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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
HOCKEY .The chief, interest in the Shoal haven competition this, week.ivill be centred in the Gerringong v.'" Berry matclh to. be Pllayed ,at Juljilee Park. These two teams have another chance to prove which are 'the suip erior side, as the last game on the Berry ground ended in, a draw. Berry are still, undefeated in the comlpe'tition, and Gerringong. occupy second position having only lost ;one match. Gerringong expect to field their strongest side, and will be represent ed by Mrs. D:I Bailey, Joan Carroll, Margaret Campbell, Jessie Pairkhill, Ursula Carroll, "Marie Love, Fay Chittick, Peggy Quinn, Beryl Walk er, .iMary Johnson;, Joyce Giaham. Rleserves, Jean Gednmill and Mary Sliarp. The game will commence at 2 p.mi
SURPRISE PARTY At Foxground [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
SURPRISE PARTY A x ground ii Friday evenlng last, the mefim- of''the Foxgrould rougtn illageParents adl itizens' -As'so,-' iationigavye. a:suiprlse :,party':f;o,:ŽMr *' 'and Mis.,T .:D. ;Blow: atthe ' hom of tle sonand aughted-il i andMis Dt'oD gBioBlwiin Foxgroid, Iaity, ,but ;qonari1 ,hej6occasiqnfoxf Mrand M-rs IDBlowaki dmae ! u:i Fo 'ose|,iey li e-tim ievpnt, inFoxgrouncd , 'Thei 'were nearly.mfty members6: resent,- namongst,,?whonm?,were!kt . Ifolloing-itleth PreSident. Mr'. C D avis and Miss ?;Davis, Mis. Har vey Emeliy. Mi i and' Mrs H (," Mi nd Miss" E Cullen Mr and !irs G W. Campbell and Miss J Cap n .bell Mr a is W' M-itchell and the ,Misses !Mitchell: Mi and. Mrs: F. bl.'.Flint; Mi3?i;. 3. ,McClellanid; Mi'. A. A Hali Mi `and Mrp. Alan Tholo . :pson.?;': aind Mi's. s; i'iiine Johnstoni, and :,Miss, Johnston ; Mi .. and. Mrsi'. Lane "Car oil ard the Mis sesi Carroll; Mir .and Mrs.i Bob Blow and Mlessis. Eii ey, Craig; Caldwel,, and Tromnlins Apologies v?ere i eceied. from...
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
GERRINGON.G CLUB: mA most im1portant fixtuire is sdt down, for decision :at Jubilee Park. this afternoon when ,the lilome team will meet Jambergo. This game has a big' beariniig on the competition and is a very vital: one so fari' as Gei' ringonl is concerned.: .The Gongs must win to i'etain a chance of en-, tering. the ,semi-finals whilst, Jam beloo wvill need to wini ..to maintain theil?:second .place .on the competi tion table. In the first rouiid fixture at Jamberoo, the Gongs : outplayed the Roos. and won' by 13 :points to 2. Since then Jambei;oo haVe- only suf fered one !defeat, that being by Ki ama, whilst the Gongs record has not been so impressive: 'However` the Gongs are confiden4 they can rise to the occasion and repeat, their first: round win over the Roos. It appeams that givein a fair share of the ball from the 'Scrums and rucks that the Gerringong inside backs, Tom Quinn, 'Ken Stephen and. Noel" Miller will prove too strong for Jamberoo. The .Gerringong team 1is:-N. S...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
LHUR CH SERVICES; ON SUNDAY NEXT .CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Albion Parlk 7;15;pD.iit. (Youth iSe'lvice :alld I-,C:)-Rev. T.P Gee, Rector,. CHURCH:. OF ENGLAND- Sllfell harbothii 11i. a.m(: ,(MP);; .Janbdiero' .7 p.lii :(EP)-Rev,. A, I-I.I Edwardsi PRESBYTERIAN--KIainai 10 r': . and 7 pin.;; lbAionPal'li1. 30 '.ni.; J"anieroo 6 ,p,.-;Rieev. ; H,. Childs CHURCH:FO F. ENGLANDI-KKiilna 11 ami. (MIP), 7 "pli??. ',(EP) Fox ground ."10 an.m (MP), Geringong 11.95 a.in. (M ), 7 pn.i (EP) Re . S. A. Mainstone Rectoi, METHODIST-Klaia 1015 a. Jambeir'o 11if; . :i.. (Cominiiiunion) Shellhai;boui 7 30p.i: n Rv R Clark; I(ima 7 p. in i T / Ellering ton;. Gerrinigoiig 11?5:aini Mr, AI: A: Correll.: CONGREGATIONAL Gei ringong 11 am. aiid 7 30 p ".m.-Rev I E. Lawson :
JAMBEROO CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
JAM BEi00FO ' LUB? , .i':; Last weeks aw the Resves coi d'efeat; Kimai in a semi : fiai b yi to il. Thie i.e.' ri':igh :at hom'e in the muiid'and:i handled. the wet conditions every: 'well Todlay week ithey pliate winner oftb&: Rosebyi Pai?k-Boinaderiry semni-final and pioviding they relfroduce 'the fori?im they displayed ngAiist Kianima, they :should have io i:trouble in ?' gain beng lreniei? rs. "Eve ?thin'g is going 'wellt fti'c the Bla er Ball to be held inext Tuesdayy night2; 2d . Sepitemberi a?id aill being vwell t should le a bumpieri night., The Firists .battled very hard 'last Snturday foi a 5 all;' di ? aw. wilth Berry and so hold theinr position in the competition .table. Conditions, were not favourable f'oi o;pen .foobt-. ball, so iti was.ý iimpossible to guage' the merits of the teams :. To-day. the ..Firts.:, tl avel to Ger-_ ringong and will no doubt le out to' avenge their, defeait .by this, stroong; team, earliei' in Ithe season.l. The fbl lowing team has be...
