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DATE FOR SOUTHERN MINERS' CASE TO BE ANNOUNCED MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
DATE FOR SOUTHERN MINERS' CASE TO BE ANNOUNCED MONDAY SYDNEY, Friday. — Mr. Justice Cantor said in the Industrial Commission today a date would be announced on Monday for the hearing of the case against the Southern Dis trict of the Miners' Federation for allegedly holding an illegal strike on June 22. The Southern Colliery Pro prietors' Association has launched the prosecution. . It is the first time that coal owners toave sought to enforce penalties aaginst the Miners' Federation for holding a strike. The proprietors are proceed ing under a section of .the Arbitration Act which provides for the imposition of a penalty, not . exceeding £500, on . any trade union whoso executives or members take part in, aid, or abet an illegal strike. South Coast miners held a 24 hour stoppage on June 22 in defiance of an order issued toy the Coal Industry / Tribunal (Mr. Gallagher.) The stoppage was held to discuss miners' compensation' grievances and the Communist Party Dissolution Bill. Mr. G. T...
ILLAWARRA PLAY SOUTH SYDNEY TODAY AT AUSSIE RULES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
ILLAWARRA PLAY SOUTH - SYDNEY - TODAY AT AUSSIE RULES The battling Illawarra Australian Rules team will meet South Sydney at the Wollon gong Showground this afternoon . A keenly - fought, close and exciting match is antici pated. 1 '? The Illawarra team has not had a great amount of success this season, although it has on only three occasions been beaten, and by narrow margins of- a couple of points. It is always 10 points better off on its home ground, the Wol longong Showground. Bearing this in mind it must be conccdcd a strong chance of winning to day. South Sydney is, as usual, a strong combination., Illawarra lose a certain amount of striking power by, the . sriiali ness of the team'. 'Australian Rules is one game in which height can make the /difference between winning and .' losing games. Wilcox and Gilbert arc short, and 'although they 'play - good, hard football,' their statiirc is against them. , '-y-'it}.:, - Illawarra will be strengthened by the inclusion of , another No...
Church Services CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
[?] CHURCH OF ENGLAND. St. Michael's, Wollongong: 8 a.m. H.C., 11 a.m. 'M.P. and H.C., 7.15 p.m. Evening Prayer. Ven. Archdeacon H. G. -S, Beg bie, B.A., Rector. St. Alban's Corrimal: 8 a.m. Holy Cammunion, 10.45 Morn ing Prayer, 7.15 Evening Pray er. St. Paul's, Fairy. Meadow : Evening Prayer. Est. Ardan's, Balgownie: 6.30 Even nig Prayer. Tarrawanna: 9.30 Alorning'' Prayer. Rev. F. J. Rice, Rector. Albion ' Park: All ^Saints' . 8 a.m. H.C., 7.15 5p.m. ? 'Evensong. Dapco: St. Lultc's 11 'am. Holy Communion and Sermon (Arch deacon H. G.' S. Begbie, Wol longong). Orik Flats: 4.30 p.m. Evensong. Rev.- Victor '' A. i£ vans, Rector.' METHOOIST ^.MURCH. Wollongong: 11 a.m. Spec.ai Servicci of, ?Dedicatipn-- ;6t iVleniqiials to the ' late Mrs. r-\ C, Frost; 7.16 p.m.,' Reverend ?j. Almond. ' ' ' ' Port Kem.bia: 11 a.ni; and 7.15 p.m., Rev. D. J. Harkness. 'West Wollongong: 11 a.m. and 7.15 p.m., Rev. F. 'J;'Man- nin'g. - T : , . ' Warrawong: 11 a.m., Mr. C. .vIcDonald. ?Berkeley Road: 11....
DRESS UP AND DOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
[?] A FROCK to wear at any hour of the day, dressed up or down with suitable accessories. Made in emerald cordu roy, it . is cut ;bn simple fsH'irtmaker lines ': with a flange seamed bodice, three-quarter cuffed sleeves and neat turn back- collar.;: , The flared' skirt is pleated and' has two import ant cuffed pockets, for .extra, fashion interest.
