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HOCKEY SHOALHAVEN HOCKEY ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
SHOCI(EY SHOALHAVEN HOCKEY ASSN. After the completion of the first round in the Shoalhaven Hockey As sociation's competition, Berry I are on top with 17 points. Following are the points: Berry I ........ ... . .. 17 Nowra I .. .......... 15 Gerringong .. ... .. .. ....14 Albion Park ..... .. .. .. . '13 Nowra 'Juniors .. .. .. ..6 Kiama 'II ......... .. ..... 6 Klama I .. .. .. .. .. . 5 Berry II .. .. .. .. .... 5 Nowra =II .. .. .. .. ....5 Kangaroo Valley .. .. ..... 4
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
N.S.W. PRODUCE CO' PTY ITD First Class Factor. Seed Potaffoes-16/- cwt SIbis Dolomite 18% Magnesium . .: ' ...* NEWPRO" DAIRY MEAL;'.;.'. . ":: NEWPRO" LAYING MASH ,r Mfilo, Meal; Double Crushed Oats; Lueerne, . : Oaten, Wheaten Chaff; Lucerne Hay; ' SLu-pol; Wheat;.Oats & King Calf Food | . '.AGRICULTURAL LIME: |LIE We are organising truck lts of lime at I truck price Kiama. You can order any quantity and get advantage of truck price.. Call in and Inspect our Stocks at- N S..W PR-ODU CE C . PTY -LTD Manning Street -- Kiama RING & ORDER NOW-- KIAMA 210 Agents for:-NEPTUNE OIL, M'ASSEY HARRIS & YATES' SEEDS WIELESS AND REFRIGERATORS SALES 'AND SERVICE Courteous Attention to Inquiries ROBERTS. KIAMA - - - - - - Phone 60 -NE'ALL'S ' & ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE., ' 40 TERRALONG STREET, KIAMA SUPPLIERS OF ALL , SPORTING EQUIPMENT r" QUALITY FISHING TACKLE MOTOR ACCESSORiES TOOLS OF ALL TRADES WE SPECIALISE IN TENNIS RACKET RESTRINGS BATTERY CHARGING CYCLE...
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
GERRINGONG.CLUB *Bpth Gerringng ,teams, will, be -at home this :afternoon when the 'first graders, oppose Nowra and !the, Jun iors leet, Shellharbour. The first *gradel ixture should prove interest-, ing as Nowia de*eated the Gongs in the first round. However the Gongs have shown excellent form in re cent weeks. and should reverse the decision to-day.,. Last week's hard game against Kiama i has left its mark on 'the ranks of the Gongs as, three ot their best players .are in jured and will be absentees to-day. Gerald.. O'Sullivan, E. Miller and N. Sharpe aie out and will be replaced :by J. Sharpe, K. Miller and H. Mil ler. The latter will be making his initial appearance in the Gongs team and it will be interesting to see how he uses his weight and pace in. the wing position. The selected team is: N..Love, C. Sharpe, K. ,Johnson, N. Miller, H. Miller, K.-Stephen,T. Quinii, J. Cronin, R. Graham, K. Miller, J. Sharpe, W.. Miller,' D.. Sharpe.' The Juniors must win to-day to, retain a c...
KIAMA HOSPITAL BOARD Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
KIAMA ' HOSPITAL SBOARD' ' .Monthly Meeting The monthly meeting of the Ki amal District'. Hospital Board '; wha lheld. in the Council Chambers, Ki anma oil. Tihursday night-;last. The Chaii'man ('Mr7 '0 S>ý,'oyd) Presided and there were also present Messrs. J. Mancy;J,. E. King, F. EB.Reid,; W. Sproule,, R. H Flyer, J., O'Keefe and Mrs. K; Brown. An apology.. awi's ieceived fi'om' Rev. A. H. Edwards. The Cliaii n ii"i epoi tedh tlhat thle auditor's fee had been'.i 15' guieas. "There' was miuch more wvork entailed now: The auditor now had an ,office hi the town anid keift tlie books tip-' to-date. He recoiinmended that the audit'fee be incieased to 25 guineas. Messrs..Mancy and Spioule moved' that the motion be adopted.' The Secretary i' eported that the Friienidship Clilb' which hlad been formed by "Margaret" of 2W1 had done a" lairge amount of mending and sewing at the Hospital. Each 'week at least two'ladies attended the Hos pital and carried out wornk,, usually spending a full...
