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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

?pOR GRAND ORCHESTRAL A CONCERT BOOKINGS; Mac Andrew's Music Store, 180 Crown St; Pribes 4/-;\3/-, 2/-. NO TAX; i MUSIC LOVERS) . give your ; fullest , .pofesible sup- : port In fc#pfeidi&tibh of Dr; Bain ton's visit, 'Cl\dc' Theatre.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Port Entertains Prince George Golfers [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

Port Entertains Prince George Golfers Port . Kembla Golf Club enter tained members of the Prince George Golf Club, Moore Park, at Port Kembla yesterday. Rounds were played in perfect conditions and the visitors were loud in their praise of the Port course. , ? The president of the Prince George Club (Mr., R. Croft) pre sented the Port Kembla associ ates with three ha.n'dsome tro phies in appreciation for the splendid catering, the associates providing both the lunch and afternoon tea at the ciubhouse. ine &yaney club' was making the first of its regular twice yearly- visits. In the morning an in dividual nine-hole - stableford competition was conducted, the Port Kembla .winner being W, Crawford off a handicap of IS, who compiled 24 points; Highest scorer for the visitors was G. Chappell (8) who'scor&'d 2.1 points - ? ' , ' George Chappen^^aiajabu'bie when, with H.1 'G^ Port Kembla, they wqh^tn&'Tout- won -Ciggi CYCLIC atttUl«JO.ru'lrCOm -gbtition' ':in.,:the....

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Wollongong Golfers Beat Canberra [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

Wollongong Golfers Beat Canberra Wollongong golffei's had their luckiest win yesterday in their pennant game against Canberra at the Woliongong links. They defeated the visitors 4 and 3. This was the fourth round of this Southern districts golf' pen nant. . With only the McKay v Cor rigan match outstanding the scores stood at three game's all; This ma'ch was the closest . of all. The Wollongong golfer, just managed to gain 'success at the 20th. Results: — SATURDAY Open ? mlx&a Cahadlah f&Ur- some (Stan Kennedy's trophies) : B. Geurin and Mrs. Lindsay (12) 66, J. McDonald arid Mrs. Geddes (20) 68,- J. Connolly and Miss S. Corinaghan (17) 70, F. Cheney and Miss M. Connaghan (13) 72. Best gross: George Phillips and Mrs. Barnes 80. j SUNDAY I PENNANT MATCH Wollongong v Canberra, 4th Round Wollongong defeated Canberra 4 and 3: R. Day (C) d L. Woods (W) 2 and 2, R. McKay (W) d D. Corrigan (C) at 5oth,.G. Phil lips (W) d A. Sheppard (C) '2 and : 'l, H. 4tey'/ .(C)' d J G:' ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Balloon Guided To Earth [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

Balloon Guided To Earth (By a Reuter Correspondent- at Ladysmith, South Africa) A bright orange balloon, held by a fragile . thread, guided an aircraft safely to earth through dense fog at Ladysmith. '' ' ./fhe/^bailoiDri was the mete.br oiogical ''officer's brain-wave. The Biljpt.-of the aircraft ..wanted jto lalivd, -^)^t- a tthlck'- fog . 6ver''OTb airfield, .limited ' VisibiliMiSjtQi^Q ^'atdSAnv;;' The red ' light on 'top of the airport tower was switched on, but- cduld not penetrate through the ? fog. Meanwhile the . pilot circled., overhead unable to lo cate, i the exact/^position jibf . the airfield. ' v:; . - i . ? -Tlie ;,m4ifeo^oiogicai officer then sjuggested-tjiat -a . hydrogen-fllied. galloon, used, in metfeorological observations, should be attached to a reel of thread, and . releas ed to 'act as a. Bea'cbri. ' '' The balloon was released . tQ :a height of . 500 feet, &botit : 200 fe&t above the cdlihg.'pf' 'ttigl'. The pilot, realising the' signifi- ca...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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R.L. COMPETITION POINT SCORE TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

R.L. COMPETITION POINT SCORE TABLE Played Won Lost Drawn Points PORT KEMBLA ? ? L 8 7 \ -- 14 .. WptLONGbNd ? ? ? 8 6 2 li \ THIRROUL ? ' 8 5 ' 3 -- .10 CORRIMAL ? ? 1. 8 ,4 v3, 1 dapto ..1 ? ? 8 4 , 4; v- ... .:. WE^TS ? ? ...... 8 ? 1 ' 4; \ 1 .7 ? C.B.G ? ? 8 2 ' ? « : ? . 'A . NbRTHS ? ? ? 8 0 - - - |0 ?

