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No title [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

. ILLAWARRA ARCHERY CLUB MEMBERS D. Blanken-Baker, John Brown and Bill Mason iine up on the club's range at Dapto. Evidence it their skill can be seen in the well-filled target jutt at the right.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Interest Revived In Age-old Sport [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Interest Revived In Age-old Sport Five-hundred and tliirty-five years ago, on St. Crispin's Day, a handful of English archers at Agincourt wrote a glorious, indelible page in the annals of English history. i Outnumbered, six to one. then drew their slender longbows and sent the feathered shafts flying which routed the flower of the French cavalry. Today, another handful of bowmen, the members of the Illawarra Archery Club, are among those helping ;to pireserve the thousand years of romantic tradition behind this aristocrat of outdoor sports. The outdoors, the keen eye, strong arm, and steady hand, the skill of the craftsman, ? the i thrill of stalking and the kill, the never-ending search for. im proved equipment, all these are part and parcel of the 'sport, which these men have chosen .to.l follow. . J There are few laurels. Arch ery is not a spectator sport' and there are no medals or Press clippings. But, for the experi enced archer, there is always the gratification to be found ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

l The niawarra Archery Club ? - Target Shooting I - Hunting ' j* . ' .v Roving j ♦The Club will shortly be in a position to consider, applications* ^for membership. Correspondence to: r - : ? ' * I HON. SEC., THE ILLAWARRA ARCHERY CLUB! * .? C/o. Brandon'. House, . ' ♦ « , . Crown Street, ? ' - J wollongong, ; 'ti'tVttVTt, rVVTTTT'rrTVTVTi^rTVi'TTTVVTV V ; 'Archery . jsiWIii#'-.-! j*Lemonwood Bows - 3J5/19/6 SArmguarcIs - ? ?? ? - sj-1- 5/6 ?Fi.nge- Tips - .- - ? 6d ? Tareet Arrows ? - - ' 4/6.each0 Hunting Arrows '-? -7/9 - each.! Bow Strings . r..,. 4- 3/9.4 v.- ^-.g[ARG'ET,, TIPS, FERRULES, NOCKS, Etc. |j JIM CHRISTOPHER'S ! ; , sports store r; * ; ?..; 53;kEIPA STREET, WOLLONGONG. Phone: Woll. 1276!; ^ ,-&L ^

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FIGTREE OVAL IMPROVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

FIGTREE OVAL IMPROVEMENTS Following: a lett&r rrom the Western Suburbs Rugby League Club, the City Engineer (Mr. R. E. Glastonbury) is to report to the Health Committee . as to whether a; hot water service for showers is included in ' the pre sent proposals for the improve ment; of Figitree Oval.

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REMAND FOR UNCLE ON CHARGE OF ASSAULTING NEPHEW [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

REMAND FOR UNCLE ON CHARGE OF ASSAULTING NEPHEW An ex-serviceman, charged with having assaulted his nephew, was remanded in Wollongong Court of Petty Ses sions yesterday, to enable him to obtain legal advice, after he had heard his nephew givs evidence. He was Roderick Athol Sweeney, . 40, labourer, .of Tow radgi Road, . Towradgu who %|. . leg'e.dly assaulted William Fred erick McA.rthur, of the same ad dress..',. McArthur said . he apd his jvife and , child shared ,a cottage with ,S\yeeriey: and 'his /wife and : ^9n.' '? V-.m - : ' , McArthur' said /.that , .on the night .pf July 18,, ' fie-' heared Sweeney knocking. , on his*, front door, and' he told 'him to leave a^ ; his baby 'was' ill.' ' gweeney , s-yo're at hi-n, McArtJiur said, and 'told hiiji he wanted him to getr out of the place.' ; , McArthur- said he would get .otit..7as- soon as possible' but Sweeney threw a punch and hit [him on the left jaw. /. , : An exchange of blows follow ed and after a short fight Sweeney tolcV...

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PORT KEMBLA WANTS TOURIST COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

PORT KEMBLA WANTS TOURIST COMMITTEE The Port Kembla Ratepayers' and Tree Lovers' League sug gested to last night's meeting ?of the City Council that a Tour ist, Committee be set up for the area.;'.' -The letter said members felt that mote ; . publicity should be given '.to the tourist attractions of the area, which could provide a source of great wealth to the district;. . 'Member's believed a forceful tourist' committee could attract:- attention ' -and : bring fame and wealth to the 'area. ? The Town Clerk (Mr. W. H. Mitchell) said there was a lot of- merit in the suggestion. -The committee would need to be one .comprising members of the public representing all parts of the -.area; -It should be set up under section 530A of the Act. .On, tiie, recommendation of the-yParks ;,and ? Gardens Com mitter Mr.' Mitchell w^s .yasked to :submiti urther ; ?- report to the . committee . .cn -the proposal. CALCUTTA;;Thursday (A.A;P.) —A Pressireport friijn the Tibet 'frontier 'yfiSt'erday^sajd ...

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"Ace of Aces" To Open Diggers' Ball [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

vAce of Aces' ? To Open Diggers' Ball ! . Australia's 'Ace of Accs,' Air Commodore Harry Cobby, C.B.E., D.S.O., D.F.C. and two bars, G.M., M.IvD., will open the Wollongong Annual Diggers' Ball on August Z. ? With 42 Huns to his credit (29 aircraft and 13 halloons), Harry Cobby was Australia's No. 1 fighter ace in World War I. 1 - As ' his score was not beaten byvatty pilots in World War II, he': 'must still hold the title of '^ce of Aces.' . , Cpbby must also hold pride of place as one of — if not the most -^decorated airmen of both wars. After returning from World War I, during which he made his reputation with No. 4 Squad ron, A.P.C., he joined the newly formed R.A.A.F. and became Commanding Officer at Rich mond. i tfe. attended the ;Sta'ff College at Andover, qualifying for .those mystic letters psa. after his name . in the air force list. He joined the Civil Aviation Board as Con-, tvoller of Operations. When World War II started' Cobby was recalled to the R.A.A.F. It was while,...

