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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

In emnoriam i WIL?MAN--In tfo'd memory ofI my :dear- dad who passed away 9th August, 1946. . What wouldil give to see him smile To talk with him,and '.laugh awhile, To be htogether An the same, old way W'ould :be my dearest wish dear dad Sto-day. --Ielserted:iby-his fond daugliter Ai. WILDMAN-In treasured; memories ,o;f-itn :dear husband ;who -passed' away 9th August,'1946. I icannot clasp your hand dear dad Your. face I cannot see But ':tletliis: little token '1show, That I still rmemember, thee. -Insceted 'by his, devoted wife N. Wildman. ..--. . __ _ SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1947.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

(J`URCH SERIWCES ON' SUNDAY NNEXT i CHURCH :-OF:.ENGLANIO.-Ktiamii 7.45 :a.nm. (:?C)i anHi) . (MP) 7 P).ni. (EP) iFoxgi',ound 1;0 la:t. (MIP) Gel ri ngouig '11.15i ali (MP).:7" pin. (ElP) Milinanmuri'a 3 lp m.--Rev: S. A Mili stone, Rectoi, . CHURCH OF ENGL4 E. Jaibo ,oo 11 aJ in (HQ) Selie?ha boru 7.30 p.n (EP)- Rev A". H, Edwards, eoctor.i PRESBYTE RIAN fIsiaiiia 10 ainm., and 7 ::ni. ; Alliii Pa~l411 30 ami. Jainmberoo o 2 p.iim --Rev;' H HI Cliilds., METHODIST .-KI.niua 10.15 api? Mr' A: .A Gorr"elli Sliellharbour 11.15 a.lI.aI Kaiama 7 lini;. (Conimuniion) Rev. R C. .,C1 lk; , O Jaiiil eromoo' ,11.15 abin. Mr. N ?RhissellI Gerririong ..11.15 ai vMr.:T. Ellerington:... . CHURCH ,O FQ iENGLAND--Alioli, Paruk 11a.?. ai,' (IC) -Rev. T . Gee;e tRector . ' CONGREGATIONAL--Gerdiigolig 1L a.alin.aid 7. 30 p Revm.- r H E. I. ciW·f

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

LOCAL ' GOVERNMENT Your most precious asset is your Health. "In "sickness ,and in healthl"'-so runs the familiar phrase;. In other days the emphasis 'was on sickness, and its cure. It was normal to think in terms of "renredies;" but to-day medicine has' found. the answer to many of the scourges of mankind. and is concentrating on :the main tenance of good health. A healthy community is not pos sible without a high ptandard of public hygiene. Local Government has been on the offensive against disease for' hund reds of years. Throughout the cen turies Local Government in England has fought' a relentless battle against .ignorance and ' squalor, the arch-enemies of health. When Local' Government was transplanted to Australia about 100 years ago this line tradition of hygiene and sani tation came with it. The opportunity to live out his life in healthful surroundings is the birth right of every Australian child. Local Governmient has won him that birthright. Local Government safeguards y...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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AMBULANCE ATTENTION At Football Matches [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

AMBULANCE 't ATTENTION At Football : atches, Ambulance officer R,'R Jekins, accoDmpanied by. Honorary. AImbul aincemen Millett : and :Caiiite attend ed a hieeting ofKiama Football Club onu Tuesday,: night last' foir ',the -pur pose of settlinig a dispute, which ;:hd' arisen ?over a nbulance men, attend. ming rootball matches t iama Mi Jenikiass exiilained ' that an" agreement had been made. between thle Kiamna Football Club ahid Kiiama Anibulance by 'whichi the club" paid £5 to, the Ambulancea as an misur aice to cover, the cost 'of transport chairges for .injur'ed :players who" did not .subscribe to the iiAmbulance Contributiing 'Fund This .also cov ered the cost, of iirst ,aid' materialsi for the benefit of players, ,on tlie. ground. Mr. Jenkins said the Amiibulance did not' undertake, to supply i men to attend football matches as the meni who carried out. the. woi'k did so on a voluntary basis, and ieceived no payment whatever. Therefore they could not be coi lpelled to attend ga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

