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SOUTH AFRICANS WIN SECOND SOCCER TEST [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

SOUTH AFRICANS WIN SECOND SOCCER TEST CAPETOWN, Saturday ( A.A.P.). — South Africa beat Australia twogoaU to one, after.*, leading one-nil at half time in the second soccer test before more than 30,000 spectator i at Ellis Park today. This victory puts the Spring boks in an unassailable position after having, won the First Test at Durban last Saturday 3-2. They are now two up with two to play, and cannot 'lose the rubber. '. . ... ' ...' ??; . .. ?, .£ .. Once again Johnny Claassehs Springbok - centre-forward, won the match for South Africa by scoring both goals. -He .salsq...scored twice- 'in the Durban Te&t. ? .,# '??&,. 5-^. ?£''? '' The Australians' s: . goal was scored from a penalty by Bunny Nunn when South Africa was -leading 2-0. ? ??? -? \ Early-- in the .first ;half: Tony Holtz, inside-left, fwas - injured and for the ? remainder of the match was a; passenger;. ^ Although ;. Nuiin . missed,: two open goals in the second half the Springboks were . definitely...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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THIRROUL BEAT W'GONG AT HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

THIRROUL BEAT W'GONG AT HOCKEY In a thrilling game at Bulli on Saturday, Thirroul just man aged to 'hold off Wollongong to win the hockey match of the day,* 2-1. ? By this Win they still head the competition with Cor rimal. . Thirroul -welcomed .back to its ranks Jim Hill, who had not appeared for the club since .the finals'5' oi' las^ year's competi tion. : On the; fprniv displayed.; by him on Saturday he' will be a ?peMftaherit member of the team for thi' remainder of the season; Thejgame -opened -.won* amaz ing' 'speed considering: the., soft ground. Thirroul opened their 'score' when Ron Woods shot' a centre' which was picked up by Reg Ryan. Ryan made ho mistake and, seizing the opportunity, scored a good goal. Tom Walker was playing an excellent game for Wollongong and , 'he retarded Thi r'r oul ' s activity. The second score came- from a pass which Don Bassett picked up. He shot a hard one at goal, which the Wollongong goalie cleared, Henry' Scott, following through, came in a...

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

HERBIE HERD CLOTHIER AND MERCER J j MEN'S FLANNELETTE i PYJAMAS M.f O.S., X.O.S. 25/8 m/llk Men's Winter Weight ^7^ DRESSING GOWNS 7'3/7 HOUSE SUPPERS In all sizes HERBIE HERD 158 CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG S « BRITTON AND CO. 5£ CRAFTSMEN TAILORS Faultless fitting by tailoring by the time-honoured manner, gives you an individual suit . . . your suit- Fine range of Suitings at a price that -is reasonable. CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG , , Upstairs over .Moran Se Cato. 'Phone W'gong 1078. j

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Arts - Crafts, Exhibition at Coniston [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

Arts 7 Crafts Exliihition , at Coniston An Arts and Grafts Exhibition ?'a? held in the Goriiston United ?Sunday School Hall when a st&ll vas conducted *Sy! each' 'class. ? —.The 'articles7 on' the stall' we're ,i ^na'de ' by' ' the ''pjugils'.' ? . ' . . The exWbltlon'was qjjened by Mrs.' R. X''^randpn!' Rev: F. -G. Serle was cifflrman.' - - r' ' A; concert i^as 'Held .at nig^t.

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FOUR MEN ADRIFT IN LAUNCH [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

FOUR MEN APRIFT IN Four Po^t l^erph'T men vi?r' missing for over 12 hours yes-, terday 'when the engine of they launch broke down while fish ing off V/indang. They wej; towe_d into, Bort' KprnbTa Ha' bour! at 10 o'cl,gc^ last n^ght. The.! men, 'VViniarn (Snowy., JsT^ayes, George ''?X^ifhgl.s.o^i, Charles Rpdg'ers' and W?illiar Hulb.ert, leit Port ^embia Hai Dour yestgrday rpprning at o'clock in a halfrpabin . lSfcfp.' launch. They .were to hay spent the day ' fishing off tfc coast. : ... Shortly after.' midday, ? Bo'' Searle, a well-known' footballe' . noticed the ilaynch under sai! about thre^ niile? off TVindanc' He repofteji -^his to the. Boi;.: Kembla. .police station.'. ?: At 8' o,'^lp.ck la?t night, w, hie:, the boat had failed to returri! to. port, the pilot tender Waran ' was sent to, sea' to search fo the missing 'craft, rieanwhi the-'P.ort Kembla police had commenced a search of the coastline. At 9.30 the Warana sighted the launch drifting northwards two,: miles south orf ...

