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OBITUARY MR. PETER BALMAIN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

OBITUARY' ' MR. PETER BALMAIN . The death occurred last night of Mr. Peter Balmain, of' 29? - Bruce Road, Warrawong. He : died at the Wollongong Hospital, ..s aged 85. Mr. Balmain came to Australia . from Scotland 30 years ago and . had resided in this district since. Mr. Balmairi was predeceased by his wife, Mrs. Helen Balmairi, . 10 vears atro. He is survived by his children, John, Bill, Millie (Mrs. V. Woodall), May (Mrs. H. Davids), and Chris (Mrs. Diivies). Funeral arrangements have been made for Monday, wlien the procession will leave Par sons' FUneral Parlours for the Presbyterian cemetery, Wollon gong. Rev. Alexander will offi ciate. ? ? ? ?

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Mainly About People [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

Mainly About People Rev. Clive Goodwih will be in ducted Rector of the. Parish of St. Mark's, Darling Point, next Thursday by Archbishop Mowll dhtl Archflfe'sicon t-iufei^Moir. Mr. Goodwin was rector* of the Par ish of Kembla for three years before taking ur- duty as Senior Cnaplain of Sydney Seamen's Mission. Mr; arid Mrs. R. B. Bell; - of Wollongorig, motored to' Masfcot during -the - week and - left by 'plane for Brisbane, where they will spend the winter months as the guests 6f their son-in-law arid daughter, Dh and Mrs. Riiinmer. They' will also -visit their son, Dr. Malcolm Bell, and his 'wife. . ; . . ?k ★ ★ tMr. and Mrs. Peter Soiling, ol iitirec, arc the proud parents of a daiiglildr. Congratulations are being sent from. Wollongong friends. IVIrs. Soiling- will be re merfii)ei;ed by many friends as Jsob'el l^Iariton. * ★ ★ On Sunday, at the 11 £t.m. ser vice a.t the Methodist Church, Wblibrigong, there will' be a dfe'di cation service to the late Mrs Frank Frost. Rev. F. Al...

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HAND CAUGHT IN BUFFERS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

HAND CAUGHT IN BUFFERS Thomas Parkinson, 39, of 43 Tarrawanna Street, Tarrawaiina, sustained a probable fracture of .tlie right , hand when he .ftas caught between buffers at the Corrimal Coliiery yesterday morning. He was taken to the Wollon gong District Hospital by the Illawarra Ambulance Service..

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100 GUESTS AT UNANDER[?]A [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

100 GUESTS^M^y . ' -UNANDERm^^ The .Shire Hall, Ucmriderra, was the scene of a haT^r gath ering on Friday night j' when Mr. and Mrs. P. Huihphries en tertained about 100 guests to celebrate the coming-of-age of; their daughter June. The guest of honour looked . charriiirig in a ballerina-lerigth frock of lace and faille. Ori entering the -hall to -the strains of 'Happy Birthday,' n.rloo !.,!-= nmao'nf art -vith a boUquet of camellias and carnations by her sister, Elairie, who was wearing .a -pink em bossed oi'gandi ballerina frock. Dancirig and games, with musical items, took place uritil supper was served. This was followed by the presentation of the key and the cutting of the -two-tier birthday cake.

