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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

\ ? ) Another 'COUNTRYMAN'S' \ I f'Protective-feature' Watch £12/18/6 , ? Specially selected to meet the -needs of the man on -the ? fland this, imported Swiss-movement Watch is ideal for its ' purpose. In addition to the protective features listed - ? 1 f 'atwvOj*' this 'Countryman's' Watch is vividly luminous anoLha's 'a sweep-second hand for Mth-second ca.librationa. It itiV mounted on an enduring -metal link band and from ., , -its, stuper.-st'rong stainless steel case to its 15-jewelied ' Swiss\movempnt it is guaranteed By Farren Price. Also insureH' \vith Lloyds of London against theft or loos. i. Firm racE ? - .THF WHTCH 8PEC!°,,QT CENTRAL ' CHAMBERS l^j CORNER OF CROWN ON HflSr rLOOR AND CHURCH STREETS

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Morrisons At End of Legal Tether [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

Morrisons At End of Legal Tether LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.).— Legal authorities said today there was no other judicial tribunal to -which the Morrison family, of Woomelang, Victoria, could make a further appeal in the Australian 'Whose Baby?' case. They said it would be possible, however, to begin again the whole legal process from the beginning. The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council yesterday refused with costs leave to appeal In the case... Five Law Lords heard a peti tion, for an appeal by Mrs. - Al berta Gwen Morrison and her husband. The other parties to the dis pute were Mr. and Mrs. Noel Henry Jenkins, of Kyrieton, Vic i toria. ' Mrs. Morrison claimed that when she was in a Kyneton hos pital on June 22, 1945, she was erroneously given a child named Johanne, who was really the' I daughter of Mrs. Jenkins, and that little Nola Jenkins was her child. ! The trial judge found In her' favour and granted her an order for habeas corpus and custody of Nola, whom he found to be the...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

...WHAT AM i MINC ' HERE? I J ^ ST* dropped in a few - ^ If you open a Common-' months early to remind 1 wealth . Savings Bank you that Christmas, with account to-doy and make its holidays and good ; deposits every pay-day cheer, is not so far away; between now and Decem , ^ 'ow('V^e r'ght time % ber, you will have enough | to r start saving' for pre- to make Christmas 1950 sents and all things that ^ the best ever and keep ^ m-a f r,^7a? ? y y°u g°y and free from piest time .of the year. care.; Don t delay in openmg the account; the sooner you start to save, the more , you will have in the Bank. Then when Christmas comes you may have more than you need; keep some of , your savings in reserve, y ou never know when a contingency or an opportunity may arise. ' 7 Help yourself to happinew; save something every pay-day CX^IVfflviOlvj' WEALTH BANK -w.--... . ? ? ? ^ C.S.D. 37-42 .

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Arm Broken In Fall Through Open Trapdoor [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

Arm Broken In I Fall Through Open Trapdqo|, A- woman wh-J' fell .through, an. opep. trap door in a Crown I Street shop yesterday suffered j injuries to her head, left arm, ? and''- left leg.- c. -? . ; She is iMrs. Louise Walsh, 63, of Roland Avenue, Wollongong, a customer in the shop. ; ? UlaWarra District^ Ambulance officers took Mrs. - Walsh to the Wollongong District . Hospital where- she -was- - admitted for treatment. The manager , of the shop ror fused to. comment oh how the accident had happened.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

NEW CARS & TRUCKS AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE OR EARLY DELIVERY MORRIS MINOR TOURER MORRIS MINOR SALOON MORRIS OXFORD SALOON ' MORRIS UTILITIES AND PANEL VANS MORRIS 25/30cwt. TRUCKS ; v MORRIS 3 & 5-ton PETROL TRUCKS MORRIS 3 & 5-ton DIESEL TRUCKS AUTHORISED ; J SOUTH COAST AGENCIES AND ACCESSORY SUPPLIES PTY. LTD. 75 Main Road, Thirroul . 1 PHONE: THIRROUL 112. - ? i ??

