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BASEBALL TODAY: OFF SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

BASEBALL TODAY: OFF SUNDAY Baseball will not be played to morrow, although' the competi tion fixtures will be staged this afternoon as usual. Tomorrow's galmes are off owing to the City v. Country fixture being played at, Petersham. Oval, Sydney. ? In today's games Woilongong Whites, who now share top place on the competition ladder v4th Cringila, play Woilongong Red Sox at- Cringila. This should be a good even game, although the Whites should run out winners. On their -form last week against Cringila. they appear a 'past the post proposition.' The early/game at Cringila is between Cardinals and Keira. .Port Kembla should be cap able of defeating Cardinals on their home .ground, Kembla warra Oval. . : I?ort play Primbee in the early fixture. ; y ? In the remaining ? first grade game, to be played at Nicholson Park, Woonona, Keira do battle with the home team. , ? This will be the first time for Ettonths that Nicholson Park has been dry. .. Keira is a strong combination ;and it i wou...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

CODDINGTON'S ?' (Two Doors Below Methodist Church) NEEDLEWORK DISPLAY (Best Ever Shown in Woilongong) STRANDED COTTONS CROCHET COTTONS ARTELLO TWIST RAYON EMBROIDERY SILK : ; ' 'A COMPLETE RANGE ALWAYS AVAILABLE IN ; : : PERI-LUSTA SEMCO CLARKE'S ANCHOR i A Large Range of Selected Designs Always Available. PEARLS RETHREADED DOLLS REPAIRED I CODDINGTON'S 112 CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG j FREIDELLE CHILDREN'S CLOTHING FACTORY ' ' Has Vacancies for J r ' INEXPERIENCED JUNIORS , who virish lo learn an interesting and useful trade. High wages and a bonus. Apply to MANAGERESS (Miss Clarke) .. , 32-34, Auburn Street, Woilongong. Phone Woll. 273. WANTED! ,! WANTED! ' HOMES! HOMES! . HOMES! HOME SITES! HOME SITES! YAWING to the largp number of successful sales we have effected ?Vf: of late, we require many more Homes, and Home Sites for our .'?:nunrierous buyers. If contemplating selling: Phone, write or call arid ' a representative will discuss your business with you and ''arrange, an early sa...

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Mainly About People [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

Mainly About People Mr. and Mrs. Aibort Lee, of View Street, ' Woilongong, have returned from an enjoyable holiday in Moree. . TV Mrs. Staff, Snr., of Kembla Street, Woilongong, celebrated! the 8j.st anniversary of her birth on Wednesday. Many messages of congratula.ion were extended 1.0 this grand old lady, who still (takes a 'keen interest in 'local'' ancl world affairs. ★ . ★ Mr. and Mrs. F. Wright, of Toronto, who have been holiday ing in. Woilongong. have return ed to their home. I Miss Hilda Connolly, though j not completely, restored to health, has returned to her home in Woilongong. ★ ★ Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Mann, of 7 High Street, Woonona, are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival of a son, who will be christened Warren James. ★ ★ Mr. L. ? Isaacs entertained members of the Port Kembla Rotary Club on Thursday night with 'Movies,' shown on' his private projector. A number of members of the Woilongong Club under President ~ Sid Wcarne, paid an official visit. * * A jolly hous...

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Corrimal Amenities Minister for Transport Here Next Friday [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

Corrimal Amenities Transport Here Next Friday j ' The -visit;' of the State Minis ter for Transport (Mr. W. F. Sheehan) to Greater Woilongong has been fixed for Friday, July 14. This was announced by the Wollonsrong; Deputy Town Clerk (Mr. T. Martin) yesterday. Mr. Martin said the. Minister was visiting the district by in vitation of the Greater Woilon gong Council to survey the heavy rain damage suffered by the area^s' road' and rail communica tions. ' 'An investigation of the area's subsidence A problem, which has aygrayated* ? 'the ' roEtd-:~ and rail ppsitiftfiivisftd;be-made by .a.State ? Govrattment' . geojogist. '? He will . determine ?.-whether works can be carried ? out- to prevent .the ab normal earth movements, par ticularly prevalent in the north em area of the city. All city aldermen have been invited to attend a conference with Mr. Sheehan and join with him- in a tour -of the district. Mr. Sheehan has expressed a wish to see at first hand the condition of the pass rout...

