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COAL BOARD TROPHY PRESENTED TO DOMESTIC SC. SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 6 July 1950

COAL BOARD TROPHY PRESENTED TO DOMESTIC SC. SCHOOL Inspector F. Cowburn and Mr. Sid Hayes visited the Wol longong Homo Sci.encp Schoo! yesterday and presented the Coal Board Trophy awarded *oi[ their success at the Secondary SnVinnlc1 Cnmhlnnfl Ru'lniinlntr Carnival 'held at Port Kembla last March. Mr. Cowburn handed the trophy to the school captain, Lola Wilson, who made du? acknowledgment. Character is that which reveals moral purpose, exposing the class of things a man chooses or avoids. — Aristotle.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Woohona Travels To West Wallsend [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Woonona Travels To West Wallserid The Woonona - State, .League team travels to \yest Wallsend on Saturday, and on form should gain the two point's. it will not be an easy game, as the West Wallsend team will! be hard, to toss on their home ground.,^ , . .. .??'Ji'f; :^-»noinii''iian'^wta; 'it -will.] brighten; their.' 'chances to make-1 thp1 hrst^four.;. Defeat will make.' their ' task;- harder. . ; . The' Woonona forward l'i'tie, will j be - strengtherie'df by the. return of ? .JJim\'Cun- ' ; i ningham jto - the. , 'centre : forward; t»osl- _ tiori, . who] 'displaces , . S. Rehkovitsky. At j. , centre forward Cun ningham . .. is ideally ' situ- 1 ated . . and ! with .his, in- 1 side, mqri m : Tom , Rum- , ley ; and ..Ted i Drain,, should give; the op position a torrid- time. J. Cunningham : The halves will give their for wards.. plenty., of. ..the. .ball, and Woonona forwards are playing atutheir top. , .- . ^ : , ; Woonona team: ,K. ;Wprthing ton, J. ,Bracewell, C. Rhodes, B. Jone...

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BRITISH OPEN GOLF LONDON, Thursday (A.A.P.). [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

BRITISH OPEN GOLF LOND.ON, Thursday (A.A.P.). Australian ; challengers, Norman Von. Njda. and. Ossie Pickworth ! finished six and seven strokes, respectjyely, behind, the lead in the fi'i-st . jo.und proper of the British Open Yesterday. ..(Britain's,, Master . .Golfei'' of 1917,. YorksHir^main . Arthur Lees, i&ade'd the .fiel'd of 93 . players with ' a 'magniflcjsnt 68, one stroke ahead .of . the title-holder, Soiith Africa's' Bobby . Lociie. and Brit ain's Ediiie Whitcombe.' . British r match play champion, Dai Rees, one ...of, England's greatest' hopes, finished a very unhappy, nian .in 71 after having burned, up the jcourse in_ a bril liant out-var'd half of _ 33. ? He threw the ball towards . ..the 1 crowd at' the end of the ? round and walked disconsolately to his hotel. Pickworth', who used his put ter to sucn advantage in tne qualifying .rdund^w^s' completely | out.. of ,, touch it_ yesterday. Sheer bad- putting, cost, 'him ..at least. four. strokes;and ', he yisit'e...

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Rules Team to Play University [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Rules Team To Play University Wollongong . , Australian Rules match, again?!. University- -on Saturday should turn out an evenly .balanced game. ? University. .is,ia, .jwell balanced team, ,but the Illawarra team is reported , to be in. ] top ;f,orm..iri Following is the , illawarra team: . ? Pull-backs; Goult, Sandy, Laurie; half-backs, Hobon, Myles, Handford; centres, Wil cox, ^Hopkins, _ Brookfield; half forward's. Harris', Mctellarici',' Gavis; full-forwards, Cole, Stir ey, tlerberte'; ;flrst-rucks, .Clarke, Kierce. James: 19th. Freeman. Reserve g'r^de: full-backs, I Warren,,. , McDpnalri, Parener,. half-backs, . Hockley, Cheyne, Blotter; centres, .Harrison, Jeri-i kins; P.erry; half-forwards, Hick man, Burns, Sanders; fullfor wards,. .Garter.- Stanton', Guthrie; i first-rucks, Priestlpv. Purton, j Gow; „19tlY, Hilli.^OtlV, t»ennay;( reserves, Small, White. ? i

