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BUS CONDUCTOR FINED; COLLECTED £2 "FARE" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

BUS CONDUCTOR FINED; COLLECTED £2 'FARE' A former bus conductor who failed to? hand in £2 found on a bus was fined £10 by Mr. J. Kleemanp'S.Mv. . in .' Wollongong Court of Petty Sessions yester day. He was Robert Henry -Whiter, of Beatson .Street, Wollongong. He has only been in the district for about two and a half weeks. Whiter, 25 years of age, pleaded : guilty to having, at Warrawongvon July 11, stolen £2, the property of a person un known. ? -A. ?Detective North, of Wollon gong, said Whiter's 'bus was on the Wollongong - Warrawong route and a woman passenger picked up two .; single pound notes on the. bus and handed them to Whiter. ? Whiter .took the - notes and said to her 'What is your name and address? I will . have to hand this, in,' alleged Detective North. The woman supplied Whiter with her name and ad dress, and kfter writing it in a book he said he would see her the fololwing Friday, July 14, the detective added. r . On ..Friday, JSetectiye North continued,-., ' Whiter ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

LARGEST RETAIL PHARMACY FIRM. Agency for Wollongong, ' Sydney's Leading Chemists, Washington. H. Soul Pattinson and Co. Ltd., v/ill now- be repre sented in Wollongong. Numerous local requests for their products have brought about need for representation in Wollong:ong and it is announ- j ced that well-known Wollongong pharmacist, Mr. Meurant, has been appointed as the ? firm's sole loca.l: representative.] , Details of th.e deal, released this week, reveal 'that Meurant'a Pharmacy of Crown ' Street^ j Wollongpng, will . carry. ' full ; stocks - of ; the comprehensive range of products manufactured ? by Washington H.- Soul Pattln- ' son &' Co/ Ltd; ; In accordance with the. Company's policy,' these products will be available to. the residents of. Wollongong , at the very moderate prices, for which the. Company is So - wall, known. ijThe: husiness will: remain, 'as before, ;'under the o\yriership antl personal .? 'management of . Mr. Meuraiit.' ' Owing to 'the :higli ethical s...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Weather Interferes With Factory Site Preparation [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Weather Interferes With Factory Site Preparation . ? : ? ? i The wet conditions are hold ing up work on the clearing of the site -for the clothing factory j near Albion Park station. j The iwork of .. repairing the road from' Macquarie RfVUlet to , Albion Park- is proceeding. . I This Toad'..wa§' 'closed- last';, week and, traiflc 'diverted by Al toio'n Park . station. . This , week's lighter type of soaking, rain has* made by-roads more ' boggy than- ever.; .

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Thirroul R.S.L Loses Two Good Members [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Thirroul R.S.L ' Loses Two. Good Members 'The Thirroul Soldiers' Mem orial Club is very much the poorer1 by suffering the loss of Mr. J.' W. Black, who died sud denly on July 8,' writes'the Sec retary-manager (Mr. J.. R. Flet cher). ' 'Jack was well lilted for his quiet, gentlemanly . approach and manners, and his pleas ant smile will be missed in the club. ''Our .very sincere sympathy is extended to his good wife and family. 'It was with regret that the resignation -of Mr. 'N. R. Sor rell as the Senior Vice-President and committee-man was ac cepted. 'Norm.' 'has been a good and cheerful worker in many ways. We wish 'him luck in the capital city, i , 'Mr.- C. Beveridge ..was ap pointed to the committee to re place Mr.' Sorrel). ... 'It was decided at .the last committee , . -meeting to make application for. membership of the Ex-Servicemen's Registered Clubs Association^ . ' - 7'.'^ 'T.he special general, 'meeting to be Held' ii'ejtt Tuesday, July 25, is being- looked forward -to. Ma...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Coast Rail, Road Problem For Next Premiers' Talks [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Coast Rail Road Problem For Next Premiers' Talks The road and rail problems of the Illawarra district will be raised at the next Premiers' Con ference by the Premier (Mr. J. J. McGirr) as a national problem. ; This was ? announced by the ?Minister for :Transport (Mr. F. Sheahan) yesterday when he was making an inspection of the road and rail conditions of Woll ongong and environs. /. The Minister indicated during his tour that, it was a matter for the Council, to initiate a move to have the Main Roads Department take over the Port Kembla road. .? ? ; As well as ? inspecting road conditions Mr. Sheahan conferr ed with aldermen and officers of the City Council and district Members of Parliament regard ing the transport position gen erally, accentuated by damage during the. present period of abnormal, rainfall. ? ' ' 'Acc&mpanying ' the Minister were.^th*e.''!Director 6f Transport, (Mr. R., Winso'r)', Commissioner for. Main Roads (Mr. A.E; Toy er). ... ' . ? Present at the meet...