jWAY?S " touo Sprompt serines N Qality goods and low. prime are hand in hand. You, grocry needs will be supplied .tter hero, P. J. DAVIES STOREKEEPER Phone 138 NORTH KIAMA KIAMA RADIO SERVICE SELDON COCKS PHONE: Kiama 67. BE WISE-SHOP .AT . . . . W. HUGHES, CHEMIST Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMIST THAT SERVES YOU BEST PHONE KIAMA 46 FOR DELIVERY SERVICE WIDEST RANGE OF STOCKS AT CITY PRICES Use Hughes' Pharmacy Service for * Prescriptions Promptly and Accui'ately Dispensed. * Proprietary Medicines-Wide Assortment of Stocks. * Photographic Goode-Film (on quota), Developing & Printing. * Cosmetics and Toilet Requisites-Best Brands, Available * Veterinary Medicines-Veterinary Prescriptions Dispensed. "* 'HECHMIT H7 E~~sYO BST? I ? RllT A L i d((NTERNATIONAL THE full range includes ,tilities, " light, mediu:m, and ..: . heavy-duty Internationals in capacities from half ton i to ten tons. Ask us NOW for full information. See your local International Harvester Co. Agent J. N. K...

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HOCKEY KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

HOCKEY KIAMA CLUB Kiama I team play Berry II team at Kiama to-day (Saturday) com mencing at 2 p.m. and will be rep resented by the following: Merle Chin, Nola Waters, Pat Creagon, Marjorie Wilson, Betty Capes, Loma Martin, Mavis Rodgers, Doreen Irvine, Beryl Sproule, Mary Graham, Mrs. East. Kiama II team also play at Kiama and will oppose Nowra Juniors, play to commence at 3 p.m. The' team is:-Marie Richardson, Pat Wright, Dorothy Blanch, Judy Gannon, Helen McAuliffe, Margaret O'Brien, Olga Marks, Daphne Wilson, Merle 'King, Joyce Irvine. Reserves, Alva Evers and Pat Cox. GERRINGONG CLUB Gerringong travel to Kangaroo Valley to-day' (Saturday) and will be represented by the following: Mrs. Bailey, Joan Carroll, Margar et 'Campbell, Jessie Parkhill, 'Ursula Carroll, Marie Love, Jean Gemmill, Ka.th Taylor, Beryl Walker, Mary Johnson and Joyce Graham. Re serves, Mary Sharp and Fay Chittic;k.

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GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB Gerringong Club is holdiiig a Mix ed Canadian Foursome- competition this (Saturday) afternoon over, 18, holes. On Saturday last' an 18- holes \ Stroke competition for the Presi- dent's trophy, resulted: J. W. Parkhill .. .. 84 16 68S K. Hockaday .... . 91 22 69 R. Jones .. .... .."..:89 18 71 C. H. :Gillard .. .. .. . 103 32 .71 R. O'Keefe........ ..90 16. 74 W. Hockaday '.. .. .. 101 27 74 V. J. Walker.. . .. . .. 84 8 76. J. Carson .. ...... 99 23 76. C. Sharpe .. ., . . 95 19 .76. Rev. H. E. Lawson .. .. 109, 31, 798 E. W. Holt ..... .....98 19 79 On :Tuesdayy afternoo the Assoc iates held an 18 holes Stroke coin .)etition for Mrs. Langton'S .trophy., which resulted: :Mrs. R. T. H. Miller .. 91 .26 65 Miss A. Miller .. .. ...102- 34 68 Mrs. V. J. Walker .. 93 24 69 Mrs. A. W. Noble .. :..108 '34 74 Mrs. R. H. Miller .... 92 17 '75 'Mrs. J.. W. Parkhill .... 106 28 78 Mrs. A. Stebbing.. .... 105.: 26 79 Mrs. J. Page ., . .. 114 33 81 Miss J. Miller. .... ., 12...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

FOR SALs-Guas Stove, 5:Jet,~::inL . luding griller, ,20 x l5 inch non': stoop oven--£8. In good order., ApMls-' ply M. Evers, Kiamna. • ,RETURN THANKS MR. & MRS. DAVIS, of Ryl?tone, wish to .'thanlk. Matron and.Nirsin'g Staff of Ksiania. Hdspital;:i also lMis..i J., George an l all friends and i?ela tions who sent floral- 'triiites :';?nd fiessages o..f symiipathy in: tle iecelit death of their only soii Stuart Rodney TENDERS, TENDERS closinlg 21st Atigiist are invited. fblor the Eliection of:.!: a Fish :Depot..at Kiaina 'Whlarf.· Plans aiind spectfications: niay? be inspected si l Pai1khill fLeen and' B.iels Offie; Matingli ig Street, Kiama,; Th? :lowest or, any tender not nec essariljy accepted. i: S . C. BROWN, Secretary. Fishermen's. Co-operative Society Municipality of Jamberoo TRIENNIAL LIST OF ELECTORS NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to 'Ordinance 14 under the Local Government Act, 1919, that the orig inal, list of Electors and Ratepayers made in' the year 1947 'for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER F.: E. PALIN PHONE: KA A 82 During these difficult days, no business, ig more handicapped '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 inconvenience 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 PHONE KIA 7. Berry visited every Wednesday. Albion Park 1st & 3rd Tuesdays Dapto, Mondays 7.30 to 9 p.m. BUY LOCKETT'S AMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers: DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers, Green grocers. Deliveries daily to KI. ama, Jamberoo and Shellharbour, Phone 185. J...