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Film Council For Stanwell Park [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

Film Council For Stanwell Park A well-attended meeting held in the* C.W.A. Hall, Stanwell Park, heard addresses on the formation of a District Film Council. The speakers were Mr. T. R. Russell, secretary ? of the- New South Wales Film Council, Mr. J. Heyer, a member of the New South Wales Film Council, Mr. F. Lowden, of the Joint Coal Board. The decision to form a Dis trict Film Council was unani mous, and the following were elected to the council,' With power to co-opt other bodies or interested persons: Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. ' Moseley (C.W.A.);' Mr. Chapman, Mr. M. Dignam (Surf Club)'; Mr. Clarke, Mr. Piper (Progress Association) ; Mr. J. Dignam; Mr. Maloney (P. and C. Association) ; Mrs. - Rutter (Church of England). : Mr.. Clarke was appointed president, with Mrs.- Moseley secretary. A number of interestirig films' were screened by Mr. Gordon Horswell, assisted by Mr. R. Grcentree. Mr.- Maloney was chairman'. The ' members of . the' r Start well Park C.W.A. provided refresh ments at ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

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Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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25 P.C. MILK CUT TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

25 P.C. MILK CUT TODAY Milk deliveries to house holders will be .only cut 25 . : per cent, on normal delive ries' from today. A; Milk iBoard official said yesterday it was hoped to . eliminate all cuts within a few days. depending on how'-' ... the supply increases.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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No HOliday For Visit Of English Team [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

No Holiday For Visit 0! English Team At a special general meeting of the Wol longong Traders' Association last night it was decided that shops should remain open on Wednesday afternoon , July 19, on the oc casion of the Rugby League match between the visiting English team and the Southern Districts. A motion that shops should' be closed was defeated by 21 votes to 17. At the quarterly meeting ot the association held last month, a similar motion was defeated iy one vote.. Last night's meeting was held in the council chambers and when opened by the president (Mr. E. A. Williams) there was standing room only. At times, ;'there was . a tend ency for the. meeting to become acrimonious and 'exchanges be tween members necessitated the use of the gavel . by tlie 'chair- man. ' .'- , ? I'-' - The meeting was called on a notice .of .motion' whicff.v read: That the motion to recommend the closing, of all- general stores fot* a half day on July 17 be re considered. . It was 'signed by Mr. ,N. ,...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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The News Behind The News [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

The Mews ! Behind I The Mem * SOUTHERN District Miners' Federation officials feel the op posing team is lined up 3-1 against them in their forth coming legal tussle with the Southern Coal Owners' Associa tion over the stoppage on June 22. In addition to the coal own ers, they will face an Australian Iron and Steel barrister, who is in turn instructed by the Hud dart Parker Company's' solici tors. For the y defence: Sydney barrister Mr. Greg Sullivan, in structed by Wollongong solici tor Mr. T .A. McGuire. ?jr RELICS OF BETTER days are the cigarette-vending machines adorning the wall of the Royal Hotel, Wollongong. They carry an anachronistic price tag read ing 6d. per packet. The barman tells me they're kept more for ornamentation than any fond hope that we'll see sixpenny cig arettes in the near future. ★ . LAST NIGHT I rang the Wolr longong. Electrical Engineer, Mr. S. D.. Berry, to . find out why the city's street lights could not be left -on . during, the mandatory blackouts. My...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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THE FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

THE FORECAST SOUTH-EAST . DISTRICTS: Isolated showers on the slopes and on the southern highlands with some snowfalls. Cool day. Cool to cold night. West to south-west winds, fresh at times. Slignc seas, moderate off the far South Coast.. -

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Sands Too Sick To Fight [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

Sands Too Sick To Fight SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Stadiums Ltd. have cabled middleweight Henry Brimm to delay his de parture .from .America .until Empire champion Dave Sands is.^vell eriough to fight. -. Sands', manager; (Tom Maguire)' last night tasked the .Stadium m&nager, .'Haif y, Miller, to post pone the- Australian heavyweight fight; between' c'Sarids arid -Alt' Gallagher .on Monday _week. ? : Sands is in bed with' influenza and it is not known whether the . fight', will be1 put:' back for one week or two weeks. -Brimm will ' be ' brought out when Sands is completely re covered. Sands' indisposition was de scribed by. Stadium manager (Harry Miller) as a 'bitter dis appointment.' . ? 'Just when we have a lot of overseas stars coming out, our top' clasS boxers are either sick or ; injured,' said Mr. Miller. At present lightweight cham pion Jack Hassen has badly cut eyes, Alfle Clay has a bad hand and Sands has influenza.

