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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
. I. 8 8 e Id . AW .. r` ?~ ~ ~ WY " '?'° i'.b?. You po needs will he supplied buter euau P. J. D A VI STOREKEEPER Ples i38.3 NORTH KIAMA KIAMA RSER VICE A I. I SELDON COKS PIHONE. Kiama 67. C ý ...... ... .... . . .............. . BE WISE-SHOP AT... . D" IW. HUGHES, CHEMIST Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMIST THAT SERVES YOU BEST PHONE KIAMA .46 FOR DELIVERY SERVICE WIDEST RANGE OF STOCIBS AT CITY PRICES Use Hughes,Pharmacy Service for-S * Prescriptions Prompptly and Accurately Dispensed. * Proprietary Medicines ,Wide, Assoitment of Stocks. * Photogi"aphiic Good- FFilm (on cuota), Developing & Printing. . Cos'rnetics and Toilet Requis tes-Best Brands Available * Veteinail Medicines Vterinary Prescriptiotis Dispensed. .,'ST CKS TCTPRES-, ~tTERNATIONAL THE full range includes . utilities, i~ght, medium, and heavy-duty Internationals in capacities from half o to ten tons. Ask us NOW for full information. See your local international Harvester Co. Agent KIAMA & WOLLONGO...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
HURCi SERVICES ON SUNDAY :NEXT METHODIST-Klama 1015 am.. anl d. 7 '.'P'.;' Q;Gerringoglg 11.1 6, aih: Rev 'R. 0. Claik; Jambedol;i1 a.m,. ;Mr;I !:T.: :JEllderingtor iii;i,,? lilll a!' hour. 11; 5 am.'\Mi*, iA.''A;:IG:6r^>l t.^i CHURH 1'OF1 ENQiLANi. T , n Parik.l If1.:1(MP)-Re i T. .Ge; Rector;. CHURCH OF *ENGLAND-Jam € H U R C H. :, OF": ·E N G L'A N D-' 'Jan'':,k beroo 11 a.m.fi (MP); ;Shellharblout 7.30 p.m. (EP);: Jerr'ara (Thursda'y 2Sth))--Rev.. A.H. 'Edwards, Rector. PRES BYTERIAN-Kiaiia.0 l0.im. and 7 p.mi.; Albion Parlk 11. 30 :. (Comminion):; :Shellliarbioui2 30 p.m.mn (pmmiunion)-R ev. ;:,Ii:H I Childs;,i : "; ' , i : : : *CHURCH;O ENGl'AND -Kiama 11 a.,i(.(MP), 7^' i ?(EP' H ;), Foxgroqunl'0 a,(MP.).);;Gertigong'hg 11.i5 an.m.(M?), 7 p.m (P); ;Min namurra',3 p'm. i(E,)- Rev.)S. A' Mainstone, Rector. CONG REGATIO NAL-- Gerrinigonig 11 am. aind ;7.15. p.mi. ?;(Ani iversary Services) -- Rev: ; Clafr Pal?ier.; .:i' .:
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
-- I m Ia OXLEY-º-Ii everlasting -meiioiry o. my devoted : hiisband and :our `deat father, Williaim' Chadries Qkley,; aged 66 years; : who .pasised away 17th August; 1943. "Your sweet memiory lives with us every day. --Inserted iy i?i?s loviig wife Eva and childreni- Hilda Betty, Keith a.nd Ron. CAMPBELL-In loving memoiy of my pal Lena: who passed away 21st-August, 1944 A beautiful Tilo full of Uniidly, deeds, A helping .hand to all in need, Life gocs on bi iemboies stay; As nea aid ileai as yetei day -Always :renembered by hiei friend lathl CARRO:,L-In loving .. iemoiy, o,. my deal: niephie, Fi ed, wl,o ;passed. ) away 20th August, 1932 Life lmoes v on, loving inmdmories stay As near. and dear as yesterday' - --Inserted ,'by? his Aunty, Lizzie, \\ illou ghty. CARROLL-In' "loving inemory of, our : dear ,son' red*?, who passed: away at the Westeinr Subuirbs Hos pital. on 26th Augist, 1932. We often th nkk of you dear Fred When we aie all ' ailon -Inserted by his mother anci father. C...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