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FELL FROM GAP; UNINJURED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

FELL FROM GAP; UNINJURED SYDNEY, Sunday.— An attrac tive 43-year-old woman was rescued conscious , and °n.ty slightly bruised, after plunging 200 feet into the sea at The Gap this morning. . ... . , 1 Two seconds before she fell: a! huge wave covered, the rocks at the cliff base breaking; her. fall. Her billowing- dress helped check her plunge. Police, famazed at ..her escape, believe the only similar case was about 15 years ago when a woman survived after her dress acted as a miniature parachute. Fishermen, in a launch, . man oeuvred dangerously close to the rocks to rescue her. BIGGEST WAVE They said the wave that saved; her. was the biggest all day, cov ering the rocks with five feet of water. She missed striking a group of rock fishermen by only a -few feet. -ri^ ? Eastern ? Suburbs Ambulance took the woman to St. Vincent's .-pTncnitsil whprp chn w,ns trpflt.ed. for immersion . and shock-; and allowed to leave, five hours, later. . ? -At ;The Gap police took pos session of; a . ...

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New T.B. Allowances From July 13 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

Mew T.B. Allowances From July 13 CANBERRA, Sunday. — The Minister for Health (Sir Earle Page) announced today that the new scheme of tuberculosis allowances de signed by the Menzies Government would come into operation on July 13. On that date, the first payments under the scheme would be made. Rates of allowance payable to j the main categories of sufferers are £G/10/- a week to a married sufferer with a dependant wife and £3/12/G a week to a suf ferer without dependents (re ducible to £2/12/6 a week where the sufferer without dependants is accommodated in a hospital or tuberculosis institution free of charge). £3/12/6 a week, without reduc tion for institutional accommo dation, will be paid to a sufferer whose only dependant is a child or children under the age of 16. In addition to these payments, 9/- a week will be paid to the sufferer in respect of each depen dent child Under the age of 1*6. This payment is additional to child endowment. A means test will be applied. , This wil...

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Russia To "Wait And See" On Korea [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

Russia To 'Wait And See'! On Korea LONDON, Sunday (A.A.P.). — It is believed in diplomatic quarters that the Soviet Government is not likely to make any decisive diplomatic move on Korea until it is clear who will win the present battle for the South. It is fc't thnt if help from the West fails to prevent complete victory for the North Koreans, the Soviet Government could af ford to do nothing. Observers believe that .the Korean situation will only Korean situation will provide Russia with a diplomatic prob lem only if the Americana suc eood in stabilising' a dofenco line in South Korea and if the North Korean forces want outside rein forcements. The British War Minister (Mr. Strachoy) said at Colchester, Essex, lje did not believe the struggle in Korea would mean a world war. 'On the contrary, knowledge that the Western world will not sit by while Com munists attack a small 'country will greatly help to prevent the outbreak of a third world, war,' ho said. Soviet propagandists assu...

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

Stanwell Park .'TONIGHT ?DKMATIC^ STANWF.TI, PARK DISTRICT FILM COl'XOL AT THE C.W.A. HALL, STANWELL PARK 7 p.m. SPARKLING FILMS : WILL BE SCREENED . * ART OF BATTING (See Don Tallon, Rex Rogers, Bill Brown) ir: NEW TOWN (Colour cartoon on town planning) * BRABAZON — KING OF THE AIR (The dramatic story of . the construction and test ? flight of the world's biggest-aircraft) - ? ? * FILM AND YOU * V?.v-:\V' (How Canada has used films to make township life more interesting)' ? * SHORT ADDRESSES ^ v By representatives of the New South Wales Film Council. Hear , about the new fact films which are sweeping Canada and the U.S.A. ALL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WELCOME. W.V.VAVAV.V.V.V.V.V.'.V.V.VV.V.V.'.V.V.W-' I' . v Jl ★ All clubs and organisations are especially 'l ?J invited to send representatives from J ;? Stanwell Park Coalcliff to learn HOW I* \ FILMS CAN ASSIST THEM IN THEIR t I ACTIVITIES. % iV.VB,AVA%Wr,V.VAW.V.V!V.V»VAW.VAW.W

