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Ortiz Likely To Fight Clay On August 7 [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

Ortiz Likely To Fight Clay On August 7 v SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Followingj his easy points win over Belgian ' ?Alex Sinnaeve at the Stadium last, night, 'Baby' Ortiz will probably be matched with Alfiej Glay- on August 7. - ? / Clay was to have fought Ortiz 'last- night but he injured his right hand during training ahd the fight was postponed. In their first contest, Clay and Oijtiz fought a draw. The Stadium doctor (Dr. Ken Smith) examined Clay last night arid said he would be able to box : within -a fortnight. ;:Sinnaeve has been matched with. 'IJasse'n jn Melbourne, '-but-'! it is 'doubtful' after last night's showing ' whether this bout will take place. Sinnaeve. would be no better than a punching bag for Ha'ssen and would find Hassen a much ;iiore powerful hitter than Ortiz. DAWSON HAS 'FLU Negro lightweight Freddie Dawson is in bed with influenza, but .does not expect the delay io interfere with plans for his ficrht with Frenchman Jean Mougin at Sydney Stadium on July 24. Original...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

' ? ? . i 'Daily Mercury' Classified Advertisements RATES: Two shillings xor first 14 words (approximately three lines); sixpence for each subsequent line. Casual advertisements 6/- per inch. ? ? LOI&li^I OPTICAL ? /ERVICE 134 CROWN STREET, WOLLONGONG (Near Gas Co.) Telephone Woll. 833 HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE USTINMER: A nice weather board collage with tiled voof, consisting of three bed rooms, lounge room, dining room, kitchen, etc.; :s !;=o large verandahs, fuel stove. Including furniture. This property is in a highly elevated position with lawns, etc. Price of this home, £3,200. V.P. Apply Fred C. Scott & Co.-, L.R.E.A., Corrimal. pORRIMAL EAST: Mew Fibro ^ Cottage, 3 bedroor i:;, all elec tric., H.W.S. Fully furnished. Close to bus and train. Apply E.'S.'Ryan, Mount Kembla. HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE USTINMER: Weatherboard x home. Elevated and with ? immediate possession. Investi- ; gale to-day. Price, £1,850. -Will- ? more & Randell, 57a Keira St. ? Phone...

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"ILLAWARRA DAILY MERCURY" COMIC STRIPS JEFF CROCKETT [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

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DR. DUHIG'S APPEAL TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

DR. DUHIG'S APPEAL TOMORROW BRISBANE, Tuesday. — . Thfe hearing of ah appeal, by ' Arch- bishop Duhig in' the Hbly Name. Cathedral case., is expected ' to be^in ? in the Full 'Court to morrow. , . Archbishop. Duhig will chal-. .l.enge. the Supreme Court- judg ment: directing him to pay '£25;720. to Jack Francis Hen-, nessy, Sydney architect, for fees, plans and specifications, of the proposed Holy Name Cathedral at Brisbane. Archbisriop Duhig's counsel \vill ask the . court' to ' set aside ; tlje verdict and judgment and ; will seek a; new - -trial; ? One ' ground- of. appeal is. 'that fresh evidence 'is-' available', to the Archbishop. ' '

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Insole May Captain English Cricket Team [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

Insole May Captain English Cricket Team LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.).— Douglas Insole, 24-years-olc captain of Essex, is being tippec as the likely skipper of Eng land's test team to tour ? Aus tralia later this year. : The news that Norman Yard ley and F. G.'.Mann were not available for selection -.has evoked' the dismay of London cricket writers,' -wrio',. criticise- the M.C.C. for the delay in making the appointment and for the fact that whoever accepts the re sponsibility will, know that he is third choice. ? ; Frank Rostron, of the 'Daily Express,' quotes .Mann , as sug gesting that.'the tirrie- is ripe for a professional skipper. He mentions Hutton and Washbr'ook, but' most writers: think sUch a step is unlikely yet.

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WINS BRITISH FILM AWARD [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

WINS BRITISH FILM AWARD * Jane Wyman — for -her role in 'Johnny Belinda' — re cently received the Picture-: goer Film Award for -1950, Britain's . oldest distinction for film acting. The award, based on nation wide voting, was for- films produced last . .year..

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BALGOWNIE BEATS BANKSTOWN [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

BALGOWNIE BEATS BANKSTOWN (By 'Judy') A big crowd accompanied the boys to Bankstown on Saturday to witness the game against: ? Bankstown. Balgownie won, 2-1, Tommy Rowles scoring both;/' goalj. . ? . In .the absence of Injured players, Bobby Barwise turned-, out to fill a -breach 'and was a big factor in the win. We have played four games in all this season against this particular team. Both teairis play the same type of football but we have just had the luck to , win toy the odd- goal on two occasions. We! hfivo had three wina and a drawn game. ' The reserves were hopelessly outclassed, to be defeated toy four goals to one. This- is the worst defeat they have suffered. On examining' the coriipetition points this is-, hard to under stand. ' ' ' . ? STATE CUP GAME. Sunday's game in the' State Cup at Lambert Park saw GuiHford altogether too strong in all departments. Tire less, said about this game, the .better. Two of our forwards were | crippled; this makes things very { awkward for...

