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Wollongong Rifle Club Practice Shoot [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Wollongong Rifle Q D. Club Practice Shoot ' 0: Wollongong Rifle Club held a practice shoot at Kiama on Sat urday, consisting of two stages of 10 shots over. 300 yards. The results were: F. Kunzler (43, 49) 92; E. Mas sey. (44, 47) 91; J. Burns (42, 44) 86; W. Massey (40, 46) 86;,-J. Buttel (41, 44) 85; , A. Smith (45, 40) 85; F. Bean (44, 40) 84; W; Jackson (40,- 41) -81; C; Ashton (40, 38)' 78;, D. Ashton (43, 35) 78. , X; ' , The next shoot, wil toe-, -held at. Kiama on Saturday, July 29. .

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

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N.S.C. Tennis Juniors Do Well In Champ'ships [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

N.S.C. Tennis Juniors Do Well In Gliamp'ships Near- South Coast junior ten nis' players continued their good form- in the South Coast cham pionships. ? : ' Ron Burns, had taken the first set' at: 8-6 from Wollongong's leading junior,' ' Graham Rabey, Wlieu UaU llgill Barry. Benjamin; and. Ron Burns - showed-' good, form t.o reach the - final - of' the doubles, winning 6-3, 6-2. ?? Miss Milner won the- C grade, singles final; and Miss Scarlett has reached th-e- final of. the. junior girls. , .A record 'number-^attended trials to. select juttiors for coaching during bhe school ^vaca- tion. , ' ' - The,, coaching' will, be held, at Wollongong from August. 30. to September 6. One' girl only could be selr ?ected, and this provided a prob lem .for selectors as all the girls showed good. form. The selected players are: Miss P. Cronan, Messrs. B. Ross, M; Jacobson, J. Burnett, J. John son, N. Frew and B. Salisbury. Joy in one's work is the con summate tool. — Phillips Brooks.

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CLOSE RESULTS IN BASEBALL AS LAST ROUND BEGINS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

CLOSE RESULTS IN BASEBALL AS LAST ROUND BEGINS (By 'Observer') All teams have settled down and play has tightened considerably as the baseball com petition swings into ^ the last round. Best indication of this was the unexpectedly close results on Saturday. With the exception of- the Woonona-Reds match at Nicholr son Park the games finished as expected with both Whites, and Cardinals running out winners. In the process both these lead ing teams had some nasty -shocks - and in both instances, .were -extremely lucky to win. In. the Port KemblaWhites match, the premier team was in trouble right up to. the. seventh innings- and was- down five-nil when the Whites-, managed to, bunch their hits and by tak ing advantage of errors by Port, forged ahead to win 10-5 in. the final session. Port seem to have again struck the form of last season and aitnougn it is now too laie iu take the minor -premiership hon ours the team will be a force to be reckoned with in the semi finals. . ' Keira, too,...

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Leading Teams Meet In N.S.C. Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Leading Teams Meet In N.S.C. Tennis In the. Near South Coast Ten nis Association competition some interesting matches ' are listed for, Saturday, „ particularly the, clash between Wyuma and Whites, the two, leading, teams in the A grade. Three important matches will also be palyed in B grade, namely:' ' Hillcrest ' v Austinmer Central, Pine Court 1 v Weona 1,' and Railway;, v Cevu. 1. ' ; All these teams are striving for- a- place in -the semi-finals, and- the ? results- of-the1 matches will -have; a big bearing on the competition. ' ? ; The draw for next Saturday in the mixed-competition- is: ;A Grade: Railway v Austin mer. Central; Wyuma, v Whites; .?Weona' v Cwm Rhondda; Georges a bye. B Grade, Section 1:. Hillcrest v Aiistinmer Central; Cevu 2 v Stonehams; ? Georges . v . Pine ?Court;-2;. -Weona -2 v. Whites; :Bulli -School, a toye.- .- ? B Grade, Section - 2t - Warrii- y Bryants; 'Pine -Court 1 y Weona 1; Railway v Ceciu 1; Cwm Rhondda v Masters; Hillview v R.S.L. ? C Grade: Ma...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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State Championship Soccer At Woonana On Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

