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Party To Aid Flood Victims [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Party To Aid Flood Victims Members of the Order of the Amaranth held a happy party in the Guide Hall yesterday I afternoon in aid of flood relief 'funds. | : There were 15. tables, at which : .guest's played a novelty, game j ?Which caused much amusement.! Mrs,. N. Shepherd won. the' pri?e, . and during the afternoon miss j-jctuituue onyiy gttve twu recitations. At afternoon tea-time, Mrs. Shaw, Royal Matron of .... the Ortier, thanked/guests and help ers., for making the afternoon such .a success. ' A market stall did brisks busi ness -and it is expected that ap proximately £10'. will be given to the flood relief appeal.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Coleman Wins On T.K.O. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Coleman Wins On T.K.O. SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Top-line' featherweight Ray C o 1 e m a n, 8.13, stopped Newcastle boxer Eddie Barton, 9.1, in the seventh round of a 12-round contest at . Leichhardt Stadium tonight. In -the second 12-rounder, Joe- Grqnt, 9.13, defeated . Len Pip- . pin,'. 9.1,2, on points. It. 'was1 Coleman's first fight after a few iponths 'spell, but; ;he easily outmatched his op-~ ponent. , . 'IU! Referee Art Mawspn stopped.' the \ fight at the end pf the ' seventh round, and declared Ctileman the winner. After ' a quiet opening round, . Coleman quickly set up a points lead and scored con sistently with body punches.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Shipping Movements [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Shipping Movements Arrived yesterday: Beckham from Whyalla, iron ore ; Birch grove Park, from Newcastle. Departed yesterday: Birch grove Park, for Sydney. Arriving today: 7 a.m., River Loddon from Sydney; 9 a.m., Avismoat from Whyalla, ore. Departures today: Korralya, 12.30 p.m., Melbourne, . steel ; Empire Gladstone, 6.30 a.m., Port Pirie; S;A., coke; River Loddon, p.m., Frcmantle, coke.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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BARRY SMITH HURT IN FALL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

BARRY SMITH HURT IN FALL ?.SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Former country jockey, Barry Smith suffered a 'dislocated right shoulder \vh§n his mount' fell! during a barrier trial at Rose-, bery t9day. Smith is unlikely to ride again for a month. ? ?; After an 'X-ray was taken, \ Smith, was allowed to leave with' his arm in a sling. ? 1 vyniie mpymg his mount, De-. cimai, out from the rails apr prpaching the Leger in the fifth' trial, he was heavily, throwii: ' -when his mount clipped the! heels of a horse in front. ' He . was struck by a following horse : and it lebked as thoughj he had been seriously injured. ?

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South Coast Rain Registrations [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

I South Coast Rain Registrations South Coast rainfall registra? * tions fpr the''24-hour period end? ing 9 a.m. Tuesday: Camden 7. Picton 19, Wpllpngpng 12, Rob? ertson 14, Bowral 14, Moss Vale 9, Sutton Forest 14, Kiama 53; Berry 30, Npwra 15, Crppkhaveij 21, Jervis Bay 21, Miitpn 17, Ulla dulla 37, Braid wppd 3, Aralueri 4, Bateman's Bay 19, Mpruya Heads 29, Port Kembla 24, Gabo Heads 29, Port Kembla 24.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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RED "SPY" CAUGHT BY F.B.I. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

RED 'SPY- CAUGHT BY F.B.I. W ASHINpTON, Tues-. day' (A.A.P.).— fDescrf bed as 'an- other important link in tHe Soviet espionage apparatus.' Julius Rosenberg, 32, engineer, was ar rested in Npw York ye'sterday on a charge of conspiracy to' commit espionage. .During the past twp months the F.B.I. . has arrested bior chemist Harry Gpld, scientist' Al- fred Dean', Slack, and former U;S. Armv sercearit David Ovppti. gftss on similar charges. . ? ; , Each is accused pf having passed top secrets to the Rus sians in wartime. They are air leged to have collabprated with Dr. Klaus Fuchs, atpriiic scien tist, whp has been gapled in Britain fpr. giving atomic 'se crets to Russia. ' » ? Wie F.B.I. alleged that Rosen berg gave Greenglass specific instructions as to the- type of secrets Russia desired, including 'classified technical information on the atpmic bomb.' SYDNEY, Tuesday.— The Act ing Prime Minister (Mr. Fad den) has invited State Govern ments to confer with the Fed eral Government on u...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1950.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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B.H.P. STRIKE HINGES ON MANAGEMENT REPLY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