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Threw Bottle; Hit Car; Fined £2 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Threw Bottle; Hit Car; Fined £2 A man who threw a bottle from a trucl^ and struck a stationary car in Mount Ousley Road, was fined in Wollongong Court of Potty Session* yester day. ? He was Ronald Williams, of Wamstcad Avenue, Undercliffe. ?At an ex-par(:e hearing, Mr. J. Fleeman, S.M., fined Williams 12 with 10/- court, costs. Sergeant Mitchell, of Marrick ville, told the court he had in terviewed Willi&ms on January 6. Williams admitted he had thrown the bottle' but denied it was thrown indiscriminantely. He -said a. member of .the N.S.W. Parking Police had.'also been on the' liack j. Qf ? the ' lorry ' arid had said .everything was 'clear. . '? Williariis'then threw the. bottle to , the- side of the .'r.oa^d so it would land in the ' bushes and not on the roadway; . ? ? When .told that the bottle' had allegedly ' hit a car, -he -replied, 'As we' passed,' there was no in dication given that' the . .bottle had : struck ' the car,'' said : Ser geant-Mitchell. .

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Floods Threaten North And Central West; Twice In Three Months [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Floods Threaten Morth And Central West °3 Twice In Three Months SYDNEY, Thursday.— Residents in the north and central western areas of New South Wales have been alerted for disastrous floods for the second time within three' months. The New South Wales Wea ther Bureau tonight issued flood warnings for nine rivers includ ing some on the North Coast. The rivers are Clarence, Num boida, ..Bellingen, Nambucca, Macquarie, Lachlan, Nepean and the Darling and Barwon rivers where rises are expected to con tinue with' flood dangers. The worst danger spot is on the Macquarie River where police expect a flood worse than the disastrous one experienced last April. Towns mainly affected in this area include Dubbo, Narromine, Warren and Wellington. Storekeepers at Dubbo have been warned to move their stocks from ground level on the main street and about a dozen families have been evacuated. At Wellington about 50 people had to be evacuated when the Bell River broke its banks. Men are working frant...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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100 At Bulli Mothers' Club's Sixth Birthday Luncheon [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

100 At Bull! Mothers' Club's Sixth Birthday Luncheon Over 1G0 women gathered in the W oonona Soldiers' Hall on Wednesday for the sixth annual birthday luncheon of the Bulli Mothers' Club. It wcis a happy occasion marked by' the friendliness with .which- j reffc, rSseni&iives of '??the' various Mothers' Clubs i'ii the district chatted with each other. Luncheon was served in U-shaped formation at tables decorated with brown and yellow marigolds and the excellent cat ering. was carried out by members of the Woonona R.S.L. Women's Auxiliary. Seatde at the official table were the President of the Bulli Mothers' Club (Mrs. W. Thomas), Vice-president (Mrs. :? Farrer), Secretary (Mrs. Hershaw), As sistant Secretary (Mrs. Barnes), Treasurer (Mrs. Bowles), Social Officer (Mrs. Barclay), the Head master of Bulli Public School (Mr. Barton) and Mrs. Barton. , The pink-iced birthday cake was cut by Mrs. Barnes, Who has been asociated with . the Mothers' Club and Parents and Citizens' Asso...

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SECOND SET OF QUADS— 'NEVER AGAIN' [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

SECOND SET OF QUADS— 'NEVER AGAIN' ROME, Thursday (A.A.P.).— Marianna Lioi, a South Italian peasant's wife, yesterday gave birth, at Catanzaro, to her sec ond quadruplets in two years. . The. quads, all boys, were born -at. seven months. The 32-year-old mother and the. children are doing well. The first quads were two boys .and two girls. Domenico' Lioi, told his family had increased 100 per cent, declared briefly 'Never again.'

