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COUNCIL TO ACQUIRE LAND TO ALLEVIATE PRINCE'S HIGHWAY FLOODING [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

COUNCIL TO ACQUIRE LAND TO ALLEVIATE PRINCE'S HIGHWAY FLOODING Steps will be taken by the Wollongong Council to acquire land on the western side of Prince's Highway in order to carry out drainage work to al leviate the flooding of Prince's Highway in the Mount OuSley area. This action followed a report by the City Engineer OMr. Glas tonbury) to the Works Commit tee which recommended the ac tion. The land in ' question is owned by the Sydney Steel Com pany, of. Marrickville. The council has been advised that the Department of Main Roads is giving the highway flooding problem consideration. It has. caused serious incon venience to northern traffic. Tho Works Corr.rr.ittaa rosem mended that the City Engineer submit a report on the main roads and secondary roads with a^ view to making representa tion to the Department of Main Roads for the reclassification of certain roads. The. Committee also discusscd a Finance Committee recom mendation that their attention be drawn to^ the amount of ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Watersiders At Kempsey Told To Resume Work [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

Watersiders At Kempsey Told To Resume Work SYDNEY, Wednesday. — Kemp- sey waterside workers were in structed by their 'union tonight to end the dispute ? which is holding up the: discharge of 300 tons of urgently needed supplies, I including food, for flood-stricken towns along the Lower Macleay River. Before this instruction was sent from Sydney tonight volun teers in the Kempsey area had been organised to unload the goods if called on to do so. The dispute began yesterday morning . when 12 waterside workers reported/at Jersey ville to unload the North Coast Steamship Co. vessel Mclinga. The company representatives said only four men were needed. The men then refused to work the ship and returned to Kemp sey. They ? claimed the company had violated an agreement witti their union which provided that 12 men should be employed in the handling of cargo. The company took four men to Jersey ville today to unload the ship, but Kempsey Waterside Workers' Branch Secretary OMr. H. Sutton) re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

I CHEMISTS AND TAXPAYERS :: ? TAMES GALLAGHER, Wollongong's Leading Chemist, - ? 4 next to Union Bank, 225 Crown Street, Wollongong, J \ X Is providing a useful service for harassed taxpayers. . . ❖ Customers are supplied with a small card on which ? ? £ are entered all purchases, which form the basis of a re- | ?j, bate for income tax purposes. . . ❖ Each time a prescription is made up or surgical gpods ? ' X are purchased the items are entered on this' card; ' ') 4* At the end of the year it is a complete record and, ? ? ❖ with the company's receipts, becomes an official acknow- | J ledguient that the 'amount stated ' has been spent. . . .j. ? ? ?- In that way it provides proof that a taxpayer is en- ? ? |) titled to the appropriate amount of rebate. I ! . These days most businesses are forced to act as agents '? ? £ for. or to work for, the tax gatherer. But here's one -J J | which giyes its customers consideration by helping them ! ! ?I* to avoid paying too much. ?? ❖ -.M $ 4- O...

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Sedgman Has Toughest Test Against Drobny [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

Sedgman Has ' Toughest Test Against Drobny LONDON, Wednesday (A.A.P.) Frank Sedgman, Australian favourite for the men's singles title at Wimbledon, faces his toughest test today when he meets the hard-hitting former Czech, Jaroslav Drobny, in the semj-finals, in which he is- the sole Empire representative. An interesting §tage 'has been reached in the men's doubles, in which all the Australians ?have reached the quarter-finals. Brown and Sidwell, who were fully extended yesterday by the Swedish pair, Bergelin and Dav idson, ? now meet Cernik and Matous, and Sedgman and Mc Gregor, conquerors of the No. 1 pair, Talbert and Mulloy, will have to fight it out with the Americans, Budge Patty and Tony Trabert. In tho top half of the draw Australia is assured of a place in the semi-finals, as Brown' and Quist are drawn against their hard-hitting countrymen Mer vyn Rose and George Worth ingtcn. F. Sederman S e d gm an fought like a tiger in his dsspe rate :1ve-set quar ter -final s t r u g g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

