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District Reds to Speak on Korea [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

District Reds to Speak on Korea A public meeting to discuss the Korea question has been called by the South Coast branch of the Communist Party. It will be held on July 23 in the Wollongong Trades Hall. . Speakers at the meeting will be the Southern District -Miners' President (Mr. .'W. Parkinson), the Secretary of th-s South Coast District C o rri m unist Party (Mr.- E. Aarons) :and , Mr. T. .McAloon, of the 7 Eureka Yout'h League. .Mr. Aarons has extended an inyitation .the general public. io,;,attend the;, meeting.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Miners To Meet Premier; No Date Fixed [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Miners To Meet Premier; No Date Fixed The President of the Southern District Miners (Mr. W. Parkin son) said yesterday, that no defi nite. date had yet been fixed . for district miners' representatives to confer with the. Premier. (Mr. J. McGirr) on anomalies in the Workemn's Compensation Act. ?Mr. Parkinson said that ' fol lowing1 the district's .- aggregate meeting on June 22, during which the Act was discussed, correspondence was ; directed to , the area.'s State Parliamentar ians, Messrs. L. B. Kelly, R. P. XI Connor, .and- H. Fowles. 'In these letters we outlined the wish of the miners to meet the Premier,' said Mr, Parkin son. 'We have had replies from Mr. Fowles and Mr. Kelly, but no definite date for the meeting ?has yet been set down.' ? ? ? ~ i

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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GAOL TERM FOR MAN WITH "UNSAVOURY RECORD" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

GAOL TERM FOR MAN WITH 'UNSAVOURY RECORD' A 29-year-old labourer with an 'unsavoury record', was sentenced to nine- months'; hard labour by Mr, J. Fleema'n, S.M., in , Wollongong Court of 'Petty. Sessions yesterday for . 'having illegally taken and: used a inocoi;' car on July 11.' The man was John Lewin, alias John Albert Burns, of 91 ^Barcom AjVeriuoV- Darlinghurst. Lewin pleaded guilty ' to the oharg'i;. ^ !':. The car was the property of Eric Holland, of Nowra. ' Constabe G. A.. Cox, of Wol longong, said he- saw Lewin ' driving' a car in Crown, :Street, Wollongong' on - July 11, which was one which had been, re ported as stolen from Nowra. He followed the car and stop ped' Lewin on the corner of Corrimal and ' Crown Streets. ? Holland, who left the car be hind ; his butcher's shop In Nowra at about 2.40 p.m. that afternoon, had reported it as stolen at/4.50 p.m. and Lewin was stopped at about 6.40 p.m., said .Constable Cox. There was no damage, lie added.'' : .The officer stated...

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New Australian Convicted On Two Charges [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

NewAustraliaii Convicted On Two Charges A New Australian was con victed in Wollongong Court of Petty Sessions yesterday on two charges, one of having driven under the influence of intoxicating liquor and the I other of having unlawfully! carried a pillion passenger. A third charge, that of. having driven negligently, was ad journed until August 15. The man was Ronauld Kry skiwicz, 25, labourer, who lives at the Steelhaven Hostel, Crin gila. ' 'I ?Constable P. L. Keirnan, ofi Wollongong Police, said he had. gone with two other .police offic ers to Corrimal Street, Wollon gong, on Saturday, July 15, as the result of a complaint. A short distance south . of Burelli Street; he saw ICryski ivicz riding a motor cycle in a northerly direction at a slowj speed, and he was carrying a pillion passenger. . ' The cycle was wobbling. Asi the .police truck drew close,, the cycle tipped over and both the men were thrown to the road way. ? ,7 The rider of the 'cycle Svas drunk, Constable Keirnan sa...