State Championship Soccer At Woonona On Saturday At Ball's Paddock on Saturday the 1950 State Championships will commence with the Illawarra First Grade XI playing Eastern Suburbs. Illawarra won this title in 1949 defeating. Eastern^ Suburbs in the final 11-2. -The City, team is : reported ;to be ' much' . stronger ,thii ' year and is expected - to- fully - extend .; the Illawarra team. ' V - I ' ^ . - Illawarra selectors . have chos en -a well balanced team - with youth ; predominating. 'Skipper Les Gordon although only 24, played' with the Woonona State League ; for six years, . represent ing. against the 1947 - South 'Afri- can -tourists. ? ', Sixteen/years old .Keith'. Lear- month and : Bill:-. Williams are without doubt the two most out standing forwards ' produced ' in this' district in. the lakt 10 years. Each has represented New South Wales, in, Victoria and1 Queensland, whilst' Learmonth. captained Australia v New Zea land in 1947. THREE BROTHERS PLAYING No less, than three...

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Ambulance Has Busy Day [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

w.vMvw.mmw Ambulance Has Busy Day The Illawarra Ambulance had ? a busy day yesterday and han dled a near record number of - transportation cases. The total recorded was G9. Only one acident was attend ed. Mrs. Clarice Thompson, of Rowland Avenue, Wollongong, fell, down some steps at. her home and fractured hqr left forearm. ? She was conveyed to a doc- ; tor's surgery for attention.

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MINERS FORFEIT PAY TO ATTEND LODGE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

MINERS FORFEIT PAY TO ATTEND LODGE MEETING i Miners at Coaleliff Colliery yesterday for feited shift wages of £2 to £2/10/- to attend a. monthly meeting of their lodge. ...Two other South Coast collieries were idle owing to unionrmanagement disputes. The miners at the Coaleliff pit- usually meet on Saturdays, j Yesterday's meeting was called by the lodge executive after a | poor attendance was shown at last Saturday's meeting. . There is soma prospect of a settlement in the dispute at the South Bulli mine, which, has been idle since last Wednesday. Compromise proposals reached at .a conference- between union officials, the lodge executive, arid management, .will 'be pre sented to the men at a', pit-top : meeting this morning. ? The . Chairman of the Local Coal Authority (Mr. F. L. Hick man) said yesterday that the dispute concorns a shiftman ? named Parsons. Some time- ago the' colliery -management . had transferred him; -fromf a job operating a .power borer io another.' .section of...

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'HELLSZAPOPPIN' NOT A SHOW FOR QUIET EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

'HELLSZAPOPPIN' NOT A SHOW FOR QUIET EVENING 'Hellzapoppin'- is not a show to go to if you want a. quie-. evening. David Gould's production in which the audience stars and 24 of the artists are so busy in the auditorium that they never get on the stage, opens next Wed nesday-at.the Civic 'Theatre with a flight of outraged Cabinet Ministers from the stalls.. Famous American comedians Olsen and Johnson, who visited Australia in 1926, started 'Hell- zapoppin' 12 years ago at a cost of about £5,000. . It has been running ever, since and did fabulous business in London and' New. , York. David. Gould who is out here to produce the show for Sydney promoter Harry Wren, is Olsen and Johnson's original producer of 'Hellzapoppin.' . Gould claims that 'Hellzapop- pin' is the fastest show ever, staged and' that it is timed, not in_ seconds, but in fractions of. a second. He wears a stop watch and smokes £10 worth of. cigars a week when producing.. RADIO PERSONALITIES IN SHOW 'Mo' McCackie and A....

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ADDRESS ON WELSH MINERS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

;.v.v.v.v.v.vav.v.v.v ADDRESS ON WELSH MINERS . The .Registrar of the Univerr .sity of v Technology,' (Mr. J; C; ..mbb; ,- M.-Sc., . F.G-.S.y M.T.H;E.) '.w|H be' tlie speaker, at -a meet ing, of.' ittoe Wollongong 'Welsh Society to be iHeld in the Con gregational . Hall on Saturday night. . . His subject will be; 'The Welsh. Miner.' - ' ? Musical items' will be: ren dered by members of the : so ciety. ? ' .