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BASKETBALL LEADERS DEFEATED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

BASKETBALL LEADERS DEFEATED The basketball competition took a change on Saturday. wKeji the 'leaders, Southern r Cross Golds, were' defeated by Gwynrie vilig 14-2. ' ' 1 ''V-A This is one. of tlie biggest up sets of the present' sgasori.'. By tli£sr defgat ' West v Wpllprir gong are now on tpp, ope point ^he|d 'pf /Southern Cross* Qo(d§ and' Gwynrievilie.' r . .-; Results: A Grade: Gwynneville 14 d. Southern Cross Gold 2; Council 11 fl; . Ksmbl'a . Sfgiglit-s J; 'S'est Woljongong 27 d'. Thirroul 14; John Vicars 21 d. Unanderra 11; Coniston forfeited to Isaacs. '. B Grade:' Star of the. Sea 9 d. '\yollongorig 8; Casberi 35 d. War raworig'2; Southern Cross Relds 33 Thirroiil 0; Stella' Maris 16 dve\v with 'Bulli Blues; Woonona d*. M.M on ' forfeif ''' C Grade: Stella Maris I 19 jd. Kembla Heights 7; West Wollon g'ong 27 d. ' Rosemont Ramblers 13; Bulli Blues forfeited to Wol lon&orig'Waratahs.'

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NEW AUSTRALIAN INJURED IN COLLISION [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

NEW AUSTRALIAN INJURED IN COLLISION A New Australian, residing at the Migrants! . HgsteX ' ifnaj) derra,' was injured' '^arjj?'!pi} .Saturday ''morning when' his, motor cycle collided with a car on the qornpr pi'Springflgld' and Civ t; laiuiiua rvuuuo. He was Rasimierz Klpchar. who Is employed at A. I. and S;, Port Kembla. At the' tjme of the a'ccident,1' about' '7- a.m., Klebhar was 'on his way to work. He' Avas taken toy the llla warra; District-' Ambulance to the Wollongong District Hos i-Jtal arid 'admitted; Suffering from 'head ? injuries. ' |

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

'Daily Mercury' Classified Advertisements I RATES: Two shillings tor first 14 words (approximately three lines); sixpence for each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch. ARIEL j THE MODERN MOTOR CYCLE ] A Machine for Every Type oi Rider. j FOURS TWINS SINGLES j Specially recommended for sidecar work — 3 the h.p. Side Valve Ariel. J Local Agent — Inspection Invited. !j G. H. Spence, Market Street \ ILLAWARRA GREYHOUND RACING CLUB DOGS ARE RACING TONIGHT AT WOLLONGONG : TONIGHT ! TONIGHT ! GREATER WOLLONGONG CITY COUNCIL ELECTRICITY RESTRICTIONS A CHECK by £he Electricity Commissioner shows that these restrictions are being disregarded to an extent, endangering public supply. Citizen.'; are therefore reminded that the follow ing- restrictions are in lorce and must be observed till further notice. They apply throughout the whole of Greater Wollongong as the mining power stations at Helensburgh, Bellambi and Cor rimal, as well as the Oroverument electricity supply system, ...

