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Wollongong Rifle Club Holds Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Wollongong Rifle Club Holds Aiinual Meeting Speakers at the annual meet ing of tho Wollongong Rifle Club expressed regret that the full programme of shoots set for the j)a.st year had not been carried out. This was duo to the action of authorities in closing some of |Ke district's i-angfcfe Before pro viding new ones, it was stated. The club is looking forward to the .completion of the ? new -Dis- trict Union Range at BbllHmtii Point. The opening; of this;r«mge should enable the club tb' st&'p up its activities and : improve its marksmanship. The improvement . over/ the past year iri the general iriarks manship of members . had . been pleasing. With equipment be coming more plentiful thfe .pros pects for continued improvement during the coming year were ex cellent. The officers elected .were: President, Mr. J. H., Babidge; captain, Mr. E. Massey; vice captain, Mr. A. Smith;: secretary, Mr. V. ICunzIer; treasurer, Mr. F. Bear; District .Union dele gates, Messrs. F. Kiirizler ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

I * COT TV RE I I ElW^^bs^ I ' ^ ^ | Phone W'gong 469 | 1 ' SOUTH COAST TYRE I | AND I I-: RETREADING CO. I £ ? ❖ f . CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG J' ❖ . ?- FREIDELLE CHILDREN'S CLOTHING FACTORY Has Vacancies lor INEXPERIENCED JUNIORS who wish to learn an interesting, and useful trade. High wages and a bonus. Apply to MANAGERESS (Miss Clarke) 32-34 Auburn Street, Wollongong. Phone Woll. 273. □□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□GoaDDDDnnanannnnonnCTnDtDt: □□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□□annex ' I read it * . . ( {$' '? A IT GIVES REAL NEWS— WHAT'S V\, 'T: DOING IN THE DISTRICT . . . 'TfrT^ KEEPS ME INFORMED OF THE HAPPENINGS OVERSEAS AND ^ IN AUSTRALIA.' DAILY MERCURY / ... price - 2d .- I' _ t. ? ' I Most readers have it __ I delivered every ' . . . nn ^ ^ . .morning . . . u\) '-=- YOU? AWW OWAWUW^nV PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH ANY NEWSAGENT Any of the following district newsagents will deliver the 'Daily Mercury' to your home at dawn, every moimirig, on request : ALBION PARK BUCHANAN'S STORE. Phone: ...

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DID YOU KNOW or Strange Facts of the World! [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

DID. YOU KNOW. . . or Strange' Facts of the World J

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Cognac For Flying [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

? Flying ' (By 'Barrier') -Cognac appears to have outstanding pros pect's in tfce Flying Handicap at Canterbury this afternoon despite the fact that several smart sprinters will be opposed to him. Hlfe third' In the Moore Park Ilaridibrip; WOit' by Blue Flag.j at Randwiek a fortnight ago was i a go'odJ effort; aild' lie will' be al mucli better proposition over the short'er . journey tills' week-end. | The' consistent Persian Prince: must again be considered.- It, is' many months .since he .has 'run' a' bkd' race, .but he has not been able tov m'a&e' the grade in recent starts. ? . ' ' ' Warrah King, .- though -; still eligible for Sfixed^ Stakes events, .will- be in the- market. He has ? won three' restricted' races' at Canterbury and has a terrific iamount of pace., V. , Journalist' and-. Oivner's ' Lass ? are: botli' comparatively' recent Canterbury \Vinners', while' Trover scored at - Randwiek three' statts ;ago and- cannot- be overlooked in . this field'. ' OPEN RACE : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

State League; SOCCER BALLS PADDOCK !? ?-WOQNONAm Todfey: ' WOONONA- - ; f versus {? DRUMMOYNE. Tomorrow?: ? , Woonona i ? ?? versus ?; '?- ? GRANVILLE. .? ? ? ...P.' VAUG-HAN, :Sec:

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Condensed Form for Today's Races CANTERBURY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Condensed Form for today's Race* [?] Numbers bcforo horses' names indicate finishing positions; 0 denotes not in flr^t' nine.- Blank- indi cates horse lias not- raced. 'Indicates ' liorsc has not started' iii past three mon'hs. 12.30- lW Welter Handicap 6f i'-iY Apprentice's'' can claim. Gate' start'. '018 JOURNALIST (15)- 10.2 ? S. Carter 1 000 BOLD DUKE (1), 9.4 ? .. ..A Ward' 2' 311 MOORA BINDA!(17i; 9.2 '.. . . A. RJ Sinith' 3 010 ARTOIS (10')-!?;0 .. r. .. .. .. .. tfc-Mdlloy 4- 705 SHIRLEY FOX (11), 8.11 .. . . R. Kerrigan 5 « CARIBBEAN (12), .8.7- ? B.-Killinn- 6 231 TOMBOY' (18), 8.6 ? ? A. 'Se'.Vm'oiir* T * KO.YAL EDITrON (16), 8.5 .. .. W- Briscoe 8 381 AMeCHC; (IS)-, 83' .. .. .. .. .. \V-.- Camer 9 CCO NORTHMOND (8). 8.3 .. .. .. B. Faggotter 10 237 PYRAMID l o ) , . t-;3 .. ? ? R. Selkrig U 115 BRIGHT-: M- (6).-8;2- .. .. .. -.. . . G'. Weate 12 068 BEAU BRUMMELL (7), 8.1 .... F; Hlcke'y 13 533 SAN LUIS- (13); 8.1' .. .. I. .. E. Vale 14' «? AKKANA (20). C.O ? ? B! Murp...

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WHITE HORSE CUP AT W'GONG LINKS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

WHITE HORSE CUP AT W'GONG LINKS': Wollongong golfers- play- Keni- ! bla Grange in the White Horse Cup at the Wollongong- links on- Sunday. The visitors have' had many problems to- overcome during', the recent wet weath'er and' as their entire course;, is' not' yet avail able for practice'., Mariy of the Kemb'.a Grange' team ' have been practising on tlie- Wollongong links. ; , ;So' confused- -ihas-^this trophy' become, with rain and floods; that a complete re'cofd pf ^the. upto date results is- not ' known. - If .no rain falls' over the week end the entire course at Wollon gong should' tie available fbr play. Any player, wishing, to nomi nate in; the— Wollongong. White ?Horse team may. enter. this morn ing- at the; club. 1 .This- afternoon ?? a, knockout 'event'- will-' be held; for. Harold Staff's trophy.-' 'Members-, will; play-' for' the Bankers'- trophy tomorrow afternoon. ;

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SELLWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

SELLWOOD Leading' jockey Neville Sellwood' vyh'o will ride many well-faricie-d' Horses at' today's Canterbury meeting.

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BRISCOE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

BRISCOE 'Battling' Billy Briscoe, who will ride V-alidas- (2nd- W-elter)' and Gay Spark (3rd Welter) at: ?Canterbury this' afternoon.

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NEWSPAPER SELECTION CANTERBURY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

NEWSPAPER SELECTICPSc GANTERBWY RA'CE ''BARRIER'' 'HERALD' 'SUN' 'MIRROR' 'SPORTSMAN'. »',! FIRST WELTER ARTOIS 1 ARTOIS ? .1 ARTOIS .. 1 -. ARTOIS- . . .. .1 JOURNALIST'. .. .-1 ? 19 On HANDICAP, Journalist^ : . ,. .-2'. BOld^Duke .... 2 Moora Binda . 2' Northmond ? .2 Artois .- . . . . 2 of. ' Mooraf Birida . -:3' Royali Edition . . . 3 Journalist ..... 3 Moora Binda . . 3 Moora Binda . : .-3 u-l I TWO-y-BAR-OLD- REGAL,- GOLD.- .1- TUITUILLA . . . 1 QUARTER-DECK- . 1 QUARTER DECK . 1 REG AX, GOLD .' '. 1 11 ! ft! , HANDICAP; - ; Mahstrid'e . 2. Bahram's DoulJle . 2 Tuituilla^ . .. . . . 2 Regal Gokl .... 2 Maristride ? ? 2 iy -, I, 7f^{fr t Bahrain's Dbuble . 3 Quarter? Deck .? ; .. 3 Bahrsftn's Double' . 3' B&hranVs Double . 3' Bahram's' Double .. 3 : '? SECOND1 GOLDEN''' BREW- . 1' PORTRAIT . . . . 1 GOLDEN BREW . 1 NEW LOOK . . .1 NEW LOOK .. .. .,'.-l I WEIiTER HCPr, New Look . . . 2'- Golden Brew . . 2 Portrait . . . . .2 Goldeni Brew ... 2 High Brow 2 ? ' ' ' Porti-a...

