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LET'S KEEP THEM AWAKE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

LET'S KEEP THEM AWAKE THERE WOULD seem to be something in the comment of the Mayor ( AlcL Dawson) ' last' night 'They are waking up to the Iila warra.' ? Tlie Mayor's remark was prompted by the presence in Wollonsronar oh Thursday of the Minister and other officials of the Transport Department, and the announce ment that the rail and road problems of the illawarra are to be referred to the next Pre miers' Conference, as matters, of national im ; portance. . ' ? : ' THE ILLAWARRA'S problems are, ih : deed, national problems. They are far beyond : local resources: arid local finances, and any State Government which failed to recognise this fact would, be blind, indeed.' -? But they, are, it appears, beyond the resources of the State Government also subject as it is 'to the generosity, or otherwise of uniform taxation, allocations. This being so. there is nothing in the least illogical in the' decision of the Premier to take the whole question to Canberra, for discussion by the other S...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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WHAT'S ON IN SPORT THIS WEEK-END SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

.'.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V WHAT'S ON IN SPORT ? THIS WEEK-END SATURDAY RAGING — Sydney. S.T.C. Meeting at Moorefield, 12.30. p.m. Melbourne: V.R.C. Meeting, Caulfield, 12.45. p.m. GREYHOUNDS — Sydney: Wenlworih Park, 7.20 p.m. TROTTING— Bulli: First race,. L30: p.m. RUGBY LEAGUE— Sydney: : Third ATeslr- 2:30 p.m. = 'AUSTmULES— Illawarra v 'West* 'SubsV^VohgJ-SKS^g'Tir' SOCCER— Corrimal v Drummoyne, ai.Gorrimal. SUNDAY ' RUGBY LEAGUE— Wollongong v Wesls, W'gong Showg'd. Dapio v Corrimal,; at Daplo. Norths v Thirroul, at Scarborough. C.B.C. v Port Kembla, at McCabe Park. SOCCER— Iliawarra Association Ambulance Cup, Corrimal. HOCKEY — Knockout Compelition at Slacky Flat, Bulli.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

IT* Olldw&rrA ? Daily' Mercury ? of Xbm—sstabushib issot ? ? SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1950.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

? »?.????? u — n — li mm ' — . — ' — I ; y' SEE THE ?/new ' ? 4 'NACO' HOME LAUNDRY Which does not necessitate _ a hot water system. LAVIS ELECTRIC ~~ j 110 CROWN STREET

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

GENERAL ' CARRYING ★ FURNITURE REMOVALS and STORAGE Sydney- W ollongong Transport Phones: Woll. 69 & 1293.

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Waking Up to Illawarra Says Mayor [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

WaldaglJp Says Hayoi 'Mr. McGirr's prom- 1 ise to regard the road and rail transport problems of the Illa warra district as a na tional question, for reference to the Pre miers Conference, is admirable but by no means before time.' This comment was made by the Mayor of Greater Wollon gong (Aid. C. M. Dawson) last night. 'What surprises me most,' the Mayor added, 'is that it has taken the Government so long to take a realistic view of the needs and true importance of the district. 'It looks as if they are wak ing up to the Illawarra, at last. 'Greater Wollongong is indeed a national problem. Not only will the development of Wollon gong and the Illawarra be re tarded if somehting is not done on a large scale to improve and modernise our rail and main road systems and other ameni ties. The growth of the whole Commonwealth will, be held '? 'y* - ;? 'It is evident that already Mr. Rex Connor Has succeeded in drawing his Government's at tention to the cruciallyimport ant nature of the sit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

NEW CARS & TRUCKS AVAILABLE FOR MEDIATE OR EARLY DELIVFM 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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DID YOU KNOW [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

DID YOU_KNOW WORLDS SMALLEST VIOLIN IS SIX INCHES LONG - AND IS IN THE SCIENCE. MUSEUM STOCKHOLM

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Laurie Hussar For Caulfield [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

Laurie Hussar For Caulfield (By ('Scribe') The brilliant colt Laurie Hussar, which has recorded one wiii from his only appear ance in public, is selected as the bet of the day at Caulfield today. The seven-event pro gramme will commence at 12.45 p.m. Laurie Hussar has .had ..only one run in public. That was about three, weeks ago when he started in a seven-furlong race on this track. Jumping- smartly from . the barrier, he was. a clear leader at the half-mile arid trav elling comfortably.! '??? On the turn into the straight Brian Eames gave him his head, and he went right away over the latter stages of the race to defeat Slick Chick arid Qustar. It was a particularly good effort, and if he hits the front today he will take a lot of beating. He will again be ridden by Eames, who is a capable young horseman. Punters, particularly those who back on an each-way basis, are reminded to support Regal Scout in the Kambrook Handi cap— the main sprint of the programme. Regaii Scout hailed -fr...