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Wollongong C.W.A. BABY CLINIC SITE CONFIRMED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

Woilongong €.W.A« ' ? , | BABY CLINIC SITE CONFIRMED At the monthly meeting: of the Woilongong branch of the C.W.A., the President (Iv^rs. Hat field), amidst rounds of applause, announced that the site for the new baby health centre on Mc Cabe Park, near the City Coun cil's Electricity Show Rooms, had been finally comfirmcd. - ? i Members were unanimous in 1 saying this was something Woi - j longong, a growing city, had; needed l'or along time. 1 Mrs. Hatfield also welcomed three new members to the branch, Mesdames Grognn, Stone , and Blanchard. ? ? , . I The CiW-A. decided to assist] the CW.A. Younger Set at its dance on July 11. Tho branch will hold its International '.Oay on August 14 and will make «jf-. forts to have Mrs. Hoskins speak: on Mexico. This function v/iil be held in the Y.W.C.A.: A com mittee was fanned to help the Floral. Committee, with decora tions. . ' Many members attend^ each clay to assist in the packing of clothing parcels for flood vic tims in Northern N.S.W...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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No. 59 CROSSWORD ACROSS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

.... ' ? l _ No. 59 CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Jacite 5. Fish 9. Trap! 10. Fray 12. Yield 14.Cra»y . ' (slang) J5, Molybdenum ? ? (sym.)' - 16. Telegraph ? 18. Network 19, Ancient 21. The Orient 2.3. Negative- : .reply 24. Mine ; entrance 26. Blouses 28. Cleansing implement 30. Receptacle for ashes ;. 31. Seeshw . : 34. Ages , , 37. j^ewlbgtoo) 38.' A waterTrip 40. Humor. 41. Shoshoneem Indian 43. Departs 45. Cobalt (sym.) 46. Juicy fruit 48. Higher 50. Follow 52. Clamorous . 53. Believe ~54. Let It stand DOWN 1. Spread out 2. Royal Air' Force (abbr.) 3. Flourish 4. Weird 5. (Senior (abbr.) 6. Boy's nickname 7. Affirm. 5. Decorous 9. Island ~ (Pacific) 11. Wolves 13. Delineate 17. Biblical name' 20. Coin (U S.) 22. Weary 25; Little , ' children 27.Js-c-jsonjpain . ' crystals 29. Wampum 31. Cplor of a '.moJ?'scoat 321 Stretch ,13. Tumult 35. Best 36. Tale 39. Inclines 42. Comfort 44: Vent . ' ? ? Previous Answer 47. Regret 49 Falsehood 51. Type measure Aosvrers to Puzzle will appear Next Sa...

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The Tides [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

The Tides :? Following are ? the times for high and low water in' this - dis trict/today- High. water 2.30-a.m., height 3 f eet' 9 inches ; , 3.24 p:m., height 4 feet 3 inches. Low water 8.49 a.m., height. 1 foot 4 inches; 9i44. p.m., height 2 feet.. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

Renault Sedan 55 M.P.G. — — 4 Wide Doors 4 Coil Springs — — - 4 Rooinv Seats Removable Wet Sleeve Cylinders s.;COMFORT - ECONOMY- - POWER Already acclaimed by Australian Motorists as the Best Small Car yet produced. FULL PRICE £575 DEPOSIT £200 AND BALANCE OVER 2{ YEARS. LET US SHOW YOU THIS WONDER CAR TO-DAY! MOTOR AM) MACHINERY PTY. LTD. PRINCE'S HIGHWAY, UNANDERRA . . . PHONE 23.

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Apex Club Fund Mounts [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