MONTHLY MEETING OF THE GERRINGONG COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
MONTHL ,,MEETING OF THE GERRINGONG 'Tf?q ?f?[ .. 0 THE GERRINGN COUN CIL The monthly; meeting of the .Ger ringoig Coiuncil was .held in: th Co'uncil Chambers on ,Monday night last. Tlie-Mayoir (Ald. G. E. Chit tick) presidedi and tliere were also !present Aldermen :Hi."G. .Miller, C. T.' Hindmarsh, A.: Ruitledge;`J,: .R. M,. Miliei, K. G'. Hiyter 'and D. ;.J Mclnerriey. ' An apology, was received fliom Aid. M. J. Walker: " CONDOLENCE The' Mayor moved d resolution of condolence to the relatives 'of the late Mrs.' Mace and Mrs. :Watson. The resolution w'as seconded by Aid: H..G. Miller aiid carried with all present standing. WELCOME The Mayor extended a' welcome to their new Health l.Ihspector,; Mr. Sampson. Mr. .Sampson responlded', thanking the Council :for appoin~ting hlim and said he would''do, his best to give the gireatest benefit to the greatest num ber. .MAYOR'S REPORT The: Mayor reported' as follows: ' "During the past perjod the main tenance men have 'been ' concentrat ed in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
VZ71E MS MANNING STREET;, KIAMA NEW STOCKS SWE .HVE JUST RECE~yED SOME VERY SMART, GOOD QUALITY,"D bOUBLE BREASTED OVERCOATS. ALSO WE HAVE A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF POLO STYLE COATS Si - ?.].MIEN'S RAIN COATS GOODI QUALITY OILSKIN RAINCOATS 'GUARANTEED WATERPROOF--£3 MEN'S FELT THATS WE ALWAYS H AVE ? GOOD ASSORTMENT OF rEN'S HATS *IN THE LATEST STYLES AND COLOURS &lt; MEN'S QUALITY SHOES M Q U .A l .il I BLACK CALF SHOES-in high grade leather-24/6 Pr. TAN CALF SHOES-Best quality calf-27/6 Pr. AT." ,1 C -V. ZI EMS MANNING STREET TTI E NE 1f7 KKIAMA A. M. SULLIVAN .i " MANNING STREET, KIAMA NEWSAGENT, STATIONER, SHEPHERD'S SEEDS • ::: ::::ii ::ii:".":':"'.:.:04mm:.4.:..0= , :: Depot for-"- ii NU-SYSTEM LAUNDRY AND i ..- DRY CLEANING Deliveries Mondays and Thursdays-SATISFACTION' ASSURED ADVERTISING RA.TF" "CASUAL" (Functions, Notices, Sales, etc.), 4/- per single columi Inch'. Birth, Engagement, Marriage, Death, Funeral, Return Thanks and Ihi Memoriam Notices at flat rate of 4/- e...
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These coupons may be, used at present:. TEA-29--40 (29-32, expire. 14th September', 33-36 expire 12th Octob-' er, 37-40 expire 9th Nbvember). New coupons 41-44 available 15th Sep tember.. BUTTER-28-30 (expire 14th Sep tember). New coupons 31-33 avail able 15th September. , , MEAT-Black 64-67 and 'green 73 and 75' expire-.4th September. New' coupi~dis, black 68-70, green 77 and. 79 available 1st September. CLOTHING-1-56' (1947).