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Schoolboy's Eye Injured In Explosion [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

Schoolboy's Eye Injured In Explosion A 16-years-old Corrimal sc|iool 1 boy ' severely injured ; hj§ right eye on Saturday when some powder, with which, it Is re ported, he was endeavouring to make crackers, exploded. The youth was Joseph Ian, 'of Thalassa Aveniie} Gorri mal East. It is understood he was mix ing chemicals in a tin. in the backyard of his home, and that when the explosion occurred pippgs of tin fle\y into hig ey.e. ? iilaAvafira' District ' Ambulance ? topk- him ? to the Wp.ilpngo'nr: D'sfrlct i^qsRjfal, where he'^' ^mitted. ' ;

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"ILLAWARRA DAILY MERCURY" COMIC STRIPS JEFF CROCKETT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

'ILLAWARRA DAILY MERCURY' COMIC STRIPS JEFF CROCKETT

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WOONONA'S TRAINER FAREWELLED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

FAREWELLEB \{/oonona 'Soccer Club's tra,iner, Mr. George Robertson, wl{p 3ails for Scotland at -the end of the WAe^k, y^as fafewe^^e^ at 'a function' after Saturday's match against GrVnville; The president of Woonona Club (Mr. . Jv McGoldrick) Re sented 'him''' witli 'an '1 inacrihe'd wallet as a token of- apprecia tion for the. work 'he had done. . iSr. McGpidr^c^c sa\d^ Kph-. crtkon ' had played 'a prominent part, in Woonona's recent suc cesses. - ? ? Responding, Mr. Robertson said he had enjoyed his associa tion- ,wilh Woonona Club whicfi, he. f^lt, would go,' a long -vyay provided memuer^ attended training regularly! C ilembers of tijie. club joined - in Singing. 'Fpr 5|e's A'J[ol\y. Ggo'd Fellow' ' ?* ' ' ;.Mr/ . J. .'.Motley, after paying tribute to the work p.f iV^r. Rob ertson; presented 'hfm with a cake which .was inscribed 'Bon Vpyage to Sco.yand'. * The''^ ''Ciub. » .Captain' (Mr. C. Stewart f expressed his. own and the.-team'-s tank's to.'litr. Robert son tor his work as...

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

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CLUB COMPETITION AT WOONONA [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

CLUB COMPETITION AT WOQNONA I In rounds . of ; the Woonona B^wlin|g \ Vpiub J , major 'singles c^irtpionijhip.s played 'yesterclay R. Biitl'er 'defeated7 R„ Wales 32^ 23, and Cecil Poole defeated F. Jo.hnsto.n 31-23. ' H. Dal^on ;'and G..;Quijkey yes terday 'de'feaVed A. Molioy and. M. Nees by' 27 points to 15 in a round of the club ' pairs chani- . pipnship. i

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WOLLONGONG, PT. KEMBLA TO MEET IN PARKINSON CUP FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

W0LL0NQ0NG, PT. KEMBLA TO MEET IN PARKINSON CUP FINAL Following their wins in the semi-fi}iah on S^tU,rday, Wollong.ong and Port ftembla Bowl ing Club& will %iee^ wqathei? pev^iitt^n^, in the final of the Parkinson Oup next week-end. At Gor.r.imal on Saturday Wol longong defeated the home team by 79 poi^s to 67. Scores were: P.'Nealc (Wollongong) 16 v Piatt (Corrimal) 22, N. Price 18. y F. Thommeny 15, R. Washijrig toii 25 v N. Emory *8, Er*Davis 19 v H. Henson 22. Poft KenVbia had a,n easy win over ' Woonona, winning the match by- &7 -points to' 72. Follpwing/nre the, scores: Mclntee '(Port Kembla) 17 v J. Hill {Woonona) .24)* K.' Hill 16 v vTo.lhur§r;i 3% Jarret 27-'. V Phyllis 28, Townsend 27 v R. Butler 8. | South Coast Bowling Associa tion against the ? Metropolis on the Waverley green on Sunday, I July 9: ' W. (3-rifliths, J Mitchell, J. Chirk, R. Scott, A. Tuck, W. .'W^flOS. Rtt-hfipp.. R. Bixrb.ee. E. Risk, — Hamilton, V. VVil liam^n, Jock tirowji, J. Evans, ...

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"DAILY MERCURY'S" CHILDREN'S SECTION [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 3 July 1950

DAILY MERCURY'S' CHILDREN'S SECTION Ap?-vers to Puzzles will appear 9^ Wed|i.esd|a^

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