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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These coupons nmty 'be. used at present: - TEA-25-36 (25-28 expire 17th August; 29-32 expire 14th Septem ber; 33-36 expire 12th October). New coupons 37-40 available 18th Augutst. BUTTER-25-27 (expire, 17th Aug ust). New coupons 28-30 available 18th August. M EAT---Black 57-60, Gi'een 65 and. 67 (expire 17th August). New coup ons black 61-63 and green 69 anid 71 available 18th August. " CLOTHING-1-56 (1947).
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
PERSONAL Viii . .:..t"; , t . , ?. . '. . :r , '.,_ ' , ' ,M -. / ,'.' ý ." i, , , , ' Mr.W. V IBu;rton had to rec'eive medi cal attentiont to have apiece bf metal rimoved front his eye oni Thugsday:,, last" He "yas mixing concrete ;at the ;Iyain Roads Depot when he sue taiined the injuiy. * * :.Mrs M Moori:e received laceirations to the head on Monday:: last when she fell at the Golf Clubhouse, She was taken )y Ambulance to the Doe tor and to hei home , Mri and Mrs Len Windsor, ilft on Monday to fly by Skyt aster?i, to Lrisbane en route to the Barrier Reef for a holiday; Rev. Siade Mallen, orimer Presby= terlan Ministeri ..at Alibion Parik is: now' on the staff o the Austrialian Protestant Worild,' and editor of :the "Protestant Digest" Miss. Tevelein of trathfield "was a guest of Mrs. W: Buchanan, of Albion Park last week-enil Citf?aini and Mis F .Heopper piiaid a 'isit to Albion P?i k onii Saturdtiay. last: ,They .will be reimemibeired Iii this disthict fo'? thei'i musicai; ta?et...
At Kiama [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
At Kiama We are indebted to Mr. N. E. Hind marsh for the follo6wing recordlngs of rainfall registered by him at Ki ama during the month of July: July 1st.. ......... 5 points July 3rd .. ....... 4 points July 4th .. .. .. .. .. 1 point July 5th .......... 13 points July 6th .......... 7 points July 14th .. .. .. .. 3 points July 16th .. ..... .. 5 points July 18th ...,.... 3 points July 27th ..p.... 5 points July 29th .. ., .. .. 2 points 'Totiil ,, . , .. , 48 points
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
COMING EVENTS Aug. 7-Meth. Tea Box'Afternoon Ki. Aug. 14-Girl Guide Concert, Kiamar 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-Moth. Spring Fair. J'roo Sept. 19-Masquerade Hall, J'heroo Sept. 26-Diggors' Ball, Kiatna, Sept. 30-C. oB, 'rea Mooeeting, KL.' Oct. 7-Scoats ('hurch Spring Fair, Kt. ot. 14-C, or EB. Flower Show, J'roo Oct, 24-P1, & C, Mail, Albion Park. Oct, 20-Spring Show, Georrlingong, DOQ, 5--C,W,A, Y'ger Sot Dainc, KI,
S.D. & A.C.T. CRICKET COUNCIL Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
SAD & A.CT. CRICKET COUNCIL nnual Metig The 17th Annuail Meeting of tihe Soutthei n Distriictand A. T lck . et Council was heldiat' Wollongong on 26thh July when the President (M? 3. 'RC Iappflei ) presided,. over delegates fi om all affiliated Associn-n tions with the exceptii,1 on : c eoai haven fiomn, whlio din apology wa?' recoeived Ti?h Chairmal,, in ,1pening the ileeting ',? welconied ,the delegates' and', expt ressed pleasure,.. at seeing suich a. fine repiresetitation- of afili ated Associations' He was glad, to' sce representatives of, the N. S ,W. Cricket Association, in the persoins oL Messis,' H.; Heycdon anid R .; Herford,' preseiit: .The Annual, Report aild 'Filntificial ,Statement as presented weie adopt ed and', revealed a'. very satisfactory ear's activities. It ws' decided on the miotion of Messrs: A. W.; Harrod and V.' V. Mintorn that .the headquai'ters of the Council be located at Moss Vale The election of;officers resulted as follows:-" Patron: .Mr. R G....
