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MEN'S COMPETITION Dunmore I v. Kiama [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

MEN'S COMPETITION" , Durnmore I v. Kiama J. Ryan and J. Wilson (D) v.' V. Brown and H. Lyons (K) 6 2, 3-6; v. S. Warnock and G. Muir 1-6, 1-6. L. O'Dwyer and' A. Pooley v. S. Warnock G. Muir 1-6, 4-6; v. V. V. Brown and H. Lyons 0-6, 5-7. Won by Kiama 7 sets 45 games to Dunmore I 1 set 21 games.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

GOLF Kiama Golf Cltub's Aggregate Stableford played on Saturday last resulted: B. Moore and S. Boyd 61, K. Pearce and F. Sharpe 61, G. Alkin .and G. Conn 58, C. Boyd .and B. Fuller 55; K:., O'Brien and E . Staiir 53, J. Richardson and W. Peck 52, A. Boyd and M. Evers 46, K. Oliver andH. Brown 41.. i The following is the draw for the Par competition for the Rev. Irish Trophy to be held on Saturi'day, 23rd August. E. Evans v. M .Briggs; R. Fryer v. J. King, H. Brown v. K: Pearce, W. Peck v. W. .Walker, R. O'Brien v. 0. Mosckos, B. Fuiller v. G Conn, S. Boyd v. J. Richardson, F. Curry v. J. Haines, K. Jarratt v. D. Boyle, K Oliver v. C. Boyd, G. Alkin v. A. Boyd, F. Sharpe v. K. O'Brien, M. Evers v? Rev Irish, B. 'Moore v. R.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT Is a Big Industry [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

LOCAL GOVERNMENT Is a Big Industry The ,net time yqu are driving along the ioad and youf :see the fain ilai. sign. ?en at Work,". it iighit prompt. you to give scomie thought to tihe opeations of your local Council and its importance in youir. eveiry day life. You Will find food for re flection there foi the, rest. iof your. journey. Most of, the community needs which go to make modern life pos sible are provided by Local Govern-. ment. Such things as ioads, streets and foot paths; parks; wate supply and sewei:age; street. lighting, domn esitc electricity gairbage and .sani tary services. . * These are only sonie of the activ ities of youbr local Coungil but they constitute quite d big industry:.' Local Government is. one of the biggest industries in the State. Its capital is in the vicinity of £20 mil lion.: The 300 councils in the State give employment to hundireds of thousands and support many times more. The industry works on a co operative basis. It is run voltintarily by the e...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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TENNIS Kiama Catholic v. Shellharbour II [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

TENNIS- Kiama Catholic v. Shelliarbour II W .Longbottomn and-W. Neall (0) v A Beaziey and A. McClay (S) 6 0; v. D. Tihomasl and K. Hocke 6-2. W. Leatheim :and H-:.Canhiam'y. DV. Thomias and 'K. I-ockey 6-00; v'. A. Beazley and A. ,McClay. 6-1. jMrs. Flynn and Mrs. Warren v. Mrs. Baggs and Mrs. Hockey 6-2. Mirs. FlyiYn and W Neaill v. Mis Baggs and D. Thoimas 6-3; Mrs. War ren and W. Lonigbottom. v. ;Mrs.' Hockey and A. Beazley 6-1; :Mis:. Flyinn and W. Leathem inv. Mrs. Baggs and A. McClay 6-0; Mrs; Warren anid H. Canham v. Mrs. Hockey and' K. Hockey '6-0. ,Won by Kiania Catholic 9', sets 54 games, to Sliellliaibour II 9 gaines. Jamberoo .1II v. Dunmore II1 A: Pi'or and W. Pryor (J) v. Lyons and Silvestrien 6-3;, v. Murphy and Radford 6-0. S. Dickson and McDoiald v. Mur phy and Radford 6-1; v. Lyons and Silvestrien 4-6: Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Boxsell v.. M?rs. Woods and Miss Waters 5-6. W. Pryor and ,Mrs, Boxsell, v Sil vestrien and Mrs.' Woods 6-5;K. Pryor and Mrs. Boxsell v:' Murphy ...

