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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

| GENERAL I , CARRYING I 1 * ! FURNITURE REMOVALS and STORAGE Sy dney- W ollongong Transport Phones: Woll. 69 & 1293.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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SWEDEN OFFERS PREFABS. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

SWEDEN OFFERS ? PREFABS. - Mr Rune isberg, Swedish architcct, who is in Australia to submit a tender to the Federal and State Govern ments for erecting prefabri cated houses. The houses are made of a mixture of wood, wool and concrete, and cost less than £200 per square.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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R.A.A.F. In Japan To Go To Korea [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

R.A.A.F. In JapanTo Go To Korea ?j CANBERRA, Friday/- The R.A.A.F. 77th I Fighter Squadron, now in Japan, will assist the ; American forces in the defence of Southern Korea, ; the Prime Minister (Mr, Menzies) announced to night. Mr. Menzies an nounced also that the ; Federal Government [ had decided to hold in * abeyance plans for the 5 return of the B.C.O.F. . : to Australia. The Australian Gov ernment's decision is in further response to , the, resolution of the _ Security Council of the ' United Nations to support the Republic ' of Eorea. | ' Mr. Menzies said Australia was ;a signatory of the United ? ? Nation) Charter and was deter : mined to honour its obligations and ,£- whatever it could to / suppor the Security Council's - decisioi. The Secretary-General of the United Nations (Mr. Trygve Lie), the Governments of the United States, the United Kingdom and other British Commonwealth countries are being advised of Australia's decision. The Commander of the U.S. Far East Air Forc...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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LOUIE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

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Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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"ILLAWARRA DAILY MERCURY" COMIC STRIPS BEN FRIDAY Ben Friday [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

'ILLAWARRA DAILY MERCURY' COMIC STRIPS BEN FRIDAY , . ' ' ^Ben Friday \

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

'Daily Mercury' Classified Advertisements RATES: Two shillings for first 14 words (approximately three .lines); sixpence for each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch. POOR IN SPIRIT | It is generally conceded that the richcst child is poor in spirit without a musical educa- , tion and therefore a child should be given an opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument. j Opportunities are available to- ! day for a child to learn to play any type of musical instrument. Now being formed .in Wollon gong is a piano accordion band, and also clubs for banjo mando lin, saxophone and guitar, and full information, tuition, instru ments, are obtainable from Wollongong's leading Musical Instrument Store, H. Box, of Bright Arcade, 190 Crown St. — Advt. WANTED EXCHANGE /pwO-Bedroom Cottage and Sleepout, .Wollongong area, for similar, in Sydney or sub urbs. Apply Box 2558 Daily ?Mercury. TENDERS MUNICIPALITY OF SHELLHARBOUR Tenders — Alterations and Additions to Council Chambers...

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BASIC FOOD, AT LEAST, MUST BE KEPT CHEAP [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

BASIC FOOD, AT LEAST, MUST BE KEPT CHEAP BEFORE THE FEDERAL electiofi, the two parties that now constitute the Govern ment promised, among other things, to strive to 'put valu6 back into the potmd'. That promise and the current desire to scale dotvri the proportion of the butter, subsidy do not add up. Biltter is aii esseritial food item. Tlie dairying industry is. an essential industry — although not all of us who live in the cities realise it. Any step that tends to add to the 'coat of essential food, or that threatens to disadvantage the dairy industry in competi tion with clipper artificial foods, such as margarine, is against the national interest — net for it. : ' THE COST OF LIVING is so high that ail extr& 3d. lb. oti the retail price of buttet must limit the extent to which the family man can purchase it arid fniist t&id to drive con sumers in this group towards manufactured substitutes. The present subsidy bill is heavy, admit- ? . tedly, arid the stibsidy ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

Daily' Mercury ®T JL~-. — ESTABLISHED 1855* J '— ~ SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

WHAT'S ON IN SPORT THIS WElK - END SATURDAY. RACING: Randwick. First race 12.45 p.m. Flemingion. First race 12.45 p.m. Doomben, Queensland. Doibmben £10,000. FOOTBALL: j,' Rugby Union, Wollongong v. Drummoyne, Show ground No. 2. Australian Rules, Wollongong v. South Sydney, Show ground No. 17 Soccer, Woonona v. Granville, at Woonona. GOLF : Monthly Medal at Wollongong Links. bowls : ? ' ? j. Semi-final of Parkinson Cup. SUNDAY. FOOTBALL: Rugby League, Group 6 v. Group 7, Wollongong Show ground. . . Illawarra v. South Coast, early game. □□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□a □□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□[-□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□a

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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THE FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

THE FORECAST SOUTH - EAST DISTRICTS: Fine, ? with scattered , mprning fogs. Milder day. * Freshening north to north-west winds, With clouds increasing; slight seas. SPECIAL RACE FORECAST. Continuing fine, with fog. patches early; mild day and cool night. Light to moderate westerly winds. Track good.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

