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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

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Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TRAFFIC POLICEMAN HIT BY CAR [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

TRAFFIC POLICEMAN HIT BY CAR Const. C. Humphries, of the Wollongong parking police, re ceived minor injuries when he was struck by an automobile in Crown Street yesterday while on duty. 'He was taken by-the Illa warra District Ambulance to a, doctor; for' treatment and then to' his home. Sgt, L..K/' Adams, of the Woll ongong ' Traffic Section, is mak ing.. -an. investigation of the accident. r-

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Fields For Saturday's Races CANTERBURY 12.30 2-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN 6f. (Fillies) [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Fields For Saturday's | Races I CANTERBURY i 12:30 2-y EAR-OLD ? MAlilBN 6f. j ... ... ( Fillies) 037 ORGANDI 13, ? 8 5 804 RELAXATION 7 ? 8 5 0 OCEAN. (PRINCE 20 . . . . B 5 *80 RONANJI 14 ? 8 5 657 ENGLISH METTLE 10 .. 8 5 066 NIWARI .18 ; . .: ? 8 5 646 MOONBLEND ? 16 ? 8 5 0 BOLD EMBLEM 6 .... 8 5 : GILT CRAG 2 ? 8 5 654 KEEBOROUGH 8 .: ? 8 '5 550 MAGIC .MAZE ,. 17, , ?.. 8 5 06 GALLION'S REACH 3 . . 8 5 00 ROYAL HAVEN 19 .. .. 8 5 - 00 ROYA.-' LHAVEN. 19 .. .. 8 5 '270 MIDCRAG ,15 .. .. 8 5 27 GOLD BLAZE 12 : ? 8 o 64 DOUBLE- NIGHT 11 ? 8 5 .7 SWEET ,KENTi9:. ... .. ;. -.« 5 0 MISS JEANETTE 5 .. .. 8 -5 : ACE WING 4 ? ? ? 8 5 306 LADY' KENDRICK 1. ..??i. 8 .- 5 1.0 ? 2-XEAR-_OLD.( .MAIDEN . 6f; (Colts and G.eldings) -. MEDLOOH 7 ? 8 5 CO BLANDPUR '18 .. .. .'. 8 5 000 ON- PURPOSE, ? ? 8 a 4C0 QUARTER DECK 16 ... . 8 5 270 DEPUTATION 1. ? 8 5 794 COURT SESSION 5 . . . . 8 5 326 LUCKY DRAW 8 ? 8 5. 0 UDALL.C20-. ? ? 8 5 THE OLD Vin..i... ... .. 8 5 833 BAHRAM'S DOUBLE 15 . . 8 5 ...

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House Of Commons Endorses Korean Intervention [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

House 01 Commons Endorses Korean Intervention LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.). — The Oppo sition Leader (Mr. Winston Churchill) yesterday called for new talks with the Russians to seek a settlement before they possessed the 'devastating power' of atomic weapons. 'It Is my belief that the American superiority in atomic warfare is, for the time being, an effective deterrent' against a general Communist onslaught,' Britain's war-time leader told the House of Commons during the Korean war debate. Mr. Churchill joined the Prime Minister (Mr. Attlee) in declar ing that British and American action in Korea gave the best chance of maintaining world peacc. Amid the . applause of a crowded House, Mr. Attlee said the world was indebted to the United States Government for its prompt action in defending South Korea against 'naked ag gression.' Defending Britain's swift sup port for the U.S., he said delay might have let the aggressor 'get away with it' and faced the United Nations with a fait ac compl...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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FLEMINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

