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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

| CHEMISTS AND- fffliTAYERS I TAMES GALLAGHER, Wollongong'a Leading Chemist, ❖ ' next to Union Bank, 225 Crown Street, Wollongong, X J Is providing a useful service for hatassedV taxpayers. ❖ % Customers .are- supplied- with1 a1- small-card on which j) are entered all purchases, which form the basis of a re- . , bate for income tax purposes. ? ? ? Each time a prescription is made up or surgical' goods' ? | | sire' purchased the items are- entered on this card. . , £ At' the end of the- year it is- a complete1 recotd' arM, ?» i* with the company's receipts, becomes an official acknow- * [ t ledgment that the amount stated has been spent. . ? p In that way it provides proof that a taicpayer la en- ? ? [J titled to the appropriate amount of rebate. 1 j i These days most businesses are' forcedrt6 act sis' agents ? ? -?; for, or. to work for, the tax- gatherer. But here's- one-.- *' which' giv& its customers' consideration' by helping them J. L to avoid paying too much. ? ? , . A...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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U.N. Flags for Korea [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

U.N. Flags for Korea LAKE- SUCCESS',' Wednesday (A.A.P.), — General' MacArthur yestepiS&jDrdered 400 United' Ra- tions flags for use in Korea. Tlie flags, costing' 10' dollars eath', will be shipped to the Commander of the .United 'Nations, forces as soon as' possible.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

Helensburgh^. TONIGHT I*. FOKMATI®!# : OF.... Jf HE'LENSBURGEi MSTRIC# FILM COMClii: AT R.S.L HALL || - . 7.30 p.m. f| . ? _J ? '?''£$ ? . , SPARKLING FILMS- #:'? WILL BE SCREENED jjlf BOY SCOUTS . , Jp (Scouting Movement in England) * GREAT GAME ?''%* ,- (The Story of British Soccer.) y STUDENT NURSE (The Story of the Training of a Nurse;) WESTMINSTER ABBBEY (The Story of England's famous Church.) ★ SHORT ADDRESSES J By representatives of the New South Wales Film Council. Hear about' the'-, new fd'cf '. films' which are sweeping Canada'- arid lite U.S.A. *' SWIMMING. (The Crawl Stroke). fc* if. ALL; MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARe| WELCOME. . :v *5* * J* *1* *5* ?J*'**-* ^ I . -- . . . - %] J * AH clubs and organisations are especially $%? invited to send representatives from % I Helensburgh to learn HQW FILMS CAN | t ASSIST THEM IN THEIlfiAeTIVITIE& I ^ t V^lftftiWAV«%WASW^^AVVAW.V.%\%SV.W»; j: (CATERING I Jj- CARRIED OUT BY - :j '} R. BRSNDM ^ J ' t J* ? Wedding Breakfasts', Fu...

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Australian Missionaries Leave Korea [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

Australian Missionaries Leave Korea CANBERRA, Wednesday. — Nine Australian Presbyterian missionaries and two children of one clergyman's family have been evacuated from Korea to Japan. The wlf6 of thS; Australian member of. th'e United Nktions Cothmissibti (IVIrs;- AV -S.^ Jamie son) and her two children have also- been evacuated; Announcing this ? , today- the Minister for External Affairs (Mr. SpeiVder) said- the A'usfeii'ari Diplomatic Mission, to Tokyo was facilitating arrangements' for thfe care and . maintenance' ofw the trviiuucfrt. * The mis'sioners are ^ Rev/., and Mrs. George Yule, MisS McNttb; Rev. F. Cunningham, Rev.( and Mrs. H. Lane an'd two chil'dren,\ MiSs- M; Withers; Miss B. Dunn ? and Miss; M. Tait:

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Ambassadors Talk On Korea [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

i AmbassadoFS Talk On Korea . LONDON, Wednes. (A'.A.P.).-^ Britain's Ambassador to MoscoW' (Sir David Kelly) yesterday had a further talk on Korea with' tKe Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister (M. Andrei Gromyko). This follows their discussion' on July. 6 when; at G'romyko's invitation, both' diplomats con ferred on1 Britain's^ request of June 29 that; Rutesia should co settlement of the Korean, con flict. No results, of yesterday^. inter- view have been ann'Ounced; but at Lake Success Jacob Malik, the Soviet's chief U.N.O: dele? gate, has suddenly cancelled plans to return, to Russiai on home leave. Malik will now apparently- re- main in New York* for the dura tion of the Korean crisis and observers there think his de cision may have some connec tion with the Russo-British. ex changes on possible mediation in .Korea. Yesterday's Moscow talk was held at Sir David' Kelly's request arid among other matters;- Sir David asked if anything was known about the, whereabouts* of the former Britis...