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ENGLAND BEATS TOOWOOMBA 42-12 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

ENGLAND BEATS T00W00MBA 42-12 TOOWOOMBA, Tuesday. — The English Rugby League team's swift running backs and better understanding paved the way for an overwhelming 44-12 victory - over Toowoomba today.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

POR GRAND ORCHESTRAL A CONCERT BOOKINGS, MacAndrew's Music Store, 180 Crown St. Prices 4/-, Z/-, 2/-. NO TAX. MUSIC LOVERS, give i your fullest possible sup port [in appreciation of Dr. Bain ton's^ visit, 'Civic' Theatre, previously sent off the field. 'I will notify the Rugby Lea gue in England of the decision, but at present Hhere is nothing that can be done,' added Mr. Oldroyd. ? I Stylish ! MORRIS SIX t On Display at I WOLLONGONG DEALERS: ! FRANK BODE MOTORS t 63 QfPPS STREET, WOLLONGONG | ? Phone 966 ; ' / ' V.-:. '

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DAPTO DOG DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

DAPTO DOG DRAW Thft df-aw foe tfid bipte; griy' ' hound rafcds (in Thursday night is: ?. Maiden Qu.a|r: Orcharil . §.oy, Alma's Idol, Bottles, Bank Pic ture;' .Stoniiy Ridge, Doug's Lady, Two GreehsVdars §ls. Brownsville (2^: f^yrang Boy, Count Chris, Mayfield Boy, Dic tionary; Sylvia ? Chase, -, tippy Ne4t, Lord Daimon, Jlidy Linn. Rfesiervdss 11) Ready ?' Raider, Gleh Currari. Brownsvllli (1): Sheena'a Choice, Prince Relight, Whisky Rose, Supreme Maid; Michael Ray, Earl Matic, Salodn &iH, Peter Royce. Reserves: (1) Gleri Sue. (2) Relight Lad. Showground: Grey '? Moa; Valient Dream, Graceful Kay, Doulton Queen, Tulla Tulla, Our Va'ngliird, RdllgRt's B8St, .'.Cdn Mlnda. Reserves: (1) Ducal Crest. (2) Just Trilby. ; Bong Bong (2) : Bright Havoc. Rubkins, Gyps Mate) Havers, Biidza Havoc, : Yeomanry, : Flash Atom, ?' Bonorous. Bong Bong (1): YaVpeet, Dia mond Relight, Bright Friar, Princess Linn, Dark Adam, Rambler fqm, . Sparkling Essence, Valley, Ann. U Wongawiili: Flight's M...

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N.S.C. Tennis Association [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

N.S.C. Tennis Association There will ( be. no Saturday afternoon Near South Coast Tennis , . Association mixed, .or Sunday morning men's coiiipeti tlon - matches this week-end on account of the ?' South Coast championships at Wollongong. These competition . . matches will now be. postponed- until the. end of the preliminary rounds. Junior boys and girls under 16 are again asked .to keep in mind Sunday, July 16, at George's court. On that date the . Junior Development Cbriimlttee will be. conducting trials^ to select juniors to .represent^ the associa tion at the- annual coaching class In Wollongong during the school holidays. Parents should' take advantage of this , opportunity to have their bhi'ldren .coached by 7the State's leading coaches, and en courage them tb attend. Owing to the bad weathSr the women's mid-week competition has been iftcr6a£ed tb thr@'e rounds. 'Buy riot what; you warit,. but what you have -? need of ; What you do not want is dear at a farthing.' (Cato, as quo...

