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FOOTBALL DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

FOOTBALL DRAW The followying .Ts the draw for the South Coast Rugby. Football League Conmpetition, for 'thes season: . JUNIOR GRADE All matches to be pliyed on ground of first irnentioed; Club." 1st ROUND ;Nowra v. Bomaderry; Pyree v, Shellharbour; Milton v. Gerringong; ' Berry. v: Kiama. 2nd ROUND---Pyree v 0Nowra; Bomaderry v. Milton; . Shellharbour v. Kiama; aGeirringonig V. Berry. .3rd ROUND---Nowra v. Shellhar bour; Gerringong , v. Bomaderry; Berry v,, Pyrce;' Milton v Kiama. 4th ROUND-Nowra v. Milton; Kiama v. Pyree; Berry v. Boma derry; Shellharbour v. ,Gerriingong. 5th ROUND-Gerringong v. Now ra; Berry v. Shellharbour; Boma derry v. Kiania; Pyree ,v: Milton. 6th ROUND-Kiama v. ' Nowra; Milton .v ,Berry; Pyree 'v. Gerrin gong; Bomaderry v. Shellharbour. 7th ROUND-Berry. v. Nowra; Gerringong v. Kiama; Shellharbour v. Milton; Bomaderry v. Pyree.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIAMA COURT COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

KIAMA COURT COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS A defendant, charged with carry ing a pillion rider whilst lholding a learners permit for wliom Mr. ,Kearns entered a plea of. guilty: was fined £3.' Seven similar cases were heard ex-parte. Six were fined £2 and one £3. . Deihairmn John Jones was ,fined .£ 4 for having uinserviceable brakes on the motor' cycle lie was' riding, For driving a car at 42" m.p.h. through a built up area another. de fendant was fined £3. Reginald John,, Sutherland" was fined £5 for :driving a Parlour Coach containing 25 passengers at a speed of 46 nm.p.h. through a built up area at Dapto. Clarrie Nixon was represented by Mr. Kearns who pleaded guilty 'on his behalf to a.,charge of driving a, motor car 'with inefflcient brakes. The vehicle had been involved in a collision. He was fined £4: William .Horrent,' charged with driving a car over 'the double litre. was `represented by Mr. Kearns 'vho tendered a plea of guilty. 'Fined £ 4. James P. Blade was represented by Mr. ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT PRESBYTERIAN-Klama 10 anm. ?and 7.30 p.m.; Jamberoo 11.30 a.m.; M1linnamurra 3 p.m.-Rev.' H H.-I. Childs. SMETHODIST-Kiuma 10.15 a.nim KIr. T. ElleringtQn; 7 p.nu. Mr :D. M. Stewart; Jamberoo 11.15 a.m. Mir. N., Russell; Gerringong .1115 .i. Mr.: A. A. Gorrell. CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Klama 7.45 ,.m. (HC), 11 a.m. (MP), 7.30 u.m' (EP, Preacher, Rev. R. C. M. Long, B.A., Rural Dean); Foxground :10 anm. (HO) Gerringong 11.15 a.m.' (HC), 7.30 p.m. (EP)-Rev. S. A. 'Iainstone, Rector. CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Albion Park 7.15 p.m.' Evensong-Rev. T.,G Gee, Rector. CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Jam beroo 11 a.m.; Shellharbour 7.30 p.m. I-ev. A. H. Edwards, Rector. CONGREGATIONAL-Gerriilgong 11 a.m.-Rev. O. N. Parry. SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1947.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

