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GROUND CONDITION MAKES 3rd TEST "ANYONE'S GAME" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

(GROUND CONDITION MAKES 3rd TEST 'ANYONE'S GAME' SYDNEY, Wednesday.— Eng- lish and Australian Rugby League officials agree that Sat urday's Third Test is 'anyone's game' with Sydney Cricket ground a mud-heap. The Australian camp, how iflUPr to TYl Am finrtfldortf 4.Viqm ever. Coach Vic Hey, after study ing England's weaknesses, has devised new tactics, suitable for the conditions. Hey spelled the Australians today but will give them a solid workout tomorrow. 'All the players are fit, and there is no point in tiring them by running through the mud day after day,' he said. ENGLISHMEN CONFIDENT The Englishmen are equally as confident of winning. G&pfcin Bpng'at Wtt tfc day that the outcome of tho Test would depend 'on luck if the ground was aa bad as. .It was . last Saturday. ' ; . ; ' 'Naturally, I think we,. can win,' he added. The. Cricket .Ground, '.Trust, worried .By the. da^agei.being done, to the ground, woiiid like to see; the match cancelled, v-but the decision is in ,...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Shipping Movements [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

? Shipping Movements Arrivals: River Lodden, Iron Baron, Avismoat. Departures: Birchgrove Park, Empire Gladstone, Iron Baron. Departing today: River Lodden. Due today: Beckenham 6 a;m., River Burdekin 6 a.m.,' Cbrramba, p.m. V

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

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

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Printing Delay Holds Up Medicine Plan [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

Printing Delay Holds Up Medicine Plan CANBERRA, Wednesday.— A hold up in printing arrange ments will prevent the com mencement of the Government's free medicines scheme on Aug ust 1 it was learned authorita tively today. Doctors and others were ad the scheme would commence on August 1, but it is not now like ly to commence until probably the second week in August. DRUGS AVAILABLE Under the scheme life^aving and disease preventing drugs will be made available to public free of charge. ' The formulary of tree drugs contains about 200 preparations and- will replace the formulary drawn up by the Labor Govern ment. The scheme, it is estimated, will cost about £2,500,000 a year. Consideration is /now being given to the provision of certain additional drugs for aged and in valid pensioners,

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High Praise for Referee [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

High Praise for Referee 'I would like to congratu late Mr. Jack Underwood, who refereed today's game,' said the Manager of the English team (Mr. G. Oldroyd) at the League's dinner last night. The President of the N.S.W. Pno-hv T.fto on in fTVTlV H. also congratulated referee Un derwood. This is the first time since the tour began that the Eng lish managers have congratu lated a referee. Referee Underwood did a fine job yesterday. At all times he had the game completely under control. This was Underwood's first international game.

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Newcastle Cranedrivers' Strike Ends [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

Newcastle Cranedrivers' Strike Ends NEWCASTLE, Wednesday.— Although the cranedrivers' strike at the B.H.P. Steelworks ended this afternoon, steel making will not begin until Saturday. All men will not be back on the job until next Wednesday. The strike caused a steel pro duction loss of about 25,000 tons and put 2,000 men out of work for up to seven days. The manager of the Steelworks (Mr. K. Butler) said tonight the stoppage had been quite un necessary as the cranedrivers had agreed to go back on terms which they rejected when they first stopped work. ' Staff man Curtis, against whose appointment to the crane the cranedrivers had objected, will remain in the position. In tem porary retrenchments Curtis will be first to go. Mr. Butler said the men 'had rejected these terms on the day they went on strike.