No Infants' School Yet For Tarrawanna [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
No Infants' School Yet For Tarrawanna Although it is not yet possible to ' begin the construction of classrooms for the proposed in fants' school at Tarrawanna, the Minister for Education (Mr. R. J. .Heffron) hopes to,, be able to make . an announcement shortly. This information has ' 'been conveyed 'to the Secretary of the ? Fernhill-Reidtown Progress As-, sociation (Mr. J. Scott) in a let'-' ter. from the Minister, j as fol lows; . 'I refer to your letter of June 4, felative to the provision of a building for the proposed Infants' school , at Tarrawanna. ' ' ' 'In reply I wish to advise that approval' has . been given ? to the provision of two double class room-' units ' to enable this, school to' come into operation. !: Owing, to the many claims made on the department for the provision of accommodation for schools, it has not yet; been possible to arrange | for the erection of 'these rooms. However ' the' matter is being carefully watched and the ac commodation will be provided a...
Wollongong Has Bright Prospects In Todays Rugby Union [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
Wollongong Has Bright Piospeds In Today s Rugby Union The Wollongong Rugby Union team have bright prospects of winning their second consecutive match this afternoon, when they pay Drummoyne at the Wollongong Showground No. 2. Wollongong struck their form last week when they downed Western' Suburbs 3-0 after a tor rid game; By the'ir win they proved that they are a solid combination capable of 'taking it' 'as. well .as 'giving it.' ..With that win fresh in their triinds, and better physical con lition, . the 'Tigers' should now Icj: : well-- during the' remainder of '.te competition matches. The Drummoyne team is very confident; . however, The -manager (Mr.-. Steve. Lang don) states the 15 are in fine form arid will be 'flat out' to down the 'Tigers' on their home ground; :? -- v/ . The outstanding, player in the visiting, side is fullback McCon nell, who ' has ; kicked 36 '. of his team's ,46 points. He is consid ered 'one of the best kicks in Union .'and- is able to land goals unde...
Tough Soccer Duel Expected Between Woonona & Granville [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
Tough Soccer Duel £xpei'ted ttelweeii & (il'dliViile The Uiate League Soccer ...aicii tj o. played at Woonona this afternoon wJl between Woonona and Granville, i t couid . the hardest' Woonona has played trus u-juso. . On form, Woonona should win as they are now at their top. . ' . .o io vac second team ?j Uefea^ Lcichhardt this season, .woonona being the first 'team, and boUi sides will be out to prove that those wins were - not iliikes. Woonona's sterling display against Corrimal last Saturday on a. waterlogged ground was a grand effort, and' if they repeat this form the public will be treated, to excellent football. The type of football the Reds and Blues are now playing could pu,, i.i ;.ae ,irst fou I Vans who Jiavc not seen then I i-v... --- a. ie ? . ecKj will ... ' ..u. prised at the improvement in the team. i A win for either side will biiyiiten their chances of making the semi-finals. . The most improved player in ! Lhe Woonona side is Albert Poole, centre-half. On ...
Close Games In Women's Hockey Today [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
Close Games In Women's Hockey Today The improving., women's hockey side, Rovers, may. .-be able to urn the tables on Dapto when these two teams meet in :he main hockey.- match of' the lay at Stuart Park 'this after noon. In the first rpund of' -the- com- petition. Dapto and Rovers played a draw. Had it ' ..not been for. the excellent ' gd'al keeping by Sheila Smith, Da^to would have won the . match.'/ Since then Rovers have im proved, considerably. Against Figtree they ; went down 1-0; while Dapto, against the same -team, were trounced 9-1. . , ' -t- :? . Taking a line through tha; form, Rovers must toe hard io beat. Figtree, the undefeated , team ' , of the season, ' should have litttl-e difficulty in winning over Wollongong at Unanderra. , - This team is now developig into one of the . best combina tions seen in- women's- hockey ?for some time and it wiil take a good team to defeat' Figtree. The Wollongong side is v fin improving 11, -but they .will have ?to gain more experience b...
