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COMPETITION POINTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
COMPETITION POINTS rThe following are the points in the South Coast Rugby League competi tion:-Kiania :2S, Berry 25, ,Jam beroo 23, Albidn Park 19, Gerringong 19,' Pyree 17, Nowra 14, Milton 8, Shelliarbour 7:. -To have a chance of making the semi-finals, Albion, Park have 'to de feat Berry to-day; If they succeed in doing so play offs for second and t)urth" positions would be necess ary, so to-clay's games will have an added interest.
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
UHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Jami- berco 11 a.mh. (HO); . Sliellliarbour 7.30. p.m. (EP)-Rev. A. IH. Edwards, Rector. . METHODIST-Kiama 10.15 a.m,", and 7 'p.m.; Gerrihgong 11:15 :maini Rev. ,R. C. Clark; Jambero?, 11.1l a.nm." Mr. A. Gorrell; Shellhiarloiii 11.15 a.m. Mr. Neville Russell. PRESBYTERIAN.-Kiama 10 a.m; mid 7 p.mn. (Communion' at s'ervices); Jamberoo 11.30 a.mnf. (Comninunibon i Rev. H. H. Childs. CHURCH OF ENGLAND--Klamina 11 a li.. (MP & HO);, 7., p??!?,i,' (E )'. Foxgi'ound 10 aný (MP); ,: Gerri?n gong 11.15 a.m; (MP), 7 p.mi . (EP) Rev. S. A. 1a.fistone, Rector;;.,: CO N G R EGA-TIONAL-G*'rrigong 1i ami.nand 7.30( p.m--"Rev H. E. Lawson. " .'
SOUTH COAST LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
SOUTH COAST LEAGUES:. Match of the day in the above League' s compxetiton todtty. will be supplied by Berry and Albion Park at Albion Park. Milton has forfeitedi to Gein?ngong and as a i.'result the League Executive has decided .do play the Junior GiGade seinui-flnal i?,eplay Kiaima v. Berry at Gerriigong .at.3.15 p.m. This game was previously set dovwn foir ,Jam bei'oo but that has ?been cancelled. The other semi-final replays Boma dii y v: Roseby Park and Nowra v. Miltoni will be :played at Berry., The Judiciary Committee of the above League: mniade the following de cdisions this wveek:- A. Sharpe (Ki ania) suspended foir . 2. 'competition matches aind fined 10/- for fighting; a protest by Bominaderry Club con cerning a decision by the Refeiree hi, the Bomaderry-Ro'seby Park match last Saturday was dismissed.
FOOTBALL REFEREES FOR SATURDAY FIRST GRADE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
FOOTBALL ,REFEREES FOR SATURDAY: FIRST GRADE Gerringong v.Milton (1 Rutledge) Jamiberoo v. hellharbour (K. : .Grey) Pyree v Kiamna (A, Blanch) Albion Pa1rk ,v Berry (J 0'Keefe, Linesiimen: A?:McDoinald and Wollon gong linesman). RESERVE GRADE Semit-final,. omiaderry v Roseby Pailr it Bei;y (A; Booth, ;Linesmen 5 Butler and' R' Lidbetter) JUNIOR GRADE Semi-final, Milton v. Nowra at Birry :at 2 p!m (R, Lidbetter, Lines men: J. Butler and A Booth) Kiama v. Berryy at Geri ingong at 3.15 p in (MM Camage, Linesmen S. Thicknesse and K. Grey).
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL See: "Illawarra Sales'? next to. Illa??aiira Hotel, 88-90 Keira Shtreet, WIlongong, i you wish to buy or. 'rhe ' Kiafi'l Agriculturail Society lhas decided' toe larige the Farm and Daiiry Produce Sectibn ?foir the iiext (Cente?liaiy) 'Shol' and to lig b eit' ore in line with the, e-waia sec n Classes will be included tor iay, maize, sorghumi anid .tlie quai?ter ,:i'e of potatoes ..lias 'alsdo been re Gtored to the Prize Schediile.