FLEMtNCTON, 12.45 . :l). GALLA HUltDLH 2feim, 110 REBIL REGIS 9 .. .. .. 11 13 221 TUCKOUT 2 .. .. .. ..JLig 174 ELASTIN.4 .. ... .. ... --.JOIS 120 ENTHEAN a8 - . . =? ? }° » 302 KING'S WALK 5 ? 10 4 445 FOX .JUNIOR lOj-V. .». 9- 9. 050 MONTE CASSINO 3 . . 9 6 130 FOXEN 13 .... g » 000 BOKARRA.12. .. ? ? 9 J 5C0 FAIZ EFFBNDI 6 . . . . 9 1 097 BIG MAORI. 14 ? 9 0 66.7 CHIEF. -.COMMAND i7 .. 9 0 000 GOLDEN CHEERS 11 .. ,9 0 666. . STUDENT._ 1 „ v.; ? . ?4,P 1.2&!' ' V j1'a\vn.,handicap : 001 C'ASTLEBRAE 21 .... . . 9 .4 216 RIPTIDE 24 .: i. ? ? 9 2 .8 WELLINGTON 31 .. .. .. ;\9 J 270. REQAL- SCOUT 22 ... .. ,.9 -.1 021 SOLRAY .13 ? ? ? .9. 0 452 DORNOCH 16 . .. 3 12 221 GRAND. MONARCH 14 .. 8 59 454 KINTAIL a'.. ?? -? ?? ?? » -.7 ? 264 PRINCE BEN 25 .. .. .. .8 (6 775 CHARKHA ,12. .. ... .. 8 .4 023 PERFORM '30 .: .. 8/3 542 IVERS; '3,n. . ? .8 $ 655 ypussoiR,.;- .v -.. ?? ?? | X 600 GOMMENIATOR 29 .... 8 .0 ICS LOCKUAHDT 6 .. ..... 8 o 680 MACSHAW ' 23 ? 8 0 OOQ FELSTARl,.3P...

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Council Appoints Conference Delegates [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Council Appoints Conference Delegates The Mayor of Greater Woll ongong (Aid. C. McL. Dawson), Aid. H. Frew, Aid. J. J. Kelly, and Aid. H. A. Graham have been chosen by the City Council as delegates to the annual con ference of the Local Government Association. The conference will be held from October 18-October 20. Council representation is on a population basis. The conference this year will be held at Wagga. HONG KONG, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter). — Chinese police today fired across the border into Communist China after they were fired upon from the Chinese side.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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U.S. Holiday Toll [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

U:S. Holiday Toll ! new; YORltr ; T hursi'iy (A.A.P.):— Accjdental dealtKs in the ?' Uh'itied States ? reached ; a new record, o'f V83 'during the Way Independence ^Day . vaca tion: The ? .previous, .'record,, - of 761. , was . s^t1 in , 1936, ^Tr'Sfiic tweidphis ..: Claimed ,.382.. .of^ 'ihe total .filiied'. FlreVvbrks, oiyEe, ,tpe major; .cause In d e ri c e Day. ^deaths, claimed only one victim.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Wrestlers Disqualified in Fifth Round [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Wrestlers Disqualified in Fifth Round SYDNEY, Thursday. — Emile Koroschenko (18.7) and Chief Little Wolf (17.4) were both dis qualified in the fifth round of their match at tho Sydney Sta dium tonight.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

{'Daily Mercury*' Classified Advertisements BATES: Two shillings for first 14 words (approximately three lines); sixpence for each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch. RUCTION SALES Valuable land & house TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION ON THE PROPERTY No. 10 BERRY ST., NOWRA TUESDAY, JULY- 25TH 11.30 a.m. CTEWART & MORTON and J. K3 N. KING & SONS have been instructed by Mrs. Arthur Em ery to sell this very ccntrally situated property. Torrens title. LAND: 72ft. frontage to Berry Street x 330 ft. Post Office only 200 yards. Road to be constructed' at rear. HOUSE: Well-built weatherboard, 8 main rooms, extensive veran dah, large kitchen, bathroom, etc. Fully furnished. Vacant Possession. Suitable for profitable board ing house, flats with shop fronts, etc. In a fast developing town, this should be a very sound invest ment. The frontage is exten sive. inspection can be arranged. J. N. KING & SONS PTY. LTD. STEWART & MORTON Auctioneers in Co...