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ELECTRICITY DROP BLAMED FOR FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

ELECTRICITY DROP BLAMED FOR FIRE A Corrimal shopkeeper claims tluit an insufficient supply, of electricity caused a- fire which could have destroyed his busi ness premises. The shopkeeper, Mr. , T. lM. Hardie, discovered his chop full of smoke, when ho opened it. ? He. found the refrigerator motor was, burnt out. ' The mot^jrrwas red hot; ? Mr. Hardie claims the motor hid. seized v because of an- insiU fiCient':' electricity- supply;: - ; , fife /added - th.it:; had; he ? arriy od at the shop .,?, little later the promises would have ; _ been well ulight. .'. ? ? , TOKYO,.,. Tuesday— Units of the Royal Navy patrol,, on duty -in ; Korean,-, waters have been . in action eight; times since - July 3, .General - . MacArthur's head quarters annaunce.

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Flood Appeal Reaches £2330 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Flood Appeal Reaches £2330 Further donations- yesterday, brought - the total amount .sub scribed td' the.' Mayor's Flood* Distress Appeal to^ £2330/18/3. ; The 'donations are: A m o urit pre'vioiisiy: £ sV . d. . acknowledged ? 2236 17 '3 111. Rose Croix Chap ter;. No.. 72| : S.R. ... .... 4. 5 0' Mrs.- C; Johnson -... 1 0 0 Mrs. R. Lee ? 1 0 0 SA Fi'iend-.. ? 1 ... - 1 0- 0 Mr&.'Macdonald ... ... - 3 0 ?Mr. and Mrs. Starr '.. 10 0 Shlelf 'Family .:. ? :... 17 0 J. E: Crocker, W'gong. 5 . 5 0 Wiseman- Park Bowl- . ? v ' ? ing: and Recreation ? Club, Wollongong,..;- 2 10 0 H. E. Mc'Cristal, , Glebe Point ... i..- T 1 0 Sixth.- Class, ? Woono . nai. Public .School , ... 1 0 0 A. F. Lindsay, Port;: Kembla. ... 41 0 0 Dorcas. Seventh. Day - Adventist .1 '? CHurch,' Wollongong ... .. ... ... - 25 0 0. Staff and;. Children, . ? Fairy Meadow- In- ' x£ants*' School' ... '... ... . 910 0 : .i- .Total £2280 18 3

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MOOREFIELD CANCELLED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

M00REFIELD CANCELLED SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Sydney Turf, Club stewards today can celled the Moorefield race meet ing set' down fortomorroW. Tho club will now apply to hold the meeting on Saturday. Permission, is certain to be granted.' ' ~ ' This latest postponement means, that , the club's: winter double — Winter Handicap arid S.T.C. Clip— will now be delayed a week. , ' | The moeting, which was. to be held tomorrow, was originally set clown for Canterbury last Saturday, but. was postponed. . - S.T.C. officials yesterday switched' the meeting to Moore field. The club secretary (Mr.. L. V. Lachal) said the S.T.C.- will make application, to the Chief Secretary for- rearrangement of all- its immediate, meetings. The new dates will be: Moorefield' on Saturday. '' ; Rosehili on Saturday, week and the following. Saturday- Aug-ust 5; ? ' . The, August. 5 meeting, set down for Canterbury, postponed to August 12; ? Mr, Lachal said the committee wanted to hold the meetings set down for Rosehili ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

TODAY! TODAY! TODAY! RUGBY LEAGUE SOUTHERN DIV. v. ENGLAND 3.30 )-.m. EARLY GAMES 1.30 ? WOLLONGONG SHOWGROUND WCN6AWILL1 TCNM5HT FORMATION OF.... WONGA WILLI FILM coram AT PUBLIC SCHOOL 7.30 p.m. SPARKLING FILMS WILL BE SCREENED ?A- BRABAZON— KING OF THE AIR f ;. ? AND YOU it SOCCER SMOKE-' NUISANCE ^ ic SHORT ADDRESSES By represenlatives o{ the New Souih Wales Film Council. Hear about the new fact films which 3re sweeping Canada and ihe U.S.A. ^ AIL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WELCOME. T # . ? f | ★ AH Residents especially invited to be | | present from WONGAWILLI to learn f I HOW FILMS CAN ASSIST THEM IN | I THEIR ACTIVITIES. . |