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
COMING ....EVENTS Sept. 18th-Meth. Spring Fair, J'roo Sept. 19-Masquerade Ball, J'beroo.. Sept. 26-Diggers' Ball, Kiama. Sept. 30-C. of E. Tea Meeting, Ki. - Oct 3-Hospital Ball, Jamberoo. Oct. 7-Scots church Spring Fair, Ki. Oct. 14--C. of E. Flower Show, J'roo Oct 17-J'roo Junior Farmers Ball. Oct. 24-P. & C. Ball, Albion Park. Oct. 29-Spring Show, Gerringong. Dec. 5-C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance, Ki.
THE GERRINGONG CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY SOCIETY Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
THE GERRINGONG CO-OPERATIVE DAIRY SOCIETY Annual Meeting:. The 59th Annual Meeting of' the Geiringong Co-operative Daiiy Soc iety was held in the School of Arts, Gerringong, on Wednesday night last. The Chairinman of Directoi's (Mr. M1. J. Walkeri, I?resided and besides' a good attendance of supplierss the following visitors were pi'esent: HoIn, A. N. Binks, M.L.'. anid Messrs, L. Place (Dairy' Farinei's Milk C.); A: Stebbing (Banker), T R. Thomp son (Beri'y Factory), H. '0. Cart wright (Veterinairy Officer),, G P. Wcitkiins, F.' Kearns "(Solicitois), A. Watson (Milk Board) ;Apologies w?ere received from Messi's. H. Deriford, F. Sedgwick (Milk Board), I. J.. Thompson and J. W. Cullen., .'ANNUAL REPORT The 'Secretary (Mr. V. J. Walker) repoirted as follows: 'During the period 27,275 lbs of butterwere manufactured, a decrease of 527 lbs compared with the prevy icus yeair. Including the Goveirnment Subsidy, the 'average price to sup pliers was 22.5d per lb "1,192;913' gallons of milk w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
C' V Z,,,IEMS MAN\NING STREET, KJAMA . MEN'S OVERCOATS NEW STOCKS 'WE,, HAVE JUST RECEIVED SOME VERY, SMART, GOOD QUALITY, DOUBLE BREASTEDOVERCOATS. .ALSO WE HAVE A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF POLO. STYLE COATS +r .....--r + .+ MENS RAIN COATS GOOD, QUALITY OILSKIN RAINCOATS GUARANTEED WATERPROOF-£3 ' Sý: MEN'S FELT HATS " 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. "t :. -'." ' " " ` " ' : . °. : " i TAN CAhF SýHOES-Best quality calf-27/6 Pr. ZV . Z jIEMS IANIN ! STREET [I :.v p+Opp I+ [7IAM?A jj+ Ig . .. 0 . . . 4 3 iU A. M. SULLIVAN MANNING STREET, KIAMA, S NEWSAGENT, STATIONER, SHEPHERD'S SEEDS i,,i, li Depot for S NU-SYSTEM LAUNDRY AND "DRY CLEANING N+ . ,,+ Deliveries Mondays and Thursdays-SATISFACTION ASSURED : ,::::::::. ...... ...:....::::.:..:::::::::.:.:.::::...:.:.:::.::. :::::* ADVERTISING RATF '"CASUAL" (Functions, Notices, Sales, etc.), 4/- per single, column inch. Birth, ...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
THE TIDES The following times are taken as at Fort ini~Soni, .Sydney. Kiamaia is.appiouiiniately 210 minutes later: - SEPTEMBER Saturday 6th: High 11.54 a.m.; Low 5.31 a.m. and 6.6 p.m. ?? . Sunday 7th: High 12.10 a.m..and : 12.46 p.m.; Low 6.11 a.m. and 7.11 p.m. Monday .8th: High 1.11 a.m. and 1.49 p.m.; Low 7.5 a.m. & 8.35 p.m., Tuesday 9th:. High 2.31 a.m. and 3.3 p.m.; Low 8.14 a.m., &.10 p.ni. Wednesday 10th: High 3.59 a.m. & 4.16 p.m.; Low 9.31 a.m. &-11.11 p.m. Thursday 11th: High 5.14 a.m. & 5.24 p.mi.; Low 10.44 a.m. Friday 12th: High 6.11 a.m. and 6.21 p.m:; Low 12.10 a.m. & 12.4 p.m.! Saturday 13th: High 7.1 a.m. and 7.11 p.m.; Low 1 a.m. and 12.45 p.m. Sunday 14th: High '7.49 a.m. and 8 p.m.; Low 1.45 a.m. & 1.39 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
CURRENT COUPONS SThese (onupons may be used at )resent: TEA-29-40 (29-32 expire 14th September, 33-36 expire 12th Octob er, 37-40 expire 9th November). New. coupons 41-44 available' 15th Sep tember. BUTTER-28-30 (expiry 14th Sep tember). ,New- coupons 31-33 avail able 15th September. MEAT-Black 64-70, Green 73-79 expire'14th September. New coupons black 71-74 and green 817 and 83 available 15th September. CLOTHING-1-56 (1947).
ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
SALBIO PARK NES (From !our Albion Park Correspondent) , embers :'of the, Metliodist. Clurcl r conducted a St1;eetStall i ii? Terry etreet, 'Albion °Par "':!on Satirda '". last and report`' good'businessE. . Early, the stall'w was well filled with'gifts of all 'kind, of "vegetables, fruit, jams: etci and the liole heated support given was most hiearteniing. ' sA veiy larg landslide has take1 place on the nmountain ',imiimediately behind Tongarra mine It Wisestim tedthat the` weight of stone, and eairth dislodged' is well oveei 200 tons Damage was 'done to the wateripow er. scheme which has generated elec.,, ti icity to drive the ai 1plant geiral inacli iner'y anid provide light ~oi the mine , as the watei piies wei e 8bi1o en in many places. The minanagem ent " has had `to r'esort' t ;generating by Deisel :engine' to help' overcome thea, difficulty: Messis: C. McClelland i and G McBarron have 'gone ion a motoritrip' ; along the South Coast ,'cairmpi ig o?b the .way: They intend'?to b...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
PERSONAL iMrs. Robinson, who foimerly re sided at Weirri Beach for some years i, sing .the locality at pre t the gsuest'of 'Miss . Mace. Mrs McKinnion and daughte&lt;!1 I-Ilen, of Carltoni, are holidaying at% GerIngong as :ti he' guest's?of Mr. and' M1~rs"Ai.r Cooper. MissHelen Mc- . ,Ki1i non 6iaiteacher at the'Gerrin-. 'gongP?ubh School. some years ago ad ihas een reinewing many old ac '`' quaint inces ,in the district. i. . and M £ . W. Gr ahami of 'K) Gei riigong- have been holidayingin :" the Western' districts of NS.W.
A.I.S. SOCIETY Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
,AIS. SOCIETY An OCEYMonthly Meetingi , The :monthly ine: ting "o5 the, Jlla avaira and :'Soutl ern. NS W. Bi ci o ',the. Austi'ilaiha Illaw vaua' 'Shoi horn.Society was heldc inthie oCouncil Ohanbe,. K amaon l:uesday last 1'he Vice P esilent (Mr GE "qhit were also present oessis A W Dowes . JWilson, N: Richaitd sridson; ]];.'T;, 'Noble '~'C;. R .Chittick, Jo Walker; 3ien nani; :'M Dudgeon; A Gall and G. Noble Apologies, ,were . eceived fronii Messi s; G,. G 1 ey, 1. `0: ,Sims,' Sh:leyJ . 'W. Oullein ittick '. East, A I Fredericks, G Alexandei CONDOL'ENCE Tlie ch"iaifi iia Ioved resolutions of con dolence with Mi H' Thoints in ti eath ci his hi othei MiJ W. IHenr3 iin the loss6f his wife; Mi. G'. Grcy in tthe loss of , his. sistei ard to. the relatives of tiei; late Robeit. Chittick . .. SYMPATHY The chairmanil ioved that a motion of syipathy ble extended to Mir H. R E1at hills illness: CONGRATULATIONS Mivr., Chitticli moved that a letter of' congr'atulation lbe fo'rwVarded .'to ion...