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Death of Dixie Belle MOOREFIELD BETTING ALTERATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

Death of Dixie Belle I MOOREFIELD BETTING ALTERATIONS SYDNEY. Friday. ~ Dixie Belle, which had been heavily backed for tomorrow's Earl wood Mixed Stakes at Moore- 1 field, died last night. { Unknown to her trainer, Dixie Belte_ injured herself internally while galloping at Randwick yesterday. When .she returned to the. stable she collapsed and died. Dixie Belle was equal second favourite and . bookmakers had to alter betting on the race. They- moved Port Rion tip t o head the quote with Full O' Fun. Apprentice P. Harinon was to day- engaged to ride Full O' Fun replacing R. Martin. 'Surface water was cleared from the track and the races are de finitely on. . The going however, will be very heavy. Ne'w Look has been backed rioufn to' oiitrinht favourite for the Secorfd Welter although she has drawn wide. She has won on the course and should run well. Journalist is perhaps the best backed runner in the . Flying Handicap.' ? Dinanda (Maiden) is the short est priced favourite of the day ...

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NEWSPAPER SELECTIONS: CAULFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

NEWSPAPER SELECTIONS: CAULFIELD . . RACE 'MERCURY' , f 'HERALD' MELB. 'HERALD' 'GUIDE' , 'JUDGE' 12 41* LEAMINGTON ENTHEAN . . . . 1 REBEL REGIS . 1 TYRIAN-.: . . . . 1 OUR LAND . . . 1 OUR LAND ... 1 HURDLE,- Rebel Regis . . .? 2 Tyrian .. -. . . 2' Rebel Regis .' . ; 2 '''Rebel Regis ... 2 Rebel Regis . . . 2 2m.. If. 65yds. Student . . . . . 3 Our. -Land . . . 3 Our Land . . . .3 Student . . . . .3 Tyrian .... .3 1st' . LILLIMUR ADRASTUS . . .1 KADMOS . . . .1 WELKIN SUN . . 1 KADMOS .... 1 WELKIN SUN . . 1 10-| HANDICAP, -? Welkin Sun ... . . 2 Welkin Sun . .2 Kadmos . . . . . 2 Welkin Sun ... 2 Tapio ...... 2 ? CiV it. , Kadmos ..... . .. . a Sun.. Klst. ... ... 3 Anemos . . . . . 3 Sun Kist' .... 3 Kadmos ..... 3 2nd LILLIMUR L. HUSSAR . . . 1 L. HUSSAR : . . . 1 L. HUSSAR . . . 1 L. HUSSAR ... 1 L. HUSSAR -.' . .1 1 ee HANDICAP, CROMWELL ... 2 Lancastrian . . . 2 Pearl's Choice .' . 2- Pearl's Choice . . 2 Pearl's- Choice . . 2 *?«*«»' - It- * Trailway .... 3 Pearl's Choice ....

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NEWSPAPER SELECTIONS: MOOREFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

NEWSPAPER SELECTIONS: MOOREFIELD RACE 'BARRIER' ^ / 'HERALD' 'SUN' 'MIRROR' 'SPORTSMAN' ' FIRST WELTER ARTOIS . . . . 1' ARTOIS ? 1 ? ARTOIS . . . . . 1 ARTOIS ? 1 ARTOIS' . . . .1 IO Of. HANDICAP,. Moora.'Birida .. : 2 Bold Duke . . 2 Moora Binda ... 2 Northniond .... 2 Royal Edition . -.8 . Tomboy . . .3 Royal Edition . . . 3 Journalist . ... . . 3 Moora Binda . . 3 Moora Binda . . .3 ~ TWO-YEAR-OLD 1 REGAL GOLD . . 1 TUITUILLA . . .1 QUARTER DECK . 1 QUARTER DECK . 1 B'. DOUBLE . . .1 I n HANDICAP, Manstride . .- . 2 Bahrain's Double . 2 Tuituilla .' . ... 2 Regal Gold . ... 2 Manstride ... 2 ? ' 6f. ? ' Bahram'sr Double . 3 Quarter Deck . . . 3 BahranVs Double . 3 Bahram's Double . 3 Quarter Deck . . 3 SECOND GOLDEN BREW . 1 PORTRAIT ? 1 GOLDEN TJREW . 1' NEW LOOK ... 1 NEW LOOK ? 1 Inp -WELTEIt HCP.. New Look . . . 2 Golden Brew . . 2 Portrait r . ,^ .' . 2 Golden Brew . . . 2 High BroW; . . . 2 .Oo r-l.\ : Portrait . . . . . 3 New Ldok . . . . 3 New Look' '. ... 3 High Brow .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

RETURN THANKS I wish to sincerely thank, the many friends, relatives - and neighbours for their very kind assistance and expressions ,of sympathy, cards and floral tri butes tendered to me at the time of my wife's sad bereavement. Please accept this as my per sonal thanks. D. J. LAWRENCE 7 Sp'erry St., Wollongong.