, YOUR FRIEND AND MEMBER JACK GORDON BEALE M.L.A. A.S.T.C., Mech Eng., A.M.I.E. Aust FOR PERFORMANCE NOT PROMISES GIVE HIM N2 W POLLING DAY, SATURDAY, 3rd MAY BEALE FOR A SQUARE DEAL (Authorised by Col. C. D. Fuller, Dunmore, Kiama) There are no 'ifs' and 'buts' a t It is a practical policy - a realistic policy-the policy of a Government which has actively HELPED the man on the land. Hon. . McGirr, ,.L.A., Premier of N.S.W. 2A?,O. GAVE THE FARMER: FARM MECHANISATION * SOIL EROSION SERVICE 0 FREIGHT REDUCTIONS * CROWN DEBT REMISSIONS ® ADVANCES FOR MILKING MACHINES AND FODDER CONSERVATION * EASY CONVERSIO.NS TO PERPETUAL LEASE * EXTENDED RURAL ELECTRICITY ' When the McGirr Labor Government is returned it will immediately expand these facilities and services in .tInsistence with its policy of A FAIR DEAL FOR THE MAN ON THE LAND. Labor has done much for the farmer. McGirr is determined that MUCH MORE shall . be done - especiallo to give relief from anxiety concerning the future of whea...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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1st GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

1st GRADE All matches to be played on ground of thi first mentioned Club. Com petition commences on 3rd May.' 1st ROUND-Gerringong. v. Ki ama; Nowra v. Berry; Shellharbour v: Albion Park; Pyree v. Milton; Jamberoo the bye. 2nd ROUND-Nowra v. Gerrin ,gong; Shellharbour v. Kiama; Berry 'w. Pyree; Jambereo v. Milton; Al bion Park the bye. 3rd ROUND-Berry v. Gerringong; Kiama v. Albion Park; Jamberoo v. Nowra; Pyree v. Shellharbour; Mil ton the bye. 4th ROUND-Gerringong v. Shell harbour; Pyree v. Nowra; Kiama v. Milton; Albion Park v. Jamberoo; Berry the bye. 5th ROUND-Albion Park v. GEr ringong; Milton v. Berry; Kiama v. Jamberoo; Nowra v. Shellharbour; Pyree the bye. 6th ROUND--Gerringong v. Pyree; Milton v. Shellharbour; Albion Park v. Nowra; Jamberoo v. Berry; Ki ama the bye. 7th ROUND-Jamberoo .v.. Ger ringong; Pyree; vy Albion Park; Nowra v.,Milton; Berry v. Kiama; Shellharbour the bye. .....8th ROUND-Milton .v. Gerrin gong; Shellharbour v. Jamberoo; Kiama v. Pyree; Berry v. Albio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

TEE~ FACTORIES' VETERINARY SERVICE " VETERINtARY OFFICER: :PHONE KIAMA' 221 THE FARMERS' OWN ORGANISATION Bringing skilled Veterinary Service.toq Stockowners in the.:Dapto, Albion Park, Kiama, Gerringong and Tambero Digtri5Cts. No.charge is made for mileage and'tlie fee to contributors is 10/- a visit, anywhere within the area, at any time. STRAIN 19 .VACCINATION has reduced the' incidence of: Contagious Abortion, in America, New Zealand and Victoria by 92%. If you are unable to0:'ontact othe Veterin?iy Officer or !if :the Service is not giving entire satisfaction, ring the Secretary,: Jamberoo 3 :. Sponsored and Controlled by: The Dairy Farmers' Co-opj. Milk Co. SIllawarr'a Cential .Co-op. Dairy Scty.. Gerringong Co-operative Dairy Scty. Jamberoo Co-operative Dairy Scty. -NE 'ALL'S. ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE S40 TERRALONG STREET, KIAMA " SUPPLIERS OF ALL SPORTING EQUIPMENT QUALITY. FISHING TACKLE ; " t. S MOTOR ACCESSORIES TOOLS OF ALL .TRADES WE SPECIALISE IN TENNIS RACKET RESTRI...

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61st ANNIVERSARY Shellharbour Church [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

61st- ANNIVERSARY Shellharbour Church The 61st Anniversary of St. Paul's Church of England, Shellhar bour, was celebrated on Sunday, 23rd March. The service was conducted by the Rev. R. C. M. Long, Rural Dean of the district. The Church, which was beautifully dccorated by the ladies was filled to capacity. Included in those present were visitors from Dapto and Wol longong. Special features of the service were a duet, "Bless Me Now," rend ered by Messrs. E. H. Brown and R. H. James and a solo "Looking this Way" by Miss Loirna Brown. In his address, the Rural Dean spoke in glowii.g terms of the beauti ful Church and how its well kept appearance always appealed to him. He also praised the brightness of the service and the flowers Which helped to make it still brighter and more beautiful. The present' Ohurcli. had been er ected sixty one years ago but the first church 'wgs. built eighty years ago in the same grounds. The Liberal Party alms at maxi mum production and consequent maximum e...