2 Basketball Rounds This Week-end [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
2 Basketball ! Rounds This Week-end Owing to 'washouts' over the past two week-ends the Women's Basketball Association has de cided to play two rounds of their competition this week-end. Games will be staged this afternoon and again tomorrow morning. Today's match at South Beach could easily upset the entire first grade competition ladder. It will be between Southern Cross Golds and Gwynneville. Up to the last match played, the end of the. first round, Southern Cross Golds led the remainder of the teams by a nar row margin of two points. They have been beaten on only one occasion. Up to the same stage of the competition, Gwynneville, which were running third, two points behind the leaders, had dropped one . riiatch and drawn another. Today these two teams meet. Luck could easily play an im portant part in the game, with the ultimate winner appearing to be the likely minor premier of the competition. Running second in the com petition, West Wollongong should have an easy victory over...
Bowls Parkinson Cup Semi-finals This Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
BqwIs Parkinson Cup Semi-finals This Afternoon -Bowlers will play the semi final's of the Parkinson. Cup this afternoon. The final, weather permitting, will be played next week-end, ., Bowlers have had a bad time recently owing to the weather but the greens have recovered from the drenching and all are expected to be in first class order for. this afternoon's games. . Wollongong, which has! had ,-a very successful season this, year ;sliould be able to', account,, for Corrimal, while Port Kembla play Thirroul in the remaining semi-final, ' .. .' The only ? alteration to ,the Woliongong team is the addition of C; ; Hughes, who replaces E. Figtree. Players are advised to be at the Wollongong Club at 1.15 p.m. Tlie, Wollongong teams are: A. Caldwell, T. Faddy, G. Cooke; !».'.?? Neale;- c: Anderson, C. Hushes, L. Funnell, N. Price; V. Tate, W. Orling, P. Slpane. R. Washington; J. Browne. R. Ivic PUsi'son,- VS.' Ddbiiiiisn', 13. Savis.
Golf FULL COURSE OPEN AT WOLLONGONG [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
Golf FULL COURSE OPEN AT WOLLONGONG Now that fine weather has pre vailed over the Wollongong links for the greater part of the week, the course is expected to be in first-class order for this week end's game. The full course will be played. Wollongong golfers have had their games seriously interrupt ed by the rainy weather during the past few weeks and ' all are looking forward . to this week end. The Monthly ' Medal to be played this afternoon has at tracted a field of over 70 play ers. Good golf should be wit nessed. The hit-off will be at midday. . Entries are still being ; accept ed for Sunday's event. This is a four-ball-best-ball par for a club trophy. Again a big field is ex pected to take part. Draw for the- Wollongong Golf Club - Monthly Medal' to be played today. ? 12.0: W. Brown, A. Rolinson, C. A. Greenway. 12.5: F. White, J. Bell, C. Oxman. 12.10: S. Dickson; *R. Nellor, G. Morgan. 12.15: L. Powell, C, Scott, L. Geddes. 12.20: E. Goodwin, F. 'Sher- ock, R. Vaughari. 12....
Condensed Form for Today's Races FLEMINGTON 12.45 kKeilor Hurdle 2m. Apprentices cannot claim. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
- condensed Form for Today's Races g r ' REMINGTON ' 12.45 Keilor Hurdle 2m. Apprentices cannot claim. 0 EUDUNDA (1). 11-3 ? .. .. K..May 1 522 TUCKOUT (9), 11-5 ? B. R. Smith 2 3o3 OUR LAND (1-1). 10-3 ? V . A. Moon 3 284 LORD TANTI (2), 10-1 ? R. Hall 4 SPEARMAN (3), 9-11 ? K. Wilson 5 175 MASTER BAY (15). 9-10 .. .. E. Sellers G 07 MIDHURST (4). fl-7 ? W. Carter 7 000 BOKAHRA (l-). S-G ? IC. Rliimes 8 305 MOYANA (5). 9-5 ? ? ? 9 2G8 STUDENT. (II). D-4 ? R. Watts 10 005 CABLE NEWS (12), 3-3 ? ? I. Lloyd 11 0 REX REGIS (13): ,9-3 .. .. .. F. Knhddll 12 366 CHIEF COMMAND (8). 9-S .. .. D. Deari 13 80 HAKTEUS 17), 9-1 ? :. ? 14 10 REY FOX (10), 9-1 ? S. Haag 15 1.29 1st Braybrook Hep. lm. . Apprentices can claim. 600 VALCURL (1), 9-10 .. v. . E. Johnstone 1 V? -f»JKKQBI5H-T-l£tNCB-;l4)i'-5-4fe. . : r i'-Lr-'Lott P.:2 - 9 HEATHER ROSE f'll); 8-li! ...... . . ' * ? 3 * '-0 DUPONT (in, 8-11 ? ? ? ? .. ^---4 122 GRAND MONARCH (12), 8-3 .. .. D. Weir 5 436 GILWELL (18). 8-2 ? ; . G. Nii-h...