B.H.P. STRIKE HINGES ON MANAGEMENT REPLY NEWCASTLE, Tuesday.— The B.H.P. steelworks management is expected to reply tomorrow morning to union proposals made today to settle the strike at the works. Crane drivers on strikefat the soaring pits approved the pro posals this morning. They had discussed the com pany's reply to their original proposals to end the strike. ' : It' is understood that the main point in issue is one of seniority pf the staff appointee, Curtis, and a union member, Hunter.*; If the strike is caned o— tp morrow, steps are expected to be taken immediately to get the plant back into productipn. If there is no settlement, the company will go ahead with a (etting-.down programme and 'by tomorrow night about 5000 men wilj be out of work. The men, this morning, heard a reply from the company tp the; unien prppbsals submitted yesterday. These proposals were that the company should offer the posi tion of crane driver at the soak ing pits to Hunter and that Cur tis should ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

: Why we sell |§j| .'TMGflMIIRjE if ? REFRIGERATORS J9 SiflWSMIKE jgs Thero are several reasons why we sell Sp ( Frigidaire refrigerators exclusively. j|| | One of these Is, -frankly, more people want J to'buy Frigidaire refrigerators . . . theyVo | made by General Motors and they'ro * - * easiest to sell. Another Is . ... wis want to give the best'/; j-:| service possible. And to do this we must sell fine products, j * But asidefrom'all this, more than II million ^ ? ? Frigidaircs have been built and sold, which ^ *s a Pretty good indication of just how good I they are ... and another reason why we sell. S rinrir^^ TriqidaiYe sndOjM l^ieldire WW you're twice as jure with two great names— FRIG/DA/RE— ? ?Jl_ made only by GENERAL MOTORS. '' AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ONLY FROM Lindsay & Bruce PHONES: THE SERVICE HOUSE 573 & 1573. 250 CROWN ST., WOLL.

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Two Cars, One Motor Cycle Stolen Yesterday [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Two Cars, One Motor Cycle Stolen Yesterday , Two cars and. a motor cycle, were, reported stolen rin'*Wollqnv go'ng yesterday. v- ' '- ; ' One' of the motor cars, stolen from outside the Wollongong Soldiers' Club, was recovered a fc-v hours later. „ \ 1 -Thg car ?'which- has' bpep /r'p-; covered is the iproperty of the Woonona Co-operative Society. It, ..Ayas; fqijnd §§v,eral ' hpur^ after the report of ? the tiipft, about half a mile from where it was taken. . -Another car, stolen, from the front bf the' Electricity Depart ment, Church Street, Wolion ..gong, -yesterday .'Jias. not yet been located. It is the property of Mr. J .A. Balmer, District Electrical Engineer, and bears Jt£e licence, number,, GF 9.36. , . Police are also looking for a motor cycle stolen fr.ofji the j Looray Guest House, Port Kem ibla, on Monday night. 0

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

RETURN THANKS Mr. WALTER T. J. MASCQRD and daughter GWEN, of 69 Collins Street; Corrimal, wish to express their sincere apprecia tion to Dr. L. H. Foy, Matron and Staff of - tho Wollongong District Hospital, also relatives and friends for their great kindness and, expressions of sympathy in their recent sad be reavement. _

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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PORT KEMBLA COMMISSION HOMES SEEN BY MR. GALLOP [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

PORT KEMBLA COMMISSION HOMES SEEN BY MR. GALLOP The chairman of t^e Housing Commission (Wr- Qallop) during 3 visit. |p P9.pt Kerpblp . made an inspection pf the Port Kpmbla Housing pgpimission ? settlement. The visit had been arranged by the Port Kembla Branch of thp, A.L.B. through Mr. Cpnnor, M.fj.A. Mr. Qallop wqiss -ac.conir pamea py jvir. jj.onijpr anq . om cprs pf hi^ ' department , when making hi? inspectipn, 'and the President of the Port 'Kembla A.L.p. . ,(Mr. : J. Fifzpatrick). . '? The first complaint dealt with was thp n^a^ter of thp defective electric stqves installed- in the Churchill Aypnue af^a. ^.fter inspecting a ijumber of the units Mr. -G.^llpp gave in structions for thp jrpmed'iate re placement of them. Mr. Connor. -requested .hjm 'to replace $.11 defective stoves with in the area as soon as , possible. A close inspectipn , was,, also, made of the various le^ts, '.de; fectg in }-ri|ckMr5rKt 'a^(i'.|re^'py-al flnifjh of tjie housea concerned. It is understood tha...

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BETTER DRINKING CONDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

BETTER DRINKING CONDITIONS MR. J. B. SCOBIE thinks New South Wales drinking ? conditions are pretty terrible and that it is time they were cleaned up. He onght to know. He has just retired after nine years as chairman of the Licensing Board. - He thinks something should be done, as. .a beginning, to discourage hotels from catering for the lucrative bar trade only, and neglecting the provision of what is sup posed to be the hotels' main responsibility — residential accommodation. He is right at that. The hotel that- has ample residential accommodation and really looks after its guests is all too rare, although fortunately there are a few. Mr. Scobie suggests hotels providing satisfactory, ac commodation should be allowed a reduced licence fee, as an incentive. Why not go the whole distance and relate v; the licence fee to the number of guests accommodated throughout the year — the more guests the less the fee and, conversely, the fewer the guests accommodated, the higher the fee? ON ...

