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Woman Fined On Language Charge [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Woman Fined On Language Charge I A 20-years-old woman was fin ed in the Wollongong Court of Petty Sessions for using in decent language at the Official Reserve, Port Kembla, on Sun day, July 16. She was Daphne Anne Killner, of the Official Camp, Port Kem bla;. . : ,...:/ ; ?/?.,- Constable L. J. Stanton of Ft. Kembla said he/ saw: Killner in a drunken . condition being ; escort ed to a hut in 'the camp-by her husband, and she had used the language objected to twice — be- fore entering the hut and when inside. She had spoken in a loud tone and could have been heared by the several men, women and children nearby. Pleading guilty to the charge, she was fined £5 by Mr. J. Flee man, S.M.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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MORE AUST. KOREAN AID POSSIBLE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

[?] CANBERRA, Monday. — An eariy meeting of defence chiefs, to; prepare a report on possible further' Australian assistance to the United Nations' forces in Korea, has ; been asked fbr by 'the Acting Prime Minister (Mr. Fadden). Mr. Fadden today confirmed, at a 'Press conference, that a request for information regard ing future possible assistance to U.N. has 'been received by the Government. . He said that following receipt of the request 'he consulted his Ministers in Australia and cabled the Prime Minister (Mr. Menzfes), who is in close con sultation with the authorities ir. the United Kingdom. ' iMr. Fadden said that the Uni ted Nations' request to Aus tralia was 'not specific ' but more in the nature of a general request to member countries.' He , said he 'could not release details. Mi\ Fadden said the calling of a special meeting of Cabinet or a special . sitting of Parliament to consider the request . would depend upon advice tendered to him after the request had, been fuily ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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2000 More Prefab Home To Be Ordered [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

2000 More Prefab Stags MELBOURNE, Monday. — The Common wealth. Department of Works and Housing will immediately order 2,000 prefabricated houses from overseas. TH'e .Minister for National Development, Mr. Casey, made the announcement, today. Mr. Casey said that because of the Government's decision to introduce the national ' service scheme as early as possible it was necessary immediately to step up the importation of pre fabricated houses as the Aus tralian building industry was un able ' to meet the need. The 2000 houses would be ad ditional to the 1700 for which contracts for 'supply and erec and to the 500 to meet housing tion were let some weeks ago needs in Canberra. He said that the programme would cost more than £10 mil lion in all. I The accommodation would be in all Stales for married mem bers ol' the armed forces with provision for some essential Commonwealth purposes. - Such supplies as electrical wiring and stoves for the hous es could be provided from Aus tralian produ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

FEDERAL INCOME TAX AND SOCIAL SERVICES CONTRIBUTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RETURNS OF INCOME derived during the rw ended i 01 h jitne, I 'J 5 0, arc required to be furnished in the prescribed manner to me, by all persons specified hereunder, on or before the dates hereinafter stared:— 1. ON PIT BEFORE 31st JULY; 1950— By all persons (other than partners or beneficiaries in trust ? estates) who derived income from any. source during the year ended 30th June, 1950, being income from the following classes — ...- ? . '. . . (a) -salaries, wages, allowances, bonuses, stipends, overtime. . .. . or .other remuneration as. employees; or ^ (b) rent, interest, annuities, dividends, or any other source except, from a ; business, trade or profession. ? ? RETURN FORM S should be used where an employee's income ? ? was from class (a) ' only, or where iri addi- : , tion to. income from class (a) income from .'/, ' Commonwealth Loan interest and/or interest ? ' : / from Savings Banks was recei...

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£40 Fines For Street Betting [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

£40 Fines For Street Betting Two men were fined a total of £40 by Mr. J. Fleeman, S.M., in- Wollonqorig Court of Petty Sessions yesterday for street getting on Saturday. Pleading, guilty, to -the charge, Frederick Keith Freene, machin ist of Henley I Avenue, Wollon gong, was , fined f20-' for -/street betting in a yard''at/th'e rear of the /Wollongong Royal Hotel. : ' '. Sgt. P. J. E. Russell said when arrested, Freene. had in' his posr session a book which- showed seven bets ranging from 5/- to io/-. : ? .-r ? . Sgt. Russell also, gave eyidence against George Leslie Allen Ire-. ( land, 48, electrician, .of ' Regent ; Street, Wolloiigong, who had in his possession on July 15 in Mar ket Street two pieces of ? paper i showing two bets of 2/6.' Mr. Fleeman also fined Ireland- £20. 1