Blue Flag Should Win Moore Park H'ep [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
Blue Flag Should Win .Moore Park H'cp ?' JL (By 'Barrier') ?Blue Flag is expected to take has place iri the field foiivfh.i Moore Park Handicap at Randwick today aii-l is chosen to win from Granite and Aiusr. A!3 three are greys. /.-BLUE FLAG hats been scrat chod twice recently because of ?i the heavy going, but conditions ; should- show an imprbvement ... this weekend. .The four year old was un lucky at his. two most recent starts, but finished strongly on each occasion to run second and . fourth. Granite, which is rising 10 years should again go well and seven furlongs will suit him bet ter than the six furlongs at which he scorcd on Wednesday. Araar usually runs woll first ?? up. He has hot appeared rfince finishing third at Randwick in February and he was not out 'of a -place in six starts prior to going for a spell. The Groom, on which Johnny Long-don won the All Aged Stakes, would also be a chance, though he has not started since that success. MARINE VICTORY'S CHANCE . The sma...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
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FALSTEIN SAID TO HAVE REFUSED TO NAME CAR DRIVER [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
FALSTEIN SAID TO HAVE REFUSED TO NAME CAR DRIVER SYDNEY, Friday .—Max ~ Fal stein, former Labor M.H.R. for Watson; had been charged with having failed to give a police man' information about the driver of his car', th6 Traffic Court was 1 told today. Hie charge stated Falgteln had failed to give the' name and ad aC Am. Art uicas ui iuc unvci ui 1110 December ? 18, 1949, in BIrrell Street; Waverley, when a traf iflc offence ?vyas allegedly com mitted.' The case was ? adjourned to August l. ' '
URANIUM-FINDE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
URANIUM-FINDER . Tnis uranium survey meter, wn ich was exhibited last month in London, is a portable instrument designed for uranium prospec tors. It weighs six pourfds and is operated by; batteries. It detects radio-active ores beneath, the gro und, and warns the operator by a clicking noise _in the headpho nes.
Overcoat Only Worn In Court, Police Allege [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
Overcoat Only Worn In Court, Police Allege SYDNEY, Friday. — A man who appeared in 'the. dock at Central Court today on a charge of having 'assaulted ; his wife early this morning, was wearing'- only a r» overcoat, ' Mr. Raschke, S.M., was told. ' Police said he hid refused to put oh any other clothing. *' Norman Ward Walters, 47, cleaner, was charged with hav ing assaulted his wife, Nancy, who described herself as 'Mrs. Ward. Constable Pugh, of Darling nurse, saia in eviaence tnat following a complaint, he went to a room in -the. Goodrich Pri vate Hotel, King's Cross, at 3 a.m., and found Ward Walters naked. He 'had refused to wear any thing except the - overcoat.- At' Darlinghurst Station, Pugh said he had given him some clothing but Ward Wal ters' refused' it and said 'I will go. to Court like -this.' The' case was adjourned so that the police could get some clothes for Walters be fore, he went into the witness box.' '
Von Praag Acquitted On 'Offensive" Behaviour [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 1 July 1950
Von Praag Acquitted On Ofiensive Behaviour SYDNEY, Friaay. — Well-known speedway rider- Lionel Van Praag (41), of Fletcher Street, Bondi, was' acquitted at Central Court today of a charge of of fensive behaviour. - Police alleged that; when told by a , constable .to. move his car in Geoi'ge' Street on May 25, Van Praag. acted offensively.;. . - : i Mr. Harris,. S.M., held there was no^ case to answer and dis charged Van Praag. .