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"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
"ROUNDABOUT" BY "THE MAN IN THE STREET"' Well, i suppose it had to, happen. Yes, I got bitten lijy the Football Biug on Satiurday anid went to see Albion Park and .. Cerrhlgong play their Young Cup semi-final. Got quite a kick. out of it too. For so early in the "seison: it wasn't a bad gaiume. Gerring6oig won 8 to nil and al-. ways gave the impression,' that col le'ctively they had a bit on the Park side. I'm not goizig to pick ;out in dividuals from the winning team as. I need more time to familiarise my self with .them.; Quite a few I do not know but one fact was clear they have quite a solid team: and even if they don't win the premier-. ship they, are going to provide some great entertainment. They look young, are vigorous and keen, and for years to come now, Gerringong should always have a grand team. Despite rumours to the contrary, Brian Raftery was on deck with Al bion Park. "Barney" is still good, quick to spot an opening and quick ce still to miake the most of it. If only...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
OBITUARY The death occurred ';at Central Tilba on Thursday' last of Mrs. Amy Josephine Crapp, aged 53 years. Gerringong residents, will learn of her passing with regret for she made many friends in the district whilst residing there some years ago. Her bright and cheery disposition made her a popular personage in Gerrin gong. She is suryived by her hus band, Mr. Alan WT?. Crapp, and two sons, Harold and Stanley, and one daughter Elsa.'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
FARlMS WANTED Of All Descriptions UR ENT FOR CASH BUYERS SUBMIT PARTICULARS IMMEDIATELY. USUAL CHP G.S NO SALE-- O COMMISSION BASIS Send for Questionnaire Form,. Sydney's, Farm Specialists Pty. ILtd. 28 MARTIN PLACE,.SYDNEY PHONE B 1188, after hours FU 5950 WIRELESS AND REFRIGERATORS SALES AND SERVICE Courteous Attention, to' Inquiries ROBERTS. e KIAMA - - ---- - - - Phone 60 WHITE ANTS COCKROACHES: BORERS FUMIGATIONS ETC. Consult H. W. POWELL & Co. '72 PITT, ST., SYDNEY LICENSED FUMIGATORS ESTIMATES FREE - - - ALL WORK GUARANTEED , Regular Inspections Arranged District Representative: I1 - 'G. MORTON, 215 Crown Street, Wollongong, Phone: 1068 l - .. .... - ......-..-..I INTERNATIONAL. TRUCKS' INTERNATIONAL ITE full range . i includes utilities, Iight, medium, and heavy-duty Internationals in capacities from half ton to ten tons. Ask us NOW for full info, ation. See your local International. Harvester Co. Agent J. N. King and Sons Pty. Ltd. KIAMA & WOLLONGONG - Phone...
GRANT FOR PARK [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
GRANT FOR PARK The Minister,* for Land. (Mr. G. Weir) lhas foivarded 'the following letter to Mr: H T. Fowles, M.L'A.-: "With referehce `to your ipersonal representations `to m'e, on' behal of Riama Municipal Council relative t the request for ?a giant for the im provement' of Keindall Park, Kiama, I desire to iforim you hatha I have approved of the sum of £100 being paid ,to the credit of the Council to wards the maintenance ,arid'' im provement, of the subject area. Ac tion for'payment of the grant is n6ow being taken.' "The amount has been authorised as an advance to be .expended anad accounted"for in connection with the audit, of the Coincils ,accounts under the provisionls of the Local Govern- ' meat Act."