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KIAMA A. & H. SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

, 1 ", .l.,, ,11 " . .. . .; '.' ." :.. . " ,I. ' .. ), The monthly meeting of the Kiama A.' and H, Societ as eld in,. ,the Council Clhaiiibai Ki.iania'd onl Wdd `nesday.nigliht liast The 1iesidelnt (Mr, C ?G M1icGincihe?).' occupiied the chairi anid theie \ieie also pisc ent 'Messis. ,:C., W King; C.` R. 'Chit tick, 0. K., East, A. W. IDowi es, 0. G Shaipe, A.J Campbell R H. Fryer; T Weli R J. Wilson, H., Lyoins, A. I Fiedeiicks, C0 Cooper, A 0 Girey S E: Smiith J Phillips, J.I F . Swan, W. G.Walker, F. E. Reid, W.: Aidersoo i;W 'J. Walkerl, 'A. H: Jones' A~ Aiexande' and A:. Oakes"' (Seci'etariy): Apologies: weie:'ie'ceived f i'fom Messils; :G. Grey `and -H.I C; Cooiperl CONDOLENCE , The Presideti:.ni'oved resolutioils of condolence' .to the' relatives of the late H. O, Honey, H. D,- Richardson, Robert Cliittick, Mrs. J. :W. 1Henry,' J. F. Weston, ,.Miss Carroll and , to Mr. G: Grey in -the death of his sisteii. and Mr. H. C. Cooper in the death of his hbrother-in-law. :The motion...

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FOOD FOR BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 August 1947

FOOD FOR BRITAIN The Australian: .Meat Board's decision, to?i, t eniinate on .31st July; its appeal to Producers to make more meat ,available :fori' the expoi't m ark et, has no. i elatiop to ;tie appeal 'for the voluntary surrender of meat and butter coupons being made by the Ausitralian Red Cr'oss 'a;ld the Com monwealth ' Government, 'said the Minister for ;.Trade and Customs (Senator : ourtice),this w'eek. Already more 'than two, and a quarter million. meat coupons. and one hundred and fifteen : thdusand butter. coupons have been :contrib uted throughout Australia: :repre senting a very valuable contribu tion to the. amrount of food available for export. The appeal for' the voluntary sur rendel, of coupons will be continued for some time and people wishing to help the British FooddReiief Appeal in this way should cancel.their. un used coupons with' a cross "so that they cannodtBe used again and send: them to Red Cross Box XYZ in their capital city, iArranigements have been made ...

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"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947

" ROUNDABOUT"' BY "THE MAN IN THE STREET Tennis, entmhusists?' iiiin this district (and there aire .uite a iei)have unique oppoltuiiity?i on .Monday.;night neaxt (18th) of seeing tennis :a? its best.,1 ,Davi's 'Cupfli of 16 wtrlucli the iUS A defeated `Austalia: is to be screenedin Kiaia Possibly youir style of play maybe bettei than that of Jack: Kramer, Ted'Schroder, lohn ?i, mwichi, Dinny Pails ;etc, the chief actors in this show buttat least 'you could go along and see how, tihey. make lthe, ,mistakes ',that? ydu con't. Otheir s'pprts followeris too, sliould be keen ?to .witness' these world stars in; action: It is ceitainly' an. oppoirtunity not to. be ,missed T'ennis Sec A:Alan Zieims li has all th, details. Speaking of tennis, Kiaia. Catholic Club Ladles team won the final of their conipetition', veiry decisively against Grriingong women folk last w eek but. hiave still to 'witlistanid a. cliallenge froin :the same 'clubi ,wlio were minor piemifei s. This tussle takes place 0...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947

