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TEA BOX AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
,. T?- A BOX AFTERNOON Ki t'?'ia Methodist Ladies Ohui ch ela most sucesul TeaBo Attein on in the 1Chuich o, England ,Suniday ,School 'Ha'll o'"' ir -, ITlfursday ;afternoon last: S..ioceedings openiied'wit' the tNatioual Anthei'n played by4Mi`s II Rev. R I Oark in opening th Pette t linked' 'the Rector:, (Rev, ,S a,, Mairestione) and tl-i',4 COluir~cli' of England Conimmittee for. allowing the, ladles to hliold theik, afterlioon iii ,the' hall? iwhicl was much lairged:thahi the Methodist Hall, ''lie thankedalail wiho: had assisted in ina'tigi the unction, a ?..success: Preparation toi this annuai` elforit. had` entailed nuc 1 ;woik byei the past' ew imouths and lhe congratulat ed the ladies on the success achiev ed. In; conclusion he thanked the', judge for oflcinati}ig aiid the generial public for' their .atronage. The cake stall w?as artistically decoiated in a daffodil motif with' ellov -and ,green: crepe paper 'Ilie cakes and other eatables were 'sold out '10; minutes aftei' se...
Hockey [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
Hockey Kiamua 1 6 goals (M. Rodgers 3, Mrs. Last 2, B. Sproule goals) de feated Belry II 1 goal, Nowra Juniors 2 defeated Kiama 11 1 (M, O'Brien goal). The Kangaroo Valley and Gerrin gong girls met on the former's ground on Saturday last when a hard and interesting game took place. The Gerringong forwards w.vere tho first to settle down, and gave the de fenders many anxious moments, but the Valley goalie was on the job and brought off many brilliant saves in the first few minutes. Joyce Graham the Gerringong left winger, cleverly beat Mrs. Henry, the Valley right back and passed in to Mary John son who was able to score an easy goal just seven minutes' from the start. Gerringong continued to keep., up the pressure and forced several corn ers, but were unable to convert. The right wing now became prominent, Kath Taylor and Jean Genimill cpm bhining well. Beryl Walker, taking advantage of a' misunderstanding be tween the Valley backs went through to score when very close in to the goa...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
IHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT CHURCH OF EILAND-Kiarna 7.45 a.ni. (HO); 11 a.m:n (MP),, 7 p.mi (?EP); Foxgi'ound 10" a.m. (HO); Ger ritigong 11:15 a.m. (HO), 7 pim. (EP) Rev. S. , A:Mainstone;, Rector. CHURCH OF, ENGLAND-Shell) harbo14 1l a.in m (MP); 'Janmberoo 7 p.m. (EP)-Rev ,A. Edwards, Rector. '.CHURCH OF; ENGLAND-Albion Paillk 7.15 pn. pi(EP) Rev. T. Gee, Rector. METHODIST-Kiaiiia. 10.15 a.;. .J?,ibe:ioo 11:15 a.ini:' Shelhairboui'd 7.30 p.m. Student; Gerrii0ongo 11ii5 m;';,. Kianal7 p in -Rev:. R.` 0. Clark. PRE-SBYTERIAN-KIciama, 10 a.nm. and 7 ii.m.; :'Jainbemoo 11.30 a.ii.; Minriaina.ut3a 3 p.nt.-Rev. ,H. H. Childs. CONGREGATION AL-Gerringohg 11 a:in. `'and 7.30 pi.ii.-Rev. H.. E. [liawson.