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Wollongong Moves On Flood Relief [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Wollongong Moves On Flood Relief Applications for flood relief should be made in the first in stance to the State Government, the Minister for Development (Mr. Casey) has advised Mr. W. Davies, M.H.R, Mr. Davies had made represen tations to the Minister on be half' of thp riifw nf woll- ongong council for financial assistance for flood damage. ; 'I can appreciate the concern the; council feels .in this rriatter,' th.q Minister said. The Commonwealth was ' co operating with the State Govern ment' said. the Minister, to alle viate the hardship' caused by re cent floodings, but he regretted, .. it was not possible for the Com inonwealth ' to:-deal directly' with Local Government authorities. ? ?' : . rt '? '- '' 'D 1ST R ICT- ASS I ST AN CB-\ l : Mr. W. Davies is .endeavouring to havo residents in the north ern section of the district, whose homes have been badly, damag ed or destroyed by earth move ment, following recent rains,, to . be treated in the same manner as those in the' floo...

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SYDNEY WATERSIDERS SUSPENDED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

SYDNEY; / ; 1 WATERSIDERS SUSPENDED SYDNEY, Monday. — Two Sydney waterside workers who refused to assist in loading.- six aircraft engines for the R.A.A.F. in Japan on the liner Changte have been suspended-: for' 24 hours. ... './. ... This suspension period/. '-will end tomorrow morning,- when the two men will again', be; ros terecl for work. : . The suspension was imposed by the port representative of the Stevedoring Industry Board In Sydney (Mr. J. D. McKay). Mr.- McKay said tonight that the S.I.B. was treating the. in cident as a 'normal industrial matter.' - ? * -; ? He added .that the mcn.\h'ad been suspended .? for, refusal . to handle cargo and the.;board .was not concerned with '. its nature. If any other action .were to be taken against the two watersid ers over the - incident, it would have to be done By the :appro priate authorities, Mi\.''McKay said. ' .

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Scalded At Home [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Scalded At Home A 20-years-old .Balgownie girl was scalded yesterday when she upset a saucepan of boiling water in her home. She was Yvonne Roberts, of William Street, Bal gownie.' * Miss Roberts was taken by the Illawarra .District Ambulance to a -doctor for treatment. She was then allowed to go home.

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JAPS TRY TO ESCAPE CHARGE OF MURDER OF AMERICAN AIRMEN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

dlARGE OF MURDER* OF AMERICAN AIRMAN LOS NEGROS, Monday ( A. A.P. -Renter). — Defending counsel, Choji Nakayama, to day objected against the trial here of three alleged Japanese war criminals accused of murdering an American airman at Bougain ville in 1943, claiming that the Americans had already tried the case at Yokohama. Prosecutor Major Alex McKay' challenged the statement by one of the accused, Sergeant Major Saeiatoshi Sakamoto, that he' 'had been charged by the Americans',' and declared that only ' a Captain ' Ito Had been tried. .,«, - . . | ?Sakamoto, Lieiit.-Col. ICiyoshi, Miyakawa and Captain Hiroshi Fukaya. were charged with the murder, iat 'Ereventa,. Bougain ville, in' December 1943. j Witli Sergeant-Major Denroku j Kano./ they are also charged! ?with' murdering three Australian! prisoners of war at Maika, South'- Bougainville, in August that year. The ? court resumed today after four days' adjournment for Japanese preparation of the defence. The prosecution claimed th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Wed., Thurs. ^ Wednesday July 26 . and Sat. only . W playing wed., MSB matinee SAT. 2 P.E THURS^ ^^SAT, lj l /3 y Courtesy ''col^le^Palmolive ^^0 Unit) ? ?' ' ^ -ronKSHiRt '0?T,^..u«- 1 'MO' APPEARS IN PERSON g* ''' '''' '' I I5Y ARRANGEMENT WITH \VJ f ''dttk 1 COLGA'rE-pALMOLIVE RADIO j|ff_ & Ifll| I |?|rSl | ^ n \ w|jn|ER - ii p*^Jp illirHlfi I I David HOGARTH Professor MATTISON B 111 -| -irmTIi ?*&Bti&nr'T?/;. Dtybom Humourist Curope's Eccentric'- J^^aSPR°OA^%li |jjg| and Impressionist Dancing Star , p'.v ;?.,;»» ?l's°' |£fl|by FRANKS Reg THORPE - - '^ic f sssis? W^lS' %. . Ske#*® V 'Bozo' HAVES I® PONDS %*&»k *? «V\. \ Hobo-hemion a- ? T?T¥ ^ ,,.il \ Comedy Riot high-voltage J ;,'/fel fv^ \ F^tS® k % Q tt.^ \ Jean Rftl John GILBERT Jeanne CAMERON jL'c^SmjV^ ?0V^? \ Rod HOLMES Pauline KENYON DON le „ I mfe® r Famous HELLZA' GIRLS 9 ^ o* o / * V*s % Qnginal 'Hellzapoppin' Musical nlSlr /^Hu v I ^ 5/** ^ n,rccror ° a e P h o r s o

