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REMAND FOR MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

REMAND FOR MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER SYDNEY, Friday — A 31year old accountant, charged with the murder of his two young children, was remanded at Kogarah Court - today for fur ther medical treatment. The accountant, Ernest Al fred' Herne, 31, of Pangee Street,- Kingsgrove, was charg ed with having murdered Jane Herne (3) and Peter William Hernie' (2),;.at Kingsgrove oh June 24.''' ..vynen, Jriearne appeared, m | Court ' earlier in' the ' week, .police alleged he had .attacked his 'wife and children with a -tomahawk and , a razor. ; c , The Police' Prosecutor' CSeigt'. Boyd) today asked for a re mand until July 14. He added as no date had yet been fixed for the Coroner's inquest, and Heme's wife, was still in a seri ous condition, a further remand would probably be sought. . Mr. Bryant, S.M., remanded Herne in custody to appear at Central Court on. July 14. He recommended that Herne undergo further medical treat ment and observation.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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"DAILY MERCURY'S" CHILDREN'S SECTION [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

'DAILY MERCURY'S' CHILDREN'S SECTION Answers to Puzzles will -appear oil Monday ^

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Sunday's Rep. Game Will Decide Team For English Game [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

Sunday's Rep. Game Willi Decide Team For English Game K-'J ? - ? ~~~vUS.) ; I £ tie qu o- the minds of football fans throughout the district for months witt be answeied after Sunday's Rugby League elim ination game between Group 6 and Group 7. At the conclusion of this game the team to play the Eafjlsshinen at the Wollongong Showground on July 19 v- i .nomiced. ? iay not be an out ? :j game of football, but followers will have ample oppor tunity to see all the prospective representative players in their final trials. It will be a full-dress rehearsal for July's big game, '''eve are many players in the . vim will represent not Group but also Illa , ? ? a whom I would not have chosen. Some will no doubt shine; others will fail. Then again, the selectors could not choose a side which would ? please everyone. | Whichever way the wind blows, the team ultimately selected will be the best possible, according to 'he opinions of the selectors. GROUP 7 SIDE I The side to play as Group 7 , tom...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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LEADING TEAMS MEET IN MEN'S HOCKEY TODAY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

LEADING TEAMS MEET IN MEN'S HOCKEY TODAY The four leading teams in the men's Gckey competition meet this afternoon in uhat promise to to be the best games of the competition. All three fixtures should be close and now that the fields are dry , the standard of hockey should be high. ? Wollongong play the joint leaders, Thirroul, in the main game at Buili, Thirroul may be without the services of Geoff Johnson, wlic is away from the district. I! this is so, their task ?will be more difficult, but with players like Armstrong in fine -form t-hey shou]d be able to toss Wollongong. Wollongong will also toe with out a star player. Keith Tayloi is not available this week and he will be greatjy missed from the right back position. Thirroul and Rangers are on top of the competition ladder. The early game at Buili wil! bring -together Rangers and Corrimal. Corrimal, which is ?made up of youngsters, is an unpredictable team. Led toy T-om Menton, it would not sur prise to see them down Rang ers, ...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Schoolboy Fractures Leg At Football [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

Schoolboy Fractures Leg At Football A i5-years-old schoolboy frac tured his left leg playing foot ball at the Wollongong Show ground yesterday. He was Barry Julian, of 7 George Street, Wollongong. Illawarra District Ambulance conveyed him to the District Hospital,' where he was r.dr.'Jtted. '

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WILLIAMS FIT FOR SECOND LEAGUE TEST [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

WILLIAMS FIT FOR SECOND LEAGUE TEST BRISBANE, Friday. — Star Eng lish Rugby League five-eighth D. Williams was passed fit by a doctor today, but he is still in doubt for tomorrow's second test. His shoulder is st411 sore, and if it is not better tomorrow he will be replaced by Jack Cun liffe. . / iue jiiugiioi* icaiuo u»tti.abv» '(^Mr. George Oldroyd) said no .chances 'would be taken - with Williams, and he would be re placed. if, there was any risk of his shoulder preventing mm from playing a good game to morrow. Vic .Hey, coach for the Aus tralian team, is confident the Australians will play better than in the first test, although there have been changes in the team. 'Australia will play attacking football if it gets an even share of the ball,' he said.