JAMBEROO CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
JAMBEROO CLUB Janiberoo first grade team -joulney to Milton to-(lay (Satin-day) and will be.r epiesented: by th efo11owing: N. Richlaidson, J. Swani; K. Robson, R. Swan, E. Ingold, G. Thompson (Capt), R. King, , J. Simpson, .R. Iigold ,.D.i Mitchell, G. Ingold, P. Mc Glinchey, J. Ward. SJaniberoo Reserves .pliay,.. Kangaroo Valley at Kangalroo Valley and Will ibe represented by: . J. Brennan,,.N...W.ard,., G. Warby, o. King, J. 'Byrne T. Graham, G.. WhalanB. Rtitledlgc, B.; Hogan, R. Irvine, W. Elliott,..W. .Trapp; J. In= gold.
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
.JHURCH SERVICES ON .SUNDAY NEXT` PRESBYTERIAN-K?iama 10 .a,,un i. and 7 ,p.ni;,:; Albion Park 11:30, aci.;: Shllhai'-boul 2:30 pin-Revn . RV::H I:' Childs: METHODIST- Geriingong 1115 ain.; Kiniii-a 7 p. i Rev. R,,;, C Olirk (Stiubject, "The, . axelhead that'w.(w: lost"); Kiaia 10,:15 a.ii' Mri ;,Neville Russell;. Jainibeioo 1116 i':T :ii; Mir 'T. Elleriingtonf. CHURC'H "'O ENGLAND?Kiania 11 a.m, (MP), 7 p.7i (,P & H)C); F'okground 10 a.nmt (MP), Gei'ingong 11.15'a.m: (MP)): 7: i;n;-,(EP,) Miin namiurra: 3 pi.;' (EP)- Rev, S. A. , Mainstone, Rsecoi. CHURCH OF. ENGLAND- Albion Park 1i a.mi Ch;'ildren s' Service, Rev. T. Gee, Rectoir CHURCH OF ENGLAND- SlhelV liarbour 11 a. ii.; Jambeiroo0' 7 p.in" - Rev? A. ,,H. Edwards;. Rector. CONGREGATIONAL-Geiriiigong. li amn. and 7.30 p.. Re. H ,E. L . a vson... '
KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
KIAMA CLUB Kiaina : Julniors `will Pilay Pyiree at lyiree on Saturday. "The bus leaves, at 12,30 p.m sharp, anid the team is a follows: SG Smith, B. Leggett, B. ''Windsor, J :Warren;" T. Best,K. MciGuire, 3J. HaniganB. D 'Haigh; B Sipinks, F:. Ryaiii,'N. Mason;"M. Whittaker, J James.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
In 1I.emoriam GIBSON-Iii loving imeniory of our deat nimthei . ands. grandmother, Annie" Mabel, who died 20th'. July, 1945. Our family chain is bi'brkel; Ouit loving; link .is gone,. Your memoiry. will always linger deal' mother " As long as the years roll' on. -Always reinembeired by her 18y ing daughter and son in-law, Alice and Jim and Grandchildren. l ilSATURDAYli, JULY 26, 1947.i SA"UR?DAY''";JULY 26,' 1947."