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HOCKEY GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

HOC~EY di r , i" (i RRINGONG ,CLUB`<,' ;~No'w l1 a1cn1 Ger1!ingong oelil ri tltNowivI 'aiound o Sattday whe anh extin e 3, all-,dr~aWv: INowvi~Ih'wh6 odiAidcnt,.ex pect ,t win;' eit hnily ose h oe occasion u, ,lml t di eli to lara~e i di"i!?ft-6 ;' ý0 gI 1'3lia I} iS W d I ' B , '-, io headf isto a'20 inutes Ne V a completly :tl : h er ingoig and. shouid c.have, scored' at least 'sla goals beo alfd':'tiiiiAftei m +a e ? eay' oal''This` early succesd enid ?ng bitk;';witf: their 'sp? ' a?d? ieadylaye, n minutes aterMar sriet itoh took advantage 'of! amis lt b d, ii?ioneit a ... ng ng. . . alid entn tiouhtrid' g cor "Mes Bailey it Gi h i non? _goali wai called upon htosave some hot "shots itgave a brilliant display d Geiin heresal!d [fg?Vc "?tleve: stc Nora .eat ( b aclks -t o" s col o ire r l:G . ii.: gong' littl ward . wei ;indulging,' ini ' e ua i se 4 -:w ith? ,a goodl!sh ti ' G e , ri-i 'bekigaway iunstiud tin fror s ,one of theis mpesm ai' iigi vie i wlnyf1 WiPeggy Qua...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

ALBION ARK NES Following a 1neei ng. of the Doard iof Directorii? ,t ie, :f ltiavarIý. rGo. 'd .:faff :ie'f t..ro !D t?,Socetey,,'(Lti[ l b ion' -Pal, ax,on. ??f,'!? uescay', 1.l2th:?N gAu the" .;'clef't' " oii.? e t.? ', ,??! :;;??.?":; H:? G'. ?, i' i 3.?: ?:,,.? i, ; 1'; ? r etl ing' Chairinian Die d?o w.,itd h a, in sc, iied; ITavellizg'iBDag.:':` , r.le, nlaua?gel', andl,.all nlmem,]ele. Of thel~st~a~ffjes~ntrnient oned 'thlie ig b' et' vin I;osin,n'Mr ± raseij' iin4:lftoir thank ing hi',m foi, tho in'trest; he:` al ways `e took itheit? welfare wished lifill all the rstrfr:the, future.; Mr; F rassci., :in`:1'eply., tlhank ed 'f all, for the y ry nice gift and said how.v much' he hiad 'appi eciate'd 'thi ,`oi diail relationship wiuch? had always:::ex isted between o the Bomida;' Directoi:'; and staff:of the Company

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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

LOCAL & GENERAL See "Illawarra sales=' next to Illawarra Hotel, 88-90 Keira Street, Wollongong, if you wish to buy, or sell acar.: At a meeting of the Kiniia Metho (list Ladies' Church Aid Society held last week it was decided to donate the sum of £10 towards the furn ishing of. the nioposed' Maternity Block at the local hospital. They also moved a vote of thanks to those who had assisted at the Tea Box Afternoon. Especially .fhe jud ges Mesdames 0. ,G. Sharpe and .D. G. Campbell (Tea Box Competition), Miss Launa Gi'ey (Aprons and Peg Bags), Miss Stewart and Mrs: J. East (Cakes and Jams). At Gerringong Methodist Church on Thursday 28th and at Shellhar bouir on Friday 29th, the Rev. Allan Muller will ,hold. ,Overseas Mission meetings at which he will show the film "Lonely .Ainhem Land." The Art Exhibition, under the aus Dices of the'National Art Gallery, arrived at Kiama and it at present on show In: th' .Council Chambers,: The exhibition ^will be open, daily until 28th Augus...

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MR. J. J. WILSON [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

MR.. J. J. WILSON News of the death of Mi'. John James Wilson at Kiamavwas receiW ed with profound regret by Mulluni bimby and Main Arm residents. Mr. Wilson was -born at Kiama 86 years ago acid was-a member of a well-known, and highly respected family. Comining to the North Coast at an early age he was appointed =to the position of'manaker. of Grafton But ter'Factory. He 'occupied that office until -enlisting with the N:S.W. Lan cei's and' with that unit he served during the Boer War. On his return to Australia' ,he came to Myocum and engaged in dairying. In 1906 he moved to Main Armni and took - up residence on the property 'of the late John Lindsay. It was there that he first, entered into the paspalum seed industry, which later expanded to a big busin ess. At times he eminployed as many as 20 men and shipped hundreds of tons of seed from Mullumbiminby dis trict. SDuring the off-season he would enter into contracts fore scrub fel ling, and many areas' in the Main Arm district wer...