FIRST GRADE JAMBEROO v. ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
FIRST GRADE JAMBEROO v. ALBION PARK This match was played ait Jam beroo on Satiurday .tnd resulted in a win for the home team by 8 points to 4 after they had led 5 to 2 at halt time. The Roos forwards prov Cd t6o strong for the Park pack es pecially in the rucks. Best players for the winners were G. Thompson, G Ingold and D. Mitchell whilst for the losers L. Doyle, B. Raftery and H. Pearson. Albion Paik defended the western end and soon after' play commenced T. Russell kicked a penalty goal for the Roos. Soon after J. Swan scor ed a try after a concerted movement and T. Russell failed to convert. The Park then attacked and B. Raf tery kicked an excellent penalty goal from well out: R. King was dangerous when lhe toed through from halfway to the Park line but McBarron saved well by finding touch at the Park 25. The Park then came on the attack and B. Raftery failed with a penalty kick for goal. Play came back to the Park 25 and T. Russell failed with a penalty kick. The Park attacked...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
In Memoriam KING-In lovilig memory of .nity. dear son and our brother, William Pat rick, who passed away 12th Aug- tist,. 1943. Our little son was oily lent, One' of the best. God ever senit,. He lives with .us in, memory still,. . Not' to-day but always will. -Inserted by hiis loving father and sisters Bessie and Madeline . SULhe Kttiist Itthepitrithent WEDNESDAY, -AUGUST 13, 1947
FULL HIGH SCHOOL FACILITIES AND MORE CLASSROOMS WANTED AT KIAMA CENTRAL SCHOOL Large Public Meeting Elects Committee [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
FULL' HIGH SCHOOL FACILITIES AND MORE CLASSROO MS WANTED AT KIAMA CENTRAL SCHOOL Large Public Meeting Elects' Committee A. large meeting was held in the Kiama Couidiil Chambers on Thurs day night last wvhen s6ome 40 dele gates from. interested bodies with-. in tthe municipalities of 'Kiama, Jamberoo, Shellharbour and Gerrin gong,, met to 'coisider the nieed for increased ediUcationial" faciltitles at Kiama. In opening the. conference, the IMayor- of Kiania (Ald. W. R. Holden)' w1ho presided, welcomed all :dele gates to .the' Conference and expres sed the Kiama Council's pleasure that it was so representative. The Mayor considered that the subject to be discussed, in provid ing adequate educational facilities for the presenit' and future needs of the area, is of such paramount iixn portance that it' behoved every citi zen to co-operate wholeheartedly -in the movement. , He said the dis trict under consideration was i'apid ly developing and with. the expan sion of heavy industries at ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
HIE TIDES SThe following times .are taken ac at ' Fort Denison; ..Sydney. *Klama is approximately 20 minutes later:- ' AUGUST Wednesday 13th: High,, 5.11 a.m. and 535 p.m.; Low 10.49 a.m. Thursday 14th: High 6.20 a.m. and 6.34 p.m.; Low 12.20.a.m. & 11.50 a.m. Friday 15th:, High 7.15 a.m. and 7.26 p.m.; Low 1.16'a.m. & 12.50 p.m. Saturday 16th: High 8.5 a.m. and 8.16 p.m.; Low 2.6 a.m. &.1.45 p.m. Sunday 17th: High .8.54 a.m., and 9.3 p.m.; Low 2.55 a.m. & 2.40 1.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These coupons may be used at fwresnit:- \.. 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 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).
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
COMING EVENTS 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. 18th-Meth. Spring Fair, J'roo Sept. 19-Masquerade Ball, J'beroo Sept. 26-Diggers' Ball, Kiama. Sept. 30-0. of E. Tea Meeting, KI. Oct. 7-Scots Church Spring Fair, Ki. Oct. 14-C. of E,. Flower Show, J'roo Oct. 24-P. A C, Ball, Albioni Park, Oct. 29-Spring Show, Gerringong. Dec, 5~-C,W,A, Y'ger Set Dance, KI,
ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
ALBION PARK NEWS The annual Ball, of the Pride of Allowrie Oddfellows Lodge, Albioil Park, "was held. on Wednesday night last and was well attended. The weather favoured the occasioin and a most enjoyable evening re sulted. ~'he Secretary,. Mr. Hilton Pearson,. had worked hard., foir the success of the ball and he deserves much credit. for the success which rewarded his efforts. Mr. R. Inskip was the M.d. and with the co-operation df. Addison's Orchestra kept interest so higlih that the majority of the patrons .Stayed until 'the end of the ball. An excellent supper, served by the ladies, jazz. caps and other novelties, added a finishing touch. During the evening the "Belle of the Ball" was selected by Mrs. J. Bingham, who. chose Miss June Anderson, who wore a .black satin back crepe frock, made with, a full skirt and draped over one shoulder and finished with a large black vel vet bow. The 'bodice was "covered both back and front with silver. 'beads and gold sequins.' She/ also wore...