FOOTBALL REFEREES FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
'REFEREES"FOR :SATURDAY GRADE .Gerhingong ;.v. Nowra a (A Blan h).; Kiamia v Shellhairbour (S Tlhick nessei) SPyiee v: Berry (IK. Grtey) Milton v. Jambeioo> (A Booth) RESERVE GRADE *4Iania v Bomnaderry (Sunday, A. Macdonald) 4 angaroo Valley,. Ja beroo (. Butleir) JUNIORS Milton :v Nowra (Sunday, A. Blanch). i " ee v I K iama (2 p.m., R1.Ildr better). Boinadeiry v: 'Bery (H; Rutledge) -Geri'ingoig v', Shellharbour (2 p.m. MI Carniage)
MILK ZONE DAIRYMEN'S COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
MILK ZONE DAIRYMEN'S COUNCIL On a recent visit to the Gerrin gong Branch of the Milk Zone Dairy men's Council, the General Secre tary accompanied by Mr. Sedgwick, Producers' Representative on the Milk. Board; and. Mr. A. Vitnell, of Branxton, many of the problems as sociated with .our industry were dis cussed. Mr. Pottie, a well-known farmer in the Gerringong district, occupied the chair and welcomed the Gen eral President of the Council, Mr. E. J. Noble. Mr. Noble. expressed appreciation at the large gathering present, and stated that it was pleasing to see Gerringong farmers making an endeavour to increase the supply of milk during the winter months.' Mr. Noble reported that the membership of our Council in other areas was more complete than in the Gerringong area. He felt sure that following the meeting and the visit to various farms by the Gen eral, Secretary and party that those farmers who had not yet joined the Council would agree to .become members. 'The General Secretary, M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
TAXI 7r SAUSTIN CARROLL WISHES TO NOTIFY THE RESIDENTS OF GERRINGONG DISTRICT THAT HE HAS COMMENCED A TAXI SERVICE FOR TAXI RING GERRINGONG 114 . -J , I RUBBER STAMPS SAVE TIME--BUY A RUBBER STAMP ONE LINE 1 INCH. LONG ONLY COSTS 1/9 2 LINES 2 INCHES LONG COST 3/9 OTHER CHARGES ON APPLICATION LINEN MARKING OUTFITS-2/6 L (All priccs plus 10%, Sales Tax) WESTON & CO., Shoalhaven St., KIAMA " C V7 IEMS ,iii MANT?TING STREET, KIAMA ': t - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - --- .- - -- - - - - III * 1: .,..-..q ' MEN'S OVERCOATS * NEW STOCKS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SOME VERY SMART, GOOD QUALITY, DOUBLE BREASTED OVERCOATS. ALSO WE HAVE A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF POLO STYLE COATS MEN'S RAIN COATS GOOD QUALITY OILSKIN RAINCOATS GUARANTEED WATERPROOF-£3 MEN'S FELT HATS WE ALWAYS :HAVE A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF MEN'S HATS IN THE LATEST STYLES AND COLOURS LA MEN'S QUALITY. SHOES BLACK CALF SHOES-in high grade leather-24/6 Pr. TAN CALF SHOES-Best quality calf-27/6 Pr. S_,AT C V. ZIEMS MANNING STREET ...
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These coupons may be used at present: -. .TEA---5-36 (25-28 , expire 17th August; 29-32 expire 14th Septeni bei'; 33-36 expire 12th October): New coupons 37-40 available 18th. August. BUTTER-25-27 (expire 17th Aug ust). New coupons 28-30 available 18th August. MEAT-Black 57-60 Green 65 and 67 .(expire 17th August). New coup ons black. 61-63 and green 69 and 71 available 18th August; CLOTHING-1-56 (1947).
DIPHTHERIA [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
DIPHTHERIA Only nine cases of Diphtheria were notified to the Medical Officer of Health for the South. Coast Health District for the first six months of this year, as compared witlh 53 cases for the corresponding period of 1946. This remarkable fall in the incid ence of diphtheria in the district can only be attributed to one thing-im munisation against diphtheria. This low rate can be sustained provided that parents see to it that their chil dren are immunised on their first birthday or as close to it as possible. It is a very comforting thing to all of us to know that we have such a dread disease as diphtheria on the run, by the simple and safe proc.sa of immunisation.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER F. E. PALIN PHONE: KIAMA 82 During, these difficult days, no business is more handloapped by the scarcity of stock and material than is the WATCH and JEWELLERY TRADE, and whilst we are looking for the silver lining, all sections of the community are carrying on with little complaining. F. E. PALIN thanks his many customers for their tolerance in inconvenienee and in waiting for repairs, and trusts the time will not be far distant when the trials of to-day are a thing of the past. 24 YEARS OF PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN ALL CLASSES OF CLOCK AND WATCH REPAIRS. ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED Claude L. Knight, F.I.O. (By Exam.) OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERRALONG ST., KIAMA S PHONE KIA. 7. Berry visited every Wednesday. Albion Park let & 3rd Tuesdays SDapto, Mondays 7.30 to 9 p.m. I SBUY LOCKETT'S AMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers, Green. grocers. Deliveries daily to Ki. ama. Jamberoo and Sheliharbour. Phone 185...
PARKS IMPROVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
PARKS IMPROVEMENT At the last meeting of the Kiamai Council, a programme to spend, £1000 on. parks. was approved.:', of this the Council will have to find £500 and the remaining £500 will be met by the grant recently made to the Council by the Govern nment. A condition of the grant was that the Council spend a similar simi' to that pi'rovided' by the Governmenit. The programme is as follows:- (a) Constructioii of two,. tennis courts with necessary fencing and shelter sheds on Central Park--£360. (b) Construction lavatory accom modation for' both sexes in 'Central Park--£ 220. (c)' Provision of playgrounid equip ment for children Central Park-'` £100. (C) Constructioii of coincrete paths in 'Coronation and Central Pai'ks' £120. . (e). Construction'of Arris fence be tween the Meinorial and Central Parks- £ 50. (f) Establishment of nursery for' planting streets and public *reserves (g) Planting of shrubs and trees in public reserves- £100. (h). Provision of additional seats and tables ...