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£1-A-HEAD PLAN FOR FLOOD RELIEF [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

£1-A-HEAD PLAN FOR FLOOD RELIEF CANBERRA, Wednesday.— The Labour Council tonight decided to ask all N.S.W. unions to urge members to contribute a volun tary levy of £1 a head towards a fund of 8750,000 tor N.S,W, flood victims,

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Convent Additions To Cost £20,000 Approved By Council [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

Consist Ad#ti«To Cost £20,000 .Aiip roved iy Council ? ^ Additions to the Wollongong Convent to cost £20,000 were included in thfe' building ap plications approved by the City; ;Council last night .... : ? The total value of applications approved Was £i08,312. ' ' ' The' applications included: J. E. Leigh lor . self, .fib. dwelling, Arinesley Ave., - Stanwell Tops ? ,f.l,500 Seward & Burns for P. ? | Mcnegazzo, fib. dwelling, ' Balmoral St., Balgownie £1,600 Contractor for S. G. Mellor, | bk. veneer dwelling. I Meades Ave,, Fernhlll .. £2,500. W. Kay for self, bk. & w/b dwelling, Rawson Road, otford ? £3,ooo A, J, Couison for self, w/b dwelling, Hillside Ave., Reidtown ? ? ? £1,400 Contractor for C. O'Brien, lib. dwelling, George St., Berkeley .. .?. ? ? £1,000 E, Maher for self, w/b dwelling. Dale St., Dapto £1,300 S. Boyle & Son for H. Hunt, bk. dwelling, Reserve St., Wollongong ? ? .. .. £4,200 H. Sikk for self. fib. dweU ing, Avondale Rd., Dapto £1,650 A....

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Assault Charge Dismissed [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

Assault Charge Dismissed Mr. J. Fleeman, S.M., dismissed a charge of assault in Wollon gong' Court of Petty Sessions in which Gwen Davies, of 24 Bel more Street, Wollongong, al leged Harry Smart, of the same address, had assaulted her on June 28. ; . In evidence, Miss Davies said she- came out of the bathroom of the house and the back door was open. As she- was about to go out, Smart came in and while ishe was turning to close the' the door Smart pushed/ the door against her, pushing' her out the door and injuring her wrist, said Miss. Davies. r ...She had to. receive medical iatteritioii' for the injury, Miss Davies added. . ? She, admitted to Mr.',!H.;.Pee dom, who represented! Smart, that she . came, back with a man named Rowles. ' When Mr. Peedom asked her whether . she .had been in trouble with Smarts some - days before, Miss Davies said '.This is an as sault charge and: not, a- fair, rents court, . Mr. j Peedom.' , . - Smart, a .foundry; assistant, said there, was a violent, w...

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More Members For Watersiders [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

More Members .? For ,Vi Watersiders Seventy-two applicants vied in yesterday's draw for member ship in the Port Kembla Branch of the Waterside Workers' Federation. Thirty men were chosen to fill a possible 25 vac ancies on, the Port Kembla waterfront. All of the 72 ballottees were recommended by present mem bers of the Waterside Workers' Federation. The 30 whose names were drawn are subject to medi cal examinations and final ap proval by the' union's member ship board. : Successful candidates, in the draw were: S. Rowles, Young Street, Wollongong; W. Dean, Windang Road, Primbee; W. Thomas, Kembla Street, Wollon gong; W. Wallace, Bourke St., Wollongong; W. Guthrie, Keira Street, Wollongong; W. Sheehan, Swan Street, Wollongong; P. Cook, Campbell St., Wollongong; N. E. Brownlow, c/- Post Office Primbee; Wv Chinnock, St. John's Avenue,,' Wollongong; T. Rowles, Young Street,- Wollon gong; R. McTaggert, Parkes Street, Oak Flats; N. Phillips, Foj5t K6mbla;\i Norman. Lee, 5 Wigrainv Road; A...

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

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

C.B.C. OLD BOYS' UNION SECOND ANNUAL BALL IN THE SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL HALL, WOLLONGONG, ON TUESDAY, 8th AUGUST, 1950. Savoy Orchestra. Dancing 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Supper. TICKETS 10/6. ? RESERVATIONS: Phone Wollongong 680, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.;' Wollongong 947, 6 p.m. iMRS. G. iR:OWL/ES, President. MRS. R. LOWRIE & MR. H. WAKEFORD, Hon. Sees', BOX PLANS OPEN TOMORROW SECOND CONCERT — International Celebrity Concert Series Erna BERGER Etna BERGER Associate Artist: HENRI PENN ? SAVOY THEATRE, THURSDAY, 3rd AUGUST, 8.15 P.M. Programme includes; Laughing -Song tfrom 'Die Fledermaus' (Strauss), Berceuse (Grieg); O- Del Mlo Dolce' Ardor (Gluck), Pastorale . (V-oraclnl). ? - - : Res. Prices: 10/-, 7/6, 5/- (Plus tax and booking fee.) PLANS TOMORROW at Box Office, CROWN THEATRE. Direction: . A.B.C.

