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ENGLAND WINS AT GUNNEDAH; TWO INJURED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 13 July 1950

ENGLAND WINS AT GUNNEDA11: TWO INJURED GUNNEDAH, Wednesday. — English Rugby League casualty ist rose to 11 today when for ward Jim Featherstone and winger Jack Hilton were in ured dur.r.g ..the match against ^he North. Division. England won the match 41-4 after leading 18-4 at half time. Featherstone suffered an in jured rib and Hilton an injury o the ankle. Niiie otner English Rugby Jjcague piayuis arc ai picocui, m Sydney receiving treatment foi various injuries received on the Queensland tour. . Hilton was ifi brilliant form before his injury and scored three tries. The English team today gave the crowd of nearly 5000 a bril liant exhibition of open football, . even though .the ground was a -iiiagmire. Before the game had been in progress many minutes players on both sides were covered in mud. Pools of water were lying on the field and the ball became increasingly difficult to handle as the match progressed. Despite the brilliance of their play the Englishmen did not greatly impr...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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M. VALLEY 12.45 GOWRIE HCP. 6f. less 20yds. Two-Year-Old Fillies [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

M. VALLEY 12.45 GOWRIE HCP. 6f. less 20yds. . T'wo-Year-jOld Fillies 01 L'EAU RIANT (6) .. .. 8 10 300 MENDL (8) .......... 8 9 FOAM BELL (15) ? 8 8 LADY NORTHCOTE (10) 8 8 LONE BELLE (11) .... 8 8 MINDIAN (9). ? 8. 8 0 KELSO ( U ?.. .. .. .. , 8 7 844 TRUST ME (1,8) ? 8 6 458 HANDSOME LADY (3) . . 8 o O ALAMINTA (4) ...... . . 8 4 800 BENALDINE (2) .: ... .. 8 4 050 CROSWEET (13) ? 8 4 100 HAYBURNER (12) ? 8 3 729 NOVITIATE (17) ? 8 3 007 ESK (14) .. ;. ' ? 8 2 080 ELIZABETH ANN (7) .. .8 0 430 LAWRAN ( -5) ? 8 0 008 LARA ROSE (14) ... . . 7 12 600 MAID OF NOOK (19) .... 7 12 1.2P ARUNDEL HANDICAP ?Two-Year-Old Colts and Geldings 731 WELKIN SUN (13) ... .. 8 9 735 QUSTAR (1) ? 8 1 CIVILITY (7) .. .. .. .. 8 0 C33 ANDVARI (8) ? ? 7 12 « MYOBB (12) ? 7 12 802 LINEATUS (3) ... ? ... 7 JO 953 GAY GHOST (4) ? 7 9 500 KALLICE (?) .. .. .. ,. 7 9 009 LALLA MOON (16) ... .. 7 9 694 TOP SPIN (5) ? ? ? 7 9 000 EASTERN BOY (9) .. .... 7 7 05 MAC DENNIS (15) .. .. 7 7. 006 AUSSIE BEAR (14) ,. ...

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Germany, Japan Readmitted To Davis Cup [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Germany, Japan Readmitted To Davis Cup LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.)., —Australia an-d ? New Zealand were' among the 32 nations who abstained from voting when ;the International Lawn Tennis Council by a' majority of . 110 votes to 12, yesterday read mittad. Germany and Japan -as members.' : i/Tlie vote makes both countries eligible for the 1951 Davis Cupi tourney. 1 '? \ Britain; America .and France were among the nations support ing their readmission. . , The meeting, which was held at Lausanne, Switzerland, elect ed Australia's R. H. Youdale as Fede'ration Chairman.

