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Disqualification Reduced [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

Disqualification Reduced Darby Munro, most famous of all Australian jockeys, will be riding , again in Melbourne at Cup time. The V.R.C. Committee recently agreed to Munro's application for a reduction of his two years' disqualification, and he can ride again from August 1. , Ills penalty was not up until October 20.

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

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MEXICAN OUTPOINTS BELGIAN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

MEXICAN OUTPOINTS BELGIAN SYDNEY, Monday. — Mexican 'Baby' Ortiz (9.7) gave a polished display of boxing at Sydney Stadium tonight easily to outpoint Belgian Alec Sin naeve (9.61) over 12 rounds. Ortiz was the complete master from the opening -bell and dic tated. the trend of the fight. He displayed better form than when he outpointed Australian lightweight Jack Hassen. Although outclassed, Sinnaeve nought' back and -'often carried the fight to Ortiz. ? During the latter stages of the fight he snapped Ortiz's head back with -crisp right- hooks to the jaw. - Tonight's ? fight- was Sinriaeve's third in Australia. Previously, he knocked out Australiari feather weight champion Bernie Grant rind drew with lightweight ; Frank Flannery. at Melbourne Stadium. Several- times Ortiz tried to ' trap' Sihriaeve irito errors by dropping ms guara, poKing nis chin out and. smiling. Sinnae've's best round was the 10th, whon he. caught Ortiz with four hard rights to the jaw. To. overcome this Ortiz c...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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BRITAIN TO STEP-UP COAL PRODUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

BRITAIN TO STEP-UP COAL PRODUCTION LONDON, Monday (A.A.P.). — Britain will soon be using, on a big scale, the British coal mining machine, the Sampson -frinne'r. to net back , into the forefront of. mining tech nique, the Fuel Minister (Mr Noel' Baker) announced' tonight. Mr; Baker told the NaHonr Coal Board Summer; School at Oxford that the machine would win 100,000 tons of coal yearly with only five me'Ji at the face. No'-' undercutting or shotflring was necessary and men did not have to work under., an unsup ported roof,' so there ? would be less dust, more large coal and. fewer accidents.

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The Tides [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

The Tides Following are the times for high and low water in this dis trict today: High water 5.30 a.m., height 3 feet 4 inches; 5.57 p.m., height 4 feet 10 inches. Low water 11.08 a.m., height 1 foot 6 inches. Sunrise, 6.59 a.m. Sunset, 6.01 p.m.

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Migrant's Death Believed Due To Drowning [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

Migrant's Death Believed, Due To Drowning A post mortem examination f the body of Parde Saplamajew, 3, a. Yugoslav migrant, yester day indicated the cause of his neath was drowning. Saplamajew's body was found by three youths in the Old Chain Baths, at the bottom of Signal Hill, Wollongong, , on Sunday morning. His head had been badly battered by the action of the waves on the rocks. Police do not suspect foul play. The Deputy Coroner (Mr. W. S. Musgravej said yesterday that no date had been fixed for the inquest. '

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Hospital Auxiliary Pleased With Success of Ball [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

Hospital Auxiliary Pleased With Success of Ball At a meeting of the Wollon gong District Hospital Women's Auxiliary members expressed gratification at the success of the annual ball. The auxiliary thanked all who helped or gave donations. The meeting decided that the ?annual meeting should be held ill the Nurses' Receration Room on July 21. An invitation was ; extended' to anyone who could ..cend, to do so. A jumble sale is to be held in the Friendly .Society Hall on ;'uly 17.

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SEAMEN'S BAN "DECLARED BLACK" [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

SEAMEN'S BAN 'DECLARED BLACK' , THE DECISION of the executive officers of the Seamen's Union to 'ban' the shipment of war materials from Aus tralia to Korea did not amourti to much in terms of action for the reason that Australia is not, for the moment at any rate, shipping anything to Korea. . And if it wanted to start shipping anything, the port of destination would be some where in Japan. The waterfront conditions at Pusan (Korea) are not the best at the irtoment. But it was a gesture of Communist defiance and im pertinence which most Australians will resent, the major ity of seamen included. It was also, of course, a piece of propaganda. That, in fact, was its main motive. It was in tended to persuade seamen generally, and anyone else who would listen, that the United Nations' intervention ivas 'warmongering' and that the Menzies Government was backing the United Nations not to resist Red aggression, but as an opportunity to warmonger. THE EXECUTIVE of the Australasian Council o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

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Ms.L.A. Will Be Sworn In On Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