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Promotion For Sea Cadets [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Promotion For Sea Cadets As from July 15, . Cadets A Duncan, D. Crowe, K. Booth, J Jones, B. Desborough and B Only have been rated Ordinary Seamen. ' Next' Saturday, Cadets H. Sheppard, D. andiM. Magee, R. Elierton,- G. 'Miller and' 'J: Hut ley ' will' '.be sitting for ; tile first part of, the. Able Seamen's Ex amination. ' Last .week the Unit gave a Welcome to J., Patterson and M. Westbu'ry.' who have; joined the depot' as h'ew: entry cadets.' , . The. officers of tlie unit are pleased to' 'see the number of boys who are,' joining. The strength | to 'dfite' numbers .40 , boy's. To | train . these' boys' efficiently more, iristhictors' 'are' 'required' and -an appeal is made to aiiy ex-naval men in this* district who can spare four 'hours per. wreek to ' help ,ii%this4 i: '\ f i | There are still' vacancies' in the senior section for boys over 13 and under 18 who wish to join the depot, as cadets. Uniforms are issued on permanent loan. All enquiries will be answered at the Drill Ha...

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ASSAULT ON WOMAN "COWARDLY" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

ASSAULT ON WOMAN 'COWARDLY' 'This is a cowardly business— to take to a, woman and pull her hair out,' said Mr. J. Fleeman in Wollongong Court of Petty Sessions yesterday in giving a 34-years-old clerk a suspended sentence for asaulting his wife. The man was Bernard Scan Ion, who pleaded guilty to the charge of unlawfully assaulting his .wife, May Scanlon, on Julv 14. ^ . Detective T. H. Anderton, of Wollongong, told the court Scan Ion's wife was employed at the Harp Hotel, Wollongong. She went to a toilet ^at^.th'^ re'ar-.bf the ho.tel and -her iiusbarid ii'ad.' -'followed her.'-''- :«? « He pushed open the- door and had punched hei' on the face neck and body. He had a!s pulled part of her hair out.' ?When Detective'Ahdertbri wen' to the toilet, he, could hear Mrs Scanlon - screaming very loudlv. He forced1 the door open and saw Scanlon holding his wife by tht , hair with his left hand; and punching her with his. right. He pulled Scanloii away f ron the woman and out of the toilet W...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Thornton Broadcasts From Moscow [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Thornton J ?? vi*.; )?, « Broadcasts Froiii Moscow i LONDON, Monday (A.A.P.). — Ernest Thornton, in a statement broadcast by Moscow Radio last night, described the decision of the Australian Parliament in supporting ...the ...Government's action in Dlacina Australian naval and air forces at General MacArthur's disposal as .'scan- dalous.' Thornton is a member of the executive committee of the World Federation of Trades Unions and formerly national secretary , of the Ironworkers' Federation in Australia. He described General ? Mac Arthur as the American dicta tor in Japan and said that the Australian Parliament's ? deci sion -was the most recent ex ample. of' political developments which were 'endangering Aus tralian independence ana lead ing to Australia becoming a mere ' colony of the United States.' . ; . He adedd: 'There can be no justification fO;r this scandalous decision: No man with a shred of honesty can support the use of Australian armed forces by MacArthur- in. Korea. The...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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GUIDE FLAGS DEDICATED AT BROWNSVILLE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

GUIDE FLAGS DEDICATED AT BROWNSVILLE The flags of the Dapto com pany of the Girl Guides were dedicated at a service held in St. Luke's Church of England, Brownsville, on Sunday morning. TUam *nn a r% Inptfa f-nn tn'offofinn and the rector, Rev. V. A, Evans, officiated at the service. The choir led the procession into the church, followed by visiting and district Guides. The flags of the visiting Guides were placed in .the Sanctuary, after, which the flags of the Dapto Guides were dedicated and also placed in the Sanctuary. At the conclusion of the ser vice the Dapto Guides formed a guard of honour for the visiting Guides and the congregation. ' Mrs. R. D. Aspinall, in the ab sence of the District Commis sioner for Girl Guides (Mrs Browning) owing to illness, was in charge of the Guides.