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FERRIER, SNEAD WIN ROUND ROBIN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

FERRIER, SNEAD WIN ROUND ROBIN TOLEDO (Ohio), Monday (A.A.P.). — Jim Ferrier and Sam Snead won the Inverness round robin golf tournament by a wide margin yesterday. Their plus 18 score for seven best-ball matches was the second largest' total in the his tory of th6 event. Freddie Hass and Fred Haw kins; with a plus 5, were second. Ferrier and Snead shared the first prize, £1876.

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Baby Moa's Reversal Of Form; Narrowly Wins Illawarra Stake [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Baby ioa's Reversal Of Form ; Narrowly Wins Illawarra Stake Displaying an amazing reversal of form, Baby Moa relished the heavy going to last long enough to beat Neat Brandy and Lady Banfort in the Illa wara Stake at the Wollongong greyhound meeting last night. The winner started at 15/1. There were few bets laid ? about Baby Moa which finished last here at Wollongong in a similar race on July 3. One well known bookmaker laid the odds to 2/- but the majority of the 'bag boys' declared it to be a 'skinner.' The favourite of the race was Lady Baitfort which was backed in from 4/1 to 2/1. Neat Brandy the original elect went out from , 6/4 to' 9/4. Baby Moa and Neat Brdndy were the first into stride and at the first turn Lady Banfort v suffered a severe chock and dropped back from third to sec ond n last. Past the judges box the first time and Baby Moa still held a slight advantage over Neat Brandy while Lady Banfort was travelling badly in second last place.. Along the back of the cour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

'Daily Mercury'* Classified Advertisements - RATES: Two shillings lor first 14 words (approximately three lines); sixpence for each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch. ? ? DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS, N.S.W. ENGINE CLEANERS ' . (17£ TO 35 YEARS) AND LABOURERS REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY AT THIRROUL LOCOMOTIVE DEPOt Annual Leave, Free Rail Passes, Sick Pay / and Superannuation. Benefits. . PERMANENT WORK. Apply: District Locomotive Engineer, THIRROUL, for iur ther -particulars', or to the Employment Officer, 5th Floor, Railway Office, 509 Pitt Street (opposite Central Railway Station), SYDNEY. S. R. NICHOLAS, , ; ./ Secretary lor Railways. Positions Vacant .. FREIDELLE t j REQUIRE EXPERIENCED TWIN-NEEDLE AND BUTTON MACHINIST. : ALSO, EXPERIENCED MACHINIST. ? Apply MISS CLARK, 32-34 Auburn Street / PHONE 873. JFQR SALE / -- rpHE ^ -New ..Parker Aero'.'Pens are* available at Reddans Pharmacy, ;297 Cro.wn, St., Wol longong. / ' .v i ? FOR SALE Y^OOD posture helps you look. ; jvltal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

BIG REDUCTIONS in Men's Pyjamas and Cardigans at ISerlile Merit 4^ THIS WEEK ONLY. MEN'S CARDIGANS SMALL MEN'S to O.S. - | /^ecjuccd from 35/- to And from 54/-' to; 3#/- ' : i'iH W'3 Men's Suedella . IFlanneiietU PYJAMAS . ^ Good quality. Stripes and WlA 'Pi WERE 29/6.. To Cear at , . . 18/1 1 I mm HERBIE HERD Yr\ 158 CROWN STREET, Q) WOLLONGONG

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General Smuts to Resume In January [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

General Smuts To Resume In January ? . CAPETOWN, Monday (A.A.P.) — G-eneral . Smuts said , in Pre toria yesterday that ?he*intend- : ed . to resume .parliamentary work next January. ' General Smuts is; recovering from pneumonia.

