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"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
BYdTE M 'AN1IN THE'ýSTREET"! "ROND O'T" .. ?.. , . I i e- ý,q'. - -: ? ??' 'T ,.-- ` ,- i A .i.eader say's Imigiht'do wovse, Than 'serve you. up the ,news In vei so, iToe,' Slilkespeare'sa heights I'im not And ,I'mi ce'tainly no' Iieatso B'roii Bt if he;ah BtIf hec?an stand a line or two,. I ii hla'ye' to see ;what I can 'do. Well first the old MZ DO,, , 'W?itiithe l fisfsc 'it'o be'l'abbit fee It causes" tihem 'disti'ess and pain Whein they conie in friom the l'Raw S'Way ,,Lane'' :At 'Albjon; Paik they reol the ball To get themselves; a newv Tdovn'Hull An~i1hs befo're there's ti ouble biewin', The Ratepayis have '"something doin"' At football Gerringong felt sore When Nowira held them to a dain..' Shellharbour. must have had a snore, Whilst. Kiama lads piled up a,score. New "Pounding Fees"' are hard to. . meet. So keepl youi cattle off the Sti eet, And liastly if you nieed minore rh'nym?., You'll .have to give me much more time (About fifty years--'cos I've !had it' ) Aftei that li...
KIAMA v. SHELLHARBOUR [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
KIAMA v. SHELLHARBOUR When Kiaina defeated Shellhar bout 69 to 3 they created' a record score for this season. Previous best was Berry's 62-5 against Shellhar bour. The new record was still be hind the all-time record established 01on 29ti June last year by Albion Park who defeated Shellharbour by 82 to 2. Only one player in Kiama's team did not score. That was H. Tuohy. Ray Stead top-scored with 19 points, 5 tries and two goals. Shellharbour played most of the game with only' 12 men. From the kick-off Kiama took play to Harbour's 25 and soon opened the scoring when Frank King received from A. Pepper and scored near the posts. F. Pepper missed the kick. From their own half Kiama unwound a nice passing move when N. Mc Adam broke through to draw his man and send to A. Gannon to T. Hardy to A. Gannon who scored wide out and R. Stead converted. R. Stead scored a nice solo try when he pick, ed up' at half-way and used his welgl 't to brush off three tackler naid 'score tinder thie posts ...
SOCIAL SERVICES Come out of Your Pocket [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
SOCIAL S VICES ',Coe out of Ydur Pocket "If all the Social Services asked? ft in ?ustralia:' were pirovided the colt 'woidbe `'20000,000o , iar,lr said Allan. '' raser, i'-I . :i: au '.+' • .'+ Fr, a. ser , a .I ,+ an.+ address to Nowra Rotary Club. 'Even without these additional services the o.st vl be £100oo o,000, within live years- £50 for each ,,avei?age Every,: pound ,spent on 9-,s00ial 'set vices demands one pound in taxa tion Commonwealthl Social Service ex penhditure has iriseni fromn £ 16,000,000 in 1938 to £72,000,000 estimated this year. SMost people say that the rates of existing froee benefits should, be in creased, that there should be high er pensions and endowments, anid that firee benefits should :be created. That is, ve'y: creditable to the peoiple l)ecause, out of their pockets arid ½their. pay enivelopes must conlie the price of, every increased benefit and everynew benefit.' To solve the, problems which face the communityi in-its brave aWdventur ing into new fi...
GROUP 7 v. SOUTH SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
GROUP 7 v. :SOUTH SYDNEY? it ???Volldngon' oil Siunday iast Groupi 7 defeated Sottlh Sydney by 22 points .to'11. after leading by 10 to 3 at half time. Group' 7 opened the scoring when Perry intercepted to take play to Soitlih Sydney's 25, and .firom the iuck the ball tiravelled out to wving er J. Gray who scored antid R: Ro?vles converted: South Sydneyr rushed 'play to the Grotup's line 'and had them hai'd pi es sed. However fi'omn ' a five-yard sciriu All]a~i Sharpe won :the' ball and it passed ,out- to B. Raftery. who made an 'opening for Seymour who sent to Tlionipson.: Thonipson's pass to Gray wasn missed but G Jai dine, w ho was backing up,; picked up and scored uniider the posts, . South Sydney opened their ac count when Brogan went round the blind side .of a ,scrum ?to send to Tiracey who just maniaged to hold the'ball and score.? Shoirtly before lialf time Group 7 almost scored again, but Bre'nan failed to ground the , ball prioperly after' the forwards had beaten the oppos...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY: NEXT CHURCH OF, ENGLAND-Kiaima 11 a.m. (MP & H)C)' .. (EP ; FoxgoiOind 10"an?.n (Mp);: Geriingoiing 11.15, ai.,' (MP,)', 7 p.mn; (EP) R~ d; S. A. Mainstone, Rectori: . PRESBYTER IAN-Kiaina 10: a,m; and _7 p.m.; Jamberoo . 1130 ',a.i.i RevH. I?I H. Childs;';i .Albin '"Pairk 11.30 a;i,. ."Mr. S, J: T6mkinson. METHODIST-Kiita :'10:15 in. Gerringong 11.15'm, (Commiunion)] ShellharboUr: 730 p.m Rev. R' C, Clairk; Jambei oo )i.15 a in Kiamia 7 1i~in: Student.ýY . CHUR ..QF i d.N, .LA.D; Shollný har~bour" 11 a.m, (HG),, Jabieroo CON GREGATIO N ALirngong IL a.'nt.dad 7.3(~ 'p .-~--Rev. H. E1 lIawson. WEDNESDjY, JULY30, 1947.