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

*1' 'H°I' 't' '1' 'I'I' '1' 'I' 'I' 'I' * I 'ALL0WRIE' I BUTTER - - i t I I MANUFACTURED IN YOUR OWN ILLAWARR^ | ? | DISTRICT AND DISTRIBUTED TO CUSTOMERS | | FRESH FROM THE CHURNS DAILY! I t $ t * * * j: % :: * Support Yonr Own District and Demand -§? the Locally Manufactured j j | 'ALLOWRIE' BUTTER | ?J* ? .'i* | SUPERFINE QUALITY | SOLD EVERYWHERE ? * * * ! £ Wholesale Fromi ! I The Producers' Co-operative Distributing ? j | Society Ltd. [? % 122 Keix- Street, Wollongong i' j| Telephone 28 X 4 *r C-a , 'I read it . . . s-y » ^ IT GIVES REAL NEWS— WHAT'S ^ DOING IN THE DISTRICT . . . Xi\ ]frT KEEPS ME INFORMED OF THE :^=/r HAPPENINGS OVERSEAS AND ^ IN AUSTRALIA.' DAILY MERCURY x PRICE 2d Most readers have it — ;dtfM^ered-''every^ morning . . . DO 's YOU? i PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH ANY NEWSAGENT Any of the following district newsagents will deliver the 'Daily Mercury' to your home at dawn, every mofrning, on request : ALBION PARK BUCHANAN'S STORE. Phone: Albion Park 16. AUSTIN MER MAT...

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London Thinks Russia Does Not Want War [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

[?] ? Does Not Want War LONDON, Friday. — Observers here consider the fact that Russia has not chosen openly to back Northern Korea in the present conflict is evidence that Russia is not planning war. Russia, in a Note handed to the United States Ambassador in Moscow yesterday, blamed South Korea for the conflict. It declared that the Soviet Government was adhering ? to 'the principle of non-admission of interference by foreign Pow ers in the internal . affairs of Korea.' London observers conclude from the Russian . Note that the American decision to giye mili ittiy uiu lu.ouuui xyuitiii litis uui affected the Russian decision to remain at least fprmally disso ciated from the military activi ties of North Korea. They hoid that so long as Russia maintains this policy of non-intervention, the situation in Korea could develop without bringing nearer the' danger of actual hostilities between Russia and the United States. It is revealed in Washington that the United States on Tues day as...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

A deceit of falsehood is never Wise.' Too much cannot be done towards guarding and guiding well the germinating and inclin ing thought of childhood. — Mary Baker Eddy. The force of one's being, if | it has any force, must come from within.— — R. W. Clark,

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

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CONISTON MOTHERS TOLD OF NEW SCHOOL EQUIPMENT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

CONISTON MOTHERS TOLD OF NEW SCHOOL EQUIPMENT The Headmaster of Coniston School ((Mr. Ramsay) told the June meeting of the Coniston Mothers' Club of many im provements being carried out at the school. Seats are toeing erected in the playground, toilets are be ing renovated and extended and an additional grant has toeen received from the Education Department for material for the .weather shed. New tubular furniture has arrived for the Kindergarten as well as other new equipment. The meeting was well at tended despite the 'bad weather. Plans were made for the annual party in August. The Juvenile Ball, 'held early this month, was described as a great success. The Club ex tended thanks to Messrs. Kerr, Jack Maynes and Lindsay Maynes for their generous donations. Human character evermore publishes itself. The most fugi tive deed and word, the inti mated purpose, expresses char acter. — Emerson. Who feels Injustice; who shrinks before a slight; who has a sense of wrong so acute, and so gl...

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DID YOU KNOW... or Strange Facts of the World. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

.DID YOU KNOW... . . . or Strange Facts of the WorM i

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J.F.C. Inter-Club Competition [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

J.F.C. Inter-Club Competition At the various Illawarra Agri cultural shows last season Junior Farmers' Clubs won high com mendation for thsir fine exhibi tions of both live stock and pro duce, while girl members were to the fore in demonstrating marked skill in the culinary arts. Perhaps the display that at tracted the . greatest public at tention was the' . inter-club'; dis trict exhibit competition staged for the first time at Dapto on ?the 'suggestion of 'Mr.- Arthur Chalmers, South Coast super visor. » . r ; -j: ..' ' i -ji- ? ' ? - vAlbion . Park ; winner of the competition was anxious to know if for 1951 a similar contest would be held as the club desired to put preliminary organisation in hand at once. Approaching Dapto Society, it also suggested if staged again, this be made part of the main pavilion display. Dapto A.- and H. committee registered an immediate decision that the contest would be con tinued and Albion Park and the district supervisor . were inform ed accordingl...