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Gromyko Slates America and United Nations [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

Gromyko Slates j America and United Nations LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.).— Russia's senior Deputy Foreign Minister (Mr. Andrei Gromyko) today asserted that the United States was being pushed 'step by step' towards open war. In a statement on Korea broadcast early today by Mos cow Radio, he charged the U.S. Government with direct acts of aggression in Korea arid claimed President Truman's order to the U.S. Niavy to prevent an attack on Formosa was 'direct aggres sion against China.' ' Gromyko said the order meant the occupation of Formosa by American armed' forces. ' ? Gromyko claimed American armed intervention in Korea had shown that 'not only does the American Goverilmeftt riot intend to consolidate peace, but; on the contrary, it is the enemy of peace.' . The American Government, he added, was .. gradually piishing the country towards open war. He branded the Security Coun cil's resolution of June. 27 on Korea . as' ^'illegal' and a 'hos- tile act against the peace.' It showed, he cl...

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ILLAWARRA AMATEUR CYCLISTS TO COMPETE IN STATE PREMIERSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

ILLAWARRA AMATEUR CYCLISTS TO COMPETE IN STATE PREMIERSHIPS (By 'Spoke') , I The lllawarra Amateur Cyc ling Club .has rda&oHably godd chances of success in both the iehior and junior section of the New South Wales Amateur Cyc lists' Union's teams premier ship to be conducted ' Bri the Liverpool-Heathcote course on Saturday. Although no rider from this, club in these two sections -has shown really' good , iri'diVTclu&i form on. this cbUrse .'during th6 current season, 'brilliant per formances were staged by Jack tliint, Harry ? Butt-erfield, Nev Maxwell, Ray.. Murray and Gebrge Cady in . the opeh' races which were Held on the 'club's course, which '/has its starting-; jjoint' iit the Prince's Highway, Unande'rra; ? Riding as teams,' -however, circumstances' will ,'be c'orii'pl6te ly altered; tactics which have previously 'been used to .advan^ tage by the city riders will have ho bearing on performances on Saturday. It Is doubtful whether there is a stronger team and. ...

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Nurses' Board Deductions To Be Reduced [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

Nurses' Board Deductions To Be Reduced . SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Many nurses in 17 State hospitals will pay only 22/- weekly for board and '^lodging, following varia tions -, .of. ,the Hospital Nurses (igfateV Award maide in the' In diistrial ? CJommissioh. . by Mr. Justice Richards todav. The weekly, deduction of 22'/ , applies to nurses sharing rooms in the, 17 hospitals, all of which are in the country. ? Nurses .-? who- have separate rooms; will .pay 27/- a week. ? ./Nurses, in 26 other hospitals, including some 'large nietro politah , hospitals, will .pay 24/ weekly ' for : board and lodging when rooms are shared and 29/- when separate rooms are ?provided.' ' ' .. His' Honour made the board and- lodging deductions retro spective to April 1 last for em ployees continuously employed at a hospital since that date.

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BENNETT NOT RECOGNISED FOR EMPIRE TITLE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

BENNETT -NOT ? RECOGNISED FOR EMPIRE TITLE 1 SYDNEY, Tuesday;— The Brit ish Boxing Board has refused to recognise national champion Elley Bennett as the Empire ban ?tamwelght or as the 'logical contender.' Announcing this today, a Sta ditiifts Ltd. official said the Bf it- i ish Boxing Board stated they 'knew very little of Bennett or his record.' The Board suggested, said -the spokesman, that Stadiums Ltd. match him with sofrie outstand ing Empire -bantamweight and 'seek recognition of :the cofttSst as a bantamwei§ht title ellmiriij-' tor.' ^ , When South African Vic 'WW* eel won the world bantairi title from Manuel Ortiz' at Jdharihes^ burg a month ago it was thought lie would relinquish the Em pii'e title. ' ? ? Stadiums Ltd. then requested Empire title recognition for Ben nett. ' . , However/ the British Boxing Board said they knew of no rule whereby a bbkef . was alitomatl cally batted from holding a iriiribr title after winning a major one. The stand taken by tlie Brit ish Boa...

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