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
LOCAL & ;GENERAL Betty Shatlhei 'received facial in juries when,.she was knocked over by,,a bicycleon .Monday last, She was treated by Kiaiila 'Ambulance and conveyed to hier homne. o Mon ilay iidghlit last, Mr. and .Mi F. E.'Reid,' Terralong: Street,. Kiania, cele.bliitedt thiir, 25th Wed- ding, Annversary. with .a 'paity of, friends at thei hol in . . On, True.day :la t John ,Walsh of Ja.iJb'eroo ieceived head '. injuiiies whilst at. football "training. He was conveyed by Amibulance to . Kiaiina District Hospital.
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
RIFLE SHOOTING On Saturdai, last Berry Rifle Club visited Kiaia with a team of 12 men. The local team; had ',a conm for table win by 34 ,points., Fred Curry top-scored withl,74 out' of a possible 80, closely ,followVd by 0. J. Alexande , also with 74,i but, with not such a good second stage slhoot: as Fred. Curry. Next best ,was Barry Coles, of Beirry, who.;beat, C. Morgan, of Kiama on the count baci. Weather, conditions were good for the .500 yards, range., The light al-: though dull, was very, clear, but a. south-w?st wind troubiled; most, of, the shooters. At the conclusion of the ,match the visitors were:`. entei;taied ,,to afternoon tea. The Piresident of Kiama Club welcomed the, Berry, Club to the range anid said he hoped' they had all had 'an enjoyable after noon. He advised new members to, buy heavy barrels and have them fitted .,,o; theiir .rifles, as. the light,' barrel as received froinm tihe ,army, was not accurat?e' over 300 yards.,; The Captain', of Beri'ry Club, Mir.l...
MONTHLY MEETING OF THE GERRINGONG [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
MONTHLY MEETING OFTHE GERRINGONG COUNCIL The monthly meeting of the GerL ringong Council was held in the Memorial Hall on Monday night last, The Mayor (Ald. G. E. Chittick) presided and there were also presenit, Aldenmen A. Rutledge," D. Mcin erne'y, H. G. Miller, C. W. 'Graham, K., G. Hayter, C. Hindmarsh, and J. R. M. Miller. An ,apology was received from Aid. Walkei'. The Deputy Mayor; (Ald.' '.H. 'G. Miller) moved a' -esol'u~ion of con dolence with the relatives of the late .Robert Chittick? "rho had been ain Alderman of the Council. He' spoke of the work of the late Robert' Chit tick to the Municipality, who had done his best to impirove the condi tions of his fellow men. Aid. D J. McInerniey, .who had been a meinmberi of the Council when' the late Mr.i Chittick had been an Ald rmran, seconded the motion which was carried with all present stand ing. MAYORAL MINUTE The Mayor reported as follows: "During the past period further cleaning and reforming work was carried out on the R...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
I TAXIX AUSTIN CARROLL WISHES TO NOTIFY THE RESIDENTS OF GERRINGONG DISTRICT THAT HE HAS COMMENCED A /TAXI SERVICE T X FOR TAXI RING GERRINGONG 114 - S. , 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 -_ *(All prices.plus 10% Sales Tax) WESTON & CO., Shoalhaven St., KIAMA Do You Read the. SKIAMA NDEPENDE NT .01 REGULARLY : Place an Order NOW with KIAMA: Sullivan's Newsagency Jarratt's Newsagency JAMBEROO: Pryor Bros. Store . Fredericks' Store. * GERRINGONG: Noble Bros. Store. ALBION PARK: Mrs. W. Buchanan's Store. SHELLHARBOUR: D. A.' McGiath's Store.. , MINNAMURRA: Mrs. A: M. Evans Store. i* LAKE ILLAWARRA SOUTH: F. Noonan's Store. . OR WE WILL POST COPIES TO Y " - DIRECT ' 0 4/6 PER QUARTER post free ) 9/- A HALF YEAR post free 1 18/- PER ANNUM post free I* WESTON & CO. S * 51. Shoalhaven Street, KI MA S o."............... ADVERTISING I[ATES "CASUAL' (Function...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
THE TIDES The following times are taken a at Fort Denison, Sydney. Kiama is approximately 20 minutes later: JULY Wednesday, 30th--High: 6.45 a.ni. 6.56 p.m.; Low: 1 a.m. 12.11 p.m. Thursday, 31st-High: 7.26 a.m. 7.35 p.m.; Low, 1,40 a.mn. 12.55 p.m. S " ,AUGUST Friday; 1st---High . 8.5 a.m. 8.10 p.m.; Low: 2.16 a.m. 1.37 p.m. Saturday, 2nd-High 8.44 a.m. 8.G p.m.; Low: 2 52 a.m. 2.16 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
SCURRENT COUPONS These coupons may be used at present:- TEA-25-36 (25-28 expire 17th August; 29-32 expire 14th Septem ber; 33-36 expire 12th October). New 'couppns 37-40 available 18th August. "are 1 . 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 bladk .61-63 'and green 69 and 71 available 18th August. CLOTHING-1-56 (1947).