TENNIS The Kiama District Tennis Assoc iation are to be complimented on their move to hold a Doubles Tennis Tournament for boys under sixteen years of age on Wednesday next. Play will commence at 10 am. on the Central Park ,Courts. All boys under 16 who reside in the area covered by the Kiama.Ten nis Association are eligible to comn pete
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
LOCAL GENERAL See "Illawarra Sales ' next to Illawarra tHotel, 88490 Keira Street; Wollongong; if you wish to-.buy, ori sell a car. During the last few days beneficial rain has fallen in the district, an av erage 'of approximately one inch, which should give the various crops a good start with spring weather ap l!roaching. In our hlast issue.in 'the ,i'eport of the Girl Guides Coniert 'we omitted to mention that Mr. A. Ziems acted as doorkeeper. Also that:Mrs Bodey and Mr. F'uller had helped train the children and, Mrs:C Griffiths was in. charge of the wardrobe~. On Satuirday .night last .:a car, was slightly damaged by, fire in :Shoal haven- Street. A' short circuit;in the wiring caused'the fire. "Prompt ac tion by Dr. Oranny in telephoning the Fire Brigade and then attacking the flames with small extinguisher, kept the flames in check: The Brig ade, on arrival, iuickly extinguiished the blaze with a chemical exting uisher. Damage to the car, which was owned by Mir D. Mitchell, was...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
LOST Blues cattle DogiSatuti'ayt 12 months oldi Reward Ring 114 FIREINSURANCofl Penilum'sar , r'edu ce'd onie, Elhiid under ihe Goy eriinenit isui ranc6., Office Bonim BUSHIEL .ASES: P.lneapples,?1O/, PIawpas a 2/, Mixed 12/-, Add 4/6 peir .case freight .--S. CHILDS, WVamur`in;, Queensland. KIAMA ý CRICKET CLUB THE Annual Meeting of the above ,, will bIe held in' the School 'of Arts Kiamnih on MONDeAY; 1st SEP' TEMBER at:8 p.m. 0 All menineiss and intending iMay ers are requested to' attenld. SC. K, RAISON, HonI Sec€ KiAMA DISTRICT TENNIS AssocIATION TENkIS - TOURNAMENT SDoubles Tennis Tournament for boys undei, the age? of 16 years will be held on the, Central Park Couirts on 'WEDNESDAY NEXT, 27th 'inst, commencing at ,10 a .m. The 'Tourriament 'will be open to boys residing in the, Kiaiia Associ ation area. A ZIElIS, Hon. Secretary SUNICIPALITY OF JAMBEROO REVISION COURT NOTICE is hereby given that a SRevision Court for: the piurpose of revising the List of Electors made in t'lieý...