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Wollongong Dog Draw For Monday [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Wollongong Dog Draw For Monday The draw for the Wollongong dog races to be hel don Monday, night is: * ? MAIDEN STAKE (500): Dogs to qualify 14/7/50. ! ? - - W.G.R.C. STAKE: Silent ^Re- view, Fast' Dell, Placid Jerry, No Reliefs Fairy's Relight, Mr. Andilong, Miss Noonie, Robert Kinkara.' UNANDERRA ;STAKE: Trp iack, Just. Trilby, Violin Tune, Cinejong, Just Era, Relights Be3t, EdOc, Step Around. Re- serve: 1, Prince Relight; 2, Shy voia. ' ? ' STEELWORKS STKE. : Prin cess r; Linn, - Betty Kinkara, Trixie's Mate, Ultrafax, Noorla Chief, Pranceful Lady, Lord Dfimon, . Merma. Reserve: J., High Que. KEMBLA STAKE: Miss Cbaroejon, Jefalin, Humber Snipe, Dugan'3 Dew, Faith' Louise, Phylis See, Glen Curran,; Neat Fredo. Reserve: 1, Valley. Moon; 2. Golderi Supremacy: SHOWGROUND STKE.: Glen Sjue, Michael Ray, Blue .Tulip, Golden Supreme, Dusky Dasher, jonnny nuo, . omiiing juass, M.oa's Robin, Reserve : 1, Cara Bill. CLUB STAKE (719).: Flighty Bon, Terry's Lad, Linda Relight, Wild Maleas, . ...

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Fields For Saturday's Races CANTERBURY 12.30 1st WELTER HANDICAP 6f. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

I Fields For Saturday's ! I Races 1 CANTERBURY I 12.30 1st WELTER HANDICAP Gf. 618 JOURNALIST (15) . . . . 1U 3 000 BOLD DUKE (1) ? 9 4 311 MOOR A BIND A (17) .... 9 2 019 ARTOIS (191 ? 9 0 705 SHIRLEY FOX (11) .. .. 8 11 005 CARIBBEAN {12). .. .. .. R 7 231 TOMBOY (18) ? .8 6 111 ROYAL EDITION (16) .. 8 5 38i AMBOLO (10) ? 8 3 On NORTHMOJTO (8) . . . . 8 3 257 PYRAMID (.5) ? ? ? 8 3 110 BRIGHTON (6) ? ? 8 2 0Q8 BEAU BRUMMELL (7) .. 8 1 509 SAN LUIS (13) 8 1 04T HIGH -SHELL (9) ,. ..8 0 743 MARNRAK (14) ? 8 0 .000 ARKANA (20) . .. ? ? » 0 biO COLLRAMP (3) ? 9. 0 000 MILITAIRE (4) ? 8 0 370 BUBBY (2) ? 8 0 1.0 TWO-YEAR-OLD IJCP. 7Uf. 211 REGAL GOLD (14) .. .. 8 12 134 ORIANE (11) .. ? ? 8 4 331 BAHRAM'S DOUBLE (4) 8 0 221 MANSTRIDE (17) .. ... ., 7;13 252 . TUITUILLA (.6)' '... .... .V 7 12 183 THORLINDAH (10)' .. .. 7 G 003 QUARTER DECK (5) .. .. 7 5 : 0 MIL REIS (9) ? ? 7 5 ? 0 .CHESHAM BOIS (7 ) .... 7 4 020 ROYAL REQUEST (1) .. 7 2 815 ISISFORD (12) .. ., .. 7 2 072 BEAU MANNA (1...

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Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Letters to the Editor (Letters should nor exceed 350 words. Correspondents may use pen-names for purposes of pub iication, but must supply their own names and addresses for the Editor's information, as guarantee of good faith.)

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Au Secour Brilliant At Grafton [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

A u Secour Brilliant At Grafton GRAFTON, Thursday.— Sydney horse Au Secour ( 6/4) scored a brilliant win in the Grafton Cup today , beating Northern War rior (4/1) by a length , with the outsider Cor randerk ( 20/1 ) a similar distance away , third. Au Secour, which was ridden by W. Briscoe, was all the rage for the Gup, but his backers were a little worried when he was second last passing the winning post the first time. He improved his position to be fourth at the turn and in the straight raced past the leaders, Northern Warrior and Corran lerk, to win comfortably. The stewards created- a stir vhen they called in both jock eys of the two-horse race, the arnes Handicap, and' ^warned . hem to 'make a race of it.' j The jockeys, E. Ross and L. 'rown, obeyed instructions ' and - he 3/1 on favourite, Chanter's Choice, beat the other runner 'rown Land (9/4 against) by. 12 lengths. . j Grafton Cup (about one mije and a quarter) : . Au Secour, 8.1, 1 W. Briscoe, 1 ; Northern Warrior, I 7....

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LORRY DRIVER REMANDED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

LORRY DRIVER REMANDED Kenneth John Smith, 24, a lorry driver, was arrested , by Detectives A. Gallagher and V. Marott, of Port Kembla, yester day and charged at the Wollon gong Court of Petty Sessions with forging a cheque ? for £5/12/6 fwith intent to defraud at Port l-embla on May. 27, 1950, Remanded until July 17, Smith was allowed £20 .bail.