Itw * prmtservice a S?? his sen QalIty goods and low prices are. hand in hand ~TRY Ile You, gocry needs will be supplied better her., P. JI DAVIES STOREKEEPER Phone 138 NORTH KIAMA I~MA RADO SERVICE PHONE.: 7am. 67e C S.~a o oX c oNMZ oN2 oor oooo o,.y-,, ", .. . ... .. ,;:,rdoo * o BE W ISE -.SH OP A T ... UG . CM. : D4 W II W UGHES, CHEMIST Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMIST THAT SERVES YOU BEST PHONE KIA4MA 46 FOR DELIVERY SERVICE WIDEST RANGE OF STOCKS. AT CITY PRICES Use Hughes' Pharmacy Service or * Prescriptions Promptly and Accurately. Dispensed:, * Proprietary Medicines-Wide Assortment. of Stocks. SPhotographic Good.--Film .(on, quota), Developing & Printing. * Cosmetics and Toilet Reduis!tes---Best Brands Available * Veterinary Medicines--Veterinary Prescriptions Dispensed. IN TRAO L y: '.:ýi ::,ý i '. ':5"t "- yTr. i: ' I 1 ET RNATIONAL THE full range? includes utilities, light medium, and heavy-duty Internationals in capacities from half ton . ? to ten tons. Ask...

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CATTLE SECTION For 1948 Royal Easter Show [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947

CATTLE SECTION For 1948 Royal Easter Show The Cattle Section, Conmmitteb' of the Royal Agricultural Society has made a complete revision of the cat tle schedule for the 1948 Royal Easter Show, to be held from 20th March to 31st March next. Entries close finally on: Monday, 2nd Febru ary. , , In: the Dairy Section on the reconm mniendation.of the United Dairy Cattle Breeders' Associatioin, the .Society has decided -that the age of the ex hliibit shall he the actual age up to and inclusive of 1st January, .1948. Last ye'r March 1 was: the date. SNext year's classes for each. greed will be arranged in the order in which they will be paraded before the judges, preference being given to the milk classes. Apart from this alteration, all 1947 classes including the sub-section for Dairying Cattle owned by Junior Farmers have been. retained.

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RAINFALL At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947

RAINFALL At Gerringong The\ following is the rainfall re corded at the Gerringong Post Office for the month of. July. July 1st ...... .. ... 4points July 3rd.. .... .. .. 4 points July 5th .......... 5 points July 30th . .... .. 23 points Total .. .. ........36 points

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947

USHEL CASES Pineapples 10/6; Pawvpaws 12/6, Mixed 12/-. Add 4/6 per case rreight.-S. CHILDS, Wamuran, Queensland. ,:HORSE RIDERS AL L clay i'ide o .Mirantittui tira j?ails I oil', SUNDAY, ,-17th, 'AUGUST', Book early-For fu rther. particuliars ilione Kltania 185 orall c1128. Farmer Stieet,: Valerie Sylvia and Shlrley Windsoi. RETURN .THANKS THE-Misses Honey sincerely thank S!all;: lihd f'riends' and irelatives r flohforal ;tributes,' lettersi cards and imessages of sympathy in their beir cilyeunent. - Please acceipt this as personal'. th.nks. C.D anid L M. HONEY IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SO'UTHII WALES PROBATE . JURISDICTION .IN THE WILL of HENRY S DIXON RICHARDSON late of Jamberoo in the State of S New .Soulth Wales, Wheel S wright; deceased. APPLICATION will be made after fourteen days from the Publica tioi hereof that Probate of thd last Will and Testament dated the Ninth day of April One thousand nine htin dred and thirty one of the above named deceased may be granted to ISABE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947

YEARS OFI: RELIABLE- SERVICE TO THE FARMER WITH,' !Newpro Product ." ý ~- "THE 'HIGHEST QUALITY " , NEWPRO DAIRY MEAL" , 'ALL: PRODUCE LINES .. VITAMIN :A' & AD OILS FOR POULTRY AND DAIRY. HERDS A RiCULTURAL SEEDS, FERTILIZER Eveli vtling tle , fani'mci want' in Feed or Equfipmnt. Asl us flirs, 'your enquii ies' will be gitven prompt 'and.: gourteotis, a ttention.? ,b hock L irn i bag quiaitities FIRST CLASS SEED P TATOES WE ARE ,THE EGG BOARD AGENTS FOR KIAMA AND BUY EGGS NoPermi otor Registratldon necessary Bring your Eggs to Us Call in and Inspect our' Stocks at N. SA. W PR0DUCE CO. P TY LTD Manning Street - Kiama. RING, & ORDER NOW .. KIAMAA 210' Agents fol':- NEPTUNE OIL, MASSEY HARRIS & YATES' SEEDS., ,Man ama ana ana manes& m m a AM a a M M MM M A M r W1LESS AND RERIGERAORS SALES -AND SERVICE Courteous Attention to inquiries RO!BERTSm KIAMA - --- - - Phone 60 sw w w ww w w w NEALLI'S ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE 40 TERRALONG STREET, KIAMA SUPPLIE...