MONTHLY MEETING OF SHELLHARBOUR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
MONTHLY MEETING OF SHELLHARBOUR COUNLII The , monthly 'meeting. of 'the Shellharbour Council was held in the Council., Chambers, Albion ,Park on. Wednesday night last. The May or. (Aid. Keith Grey) piresided and there ,were also present Aldermen J I R. East, J. Hamilton, A. "Crewe, C. Moore, C. Thomas, R. O'Goriman, J., McInerney,: W. McBarron, R. Simpson and E. Dawes. CONDOLENCE The' Mayor moved resolutions of condolence with the relatives of. the late Robert Dawes, ,of Albion, Park and with. Mrs. Luck, of :Lake Illa warra South, whose father ,had pas sed away. MAYOR'S REPORT Arrangements, for, the Council Dinner to "ex-service personnel, of World War II 'have been comipleted. It will be held at the Commercial Hotel on Friday, 5th September.'. 'With the Town Clerk I attended a conference between the Minister for Buiilding Materials,: South Coast Councils, and representatives of the Master Builders Association, *at the Town Hall, Wollongong to-day. The conference was convened .for t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
'C Vi7IEMS ' , ' I . 1 :iMAN1ING STREET,, KIAM, MEN'S OVERCOATS '" NEW STOCKS 'WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SOME VERY 'SMART, GOOD QUALITY, DOUBLE BREASTED OVERCOATS.: ALSO WE HAVE rAGOOD ASSORTMENT OF POLO STYLE COATS MEN'S RAIN ,- COATS GOOD QUALITY OILSKIN RAINCOATS GUARANTEED WATERPROOF-£3 MEN'S FELT IHATS WE ALWAYS HAVE A GOOD ASSORTMENT: OF MEN'S HATS IN THE LATEST STYLES ,AND COLOURS:. *.* MEN'S QUALITY SHOES BLACK CALF SHOES--in high grade leather-24/6 Pr. "'AN CALF SHOES-Best quality calf-27/6 Pr.: . AT C V:,. ZIEMS A GSTREET, KAMA NEWSAGENT, STATIONER, SHEPHERD'S SEEDS Fgi .. . , ,"It 1P Depot for-. B Ui .NU-SYSTEM LAUNDRY AND •"": MANNING ' STREET, KIAMA " ýý N EWS?A G ENT,. STATIO NER, SHEPHERD'S rSEEDS` ' SDepot for-. : r ' " ... i L: NU-SYSTEM LAUNDRY AND , DRY CLEANING Deliveries, Mondays and Thursdays-SATISFACTION ASSURED I "Hu ffft Cumtttu atst:::tsU#*tt N: ::fN :::::ZNf::N:::utatst fff"tstfs :Zst~s:::stw r r Ir ADVERTISING RATES , "CASUAL" (Functions, Notices, Sales, etc....
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
THE TIDES The following times -ai'e taken ac at Fort Denison, Sydney. Kiama is approximately 20 minutes later: AUGUST Saturday 23rd: High 1.10 a.m. arid 1.50 p.m.; Low 7:15 a.m. & 8.20 p.m. Sunday 24th: High 2.11 a.m. ndd 2.54 p.m.;: Low 8.: a.m. '& 9.41 p.m. Mohday 25th: High; 3.21 a.m., and 3.58 p.m.; Low 9.6 a.m. &10.51 p.m. Tuesday 26tli: High 4.35 a.m. anid 4.58 p.m.; Low 10.10 a.m. & 11.48 p.m. Wednesday 27th: High 5.36 a.m. & 5.48 p.ni.; Low 11.5 a.m. Thursday 28th: High 6.25 a.m. aind 6.30 p.m.; Low 12.31 a.m. Friday 29th: High 7.5 a;m. and 7.9 p.m.; Low 1.9 a.m. and 12.39 p.m. Saturday 30th: High 7.40 a.m. and 7.45 p.m.; Low 1.44 a.m. & 1.16;p.m. Sunday 31st: High .8.15 a.m. and 8.20,p.m.; Low 2.16 a.m. & 1.56 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
CUR!? iNT COUPONS These coupons may be used at present:- ,,TEA-25-36. (25-28 expire 17th' Augiust; 29-32 ?expire 14th Septei' 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 'Aligust.:= M EAT-Black 57-60, Green 65 and. 67 (expire .17th August). New coup ons black 61=63 and green 69 and 71 ?vailble 18th August. CLOTHING.-1-56 (1947).
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
GERRINGONG CLUB Still striving for a place in. the fluil four, Geinvigongon journey to I-'yire this afternoon .and must win to retain a chance of reaching the semi-finals. The Gongs are quite confident they caln each their ob jective and are keen to gain a good. win to-day. In the first round the Gongs proved too strong in the backs for Pyree and won by 13 to 6. They are again fielding a strong side as follows:-N. Sharpe, C. Sharpe,' N. Miller, J. .Quinn, E. Miller, K. Stephen, ,T. Quinn, G. O'Sullivan, N. Love, D. Sharpe, W. Miller, J. Cron in, R. Graham. Bus leaves at 1.45 p.m.
KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
KIAMA CLUB We play odur old~' rivals Jamberoo in the first of the semii-finals to day atGerringong, play to commence at 3.30 p.mn. In charge of the game will be A. .'Macdonald and an even fixture is expected. These' two teams have mniet on two occasions 'this sea ,n. Jamberoo won the first encount er by 7 points'. to 4 'and Kiama won the second by 7 points to 2,witlihwhat some called a stacked" team. How ever this week end the game will be? hard and the,Kiama team'is perhaps the strongest that they have fielded this. year. W Burton returns to the side after a shin injuiry and will lpart ner A. James in the centre position. The latter is new to the position but handles it capably. Both are sound in defence and penetrate well.: The flank men, J. Lay and N. Burton, are fast and know where the line is. The halves, R. Cambrell and J. Mc Donald will see that the outside men get their share of!the ball. B. Robb is the full-back and will offer stiff opposition to his vis-a-vis. A strong pac...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
OBITUARY Tie death. occurred at' Brisbane recen6tly of: Dr. WiilfredF Royle .Dive , at" the age of 49 ,years. 'He was a song of. the' laee.Mri: and' Mrs. W` .: , Dive, who many years.1ago resided at Gerrinigong i, during t.tlie peiiod the late Mr: Dive was' Stationmaster at iGerringong:. The' late Dr, Dive was borin 'at( Gerringion? and' obtaihed: a bursary from the: school thereat `the' age of 12! yeairs: :He later: attended' Sydney High. Schiool, studied; imedic' ine at ;Sydney. Univeirsity and grad uated from thiati coursei: After gain ing experience!' at. Sydiney Hospital,. he establibished` a 'practice at -Killahn' ey, Queensland, and; .lateri went abroadi fbr' twelve months to fui'ther his studies. .He marriedsMiiss Val-. mai ':Stewart, of Ipswich, and then set up- practice- at' Ascot, .Brisbane, where he. contiinued 'for seven years until: the ,time of his deatlih He was - otfatquiet unassuming and syiiipath etic disposition, and esteemed by. a' large circle of friends': who ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
rPERSONAL j Archdeacon and Mrs. Denham, oft )Cliatswood, have'- been .staying at' ."Myra Mount," Gerringong.. .-Mrs. H. Marsh,, and family,, oft Randwick, are visiting the fprmer's ,parents, Mr and Mrs. J. Miller, of Omega. ,Mr. ?'and Mrs WM . H. Barrett, o Gerringog, are hqlidaying in the. 'westein districts of N.S.W. Mris R' M. Millei of Gerringong,' an ihmate of Gloucester ` ,House,': vlheire she underwent an operation on Wednesday last 'The engagement is announced ot Betty ;only daughliter of Mr. and Mrs. C W Burton, of Manly, to Meryyn William Churchill, fourth son i.of M ansd Mrs ~A l Churchill, of Ki amna.AA.AA ''' M , Wr King, manager ofthe Commonwealth Banic, Kiamna, accom panied by his two sons, Charles and Bruce, leftKiamna this week to motnor to Adelaide. 'They intend flying t PonyAdelaide to:Perth to yisit. rela-, tives. A A A Mrs. A. Finlayson, of Bulli, visited 'Kiaia on Sunday lasts. to call:' on friends ,and ielatives. The trip was ,made in celebration of her 88th b...
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE For ,the first; timie official liniesmen,i will 'officiate, at a'niia',:0i ry Club fixture under the juriisdiction, of the above Leagiue to-day. It is expect-. ed by League officials that this in rovation will piove highly success ful and beneficial to ,the game. Each week unil the coinclusion of the coni petition proper, ,the League Execu tive will select the match of the day to. which theý Official" lines iien will be appointed The game':elected to day is the Berry-Ji-J~aieroo 'fixture on the Beri'y Showground. The Leo ,-O'Dwyer 'Qui is now in the hands of the' .League'and is ,on display ait' lNoble Bros' shop at Ger iringong: Of inte rest:: to South Coast-: people is the. lperformniance of foriner Jam beroo player, ?Noel Tate, playing' in the Groiup ;6 competition this se'as on. He has been playing ceentre three-quairter with the Bowral first grade team which recently won the Group 6 premiership.' During the season he has: scored 110 ';points for his. team thes...