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
COMING EVENTS Aug. 1-Diggers' Ball, Jamberoo Aug. 6-G.U.O.O.F. Ball, Albion Pk. Aug. 7-Meth. Tea Box Afternoon Ki. Aug. 14-Girl Guide Concert, Kiama Aug. 22nd-Catholic Ball, Albion Pk. Aug. 27-Diggers Ball, Gerringong. Aug. 29-G.F.C. Concert, Jamberoo. Sept. 5-Diggers Ball, Albion Park. Sept. 12-C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance, Ki. Sept. 18th-Meth. SpriAg Fair. J'roo Sept. 26-Diggers' Ball, Kiamna. Sept. 30-C.. of .E. Tea Meeting, KI. Oct. 7-Scots ('hurchSpring Fair, Ki. Oct. 14-C. of E. Flower Show, J'roo Oct. 29-Spring Show, Gerringong. Dec. 5-C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance, Ki.
GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
GOLF GERRINGONG" CLUB t'oeriiigong Club is ohlding 't?i 183 lioles Stroke' comipdtitionthis '(Sat ,y'day) afternooni for the -President' s, trophy. The finals off:the'. ClubG Champion sl ip ,will also be. conteste?dt day wlen in "A" grade V. J. Walker meets J. W.' Parkhl?ll and ii B"B ,', grade (' Sharp e :will oppose K. Hockaday., On Tuesday aftein'oon the Associ ates held a Stableford competition; for Mrs. A. W. Noble's trophy ':and resulted:-- Miss 'A. Millei 32 points, Mrs R. H, Millei 30 points Mis. A. Stet-' bilig 28 points and Mrs. R. 0'Keee 24 points Oiin Tuesday next ani Eclectic cons-. pietition 'will be held '..foi a trophy donated by Mrs. R. , O'Keeffe.' In tihe final of the Associates Champion ship, Mrs V. J,. Walker defeated. Mrs. R. T. H. Miller 6 and 4.
C. W. A. At Kiama [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
C. W. A. S At Kiama Kiiama C.W.A. celebrated their liteinational Day on Saturday, 19th July, when the country to be hon oured -was New Zealand aind'c the guest speaiker, Mir. Barclay, High Commissioner for New Zealand. The afternoon `opened witli the singing of the National Anthem and then. Misses "J. Popplewell and E. KIing sang the New Zealand Anth3ni The President, Mi's. Kilight, ex tended a welcome to Mr. B3arciay, who thanked ;the 'branch foir the in vitation arid said he was only too pleased to coine along and address the gathering and tell a little of the doings 'of New Zealand, as. it does help in this. world of- ours to know more of each other. Mr. Barclay said he had been in Australia for 3' years and had been appointed for another three, had travelled about the country ex tensively' and .had. received nothing but kindness from the people of Aus tralia wherever he has gone.. He felt very fortunate to be New Zeal and's representative . Referring to the history of New Zealan...
KIAMA SCOUTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
KIAMA SCOUTS The Annual Meeting of the Ki ama Boy Scouts Committee was held, in -the Scout Hall on Monday night last. Openin, the ne eting, the President (Mr. A. J. Scott) extended a wel come to South' Illawarra Districdt delegates, Messrs. Degotardi, White' and Mathieson. Apologies were received from Mr. and Mrs. Scherf and Miss Pritchard. The ,Group Scohtmaster (Mr. E. Thatcher) reported that the Scout master and Cubniaster and her as sistant had doe. an excellent job,' Three boys . had left the, movement and eight new ones had joined. Mr. Phillips was at present instructing the Scouts in mniorse. code, Twelve Tenderfoot badges, ten second class, two Ambulance, four Cooks, eight Swimmers had .qualified., Average attendances at the Scout parades was 10 and Cubs 26. Eleven new Cubs had joined and six had left. The Treasurer presented the Bal ance Sheet which showed income had totalled £84, expenses £83. This left a credit balance of £9, The Group property now totalled £31,1 compared...