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BURTON [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

BURTON Leading- appren tice, A. Burton, who- has' excellent prospects Of r|d: :ng a- double- to day.- Hfe' will: pilot1 Zezette' arid Ep som Boy-. — botht )f whicH' are; sel-' ected b*y; 'Scrib'e;'

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WILLIAMSON [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

WILLIAMSON W. Williamson, who will ride the- hot-favourite of the Arundel Handicap, Welkin Sun; at Moonee Valley this- afternoon.

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Dornoch Safe Bet Today At M. Valley [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

[?] [?] w (Bv ''Seribe') Sprinter Dornoch has' bright possibilities in the Springbank Handicap (First Division)* at Moonee Valley this afternoon. Dornoch, ridden by L. Loft, will carry top weight, 9' stoire. He is' selected as the best bet of the day. I Before going for. a spell Dor-' noch was one of ther nlost con sistent sprinters racing in Mel bour'rte. His1 pet. distance is sik* furlongs'. Last week' he1 flew' home 'at' th'e end of six and ? a half furlongs to run third, one and' three' quar ters of a- length behind Prince Ben and' Grand- Monarch. He was sixth- at- the half' mile arid approaching the turn / he .was seen to be making' up ground in grand-' style.- Sbwevfe'r; his? condi tion gave out near , the post. Today he will be a far fitter horse. If anywhere: near the leaders at the home turn he will be cer tain:' tO' go-' very- close- to landing' the money: ' Apprentice' A; Burton; has a fine-' chance: of- , riding; a- double when he pilots Zezette and' Ep som Boy' in* the ...

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NO ASSOCIATION BOWLS GAMES THIS WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

NO ASSOCIATION BOWLS GAMES THIS WEEK-END There will be no association bowls games this., week-end arid play will be restricted to club games and championships. Main interest is ' now being centred ,on the . forthcoming South Coast Bowling Associa tion's Northern 'Section cham pionships, scheduled to start on July 29. The secretary of the associa tion- '(Mr. E. Hope) said ,,last night record entries had- been received for all . sections of the championships. He had received 164 nomina tions for the singles events, 155 for the pairs arid 74 fours had nominated. ? . ; , The' Northern Section em braces . Austinmer, : Thirroul, Woonona, Corrimal, Wollongopg, Port Kembla and Wiseman's Park clubs. .? ? j . . Mr. Hope said the draw , for the championships' would be kn nouivced next week. . ; v |

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Illawarra Aussie Rules Team May Beat Sydney Today [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

Hlawana Aussie Rules Team] 1 May Beat Sydney Today After their first victory against Univer sity at the Wollongong Showground last week, the Illawarra Australian Rules team is confi dent of repeating the performance against the stronger Sydney team at Trumper Park this afternoon. ' Illawarra Is capable of per forating this feat if they play ihe ball and not the man. If '.'they revert to their 'rough man' tactics, they are almost certain -to he defeated by Sydney, which is V a well balanced, hardened 'At training this week, coach Charlie Sandy lectured the Wol . ldngbng. members of the team at . lehgth, pointing out the advan 'tages of playing according to the book of rules. :v At *:Nowra, where more than half the Illawarra team is en camped. at the Naval Base, a simUar lecture was delivered. ? .There is no denying that the iliawarra side is made of some of; the best players in the State. This has come about, by the fdet that many pi the Naval lads are interstate players, hailing fro...

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IKE WILLIAMS BATTERED TO DEFEAT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

IKE WILLIAMS BATTERED TO DEFEAT PHILADELPHIA, Friday (A.A.P.).— George 'Sugar' Cost* ner caused the- biggest boxing up'set- of the year last night by thrashing lightweight champion Ike Williams in a 10-rolind noh title fight. Costner was given a unanim ous decision. He scaled lOst. 81b. and Williams iOst. 31b. ? ! Costlier hit Williams again and again but. was unable fo floor the plucky champion. 'Wil liams never had a chance after the hard - punching Costner clipped him with a vicioud left hook in the third ' roilnd. , ' Costner' kept the advantage and ? pounded- Williams, -who al most' went down and ? then seemed to lose his reflexes. \ He was a stand-up target for t.he rest of the flght.

