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

T)|R. EDGAR' BAtfTTO-ff, Aus tralia's brilliant . Musician, will be-1 the Guest CohductoY,' Gr'aiid Or'fSheSfr'ill C6rice'rt, 'Civio' : Tlieatre', MOM* AY; tfm JULY. Reservations at MacAndrexV's.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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"ILLAWARRA DAILY MERCURY" COMIC STRIPS JEFF CROCKETT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

'M.AWAKkl MiLY MERCURY' COMIC STRIPS JEFF CROCKETT

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

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

['Daily Mercury*' Classified Advertisements BATES: Two shillings lor first 14 words (approximately three lines); sixpence for each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch. C 0 Dt) IN G TON'S (Two Doors Below Meihodisl Church.) STRANDED COTTONS CROCHET COTTONS ARTELLO TWIST RAYON EMBROIDERY ' SILK 1 A COMPLETE RANGE ALWAYS AVAILABLE IN PERI-LUST A SEMCO CLARKE'S ANCHOR J A Large Range of Selected Designs Always Available, j See our WORKED DISPLAY from the 7th July. PEARLS RETHREADED DOLLS REPAIRED CODDINGTON'S j 112 CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONQ. »- „nMnmnwWI] ?-dmoiiwnwnwi- ? ? ui»Ln^ t {catering t ^ CARiiiED OUT BY »— --— £ | JR. BRANDON $ jfi ? Wedding Breakfasts, Functions, etc. 5 ? Afterripon Tea ® Smokos ? Luncheons J' ?. v At BRANDON HALL, Crown Street, Wollongong. '5 'Phone Woll. 634, or call at 176 Crown Street, ^ ' Jl Wollongong for Quotations. iSWViV.ViV.V.V.V.VVAV.V.V.V.V.VV.VV.V.V.VJ THE PUBLIC TRUSTEE Established for the Public Benefit on January 1, 1914 — since ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Casey To Seek States' Co-operation [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

Casey To Seek States' Co-operation ,r..:.S YDNEY, Tuesday. ? — 'There has ' been too much ; I friction in the past between the Common Wealth arid the State's, arid, we will, have to do- our darndest tb start a' new era of Common wealth - State ; co-operation,, said Mr. R. G. ? Casey today. ;-? , ..Mr. Casey,- who is -Federal Minister . ior- wationai , -Develop-' riienf, was giving, his first Press, iflterview in. Sydney since . his Ministerial- ;' appointment ' - six month's'' ago. ' ?' ; ? ! ?'- ,, 'Therev; Ms—been -certain fear in- some of the States'- that the creation . of' ' the: Ministf y or National- development 'V meant that Wff. were -going, to set up' a great organisation! an-i push the States; aside ', said' Mr:; Casey. .' 'The Ministry of National De velopment has or will have a section designed to stimulate every branch' of the Australian economy,, but we' are' not going to. do the work by ourselves. 'W.e are not; going to sit on. a. high pedestal and dictate . to N.S.W...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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A.L.P. Reviews State Election Result [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

A.L.P. Reviews State Election Result The lllawarra State . Electo rate Council' of the A.L.P., at a meeting on Sunday, reviewed the results. of the- recent. State eletcions. Mr. H. Fowles, Mii.A^, who re tained the seats for Labor' by .a substantial - majority, stated the Liberal .Party had a better or ganisation, together, with un-l limited .funds, in. the fight -for the lllawarra seat on this occa sion. , ? The meeting was told that all . accounts in connection with the campaign received to date had been paid by Mr.; Fowlesi Outstanding accounts would also be met ; 'by M if. Fowles, but would fee offset by: donations re ceived from all branches .except ing Fairy Meadow branch. ' On a resolution by Mr. . Tom Prior, of Coniston, it ; was. deci ded that the , next meeting of the council be held at Shellhar ?bour in' about three? months. Wives and families of ..members will be invited- to ? a picnic which 'Will be, held the same day. , , ? ' It: was stressed.- at the meet ing that the...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Dissection "In Cause Of Science" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