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WOONONA COLTS BEAT WORKERS' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

WOONONA colts BEAT WORKERS' CLUB The retiring captain (Noel Graham) led Woonona Colts to a- 20-set' to nil victory . at Wol longong Workers' Club last night: Scores: Colts 20 (Zeremski, .Graham; Horton and. Carpenter '4 each), Workers' Club 0. This team, lias now won 104 singles out of 160 games played.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Darby Wants An Opening Winner [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

Darby Wants An Opening Winner, SYDNEY, Wednesday.— Darby! ; Munro, whose disqualification ends in less than four weeks, is' undecided whether to resume riding at the Canterbury meet irig on August 5, or Randwick' , two, days later. He Is keen to' start off' a&aiiy with a winner, and, if the ? mourits offered for Canterbury are not satisfactory, will' wait. ; until -tho' fnllnwinb- m,pfitiTlp,. 'I would like to kick off with' t- .a .winner,' he said. Munro has kept himself fit; -and should not have a'riy trouble in striking,, form.

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Safety Awards To U.S. Airlines [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

Saf ety Awards To U.S. Airlines (By. an A.A.P.-Reuter Corres pondent in Chicago) Thirty-six air lines haVe been' given' the National Safety Coun cil's 1949 Aviation Safety awards in recognition of their contribu tion to safe' air transportation: Thirty-five of the lines,- all fly ing. scheduled passenger runs'/ went through 1949 with a pas senger or crew fatility, accum ulating- a- total of almost 6,000 million passenger miles' (a pas senger mile : represents one pas senger carried one mile). Although' it failed to complete 1949 , without a fatal accident-,. : the 36th Jine, American Airlines', set a new record by . flyings. : 4;476,739,000 passenger miles be tween December 28, 1946' and' ? November 29', 1949', before' it had a fatality. ?'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

?todays' Theatre Programmes GROWN, , Wollongong Reserves: Phone 186' 7.45 P.M. I ? ? _- SAVOY, Wollongong Reserves : Tel. 118 2 P.M. and 7.45' P.M. WHITEWAY, PtKemBIa Reserves: Tel. 2j4 7.45 p:m'. William Holden, Lucille Ball' irt MISS GRANT TA'KES . RICHMOND Also , .. Joe E. Brown. in, . ,, CASS AN OVA' IN BURLESQUE Short; — THE PJIARLERff. 2 P.M. and 7.45 P. M; George Montgomery, Rod. Cameron J'. . DAKOTA LIU Also Jean Parker. Nils A'sther in BLUEBEARD; Shelley, Winters, McDonald Carey in SOUTH SEA SINNER (A) Also: Gale. Storm in. KID FROM TEXAS. Short— PAINT POT SYMPHONY. NOW SHOWING AT T H E € I ¥ I C Twice Daily: 1.30 p.m., 7.30 p.m.: riding high with Bing Crosby, Colleen Gray, Charles Bickford. QUEEN OF THE MOB Ralph Bellamy' arid William Henry Positions Vacant REQUIRE EXPERIENCED TWIN-NEEDLE AND BUTTON MACHINIST. ALSO, EXPERIENCED MACHINIST. Apply MlfSS CLARK, 32-34 Auburn Strefet THOSE 27*3. '

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Elderly Man Assaulted, Police Allege [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

EMerly M an Assanlte'di Police Allege SYDNEY; Wednesday. — One young rritiri'- struck an elderly man wh'ilR three others urged hini' rfi.-. at- Waverley. on Satur. tfey.- ni'g&t;:. isallce, alleged at- Pad* dingtbtv Court- today. . Mr. Soiling, S.M., remanded the young men until July 20 on charities'- of assaulting Albert Vie to^ Hertzo#, 59; occasioning' him actual bodily harm'. .The; P61ic6 Prosecutor (Sgt. Turner) . said'- Hertzbg was in prirfce Tteriry. Hospital with a frafetured base of the skull. Mis c'oh'dition- was-; serious; Th'e four mien' remanded are : tfovfri' Seplihiiis Tiiylor, 10; moulder; of Edh'iund's . Street, Waverley; William' Grainger Stewart, 25,; moulder, of Hewlett Street, Waverley; ' Edmund: Thomas- Tippett, 21, winch driver, of-' Grafton Street; Wool l'ah'ra;' and Robert Arthur Stan ley Ellis, ; 19',; painter, of Carring tptf Road',. Waverley. Sergeant Turner said it was alleged th'at' the four, accosted Hertzog when he was walking along; Leichhard...

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Archbishop's Appeal Begins [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

Arclibishop's Appeal Begiis BRISBANE, Wednesday.— Ari appeal to the Full Court by Archbishop Duhig against a- £-u- pfeinte. Court verdict awarding Jack Francis Hennessey, a Syd ney architect, £25,720 for wdrlc doh^v on' plans' and specifieations for. the Holy Name Cathedral', Brisbane was '? opened today. - . Courisel for the Archbishop ? (Mr- A.- Jj. MCGlil, K.U.) SUO ' hiitited' new evidence- in- the form of-.ari' affidavit; by John Patrick Kelly,-, solicitor for Archbishop Duhig: Kelly- said . George Henry Tur ner,1 a- builder, had dictated: to him statement in, which. .Tur- ner, declared .. that a. coiiver sation. .wiftfi him (Turhef) some years ago HemVessey. aB^ed; him .if', lie...-w6uia_.li& to, build the Hfeniies^ey/s'ald ?iwjould!'-: ' 'tin: eWdente,. Archbishop' DuHig; denied., anything ha'd' bfeeh skid; between- . . him' . ari'd' ' .Hennessey ahqut: ( £r,06b',000- as:, th'e' cost of the i^ropbsed cathedral; He ijaid the' first, time lie ha'd heal'd, about . £1,000...