Today's Theatre Programmes CROWN, Wollongong 7.45 p.m. Reserves: Phone 186 SAVOY, Wollongong Matinee, 2 p.m.; Evening, 7.45 Reserves: Tel. 118 WHITEWAY, Pt Kembla Reserves: Tel.- 2j4 NOW SHOWING AT THE CIVIC Twice Daily: 1.30 p.m., 7.30 p.m. ♦%.*. .*. .V'. A A .r. AA A X .T..*. Myrna Loy, Robert Mitchum in THE .RED .PONY ((G) Dorothy Hart in Outside the Wall (A) ? Short, HOLLYWOOD SWEEPSTAKE Shelley Winters, Macdonald Carey in SOUTH SEA SINNER (A) Audie .Murphy, .Gale Storm in Kid From ' Texas -(G) (Techn.) Short,. * . ' - PAINT POT ^SYMPHONY Kirk Alyn, -Noel Neill in SUPERMAN (G) . ?'. Gene Autry in Robin Hood of Texas (G)) Short, 'RIVER MELODIES Bob Hope, Martha Raye in NEVER SAY DIE John Payne, Gail Russell, Jeffrey Lynn in Captain ;China Hj Plus Paramount News Colour B Short, Serial, jSaturday only. H; t . ' ' BRITTON AND CO. S CRAFTSMEN TAILORS faultless fitting by tailoring by the time-honoured manner, gives you an individual suit . . . your suit- Fine range of Suitings at a p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

'Daily Mercury' Classified Advert isements RATES: Two shillings for first 14 . words (approximately three lines); sixpence for each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch. FURNITURE SALE Under instructions from the Executrix of the Estate of S. N. DALLY (deed.), at the residence, Cross Roads, West Wollongong SATURDAY, JULY 15 Commencing at 1 p.m. sharp. . J. N. KING & SONS PTY. LTD. have received instructions from the Executrix of the Estate of Samuel N. Dally (deed.) to sell by , auction on the above date the whole of the late Mr. Daily's- household furniture and effects at his residence, Cross Roads, West Wollongong; com prising: Dining table and chairs, cedar sideboard, buffet, 2 lounge chairs, brass fire screen, mantel radio, brass candlestick, brass bowl, carpet squares, mantel clock, electric fan, kitchen cab inet, kitchen table and chairs, traymobile, silver mounted carv ing set, 'Coldstream' refrigera tor, silver tea set, vacuum cleaner, cutler desk, sof...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

Exquisite CAMEOS IpS? subtle tribute to her discrimination and grace RINGS From £4/15/0 PENDANTS From £3/3/0 BROOCHES From £8/17/6 Unbelievably lovely cameo brooches, . pendants or rings of genuine import J ed Italian shell, carefully hand-carved I by skilled artists, into new and tra i ditional designs and mounted in a ' variety of gold mountings, including the distinctive leaf pattern illustrated, -bf 'k- ¥x i Each cameo is in a ? handsome plastic gift box. Lay-by or Mail Order available at GILES CROWN STREET, WOLLLONGONG (R. GILES, F.G.A.A., Proprietor)

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MEN RUSH BEAUTY AIDS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

MEN RUSH BEAUTY AIDS (By a Reuter's Correspondent in East London, South Africa). Women's hairdressing salon's here report that they are. be ing plagued by men seeking beauty aids. Men are having their hair set i n nArmanAnf urauns .anW getting regular manicures and are reported to be constantly pestering perfume counter as sistants for beauty aids and hints on how to use them. Men's hairdressers do not cater; for East London's males and it is left to women's es.tab- . lishments to-aid these men../ At one stage during the war business- was so good that one women's salon, provided spe cial facilities for men. ?