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Favourites Fail; Punters Freeze At Dapto [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Favourites Fail ; Punters Freeze At Dapto Puilters took a 'freeze' last night at the Dapto greyhound meeting when only two favourites ivfere successful from the 10 rates. Despite the cold; shivering weather the meeting \Vas wiell attended. t Punters gained their. , first re lief jvheii Graciefiil Kay _ at 2/1 led all the way to easily .win the fourth race — the Showground Stake. jumping .smartly ftom : the ma- ?; chipeVGraceiful ,Kayjwas weit,' clesir . at, .{he ; ftrsjt .turn, ; here Doulton Queen .and.-.Cptj ^^nda.' y^iere, in. second, position: Approaching the turn into the straight the winner . eased slightly/but ithe. final result was never in. doubt.'. , . ? The - official margin was . six lengths by three length's and the' time '28.7 seconds.' ;.;, , r Although .the - wlnrier's ' ' of the next five races .were reasonably well backed it 'was'iiot ^iintil.the final -race that .the popular Bon nie. Wilko, scored. She /started ab:5/4.. ?' ] .- . ? ; This runner was the medium of ...

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£200 DONATION TO MAYOR'S FLOOD APPEAL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

£200 DONATION TO MAYOR'S FLOOD APPEAL Included in the donations re ceived towards the Mayor's I Flood Relief Appeal yesterday was £200 from Metal Manufac tures, Port Kembla. The amount subscribed how totals £655/9/9. Amount previously acknowledged ? £434 18 9 Metal Manufactures, Port Kembla ? 200 0 0 Employees of Thirl well & McKenzie Timber Yard, Wol longong ? 10 0 0 ? ., Women's Guild ? 5 0 0 Miss. D. .M. Cannah, I Members Bulli Di'st. Hospital Ladies' ?Auxiliary ? ? 2 0 0 J. W- Waples, .Unan ?derra ? ? 110 Mrs. , Halieman, ,. , . ' . Woiiori'gbng' ? ' 10 0 West Wollongong . Presbyterian Jcrvis Bay ? ? 10 0 Anonymous ? 10 0 M.Y ? ? ? 10 0 Mrs; Stibbard, Fairy Meadow ? ? ? 5 0 Thirroul Baptist , Bible Class ? ? 5 0 £655 9 9

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

X*lj, EDGAR. BAJNTON, (. Aus ~rj tralia's . brilliant . Musician, ,\vill be the . . Guest /.Conductor, (irarid .Orchestral iCbncprt,) Civic Theatre, -MONDAY, 17$I$ JULY ?Reservations «at M&cAndrew's.

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Korea Debate Offered [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Korea Debate Offered SIR. — Your correspondent /'Dinkum Aussie' is somewhat critical of myself and of the Peace Council. I have much ^pleasure in inviting him to meet a representative of the Illawarra Peace Committee in public de bate, on the Korean ' 'question. This will give members of the public ah opportunity to decide for themselves whose statement is a 'gem of distortion.' It will also demonstrate whether he is as much of a 'Dinkum Aussie' as he claims, to be. Place, time, and conditions of the debate can be arranged at. your correspondent's convenience; | we shall be only too glad to agree to foreswear the use of the 'roneoed statements' to which he takes such exception. . M. M. FACKENDER, J.P. Honorary Secretary, Illawarra Peace Committee.

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Sport Spots NEW JOB FOR FULLBACK. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

§p@ri Spots i (By ALAN J. GIBBONS) NEW JOB FOR fullback; Nineteen-year-old J a c k y O'Coririell, the suprise selec tion for the team to play; Eng land on July 19, undertook a new job on Tuesday., night. At , the Wollongong Roman Catholic Ball he was. the es-. corl for the first debutante. Jack handled the situation as well as he does the 'tail' end of a football field. By the; way, his ( footwork on the' dance floor was well worih'' watching. ★ ★ ? i AMBULANCE MEN. ! ; ' . j One of ' the regular .'ambli- ; lance aitendainis at the Aussie.' Rules games at the Show-; ground asked _ nie to tell people the laws of . 'aerial j ping pong.' When an injury occurs it is up io the team manager to signal as ' to whether or riot the 'Zam- buk' is required. The medi cal man , can not go on the field until such signal has- been received. In Union arid' League as soon as the referee blows the whistle the ambu lance man runs on. It's just a case of different games — dif- ferent rules. ★ ★ NO HOLID...