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

PRINTING INK Almost all our knowledge comes from the printed word. W» can therefore regard PRINTING INK as one of the most ? important products in the progress of a nation. Johannes Gutenberg of Mainz, Germany, is credited with the invention of the printing press, and so he would also be the first to use a typo of printing ink. The Gutenberg Bible, printed in ? 1455, is one of the world's most valuable books. ' ? Printing ink was manufactured for the first time in Australia by Mr. F. T. Wimble in May, 1868. It was used to print the. old 'Evening Star' newspaper which was also cut from the first paper made in Australia. Some idea of the vast quantity of ink used in our modern world can be realised by the fact that an Australian daily newspaper ' consumes more than 5 tons of ink each week. But such has been the progress of the printing ink Industry that Australian manufacturers, supply all requirements. Standard printing ink is a mixture of oil and carbon black, a by-product of the pe...

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£150,000 PETROLEUM TERMINAL IN NG [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

£150,000 PETROLEUM * TERMINAL IN NG New Guinea s first commercial bulk petroleum terminal was officially opened at Lac recently by Colonel J. Murray, Ad ministrator of Papua and New Guinea. Above is an aerial view of the £150,000 installation. It was built by the Vacuum Oil Co. Vacuum will open another bulk terminal at Port Moresby. This should further improve the distribution of ^ petroleum products.

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N.Z. Hockey Tourists Defeat South Zone [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

N.Z. Hockey Tourists Defeat South Zone GOULBURN, Monday. — The touring Nfew Zealand hockey team | ; today defeated the Southern Zone (Orookwell-Goulburn) 6-0 after leading '??^D.-'afc-half time: . ? Scores; New. ^Zealand ? 6 (I. Smith 3, R. Dunning, J. Tynan, R. Partridge) beat Southern Zone 0

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

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Junior Hockey Titles [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Junior Hockey Titles SYDNEY, Monday.— In a fast game, New South Wales defeated the titleholders, Western Aus tralia, 3-2, in the second; round of the Australian Junior Hockey Championships ai Rydalmere to aay. /.'New South ? Wales? and Queensland are the only; teams undefeated in the championships. In the other matches.; today Queensland 4 beiat Victoria! 2, and South Australia 8 bea.t Tasmania 2. . i^With another three matfches to fie.' 'played, the points ' .'table -is: NS.W. and'. Queensland South Australia and 'Western1 Australia 2t~ Victoria ^and ' Tasmania 0. . Results today j were;' N.S.W. 3 (B; -Flack i; D.'Diyes) -beat West ern Australia 2 (E. Pearse 2). Queensland 4 (C. Carrie 2, L. Cocker, D. White) beat Victoria 2 (M. Craig, A. Berry) ,-v South' Australia 8 (G. R. Ste vens 4, T. Staggs 2, P.^Gibbons 2) beat Tasmania 2 (J. Pool, K. Jack). , v

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BENNETT DEFEATS KENNEDY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

BENNETT DEFEATS KENNEDY ?'.SYDNEY, Monday.— Canberra lightweight Merv. Bennett, 9.12 dropped Barry Kennedy, 9.1H in the' fifth roUnd of a 12-round boutr at, the, Sydney Stadium to night. ' ' '' In the second 12rrounder Norm Praiine, 9.45 beat Charlie Dunn, 9.5, ? when Dunn was disqualified in the sbcorid round.

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Indecent Behaviour Brings £5 Fine [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Indecent Behaviour Brings £5 Fine Robert John Williams, of Crown Street, Wollongong,. was fined .£5 in Wollongong Court of Petty Sessions yesterday for hav ing behaved in an indecent man ner in Crown Street on July 13. Constable' J. M. O'Keefe said the 55-years-old clerk had com mitted the act outside the en trance to the Town Hall. Williams pleaded guilty, but said 'I cannot remember it.'