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Trainees' Pay Question Not Yet Decided [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Trainees' Pay Question Not Yet Decided ? CANBERRA, iMonday. — Ques- tioned as- to what camps might be used as accommodation foi trainees under the National Training Scheme, and other de tails now under active consid eration by the sub-committee of Caibinet, the Acting Prime Min ister (Mr. Fadden) said today last week's two-days' confer ence on the problem had : deci ded only on the .principles in volved, ' Details such as whether the Government would make up the pay of trainees while absent from their employment were still under consideration.

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OBITUARY MR. W. J. COLLISTER [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

- n——w— 0BIT11ARY MR. W. J.' COtLISTER . ?VSf: Wiilia^i . Jatrie^ ? Cqllister, of 17- High' Street, ^ooponai' died at- his home.'.'yesterday, ? ageel' 4§. In addition ';to' 'liis ' children, -Mr .: ; jC ojlistiers. -Is? ? suryiyed, -,by' his wife,- .Mrs.' Hannah* Alice Coliis jer. - h'-L..:. ' ?tonjprro.w f rojn;^ Gplea^. -, funeral ChapM.iWuilici/iRev.^^de^ ? the'Bulli ehurcii of 'England, \vil| conduct i'services at- ? thp^ wbrprii ora . Crematorium;:; ',

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Mo McCackie In "Hellzapoppin" for Wollongong [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Mo McCackie In 'Hellzapoppin' for Wollongong Australia's most loved- com edian, who has entertained resi dents through the medium of the radio. -regularly on Tuesday and Friday night for so many years, 'Mo' is coming lo Wol longong in person. He, ..will appear in the world - famous musical revue, O'scn and Johnson's 'Hellzapoppin/.' with a complete cast of 35 principals, in cluding tlis original American star acts. Nearly every citi7cn has want ed -to. see and hear i:i person .this famous radio, stage and screen 'Mo' I star, 'Mo McCackie.' Stories of his humour are legendary, and whilst a few have seen this re markable stage hit during its season at the Empire Theatre, Sydney, Olsen and Johnson have included Wollongong for a brief season during its world tour. This famous laughter musical revue has already created an all-time record in Australia. It has played a continuous season of 18 months. Previous to this, - the show played for -four years n New York, at the Wintergarden Theatr...

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Handy Hints For Taxpayers [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Handy Hints For ? Taxpayers The following hints, suggested by the visiting taxation officers, Messrs. S. C. Moulds and R. J. Hardacre, should prove of paritcular interest to taxpayers engaged in complet'ing their returns due on July 31. (1) Carefuliy read through i the return form and the in- i slructions appearing on the! back. . | (2) Write ^-'yroui* ^sur;^fit^',j ;iri , block letters and' always give your Christian names in full. The use of the words senior and junior should always be made Where tnere^aro two -persons of ihe samq: riani'e living/at /an- ad lrcss and lodging returna'.' (3) Indicate clearly .your full saidential address and the' ad Iress to which you desire your lotice of assessment, or other ?orrespondence to. issue. - In this regard it is' i'mpbrtant iat any change of address hould be notified to, .the De-. artment immediately. This nay save unnecessary delay, and L-ouble later ? on. . / (4) Care should be taken to ee that all income -is included opposite the app...

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MR J. A. GIBSON. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

' MR. J. A. GIBSON. An ex-serviceman ,oi ? world War ; I, John 'Albert- Gibson, of Towradgi Road, Reidtown,. died in the- Wollongong District; Hos pital yesterday morning, ' H^ was aged 63. ' ' ' - ' : ' : Mr, Gibson, who served with th$ ... Australian . Imperial forces for four years, was a member of the Corrimal sub-branch of the R.S.L. He reside^ in Corrimal for 40 years and worked as, a miner. Tlie funerals will leave Parsons' Funeral Parlours, Wollongong, this afternoon for the Woronora ' Crematorium.- Rev. . Barret,- of I the Corrimal. ' : Presbyterian [Church, will officiate.

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