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ART EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

ARTP EXHIBITION ' 'The exhibition of Airt ifroin ?lith National Ait Galleryy ,was` 'opened to. the ..public "onMonitayoti, the :Oouinqi? aboliai~i eg i ht Clhamberis, Kiamna and 'i ocany: !ocal and :istict ieside?ts, ifcluding; M iii Too aumber of i nupiWli dii the ,,iKnm K~n ia r . foi l ~ s a p)or euiifly? c .li imc ii~., oi0ksi by:t iQ: :Qh orh1 Sehool have' inapeoed the display Spete la sessiontlfhaoml{0,een iia r ed foi all locair and dis ict tkoe L hibiton has a extcillent 7. 0 0-p m .t 9:3. p.m ," , ' ' r ? ' $ V dr'T va iety. f A'Mi t a nd tihe showing oilf its it rediana .affordt's residents'O an fi t po1tunityo ot inspecting workls by theo tthe chld aCommittee d asig sc anoog- who sub tint etn essions d essaily of 1ot atoe Thie Kiamna 'Municipial 'Council ,has otfered a fist: phize of 1O'% and th; Mayor' of II iania' a"" seontd' piz~e, of 5/ to th6..child' intteding; school ;who,; submits" the ,best essay of, not imoire thanv three :hundr ed: ,yoi cds on any; pictuti e in ...

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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

OBITUARY Mr. ,William James Lindsay, who passh away' rat ý d abral 11r N orth Coast on 10th ,.July' Was, born -,at Shellharbour in 1872. He was the son of the late Mi'. and Mrs. Andrew Lindsay. He was a good horse judge and had taken, part jn lshows .on both the Souith and North Coast; being a foundation menmber ,of the Mulltimnbimnby Agricultural Society. ,Gerringong residents were shocked pn Thursday last to learn of the sud lend death of Mrs. Elsie Alice Kitt, wyho :died in Bulli Hospital at the age of 54 years, She hadbeen visit ing Austinmer and tooki,'ai seizure fromwhich ?she did ;not recoverpand she died a few .hours 'later. The late .Mrs. Kitt, ,,who:.resided ,aht,194 Fred, erick. Street, 1 Rockdale, ;was' a daughter of,'the-, late ,.George'i ;and Louisa Young, of; Gerringong.. She is survived; by her:husband -Mr. Sid ney Campbell. Kitt, aind :a : family of five,, Ronald, Verdun, Marie, Esmond, aid Elva. Also surviving are three brothers Victor, Albert, George (Ki ama) and ...

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GIRL GUIDE CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

GIRL GUIDE :CONCERT The :Kiaina Gil Guides ,: held .a s?iccessful 'Conceit in tlie Odcdfellows Hall on Thuisday night last ?'Th?l'. Hall was crowded to capacity and: the fiunids of the Guide Princess conm petition in aid of- which it was waheld shouild ;benefit bynor?e than ?,?20. The hlialil :was tastetully 'decoi:ated vithi ar.tifical peach trees~ 'and: tint ed lilies aaii'anged along the fiont: of the stage, Piroceediings commeniced "with. an overturiie .by Helen Jenikiins, foliovwed, by : songs "We Saw the Sea, "Rio Gi'ande,'' "Here's a 'Health unto His Majesty," -by the Guides'. and "Waltz ing Matilda'" with actions' by ;the Brownies .: "The Little:Red Schoolhouse" was sung ?iythe. Albion Parik C?ibs assist ed by Misses' J. Gale anid G. McDon ald. Next was an Irish Jig by Kiania Guides and a selection of Minstrel songs:. ("Swanee - River," Old Black Joe" and 'Cariy me back to old Vir ginia") by the Brownies. 'The King's Breakfast"' .was en acted by the Kiama Guides followed by ...

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COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

COMING EVENTS Aug. 22nd-Catholo 'Ball, Alboh' Pk. Aug. 27-.Diggers Ball, Gerringong.', Aug. 29AG.F.C. Concert, Jamberoo. Sept. 2-Blazer Ball, 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. 30-0C. of, E. Tea Meeting, Kl. ,i Oct. 7- -Scots C.hurch Spring Fair, Ki. Oct. 14-C. of E. Flower Show, J'roo ' Oct..,24.-P. &, C. Ball, Albion Park. Oct. 29-Spring Shbw, -Gerringong:'?. ' Dec. 5-C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance, Kit.

