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

'Daily Mercury9' Classified Advertisements RATES: Two shillings lor first 14 words (approximately three lines); sixpence for each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch. I DTOR'S CAR SALES j :: We are proud of our prices | :! AUSTIN A40 Utility: 1950. New. 250 | : ; . . miles only. £695. Everything per- x :: feet. x ? ? . BEDFORD 12 li.p. Panel Van : 1949 model. £ ?? As new. Perfect condition. £650. | HILLMAN Minx Sedan: 1947 model. | ? :: , ? Very clean car. Good mechanical | order. Duco and upholstery perfect. 1 ? £575. ? % ?? MORRIS 10 h.p. Sedan: 1948 model. This | ? ? vehicle has done only 17,000 miles f ?? and is in beautiful , running order; ± £575. t FORD Prefect Utility: 1946 model. Per- | :: fe'ct duco. Mechanically sound, x £450. | - CHRYSLER Royal Sedan: 1939. Can be * ? .j purchased at ridiculous figure, t ?£ Good appearance. £550. t v VAUXHALL 14 h.p. Sedan: 1940. Beau- | tiful looking car. Reducoed. Motor f ; ; and upholstery perfect. £550. | . FORD Prefe...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Sisters' Bus Death Fall Inquiry Ends [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Sisters' Bus Death Fall Inquiry Ends A V SYDNEY, Thursday. — The public inquiry into the death of two - sisters who allegedly fell from a bus in- Devlin Street, Ryde, on June 5, closed today. THe i Acting Chief Traffic Manager of the Department of Road Transport and Tramways (Mr. E..G. Sharp) conducted the iriquiry. He . said that he would prepare a report and submit It to the Commissioner. On* July 7 the Parramatta Coroner (Mr.- Kersley) - found that. the sisters, Elizabeth Gwen- 1 doline McCabe, 19, and Sarah Gloria Blowes, 18, both of 'Car c'oar, met their death accident ally in a fall frorii a bus. ? .....

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Fields For Saturday's Races MOOREFIELD 12.30 WELTER HANDICAP 6f. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

'I' 'I'-'I' 'I't' 'l'I' 'I' 'I' 'I' 'M' 'I' ?!' 'fr 'M' 't1 j | Fields For Saturday's I t Eases I MOOREFIELD 12.30 WELTER HANDICAP 6f. First Division First, £420 plus sweepstakes: Second. £120; Third. £60. . Apprentices can claim 618 JOURNALIST 15 unlikely 10 2 000 BOLD DUKE 1 A. Ward 9 4 311 MOORA BINDA 17 A. R. Smith ? ? 9 2 010 ARTOIS 19 N. Molloy ..90 705 SHIRLEY FOX 11 R. Ker rigan ? ; . . . . 8 ii 006 CARIBBEAN 12 B. Killian 8 7 231 TOMBOY 18 A. Seymour 8 6 111 ROYAL EDITION 16 W. Briscoe . . ? ? ? 8 5 381 AMBOLO 10 W. Camer ..83 000 NORTHMOND 8 B. Fag ? gotter ~ ? ? 8 3 257 PYRAMID 5 R. Selkrig ..83 110 BRIGHTON 6 G. Weate . . 8 2 068 BEAU BRUMMELL 7 F. Hickey .'. ? ? ? ? 8 1 579 SAN LUIS 13 E. Vale . . 8 1 040 HIGH SHELL 9 J. Water house ? .... . . 8 0 743 MARNRAK 14 A. Thomp ? son ' ? .... . . 8 0 694 ARKANA 20 B. Murphy 8 0 210 COLLRAMP 3 B. Honan 8 0 000 MILITAIRE 4 C. Pilt?. .. 8 0 370 BUBBY 2 W. Bell ? 8 0 1.0 2- YEAR-OLD HCP. 6f. First, £350 plus sweepstakes; Second, £...

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

'Take care of the pence, and the pounds will take ; care of themselves.' (William Lowndes, Secretary of the Treasury under William HI and Geore I.) SAVE FOR SECURITY'.

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

I Sandra X CHURCH STREET | WOLLONGONG T Watch for our Weekly $ Special 4: ? ♦?J* SPECIAL! | Ferguson's Lovely | BORDER PRINT f A beautiful fabric % for sun frocks or 4 skirts-— | 5/7 yard | 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. 75 Main Road, Thirroul PHONE: THIRROUL 112.