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FILM COUNCIL FOR ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

FILM COUNCIL FOR ALBION PARK The team of organisers as sociated with the formation 'of Film Councils in district cen tres was at Albion Park on Thursday night. A representa tive gathering attended the for mation meeting. The Deputy Mayor of Shell harbour Municipality presided. Suggestions and ideas placed before the gathering by Me^.'ir. F. Lowden (Amenities Officer of the Jo.nt Coal Board, Soir.h ern District), J. O'Haru (National Film Library, Can berra), and T. Rl Russell (Sec retary jfi:s.W, Film Council) were received with enthusiasm. Nearly every organisation in the town was reprosen'.'j.l, as well as 1 epi-esentativcs from Wongawilli Amenities Commit tee and Tongarra Minors' Lodge. Albion Park Rail was altc. well represented. The meeting decided to form a Film Council for the Albion I Park area. The election of officers result ed: President, the Mayor of Shellharbour Municipality (Ald; Keith Grey). Committee: Aid. J. Hallon, Aid. W, Gill, two re presentatives from the local A...

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Mustard Gas Claim Fails [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

Mustard Gas Claim Fails SYDNEY,' Friday. — A Supreme, Court jury this' afternoon re jected a wharf-labourer's claim for £2000 damages for mustard gas injuries. The wharf - labourer, John Thomas Flanagan, 53, of Milroy Avenuei Kensington, claimed he had been gassed while working in the Idomenus, owned -by'the China Mutual Steam Navigation Co. and the Ocean Steamship Co., in January, 1943. He claimed he had suffered se vere injuries which had a per manent effect on him. He al leged negligence by the owners in not, warning him and pro tecting him. The companies denied' negli gence and joined the Common wealth as a third party to the accident. After a five-day hearing the jury found there had. been no negligence and returned a ver dict for the defence.

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LOOPHOLE IN PRICES ACT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

LOOPHOLE IN PRICES ACT SYDNEY, Friday. — Following a judgment by the State Full Court today, hundreds of pro secutions under price-fixing re gulations will fail.'.- ? . The prosecutiqns are pending against New South Wales trad ers, especially retailers, The Court hiel'd that Federal regulations and notifies . pur'port I ing 'to fix prices, which .the State Government adopted and ' incor porated in its 1948 Prices Regu lation Act, believing them to be valid, were- tri fact' invalid fol lowing the High Court . decision on petrol rationing and control in June last year. - The Chief Justice (Mr. Justice Street), giving the judgment of the Court today, said 'the : State Act operated only in respect of regulations and orders which were actually in force. It could have no operation, he said, in re spect of regulations which were only believed to be in force, but which the High Court had found | were not.

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THINK IT'LL RAIN? BROTHER, IT HAS! [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

THINK IT'LL RAIN? BROTHER, IT HAS! j The first six months of 1950 were the \ wettest in the recorded history of the South Coast district. In the Wollongong area fain fell 89 days out of 181. ! v v' Rainfall for June broke all previous records at 20.63 inches for Wollongong, 23.20 inches for Corrimal, and 21.4 Inches at Keiravllle. Mr. W. V. Mintorn, who. re cords rainfall figures at Smith's Hill, Wollongong, ?aid 1950 should break all previous records for . rainfall. ' The record yearly total was in .1890, when 83.36 inches were recorded'; and 70.77 inches have already fallen since January 1, 1950. The year 1950 has already set a six-months record'. In 1890, vthe last .record year, only 67.24 inches fell during the. first- six months. Corrimal received 72.27 inches of ra.in the first six, month's of this year, ? which' exbeeds' the 1949 year's total ,by l3.14 inches. Mr. S. C. Duncan, who records Corrimal's rain, 'says bnly 14.16 inches of rain fell there in, -1949 during the . mont...