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
HOCKEY The Gerringong ladies travelled to Albion Park on Saturday and had an exciting experience. When their bus was abdtit. three mitles from Al bion Park. the axle broke and the girls started. walking on . until .the Albion Park bus,'caiie ott to meet them. The giroulnid was reached and the girls in quite good spirits, al though the start Was delayed. The footballers needed the ground at 3.15 p.min., but owing to the . late arrival., of the, visiting team I the Hockey .players were able to almost .play , their full time. Play commenced before a large crowd of spectators, Albion Park attacking very.strongly with occas ional breakaways by Gerringong. The game soon settled down to good open play and the game became fairly even: Albion Park. continued to keep up their good play, and a fine movement started just inside of the Gerringong half resulted in the score being opened by a ,very fine shot, which left the Gerringong goal keeper no chance of saving. Albion Park were encouraged by...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
PERSONALI.t Soung son, ~'.., . tRev.,Holme-id r a ife a nd young son of Mosman,d are, holiday. 'ng' at ,'Billow View, ';; Geringong - ' SMr. and Mis. E. Parrish and fao n `1ly; of NoIthi Bondi ea're ,espendngt theii holidaysi at~ Jverr Beach.l t, ,,, Mr.Ei. McOlelland,, of; Bondi; has been visiting hero so and daughteri i-lawMr. and Mrs:I. A.H M;"MeI" l ladf;. .W~low.Valeo' Gerringong'.' lMrs-P, . oble and:. son Arthur, .of Ger~rhigong, tare 'visitingl the form Mr. and' Mrs. 0C.. Walton;' "former residents of KI~iaia, were .pi;esent at the P. and C.", Juvenile ,'Ball at :Ki ama ;on Friday night last.:'.' Prioir to leaving, Kiania M. Walton wais treasurer of the 'Pare'nts and Citi zens.:'
MONTHLY MEETING OF KIAMA COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
MONTHLY MEETING OF KIAMA COUNCIL The minointhly 'meeting o the Kiama Council was ,,held ot Wednesday night last. Tile. Mayor (Ald. W. R. Holden) presided 'n and there were also 'present ldermen Hiidmar shs: Phillips, Wilson,; Boy, d, Brown and! Scott. 'Apologies' wiere; received fromi Alderimei Shepherd and Sp'oule. TOWN CLERK'S REPORT - The Town Clerk (MI'. H. Lyons) repoi'ted: "Council' 'might, indicate wliet'her a Collectoi' is tobe mployed for the comipletioii of ' ?" list of persons who possess the`iequisite iqualification of electors :an'd ratepayers in the cur rent year, in rendiness for the. tiri ennial elections in December next. In view? of. tlie:number of new resi dents within 'the Municipality who occupy portions of houses it would appea, desirable for the irea to be canvassed so that the list inight be' comprehensive. ' "The Pi'inci?ils of the Kiama. Gas Works we?'e, advised the' conditions under whichl Council wars prepared ,to purchase the Gas Works, viz. at the valua...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
CV7 ZIEM S .... LOTHING... .... FOR THESE COLD DAYS MEN'S DRESSING GOWNS In He~vy Wool Material SWe have a large range to choose from. MODERATELY PRICED MENS WOOLLENl UNDERWEAR iWe stock only the best makes including Golden Fleece, Morleys, Lincoln Mills, etc. . MEN'S SPORTS COATS. We have new stocks of the latest makes in assorted colours S FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS We have large stocks of Good Quality Pyjamas in all sizes, 13 coupons pair. Also a good line of woollen Pyjamas in English Cloth only 8 coupons pair. FOOTBALL BOOTS, SHORTS, SOX, ETC. We have good stocks of all these lines Call and Inspect them. AT C. V. Z IEMS , I, MANNING STREET II 167 ___A_ __ _ - - Claude L. Knight, P.I.O. (By Exam.) OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERRALONG ST., KIAMA PHONIC KIA 7. lerry vIo1ttd overy Wodneoday. Alblon Park lit & 3rd T;o deyi Dapto,,Mondays 7,30 to 0 pm, ' atitaaitiýipt q tal?IaM #IIKIi rWt i ?l q# gAl94M lwspag GEORGE MARTIN LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR All CInams of Ileotralol...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
THE TIDES The following times are taken as at Fort Denison, Sydney... Kiaina is approximately 20 minutes 'later': APRIL Thursday, 24th: High 10.36 a.m. and 10.49 p.m.; Low 4.35 a.mn. and 4.24 p.m. Friday, 25th: High 11.34 a.m. and 11.44 p.m.; Low 5.30 a.m. and 5.10 p.m. Saturday,, 26th: High 12.39 p.m.: Low 6.34 a.m. and, 6.7 p.m., Sunday, 27th: High 12.45 a.m. and:; 1.56 p.m.; Low 7.45 a.m. and 7.18 p.m. Monday, 28th: High. 1.55 a.m. and 3.16 p.m.; Low 9 a.m. and 8.40 p.m. Tuesday, 29th: High 3.10 a.m. and 4.26 p.m.; Low 10.9 a.m. and 10. , p.m. Wednesday, 30th: High 4.21 a.m., and 5.24 p.m.; Low 11.6 a.m. and 11.10 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