RAINFALL At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
RAINFALL At Jamberoo Mr. H. Colley, of Jamberoo, has supplied us with the, following rain fall .recorded by him at Jamlieroo foQ' the month of July. July 3rd .......... 4 points July 5th .... . .. ... 5 points July 6th .. . ... . 10 points July 14th ......... 10 points July 17th ........ 8 points July 18th .. .... 4 points. July 27th .. .. ..... 4. points July 28th . .. .. 3 points July 30th... .. .. 2 points Total .. . .."..50 points
OBITUARY LOUISA MARY MACE—77 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
oBITUARY LOUISA MARY MACE 77YEARS 'Tihe death occur red .a;t hee dince' att Weiii b each e i ngong on Tuesday afL?ei oon last o6f Ms Louisa eMaiy .Mace' at he ageof 77 yei s. She, had ee i l h?al- th foir a con'siieirabla peid andi:e:' iouis to hei death, had been il bled for some thiee moniths /. ::Born ini Englaniid; :the :ate,.'Mirs; Mace camein to Australiai 'some 23: years ago and took up 'idence at Diunedoo Later she. im oved bto Ger ringong aand lived ii Fem n Sti eet, for , slhort pei iod be.oie taking up ?resi dlence at Weri iiBeach:where slie liha' resided for 17 yeai's She .was pi re deceased by lier.husband :in 1934 whilst tw o 'daughters, a.nd one", son also predeceased hei. , The late ,Mirs. Mace pi)ossessed, a haplipy. dislosition and :she made miany friends iin ,the Geriingonig disc trict wvho will regi'et: heie paissings, During heri long illness ishe ireceiv ed the loviiig cai e of her .daughter s especially, Constance:"iwho. resided withl her. 'Sympathy is extende...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
DEATH W ESTON--Joseph' Farnsworth, , on 3rd AAugust, °at Sandgate, Qiieens-, land. Soi- of the late Joseph tfind Margaret? Weston tand birother of Mary (deceased); Jolhn (deceased), Albert (deceased) and Eleanor, of Kiania. WE DNESDAY, AUGUST 6 1947rt WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6,:1947.
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
H IURCH SERVICES ON- SUNDAY NEXT: CHURC.H OF ENGLAND.-Kianima 7.45 a.iim. (10)- ) 11, a:nl. ,(MP), 7 .?in. (EP) Foxgroundl 10, a.m?. ,(MP) Ge?, ringong,:11,15i?:if (MP) .m:nin, (EP). Minnatmiuiria pni Rey. S.AMith stogie, Rector ,I CHURCH OF ENGLAND- Ja be roo 11in ' (H) Shellhaibo i 7 30 p.m'. i(EP) -Rev ' A H Edyards, lRector, PRESBYTERIAN Kiaima 10 amii. ai i ?7 'pi. .AHin Pair it 11i30>a :i. Jamnbeo 2 p in Rev H )H CHhilds METHODIST?-Kiamin. 1015 a.n). Mr!A.! A? Gorirell; Shelllia;bour: 11.15 tim, Kianma 7 p.?in (Connmmiunion) Rev. R:. C. 'Clark; Jamiberoo 11.15 a.iii. M,., N..Russell; Gerringong,.1 L:15 a.,, Mr: T. Ellerington: CHURCH " OF ENGLAND A olbion Park 11 a.m. (HC)-Rev. T. P Gdee, Rector. CONGRE?GATIONAL--Gerringong 11 a.ni. and ,7.:30, p;:m.-Rev. II 'E. Lawson.
REVIEW "THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
REVIEW "THE AUSTRAL.IAN JOURNAL" The roniance, drama and humour',_ of Austiralian life: in a'll its variety a.i'e 'brightly reflected ini this month's Australian Journial :Anong."a dozei , or so storis it's hardi tob pick the best, but "The Big. Caisson,' R: G. Perry's tale of bridge-btuilding . in. North Queensland, and / "Kaligoo6?lie Gold," Bein Nigl's' yarn oi'the West Australian goldfields, both' strike a vividly, picturesque note. ,Colourful, also, 'is "So Long, OCharlie!" a"em iniscence of the' droving days, by Frank Walfor:d. Lighter stories are contributed "by a number of popular women writers, while the main feat ui'e is th: 'second' instalment- of "The " Yearling,"'' the Pulitzer 'Prize novel by Marjorie' Kinnan Rawlings, on whVich the well-known film was based. At ,nixpence, The Australian Journal gives plenty for the money, but the quality:is as surprisinig as the quantity. ..