SPORTING FIXTURES For Next Week-end FOOTBALL First Grade [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
S SPORTING ; , FIXTURES I For Next Week-end 'FOOTBALL" SFIrst Grade- I- , Gerrijngong v Berry, Albion Park v.Kiama' Nowra v. Jamb rooY, I.' Shellharboiur v. Pyree Reserve Grade Kangaroo Valley v. Roseby Paik. Nowra v. Jamberoo &lt;?Juniors ' rNowra v. Geir'ingong Shellhi arbou v:. Beiýiy Kiamna v: Bomadeiy'y. Milton v Pyiee. , TENNIS lMixed Competition Catholic v:. Jamnberoo' I Dunmore II v Gerringong. I. Gerringong. II v SliellUiaibour I. Jabeioo II v Duninore `,II. RIFLE SHOOTING Secondl Stage Quariterly Troophyat 500 yards GOLF Kiama Saturday: Associates v. Members. Sunday: Kiama v Poit Kembla BOWLS' Conclusion Singles Clihaipionship. .Continuation Pali s ohlampion lhip Games. HOCKEY ,Kiama I V., Albion Paik;:. Kiama II v Gerringong. Nowra Juniors v: Berry I. Nowra II v. Kangaroo Valley. . N owra I v. Berry II.
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
BOWLS The following matches. were de cided over the week-end o, the Ki auna, Bowling Green: Singles Championship:-A. Jones 32 defeated R. Fryer 19; C. Brown. 32 defeated P., Tarbert 15.. Association Pairs Championship: R. Kingdon and L. O'Dwyer de feated J. N. King and Dr. Cranna. Cock of the Walk Singles:-K. Young defeated C. Birown. Cock of the Walk Pairs:-C. Coop er and H. Gould defeated I. Hender son and A. Jones. Rink Gamines:-J. N. King, R. Wil son, P. Dayvies defeated Dr. Granna, R. Kingdon, S. Popple-well ,30-19.. W. Dawes. and , H. Gould defeated L. Fredericks and C. Cooper '24-19. The ,time for playing the Associa tion Singles .Championship has beep extended,, until. 3rd August and the time., for the Pairs until 10th August.
SHIRE BOUNDARIES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
SHIRE SBOUNDARIES Replying to a deputation from the Pulli Shire Council on Monday the Minister for Local Governinent said, "'Whatever is done must be done quickly, and you, .as men in Local Government, must be prepared for The deputation, which comprised representatives of the Bulli Shire Council, , Austinmier Ratepayers' Assn., Coalcliff, Coledale and Helens burgh Local Committees and Helens burgh Council of Combined Organis atons,, met the Minister to place be fore him the alternative amalgam ation scheme as prepared by the Bulli Shire Council. Mr. Cahill, in reply to a suggestion that the Greater Newcastle was not successful, said that, ,according, to the reports submitted to his officers, it had been an unqualified success. He pointed out that many of the powers of States were being taken away by the Federal Government, and. it was necessary that the. oper ations of Local Government should b)e extended and increased so that they could fully use the powers which they had. The Min...