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Strong Support for Flood Stall At Austinmer [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Strong Support for Flood Stall At Austinmer The Flood Relief stall orga nised at Austinmer by Mesdamcs A. Roberts and L. Glassop was a- great succcss, the amount re alised being £68. The women wish to thank all who gave cakes, jams, groceries, eggs, .etc., so generously; also those who helped in any way to make the stall a success. A special word of thanks to Mrs. Ireland ^ an^ Mrs. Stewart, 'wlio dpfiafced.;': beautiful'' cakes' to' be taffled. These ' 'were won by J. Earnes, of Moore Street, and Mrs. Pepper, of Railway Avenue, Austinmer. , The following donations are acknowledged: . £5/5/-: Miss Hopkins. ' £2/2/-: Mrs. A. H. Kitto, Mr. J. Price. £2: Miss Mitchell. £1/1/-:., Mrs. R. ' Goss, Mr. J. Ireland. : ? £1: Miss Brown, 'IVIr. Bennett, H. Roberts, R. Croxson, Mrs. T. Robinson. 16/-: The Hall family. 10/-: Mr. Dougan, Mr. Millar, Mrs. Waddell, Mrs. Kennedy, A. Stone, Mrs. Goss, Mrs. Bravery, Mrs. H. Cheadle, Miss Green, Mrs. Dent, Miss Hotchkis, Mrs. Mettarri, Mrs. K. Cooke. |...

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Taejon Falls To Reds In Big Battle [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Taejon Falls To Reds In Bis Battle TOKYO , Thursday (A.A.P. -Reuter).— Taejon, provisional capital of the South Korean Republic, fell tonight under a bloody, big battle, according to latest reports reach ing Tokyo . Amid a uail of smoke overhanging the doomed city, American troops battled all day wih enemy tanks, snipers and infantry closing in from the north and norih-wesi. At dusk, the commanding general was the last American to evacuate; Latest reports say that the 34th U.S..:Regiment had left the city. ? Earlier, an American fighter pilot, Lieutenant JV P. McCann, of Jacksonville, . Florida, told A. A. P. - Reuter. correspondent Bill' Hudson that the centre of Taejon was 'burning like hell.' McCann had bombed a Com munist tank ' on the road five miles - from Taejon. ' About 20* tanks, massed .for an all-out push, rumbled forward 'from Yu'songy^efeht .iniles west of Ta'ejon; under cover of dark ness... ?' . , : The North Koreans employed now familiar : tactics. Infiltrating ?' sn...

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MRS. JOHN CITIZEN "ALSO RAN" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

MRS. JOHN CITIZEN 'ALSO RAN' WOLLONGONG COUNCIL might at least'have cons.id.ered the subject a little more de^i^befpt^|U§g€tye ? to. the South ' Coast Milk Vendors' Association's campaign to accomplish a six instead of a seven-day delivery of milk. The proposal before the council - admit tedly concerned only the winter months, in 1 which milk will keep more readily than in the summer. Six-day deliveries for the summer have not been proposed — yet. But it remains doubtful whether even in the winter months the consumer should be expected to use milk which, by Monday morning, would be 48 hours' old. Especially is this doubt valid in the case of consumers who are not the fortunate possessors of refrigerators. THE FEW ALDERMEN who bothered to enter the discussion at all appeared to be solely concerned with the interests of the milk vendors and milk carters. The people whose interests the aldermen are intended primarily to represent do not seem even to have been considered. Since the coun...

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THE FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

THE FORECAST SOUTH-EAST DISTRICTS : Mainly fine but cloudy, with some rain or drizzle at times. Mild areas of night or morning fog. Variable winds, chiefly from the north-west to south-west. Slight to moderate seas.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

GENERAL 1 CARRYING ; * FURNITURE REMOVALS and STORAGE Sydney-Wollongong Transport Phones: Woll. 69 & 1293. ? I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

MtOWAO® H I ^6 SIMONS Watchmakers and Distinctive 172 CROWN ST., WOLLONGONG. 'Phone: 476

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

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