Ms.L.A. Will Be Sworn In On Wednesday SYDNEY, Monday. — State Parliament will meet on Wed nesday for a Swearing-in Cere mony. The McGirr Government will face the Opposition on equal terms, so-so, aepenaing ior ixs survival on the vote and the promised support of the two In dependent Labor members, Messrs. , Seiffert and Geraghty. ' Thc8G two-members, whovcc tain'ed'their seats after %6irig re fused endorsement by the A.L.P., . have unofficially promised to support the Government. The A.L.P., however, has not been officially notified of their intention to support the Gov ernment. Neither Mr. Seiffert nor Mr. Geraghty could be contacted during the past five days and some of Mr. , McGirr's Ministers openly expressed their uneasi ness today at what they called the 'situation'. . The situation is that the Gov ernment has to rely on Messrs. Geraghty and Seiffert and is ap prehensive about the state of health of two of its members. One Minister said: 'Any thing can happen and Wednesday's m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

DEATH NOTICE - BLACK, Jack Walter.— July 8, 1950, at Moss Vale, of 17 Look out Street, Thirroul. Beloved husband of Olive Marion and dear father of Everard John and Jack Herman. Aged 57; Sud denly. FUNERAL NOTICE BLACK. — The relatives anc' friends of Mrs. Olive Marion Black and Family, of 17 Look out Street, Thirroul, are invitee to attend the funeral of her late beloved husband and their dear father, Jack Walter Black, tc leave our chapel at Bulli, after a service commencing at 10 o'clock this Tuesday morning ?- for the Woronora Crematorium W. J.' Williams, - Funeral Director RETURN TH ANKS 'jlXR. and MRS. HOBBS and 1''L FAMILY, of 2 Stadium Street, Woonona, wish to thank all kind friends and relation.1 for their assistance, expression? of sympathy and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. . Please accept this as our per sonal thanks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

' SPECIALS ! AT 1 Brickwoods j f tSlplti 1 $ DIAMOND CUT CZECHOSLOVAKIAN CRYSTAL | FROM THE FAMOUS ASTRA FACTORY. J 6' Vases . . . 18/9 I Footed Jewel Boxes 40/- | These are just two of the Large Range | on Sale at Bargain Prices. | BRICKWOODS I 97 Keira Street, Wollongong ;; .Two Doors from Crown Theatre ! !

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

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Troops Reported On Yugoslav Border [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

Troops Reported, On Yugoslav Border LONDON, Monday (A.A.P.).— Bulgaria, Rumania and Hungary are concentrating troops and airr craft along the Yugoslav frontier, says a report in the Swedish newspaper 'Sevenska Dagbladet. ? Quoting Hungarian sources, tlie paper says most of : the plahes came from the East and bore ho j nationality markings. i h Russian military experts, have; been attached to the Bulgarian - and Rumanian armies, it, added,.

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The News Behind The News [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

The News Behind The lews (By 'Insider') A PORT KEMBLA visitor to Wollongong yesterday says ho was 'only a bit confused' by the varying times on street clocks provided by business firms as a public service. At 11 a.m. ho found one reading 10.45, another 9.45 and a third 8.15! ★ DURINF FRIDAY'S westerly, an envelope bearing my elec tricity account was torn by the wind from my wife's hands and blown, presumably, away for ever. Yesterday it was returned by a well-meaning soul who found it lying in his yard, two blocks away. There goes my last excuse for avoiding payment of the thing! * YESTERDAY'S conciliation conference on the C.R.M.Iron workers' dispute was held in the Department of Labour and In dustry's conference room in the Lang Buildings, Wollongong, a room a little larger than the average lounge-room. Present at the conference was the .Commis sioner (Mr. Reed), four officials the union, Ave company rep resentatives, and 30 or more em ployees concerned in the stop page. After fiv...

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Pole Gaoled for Brutal Flogging of Son, Aged 7 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

Pole Gaoled for Brutal Flogging of Son, Aged 7 MAItLAND, Monday. — Mr. M. F. Wood, S.M., sentenced a 28 year-old Polish migrant to two months' gaol at Maitland Chil dren's Court* today for flogging his seven-year-old son. The father, Who was charged with having assaulted the boy, said ? his son would not attend school. Evidence was given that the boy's mother asked her husband to come from Brisbane to Greta to administer the thrashing. Constable W. Symons said the father used a green wattle stick to beat the child.; The boy was naked and standing on his toes with ? hands outstretched and held. The boy's body was a mass of weals1 from the small of ? the back, over the buttocks and on the right wrist. The skin was inflamed and broken in several places.

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SOUTH COAST RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

SOUTH COAST RAINFALL South Coast rainfall registra tions to 9 a.m. yesterday: Fic 'ton 10, Wollongong 23, Robert son 36, Bowral 32, Moss Vale 20, Sutton Forest 26, Kiama 23, Berry 28, Nowra 16, Crookhaven 14, Jervis Bay 26, Milton 31 Ulladulla 18, Braidwood 13, Ara luen 9, Bateman's Bay 31, Mor uya Heads 13, Port Kembla 14, Pambula 10.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 11 July 1950

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