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Letters to the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Letters t© tiie Editor i (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 the Editor's information, as guarantee of good l'aith.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

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TROPHIES PRESENTED TO WOLLONGONG SWIMMERS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

TROPHIES PRESENTED TO WOLLONGONG SWIMMERS Trophies won during the last season were presented at the Wollongong Amateur Swim ming Club's Presentation night; Thc trophies included the southern district championships. Apologies were received from Messrs. N. Askew, F. Wolfe, P. Bernor, R. Brandon, J. F. Mc Govern, B. Martin and S. Green way. The following trophies were presented: 400 yds. junior: K.. Wirigate Woll. 1, K. Doyle, Goulbiirn 2, J. O'Connor, Woll., 3. Freestyle, 100 yds., junior: K. Wingate, Woll. 1; P. Leonard, Woll., 2; R. Faulkner, W°H- 3 .Backstroke, 800 yds. open: T. Barnett,. Wpll.. 1; . J. -.Neill, Woll. 2; J. O'Donnell, Woll. 3. Freestyle, 100 yds: Free: K. Wingate, Woll. 1; B. .Cranston 'oulburri 2'; J. O'Connor, Woll. 3. ? ? ? ... « ' I'll » o : . A. ?Boys under 15, 100, yds.: A. Findlay, Woll.-,. 1;.- Ml. W.estbury, Woll. 2; R. Mulqueeriie, Woll. 3. .. Breaatroke, 100 yds.: K. Wm gatp, Woll. 1: W'.. Miller, Woll. 2; P.- Leonard, -Woll.- 3.»: ? Girls under 14, 50 y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Positforis Va'carit FREIDELLE REQUIRE EXPERIENCED TffiN-NEEDLfe At# Button machinist. ALSO, EXPERIENCED MACHINISt. , 'Apply MISS CLARK, 32-34 Aiibuth StfeS't PHONE 273.

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Convicted On Two Charges [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Convicted On Two Charges In .Wollongong ^Court of Petty Sessions , yesterday, Linwood Alvan.-Haley, of. Oak Flats, .was convictejcl^'.bh. jcha'rges. of negli gent. driving, and falling to stop after an accident. j .Mr.- J.-'Fle'ema'n, S.M.„. fined :himl i5 on the first, charge and ,f2 oh the, second with. £1 costs and £3/7/- witnesses' expenses. .Haley, who .pleaded hot guilty | to both charges, was the driver of; a. utility involved in a .col lision with a car on Wollongong Road, Port kembla on February 23- ' .. .' Both-.,, vehicles ^yere slightly damaged, biit no one was injur ed. ? i t ? ' 4 f. ' ? ! . .-.u- r; i ?!?; , . Haley . said - 4he stopped his ? tr'ucfi; after the' 'collision; then droye/about^OO yards down the road''to turn. , *', .Who?; hp .'came back He was told, Wait the driver of the other 'vehicle was' looking for him. ' . He ' then ''went- and called the police. ¥0. Police Prosecutor .( Sergeant W,. J.'Smith) Haley Said he had not known.- whether, .'anyone in the ...

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Crown Street Parking Causes Heated Argument At Council Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Cliown Street Parking ' CausesHeated Argument It Conncil ffieding City of Greater Wollongong aildermen engaged in a heated argument at Wednesday's meeting over fclie Police Department's enforcement of the prohibition of parking in Crown Street between 4 and 6 p.m. The argument was. precipitated by a recommendation by the Public Vehicles Committee that the bus slop at the corner of Keira and Crown Streets be shift- J oil to the area between Glob::, i.ane and Church Street oh Crown Street. Aid. G. Hanley asked why the committee in its recommenda tions had not mentioned the no parking regulations. Aid. R. Shipp, said they .had decided not to alter the parking regulations until, a fair trial had been given them. , 'We decided to leave it for a further trial of six months,' said Aid. D. Beaton, of the Public Vehicles Committee. 'You'll get a further report in a very short time.' .... . Aid. Hanley then asked what purpose, the. parking regulations were supposed to serve arid Aid. .Beaton ...