R.S.S.A.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
R.S.S.AJ.L.A. : The :President .(Mr. H:: N Miller) occiuied the chair 'at :the: monthly meeting of -the .Gerringong: Sub branch. and the attendance was ex-, cellent. Diggers Carter anid Gemmill :,;e-/ ported having represented'the branch at the district meeting':: at "Kiama with regard to the '.suggested 'High School at that centre. . It was decided that" Gerringong should become a member 6if the Re turned Soldiers Club in the city so that all Diggers can partake of the amenities offered at that centre. A report was given ;by the dele gates to the recent Sub-district Council meeting which was. held in our own club room. Quite a numiber of subjects were discussed, included in the list was the forthcoming ath letic shield competition, The meet ing decided to donate the sum of £5/5/- towards the' open athletic events at the annual sports meeting. The Social .Committee reported that quite a lot of organising had been carried out in connection. with the Re-union on 11th. Noveinber. /The ...
TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
.. T,':-, T.HE. EDITOR . . Si Ha:'' -riangbeeneacing the col umns):of heei liiia:t Indepnen ! regulailyi I d: aa'i ai tlebi disappoint ed witint thei witings ofl"he Ma i Fite Stleef th e o e tiw' a oeekl pas occasionally, : rlittle:of tlihe doing ithe Bol ling. Club 'It seems nto Siri s, lat .the soi beis soiewhat little:.,, Cockeyed ,:.and oliy ,sees thoingsc fiormI iart angle O ifcouihse it puff, the boys up a oor adeal, ut poArt is:well cbvered in thecolumn 0 :The Indepenideit, under .tes ie ad ing:of Spo ting Items, and .lThe Man: iiin :the StreetO.'. just :goes':yer thie same gound i I e wee iting ,under tho iln' ride-plume ' of 'The' Mtan: on , the Line" ..one .would ·agree ,with him. Perhaps hedoesnp,,o'knbow that foi almost a fortlightlit .inthie 'oeuncilF Chambers, the. re .have beeni 'displayed quite a. numberi, of:'very, clloice wo'ks. b rt fiiomi thi e Nation al Art Gadllery, but: peiirhap ':b eing: !!rhe .Man, in the Stieet,h,;he has niot 'seen them,,: and:o. .nodoubtia...
DIGGERS BALL At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
DIGGERS BALL At Gerringong The Annual Ball conducted 'by 'the :rriligong Sub-branch off the R.S.L, •as hield in the Schoiol of" Aits on ednesday, 27th August, and once ain was highly ,successfuil. There ,as quite a large attendance which icluded visitors froii all neighbour hg' towns. The hall had been very artistic ily decorated bye a willing band of iorkers.. The main liall was decora ed with red, white and blue stream is overhead whilst the, windows iere drapeed with stream'?slin cur tin fashion.. On the back stage was reenery into which was worked the .S.L. crest Whilst alon :the front f the stage in lairge size Were the tters R.S.S.A.I.L.A. set oin a col ired .background. Nickel's Orchestra pprovided the uisic for the. dancing for which lessrs. M. A. 'Hayter and N:'. S. harpe were the capable M's.O. A onto Carlo dance held, .during the ening was won by Mr. H. Wadding I and Miss E, Davis. The ball was officially obpened by i. Sam Hordern Who .was: accorn hnied by'his wife. The P...
TENNIS MIXED COMPETITION Jamberoo II v. Gerringong I [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 6 September 1947
TENNIS MIXED COMPETITION Jamberoo II v. Gerringong I W. Pryor and E. Fredericks (J) v. K. Boxsell and E. Emery (G) 3-6; v. M. Bird and "(. Wiggins 1-6.. S. Dickson and N. Bolton v. K. Boxsell and E. Emery 1-6; v. M. Bird and C. Wiggins 0-6. Miss Mui'phy and Mrs. Boxsell v. Mrs: Watson and Mrs. Downton 6-2. W. Pryor and Mrs. Boxsell v. Mrs. Watson and K. Boxsell 3-6; E. Fredericks and Miss Murphy v. E. Emery and Mrs. Downton 0-6; N. Bolton and Miss Murphy v, C. Wig gins and Mrs. Watson 5-6; S. Dick son and 'Mrs. Boxsell v. M. Bird and Mrs. Downton 5-6. Won' by Gerringoiig Club 8 sets 50 games to Jamberoo 1 set 24 games. :To-day (Saturday) the matches which were deferred in the third round of the Men's Competition due to wet weatheir, will be played. In a report of the recently held tournament for Boys under 16, a mistake was made in reporting the result. This should have read: John Bloomfield 1st; Mat Graham and John Dew equal 2nd.