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

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

It's cheaper, fresher, this easy home mixed way... just sift together ? ? -tiCIIj 1 K This easy method saves a penny a pound on ilour — and you have tlie added advantage of a rising in gredient direct from an air tight container and therefore always 100% active. C&EAM -*TMTM. BAKING POWDER ? MB7.I&1 Today's Theatre Programmes SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1950. CROWN, Wollongong Matinee, 2 p.m. Night, 8. Reserves: Phone 186 SAVOY, Wollongong 7.40 p.m. Reserves: Tel. 118 STRAND, Corrimal Matinee, 2 p.m. Night, 7.45. Reserves: Tel. 50 ROYAL, Bulii Matinee, 2 p.m. Night, 7.45. KING'S, Thirroul Matinee, 2 pirn. Night, 7.45. Reserves: Tel. 61 ' ' WHITEWAY, Pt. Kembla Matinee, 2 p.m. Night, 7.45. ' , : , Reserves: Tel. 234 ?X* -I* *!* *!? *X'I* -X-* *** *i- *X* *X* ?-?? *X+ *X* * NOW SHOWING AT THE CIVIC Daily at 1.30 P.M. & 7.30 P.M. Thursday, Friday, Saturday Broderick Crawford, Mercedes Cambridge, John' -Derek '- in ALL THE KING'S MEN (A) Frank Albertson in SILENT WITNESS (...

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

'MERCURY' PATTERN SERVICE V ( \The tailleur is still the most important item in your winter wardrobe and well repays good cut and careful workmanship. Cut and line show themselves at their best in this style with its slim four-gored skirt and firmly fitted jaclcou The jacket is dipped in at the waist and given a further slimming effect with the shaped gores at back and . front. A contrast (it could be vel vet) is given in the peaked split cuffs and the pointed iapels. Gaberdine, grey worsted or a fine' surface cloth would be ideal fa.brics. Sizes available: 32,' .34,' 36' and 38in. bust. Ma 'terial' required: 23' yards of 54 inch, half-yard of 54in. contrast. To secure this pattern, send postal note or money order for 2/4 to Pattern Dept., 'Daily Mercury,' Wollongong. Write .clearly your name and ad-, dress, size and number - (5837) ' i of pattern required.

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Warrawong ratepayers' Ball Last Night [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

Wairawong Ratepayeis' Ball Last Night - Mr: W. C. Went worth, M.H.R., and Mrs. ^ Wentworth, and the Works Manager of A.I. Si ( Mr. H. Mortlock ) and Mrs. Mortlock were among the guests at the Warrawong Rate payers and Mothers' Club annual ball, at Warrawong Hall, last night. Mr. and^Mrs. j Neil Abercrombie were host and hostess. Mr. H. Mortlock said it was an esteemed privilege to be present at such a gathering in the sub urb of Warrawong; when reply ing to the 'Guest of Honour'' toast proposed by. Mr. Aber crombie. II! 'Especially,' continued Mr. Mortlock, 'when the ozganisa tions are working hard for ameni ties for the school.' There was a big gathering at the hall, which had been smartly decorated by the women's com mittee. The temporary, supper room,- the work of the men's committee, was unique, in that the outside courtyard had been enclosed with massive steel gir ders and tarpaulins. TEN DEBUTANTES Ten attractive debutantes were presented to Mrs. Mortlock,' who was gowned in b...

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MAN BATTERED TO DEATH WITH BROOMHANDLE? [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

MAN BATTERED TO DEATH WITH! BROOMHANDLE? MELBOURNE, Friday.— Albert Joiner, 51, of Osborne Street, Williamstown, was allegedly bat tered to death with! a broom handle during a family brawl last night. At the - City Court, today, Charles Ratcliffe, 29, labourer, Joiner's son-in-law, was remand ed until July 7 on a charge of murder, Bail; was refused.

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