TOWN CLERK'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
TOWN CLERK'S REPbRT The Town Clerk (Mr. A. M.. Trev allion). reported as .follows: "As all curent rates are now overdue and extra 'charges as pre scribbd payable, it is sug'gested that authority ;be *given .for. the issue of notices ;requesting ear'ly payment of all outstanding, amounts. "As it is b.ecoming: increasingly difficult, to properly and radequately store all records arid accounts it is irecoim'eneded that, 1Council atitliorise the" puichase of: an additional filinig cupboard. or steel cabinet, "'.The proposed public pathway from.i Werrii Estate, to' Omega: :has been surveyed by. the Departnient of Lands. with a view to early dedica tion. Recent amendments to the Schedules under the. Building Oper ates- and Building Materials Control. Act, 1945, .extend' the 'provisions of the. Act to, this area and Council's attention is drawn to the provisions of 'the Act. Recently 'an oficer' :of the Building Materials Department visited the area, made inspections and obtained informati...
FOOTBALL KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
FOOTBALL 'Kiaa ? ,rt ral?e ?p?? st gadeoose &lt;Berry this; (Satui U Ly) lpiteinoon'oand: t good' even game ,shoulld risult Berry. hae s~own'exce1lent' Loray in the Second! round of tl coplietition antid so a iavp ctieen beaten They houl thoigli ly test tile ho me :team. SPeKpei . iii en , Burton,,., -R Stead II George H uoly A Pep erJ,': Ganlion ? Hardy; B:Anil iee'vs, A; annio A P di,?iht6.: 'Reseryc s,' ' Cambrell .and D, Jam e. ios ; ' ',., -,.. ,,
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
PROGRESS . ASSOCIATION At Jamberoe, The monthly meeting of Jamberoo Progress Association was -held on 11th inst. The. President (Mi. J. Macdonald) occupied- .the chair 'and there 'was a good attendance pres ent. REPORTS - - The members of the delputation i'e ported having attended .*a meeting of Jamberoo Counicil,-, where they had been cordially received and they were of the opinion that much good would result from the visit. The Aldermen were quite anxious .to as sist the Association. The various items referred, to by the deputation were explained and the results re ported and the report adopted.. A letter of appreciation for the manner in wlich' the deputation was .received is to forwarded to-the CoUn-' cil. A committee of three.were appoint ed to further investigate' the Coun cil's plan for Reid Park. The delegates to the public meet ing regarding High School facilities a; Kiaina Central School reported on the results achieved at the meeting. and it was decided to forward a lette...
CHAMPION TERRIER For Kiama Stud [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
CHAMPION TERRIER For Kiama, Stud Mr. C. L. Knight lias .been fort unate in securing the champion Wire H-Iaired Terrier Dog. ."Burndale, Brockley", foir his kennels. This dog is at present the Kennel Champion of N.S.W. and Queensland and the only dog to hold these titles at the same time. In the "Kennel News" he is described as follows:-"This out standing dog has extra good colour and texture of coat and full of won derful -Terrier -character." The breeders on the Coast are very fortulnate in having a dog .of this class at their service and should go a l- ng way to improve the present high standard of dogs that now ex ists, as ."Brockley's'" stock have al ready proved themselves in the show. ring.
PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
PUBLIC WORKS :::ROGRAMME " ' ;At 'tlP 'monthly' iimeetlng *of thie progra?iiline ;:was adopted' ais 'th. orderin,' which. oad', ,wo.:w ould'icie 1 Addison &venue folmation. 2 Stationii;Roadoti"ioiationi 3'i i Ptu'Avenie f riation i :::. ."PaMtchiin MR 62 Station= Al ' P.'atchil ng Mai, 'Roald Windar'i She1)lhai:bour 1 i6 ?atchling MR 266., Albion Park l to Highway. 10 Cential Avenue t ommation. 11i Addison venue : :vem ent .12 Adt80ison e Street, Shellh.arbouir. 13. Recddill Parade drainage 'and fori ation. Th11e Engineertr; (M .Gibson) who diew .up the prograalme also repoirt ed as follows:' "iMost of the roadsis oin the east side of the line at Albion Park 'Rail have been graded and pot holes fhled Tie. 'shoulders tof. Macquarie Puss road have been graded. A comumence ietit. has :been made on the con stiruetioniof Addison Avenue. Up to date 380 feet of kerb iand .gutter has been laid down in Albion,' Park. T'hlim cointractor, R. Fretus, is lmaking satisfactory progr ess wi...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
TENNIS r Oiln ednesday' last:, tlhe hiamal Dist'ict :.Teiihis AssociatibniI.held a Tennis r6urinanment on : tlie couicts iii Cential Park, Kilniiufor bomys;i 'un-1a der: 16 years.oi' age. Sixtepn, boys took part iin.. the tourii.nament whic h wi as :won:' by Johii, Bloomfiele and'. Malt Gahinm second: SMr. H. O. Bloomfield had. arrang-, ed with ,Messr's Slazengers ,Ltd. of Sydney to Isend Mr. A. J. Willard, the ex-Davis Cuip: player to be pre sent and he coached the boys :.who took part in 'the.. coriect mannier .'o' executing the various sti Qkes. Mrs. W. Neall, of KDiama, sulper vised the.- Touirnament, at, the coin ,lusion of which Mr. A; Zie?is Sect retary of the Associatioh,: presented the prizes to the. lads. John Bloonf?eld nmade .an appipop riate reply on: behalf of the boys and thanked the Association and Mr: 'Willai'd for, .their 'help and encouir agement. \
EUCHRE PARTY AND DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
EUCHRE PARTY. ,AND, DANCE, :, .A, ?ery successful euchiie Oli'ty id daiince ;as :held in tlie Boiibo' Pulic: School on Flriday; nighti 1ast; ini: aid, of 'the lBonibo Pal ents ,and' Cl si ' ~ hlere w as;.a good at;' encl ance : tihe eticipreris :went' to Messrs rB Sweet tand P Nelson. · She esor aspo walt ,wei e' won by, Miss .[Beryl Sproule :and Mir Mdaxi: Eves ard&lt; the M'onte C~arlos? wefe ,wdio "iY'.Vrs;, Miller-=and,` Mr. Ranldli I,-l?aris andMiss. Nol White W--Mo igngan.