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Clay Replaced For Ortiz Fight [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

Clay Replaced For Ortiz Fight SYDNEY, Friday. — Belgian lightweight Alex Sinnaeve has been, substituted for Alfie Clay for the fight against Mexican 'Baby1; Ortiz at Sydney Stadjum on Monday week. ' L'lie Ui. actors made the change because they consider ? Clay, \jrljo ..las a swollen hand, /..would not' be fit to fight.® ' ' Clay's ._ manager ' (Mr. ' -Ern ' McQuillan) protested againstf ithc substitution. ' 'The Stadium directors were too hasty in' matching .Sinnaeve with Ortiz,' McQuillan said. 'Clay's 'hand had , responded to treatment, and he would have been ready . to fight Ortiz .on j Monday week,' he added.

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Plane Landing Ends On Nose [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950

Plane Landing Ends' On Mose . SYDNEY, Friday.— The pilot and a woman passenger',' were badly shaken today when ? a plane tipped up on its nose   while landing at - Mascot. ) ( The aircraft, a Butler Air Transport Dragon Rapide, 'had arrived from Nabiac, near   Taree, with a full load of six passengers.     As the plane came into a cross wind while landing; a violent gust of wind blew the aircraft off the runway and a landing wheel struck a bog. The whole aircraft tilted on its nose, which was buried in the sand.           A Butler official said the Rapide had nearly stopped and was not badly damaged.  

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Wollongong Beaten 12-8 In Exciting, Fast, Rugby Union Game [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

[?] Leading 8-3 at half time, the Wollongong Rugby Union team was beaten by Dxummoyne 12-8 in one of the best Union games played in Wollongong this season. Had the surface of the Wollongong SJw.wground No. 2 been smoother the game would have been even better. Wollongong were quickly into stride'-' 'and ' full-back Paddy Dorahy landed a fine penalty goal from 35'1 yards out. Centre Edll CuUen exploited, the'sliort purit kick 'expertly, and following tHroiigfi gained posses sion and raced half th.e field to -score a bryiU\ftt. 'iwUvidudl' 'try. midway between the posts the corner. It was n fipe.' efioft' and one of the best 'tries' ot the sea.soiij. ; Paddy Dorahy came up to take the 'Kick, ' wliibii' sailed liigli' over the crossbar. Wollongong 8, Drummoyne'o. The Wollongong supporters were in fine spirits 'as tlieir' idols appeared to have the game under control, ' ' '^arry. Todd, f\ve:e^hth, ^ylio played an e.xceUeiit' gamej clashed be$\ye'etp '4ft and 50 yards to gain mucli ground...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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"Mercury" Tips Paid Well [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

|''Mercury' Tips I j Paid Well j Fqljowprs of tf\e 'Mer- j ! c^iry.'s', tips1 on Saturday ! I had a day out. j I 'in SySnVy 'Barrier' gave | j three winners in his selec- 1 j lions, iwo or iiibi.ii u 1.1 ? 'Scribe' was right on the S [ job. All told, in Melbourne I | he' had five wir\ner:s. in- J \ eluding the first double. j | |n his specials preview of | j the! Doomisen ' £tb,000 ha ! ' a'ls'o seiectecl Rim 'Boy, the I I winner at 6/1 , as*' {he i [ '.'Mercury's', selection. ? ? |'

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Dogs at Wollongong Tonight After Month's Break [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

Dog« at Wollongong After 'Month's Break After nearly a month of no racing, the llla warra Greyhound Racing Glub will hold a meeting on the lllawarra Shqwgroiuid tonight. The track should be in very fair ord$r. On his run at D^P\o. on Thurs day nigfit Chief Parenta (Club Stake) 'appears to be the bet of. the 'night. This, dog, when r%cing over, the distance' in a similar type, of- race on Thursday night won in: walk away fashion .by.. -i? the* time of' 40.5 seconds. This time Aya's ojnly'. pne-£eritn of a second stowef 'than.' £hat recorded by Major Income* in' the Kembla Grr'a^ige ^take. ... - A repeat .perfpcmance of that run t.6ui_ght AyoiiicI' make 'him a past-tfi'e-post pro^^ifipj^i ' , .r-QoaSwIa. atop, a r^ce in the .city last \^eek, wh.ile Flighty Bon ' has ''\yori a' Club' Stake on £h(s' track. ' Just *lvyv has-been scratched froni'1 Her last , two races at. Wollongon|r. . if ' sfTe s£arts,' cp,ufd'easiry*Be Ihe chief danger. £0' Chief Parenta, but she cannot be classed a de...