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Film Group Formed At Wongawilli [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Film Group Formed At Wons;awilli A film group was formed at a meeting held in the church of England Hall. WongaXvilli, on Wednesday night. Mr.- E.. Smith was in the chair. ' Mr. B. Griffith (Coal Board) and Mr. T. Russell (Film Coun cil) addressed the meeting on the benefits of forming'; a group. The following residents were present: Mi*. Arthur (Public School), ? Mrs. R. Vickery ' (C. of E. Guild), Messrs. H. Chennall. (Miners' Lodge), M. Cartwright' (P. and C. Association), Redpatli (Retired . Miners) , Mrs.. Towers and Mrs. Clark'. ' . Several appropriate films were screened. ' ' ? ? Wollongong ? residents should watch the 'Daily Mercury'; for an announcement regarding ia meet ing to /form a film council in the city. . .

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PORT KEMBLA MAN INJURED AT MT. KOSCIUSKO [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

PORT 'IEMBLA MAN INJURED AT MT. KOSCIUSKO Mr. R. G. ESDAILE, of Port Kembla, one of the guests at the Mt. Kosciusko Chalet, suf fered a broken leg in a fall. He is seen being carried in for treatment.

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Truth Drugs Condemned [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

' Truth Drills i? . Condemned LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.). —Lawyers from 38 countries at tending the -third conference of the International Bar Associa tion ? in London yesterday con demned the use of tr.uth drugs* and the lie detectors in. judicial proceeding's. The resolution affirmed that any information obtained by these means bo inadm.issable as evidence in an-.- court of law and urged all nations to respect (he rule. ?

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Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Letters to tfie Editor! (Letters should not exceed 350 words. Correspondents may use pen-names for purposes of pub lication, but must supply, their own names and addresses for ilie Editor's information, as guarantee of good faith.)

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"Injustice To Ryan" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

'Injustice To Ryan' .... SIR, — I take strong exception to your presentation of the Ryan incident in .the -game played on the Showground on Wednesday. - ' ' ' . You reported that 'Ryan was hooted from the time, -;fie„. left the gamej on .the eastern side of the field, until he reached the dressing rooms.' , -,1 . .. ?I .was on 'the eastern jsid© where the incident took place. With others who realised , .that Ryan had been illegally tackled, I joined in a ? sympathetic clap at his misfortune. A one-eyed 'cantankerist' did say: '.What about a hoot?' But he had no takers. ?W.e on the eastern side heard no hoots. Actually the referee did not see what happened.. It ;Was the touch-line judge who reported the incident. to him.. Ryan must have been at least, 10 yards from the ball at the ''time. C.' S. YARWOOD ? 448 Crown Street, ' West Wollongong.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

'Never Idle a , moment, but thrifty and t.h oughtf ud' of o,thqrs.': (Longfellow .— 'The .Courtshipiiflf Mites .Standigh.') BUY ONLY YOUR SI? ARE./ ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

] Even if you don't want to Buy These Lovely J Things, They are Worth Seeing ! C0DDINGT0MS j Proudly Present A GLORIOUS DISPLAY | I of MYART FINE NEEDLEWORK j THIS DISPLAY COMPRISES A FULL STOCK OF TRACED LINENS | In. attractive displayed designs | Ready to Work 1 and all the necessary I COTTONS j in a full range pf colours. ] (There are 12,000 strands of cotton available to j choose from, in a wealth of colours) Estate and Business Agent LOOK AFTER YOUR INTERESTS Consult.. TOM JARMAN Valuations made for Probate Insurance Effected in all kinds of Business BUILDING BRICKS ? Commons and Reds Full particulars as to Price and B| Delivery on application to Hi T. Pendlebury & Son nf pty. limited Jm 60-76 Prince's Highway Hi WOONONA H Phone: Corrimal 15 HI Today's Theatre Programmes CROWN, Wollongong 7.45 P.M. Reserves: Telephone 186. YVONNE DE CARLO, PHILLIP FRIEND in BUCCANEER'S GIRL (G) (Techn.) FRED MacMURRAY, CLAIRE TREVOR tin Borderline (A) Shorts: STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN and R...

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Leaflets Not Communist [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 21 July 1950

Leaflets Not Communist SIR,: — In your issue of Wed nesday, July 19, is a par headed 'Communist ? Leaflets Attributed o Port. Kembla Body.' It,' re- fers to leaflets found at Ballarat beaded ''Comrades, prepare for —,a.r' and authorised by the 'Port. Kembla branch of the Oomb'ittfcd Workers' Committee i'ov Democratic Unionism.' . I do not' know if you have acHm.llv seen the leaflet or tried to check your facts, or whether the par is a reprint from some Melbourne paper. You need not '??ave gone so ? far afield, for a few of these dirty sheets have been distributed locally, some' at South Bulli Colliery, where they were condemned by the miners; In any case, there is not' a true statement in the article you printed. They are not Communist leaf ?e's, but a ' stupid and clumsy nt-ompt to present a completely false picture of Communist policy, masquerading as some thing from the '^'inside.' No doubt the author relies on the Press to retail it 'as fact. The leaflet bears the imprint 'Autho...

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