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL On Tuesday ;night, 26th; August, at thle honie of Mi's. W. Bailey, Gerrin gong;: a Surprisaý Birthday Party, was given - to Miss Katl Taylor,' of Ki ama, by? the' deriringong Hockey Girls. A pleasant evening was spent with games and community ;singing. See " 'ilawarra Sales" next to Illawarra Hotel, 88-90 Keeira Street, Woilongonug -if: you. wish to buy or sell a car.i:.:
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
BIRTHS BILLETT-At .a Private Hospital Burnie, TasmilniBa, on 14th August, • to Eric 'and Jean ý (nee W' :ilson), granddaughter of the late, Join. and Mrs. Love, of "Nethervale," ' Kiama. NiS.W., daughter. of Mr-acid Mrs. F. W. Wilson,' Ulverstone,' Tas inania, a daughter,--Christine Evelyn. Both well. SATURDAY,. AUGUST 30,- 1947
SNAP SHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
SNAP SHOTS From the R.S.L. ;,The R.S.L. has long 'sought the ;right, to despatch fo6od parcels in bulk. to the'British Ldegion for distrlb=', ution nameng ex-servicemen's 'famil ies. , At 5/10d postage' on a. parcel weighing 11. lbs gross, sub-branches found .that cartage. and packaging. costs weire eating up a large propor tioni of the funds they collected for, their ,British comrades. The .British Ministry of Food has now decreed that individual.food,par cels-:may now be sent .in bulk from Australia, 'to 'ease the ",burden ' on Australian, organisations wishing to send, food parcels to similar organ isations in Britain.,. Individually' addressed. parcels weighing up to' 22 bs 'gross may be cased in bulk and forwarded to a nominated agent in Britain for local distribution. With. the end of the R.S.L. £10,000 Food for Britain appeal, in sight, State Council will consider; setting up a .central. R.S.L. organ isation to despatcli food to the Brit ish Legion under the new regulation., ...
SNOWFALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
SNOWFALL Commnencing about 11.30, p,m. on Saturday.last snow, fell on' the 'table 'lands and, continubd until 2.30..'.m. The fall.was the, heaviest :since 1928. The fall was-up' to 12 indhes deep in parts ,and the whole country side was blanketed. Both telephone and electrical sup plies were interruptedl in these dis tricts. The snow ,will be of great benefit to the farmers, as when it thaws it soaks in to a far, greater extent and also has fertilising properties: Large crowds of sightseers visited. Robertson on Sunday and Monday last. Several buses ran 'from Wollon gong, as well as many. cars, trucks aild other, means of transport. So great 'was 'the volume of traffic that Macquarie' Pass became choked Motorists endeavouring , t--pass a row of cars found their, progress blocked and at one., stage there was. a double row of ;cars going up; the pass and returning traffic was stop Lied. However Police were brought from Wollongong and restored order. Cars arriving at the top of the pas...
CHURCH ANNIVERSARY At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 August 1947
CHURCH ANNIVERSARY :! n At ::Gerringong' The 73rdt Anniversary of St. ,George's Chuirclih' o England, Oeirin' 'gong, was 'celebrated on Sunday, 1i7th Aiugust, when there were ecele lent congregations at. both morning and evening; services.,, The special iieachei: for the occasion was Arch deacoi Denham of .Chatswiood.Y At thie morning service a quartette.coin pris!ng Misses J. Graihami, B. Walker, M. Cooke, and' P. Downton renidered special music: whilst at 'the evening service Misses M C.oole and P. Downton sang a duet.