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Port Kembla R.L. Teams For Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

Port Kembla R.L. Teams For Sunday Port Kembla Rugby. League teams to play C.B.C. at Mt Cabe Park on Sunday, will be: 1st GRADE: K. Livermore, L. Pollard, J. Bruce, J. Duffy, E. Harris, G. Bruce, V. ?Meizer, D. Townsend, C. Bruce, O. Beazley, J. Ralston, L. Hurley, A. Dris coll: , ' rkskkvju gkadb: A. .Bur nett, M. Payne, J. Ralston, I. Moir, M. Ferguson, L. McCar thy, R: Smith, C. Pyrke, ? C. Potts, W. Moynihan, D. Hodge, R. Searl, J. Campbell, W. Beaz ley, D. Giles (2 forwards to be omitted). THIRD GRADE: S. Giles, R. Quinn, R. Burnett, R. Johnson, D. Howie, T. Cook, R. Hopson, F. Giiinery, P. Pes, J. Brown, J. Laycock, H. Cooley, T. Buckley (two forwards to be omitted); reserves, C. Anderson, G. Simp son.

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Western Suburbs League Team [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

Western Suburbs League Team The Western Suburbs 'Rugby League team to play WPllon gorig at the Showground- on Sunday will be: L. Koch, R. Lockhead, A. McDonad,' L. Primmer, J. Thomas, Li Tropys, G. Souter, C. Longhurst, . K. Rodgers, W. Poland or R. Up ward, D. Stone, V. Da!re, C. Purcell. HOLLYWOOD PARK (Cali fornia), Wednesday (A.A.P.). — Australian jockey George . Moore rode a 11/2 winner here yester day but finished last - on 'a 41/1 shot in his other mourit for the day.

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Lysaghts Shade Keira In Baseball Game [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

Lysaghts Shade |/ Keira In 'Baseball Game (By 'Fly') Lysaghts' baseballers were just a little too good for the young Keira 'team last Saturday and won the match by 16 runs to eight. - -They were lucky that they did not have to forfeit, however, as at tn-e. puDushed time to com mence the Lysaghts' gear had not arrived. The ICnira team sportingly allowed Lysaghts to use its' gear. ~ ' | Lysaghts won the toss and Keira batted first and scored two runners. Lysaghts replied with six. . In the. second innings, Keira scored only one and Lysaghts added three more to its total. The third innings saw an .im provement in the Keira batting and three runners crossed the plate. .However, not to be out done, ^ Lysaghts scored another six to make the score 15 to six. .Keira scored two runs in, the next two innings, and Lysaghts, with one run in the fourth inn ings took the score to 16-eight. In . front; at- this stage, it was not necessary for Lysaghts to bat in the fifth innings. Every. member of ...

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

AUCTION SALES FURNITURE SALE SHOALHAVEN1 'ST., KlAMA ' SATURDAY, 29TH JULY commencing at 2 p:m. J. N. Kinor & Sons Pty. Ltd TTAVE been favoured with in structions from Mrs. H. Pierce, to sell by public auction her high ' grade .furniture and furnishings, including: 1 'Electrice'Refrigerator 1 'Gerialex' Washing Machine and;' .Wringer ' ? ; - 1. 'Regulov New World', gas . Stove - .- 1 'Strad' Piano (slightly out of order. 1 'Weldon' Wireless .(cabinet model. , 1 'H.M.V.' Wireless, (mantel, model)- . ' 1 Lounge Suite ' 1 Lounge; Chair r - 1 Bedroom Suite . 1 Large Wardrobe. , ?: ? 1 Single Wardrobtf . ? 1 Single Bed 1 3 Bed .: ? 1 Loug:hboy : ' 2 Dre'ssing- Tables 1; Dining Table : 1 Sideboard 3 Carpet Squares ? Feltex in ' Hall': ' - ' ' , 1 Kitchien Cabinet V ' 1 Kitchen Table,,. . ; ,i, , 6 Kitchen Chairs ' :-J v ?. 1 Large Wall . Mirror. - . ' , 1 Writing Desk : ; 1 'Small Tiable ' Quantity* : of Linoleum (in ' good' order). . ' ? Quantity of Cutlery. ? . ^ 'Note Tirrie,.'...