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Record Steel Output In Britain [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

Record Steel Output In Britain LONDON, Tuesday (A.A.P.).,'' —Britain's steel output in. .the first half of this year was 3,309,000 tons -T- an all.-ti.me record. The figure is 351,000 tons Higher- than in the; previous best half-year. June q,utp.u,t was, also , a record,, the annua) rate being 16,249,000. tons compared with the previous best June — in 1949 — when the rate, was . 15,645,000 tons.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

DR- EDGAR BAINTON, Aus tralia's brilliant Musician, will be the Guest Conductor, Grand Orchestral Concert, Civic Theatre, MONDAY, 17TH JULY Reservations at MAcAndrew's,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

ILLAWARRA GREYHOUND RACING CLUB DOGS ARE RACING TONIGHT AT WOLLONGONG TONIGHT ! TONIGHT ! I GOOD DELIVERIES. t f POPULAR SIZES KEPT IN STOCK ± :: YOU 'ARE INVITED TO INQUIRE AT * :: WARBURTON FRANK! LTD. J ?? - 80 KEIRA STREET, WOLLONGONG f % Phone: Woll. 888 *

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FOUR MEN ON ASSAULT CHARGE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

FOUR MEN ON ASSAULT CHARGE SYDNEY, Tuesday. — Four men, aged 18 to 25, were charged at Waverley Police Station today with, assaulting Albert Victor Hertzog, 59, woolclasser, of Bondi, on Saturday night and occasioning him actual bodily harm. They will appear before Paddington . Court tomorrow morning. Hertzog is in Prince Henry Hospital suffering from a frac tured skull. He was reported to day to be still semi-conscious.

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Eye Burnt With Metal [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

Eye Burnt With Metal ] . Jan Karias, ,a labourer em ployed at the A.I.S; and residing at .the. Migrants' . Hostel,. Unan derra, received severe burns to. th6- 7 right'---' eye- when he was. splashed -with1 hot metal- .'at Work 'last'%iglit. ; lllawarra; District Ambulance coiive'yed him to Wollongong Dis . triot ;Hospital, ?where lie was . ad -mitted. ' ^ .

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Radar Boats Against Smugglers [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

Radar Boats; Against Smugglers , Japanese water police will use radar-equipped patrol boats to counter sharply increasing 'Jap- anese, Chinese arid Korean smuggling. ' . . The: Ja.pa.nese Government has ordered. 4Q large , and small pat rol boats. Which' when built will p'atVol Japan's southern and western coastlines. Smuggling of drugs, . food, clothing and American luxuries from Korea , and China, is , now almost unchecked : by Japan's small coast guard 'fleet.— (A.A.PI Reuter). When' the 'heart speaks, - how ever simple '.the,''''w6rds,/its-.lan^ £uage is al-yays' dccepta-ble to those who Have hearts., — Marj^ Baker Eddy. \ ' r

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Infants' School Mothers Help Flood Victims [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

Infants' School Mothers Help Flood Victims Donations for flood relief were discussed at the monthly meet ing of the Wollongong Infants' School Club, held at the school yesterday afternoon, and plans made for arrangements in con-, nection with a children's enter tainment at the end of the ?nonth. It was decided that £5 should be sent to the headmaster of the Kempsey Infants' School and £5 to St. Ethel's, West Maitland, which had. suffered disastrously in the floods. Members stood, in silence in sympathy ;v for :: Mrs. jepheott, wKbse mother died suddenly last week. A wreath was. sent on be half of the club. 'Pirates at the Barn' will be presented at the Savoy Theatre on Monday, July 31, by members of the 'Mosman Theatre Group. Wollongong Mothers' Club is combining with Port Kembla Mothers! Club in this entertain ment. Children of many school in the district are being invitee and club members will assis' teachers with the marshalling o* children arriving by buses. The meeting was told...

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AERIAL VIEW OF NEW HOUSE OF COMMONS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

| AERIAL VIEW OP NEW HOUSE OP 'COMMONSj Menai viuw ot v/esrminster shuws the Huuafia of Pa»l.ament a.s they are today w.th tne res toration of the House of Commons. The full beauty of the Go thic architecture is seen to full advantage as the sun lights up the river side of the seat of Government.

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Basketball Draw For Week-end [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

Basketball Draw For Week-end ! The basketball draw for the week-end is: SOUTH BEACH No. 1 Stella Maris 1 v Rosemont Ramblers, 2 p.m.; Isaacs vThir rou /, 3.15. p.m. Referee, Nellie McCloskey. SOUTH BEACH No. 2 M.M. v Warrawong, 2 .p.m.; Thirroul v Casben, 3.15. Ref eree, Shirley Kinnane. ' STUART PARK No. 1 Kembla Heights v Wollon gong Waratahs, 2 p.m.; South ern Cross Red v Wollongong, 3.15. Referee, Lola Kinnane. STUART PARK No. 2 Stella Maris v .Star of the Sea, 2 .p.m.; Coniston y Coun cil, 3.15. Referee, Joan Shipley, WOONONA Stella Maris 2 v Bulli Blues, 2 p.m.; John Vicars v' .West Wollongong, 3.15. Referee, Rita WISEMAN PARK Kembla Heights v Gwynne ville, 3 p.m. Referee, Winsome Glaister. i ' 'Southern Cross Gold A, Bulli Blues B and West Wollongong C have byes,

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A.L.P. Municipal Assembly Reorganisation [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 12 July 1950

A.L.P. Municipal Assembly Reorganisation The A.L.P. Municipal Assem bly in this district will be org anised in such a manner that ratepayers will welcome and support it, the Secretary (Mr. T. Paddy McDonald) said yester day. - j «3j Following the recent re- ? organisation, further steps have now boon taken which will make this assembly one of the most progressive in the State, and one which the ratepayers of the dis trict have sought for a long time, Mr. McDonald said. A4 Policy Committee of 18 elected members, representing each ward and branch in the district, had its first meeting at the week-end. Items of policy as drafted will be submitted to the main assem bly for consideration and adop tion. REPORT CONSIDERED The committee had before it the report of the Inspectors of the Local Government Depart ment, who recently- conducted an inspection of Greater Wollon gong City Council's internal organisation and- management of the council's offices. 'Sections of this report,' Mr McDonald...

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