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

£T ESTABLISHED 18550^ FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1950

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Footballer Died From Natural Causes [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Footballer Died From Natural Causes Donald Upward, 19-years-old Western Suburbs footballer, who was found dead at his home in Gwynne Street, Gwynneville, early on Wednesday morning, died from,' natural causes. This was revealed by a post mortem conducted by the Gov ernment Medical Officer (Dr. R. D. Goldie) yesterday morning. In his report to the Deputy - Coroner (Mi\ W. S. Musgrave) Dr.' Goldie stated that in his opinion death arose from early pneumonia. Mr. Musgrave has dispensed with an inquest. v Upward had played football ' at the week-end and had sub sequently complained he was not feeling well. However, on Tues day night he had returned home, eaten , a meal and then played for a time with his sister's chil dren. He went to bed early but later his brother Edmund heard strange noises coming from his brother's room. He investigated but found his brother apparently dead.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

FUNERAL NOTICE ? HABERLEY. — Relatives and friends of Henry George Haber ley ('Goo'), of Scarborough, are kindly invited to attend his ?funeral, to leave W. J. Williams' Chapel, ? Main Road, Bulli, this Friday afternoon, after a ser vice commencing at 3.30 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery;- ?.?Bulli.- » A- --bus will leave, the Billiard Room, Scar borough, at 3 p.m. — W. J. WIL LIAMS, Funeral Director. ' I

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

DEATH NOTICE H'ABERLEY, Henry George ('Goo'). — July 20, 1950, at Scar borough ('formerly of Woonona), dear brother of Archibald, Char lie, Violet (Mrs. Lundman), Florrie (Mrs. F. Carroll). Aged 60 years. : Last year children under the age of seven years were the cause of 295, accidents .in which 24 people were killed and 274 injured, according to Road Transport 'Department statistics.

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NEW WEAPON KNOCKS OUT EIGHT TANKS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

NEW WEAPON KNOCKS OUT EIGHT TANKS TOKYO, Thursday (A.A.P. Reuter). — The best news of the Korean war broke today with the revelation that American 3.5 rocket launchers knocked out the first eight North Korean tanks which penetrated the western suburbs of Taejon. The rocket launcher is the modern version of the army's World War II bazooka— 2.36 inch, General MacArthur's head quarters announced. The 3.5 inch rocket launcher is fired from the shoulder. It is a two-piece, smooth bore, elec trically operated weapon and has ?no -recoil; ? ^ .. . ? ' Although' larger , it . is only a few pounds heavier than the bazooka. The ? 3.5 rocket will-- penetrate any armoured vehicles at pres ent known, the announcement added. The rocket is about 23 inchs long and weighs slightly more than' 81bs. The warhead contains a powerful explosive in the . -form of a 'shaped (charge.' ?

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MIGRANT ALLEGED STABBED IN BRAWL AT SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

MIGRANT ALLEGED STABBED IN BRAWL AT SCARBOROUGH A.Polish migrant was alleged to have been stabbed , in the arm last night during a brawl at the Scarborough Railway Camp. A doctor put four stitches in the wound. Wollongong detectives, who wer ecalled to the cprnp, said a number of European migrants had been drinking and a dis turbance had taken place. The ' detectives Eire of ' the opinion that the would, which ' was inflicted with a knife, was accidentally received. No arrests were made. -? Further /inquiries are being made by .Detectives R. Fleming and T. H. Andorton, of the Wol longong (police. Scarborough ; Railway Camp houses; single. New Australian ? workers employed on fettling j gangs. . J

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The News Behind The News [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

|The Mews l iehiid The lews i » (By 'Insider') GENERAL RIACARTHUR has no monopoly on chest decora tions. The gentleman who will open the Annual Diggers' Ball on August 2 is Air Commodore A. H. Cobby, C.B.E., D.S.O., D.F.C. and two bars, G.M., M.I.D. ?i. -I- L GUESTS AT Wednesday night's official dinner to the visiting Great Britain Rugby League heard Mr. H. Flegg, chairman of the Australian Rugby League - Board of Control prophesy 'Mc- Clean will soon be playing in Sydney.' A voice from seem ingly nowhere cracked 'That's right. We make 'em, you take 'em.' ★ ★ ★ YOURS TRULY received con gratulations on all sides from neighbours yesterday. No, - the little woman hadn't presented ine with another son. I was merely the proud recipient of a load of the season's most difficult-to-get commodity — most ordinary, Australian hardwood timber. ★ ★ ★ CRITICS OF the Main Roads Department will be interested to learn the department's em ployees spent 3,000 man-hours outside of regular working hours...

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WOMAN STOPS JEWEL THEFT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

WOMAN STOPS JEWEL THEFT MELBOURNE, Thursday. — A young woman employee of a Col lingwood jewellery store today tripped a thief who was dash ing from the store with a haui of diamond rings worth nearly £1000. The thief was forced to aban don the l-iners. - A watchmaker who saw the thief climb on to a bottle cart overtook the cart and seized him. ' Mrs. Joyce Mankey, of Ivan hoe, an employee of Ladner's je.wellery store, . saw a man standing in an island display window holding a pillow-case and trying to push three trays each with a dozen rings into it. As he ran towards the street Mrs. 'Mankey tripped him and he fell heavily. Trie thief scrambled to his feet and again attempted, to reach the door, but Mrs. Mankey tripped him again. Later a labourer, aged 20, was charged with larceny. i