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FOUR TENNIS FINALS AT WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

| FOUR TENNIS . FINALS AT WEEK-END ? Four final and one semi-final matches are set down for the South Coast tennis champion ships next Sunday afternoon. Some good tennis-should be wit nessed at McCabe Park . courts. The draw is: ' 1.30 -p.m.: AMS, H. Stapletori v K. 'Pepper; AT .P. Mrs. '?Ben- nett and Miss OT)onhell,y . Mrs. Townsend and Smith .- (final) ; ARMS, J.;Neill v F. Goodwin; JBS, G. Rabey. v R. Burns (to finish); JGS, Miss B. Wray v Miss J. Scarlett. , - ,;r. 240 p-m.: ALS, Mrs. ^road foot v Mrs. Woods; ARXD, R. Brown and Mrs. -Leonard 'v W.! Bainbrldge - and -Mrs. '- Hunt (final) ; -BMD, -B.' arid. E.-- John son v W. Clark and L. - Jones (final) ; BXD, R.- Groves ' and Miss Turner v W. Thomas, and Miss Sligar; OMD, E. Stanley and -L. Burrell v T. Shepherd and D. Forbes (final). ' , . 3.30 p.m.: AXD, H. Stagleton and Miss O'Don'nell v J. Hogben arid ' Mrs. Bennett (sernl-firial); CLD, . Mrs. Brownfng and'. Mrs. Beverldge v. Mrs. Ryan and Mrs. Wheatley; JBD...J. Neill .and...

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SCHOOLS' LEAGUE CARNIVAL TO BE HELD ON AUGUST 5 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

SCHOOL' LEAGUE CARNIVAL TO BE HELD ON AUGUST 5 The Group 7 Schools' Counci' annual Rugby League carnival will be held on August 5. The standard of football was high in all grades last year, and spectators this year can look forward t.n nnnt.hpr Hnv nf pv. cellent football. All weights of boys are catered for from. 5st. 71b. primarv teams to the open weight teams — 10 divisions in all. About 70 teams are expected this year. They will come from . all parts of the coast, from the. Tablelands and from Sydney. The usual Strathfield, Garden-1, er's Road and Campbelltown j teams as well as district school teams will be , competing. The Schools' Council is looking forward to providing the pub lic with a carnival as good as any. in previous years.

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SURF CLUB SOCCER WINS—LOSES GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 20 July 1950

SURF CLUB SOCCER WINS— LOSES GAMES . .. (By 'Half Back') : : I ...33iev;BgUambi S.urf ,piubt's;s6c^ | cer team won .one game.'and lost' another in last week-end's ; play?; The team , beat Russell Vale one-nil on Saturday, but lost to North Wollonsong firsts in Sun day's Langridge Shield -fixture, four goals to one. ; uoaue oacK. wiowry again starred in. these games. His per formances this season have been fiSt ClaSS. Alan Peace scored a nice goal in Sunday's game. He has been' one of the most consistent play ers this season and certainly is a worker who deserves more goals for his efforts. . ,.}t This Saturday the team play the Helensburgh B team, at Hel ensburgh. The -bus leaves An derson's corner at- 1.45i p.m. \-i' Saturday's team will be selected from: J. Clowry, D. Happ, G. Starr,' ' v!' Braniseri, B.' Power, A. Nicholls, S. Parsons, D. Geary,. J. White, R. Suddick, A. Peace, F. Townsdend, T. Lunt, N. Smart.

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