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10,000 Expected At Today's League Game [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

10,000 Expected At Today's League Game Although today is almost certain to be wet and miserable, Country Rugby League officials are confident of drawing at least 10,000 to the big match at the Wollongong Showground between Southern Division and England. The game will commence at 3.30 p.m. Yesterday afternoon the ground was well covered with water. The southern end of the field was particularly wet, and if rain continues it will probably resemble -a lake by the time the Englishmen -take the-Jield. In an effort to keep the play ing area, in as good condition as possible, the Country Rugby League officials have cancelled three -3-f the 'early schoolboy games. .'. Two curtain-raisers will be played. They will 'be between the schoolboy teams from Illa warra and Queensland and Illa warra v (^ampbelltown for the Lennox 'Cup. -i-: - Play will start' at 1.30 p.m. The Secretary of /the Group (Mr. Bert Delavere) said last light that although the rain vould perhaps; keep some people iway irom' ...

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INDONESIAN TROOPS' INVASION RESISTED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

INDONESIAN TROOPS' INVASION RESISTED DJARKATA, Tuesday (A.A.P. Reuter). — The Indonesian De fence Ministry today confirmed the starting of military opera tion against the self-styled South Moluccas Republic, The operation has commenced. with a landing on Baru Island. For two days both the Defence and Information Ministers have refused to comment on a Radio Ambon broadcast last wek that fighting took place on Baru after a landing of Rusi troops. Today's communique said .the landing was successful though troops met resistance. The land ing was made on July 14 ' arid Rusi troops occupied the town of Namlea after two days' fight ing. Several rebels were taken pris oner but there is no mention of casualties. There is no mention of the number of troops involved. Other landings are expected on further. islands aimed at the iso lation of Ambon, principal island of the south Moluccas.

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The News Behind The News [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

The Mews j Behind [The News ! (By 'Insider') I LIKE THE constructive tone of the resolutions adopted by the Port Kembla Federated Ironworkers' on flood relief. In all the hubbub or raising money for the unfortunate victims of the current disasters, they are among the first to raise a small voice suggesting something be done to prevent the tragedy re curring. ★ ★ ' ANOTHER CROWN Street business to show the influence of New Australian custom is Eicon's bookstore. Green's not only cater for Europeans speak ing Basic German, but have ah employee who handles queries tendered in Dutch as well. * ★ THE CHEAPEST refill for my ballpoint pen available in the city yesterday cost 2/3. The Don cost me 2/6. I can't say I was overcharged for the '?trim-, mings,' at any rate. * * ^ THE WOLLONGONG Post Office yesterday had its biggest rush since last Christmas. Hun dreds of the 'younger married set' queued for the first instal ment of their new 5/- endow ment money. Another thousand or' so complicat...

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BASIC WAGE RISE FROM AUGUST 1 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

BASKr WAGE RISE FROM AUGUST 1 MELBOURNE, Tuesday.— The Industrial Registrar of the Arbi tration Court . (Mr. J. E. Taylor) today announced basic wage in creases to operate from the first pay period in August. The rises for workers governed by the six Capital Cities' Formula would be: / N.S.W. 4/- (new rate £{1/2/ -) ; Victoria 3/- (£7) ; Queensland 3/- (£6/12/-); South Australia 3/- (£6/14/-); ? Western Aur tralia 2/- (£6/16/-); .Tasmania 4/- (£6/15/-). For those whose awards em body the Five Towns Formula, the rise will be; N.S.W. 4/- (new rate £7/2/-) ; Victoria 4/- (£7); Queensland 3/- (£6/12/-) ; -' South Australia 3/- (£6/13/-); -Western Aus tralia 4/- (£6/17/-) ; Tasmania 4/- (£6/13/-).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

BULLI RIFLE CLUB ?rr\H'E ANNUAL MEETING of the Bulli Rifle Club will be held in the Club Hut on Sunday next, July 23, at 10 a.m. A full attendance of members is desired. x ! ? ? : LANCE'S Lance9 s are first with The new linen Moygashels Spring's most versatile dress fabrics here in FOURTEEN colours. Linen Moygash'el .is the most versalile Summer fabric we know . . . it's sturdy, enough for shorts and slacks, heavy enough for frocks and Summer suits . . . and it washes like a miraclel This :year we have it in fourteen glorious colours, and still at last year's price levels . . 8/3 'and 11/9 a yard. Ground Floor. t LANCE'S POLICY: To supply at all limes the best quality merchandise at the keenest \ * - . ; possible prices. ' . .. : ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 9 1 ?

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Gold-beaded epaulettes trim this dinner gown of Hamp ton Court (a petunia shade) heavy moss crepe whloh features hip pockets. rg

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General Booth Dead [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

General Booth Dead NEW YORK, Tuesday (A.A.P.). —General Evangeline Booth, 04, retired head of the Salvation Army, and daughter of the orga nisation's founder, died yester day. She had been ill for two years. '

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