Apex Club Fund I: '- .Mounts'. - The Apex Flood Appeal iri ' ^conjunction with' the Mayor's Flood Appeal is' mounting rap - idly. .The following additional donations' were announced last night: - ' . Previously. ? acknow- ' ' le'dg;ed ...... ...... ? ? £168 16 . 9 Davis &' Penney Pty. ? - ? Pty. Ltd;' ? 25 0' 0.V ! E. . R. Hummerston i and Sons'. ? ? ? 10 10 ' 0 Mrs. Alice. Boiand ? 10 10 0 ' A. Cox ? ? ? 10 0 0 'MM. . Covered Wire Employees ...... ? 10 0 0 A. E. Goodwin '? ...... 10 0 0 Reg Jardine ? ? 5 5 0 Mr. and Mrs. Kettev- . j idge ? ? 5 5 0 F. L. Davies ? ? 5 5 0 ? R. A. Kimber ? 5 5 0 W. A. Lang ? ? 5 5 0 Buchanan's Furniture 5 0..0 Anonymous ? 5 0 0' Anonymous ? 5 .0 0] Staff, Commonwealth Bank ? ? ? ? ? 4 13 6 Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Knight ? ? 3 3 0 Waugh's F a s h ion Stores ? .... 3 3 0 W. Simpson ? ? : ? 2 2 0 Mr. and C. McDer- | ' mptt ? ? ? ...... ? 2 2 0 Mr. and .Mrs. S. D. ' | Berry ? ,22.0 Mr. and Mrs. H .E. j Degotardi ? ? ? ? ? ? 2 2 0! J. Mullens, and Son ...

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NEW COAL PRODUCTION RECORD LIKELY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

NEW COAL PRODUCTION RECORD LIKELY SYDNEY, Friday.— Joint Coal' Board figures issued today showed that if New South Wales mineworkcrs maintained the pre sent rate of production they may create a new output record by the end of this year. | The record production year was in 1942, when more than; 12 muuon ions was proauceci. i Coal Board figures today showed that N.S.W. mineworkers had produced 5,976,178 tons of coal during the past six months ended last Friday, June 30. : With this week's production added, this figure will probably reach' 6,230,000 tons. Production up to last week-end of 5,976,178 tons was 552,569 tons more than for the corresponding '.period last year. But this year's production in cludes an extra week's output on Northern coalfields of about 37,000 tons as mine workers started work after last Christ mas a week earlier ? than the previous year. Another factor is the general coal strike last year, which lasted seven weeks, had begun on June 27. Coal Board figures also...

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Appeal Totals Over £688 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

Appeal Totals Over £688 Donations to the Mayor's Floor Relief Appeal now total - £688/9'/-, over £30 being given, yesterday. Included in the donations was' one from Class 3B of the Woi longong High School, which raised f 1/13/3 by voluntary con-, tri-butions. j Amount previously I acknowledged .... ...... £655 9 9 W. Watt & Son, Bur- 1 elli St., W'gong ? 5 0 0 P. C.- Robinson, 64 . J Gladstone Avenue, , Woilongong ? '„ ? .4, ,4 ' 0 Staff of Berlei Ltd.; Denison. St., W'gong- ,'4..j6..'.0 Timber Prbducers'.. ' ' . Co.. Pty. ..Ltd., vJar-.[ :. , 'f: 1 . dine Street,. Fairy . . v ' . . 'Meadow ? ? ? 3 :3 0 Employees Hard y ' ' I Rubber -Co.; Bel- , . | Iambi ? .' ? ...... 2 12 0'-- Anonymous ...... ? .... 2 10..' 0 Aslitpn Marshall, ;; ; , I Crown. St., W'gong 2 2 0 P. R, and , L - J, ' I McLean, Barry St., .. _ | C.ringija ...-. ? .2 0 0 Allan M. Watt, 57 ' | Burelli .St.,. W'gong 2 0 0 3B, Woilongong High I School ..L. .1.. ? 1 13 3 N.., Li. Kirby, Mario ? St., Towra.dgi 1 0 ...

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CORONER CRITICAL OF BUS CREW [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

CORONER CRITICAL OF BUS CREW SYDNEY, Friday.— The driver or conductor of a bus from which two young sisters fell to their death was not criminally iiablc, though they might have com mitted a breach of the traffic regulations, Parramatta District Coroner (Mr. Kersley) said to day. Mr. Kersley found at an in quest at Ryde Court that Sarah Gloria Blowes, 18, and Elizabeth Gwendoline McCabs, 19, both of Carcoar, New South Wales, had died accidentally. He said- it was clear that the bus crossed .an intersection at a fast speed and had not stopped at a compulsory stop. Prom the evidence it was clear that the bus on which the women were riding was driven by Eric Gor don Searle, of Bunvood depot, with Vincent John Slade, of Cor unna Road, Scanmore, as con ductor. Though both men claimed that they saw nobody on the bus, Mr. Kersley said it was apparent that the women got into the wrong bus. When they found their mis take they tried to get off. Prank Mitchel, a typewriter mechanic, had given ...