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

ILLAWARRA GREYHOUND RACING CLUB DOGS ARE RACING TONIGHT AT WOLLONGONG TONIGHT! TONIGHT I' ? djf Ron Clarkson's 78 KEIRA STREET , WOLLONGONG For MOTOR CYCLES, SPARES and I ACCESSORIES . ^ j — — ? — ? ? ? i' ? : ? ;; {catering I jj CARRIED OUT BY I R. BRANDON j | Jj ? Wedding Breakfasts, Functions, etc.' 'j j! ? Afternoon Tea ? Smokos ? Luncheons J' j! At BRANDON HALL, Crown Street, Wollongong f «[ 'Phone Woll. 634, or call aii 176 Crown Street V Ji Wollongong for Quotafibns. ? Hj| iVAVVVVVWUWAS%VcVW.W.*.V.VV.'.,.'.'.V.'.Mii'.M.VJ

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

BRITTON AND CO. ^ Craftsmen tailors faultless fitting by tailoring by the time-honoured manner, gives you ah individual suit . . . your suit- Pino range of Suitings at a price that is reasonable. Upstairs over Moran & Cato. 'Phone W'gong 1078.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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HERALDIC CRESTS FOR ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

HERALDIC CRESTS ' FOR ARMY The Australian Army has abandoned- color patches and is. encouraging regiments to adopt a lieraldifV/crest and motto. A Polish '.Vew Aus tralian, Kasmir Jurga, painted these shields show ing, above, the School of In fantry crest, and. below, the First Armored Regiment.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

» v x uumvyuxvi , .u;^ . 'Daily Mercury*' Classified Advertisements BATES: Two shillings lor first 14 words (approximately three lines) ; sixpence tor each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch. WANTED J-JUNDREDS of Building Blocks for immediate sale anywhere on the Coast. 1 will guarantee the top price — a quick sale — satisfaction. No sale — no charge. A salesman will call and inspect any time, any hour. CHARLES B. M. McDERMOTT, R.E.A. -, 92 pROWN STREET. OPPOSITE P.O., WOLLONGONG Phone 84 jr.v.v.v.v.vv.v.vv.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.%v.v.v.v.%w I CHARACTER IN CLOTHES l 5 , f For Tailored Clothes worthy of your $ £ confidence consult T. and J . Egan. £ i i ^ All Suits, Costumes, Sports Coats, ;? - Trousers, Dinner Suits and Tuxedos are jj; - HAND TAILORED on the Premises from |l 5 highest grade materials, and linings and 5 J trimmings are the best. ^ | T. & J. EGAN ( 5 Exclusive Tailors -J jjj Above Black and White Cafe ' j5 - Entrance in Keira Street, next to J ?I Brick...

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GUERRILLAS AT WORK IN SOUTH KOREA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

GUERRILLAS AT WORK IN SOUTH KOREA NEW YORK, Sunday (From Jack James, United Press Correspondent in Korea) --American soldiers today reported the first Communist guer rilla activity in the Korean fighting. One private said hfe sa\A/ civi- 1 lians in three tanks which at-j tacked his unit during heavy i fighting. Guerrillas, were also j operating three-wheeled motor- 1 cycle type armoured cars mounted with 50 calibre machine 3uns. ' Pte. Harry, Waltenberg .said: 'You see some guy dressed like a farmer with a rake in his hand. You turn your back and he shoots you.' Any Communist guerrillas caught in South Korea were eliminated immediately, said the South Korean spokesman (Clarence Ryees). He said the Government had neither the gaol space nor the inclination to hold any captured guerrillas. Ryees said he did not know how, many guerrillas had been executed since the war be gan.

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"ILLAWARRA DAILY MERCURY" COMIC STRIPS JEFF CROCKETT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

'ILLAWARRA DAILY MERCURY' COMIC STRIPS JEFf CROCKETT

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IN COMMUNIST HANDS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

IN COMMUNIST HANDS i lie t\orean-type pagoda on .iiii- right was once the Temple o.' Heaven for Korean rulers. Tne municipal building in 'the cer. re was built by the Japanese after their annexation of Kof-ea. Seoul, which was founded in' 1392, has been captured by the North Korean Communist forces.