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BRITISH & FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

BRITSH & FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY The annual meeting of the Kiama tBranich.'of the 'British and. Foreign Bible Society: was held in the, Meth odlis't School -,Hall on Tuesday after noon last, the President of the loical ,branch, Rev. R. C Clark, presiding. There was a good attendance, the various churches being well. repi'e sented. Rev. H. H. Chiilds said the' open uing prayer and Rev. S. A. Main: stone read a portion of Scripture. The Chairman extended a welcome to those present, after which the Secretary, Miss E. Weir, . read the report arid the Treasurer, Mr. J': Mancy presented his balance sheet.. The election of Officers -for- the en suing year then took place. Rev. S. A. Mainstone was elected Prisident and the retiring Secretary- and Treasurer were re-elected. The Chairman introduced Miss Fraser, representative of the Bible, and in the course of her remarks re ferred to the valuable work done by the translators of the Scriptures in to various languages and dialects. Some ...

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KIAMA C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

ThIe monthl y, nieeting of ':the ?Ki 'ama wW.VA was held lin the Rest Rooms on.Tuesday last, with an ex cellent ,aten ance of members. Apologies were received from: Mesdames Martin, Reason, W. Walk er' Boniface, Batty, JarrettA S. 'ock , Wilson, G. Young, T. Weir, J;:. ,Siiith, Boyce, Lyons, and` Miss Spinks., SA welcome was extended 'td'.Mrs. Wallace. To mank the 25th Anniversary of:. the C.WA. of N.S.W., nieinbeirs were lrequested to attend their .respective Churches' to-inorrow, (Suiiday), 20th April. It was decided to purchase, two bassinets for the new maternity sec tion at the Kiama Hospital. The Treasurer's report showed: a ciredit balance of £91101/6. Proceeds, from Bridge for the month amounted to £5/13/2. . Euchre, prioceeds £/121-, ,iostesses appointed for next meet ing are -Mesdame' Beazley, Solo mons and Thomas. Delegates appointed to attend the. forithcoming lannual conference to, be held in Sydney in June are Mes damnes Knight, Tory and Raison.. A reminder wavst given...

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BBC LONDON LETTER INVENTOR BBC's SIX PIPS HONOURED [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

BBC LONDON LETTER INVENTOR BBC's SIX PIPS HONOURED The man who originated that received the Gold Medal of the British Horological Institue. The medal is open to world competition. He is Mr. Frank Hbpe-Jones, a man who came from the North of Eng land to London five years ago. The signal has been adopted by many   foreign countries. The award seems not to have been made with undue haste, for the BBC Time Signal has been regularly usdd for over twenty years. It is, of, course, an electrical device, but it is remembered that on one occasion many years ago the apparatus was mislaid and an engineer with great presence of mind improvised the "pips" with a hammer and a piece of wire. No one noticed anything wrong. "The man who makes the BBC's six pips has been amusingly and somewhat imaginatively represented in films and on the stage from time to tie. In a stage play Sonnie Hale.   once imitated the six pips by bounc ing very hard on a wire sprung bed and the sound...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 April 1947

PERSONAL, The engagement has been announ       ced of Miss Nancy Henry daughter of Mr Ern Henry of Gerirngong, to Mr Malcolm Joyner of Kiama Mvs. W ' Brownie 'and , daughter Maurenof Kooiawatha, ~ale: holi :daying' at Kiiaina?' staying: witlih Mr. an d Mibrs. J: Parkiison, ;o Cohhllin St.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947