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Apex and 2WL To Head Big Radio Drive For Flood Appeal Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

[?] Radio Station 2WL and the Woilongong Apcx ians will join with the Mayor of Greater Woilon gong (Aid. C. M. Dawson) in making Sunday the 'last big day' of the 1950 Flood Relief Appeal. District Boy Scouts, the Apex Club, the entire staff of 2WL and other volunteer workers wiil make a final concerted drive for funds throughout 'he day. Mr. Bruce Ethercdge, of 2VVL will b.e In charge (?? telephone appeals.. The entire 2WL of fice staff will give ' their time i'ree of charge, to atiswering of fers of help' received by tele phone in answer to radio' appeals broadcast throughout the day.; Eighteen Apexians have do nated the services of their cars to canvass Woilongong, Dapto, Corrimal ' and Port Kembja. Two members of the Boy Scouts will go With .each Apex- member, assist in the canv'assing. ; ' V The cars, which will bear, placards advertising the; flood Re lief appeal, will be canvassing between 9.30 and 11.30 a.m. . Plans 'have been made to t^ke donations in flags at the Woilon gon...

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THE FORECAST [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

THE FORECAST . SOUTH-EAST . 'DISTRICTS: Scattered showers at times on the western slopes ' and table lands. Some -snow falls on the Alps. Colder with north-west to south-west winds, fresh at times. Slight seas.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

[?] It Is generally conceded t^at the richest child is poor jn spirit without a musical educa tion and therefore a child should be given an opportunity to learn to jplay a musical instrument. Opportunities are available to day for a child to learn to play any type or musical instrument. Now being - formed in Woilon gong is a piano accordion Band, and also clubs for banjo mando lin, saxophone, and guitar, and full information, tuition, instru ments are obtainable from Wollongong*s leading Musical Instrument Store, H. Box, of Bright 'Arcade, 190 Crown St.-— - ' ? ? ...; .

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AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIST HERE ON VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

AMERICAN , PSYCHIATRIST HERE ON VISIT Mr. Daniel Blain, a leading American psychiatrist, has been invited to Australia by the Repatriation Department to Investigate treatment of mentally sick ex-servicemen. He was surprised to find that a. smaller proportion of. Aus tralian ex-servicemen, tliar. American had had to etitei ! ' . ' mental , hospitals.

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Exceeded Speed Limit To Race Storm; Fined [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

Exceeded Speed Limit To Race Storm: Fined ! A man who drove a motor lorry at 40 m.p.h. trying to race a storm to prevent groceries he Was carrying being drenched, was fined £2/3/0. with 7/- costs at ths Woilongong Court of Petty' Sessions He was Alfred O. Lang of Strathearn Avenue, Woilongong, wno pleaded g;uilty , to a, charge of exceeding the 'speed 'limit. Police Prosecutor . Sergeant W. T. Smith, stated ? that a about 3.15 p.m. on February 7, Lanj was dri ving'' a 'motor lorry' alonjf ihe Prince's Highway, Unan ,derra, and his speed was check ed at 40 m.p.h.- ? He said Lang had a number of previous jrnin.or traffic offenc es on his record.-' : Lang stated, ho had a load of groceries on the -back' of :hie lorry and; was frying to beat a cross country , storm' which would have drenched the groc eries. .'v.:- * ' ? 7 Between Broy/nsville and Unanderra, he quickened speed .?'or about two miles, and about ' quarter of a -' mile ? before 'eaching his destination, a police Nonstable ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

« i ;^.;.SEE THE ' ' '^r ? ? NEW i NACO' Which does not necessitate , a hot water system. LA VIS E L E t ... 101 CROV/N STREET.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

' GENERAL CARRYIM. * FURNITURE REMOVALS and STORAGE ^isv-Wollonsrom »i-orf ..... vVoIl. 69 & 1293

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 8 July 1950

j: I I. RECAPS AND RETREADS j | We have in Stock the most Complete Range I of New Tyres and Tubes on the Coast :: x ? ★ * ★ | ; I A. S. GRAHAM f t i X FOR FRIENDLY SERVICE t 4. I Phone 428 CROWN ST., Phone I | 1008 WEST W0LL0NG0NG 1008 J

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