ROSTER FOR SEPTEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
ROSTER FOR;SEPTEMB"ER Tuies. 9th: Fuller, Jenkins, Reason' Wed. 10th: Gale, Guy, Richardson, SThurs. 11th:, Reid; Walker, Kates. Fri. 12thi': Robb, Hardy,' Jarvis. Mon. .15th ,King, Pespud, Ziems. Tues. 16th: Bodey, Boyce, Lola King. Wed. 17th: Misses Stew arts, Mrs. Phillips. Thurs. 18th: Bloomfield, Sands, Tidularsh. F?i. 19th: Bolton; .Triapp, Chittick. Mon. 22nd. Jamesi Barrett, Wil bow Tues. 23rd: Boniface, Gowan, Ham ilton. Wed: 24th Saunders; . Stead, Marley. Thurs 25th: 'Tarbert, Millett, Lay. Fri. 26th Swani, I. Marrtin, J. Noble,
C. W. A. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
C. W. A. The monthly meeting of he er ringoi Bianc?li *of, 'tlhe C.W.A. was held in the School of Arts iecently wile it..tlihe Pi'resideint (Ms.i 'T W. Johnson) pr'esided over a fa i'attend-. ance of. members. Thei meeting opened ivith 'the National Anthem. and C.W.A. Motto. A vote of sympathy 'to Miss E. Chittick in the death of her father was cai'ried by +all present stand ing. The President welcomed a new member Miss M. Johnson, T The Treasuier i(Mrs. A Stebbinig) presented the financial statement of the 'ecent Blue and Gold Ball which disclosed a ciredit balance .of £46. It was decided to pay .from this amount the sum of £25 to the local Council to pay off the debt on the proposed Baby Health. Centre. .It was repoirted that during the week several linembe's gathered amd assembled the Bably Health Cen tire which is now ready for. inspec tion. Since the last" imeeting, baskets of fruit and flowers have been sent to Mesdames L. McGregoi'.and R. F. Holman and Miss M. Chittick who ha...
SHIELD For R.S.L. Competition [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
SHIELD For RS.L: Competition At a meeting oathe Cent al South1 "eii 'Sub-Distict;` OC;,unci ,of',:,,thd1R' i tvtie sud'Soldiei'. L eagcomiheld in' ng 'oSaurida last; w t as qun annousi?decided: to put ichase'a Shid foi e a athletic` coietit;, aong "th: e; affillated? Subbnches. The ae -coveredl in chides ten Sub bi anches from Jai; - beroo o -the n l te end e down to Milton Mv Shield is to be a'vailable `foie copetition in any, Sub'ii?ih ariea on application to the Sub Dist ict Counci It is: thought. that `great in 'terest wi1 be cenated inthe comupet itoii which ill. inate ially assist thlie work of the League both socially and ,financially. Arrangeinents are 'being:imade fo the puitchiase l of a suitable ,Shield, and at the next meetinlgto be held at Jervis Bay in Selitenber, tules to: govern the competition ývill be drawn` up and fuither' details carrited out: 'Thel first com'petitioin will be held in Gert'iigong on .Satutiday, 27th Dec. the day on which the District Set vice: R1...
OUTSTANDING CATTLE SALE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
OUTSTANDING CATTLE SALE One of tle big events in the dairy cattle world was the sale on Thurs clay last of the famous "Swanlea" herd of Australian Illawarra Short horns at Bolong, via Nowra, con ducted by Mr. G. J. Alexanider, of Kiania. The outstanding quality of thei cattle was well-known: throughout New South Wales anll the Common wealth, the herd having been built 'up over the years by the I4te J. R., Knapp who had won many prizes at all Shows on the Coast and' Table lands and at various "Royals." Buy crs were present from far and wide, ,ager to seize the opportunity of replenishing their herds: with such splendid cattle, ofproved strain and fquality. As well as.from.all parts of, N.S.W., visitors came frdm Queens land, South Australia and Victoria. A total of 58 heaA were offered and some remarkably good prices were realised; as well as the'excellent av (i'age of £50/13/0.. Top price was Paid by Mr. H. J. Bate, of Tilba, for a cow, Swanlea Queen 33rd, 115 guinehs.. "': Among th...
NORFOLK ISLAND PINES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 July 1947
NORFOLK ISLANDf PINES * It is . generally accepted, by ,lnui' adq1y1men, that the. seeds from Aus tralian grown Norfolk Island 'Pine treds Will not geriinnate and .it 'is usual to inmporit seed, froii Norfolk lsil.nl Kiamna Council, however,, has had unich success with °the growing of these te?Ps and l'have a inumbei of them :growinig in their recently es tablishe.d .nursery;, At the last meeting of the Council, the Town Clerk (Mr. H. Lyons) ire ported thit the botaniist in charge of the Sydney ,otanical Gardens had become interested in the project and had requested .that some seeds he forwarded. 'Accordingly two bagfuls had, been sent and 50 per cent of the seed had germinated;