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HALF HOLIDAY FOR COUNCIL EMPLOYEES FOR ENGLISH R.L. VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

HALF HOLIDAY FOR COUNCIL EMPLOYEES FOR ENGLISH R.L. VISIT The City Council last night decided that a half-day holiday be declared for the council's employees on July 19 — the date of the English football team's visit. The Wollongong Traders' Association on 'Tuesday night rejected a proposal for this holiday. The council had been advised by the Chief Secretary's De partment that there was no .pro vision for a half-holiday in the Banks and Bank Holidays Act and the council could not pro claim a half-holiday (for the hanks. After this letter .had been read, the Mayor (Aid. C. M. Dawson) said 'We can still close the Town Hail at noon. 'I object,' said Aid. R. Bran don. 'It's a waste of time, .as the traders have already knock ed it back.' Aid. J. J. Kolly: The traders may have some good reasons tor their action, but I think we should still try to do something.' It is difficult to get distinguished players here. We should try to do something for them. ; Aid. Brandon: There were many argu...

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Labor To Back Govt. On Korea [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

Labor To Back Govt. On Korea CANBERRA, Wednesday— Hie Federal Executive of the Parlia mentary Labor Party will re commend to a general meeting of the Labor Party tomorrow it should support the Government's decision to stand by the United Nations. A statement by the Leader of the Opposition (Mr. Chifley) will urge the Government to have the United Nations use its power to have North Korean forces re turned beyond the 38th parallel and to introduce a democratic form of government for both! North and South Korea. The Australian Defence Coun cil today discussed the Korean situation, 'but no decision was taken to speed up the introduc tion of the national military ser vice because of. the Korean war. ?.VmWmV.W.V.WmW.W.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

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TREES FROM BULLI NURSERY TO BEAUTIFY CITY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

TREES FROM BULLI NURSERY TO BEAUTIFY CITY A move to beautify tho City of Greater Wollongong was made by Aid. R. Shipp at last night's meeting of the Wollon gong Council. He asked that the thousands of decorative trees at the Bulti nursery be made available to the public. 'There arc thousands of beau tiful trees, including hundreds of Norfolk Island pines, at the nursery,' said Aid. Shipp. 'I am alarmed at the congestion of these trees and ifeel they should be made available to the people who wish to beautify our town.' Included in the trees, -he said, were -oleander and many brush box pines. They were throe years old and were beginning to deteriorate. Aid. R. Brandon said . 'We have acquired land across Fairy Creek and it is rather barren. I suggest we put a few hundred of them in there.' Aid. Shipp: This is the time to put the trees out as they do not require so much water as in summer. Aid. H. Frew: A shortage of labour and guards has made it difficult for the caretaker to get me ...

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Religious Pupils Strike [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

Religious Pupils Strike (By a Reuter's Correspondent in Singapore) Two hundred and fifty pupils of the Alwiah Religious School in Arau, Pcrlis, went on strike in protest against the 'System of policy' of the school. They included eleven girls. A student spokesman said the strike would continue indefinite ly until the headmaster was dis missed and replaced by another to be agreed on by the pupils. The headmaster denied there was anything wrong with the educational, j-ol\cy' of the school, which 'aimed at teaching the benefits of the world and the world hereafter.' The school was closed tempor arily pending efforts to end the strike.

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BOMBER PILOT BLOWN UP, BUT LIVED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

BOMBER PILOT BLOWN UP, BUT LIVED TOKYO, Wednesday (A.A.P. Reuter) . — An American B26 pilot who was blown up with his bomber and lived to tell the tale is still operating with the Air Force over Korea . The pilot, First-Lieut. Jack Eno, 28, was returning from a mission over Korea when an un used bomb which he attempted to jettison into the sea stuck in the bomb bay. Unable to make his base with the deadly misile hanging from the bomb bay, Eno decided to ditch the aircraft. Then things happened fast. The right motor failed. The bomber lurched down, hit the water and blew up. The explosion was all Eno re membered until he came to in the water; The plane had dis appeared, but a liferaft had popped out and * was floating nearby. Eno was later picked up by a Japanese fishing boat, suffering only minor injuries. No trace was found of the gunner who accompanied him.

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