[?] [?] LOS NEGROS, Tuesday (A.A.P.-Reuter). — Lieut.-General Fusataro Teshima told the War Crimes Court here today he did not think the dis section of the dead bodies of two Australian air men was wrong if it was done for the promotion, of science. j ? ?; f fi ' j ; M ?! ! M'-'l j, Teshima, with five others, is charged with the murder Of two members of the It.A.F. at Idore, Dutch New Guinea, in November 1944. ' Two of the accused, Yoshihiro and Kitamura, are also charged vith mutilation of the dead. Teshima said today he had made no attempt to punish the two Japanese medical officers concerned with the dissection be* ?muse he understood the dissec tion had been carried out In the interests of medical research. 'I think it was in the inter ests of science. I did not think it was wrong if it was done for the promotion of science. I thought it had been done fdr medical research. I took no ac tion.' There had been no military necessity for the execution of the two Australian prisoners,...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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SOUTHERN MINERS SEEK HEIGHT MONEY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

SOUTHERN MINERS SEEK HEIGHT MONEY 'An ? : inspection of South Coast coirieries is being carried out .by' the vice-jirielsident of t.Ket So^thefrt District Miners' Fed tfration (Mr. W. Smart) in con junction; with MV. A. Emeiry, Field Officer for thd Joint Coal Board. rney win report on a southern District claim- fdr 'height' m6ney' for shiftmen' erecting timbers.' s - ' An'; inspection i. was'-.rh'ade yes terday of Sbuth Bulll Colliery. Mt. .iKei'rit* v-ill Be iiitfiie'efe'd fd ihorrow. Old Ball! !s£nd Nebo minis are/also' on-: the agenda of collieries listed- fof investigation. Mr. Smart Said- thWe wtu» ncr provision for: height money iri tl'i6 Southern district's award; Th'e Northern District, which had much ? higher seams in its cjollieries, had such a provision, j ?The Southern. District is seek-! ipg an amendment to the award, providing 4/ a day fdr 'shiftmen, erecting special timbers over 9ffe: 6iris. The average' height of cbal' sedms on the South Coast 'is about, eight feet....

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OBITUARY MR. S. McGOLDRICK [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

OBITUARY MR. S. McGOLDRICK ' Funeral services will be hf.ld today for ?' Mr. Sydney McGold rick, of ''326 Crown Street; Woll ongong. Mr. iMcGoldrick died at the Wollongong District. Hos pital, on Monday night, ia'ged 78.' A : long-standing resident of the district, Mr. McGoldrick was for many years ^prominently as nutiai-Bu -yiui iiie wollongong Cricket Club. ; He is survived by a. daughter,. Phyllis (Mrs. L.- Pogarty, of Faiiry Meadow), and a ; son, Harry. , '... The -funeral will .leave from Persons' Funeral Parlors, W'olt ongong, for the Roman CathblTc Cemetery.,. ? . - MR. R. SLATER Mr.-'' Robert Slater,- ? of : Albion Park Rail, died at the Wollon gong District Hospital yester day afternoon. He was aged63. Mr. ; Slater ' was a ? returned soldier from 'World War I. He' is survived; by his' wife,. Mrs. 'Beatrice- Slater and two' children, Robert' arid Isobel.- '. The funeral protfessfow will leave Cole's Funeral Chapel- tcM day for the Kiartia Methodist Cemetery. FUNERAL OF MR. L...