.RABBITSKINS? TOP PRICES-QUICK RETURNS-CASH BUYERS Consign a trial lot to-day and get a' ieal fair ' go!' INTERCONTINENTAL TRADING CO. 350 GEORGE STREET, SYDNEY SA. M. SULLIVAN1 MANNING STREET, KIAMA NEWSAGENT, STATIONER, SHEPHERD'S SEEDS "".""ý N144"" u 4*.N"" u:u Z ..Z.........4:: _. pfli SDepot for-' i NU-SYSTEM LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Deliveries Mondays. and Thursdays-SATISFACTION ASSURED ,I††††† II††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††******* *90 * *0* * (ADVERTISEMENT) MrcGirr 40 Hour Bill Puts Production Into everse! It will slow up output and thus: 1. INCREASE prices already too higli. 4. INCREASE train fares and freights. PROLONG price-fixing and black-markets 5 PUT New South Wales at a disadvantage * and make scarce goods scarcer. * with other producing States. 63 HAMPER industry in the race for world 3. PROLONG rationing and restrictions. 6. markets and thus create unemployment. This politically dishonest election stunt, with its contempt of Australia's arbitra tion system a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947

pOSITION WýNTED-Youth, ,.17' years, deshir s 'm oichard, or gardening wor sc ual or perman ent, Apply No.i1 thes Office. FOR SALE-Sa n Timber, Palings, Clothes Prop, blockwood, Copper wood, Fh sjsass Hardwood. Wiggins Bros, ,,9a ney Street, KJ ama Phone 135. COKE F "LE ARGE ,an ean ??uitable for all types of 'combus - on Ltoves and grates. Kiama Gas ompiny, Phone No. 90. R.S.S.A.J L.A. Kiama Su -b rnch THE ANZAC Cp EMORATION SSERVICE b held in the Antrim The.atf e on SUNDAY NEXT, 27th APRIL, at 3 'clock P.M. at, which all citizens a e invited to be present. ' ,A: Procession led by the Band and leaving the, Memo al Arch at 2.30 p.m. for the Antrim Theatre will precede the' Service. ' The Anzac Oration will be deliv ered by?- Mr. J.: Brunton Gibb, of Sydney. C. D. FULLER, President W. G." DAWES, Hon. Sec. Combined Anzac Service In St. Paul's Church of England SHELLHARBOUR, Friday, 25th April at 7.30 p.m. Rev. A. H. EDWARDS, Rector. R .S.S.A.I.L.A. GERRINGON SUB-BRANCH THE 1939"45. Ho1...

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FOOTBALL ALBION PARK v. GERRINGONG [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947

FOOTBALL ALBION PARK v. GERRINGONG The above match, a semi-final of the Young Cup competition, was played on the Albion Park Show grouiiid on Saturday last and was won by Gerringong by 8 points to nil after they had led 5 to nil at half time. The ganme was' partic ularly fast and ,hard for early in the season. Geri'ingbng I had the best of the play duiring, the first half but in the second half the. Park livened up and launched several at tacks on the Gongs line and only good defence kept them out. Gerringong kicked off and immed iately T. Quinn failed badly with a penalty kick. . A promising move by the Gongs. backs ended when - a loose pass went. astray in the Park 25. The Gongs continued to attack and T. Quinn kicked a penalty goal to open the .scoring. The Gongs came again and from a ruck J. Cronin sent tb K. Johnson to N. Miller who broke through to score. and T. Quinn failed to convert. The Park looked dangerous when C. Raftery, W. Cam eron, B. Raftery and A. O'Gorman handled ...

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ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947

ACCIDENTS .On Monday last Harold Cardwell, of Miinamurra, dollapsed .whilst travelling :home by train., He was taken by Ambulance for,i medical at tention and then ,to his home: ,.: Mrs.. J:. Marley .of Bong. Bong St., Kiama, fell and injured her, right anrc; yesterday, (Tuesday) ,and :was-.i conveyed by Ambulance to,' hospital. Mrs. C. N. Brown suffered coritu sions to her left. foot when she trip ped on a mat 'and received Ambu laihce treatment. William Phillips,: 'of Minnamurra, received head injuries when he was struck on ,th lieiead with`; a pick whilst gardeninig at JBombo school. He. was conveyed by Ambulaince' for medical attention.