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AMERICANS PRESS FOR ALL-OUT WAR EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

[?] WASHINGTON, Wednesday (A.A.P.).— , Demands for mobilisation of an all-out war effort to back the retreating U.S. force's . in Korea are mounting rapidly here 2nd it seems urilikely that they cata be - misted- by tiie Ad ministration much longer. ? There is nation-wide coiicehi at- American , reverses .and ar growing criticism of. the Gov ernment's , und'er-estirnatiotar, of the strength of the North Kor ean forces an'd_ the size of tKe; , task- jindertaken by' tie U.S. for the United. Nations. !, .In the face of thiis,' says' Reu tfer,: it' appears1 inevitable that President' Trum'a'iV sOOW .will ' have ;to; put? in- motion some; of th'e' mobilisation measures which last ?iyeek .h'e set. aside as unnecessary' for the present. ; Tlie generaljexpec'tation in well informed circleis^is that the next . m'ajoi' step' irf thfe-pitt-tial mobili- ; sation- which- lias been- taking'. ;place, , step, by step,' , since . the ; Korean war started, ; will tie the. calling'; up for, active dut...

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Speaker Will Support Government "If Conscience Directs" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

Speaker Wili Support Government 4if , Conscience Directs' SYDNEY, Wednesday.— a wo surprises marked the opening of the first session today of the 36th State Parliament. The first was a statement by Mr. William Henry Lamb , after he had been re-elected Speaker, that he had a casting vote and would exercise it if necessary in the interests of the Government . The second was the rc-election as Chairman of Committees of Mr. George Booth, on the nomi nation of 'rebel' Labor member Mr. Seiffert. The enlarged House of 94 mem bers met in a state of expectancy engendered by the election, which left the Labor Government de pendent on the two unendorsed Labor members, Messrs. Seiffert and Geraghty, for its majority. When Mr. Lamb took the. Chair after the swearing-in ceremony, he said from the Chair 'With the House constituted as it is at present, I appreciate that the 36th Parliament will not be without interest and perhaps not entirely devoid of incident.' In a subsequent statement out side ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

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'Black' Becomes 'White' [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

'Black' Becomes 'White* ^Vp'N'E-V, Wednesday. — Master of ' the British freighter K'in'g1- Stephen now in1 Sydney vyas on a sH'lp- in' 1931' 'declared 'liVack' by1 Sydney wha'rflus be cause It* carri^edva' cargo-- of tirri Be'r' from Russia. ... Thp master, ( Captain Allan S£aclnn'es,r wa,s then: on' the' King Lud^ as .third- ofllcGr. ' . ,iSe.sa'i'd'-.tb'dayt the shit)' carried .cue ni-sc , cargo; rrom itussia to reach' Sydney. He recalled' that' . waterside workers would' hav'e^ nothingi to do- with the- ship' beca'use they claimed; that it had been- loaded' by slave laboUr. The ship' lay in. the bay for 12 days before 'vol- unteer' labour unloaded' it;

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U.S. Call-up [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

U.S.- Call-nn WASHINGTON, Wednesday (A.A.P.);— Plans; for conscripting 2$000 men into th'e United States i Army were under way 'yesferday. State; draft boards were; ordered to'- have' the' men 'moving; into camps'- not ? later than' September 30: -

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Bulli Hospital Needs More Staff To Keep All Wards Open [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

[?] 'The position is doubtful and something must be done,' said the President of the Bulli Hospital Board (Mr. G. Hughes)' at its meet ing; on Tuesday night, when dealing: with the matron's report, which stated that the' nurs irig staff was down to -the bare minimum. Th'e report suggested that if: the staff problem could not be solved the board would- have to consider closing, down' portion of the wards. , Mr. Squires said girls' .get' Mtt'er jobs in a factory-'and yet tn'e girl taking on' nursing; had to' have' something-, the ordinary) girl did not'' ha've. 'The wages are not attractive enojigli and we; will have to'eri deavour to increase them,' said Mr; ; S'. Wood's, 'but tlie Hospital Commission ties' us down to the award.' He suggested ,a deputation wait oh the Federal Minister for Health (Sir Earle Page) who, ho said, had promised to receive a deputation at Wollongong. Mr. Squires': said' he agreed with' the idea of the deputation, but' the problem' was' to increase Wages. Th...

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U.K. LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

l ====== U.K. lightweight TITLE LONDON, Wednesday (A.A.P.). —Billy Thompson retained his British lightweight title last night, beating the challenger, ' Tommy McGovern, on points over 15 rounds. Thompson showed no effects of severe wast ing to make the. lightweight limit of 9.9 and fought strongly to the finish. '

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