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Flood Relief Appeal Grows [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

Flood Relief Appeal Grows Donations to the Mayor's Flood Relief Appeal now: total E3G7/10/3. . .. :Za \JV. . Additional donations are: ? ^ ' £ s d Previously ,;,.acknow ledged'C. . . .. ..304 9 6 Staff Wilmore- and Ran Staff ? Wilmore and Randell (Wollon gong branch) .. .. 3 18 0 ''Wellwisher' .. .. .. 10 0 J.- Shumack, Figtree 3 0 0 Anonymous... ... .. 5 15 9 Mr. Gay, Corrimal . . 1 0 0 J. Morrison, Wollon gong ? ? .. .. 10 0 Mr. Fraser, Wollon gong . . . . . ... . . 50 0 Mrs. Merryman, Unan derra .10 0 N. McBroom .. .. .. 5 0 0 Miss -C. Neilson, Bal gownie ... ? 10 0 Anonymous . . 5 0 J. Robertson, Coniston 10 0 Stalker . . .... . . 1 0,0 Mrs. - Milnes, Fairy -. Meadow . ...... 10 0 Guests— Seaview Guest House, W'ollongong 5 10 0 M. L. Agnew, Wollon- . ? gong ... ... .. 3 3 0 Mr^- A. . Jone, Wqllon-., gBng'.':; .??? 'U; t i o MrV'Turher, Port' Kehi- '? ' . S : bla ? ? .. 1 o:'o Pupils Avondale Public School, ? Avondale . . . 1 0 0 Mr. Tom O'Grady, W'ol . longong ? ? 1 1 0 F. Wisem...

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SIX FAMILIES MAROONED AT NEWNES BY AVALANCHE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

SIX FAMILIES MAROONED AT NEWNES BY AVALANCHE LITHGOW, Tuesday.— Six fam ilies, marooned when tons of eartli and rock avalanc.hed down the mountainside and blocked their access, are running short: of food. The families live in the Wol gan; Valley1 township of Newnes.| Their position is regarded as desperate.1,: ...' - ,. . '.v„ , Two lorries have beeri bogged half way up the gap and the families have been without meat and bread for .five days. There is no chance of the ve hicles moving into the valley for several days. The Hotel Newnes has been out of food for three weeks'. ' Mr. J. Dormer got out of the valley by walking to Lidsdale and hitch hiking to Lithgow. Laden with a knapsack of food he left Lithgow this after-r noon to begin the arduous trek ?over -the blocked pas's.; He- will sleep . in his bogge^ , truckjito riight r and. continue ''tomtofrotv morning. : ' . Dormer told residents of Lith^ gow he hstd been out of bread for five days and other families' were in a desperate s...

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

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

FRONTAL SINUS : pain safely ' relieved : The Frontal Sinus Headache is W mW 1L \ J \ particularly severe and infract- p v ^ ? able, yet it yields to Bex as the - following letter from A. Powers , o £J||||» 3 Spurway Street, Ermington 2 'I have heard different ads of Bex over the air, so it prompted, me to write tills. I am a sufferer from Frontal Sinus for which I have had two big operations, but I still suffer with severe headaches. I have taken Bex powders every day for the last ten years. My doctor told me I could take them with safety. I can assure you without them I could never survive. I think Bex is the greatest pain killer to be had. Bex for me and everyone I can recommend them to. Bex are on their own.' CHECK COLDS AND 'FLU WITH BEX As soon as yqu feel the slightest sign of stuffiness or go re throat act at once — take Bex. This will usually stop devel opments and save you many days of discomfort. If, however, you have allowed a cold to get a firm hold, you can relieve the ...

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New Television Tenders [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

New Television Tenders SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Fresh ten ders. will be called for equip ment to establish a national tele vision station in Sydney, the P.M.G. (Mr. Anthony) said to day. Mr. Anthony gave two reasons for. this decision: (1) Consideration of the tech nical developments which have . taken place in the United King dom and the United States since ? offers were called two years ago for , television equipment for Australia. . (2) The desirability of afford ing opportunities to tenderers to submit offers for apparatus in accordance with the standards laid .down since the original ten ders' were received. Mr. Anthony said commercial licences. for television could not be granted until' the Act was amended. The Chifley Govern ment had inserted a prohibition against private enterprise tele vision stations' operating. 'When it is possible to amend the Act to remove this provi sion it will be done and appli cations for commercial licences