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METHODIST CHURCH At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

1'METHODIST CHURCH At Ja nreroo The meinbers of the Jamberoo Ladie's' Church Aid' last week hit upon an interesting and thoughtful idea, when they entertained all "Seventy and over" of both sexes. The` hall was tastefully arranged and each 'over the age was present ed" with either a beautiful spray or posy of flowers. An excellent after noon tea .was prepared, at which ifull justice was done by all. The presentations were made by Mrs. Clark, president of the Aid. Miss Betty. Chittick made, the 'bouquets. An interesting programme was ar ranged by Miss Ruth Vidl~r and after thei tea, the toastuof the day ,,iWas given by,.,Mr., Charles Chittick, who was ini areminiscent mood,'.: going back to the ,,good old days and sex" pressed ,ap?reciatioln to the ladies W.ho.had entertained and brought a littlei. cheer , to those who 'had gone over,pthek allotted 'span. This .was endorsedt by Mr.: George ,Vidler. "Rev. R. ,.C. Clark was ii charge of the afternoon and piloted. a most helpful, time t...

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DON'T IMPROVE PASTURES To Feed Rabbits [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

DON'T. IMPROVE PASTURES To, Feed Rabbits Before attempting any other form of pasture improvement it is essen-' tll that the rabbits be 'eradicated1 or brought under control," points out B. D. Ament, agrostologist of the Department of Agriculture; .in an article' on ways of\ improving pas tures in the Central West. ;On pasture land where rabbits are num 1rous the eradication of 'these nox ious animals produces a very valu able and usually a very marked im provement in the pastures. -It, has not been uncommon , for tableland country to be. carrying the equiva lent in rabbits of two or three sheep per acre, and still be' expected to carry a normal complement of sheep. It is not much use, from the stock angle, carrying out other forms of pasture improvement to feed rabbits. They are not only grass eaters, but are also selective feeders, eating out the more valuable species "by con tinued close cropping-much closer than possible by other animals."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 August 1947

RECRUITS WANTED "for 12 years Service S in the SROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY Coe ' Pay. Free Medical and Dental Tet ment. Opportunitiree for Prar mtiom, Tavl, aport and Improvement 'of Educatleon. AGE GROUPS Seamen, Stokers, Writers (Oerks), Sick Bath RatingJ, Cooks, Stewards, Signalames and Tele grapherts. Over 17 yean mad unde ya. Skipwrights and Joiners. Fradesmen of 5 year' xperience up to M yar. Apprentice Shipwrighta and Joiners. S (completed at least 3 years) Minimum age 18 years. Fitters 44 Turners, Bollermakers, Copper. smiths, Patterumakers, Engine Smithe, MHeauld er, Painters, Plumbers, Blacksmiths and Dental Mechanics. Tradesmea of 5 years' enperienes, up t. ? of 23 years. (Special eses up to 25 years) Apprentice Electrical Fitters (eompleted Sj years.) for Electrical ArtiSeer 5th class. Minimum age 18 years. Musicians-17& to 23 years. (Tradesmen will be required to pass a trade test before entry) ALL CANDIDATES will be required to produce Birth Certificate and a Statem...

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KIAMA C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947

KIAMA C.W.A. The monthly meeting of the Ki ama C.W.A. was held in the Rest Rooms on Tuesday,. 19th August. Owing to the inclement weather there were many apologies. Resolutions of sympathy were passed with all present standing to Mrs. Young and Miss Weston in their sad bereavements. CORRESPONDENCE Return Thanks from Mesdames Young, Dawes, Weir, and Misses Weston and Cook. From District Hospital thanks for sewing and donation of £1/11/3. From Kiama Council cheque for £ 5 being contribution towards the maintenance of the Baby. Health Centre. From Mr. T. R. Batty accepting to act as time-keeper at Quiz Session. From Kiama Council asking for a candidate to be nominated in re gard to the Queen Competition. It was decided to assist the Younger Set with their candidate and the two delegates appointed to attend the forthcoming meeting to consider the organisation of the Queen Competition were Mesdames Young and Hillman.. The Treasurer's report showed a. credit balance of £51/16/3. Bridge pr...