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NORTHS WILL PLAY WOLLONGONG [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

NORTHS WILL PLAY WOLLONGONG Despite rumours which have been circulating this week, Nor thern Suburbs are expected to play Wollongong at McCabe Park tomorrow afternoon. The city. side should have little diffi culty in adding two points to their total. ' Wollongong easily out-played Dapto last week on the Show ground and in this week-end's game' 'their task' should offer their selectors . little ' anxiety.- . 'f ?: -Norths have not won. a game so far and', their prospects thj's Week-end jwre' ? ..anything ' but , bright.. Although they 'usually battle' and give ' the opposition ?a'1 fight for. the game, thpy-'inr variably: slaken off towards the ?end' 6f. the' 80 minutes. . '-'.^'fter yVeats had beaten them 72-2-, ? ? many ; thought', .'Northern ' Suburbs : would throw in- '' the towel; ? This.' proved . incorrect and. last \yeek they 'turned' out against- Brothers. .. . The result was little b.etter and they, went down 19-2. ' . :... V ''. Norths are having a difficult 'tim6 .Jp fiel...

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SEDGMAN TO OPEN DAVIS CUP SINGLES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

sedgmanto OPEN ? DAVIS CUP SINGLES MONTREAL, Friday (A.A.P.). — Australian champion Frank | Sedgman and his Canadian vis a-vis Brendan Macken will play, the opening game , of the Davis bup tie, which begins today be fore an anticipated capacity crowd of 2500., Manager Harry Hopman has chosen Ken McGregor over Mervyn Rose for the other singles match and he will meet the young Canadian Lome Main. Canada's doubles pair for to morrow have not yet been named, but Bromwich and Sedg man will represent Australia. Hopman must have been .torn between McGregor and Rose who, ori practice form on Wed nesday, seemed fitter than Mc Gregor. A desire to give the .latter as much play ai possible probably prompted Hopman to name him for the singles. An eve-of-match prediction that Australia would win all four Davis Cup singles against Canada was made by Harry Hop man last night. He declined to predict the doubles outcome be cause the Canadian pair will not be disclosed until an hour before play is due...

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12 BELIEVED KILLED IN BOMBER CRASHES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

12 BELIEVED KILLED IN BOMBER CRASHES TUCSON (Arizona), Friday (A.A.P.). — Twelve men were re ported to have been killed with three others missing after, two. B50 bombers crashed yesterday. At least 11 men were . killed when one bomber crashed' arid caught fire near Lebanon (Ohio). 1 Eye witnesses said the bomber must have carried explosives as a crater 125 feet wide arid 30 to' 40 .deep was . blasted in the. ground and; windows of several; houses more than half a mile awa.y. were smashed. Six' men parachuted to safety from another B50 which crashed int0'.,th'e Galiurio- Mountains' atoout ; 40 miles from -Tucson. Three ? other inembers .of the crew 'are . missing and the; body of:- another was found - in ;the STPefcage..' \ ? ' v ?'? ; ' v - , v' ?

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BASKETBALL LEADERS APPEAR SAFE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 15 July 1950

BASKETBALL LEADERS APPEAR SAFE The ' basketball competition ladder should not alter greatly after this week's round o. matches. The leading teams seem , certain to hold their, posi tions at- the head of calcula tions. They are., favoured oy- . fcompai*ative|y. easy draw. . ?Today's matches are: ? SOUTH BEACH No, 1 ' Stella. Maris - 1 v' Rbsemont Ramblers, 2 p^ni.; Isaacs V, Thir- roul, 3.15' '.p,m. . Referee, '.Nellie McCloskey. SOUTH BEACH No. 2 M.M.'. V Warrawong, 2- p.m.; Thirroul v Casben, 3.15. Ref eree, ' Shirley Kirinarie. '' STUART PARK No. 1 Kembla. Height . v ; W-ollon- J gong Waratahs, 2 p.m.; ; South ern Cross Red v Wollongong, 3.15. Referee, Lola Kinnane. , STUART PARK No. 2 ' Stella ' Maris v Star of the ; Sea, 2 .p.m.; Coniston v Coun cil, 3.15. Referee,. Joan Shipley. WOONONA Stella Maris 2 v Bulli. Blues, _ ?2 p.rri.; John Vicars' v West' ?Wollongong, 3.15. Referee, Rita Knoble. WISEMAN PARK Kembla Heights' v. Gwynne ville, 3 p.m. Referee, Winsome Glaister. Southern...

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