence held: . Later ...

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W'GONG DOWN NORTHS IN DULL MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

W'GONG DOWN NORTHS IN DULL MATCH In a game which lacked bril liance, Wollongong had an easy victory over Northern Suburbs at McCabe Park yesterday. The final score of 31-6 was a true indication of the one sidenness of the match. Eighty-eight people paid to view the game. Wollongong was immediatelyi into the attack and ' play ' went to Norths' 25, 'Possum' j Thomas failed with the first'penalty kick-. Wollongong was penalised Tfor off side play, after the match had been in progress 15 'minute's and Richards gained ; the ''flrkt -points .for Norths. | Soosn after WoJUongong's .scor ing machinery went into action. The backs handled first, from a scrum, but forward Burgess 'fin- alised the movement with good positional . play. He scored in a handy- position. ? Grenf ell kicked the goal. Wollongong 5, Norths 2'- ? ? During the remainder of the first half ? Wollongong added points to their score when Nich olson, Burrows' and Taylor all scored. None of the tries were converted. NORTHS' GOA...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

Today's Theatre Programmes CROWN, Wollongong Reserves: Telephone 186. / 7.45 P.M. I SAVOY, Wollongong 1 L Reserves: Telephone 118. 7.40 P.M. MATINEE 2 P.M. STRAND, Corrimal ^ Reserves: Telephone Corrimal SO. - 7.45 P.M. ROYAL, Bulli ~ Reserves: Tel. Thirroul 61. KING'S, Thirroul Reserves: Tel. Thirroul 234. 7.45 P.M. WHITEWAY, Pt Kembla Reserves: Tel. Port Kembla 117. p 7.45 P.M. I NOW SHOWING AT THE j CIVIC * Twice. Daily: 1.30 p.m., 7.30 p.m. June Haver, Ray Bolger in LOOK FOR THE SILVER LINING (G) (Techn.). Uexis Smith, Robert Douglas in-' JECISION OF CHRISTOPHER BLAKE (G) jawrence Tierney, Claire Trevor. in IEADIER THAN THE MALE (A) John Loder, Audrey Long in .' A GAME OF DEATH (A) Cartoon: PRIVATE PLUTO fames Mason, Joan Bennett in PHE RECKLESS MOMENT (A) Gene Autr-y in , SONS OF NEW MEXICO (G) Short: HE'S IN AGAIN Cartoon: FOXY PUPS ; George Montgomery, Rod Cameron in . . . DAKOTA LIL (A) Jean Parker, Nils Asther ? in ' - BLUEBEARD (A) Short: VARIETY VIEWS june Haver. Ray Bolg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

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BULLI STILL LEADS IN DIST. SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

BULLI STILL LEADS IN ' DIST. SOCCER Bulu retained its siender lead in the Illawarra Socr.cr Associa tion's competition tabic when they deefated C.R.M. 3-nii at the Bulli- Sports Ground on Satur day.- They were never in danijer of defeat. C.R.M. surprisingly held Bulli in the first half of the game. Bulli added its only goal of this session five minutes before the interval, inside right Dick High land lobbing a high ball over the outstretched hands of the C.R.M. goalie, Thickness. On the resumption Bulli con sistently attacked, but all move ments were repulsed by the C.R.M. defence, which was abiy led' by centre half Arthur Smith. Bulli eventually .gained the up per hand when outside right Mick Richardson gathered and crashed in a terrific drive from 25 yards out. This goal upset the C.R.M. team and shortly after right half Jock Hamilton added Bulli's third and final goal. Bulli 3 (Highland, Richardson, Hamilton) d. C.R.M. nil. Other results: ..A grade: Fernhill 5 beat Cole dale 2; T...

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The News Behind The News [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

The News Behind j The News (By 'Insider') UNSUNG HEROES are the hard working members of the Wollongong and District Repat riation Committee. These men, many of them disabled ex-, servicemen themselves, give long hours, week after week, to help ing the 'lame dog over the stile.' The committee's Secret tary, Mr. E. F. Blake, tells me they're. in need of more volun teer workers, particularly in .the northern Wollongong area. If you're game to tackle a hard job that pays only personal satisfaction, he'll be pleased to hear from you. '. ' ' ★ V ANOTHER OF THOSE goofy, pestiferous, 'Chain of Good Luck' letters came to the. office this week-end. it's a sendno money-proposition which- :gurari- tees the; faithful a spate of blessr, ings and the iconoclast the most dire of calamities., This- .one offered a new slant, saying President Rosevelt had .--.been elected to office just 52 hours after passing the letter on. ; ' SHADES OF NINOTCHkA! ^What on earth can the tongue twister 'Portuszlanska'...

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Woonona Out Of State Soccer Cup [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

I Woonona Out Of State Soccer Cup (By 'Ex-Intcrnational') Woonona were eliminated from the State Soccer Knockout Cup yesterday by 6 goals to 3 by Granville. Granville won the aamc main ly because their combination was superior to Woonona. This was brought about by the grand understanding of their halves, Rowland, A. Marshall arid Hen derson. These halves gave their for wards well directed ground pass es which quickly placed Gran ville in the lead when Ray Mar shall, their star centre forward, who gave a grand display throughout, snapped up the first goal for Granville after Poole, centre half for Woonona had made a faulty clearance to con cede a corner kick to Granville. Woonona were playing attack ing football but their direction was poor and the execution by their forwards in front of goal, with the ,exception of E. Drain, was even worse. Granville went further ahead when T. Choats scored their sec ong goal from a mix up with a penetrating drive that Worthing tan never sighted. Wo...

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DRUMMOYNE OUTCLASSED BY WOONONA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 17 July 1950

DRUMMOYNE (XTO.ASSSD BY WOONONA (By 'Ex-International') Drummoyne was outclassed by five goals to nil on Saturday in the game which meant much to Woonona, who now has a defi nite chance of reaching the semi-finals. Drummoyne opened well and forced Woonona onto the defen sive, but they fell away badly as tho Wnnnnna Vinlvos rri'flflnnllv gained the upper hand, and in machinelikc style unwound some grand toe-ball, with which Drummoyne failed to cope. Duff, Poole and Jones pushed the ball ahead to the vanguard with such combination that Drummoyne defence was run ning round in circles. . Mainly through the brainy scheming of Jimmy Cunning ham, who executed a perfect dummy which bewildered the op posing defence, outside left A. Thomas ran in fast , to score Woonona's first goal. ' Woonona kept up the attack and if R. Lord, Drummoyne goalkeeper, had not come to the rescue with a fine exhibition of catching and diving to keep out the aggressive Woonona for wards the score- would probably h...

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