[?] fl V/agqo'1* , h pM eompl»*a,V \ kfi 0 rtried pan0* v^n'mnlet®W *m' \ ijaB Istation It ? 15-20 cvft.« I''' „al. \ m . 25-30 wh^-bose \ I f| \ For downright efficiency, running economy and ease of mainten ance you can't beat MORklS COMMERCIAL. Illustrated is a Morris-Commercial ' ' 'E.C.V.' (o) 13/5 5 ton Diesel Vehicle. In addition to this unit, ( the range available covers 5 cwt. to 5 ton capacity, in types listed at left. South Coast Agencies Accessory Supplies Pty. Ltd. MAIN ROAD, THIRROUL. 1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

1 Usherette stops CoBcSs :j with Bex J 'I MissYvonne Locklier, '? .J 34 Gardenia Road, Gardenvale, 'I don't know what I would li jflililk ? do in the winter without Bex, ]|flN ^ as, you see, I work in a \ y theatre in Collins Street, Gity, as Ushepette, and the cold winds just blow right through you and you catch ^ cold easily. So the moment' ^ ' ;h I get home I take a Bex and '' ^ If lemon drink. I am up at ' work the next day, so I think they are great. I have told some of the other girls and they have started on Bex, too.' At the first sign of cold or 'flu, take BEX ?; The only time to stop a cold is at the very first sign * of it. Don't hesitate ! At the first sneeze, sniffle, or ?At feeling of rawness in the throat, take one Bex Powder li or two Bex Tablets. Repeat the dose every four hours if necessary and with the bedtime dose take a hot M lemon drink. If you have allowed a cold to get a really ;!j firm hold however, nothing will stop it, but Bex will j) rid you of headachc, ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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NARROW ESCAPE IN PETROL FIR [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

.W.V.V.VAW.VAV.W.V NARROW ' ESCAPE IN PETROL FIRE SYDNEY, Friday. — A 21 year-old press machinist had a miraculous escape from death tonight when a drum o-f petrol he was. handling flashed into flame. The fire gutted a two-storey building in Regent Street, oc cupied by the printing and publishing firm of Publicity Press ..Pty. Ltd. Damage is estimated as at least £100,000. . The machinist, Gordon Rob inson (21), of/ Ostend Street, Lidcombe, y^.s taken to Prince Alfred Hospital suffering from -burns to/the .arms' and severe shock; /, vJSHrsjeGlass- Fireman Lawr ii5r^i?,^fsTtfcr; (I!.0) ; -was 'admitted to*- 'St^Vincent's Hospital' 'with' a badly gashed loft arm. - He ' was struck ? by falling glass while erecting a scaling ladder.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Tea Rationing To End Soon? [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

Tea Rationing To End Soon? CANBERRA, Friday— The Prime Minister (Mr. Menzies) would not comment today on reports that tea ' rationing would be abolished in Aus tralia on July 10. By that time rationing coupons will have been; exhausted. It is reported that Cabinet has decided to discontinue rationing by July 10, and that the Government will continue its subsidies at the present level. However, . additional costs will be borne by the public.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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The News Behind The News [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

The lews I Behind The lews By 'Insider' COMPLAINTS at yesterday's . big po.w-wow on the district's roads were not all aimed in one direction. Mains' Road Department omcials said their workers on Bui li Pass were fighting both the weather and a motoring public who thought it amusing to splash them with nrud as they raced by. ★ * . AFTER MY COMMENT on district milk vendors delivering only every-other-day during the period of 50 per cent, milk rationing, I received two re plies. The first, a 'formal letter from the Milk Vendor's' Asso ciation saying it did not sanc tion this policy. The second was a note left by the milko in my billy, saying 'Please leave can out daily.' A little bird tells me the Milk Board inter vened. ? . ★ ★ THE CROWD gathered on the footpath; before Martin's Keira Street camera shop yes terday were 'getting a 'sneak preview' of. a moving picture. Mr. Martin,, who is Secretary of the Illawarra Photographic Club, was giving the film . a trial run and the ; 'stickies...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Blarney Still In Serious Condition [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

Blarney Still In Serious Condition MELBOURNE, Friday.— Field- Marshal Sir Thomas Blarney is still in a serious condition at the Mercy Hospital, Melbourne.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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ROAD RACES THIS AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

ROAD RACES THIS \ AFTERNOON The Illawarra amateur cyclists will ride a road race on the Unanderra course this afternoon. Races will be held for juvenile, junior and senior riders. Riders from the club rode well in Sydney last, week and with more experience may do well in the near future against open company. The Unanderra course is not an easy one, but the lads are used to all its tricks and the visitors will be busy catching the Illawarra boys this afternoon. If the weather is satisfactory, fast times should be recorded. PERTH, Friday. — Ten of the victims of the Skymaster crash on Monday night have been iden tified, and the police are lKjpe ful of identifying two others.'

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUST. GOLF TITLE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

? AUST. GOLF TITLE BRISBANE, Friday. — Janet Wellard, a 19-years-old Victorian, won the Australian Women's Golf Championship today by de feating Mrs. E. Clements, a sea soned New South Wales match player, six and four.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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