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Hilton Takes 11 for 50 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Hilton Takes 11 for 50 LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.). — Twenty-one-year-old Lanca shire left-arm bowler Malcolm Hilton, who sprang into promin ence in 1948 by dismissing Don Bradman twice in the one match, at Old Trafford, yester day took 11 wickets for 50 runs on the same ground. Playing against Sussex he I took six for 32. in the first mi nings and five for 12 in the second. Greenwood completed Sussex's downfall by taking the remain ing four first-innings wickets' for 43 and another five in the second . for 24. . |

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Two Corrimal Boys Injured [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Two Corrimal Boys Injured Two Corrimal boys were injured yesterday ? afternoon when they were . struck by a motor vehicle while . crossing; Railway Street, Corrimal. :;. They were Kenneth Thompson, 11, of Pioneer Road, Corrimal, The ...elder boy was taken to the Woiiongorig 'District Hospi tal by . the Jllawarra Ambulance with ' injuries' to the head, left arm and shoulder. ? His t younger' brother,' Daniel, was 'allowedT to , go home after receiving', first aid treatment for injuries' to the face and back.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

1 CITERING i . I; .CARRIED OUT BY I —— — J R. BRANDON \ J j! ? Wedding Breakfasts, Functions, etc. 'J «J, Alternopn Tea ? Smokos ? Luiyjheops 5 'I At BRANDON HALL, Crown Street, Wollongong S Ij 'Phone Woll. 634, or call at 176 Crown Street ' 5 , j! Wollongong for.. Quotations. J jtfWwwwwwvw^vwtfwwwAvw,^^vvw'lwywi , t- ' ;

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Association of Mothers' Clubs Inaugurated [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Association of Mothers' Clubs Inaugurated Representatives from Mothers' Clubs in the Illawarra district attended a meeting of the recently-formed Combined Asso ciation in the Guide Hall yester day. Main business of the meeting, which commenced in the morn ing and was continued in the afternoon a.fler a picnic lunch, was tho ofllcial naming of tho association and a discussion on finance and future nieetings. It was decided that the asso ciation should be officially named the Illawarra District As sociation of Infants' Schools Clubs arid Associates;' ' The name 'Mothers' Club'; it Was said, gaye the impression ithat the clubs were only for the mothers of schoolchildren. Many women who might be willing helpers would feel ineligible for | .membership. The term 'Associ- | ates', would cover women's aux- | iliaries of small schools ineli- | gible for Infants' Schools Club status. The aim of the association was chiefly to , assist such small schools, and it had been formed with that idea, ...

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Sport Spots OPPORTUNITY MISSED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

i i'nn ft atft ~~~ ? f in ti m n rm ii tm fi M tiii n nm n i«l ti mm n ii^i n mi ii wii ii l u— l ui I . ' Sport Spots I (By ALAN J. GIBBONS) I ? . OPPORTUNITY MISSED It's a wonder the Illawarra Greyhound Racing Club did not . apply for a Wednesday meeting next week. The club has, in the past, raced on a Wednesday niorht . alter tl-.e race meetings at Kembla Grange. Next week there will be about 12,000 people in Wollongong lo see the Eng lishmen play League. No doubt a good percentage of them would have remained in the city had there been some sporting attraction on that night. ★ ★ ★ BOWLING PARTY ? There is a big party brew ing for bowlers employed at the Corrimal Coke Works. West Dobinson, their star player, celebrated his part c.s a member of 'the Wollongong Parkinson Cup team by draw ing a substantial prize in the lottery. By the way, it was West's last bowl that gave his team . victory on Saturday over Port .Kembla. He turned a six defidit into a two credit, giving Wollongong a...

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Balgownie Mothers' Club [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Balgownie Mothers' Club Balgow.nie Mothers' jClub/ which has been- functioning for less than two years, has shown practical interest in the welfare of the schoolchildren. At tho monthly mee.ting the secretary (Mrs. Henderson) gave details of several successful functions. A recent doll and pgt show held at the school realised £22/10/. One small pupil, Pamela Lubley, amazed the convenors by collecting over 1170 Id votes for a 'popular doll'., A. tuck, shop held at the .school durinK the lunch hour brought £7/12/ and a toffee day £2. There are about 3.0 members. ' .More mothers would be wel come. Meetings ^re held' on the second' Wednesday' of each month.