SPORTING FIXTURES For Next Week-end [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
SPORTING FIXTURES For Next Week-end All matches will be played on the first mentioned teami.'playing area. FOOTBALL First Grade Sheliharboulr v. Gerringong. Nowra v. Pyree. Milton v. Kiama. Jamberoo v. Albion Park. SReserve Grade Kiama v. Kangaroo Valley. Jamberoo v. 'Roseby Park. Junior Grade- Nowra V. Kiama. Berry v. Milton; Gerringong v. Pyree. Shellharbour v. Bomaderry. HOCKEY Kiama 1 v. Berry II. Kiama II-v. Nowra Juniors. Kanigaroo Valley v. Gerringong: N1owra I v. Berry I. Albion Park v. Nowra II. TENNIS (Men's Competition) Jamberoo I v Jamberoo II Gerringong IIv Gerringong I Shellharbour I v Dunmore II Dunmore I v Kiama Men's Kiama Catholic v Shellharbour II. RIFLE SHOOTING Spoon shoot, Aatographed Bulls eye and Bullseye Aggregate, at 300 yards. GOLF Kliarna: One stick competition for K, Pearce, Trophy, G.lerringong: Mixed Canadian Four some, BOWLS Gompletion of Pahrfi Clampi)onlhip,
KIAMA P.P. BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
KIAMA P.P. BOARD The Quarterly. meeting of the Ki? nma P.P. Board was held, in' the Council Chambers, Kiama on Thurs day last. The Chairmani (Mr. H. G. Fraser) presided,.: ,and there ,ere also present Messrs T. ,Weir, L. Maynes J',L Shaipe, E. Walker, H. 1E. Cook, T. Binks, A. E. Sitfinmers (Secretary) and S. Phillips, -(In spector), ELECTION OF' OFFICERS The election of officers for the en suing year resulted iii the retiring Chairmnan (Mr.. H. G. Fraser) beinig re-.elected and Mr.i J. L. Sharpe be ing re-ele~cted as his deputy. CORRESPONDENCE Main itemni of interest ini corres pondence was a letter from Jam beroo branch of the Primary Pro-: ducers Union asking (1) Can cattle cross' a i'oad from one paddock! to another without a travelling' stock pt;rmit (2) Can cattle` be taken from one farm to another which is con trolled by the owner without a per mit, (3) Can cattle be taken to a dry run without a permit and, can they be returned the same day. The Secretary stated that he had g...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL See "Illalarra Sales"' next *to illawaira Hotei, 88-90 Keira Street, W6?llongong, if you wish to buy or Isell a:.cam . Suinday .iext vill :.be observed in 'the Kianma Methodiist Chlilch Cir cuit as Young People's Sunday. * * .To-mlorrow (Thursday) night a meeting of inteiested bodies .f oiii' Lake lllawalfra to Gerringong is to be held in the Council. Chambers, Kiamna to discuss the need for im proved Educational facilities- at Kiama.
BETTER FARMING LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
BETTER FARMING LEAGUE The Better Farniming. League, Berry, is to make .`. pIresentaeion to the liersonf residing lii the Shoalhaven and Illawarira districts, whom it consideis has maifide tihe mostri? n'6tý' wh'rthy' " contribution's towards tlhe bettei;nenit of tle dairying itnduisti'y. 'The League feels that the Dairy luig rndustiy 6?ves a' great deal to the unselfish efforts of' individuals, who, often at a great sacrifice to thiemiselves have done much' td bring about better conditioils in tihe hin Auistryr. Organisations in' the district have been contacted aiid' the following gentlement have been nominated by one or moi're organisations: ..Mi'..C2.L Grey, Kiama;. The Hon A. N. Binks, M.L.C.; Mr. J. Watts, Terarat, via Nowra Mr. H. O.. Cox, Kangaroo' Valley; Mr. F. 1IcIntosh, Berry; Mr. G. Cullen', Foxground. The League has aipointed a spec ial committee to investigate the work done by ,these gentlemen and to assess its value to the industry. Their task is an unenviable one as ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
RECRUITS WANTED for 12 years Service in the S ROYAL J,,USTRALIAN NAVY t- Good Pay. Frte Medical and Dental Treat. tment. Opportunities for Promotion, Trayv1, aport and Improvement of Education. &GE GROUPS Srssumen, Stokers, Writers (Clerks), Sick Berth (tutinfs, Cooks, Stewards, Signalmen and Tele iraphasts,. Over 17i years and under 31 year.. lsipwrights and Joiners. - rradeamen of S years' experience up to i years. Apprentice Shipwrights and Joiners. (rcompleted oaf least 3 years) :tinimtum age 18 years. t, Fitters & 'Turners, Boilermakers, Copper. smiths, Patternmakers, Engline Smiths, Mould ers; Painters, Plumbers, Blacksmithe' and Dental Mechanics. Tradesmen eof 5 years' experience, up to age of 23 years. (Special eases up to 25 years) Apprentice Electrical Fitters (completed 3} years) for Electrical Artifleer 5th class. Minimum age 18 years. Musicians-17i to 23 years. Tradesmen will be required to. pass a trade test' before ;entry) ALl. CANDIDATES will be requi...