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WATER SUPPLY To Albion Park [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947

WATER SUPPLY To Albion Park After five months of waiting Shell harbour Council has received a re port firom the Public Works Depart nient on the possibilities of obtain ing a water supply for Albion Park from the Macquarie Rivulet. It being such an important matter it was decided to. hold a, specia meeting to consider both this pro posal and the Water Boards propos ed extension from Dapto. ,,This neeting will be held on Tuesday next, 26th inst. . It Will be remembered that some months ago the, Water Board pro posed a scheme which provided for a pipeline from Dapto to a reservoir to be, built, at Oak Flats from where the water would be reticulated to Albion Park and surrounding areas. However the Board 'could give no indication as to when this work would be proceeded with and the Council decided to ask 'for an investi gation of Macquarie Rivulet as a source of supply in an endeavour to .have a supply connected to the town in the shortest .possible time. ,, At the meeting of the Counc...

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

ill _ _ I 0>,P y... .:? * "NEWPRO" DAIRY MEAL *. "NEWPRO" LAYING MASH,, * "NEWPRO" GROWING MASH ALSO IN ANY QUANTITY-PRIME CHAFFS, OATEN,,WHEATEN AND LUCERNE; DOUBLE' CRUSHED OATS; 'LU-POL; KING" CAL:F"FOOD AND MILO MEAL; SEED POTATOES. FERTILIZERS -Superphosphate, P.B. 8 Manure, "Ibis" Dolomite" "NEWPRO" Chick Equipment for Economy: Feeders, Hoppers, Sleeve Drinkers, Syphon Drinkers and all yarieties of ITaidwnre. ' . ALSO ON STOCK: Suipe'fine IHydriatetl Linie and Agricultural -Lime (in ,bag lots) Call in and Inspect our Stocks at- N.S.W PRODUCE CO. PTY LTD Manning Street .,- Kiama RING & ORDER ;,NOW KIAMA 210 Agents for:? ?NEPTUNE OIL, M-ASSEY HARRIS & YATES' SEEDS WIRELESS AND REFRIGERATORS.. SALES AND SERVICE Courteous Attention to Inquiries, ROBERTS.. KIAMA - ---- -- - Phone 60 NEALL'S ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE 40 TERRALONG STREET, KIAMA SUPPLIERS OF ALL- ' SPORTING EQUIPMENT QUALITY FISHING TACKLE MOTOR ACCESSORIES TOOLS OF ALL TRADES WE SPECIALISE IN TENN...

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

PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND -JE.WELLER F. E. PALIN PHONE: KIAMA 82 During these difficult days, no business is more handicapped .by the scarcity of stock andl 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. mM P. 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 BUY LOCKIE TTS SAMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers.' DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers, Green. grocers. Deliveries daily to Ki ama, Jamberoo and Shellharbour Phone 185. J. CURRY, Plumbers' Supplies. Ter ralong Street. Phone 169. COOK & DYER, Fruit and Confec tionery. Terralong Street, Klama Phone 173. HIRE SERVICE, Day or night. Phone 92. CLEM KEIR, Manning...

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S.C.R.F.L. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947

A 1neeting, of the Aoth Coast Rugby Football Jeagde wgs held at Ber y on Monday last;; The Presi dent , (Mr. A. Smith) occupied the chair and the following . delegates were present:-Messrs. J. Phillips, B. Leggett, J. McDonald (Kiama); E. E. Dawvies, L. Pear'on (Shellhar bour); E. Langton, N: Miller (Gerrin gong);., L. Roe, J. Atfield (Boma der?r); F. Pascoe, J: Proctor '(Mil ton) K. Miller, NT',Lidbetter (Berry) C.. G. McGlinchey, N. Parker (Jam beroo); M. Ca'rroll (Albion Park); H, ,Ml GuirQ, .J..,. Millet..,(Pyi.ee);., C,.. Wellington (Roseby Park); W. Hundy, G, -S monds ' 1Nowzaa 'p. Lov&" (Kangaroo 'lley); K. 'Grey A. Blanch (Referees)` and A. W. Noble (Secrefar).:: . CONDOLENCE The President moved a resolution of condolence to the 'relatives of the late Harry Richardson, of Jamberoo,' which was.carried in the usual man ner. .. ' S REPORTS . Mr. E. Langton reported " on the recent miieeting'of Group 7 committee. It had been: 'decided to pay 'the med ical expenses' of F....

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