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Thornton Resigns From Ironworkers [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Thornton Resigns From Ironworkers SYDNEY, Thursday. — The Federal Council of the Iron workers' Association is expected to meet shortly to decide when a ballot will be held to fill Mr. E. Thornton's position as Nat ional Secretary. Mr. Thornton has resigned to accept a position with the Com munist-controlled World Fed eration of Trade Unions. The Communist candidate for Mr. Thornton's position is ex pected to be Mr. L. J. McPhii lips, now Assistant National Secretary, while the A.L.P. nom inee will be Mr. L. Short, Sec retary of the Ironworkers' A.L.P. Industrial Group. A cable report today stated Mr. Thornton, who is in Paris, ?had -been appointed to the Lia ison Bureau of the W.P.T.U. at Peiping, China. The report added Mr. Thorn ton was now on his way back to Australia, where he would stay for a short period before going on to Peiping. It was learned tonight that his wife, who lives in Glades ville, has applied for a passport to travel overseas.

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"ILLAWARRA DAILY MERCURY" COMIC STRIPS WILBUR [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

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Smuts Recovers [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Smuts Recovers CAPETOWN, Thursday (A.A.P.). — '.'General Smuts is absolutely grand,' .his doctor reported yesterday, indicating that the 'Grand Old Man' of South African politics is finally out of the wood a;ftcr an illness lasting five week's. It was the onl$r real illness of 80 years. I Queen's Gratitude

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P.K. Wharfies Elect Council Representatives [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

P.K. Wharfies Elect Council Representatives Port Kembla Waterside Workers yesterday voted in an nual 'out-port elections' of rep resentatives to the union's Fed eral Council. ? The out-ports representation has been increas ed from one member to two this, year. The t;ort itomDia memners joined with Newcastle, Coffs Harbour, , Kempsey, Lismore, Grafton, Port Stephens, aiul Tathro .stevedores in choosing their officials. All of the four nominees for election are from Newcastle. ? , Mr. R. Rose, of the Newcastle Coaltrimihers, the present out ports. delegate, is one of the nominees seeking election in the current ballot. The, vote's will be counted this morning by. scrutineers undc-r tji'e direction of the union's re turning officer (Mr. J. Hayes). The President of the P-y-t , Kembla Waterside Workers (Mr. Fred Watson) said yesterday, '|In the past there has . been press criticism and .unjust accus ations of unfair balloting in the unions. I .would .like, to say. the balloting of member...

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MR. BERRY TO REPORT ON BLACKOUTS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

MR. BERRY TO REPORT ON BLACKOUTS The City of Greater Wollon gong's Electrical Engineer. (Mr. B. D. Berry) has been asked .to prepare a special report on the position of the South Coast .dis. trict in. the State .Government's electricity load-shedding scheme. Aldefmeri at Syedriesday night's - meeting of the City Council were generally critical of tiie . blackout regulations recently impose'd oh , the area by the State Electricity Commissioner, .(Mr. H. G. Conde).. ' ; Aid. G. Hanley asked that Mr. Berry state the case - for , such rationing to all the aldermen at last nights meeting. , Aid. H.. A. Graham irioved that the matter be made the subject of a special report to the next 'meeting of council. , 'Last yearns circumstances haven't changed,' said Aid. Grar ham,- and-yet- we're being .brought into., the blackouts. I'd. like ihe technical information so we ca.- see if there is a case we can put to Mr. Conde.-. , .. .i ? Aid'.- 'G„ J. Sargent . said,. 'I'd' like to have. it,. expre...