MEMORIAL HALL COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
MEMORIAL HALL COMMITTEE A', meeting of the. Commnittee elec?t=. ed to :,devise ways and: means of, raising funds to build' a miemoriial hall a??nd civic. centre at Kiaiiia', was lield in the .Council Chaniber s, Kiama. on Friday night last. ' Mr. N E. Hiindiharsh was voted 'to thlie chiai: and Ithe . folowini" (were. also. piesent ;--Msr. . Tongue ; Miss U. Martin aiid Messs. Y2 I-i:' Long,. J:. Delaney,.. T. Patton, P. J. Gale,' F E. R'eid, ;. R:FBattyaand HI. Lyons (Secretary). The clialirlan asked the :: meeting for suggestions. In reply to Mi. Patton, Mr. Lyons said the Council would.. pr obably raise the difference betweein the fin? ance the Conmmittee iraised and the cost of the hall, by a special loan. Mr. Lyons said that they would not be able to commence building for some years but they should proceed to raise the necessary finance at once. Mr.. Delaney.. said he had some friends in Sydney who would put ,on a floor show at any Ball. Mr. F. E. Reid said there was a wonderful...
M.Z.D.C. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
M.Z D.C. ,JA `well attenlded ?leeting of,, the Manlagcn int'Oommittee'of the Milk Z6nde Dairymiien's Council was held in Sydney on the 31st July last?' Mi'. E. J . Noble , Geineral. Presideint; oc cupied the:, chii and extended a \welcome to the nene delegaites, .Mi, F.. Se dgw ick, Prodiucers'I Rep iesentative on the Milk Board 'was 1present, and lie .'supplied a ,,state inent to 'the delegates? ?pointing outi the' seriotius position thath had arisen thriougli fletietlit . milk rationing. The possibility .of ?rocessed milk and milk and cream mix finding "their way on to the 'market and thereby effecting the future demands for whole milk was stressed, However, 'on figu'es supplied it ,yould alppear that an exteiision of the zone would become necessary in the near' future. I; this action was decided upon the section of the Milk Act. dealing with quotas would be applied to any new areas. Mr. Turton, General Secretary, pointed out that a statement had been- prepared to present ' to the...
ART EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
ART 'EXHIBITION Residents of the Municipalities of Shelllharbour, Jamberoo, Gei riigong. and Kiama.are. cordially invited to attend the Art Exhibition to be `held in the. Council Chambeirs, Kiaiiia be tween 18th ailnd 28th August, ,when three sessions have been arranged daily, viz:-between 10 na:nm. to 12 noon; 2 p.n. to 4 p.m. and, 7.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. (Sunday; 25ith August excepted). The Mayor of Kianma, Aid. M. R. Holden, will officially open the Ex hibition on Tuesday, 19th August at 8 p.m. and .a Guide Lectureil, froi the National Art Gallery, will be. in attendance. The public are invited to, be present at the official opening.' The Exhibition presents a unique opportunity for -iesidents to inspect, pictures by the best Artists whilst on display in their own district and the organising comniiittee confidently hopes that the public will take ad vantage of the opportunity thus pre sented. There will. be no charge for adinis sion to any of the Sessions, and,, catalogues of the ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
PERSONAL Ms. W. T Beddse of Piospect Road, Summininer. Hill. and ;her', sisteri' Mrs. A. 'Haindley, of A?ilawalh;: are" spending. :a holiday at Kiai a jSistei 'Anne Robeietson woi s nursing 'at the War, Memorial;Hospit-. a is on holidays and attayig, With Aher par ents Mi' anid Mis: A. Robert son, iof Bainey- Shet rAKi, . The .Ntoith East Review" I?I tile., August isiue oln its Radio Pa?egie ~sve Swi,:ite up of Mri Keith'iMcClelland who is :t hie Aniiouncer atStation 2MW. His the -son'o ofr ad Mri's. H: O. McClellah?d f' Mt:.:Peas-, aiit, haian aand frshthbk iup announ ciig;vith 2WL Wollongong. Since; then he lias been at 2HR, 4BC;,' 4MB 4SB, 4GR and :2LM. Besides .ainnoun-' ciilg he takes gpait in' radio plays (writing, producinig and acting) and becasibnally acts as yrelief inaiiageir of the statio- n.,