DON'T STRAIN LEG VEINS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
DON'T STRAIN LEG VEINS (Contributed by the Health Dept.) Corns and bunions on the feet are very':painful; A" liiip cannot be con cedaled like a viricose vein. As far as the doc'tor is co.cerned; the foot is 'a. part of ,the leg, so" anny trouble between knee and 'toes. calls for promipt ;atteinifon' A .stiff uppei lip isfi't nimucli 'se if legs or feet are neglected. Just as we rely on. our legs to wtilk, o' runi, so these limbs depend upoi anbother transport systemi- the veins which, convey blood from the foot and leg upward' to .the heart. ...If inything blocks or diverts the free flow ,pf blood; we soon find' out that soiilethiing is amiss. VALVES REGULATE BLOOD SFLOW It must be remembered that the veins.tire very different' from the tougher and more, resilient arteries. Leg veins are tubes with very thin walls. More important ,still, they have rather an . a*kwai'd task in conveying blood "ulphill" to the heairt. The actual pumping of this fluid is aided by the contraction of leg...
FODDER CONSERVATION Drought Safeguard [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 August 1947
FODDER CONSERVATION Drought Safeguard . It is with pleasure that I announce m~y approval of an expansion and substantial increase in the amounts made availab?le by the State Gov ernment under its Fodder Conserva tion Scheme, which allows of indiv idual landowners . acquiring fodder to be held against drought-time needs and to permit Co-operative Dairy Societies and Farmers' Rural Co-operatives purchasing and stor ing hay, grain and food concentrates for disposal to. their shareholders under like circumstances. It will be recalled that the New South Wales Labor Government in troduced its Fodder Conservation Scheme in 1944-the first practical contribution by any Australian Ad ministration to the security of the stock industry-the advances to farmers and graziers and to co-op eratives representatives of primary producers were limited, in the case of the Societies to £1,000 for the purchase of fodder and to a similar amount for its efficient storage. Under the amended and expanded schem...
JAMBEROO CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947
JA M B ER O,CLU BY Sha ni'ock) 1hen theyeasily defeated Nowi a .by The lbackst .o amed ,e wSeall throwing the b all aboutl Ind backhing tiu grandly, Trhe forwards, as usual,. played tieli iam d solid game aindl also cobinied well wiith the baci No,,wra supporters: agreed- that It" was one of the best exhibitions oft foot iall seen' on:' the local Sliowgriound oh 'a lonag timne. :' '; I am 'still in favonur of a committee to grade players for .first 'grade, all ungiaded players bieingg eligible for Reserves. Players could be` egra'ded throughout the .season,. Jainberoo is i~now-in the u.'ifortuniate ibosition: tihat. :they lhve playel;s who will not make 'the first team anid who, will not be' eligible for Reserves in the Seimis; haviig not played the, requii'ed numi-i ber of games at the 'eid of: the sefs on. This situation has ;iiain'ly been: brought about' b' inuries to play oers and the withdrawal of .somei Re serve Giade teams~i To-day .. (Satuirday)' both'" teams`' have. home ma...
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947
GERRINGONG CLUB Gerringong first graders journey to Shellharbour to-day (Saturday) and should record a win against the wooden spooners of the competition. The Gongs are still fighting to gain a place in the final four and must win this game to hold that chance. In juries are playing havoc with the team as no less 1han six regular players will be absentees today. As a result of this three Juniors have been promoted and will -play their first match in first grade. A general reshuffle has also been necessary and Neil Sharpe moves to full-back vice Noel Miller who becomes hook er replacing Bill Miller who will play in the second row. The team select ed is as follows:--- , Neil Sharpe, H. Miller, J. Quinn, N. Miller, 'K. Graham, K. Stephen, R. Mayo,, D. Sharpe, N. 'Love,; Jim Sharpe, K; ,Miller, Bi11 Millery, . 'Cronin: - '. > K, 'Bus leaAve$ Noble Bros , shop /at 2±5 1pm. Owing od the [act that several ;.uniois h)ave Ibeen selected in the flist adevteam, the Geriiingoi"g Jua ions hav...
KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947
KIAMA:CLUB Kialia .tealms , fo the week-end are as follows: First Grade-F. Pepper, J.Blanch, R Stead, A. Pepper, A. Gannon, F. King, R. Cambrell, J. Gannon, B. Andrews, F. Hardy, S. Weir, A. Sharpe, A. Millar. Reserve Grade-B. Robb, J. Mit chell, K. Evans; J. Lay, A. James, R. White, J. McDonald, R. Nicholls, M. Lay, J. Smith, W. Carson, J. Gannon, D. Carson. Junior Grade-G.. Smith, B. Leg gett, B. Windsor, J. Warren, T. Best, K. McGuire, J. Hanigan, F. Ryan, N. Mason, B. Spinks, M. Whittaker, J., Holz, J. James. The bus for the first :grade teani leaves Kiama at 11 a.m. on Sunday and'fortlhe' Junior grade at 12.15 p.m.