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NEW MEMBERS AT ANNUAL MEETING OF CORRIMAL PROGRESS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

NEW MEMBERS AT ANNUAL MEETING Of CORRIMAL PROGRESS ASSOCIATION ? At the annual meeting of tho Corrimal, Progress Association, on Tuesday, a number of new (embers wero welcomed. i The President (Mr. S. C. Dun can) submitted the annual re port, which gave a list of func ..»nj, deputations and inter views attended by representa tives and contained the follow ccmments: ? With .the . population . of Corrimal and value of work performed by the association, accommodation should be. taxed to the limit at bach, meeting. © With the; .operation of the v. ard system;, anil the appoint ment of a, local 'committep., next; yr.ar, as -promised by the Mayor,! conditions in Cor'riniai should improve. ; ' .' ,.; \ ' ' | The Secretary (Mr. W. Mas cord) presented a lengthy re- 1 cord of the. efforts of the asso-' elation-,' during, the year, and added that, while members had been alert in proclaiming Cor rimal's needs, and in advocating necessary, progress, they had' not always been successful in persua...

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Poor Display By Englishmen In Brisbane [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

r._ri « v m m Poor Display By Englishmen In Brisbane BRISBANE, Thursday. — The British Rugby League team to day gave its poorest display to date,, even though it beat Bris bane 18-8 at the Cricket Ground. The tourists were evidently tired after three matches in Six days and made a lackadaisical and sluggish display. | As -a spectacle the game was a complete disappointment. Thirty-seven penalty kicks were awarded in the 80 minutes of play, 28 favouring the Bris bane .team and nine going to the .tourists. In -the second half the Brit ishers received j- gruelling, ibeing awarded three penalties to Brisbane^ 14. The young Brisbane team rose magnificently to the occa sion and their tackling was the only bright spot of the game. After Cunliff'e's try in the tenth -minute of the game the Brisbane team tackled so well that the visitors did no cross again. The game was played in a sporting spirit and tempers, even in- the hottest situations, were well ? curbed. . : Centre Ernest Ashcroft was...

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Correspondents Captured? [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Correspondents | Captured? TOKYO, Thursday (A.A.P. Reiitor).— Korean Communist radio claimed today that two American war correspondents, Peter' Kalischer, of United Press, and Tom Lambert, of Associated Press, have -been captured on tho Suwon front. There has been no confirma tion frojn American Advanced Headquarters in Korea. United Press said it had not heard from Kalischer since he relieved another U.P. corres pondent, Jack James, with the front line American troops yesterday. Associated Press announced that Lambert, however, had escaped: from the battle area and' got back to Taejon.

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Tennis Titles To Continue Today [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

Tennis Titles To Continue Today Tennis players will compete in the second round of the South Coast championships this weekend. Play will commence at midady today and at 9 a.m. on Sunday. The championships are still in their early stages and it is im possible to forecast the winners of any event at the moment. Of the seeded iplavers, Pepper, Stapleton and Grant are playing good tennis, while, in the juniors, Graham Rabey is expected to do really well. This lad has improved great ly since playing in Country Week early, in the year. Women will . also , ?' toe ; ? kept busy. In this section Mrs/ Ben nett is expected to go close to winning/ She is another Coun try Week player.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

'Daily Mercury' Classified Advertisements - ? BATES: Two shillings for first 14 words (approximately three lines); sixpence for each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch. HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE A USTINMER: A very, nice and spacious weatherboard cot tage with tiled roof, consisting of three bedrooms, lounge room, dining room, kitchen jtc. large verandahs, fuel, stove. This property is in a highly ele vated position and has its lawns' etc. all terraced with brick wall ing. Price of this home, £3,200. V.P. Apply Fred C. Scott & Co., L.R.E.A., Corrimal. A MAGNIFICENT red brick tiled roof residence, 3 bed rooms, large dining room, kitch en, verandah, fully tiled bath room, garage, workshop, etc. hot water service, electric appli ances. Water frontage, bus at the door.' Vacant possession. Truly a fine home. £3,600. J. N. King & Sons Pty. Ltd., 343; Crown St., . Woilongong. I TJALGOWNIE: V.P. Fibro Cottage, only 1 minutes from bus route. Handy to shops and ...

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