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
LOCAL. & GENERAL See IlawaPi - Sales" next to Ila,"arra Hotel, 88-90 ?eira St eet, \oloiggig, it ouwi;h ll &lt; yt y sell a car ....Relders ,i111 lbe iuterested tonoie tat 'ini a,;dvertiseineiit appeasr in ths issue calling tenlers tfo the :erction o?t the flu ist .of the .builings to 13 etrected ito increase the size of tlhe. Kiani.aDistrih lct.Hospital to allow' a aternity wipig to, be added:;
EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
i EDUCATION In another- columnn in this issue is a report of a public meeting held on Thursday night to discuss the need for improved educational facilities at Kiamin Central School . to plrovlde secondary education for children be t~veen Lake Illawarra aird Gerrin gong. The proposal. is an excellent one and: should, receive the support of all.parents in tl is district. However the problenm will lbe to make the Ed i cation' Department seP the proposal in the same light. The move is not altogether., an original one as the Kiama . Parents anid Citizens have on numerous occasions during the past . 20 odd years endeavoured to bring the pre sent proposal about. However, the number- of children likely to attend the school was always too small to warrant the expense of buildings and teachers. Now, however,, with the progress of the. district and the higher school ieaving age, this is-not the case .. It has been estimated that there are 300 children who would attend the school made up as fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
RECRUITS WANTED for 12 years Service in the ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY ' good Pay. Free Medical and Dental.Trut*• merit. Opportunities for Promotion, Travel, .port and Improvement of Education. AGE'GROUPS anesiten, Stokers, Writers (Clerks), Sick Berth Satings, Cook., Stewards, Signalmen and Tele. Sraphists. Over 174 years and under2 yea. . .hipwrights and Joiners. .radesmen of 5 years' experience up to I years. Apprentice Shipwrights and Joiners. - (completed at least 3} years) liinmunm age 18 years.. Fitters & . Turners, Boilermakers, Copper smiths, PLatternmakers, Engine Smithas, Mould era, Painters, Plumbenr, Blaeksmitha and Dental Mechanles. Trlenmea ot 5 years' expesience, sp to ago of 23 years. (Speeal sme up to 25 years) Apprentice Electrical Fitters (completed 2j Syears) for Electrical Artlceer 5th dass. Minimnuin agpe 18 years. Muslclana-171 to 23 years. Tradesmen will be required to pass a trade test before ehtry) ALL CANDIDATES will be required to produce Birth Certif...
BOY SCOUTS Group Scoutmasters [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 August 1947
BOY SCOUTS Group Scoutmasters The importance in the Scout Move ment of the Group Scout Masters was fully emphasised last week-end when twenity men attended a train ing week-end at Mt. Keira Scout Camp. The object of the, training was to educate the men who have. taken on the position of Grout. Scout Master in the various groups on the Sputh Coast and Tablelands.. Men travelled from as far south as Bega and from Moss Vale and Bowral on the Table lands to join Grotup Scout Masters from the North Illawarra and South Illawarra districts on the coast. The training course was,, conducted by Mr. L. Dole, a.. Deputy Camp Chief and a State Headquarters Commissioner for training. Mr. Dole was assisted by the Area Commissioner of the South Coast and Tablelands and the activities of the course covered all sections in the management , and advancement 'of Scouting. SOUTH ILLAWARRA DISTRICT The South Illawarra District com pletes its first year of operations with the annual meeting, which will be ...