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Fairy Meadow Woman Found Shot; In Critical Condition [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Fairy Meadow Woman Found Shot ; In Critical Condition Miss Nita Maude Thomson, 45, of Mt. Ousley Road, Fairy Meadow, was found in a room at her home late yesterday afternoon, critically injured from a shotgun wound in her abdomen. She was rushed to hospital and a series of blood trans fusions used in ail effort to save her life. Lata last night she was still in the operating theatre and described as in 'a very critical condition.' Inquiries by Wollongong police indicate that Miss Thomson re turned from a . tennis . party about 4.45 p.m. yesterday. She went straight to her room. The only other person in the house at the time was Miss Thomson's brother, Mr. Allen Gilbert Thomson. . Mr. Thomson told detectives he was in the kitchen, making a cup of tea, when his siter called, out to him. He said he went to her room and found her lying on the floor with a double-barrelled shotgun beside 'her. Mr. -Thomson immediately notified the Illawarra Ambu lance, the Government Medical Officer (Dr....

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PRESENTATION TO MR. R. GOLD [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

PRESENTATION TO MR. R. GOLD :.,--'Ataa , lunch, hour .gathering,. on Wednesday th'e- qmpolyees of the Bloom and Rail Mills at the Worlt's oi :A.l. '& S., made., a Handsome.1 presentation in . the fohh oi. ah eight day idock, to Mr.. Dick, .Qold ,of : Fairy . Meadow, who is leaving the Steelworks after a period of 16 years. ' Mr. P*a,rtridge, ^Engineers ; iMr. Fleet wooid; Boilermakers'; Mr. Smith, Welders and Mr. Moffat, ^or^man',. spolfe in .globing, terms of the sterling qualities of Mr. Gold. ' n Jt'r, T; vPaddy McDonald, who ma-le, „the . , presentation, said words alone coiil'd not adequate ly., expre'sp the. -high esteem in which, '..everyone i-egardeii ? Dick Golcl, who is gifted with nature's brightest, .blessing,,, .namely, a smiling, friendly .dispo'sltion, at all Ui^es and under all bircum fltShV6sl

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THE FORECAST SOUTH-EAST DISTRICTS: [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

THE FORECAST . SOUTH - EAST DISTRICTS: Showers, particularly on the South-west Slopes and Table lands. Snow on the highlands and Alps. Cold with fresh to strong west to south-west winds. Sea moderate, rising in' the south.

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Presentation To Mrs. Zeider [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

Presentation To Mrs. Zeigler At an informal party at her home on Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. E. J. Plumb acted as hostess to a number of Wollongong In fant's School Club members- who gathered to farewell Mrs. Zeig-j lei\ who is' leaving Wollongong with her husband and family to live in Moruya. ? Mrs. Zeigler has. been, a Mothers' Club member for more than, 11 years .and Mrs. Hynd,' president of the. club, . presented her ' with. - a shoulder spray of bronze, orchids and a cup, saucer and.plate with best wishes from all... members.,. ' i -Appi-ei^atioh ot' Mrs. Zeigler's , fine .-.work kn'd good wishes fori her future .we're also expressed by Mrs. - Dinneryille . and Mrs. E. Brown,, who, have been associated with the club since its inception.

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BUSMEN THREATEN 24-HOUR STOPPAGE UNLESS FIVE-DAY WEEK INTRODUCED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 7 July 1950

BUSMEN THREATEN 24-HOUR STOPPAGE UNLESS FIVE-DAY WEEK INTRODUCED 'Unless the employers within the bus industry whose employees number nine or less introduce the 5-day working week by Friday, July 14, a 24-hour stop-work meeting will take place on that date,' the Secretary of the South Coast Trades and Labour Council (Mr. Les Mullin) said last night. The meeting would be held, he said, in order that the union of ficials could consult the entire membership of the union as to what future action should be adopted so that the employees of the smaller depots could en joy the' same shorter . working week now operating in the larger depots. He said he had been officially informed this decision was made at a well-attended quarterly meeting on Wednesday night. Commenting upon the decision, Mr. Mullin said- the Labour Council would discuss the matter next Wednesday night and would, in his opinion, give the busmen unqualified support. N The decision, he said, meant that the district would be wi...

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