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Rifle Shooting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947

Rifle Shooting, The Kiama Rifle Club held a shoot from the "300. yard mound on Saturday last for a Spoon Trophy andthis went'to F. Curry who scored a possible. Owing to the uncertain weather conditions the shoot was restricted to one stage. H. Brown with a score of 48 off the rifle won the Cock of the Walk badge from O. Grey with a score of 46 off the rifle. Scores-10 shots at 300 yards: F. Curry .. .. .. ,,. 50 HI. -Brown .... , . . .. .. 48 A. Weston . ... . .. .... 48 PI, Alexander .. .. .... .. 47 O. J. Alexander . .. ... . . 47 0. Grey .... .. .. .. . ....46 C. Morgan ...... .... .. .. 45 S.Love....... .... ....... 44 I~. Stead .. .. ... . .. .. .. 43 J. Wiley... .. .. ...... .. 43 F. Hanigan ........ .. .. .. 41 D. Davies .. .... . .... .... 41 C. Boniface .......... .. 41 H. Porrltt .... ...... .. ,39 L. Boniface .. .. .. ........ 33 D. Taylor .. ...... .. .. .. 32 H. Johnston .. ? .. ........ 30

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MONTHLY MEETING OF ALBION PARK A. & H. ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947

MONTHLY MEETING OF AL ION'PARK A. & 1 ASSN. The monthly neeting ý 'the Al' LionýA i rk'A. atd H. A sochtion w^ivhs heid on Frida;: niglht last w.,hn th e P esiclent (M1i:J. R. Graa ) ;oc6u pied:: the' chaii and' :the'I:" ftollo"ii? oiominitt6en n '.wei e, pesent: Meg-f ri s.' IJ, BA .,Whlker; "_M Wa1sh;,1` Jackii O('Gormaian, ,Daw?esR,; cauody, A Conolon Go Downes Du ster, F. J:. Giaha;i ; J.ohnston M, Lyons 'J. LMatin B McInerney S. H B McDonl Si I. Prinibs W Wright, C. Cook; S. Thomas uand the Secretary .(R. .'G. Yoill). Ain ,pology foi, habsence 'was ie cie , gin Mr{ s0? i.'ves . O' NDOLENCE A motioii: of sympathy to the.i fol07 loving families in ' their beieaye+ ments was carmied in the usual man neie: -,McDonald Steveinson , Rowve, Grey, Richairdsonl and Carroll. rThe President stated that a new iron g ate for the' main entrance would be 'ayailable for delivery in about. 8 weeks timne.... Mr. Dawes rieported on the .condi tfon of the coppei house , and it was' decided ...

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Golf KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947

Golf KIAMA CLUB ... Last week-end results .are as. follows: F. Shal'pe ........ 102 31 ;71 E. Evans . . .. .93 19 .74 K. O'Brien .. .. .. ... 106 30 76 W. Peck.... .. .... 83 ,-5 78 C. Boyd ., . . . .. .. 92 12 80 K. Oliver r . . ... .. ."117 36 81 A. Boyd .. . . ...,106 22 84 S. Boyd.... ..... 110 25 S5 M. Evers .. .:. ...122 36 86 JY Richardson ........135 36 99 G. Alkhin'.. , ........127 26 101 The following is tlhe drawv for the Four-ball AggregateStableford conm petition to be held on Saturday next 16th August. . B. Moore and S. Boyd v. K. Pearce and F. Sharpe; ..J. Richardson and W. Peck v. C. Boyd and B. Fuller; H-I. Brown and K. Oliver v., A. Boyd and M. Evers; E. Evans and R. O'Brien v. G. Alkin aind' G. Conn; R. O'Brien and D. Boyle v. W. Walker and' Rev. Irish; J. Hinds and K. Jar ratt v. K. Fryer and C. Mosckos. GERRINGONG CLUB r Gerringong Club held a . Mixed Canadian Foursome over. 18 holes on Saturday whiilr resulted: Mi's.' E. Langton and E. J. Miller 90 26 64; Mrs. ...

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