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NO GENERAL ISSUE OF FREE TREES BY CITY COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

NO GENERAL ISSUE OF FREE TREES BY CITY COUNCIL A spokesman for the City .of | Greater Wollongong's Engineer- ' ing Department said yesterday the council's Bulli Nursery had received many requests for trees since a Press report to the ef fect they would be issued free. He 'said most of the requests had been refused. 'I cannot; speak for . the Chief i Gardener (Mr. Anderson ),' said the spokesman, 'but i would be very surprised to learn he , had given any trees to people to put , in their yairds.' ; The spokesman said the coun cil had always pursued a policy of giving the trees to 'respon- sible ? citizens' for str.eetplant irig, and made .them available for distript schools' Arbour Day activities, and .planting on . coun cil property. . . -He refused to comment on a .statement made by Aid. R. Shipp ^t , the last' ;neetii)g pf' the Wol- i longong Council that many pf j Jthe .tree.s -v.ere thre.e years, old and werje ')pe|;inni.ng to deterior ate'. , .. ? I Aid. Shipp had urged the cou...

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"Last-Ditch" Stand On Kum River [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

'Last-Ditch' Stand On Kum River TOKYO, Thursday (A.A.P.-Reuter). — Ameri- can troops are desperately preparing strong de fences on the southern bank of the crucial Kum River, in South Korea, following further with drawals in the face of overwhelming opposition. They blew yp the main highway bridge over the river in the eastern sector. North Korean troop concen trations on the east coastx indi cate an impending, full-scale Communist, drive. Approximately level with Chongju, North Kor ean troops are. now . in the pro cess of assembling, and further south, about level .with Taejon, one division has already assem bled. Western sector guerillas are increasing activity both- in the front line' area and in the moun tains on the far west flank. .United Press says North Kor ean forces were today reported shifting , eastward from the American front in an apparent bid to slice through the yielding South Korean defences and out-| flank the U.S. line along the: Kum River, before Taejon. The Kum ...

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REMANDED ON ASSAULT CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

REMANDED ON ASSAULT CHARGE Sydney Cook, 31, labourer, of Bent Street, Warrawong, was charged before the Wollongong Chamber Magistrate (Mr. C. Hall) yesterday with having un lawfully assaulted Lenon Zoltik at Warrawong on Wednesday, Cook was remanded at the re quest of police until July 17. He was allowed bail in surety of £20.

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NEWCASTLE CRANE MEN TO CONTINUE STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

NEWCASTLE CRANE MEN TO CONTINUE STRIKE NEWCASTLE, Thursday. — Crane drivers employed in the bloom mill at Newcastle Steel-, works today voted to continue their strike. v ±ne crane unvers, memueio vi the F.E.D. and F.A., are strik ing against a ruling by Mr. Jus tice Cantor; of the Industrial Commission, dismissinjg their ap plication against- a staff man be ing appointed a crane driver.

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Surprise Party At Corrimal [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

Surprise Party At Corrimal A surprise party was tendered Mr. W. Hudd, Snr., of Wilga. Street, Corrimal, to celebrate his .SO.tli birthday. - Held at his son's residence, The Avenue, Corrimal, the party was 'attended by his family and 10 grandchildren. j ' Mr. Hudd has been a respect ed citizen of Corrimal for 36 years, and prior to his retire ment 10 years ago he was an employee of Corrimal . Coke Works. . Mr. Hudd is a vei-y keen fol lower of Australian Rules, al though at present he is unable to witness all the games he would care to.

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Mass Bombing Attack [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 14 July 1950

riViVrtwrmiiVrt-nnni-i Mass Bombing Attack TOKYO, Thursday (A.A.P. Reuter). — Nearly 50 B29 Super fortress bombers attacked a key North Korean military target with 500 tons of bombs today in the mightiest air blow of the Korean campaign. The mission inaugurated mass precision bombing' by two groups of Superfortresses rushed to Japan from U.S. West . Coast bases.. The' target was a railway centre. The mist was so thick that radar was:used to sight the target.. ? ? AH the- Superforts returned to. their bases. They made a round trip of 1500 miles. VAW.%VW»WWAV^

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