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"Wollongong Needs More Doctors" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

'Wollongong Needs More Doctors' The need for more doctors in the district and particularly the appointment of resident medical officers at the Wollongong Dis trict Hospital was stressed by Mr. W. Davies, M.H.R., at the annual meeting of the Wollon gong Hospital Auxiliary yester day. Mr. Davies said a case was recently brought to .his notice where a member of a family newly arrived in Wollongong had become seriously ill. : Several doctors were contact ed and in every case the reply was they were unable to accept any more .patients. '? 'I understand there is no resi dent doctor at the hospital,'! said Mr. Davies. 'Had there been even one, this sick person could have gone to the hospital for advice. . 'I am a firm believer in the nationalisation of health. Had this been in practise, doctors would ibe allotted .pahels. Where a doctor's panel was full, a new arrival could be allotted to a doctor whose ' panel was not full.' The Chairman of the Hospital Board (Mr. F. .C. Hickman) said tha...

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STOP PRESS NEW KOREAN RETREAT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

STOP PRESS NEW KOREAN RETREAT North 'Korean Communist forces today forced a new ? American retreat in a blazing offensive south-easi -»f Tae jon, according to front-line despatches toniqht. A United Pijess correspon dent-reported that the Ameri cans had been forced to aban don their first lines of defence and fall back deeper Into tho hills.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

Dr. Evatt, deputy Leader or . the Opposition, declared that United Nations armed inter vention in Korea could not be casual or improvised if it were to be successful. He also declared that Aus tralia must be adequately represented at the military command centre of the Unitgd Nations.

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The News Behind The News [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

|The News! Behind The lews i * (By 'Insider') I've SEEN one of the con troversial leaflets allegedly dis tributed by the 'Port Kembla branch of the Combined Work ers' Committee,' and I can vouch for the fact they are not in line with Communist pol icy. They also bear on the front the phrase 'Not an of ficial publication of the Com munist Party.' ★ ★ ★ A FIERCE but effective ad vertising scheme has been adopted by H. G. Palmer in their 'war' against outmoded electrical equipment. In last week's window display they put a hefty axe through the cabinet of an antiquated radio set. Now they're featuring an 'Ice-age' refrigerator to which they've ruthlessly set a bonfire. A ADD WOMEN IN masculine occupations. The attractive miss seen; swinging a cleaver into a side* of beef in a Crown Street butcher's shop. The Port Kem bla .gal (in trousers, too!) driv ing a dry cleaner's panel delivery van... ' ? ' ★ ★ ★ -. IN A RUT: The rarest sight in the 'picture buses' on Friday and Saturday nights i...

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NTH. KOREANS ATTACK NEW DEFENCE LINE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

NTH. KOREANS ATTACK NEW DEFENCE LINE J TOKYO, Friday.— North Korean troops, after driving units of the United States 24th Division from Taejon yesterday, are already attacking hew positions manned by the Ameri cans on a line south-east of the city. Allied fighter pilots operating over Taejon area today report ed severe fighting in progress. They say there are heavy Com munist troop movements in the direction of the new American defences— about four miles south east of Taejon — and United Press says it is plain the Reds are bringing up' reinforcements, in cluding tanks, for a renewed drive to the south and south east. General MacArthur today of ficially confirmed that the American forces in Taejon had withdrawn from the city after a running tank and infantry battle with numerically superior forces, and had taken up posi tions about -four miles to the south-east; General MacArthur's commu nique claimed the loss of Tae jon, while it might have some psychological repercussions on the Ko...

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Deaf-mute Accused Of Assault On Bulli Girl [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

Deaf-mute Accused 0! Assault On Bulli Girl In an eerie and silent hearing in Bulli Court of Petty Sessions yesterday, a deaf mute was convicted on a charge of having assaulted a young, attractive girl at Bulli on July 8. The man charged, William Henderson, a 48-years-old labour er ofl Williams Street, Bulli, told the few words he had to say. through an interpreter in the deaf and dumb sign langu age. . Georgjeannie Smithers, of Sanders ? Street, Bulli, said she ?had known Henderson for about eight years and he lived about two streets down from where she lived! On July 8 she -was talking to another girl, Valerie Kin^y in Prince's Highway, Bulli, Swhen ? ? !_ ? : ? ' Henderson came ' up to her and seized her toy the left arm. Gesticulating with his other hand he started to -pull her along the, highway and she found- it 'impossible to get away. 'He was ' carrying a small suitcase and tried to hit me in the face with it,' Miss Sriiith ers said. :? . y pulledJ'im away At that moment a ma...

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