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Patterson Disqualified At Manchester [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

Patterson Disqualified At Manchester LONDON, Sunday ( A.A.P.) .— Australian Syd Patterson, the world amateur sprint champion, after finishing first in the fivel miles cvoline race for the Mi in atti Cup at Manchester yester day, was disqualified and the race awarded to the British champion, Alan Bannister. Patterson was alieged to have fouled Bannister on the last bend. Patterson had earlier won the 1000 metres race for the Man chester Grand Prix.

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SEPARATES IN VELVETEEN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

SEPARATES IN VELVETEEN VELVETEEN has reached a new importance this Year- f , 'his y Gar's fashion-wise separates, it is tops v^liie. The skirt is flared to be worn with a slim fitting fop. The weskitj to be worn on less formal occasions under your twee'd suit, features the popular scooped-out neckline.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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KOKODA MAN NEW CHIEF OF SECURITY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

KOKODA MAN fNEW CHIEF OF SECURITY CANBERRA, Sun. — Colonel C. C. F Spry, Director of Mili tary Intelligence, has been ap poihtfid Direbtor-General of Se curity, in succession to Mr. Jus tice C. S. Reed, Announcing this today, the Prirhe ' Minister (Mr. Menzies) said Colonel Snry would tnke up duty on July 17. Jiidirb Reert was appointed to ?the :post in March, 1949, by the Chifley Government. He was rc lda&fecl from the Suprefne Court . of ' -South Australia to establish and. organise the Australian Se i.uxii.j' xiiLKijiBuiiuli oervice. , ;Mr.*Menzies said, he had done . much to put Australia in a position to deal effectively with subversive ? elements. -..Col. Spry has been a member of.,. 'the Australian Army since 1828:' In 1935-36 he was seconded to;' the ; British Army, serving with; the, . Duke of Wellington Regiment oh the North-West frontier, During the last war he sefrVed' in the Middle 'East, see ing, service in North Africa, GrGecc and Crete. ' Col. Spry was G.S.O....

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Arm Fractured By Backfiring Car [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

Arm Fractured By Backfiring Car A man fractured his right Jorearm on Saturday when the car he was cranking backfired outside his home. He is . Fred Mundas, 24, of Macltie Street, Coniston. ' . Illawarra Ambulance took him tb a doctor's surgery arid he was allowed tb return home after receiving medical treatment. Hie who ip rays in Christ's name must pm y Christ ' s prayer: 'Not my will, but thine, be done.' — Alexander Maclaren.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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TRADES HALL DOUBTS SEAMEN'S BAN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

TRADES HALL DOUBTS SEAMEN'S BAN SYDNEY, Sunday.; — Any de cision by the Seamen's Union calling upon its members to re fuse to handle War supplies for Korea would have to be made the subject of an immediate in vcauydiiun ay ine i raaes anu Labour Council, and if necessary the A.C.T.U., said the assistant secretary of the .Trades and Labour Council (Mr. Kenny) to night.( Mr. Kenny was commenting on a report that rank-ahd-dle members of the union, led by non-Communist officials, had re fused t'o acknowledge a ban on the transport of arms to Korea allegedly imposed by the union's Communist-dominated executive. Mr. Kenny said he could not imagine the union making an such decision without first re ferring it to the rank and file. To the union's president (Mr. t R.- Franklin) who is the only non-Communist member of the executive, the ban in something of a 'surprise'. Ho said tonight he did not know when or by whom the re port of the executive's 'de cision' was issued. 'The assistant secret...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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OBITUARY MRS. LILLIAN MASCORD [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 10 July 1950

OBITUARY -MRS. LILLIAN MASCORD After a short illness Lillian Mascord, 56, wife of Walter Mas cord, Collins Street, Corrimal, died on Saturday morning. She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Gwen; a sister, Mrs. Mcintosh, of Canberra, arid a brother, William Walker, of Corrimal. Mrs. Mascord was born at . Woonona, where her parents settled on arrival from England. Mr. Mascord takes a leading part in practically all of Corrimal's public activities. He is secretary of the P. and C. As sociation, Progress Association, Corrimal Amenities Committee, Sewerage League and is an ac tive member of several other or ganisations. The funeral will leave Parsons' Funeral Chani _ bets, Wollongong, after a service at 3 p.m. today for the Bulli G^mdtery. MR; J:' W: BLACK MK Jack W: Black; of Look out Street, Thirroul, collapsed and died at Moss Vale oh Satur day night. He was employed as an engine driver by the Rail ways Department and was tak ing a train to Goulburn. The train was in the Mo...

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