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GERRINGONG LEAGUE TEAM BEATS KIAMA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

GERRING0NG LEAGUE TEAM BEAT§ KAMA In the match of the day in the South Coast League competition Gerringong defeated Kiama by 12 points \o f$ur. at Gerringong on Saturday. - ? This was : Kiama's second de-j f ea^ of thq se.afton. and dislodged ttv?m from the. C^mp.^titiqn lead, which has now been assumed by Tariiberp'o. * *. . ..*'? j Ijla.rly ii? the gamo. Raftor.v liicketf a penally goal for Gei; ringong. ?' This was followed soon after by a try when* 'K.'^ Johnson re 'ceived' frorii 'a 'ruck 'and 'sent to E.' Miller, who sKort-kicked.^'The bounce of the. Ijall favoured Ger: fel .' Gra^ami',, wild' crossed 'iri tne.cbrrie1r''ror a try, which B. Raftery. converted witl^'an fxc^ciift k\ck.'r ! : ? After a combined, movement R.'* S£eadv actually' crossed' ' ll'\e line for Kiama but 'lost a cer tain try. by not gro.upding tlie ball properly. ; B. |?af^ery . kicked a further penal iy' 'goaX; for .'Gerringong. Shortly . before' . half tii\ie A. fames' kicked an leasy' penalty goal'for ^a...

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"WRITING MUSIC THE FILMS" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

'WRITING iiuSJC FQR THE FILMS' An unusual attraction £^t the 60th Musicale; held in the Woi-I lbng'pn^Methpdist 'Han on Sat urdayrnight ' vi'as a 'talk entitled ''?tyriting V Music . for- the Films,' given by Miss Dulcier' Hplland. ' Mis^ Holland, who. studied at the Royal College of Music, Lon don, arid the - Sydney 'Conserva--' toriufii, playied extracts from her. own compositions, and explained how music is Written for the films. The associate artist 'syas Mr. Harol^ Brissenden, a mus'ic teacher at the Technical Col lege, who played Brahms' Son ata and a Polish dance. He was accomoanied by Miss Margaret White. '

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Four Ball Competition At Wollongong [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

Four Ball Competition At Wollon^on^ The ... yVoilongong Golf Club, conducted a four ball best ball competition on the Wollongong links?'yesterday. ' ^ ' Thi| Highv School trophy was ?vyon -by E/ -Goodwin '(Sh^nd^C. Scott' (8),Kwho' were. 7 up. ,' - . '. Runners-up were ? D. Preston (7) and R. McKay' (4), 6 up. Other scores, were: V. Taylor (9) and G. Morgan (17);- 5 up; L. Geddes i(8).*- and R. Whiter (11), 5 up; C. Oxman (17) and W. Negus (15); i up. The course yesterday ? ? yvas drying out well, but golfers played on the forward tees on the 6th, 7th and 12th holesi Officials expect that, if the fine weather continues, the course will -be completely dry in a couple of days. The . Wollongong Monthly Medal on Saturday was won 'by J. Kousrh, who returned a- nett 60 were off: a handicap, of 24. ScHres: ~J.-: Hough (2-1) 60; A. Greenaway (17) 62, C. MpDer mott (11) 65, F. White (21) 66, i V. Taylor (12) 67, R. Vaughan (14) 67, F. Gross (20) 69., W. Brown (29) 69, G. Hogben (16) 70. ? ? ...

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PEACE COMMITTEES FORMED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

PEACE COMMITTEES FORMED The first of a series of meet ing?. called by the lllawarra Peace Committee at centres throughout, the South Coast vjte.c?. h^id last v^eek at Fairy ?Vleaclow and Wollongong. The meetings, which were ad dressed by: ; representatives of the lllawarra Peace Committee, heard recordings of interviews with the Dean of Ganterbury and Rey;. ;T Professor. . E/l^tcher, made during ; 'their recent visit to' Australia 'to attend the Mel b.oume Peace Conference. Both meetings resolved to set up Peace Committees to, carry op the wo.rk .of .th^ Australian Peace. Council. Officers ''elected were: Wollo.ng^na:;.. President: Mr. George. Parker. Vice-President: Mr.' A. Barron. Secretary: Mr. M. M. Fack'en'der,' J.P. ' Fqiry ? Meadoyv: .President: Mr. J .Hudson) .Vice-President: My. Alex Fetgusson. Secretary: Mr. T. Thompson: - ? Announcing. 'this' on . behalf of the Illa\varra''Eeace Commit tee, the Secretary . (Jylr.' Fackenr der). said, that '. the ..establish ment of thfesq...