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

x . 'I read it . . . p: ^ IT GIVES REAL NEWS— WHAT'S \ N. 1 DOING IN THE DISTRICT . . . \^V TpJ KEEPS ME INFORMED OF THE HAPPENINGS OVERSEAS AND : ^ IN AUSTRALIA.' ' DAILY. 1E1CURY. PRICE ? 2d MpstreadjeisJiayeit delivered ey-Ty fczri,, mormnsf . . . UU PUCE YOUR ORDER ' WITH ANY NEWSAGENT Any of the following district newsagents will deliver. Ihe 'Daily Mercury' to your home at; ' - dawn, every motming, on request: ALBION PARK BUCHANAN'S , STORE. Phone: Albion' Park 10. AUSTINMER MATTERSON, C. R.. 302 Main Rd. Ph. Thir. 90. bulLi CRUICKSHANIC, S. A. 333 Main Rd. Ph. Thir. 50. BELLAMBI HAWKINS, J. H. Phone: Corrimal 78. BALGOWNIE EDWARDS, P. Main Road. Phono 1S7U. CORRIMAL MARSDEN; A. Main Rd. Ph. Corr. 273. . COLEDALE E. REDMAN CRINGILA CARTWRIGHT, A. R. M. Lake Ay. 'Ph.. P.K. 198. . DAPTO SWAN, S. A. 20 Bong Bong St. Phone Dapto 63. FIGTREE BROOK'S P.O. STORE. HELENSBURGH NEVILLE, J. Phone Helensburgh 32. ' KIAMA SULLIVAN, A. M. Manning St. Ph. Kiama 184. KIAMA . - JARRETT, C. J. ...

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Lend-Lease Planes Used Against Allies [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

Vr A a V» i s aV'a%VBVsV»Vii , i Lend-lease Planes Used Against Allies TOKIO, Tuesday (A.A.T. Rruter). — A plane carrying Red Star markings today attacked and damaged a British fri gate patrolling the Korean coast. According to authoritative reports, another plane stood off high up during the at tack. Both planes were identified as King Air Cobras of the type given to Russia under the United States Lcrid-Lcase Pro gramme. ' It is believed the. frigate was only, slightly damaged, but it. will go doivn as the first casualty infllictcd on Mac Arthur's' naval forces.

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

Ti/TOORE MACMAHON,. brilli ' - ant and popular violinist, 'will be the Soloist, Grand Or chestral Concert, 'Civic' Theatre, MONDAY, 17TH JULY, 8 p.m. Make Early Reservations at MacAndrew's, ;

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Jock Garden "Not A.L.P. Member" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

Jock Garden 'Not A.L.P. Member' ( SYDNEY, Tuesday.— The State A.L.P. President (Mr. J. 'A. Fer guson, M.L.C.) said tonight that Mr. J. S. ('Jock') Garden was no longer a member of the A.L.P. j He said the . party's rule pro vided that in order to retain membership it was necessary to renew the ticket every 12 months. He said Mr. Garden had been in gaol for more than two years. Mr. Ferguson was commenting on a statement by Mr. Garden in Sydney today that he was still a member' of the Labor Party and would retain his interest in local political affairs. Mr. Ferguson said if Mr. Gar den applied for a renewal of membership it was unlikely it would be granted because he had 'maligned a Federal Labor Min ister and had tried to discredit the Federal Labor Government.''

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DOUBLE WEAR GARMENT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 5 July 1950

I DOUBLE WEAR GARMENT The coat-dress has continued on from Spring intc Autumn and still gives you double wear whether worn as a coat or(,& frock. This one, made in a fine grey wool, features cuffed dolman sleeves ' and hip-emphasising : arrow pockets. A cinnamon-coloured half-belt buttons to the waistline and plays up the moulded- lines of the frock.

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