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Softball Players In Rep. Team [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Softball Players In Rep. Team (By Fan) Softball players are extending congratulations to the six Coin iston girls who were picked-, to represent Illawarra on Sunday — Marge Tait-, pitcher; Betty'' Witely, first base; Dot. Coven-, try, left .field; Flo McGarry, TCr»i*n. rPRdrVA infield ^ Laurel McGarry, reser ve outfield. Their standard, of .play in the competition, games has been ^brilliant, and although five State players ? are included ; in the Sydney team the Illawarra girls should hold their own. '

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Mainly About People [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 19 July 1950

Mainly About People Mr. Keith Wiseman, of Wollon- gong, who has been a patient at St. Luke's Hospital, Sydney, for the past month, is expect- ed home at the week-end. ★ ★ Mrs. June Burr, of Wollon- gong, travelled to Sydney at the week-end to be matron-of- honour at the marriage of her cousin, Miss Lorraine Hesketh, to Mr. Anthony Marsden, at St.   Michael's Chuch, Vaucluse. * * Mrs. K. Sullivan and daughter Jan have returned to their home in Prince's Street, Corrimal, after an extended holiday at Manilla. ★ ★ Mrs. S. Carter, of Glen Innes   is visiting her daughter, Mrs Trappett, of Port Kembla. ★ ★ Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Deegan, of Angel Street, Corrimal, the parents of Patrick and Robert, are highly delighted at the birth of a daughter, to be christened Carmel. ★ ★ Mr. Alex Lowe, one time pro- fessional to the Wollongong Golf Club, was in Wollongong this week. He is now in charge of the municipal golf links at Law- son, on the Blue Mountains. ★ ★ Miss June ...

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TABLE TENNIS AT WOONONA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

TABLE TENNIS AT WOONONA Results of the table tennis played at Woonona on Tuesday ni.qht were: B G rad e : Colts defeated Port Kembla Methodists, 12 sets to 8, W. Horton. starring for Colts. Scores: Colts 12 fWnrtnn 4 Zeremski. 3, Carpenter -2, Gra ham 1) ibeat Port Kembla 8 (Simons 2, Harriman .2,. Paine 2)'. . ,C Grade: Colts beat C.R.M., 20, sets to nil.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE. ; CRINGILA ' ELEVATED HOME SITES. ?The1 opportunity to acquire a building lot in this desirable - locality is quiokly passing. We 'have only six lots from which to make a selection. PRICE £60 EACH. Easy Terms. Deposit £10. Monthly instalments . spread over , five ye^rs. i '' Apply, immediately and we will arrange an inspection. BURKE NAUGHTON PTY. LTD. 66 KING STREET, SYDNEY. ' Positions Vacant FREIDELLft f . ; . ''I I , requibe EXPERIENCED TWIN-NEEDLE AND i BUTTON MACHINIST. also; experienced machinist. - Apply MISS CLARK, 32-34 Auburn Street PHONE 273.

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KEEN BIDDING AT UNANDERRA SALE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

KEEN BIDDIN|aT UNANDERRA SALE Particularly keen bidding was the keynote at the Unanderra weekly calf sales. j\j. This -brought prices to ^re cord high, level althouj^H' a large number of calves'' \tere yarded. - j \ A total of 349 calves, a if-w ?pigs, sheep and mixed jcatt\- were yarded arid sold. j ? \ Buyers operating at the sale' included those representing sev-\ eral Sydney meat companies \ and carcase butchers as well as \ several district meat companies ^ and master butchers. A '.general summary of prices realised is as follows: 'Fat heifers to £18/15/-, fleshy; cows to' £13/18/-, store cows to £7/1/-, prime 'bobbies £4/0/6 to £6/11/6, good bobbies £2/12/6 to £3/10/6, medium bobbies £1/1/6 to £2/9/6, underweights from 4/-; porker pigs £6/5/6 to £8/15/6.

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