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Two Fined For Fighting [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Two Fined For Fighting 'Why don't you go to a vacant allotment if you want to fight?', said Mr. Fleeman, S.M., in Woll ongong Court of Petty Sessions yesterday when finjng two men £3 each for offensive behaviour in Crown Street, Wollongong on Saturday, July 15. The men charged were Reuben Charles Holdsworth, .27, rigger, of Crown Street, Wollongong, and Alan Lawlis, 23, of Hoskins Street, Cringila. Constable F; L. Keirnan of Wollongong said as the result of a complaint, he went to a club at the lower end of Crown Street and saw Holdsworth and Lawlis fighting in a passageway which led to the entrance of the club. 'It was a willing fight' said Constable Keirnan 'and was watched by a crowd of men. There was also a considerable amount of indecent language be ing used,' he added. They had a fight earlier in the day and Lawlis had told him he looked for the other man to start it again. 'I have warned you before about this type of offence,' said Mr. Fl'eeman in fining both £3.

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Assistant Sec. For Corrimal P. & C. Auxiliary [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

Assistant Sec. For Corrimal P. & C. Auxiliary At a meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of the Corrimal P. & C. Association, Mrs. Potts ten dered her resignation as Secre tary on account of indifferent health and other secretarial duties, but later agreed to con tinue in office, with an assistant. ine weaamistress (Miss jsiaKe; expressed the hope that Mrs. Potts would reconsider her. de cision as the association would be very sorry to lose Mrs. Potts' services. She had worked so un remittingly for the benefit of both; Infants' and Primary de partments that the unanimous desire was that she would con tinue, but if, for health reasons such a step was necessary the resignation- would have to be ac cepted with very deep regret. After other members , had add ed . their persuasive remarks Mrs. Potts- agreed to ' continue with Mrs. Hendrick as Assis tant Secretary. . It was decided to hold a fancy dress juvenile ball on August 17 with a. nominal charge for . ad mission. j Prize...

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STALIN'S PLAN TO END KOREAN WAR [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

STALIN'S PLAN TO END KOREAN WAR NEW YORK, Monday (A.A.P.). — Stalin has suggested that the United Nations should seat Com munist China in the Security Council as a first step in ending the Korean war, the 'New York I Times' reported today. j This in effect was His reply to the Indian Prime Minister, Mr. Pandit Nehru's proposals for localising the Korean conflict and settling it within the United Na tions. The 'Times' said it had re ceived confidential information on the contents of the Soviet lead er's note to New Delhi. Stalin told Nehru he agreed that 're-activation of the Se curity Council should be the first step in ending the Korean dis pute and all other problems.' Stalin said he 'welcomed Nehru's initiative in trying to restore peace in Korea.' He also agreed with Nehru that settlement of all the dif ferences existing in the world to day would be furthered by the seating of the Chinese Commu nists. The 'Times' said Stalin ob viously meant this would lead to the return of the ...

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FINE PLAYING BY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

FINE PLAYING BY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Last night's concert at the Civic theatre, the second of the 1950 series promoted by the Il lawarra Symphony Orchestra, will be remembered by the large at tendance of enthusiastic sup porters as a night of fine, at umes mrniing, piaying irom ait parts of the orchestra, led by Miss Beryl Schumann. Dr. Edgar Bainton, as guest conductor, directed the orchestra with exacting precision, co operating all sections into a blend of. rich tonal colour which pervaded the whole programme of works performed. The Concerto No. 4 in D (Mo zart)- for Violin and Orchestra, with ;Mr. Moore-MacMalion, the resident conductor, as the soloist, was the highlight of the evening. He gave a rigorous, crafts-1 manlike interpretation, rich in expression and performance, the cadenzas being particularly well executed. SUBDUED AND EXPRESSIVE Dr. Bainton guided the orches .tra through the various move ments in an exacting manner, keeping a subdued and expressive accompaniment comp...

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British Consul Held [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 18 July 1950

British Consul Held ^UINIJUJN, (Monday (A.A.P.).— * The' Foreign Office announced yesterday that it had 'been in formed by the Soviet Govern ment that Captain Vyvyan Holt, British Consul-General in Seoul at the time' of the 'North Kor ean occupation of the Southern capital, is now in Pyongyang, the North Korean capital.

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