FOOTBALL REFEREES FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
FOOTBALL REFEREES FOR SATURDAY Slielliairoui v Milto (S Thick nesse). Nowra v Aion Paik (Sunday J O'Keefe)' :', Berry v Janbe oo ( lA Blanch Linesnlei;,'R Lidlaetter:: an% H. Rutledge) Reserves Semni-fluial Janibei 0e ov .iaina at' Geirrngong. ('A' Macdonald'; "''Lines. nien, J. Butleran dt MCariage) Juniors Semii flina1 Kiarna v'; Berri it Gerringong (J ;BButlei :Linesmel, 'A. Macdonald and: M', Caii?ag ? 'e)
ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
ALBKN PARK NEWS Mi. and Mrs: L.. Watts" were the, guests'. of; Mrs. Buchanan last week .`Miss ,Joan: Lyonts cominiences..hei a?'iiniual ?ioiidays on Monday ?e wvas one of the Debutantes at the ball heldi i6 ; lait night: MI? ts.- FHuint of. Petershilam ar rived last night` to spend the school vacation ;with Mi.s; Buchanan? and also fill the vacancy while Miss Lyons is away: The Bega mlail plane was forced to land oii Albio Pai"k ai ? strip oi Friday of last week, owing to engine tiouble, with six passengeis aboard: Consequently the plane hadto re turn: to Sydney for iepailss and the pass enge rs were? onveyed to 'Bega by Mir?': G' Harrisi! Sei?vice Car Mir Haiiis left Albion Park'at 4 p :in. and, ariiedx back at 5 a.im the next .moininiig after coveiinig 438 iiles. One of the Park's oldest iesidents; Mr.J Stubbs; who is 84 yeairs of age, took ill oiin Tuesday last :'His: many friiends lhope hie' will make, a speedy recovery Mi' Albeit Iuskip, accompanied by two cousins fiom Sydney, ...
ATTEMPT TO BLOW SAFE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
ATTEMPT TO BLOW SAFE And attomeiii was made on Tuesday night"'toKblow. the satfe ini Meissrs. ,Cleary Bros offtiee a~ Bomibo, Using gehgnite and ia detonator the intruder plugged the safe' and set off the detonakor. However ithe saý, is a substantial one and all 'that lappened was thatY the lock was, Some '40 and all the officeboolts were in the safte which will pi robably have to. be "takien to ~tlhe makes t.o have it opened
HOCKEY LAST WEEK-END HOCKEY RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 August 1947
HOCKEY I.AST WEEK-END IiHOCKEY '; RESULTS Kiaha I 1". defeated Nowra I nil. Albion Paik 6, defeated Kiaina II nil. Beriy I. 6 defeated Berry, II nil. Nowra II 3 drew with Gerringong 3 Kalngaroo Valley 4. defeated .Nowra Juniors nil f L GERRINGONG .CLUB' The Gerringong team to imeet Ki ama I at Kiama to-day (Satiuday) is as follows.:-Mrs. D. Bailey, Joan ,Carroll, Jessie Pairkhill, 'rsuila Car, roll, Marie Love, Margaret Cairimp bell, Fay Chittick;. Peggy Quinn,; Beryl Walker, Mary Johnson. and Joyce Graham..Reserve, Mary Sharp. Bus. will leave at 2'p:m. KIAMA CLUB Last Saturday Kiama, I jouineyed' to Nowra to play Nowra ~I. Mem-. bers of the Nowra teamm expressed surprise at the impil'oved "standard oL play of the Kiama visitors :who were successful in, winiing ,the? game 1. goal to'. nil, after a very enjoyable tussle. , Kiama's defence proved, too much for Nowra, Loma Mairtin play ing a particularly good game. The Kiama forwards kept well down, and the one goal which was scored ca...