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GOVT. ACTS TO BAN EXPORTS TO KOREA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

GOVT. ACTS TO BAN EXPORTS TO KOREA CANBERRA, Thursday . — The Australian Government has already taken action to apply an embargo on exports to North Korea. This was announced today by the Minister for External Af fairs (Mr. Spender) following consultations with the Minister for Trade and ' Customs (Mr. O'Sullivan). „ . v / Mr. Spender said the action taken was further support to the Security Council's resolu tions on .Tune 25 and 27. He added that similar action had been taken by the United States and the United Kingdom Governments. j MAIL SUSPENDED The Postmaster-General (?Mr/ Anthony) announced today that surface and air mail services to Korea had been temporarily suspended. - Mr. Anthony said this action had been necessary 'because of the absence ? of ' suitable means of transporting mail to Korea at present.

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SINGH WINS BY ONE FALL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

SINGH WINS BY ONE FALL ? ' SYDNEY, .Thursday.— J oginder Singh (17. stone 121b.), defeated Dutch Heffner (17 stone lib.) by two .-' falls ' to oiie '.over eight rounds' -.atv Sydney Stadium to night. /. - :y,. ' . ? . .In \ a supporting . bout Franc Valois (17.- stone 101b.) beat Pat Meehan1: (17 .stone) with one fall.

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Alternative Rail Route May Be Necessary Says Mr. Sheahan [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Alternative Rail Route 1 ; May Be Necessary Says Mr. Sheahan The Minister for Transport (Mr. Shea han) told a deputation from the Towradgi Progress Association yesterday that he con sidered an alternative railway route along the mountains was necessary because of the unsatisfactory state of the present railway line., He said this would cost in the vicinity of £3 million. -Mr. Sheahan 'was replying to a- deputation which had sought the provision of facilities at the .Towradgi station. Mr. Fowles, M.L.A., introduced the deputation. . - - Mr. Fowles. outlined the urgent need for shelters and conveni ences on Towradgi Railway Sta tion. He said it was about two years since the building of the station was commenced, yet it was still lacking these amenities. He pointed out that shift workers in heavy industries had little chance of keeping dry while waiting for trains. Mr. Sheahan said that he viewed with concern the condi tion of the Illawarra line gen erally. In his opinion, an alternati...

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Northern Isolation May Cause Mine Stop [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Northern Isolation May Cause Mine Stop Miners of Coalcliff Coliery have threat ened a stoppage unless steps are taken to correct the isolation problem faced by the men at present. Lodge officials yesterday said in jured men had been forced to walk -two miles through the Scarborough tunnel to get ambu lance attention. Lodge officers said the men were unable to understand why all South Coast trains had gone back to normal with the excep tion of the 8.25 p.m. workers' train from Coalcliff. This train, they explained, has been operating only from Scarborough since the flood trouble on the South Coast line. Miners working overtime were forced to walk through the Scarborough tunnel to Scar-' borough, a distange of two miles, to catch -a train. 'If a large body of men were caught in the tunnel toy a train going north it would be very dangerous,' said the lodge (pre sident (Mr. J. King). 'There are only a limited number of manholes where the men can take cover.' - ; Mr. King said the Railwa...

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Nehru Renews Proposal On Red China [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Neliru Renews Proposal On Red China WASHINGTON, Thursday (A.A.P.). — ? t ... i Minister (Pain;;! N»ii , ')'/'] .ier renewed his pro, s t- o no Communist China into the Uni ted Nations 'as a stcjv towards solving the Korean crisis. State Department officials say . ho American reply is planned. . Mr. :Nehru's ? latest. ' ...note claimed that the admission of Chinese Communists,' ' as. de manded -by Russia; would not be 'an encouragement of ag gression.' He said 1 India, in making this approach to' the United States and Russia, was seeking to strengthen U.N.O. in resisting aggression. - The note follows -Airierica's .?ejection of the plan to' seat Communist China. now as a'pre iminary to a possible settle ment through the Security Jouncil.

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Red "Mystery" Tanks In Korea Puzzle Americans [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Red 'Mystery' Tanks In Korea Puzzle Americans B TOKYO, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter). — The B precise weight of the heavier North Korean tank P is not yet known. 1 A Colonel commanding the 21st' 1 Regiment, who spent the day in ff battle with three tanks battened down not 100 yards from him, told A.A.P.-Reuter that he thought they were in the vicin ?| ity of 60 tons. Official air pictures give some indication of the size and clearly reveal the unusual long gun car tj ried protruding beyond the front of the tank. Jj Informed military sources H state that the North Koreans §1 have brought up to the front || virtually all they possess. There I' is now very little movement of . Communist vehicles, tanks and supplies from the north. 78 PLANES DESTROYED A communique issued by General MacArthur's headquar ters today revealed that 78 North Korean aircraft have been destroyed during the Korean war. 'Our losses were 37, a large number of which were the re sult of operational accidents as opposed t...

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