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KIAMA POSTOFFICE Holiday Arrangements [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947

KIAMA POTOFFICE Holiday Arrangements The flice will be open` fron' 9 a ?in??;' to a.m.i for the transaction of all'classes. of busines's excepting Money Qiders. -Mails for Sydney' which usually close at 465 p. i will be closed at 10 :'a.m , There will 'e no 'delivei of mail matter .by Postmen:. Thd istreet .letteri receivers will be cleareddfin the fom'enoon only.

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O'LEARY'S BUS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947

O'LEARY'S BUS will run to DQG MEETINGS at WOLLONGONG and DAPTO Berry Bus will run to all night meetings of the Dapto and Wollon gong. Dogs' commencing Saturday night, 21st September, 1946. Leave Nowra-5 p.m. Return Fare 10/-. Leave Berry 5.30 p.m. Return Fare 8/-. ' Leave Gerringong 5.50 p.m. Return Fare 6/-. Return after last race.

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PETITION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947

PETITION At the meeting of Kiama Council' on Wednesday night a petition was received signed by 160 ratepayers protesting against the Kiama Council acquiring the Kiama Gas Works on the grounds that the Council had sufficiently heavy commitment al ready and that the community would -he better served by private enter prise. As the Council did' iot propose to raise, a special loan for the purpose of purchasing the undertaking, Coun cil is not required to accede to the request to hold a referendum -on the question. At the next State Election you have an opportunity to elect a local Candidate who knows your trouble and disabilities, Take advantage of this and VOTE BUSH LIBERAL CANDIDATE SOUTH COAST.-H, Reeve; Campaign Organiser,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947

{ \HOWARD FOWLES, M.L.A. N "THE FARMER'S FRIEND, SL U ~ ~ \~ STATE EFCTINS,' \\ \ MAY 8rd A Special Message to!: Farmers in the :. Illawarra Electorate : DON'T BE AGAIN TRICKED BY: LIBERAL AND COUNTRY PARTY" PROPAGANDA. : \ \REMEMBER HOW THEY BASE LY BETRAYED YOU WHEN THEY: WERE THE GOVERNMENT. You Threw Them Out---: For your own Securityi: _4 .Keep Them Out i FOR CONTINUED PROSPERITY, i PROGRESS AND PERSONAL SERVICEi SRETURN YOUR SITTING MEMBER ii ': BY VOTING W'-i] BUTFIELD, A. E. SCAREY, N. F0 FOWLES II. T. iBE SURE YOU PLACE YOUR NO. 1 IN THE BOTTOM SQUAREf* 2 Authorised by Ald W. Sproule, Kiama Section Campaign Dirgctor.:. S.N~ii.~..».. ae.ii..ý."7.."".Y.."..""...".""""i""i"....s."."s.s ii: , N.+r" ' Y.~i " •i i~iiiiiii""iiiii .i iiiiiiiii ii '.:.: ? .Mr. N. W. CAREY Shortages are Crippling THE MAN ON THE LAND and the Labor Govt. looks on hopelessly No section of the community has suffered more than the man on the land from the inept and inactive rule of the Labor Party. Shorta...

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MR. CAREY--LIBERAL CANDIDATE AT KIAMA [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947

.CAREY. IBERAL CANDIDATE; .2TKIaAMA,. Campail u' this district was fli'ed on 'Saturday morning lastl when Mr'l Neville Carey, thle .Liberal Party Canddidate for "Illawai' ra;, paid a brief visit to Kiama and addressed Selectors from o in' f trot Ef the; ':d'd fellows 'Hall. /, Mr. Carey said the election' i.re solved into .one .,question--Were, You satisfied with the Government ' or Swanted a 'change. , i . Duriiiig the war'the people suffiered T-estrictionis gladly' in 'order to, fur ther the' war' effoit..,' The- time" has long 'since arrived when those re strictions *must 'be iemoved. He: stated that a: very small minority, inh ,each Union was" practically .running the affails of the country. The hon est Unionist wvho was: iri the majority wva not being: allowed to, express his opinion as.: was' his National 'Birthright as 'a Member of the vast British Ehiipire. ' Intimidation (,,was: being practised to the full with the. .esult that the. family: 'man went about in fear .if he da...

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