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Brace Smith Stars In Group 7's Narrow R.L. Win [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

Brace Smith Stars In [?] Lar^e ly due to the brilliant goal-kicking of cap tain Bruce Smith, Group 7 narrowly defeated Group 6, 12 to 9, in the Rugby League elimination match at Wollongong Showground yesterday. The game was watched by more than 6000 people. As in the case in most games where players are striving for selection, there was too mjich in- j dividual play and not enough constructive' football. This spoiled the game as a public , spectaclc. ' « ?- -| For their, efforts to play the j game as a team' and not as in- : dividiials. ' Croup' 6 'deserved to ! win. Nicholson replaced Morrison on , the wing fpr Group 7 and Ral ston went into tlie pack' in place of Gus Miller, who'* 'is suffering from an injured back. QUICK SCORE From the kick off referee Un derwood awarded'' a penalty to Group 7. Len Koch camc up la take the kick, which raised the flags. 'it was a good kick against a fresh nor'-easter breeze/' The 'Blues' were quick to re taliate and Seymour, Wilson and Sharpe \yer...

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SOLE AIR CRASH SURVIVOR DIES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

SQfjE AIR CRASH SURVIVOR DIES BERTH, Sunday.— IVIr. E. W. Forwood, the only passen ger who was not killed wfyen the A.IJ.A. Skymaster Amaria crashed near Perth last Mon day night, died in the Perth Hospital last nignt. Mr. Forvyood, who was an Adelaide engineer, was thrown clear when 'the plane crashed, but suffered severe burns and shock. His death brings the total deatliroil for the crash to 29.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

W.V.V.V»V,V/.VV,V.VAV.V.V.V.,,AV.V.VA%,,V.,i | ? CATERINQ .V. - | J . CARRIED OUT BY | £ 4r Wedding n n1rt . *mA*T «2 5 Bieakiasts |-Ml f ?1 2 Sj Sanctions, etc. ' ??' * ' J ? ? 5 * Allenioon Te» at *HANDON HALL, CROWN S 5 ?# fS'pfc?* STREET. WOLLONGONG.} i tw«cK«».. 'Phon'f Woll. 634, or' call 'at 176 J 5 Crown Street, Wollongong, lor 5 ?I Quotations. % NOTICE ; A.M.P.^SOCiiTY announces the opening of WOLLONGONG DISTRICT OFFICE AT 100 KECK A STREET, Oft Mfynday^ 3rd July, 1950 . This office will provide direct service . fpr members resident qh the South Coast. DISTRICT MANAGER — G. D. KISS OIiniXAItY DKI'ATITMKNT NEW. HUSINESS ltHPRKSENTATIVRS: ' ' It. W. MAY: C. (). HA1HE;, K. J. .NIHVKI.L .juict 1). K. Md.flUJl l.N'DUSTnTAL DEPAKT.MRiXT .SUPKRINTKNDENT: ' K. W. NOItMAN', AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY HEAD OFPICE: 87 PITT STREET, SypNEy

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FUNDS FOR PORT KEMBLA P. & C. ASSN: [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

FUNDS FOR PORT KEMBLA P. & C. ASSN', ? To help augment the funds of the Parents and Citizens' Asso ciation at Port Kembla Public School, the Mothers' .Club ran two stalls, making about £13. On Rntnrrinv ,the samp ihodv had a drive for a niile of ipennies, in Wentworth Street,, making about £20. , ' ' As a private effort the chil dren collected £38, which means that the P. and C. will 'benefit ?by about £60.

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SCRATCH RIDERS WIN ROAD RACES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

' SCRATCH - RIDERS WIN ROAD RACES Scratch riders had a day out in the lllawarra Cycling- Club's road races. . which started and finished at Unanderra. D. Brown was successful In (lie junior 25 mile handicap. While ,f. Dalzell took the, honours in the .senior race, iiotn riders secured lastest times. Jack Dalzell rode a grand race in the ''? 50 . miler and was well behind at the half way mark.' At this stage Palmer was going well out in front' nine minutes ahead of the field. ''Over the last 20 miles Dalzell passed rider after rider and hear Dapto he 'burned off' Hunt and Siitterfield. ' Although tlie actual finish was close, Dalzell. had the race weli. wi/hiri liis peeping. There 'was a_ thrilling finish in the junior 25_ niile handicap. in wuiun io.ut iiuy.ia wunu iu uie post virtually locked together. Over the last - quarter, mile 9,f the ayent'D. Browii' sho.we.d greai staying- ability' to defeat R.' IVIur-i ray ' and N.' I\ias\velirv ' ' Brown, one of the most prom ising. youngs...

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