CURR ENT COUPONS : bese,;Coupons may be. used at . -present:- TEA-9-20 (9-12 expire April 27; 13-16 expire May 25;', .17-20 expire June 22). :,New coupons 21-24 avail able April 28., :.SUGAR--S9 -S10 (expire July 20)} New coupons S11-S12 available:: A'riL'i 28? BUTTTER-?13-15 (expire April, 27). . New' coupons 16-18 available April 28. SM EAT-BlIck 29-35, Green 33-39' (expire Apriil' 27). Newv.. coupons Blacki36-39;?Greeni:4:;and 43 :avail; able 1 prl 28. " .CLOTHING',-Z57-112'' and 1-5 - (1947). Z57-112 'expire Junie 30. PETROL--Feb-March issue closes - country post offices and Fuel Boiard, March' 29. Coupohs have double face. value. All'. pink special food coupons, 1945-46, will remain , current. until.' June 30, 1947. ': -
JUVENILE BALL At Kiama [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
JUVENILE BALL,;" 'TeAt Kiama iThe"iAnnual :arent and?'tiian izensot ASsociation Juvenile ;all ;was, ain the, success. oprevious,.years., SHeld? iin :'the eAntrim d Theatre I! anhi a, lonFiday:' night lasti, the Ball attracte'd a" 'ggatheriingI; i The laii had i been ii decoraited awit d rawings, of aniimials birds, etc€,'ad the iippir"ic room'it asti stefully sde i'iateiiithaed whflowes` &lt;'Thiis 'year; the ;;grandi parade was; weld before judgingcommenced The child'ren assemble in'the supler iooni andc mari ched out and foie somei 10 minutes : ma?/,'*diic n twos,; fours, and' twos again ; around the hall showing ;off their ;'costumes 'to' 'thel "adults" seated arounid the.hall.' The inai~chi. had been o iganis'eci''byMr Fuller .of thee teachingg staff.' The children lined'tupin their re-? spective 'sections io judging. The Judges, M sdames P'. Tar bert,, H. Taylor, xW: R. Holden,' H. Gould, E.. G'. Thatclier. T. 'Tongiue R. Fryer;, B., A. Stephen, C. Meiklejohrin E. R,''....
At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
At Gerringong A meeting of the Gerringong Ten nis Club was held in the School of Arts on Monday night when the President (Mr. A. W. Noble) pre sided over a good attendance of members. It was decided to affiliate with the Kiama District Tennis Association and enter 2 teams in the mixed com petition, two in the 'gents compet ition and .one in the, ladies competi tion. The appointment of captains of the teams was left in the han-ds of the selectors. Messrs. K. Boxsell and A. W. Noble were appointed delegates to the As sociation meetings. It was decided to hold a dance as sooio as possible and arrangements for It were left in the hands of the Executive,. It was decided that a levy of 1/ for gents and. 6d for ladles be im posed on playing members in all matches and the team captains be res?mousible for the collection of the fees,
FIRST STEP MADE On Maternity Wing At Kiama Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
FIRST STEP MADE On Maternity Wing At Kiama Hospital Mr. H. T. Fowles, M.L.A., has re ceived the following letter from the Minister for Health (Mr. C. A. Kelly) "I refer to your personal represen tations on behalf of 'the Board, of Directors of the Kiama District Hos pital, relative to the. need for 3ddl tional accomnmodation for nursing staff, the provision of maternity ac commodation and amplification of services as a permanent solution of the needs of this hospital generally as referred to in my letter of 3rd April, 1947, advising the abandon ing of a temporary scheme. "In this regard I am pleased to he able to-inform you that I have now obtalied approval to funds re iulred to meet the cost involved. Arangements are now being made for the preparation of the necessary plans by t'he' Governnient Architect," Unless a man belongs to one of the strong political parties no notice of him is taken in Parliament. His Electorate therefore suffers, in your own interest VOTE BUSH SOUTH COAST,...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL On Mondlay iiight this cdistrict 'ex4 ,erienced one of the most severe electrical stoirms for . many .years., A? pole at the " noithern intersection of Bong Bong and Slihoalhaven Street supporting the High. Tension elec tricity wiies ??was' stuck emitting a shower of s.parks, but apparently, little daminage was dclone. At Bery tle, power lines came down causing a" shor't (interruption 't6 the? supply, but tempoiary repairs' were affected. During the night heavy rain also fell. The Country generaily, and par ticmilarly the South Coaist, is getting a raw deal from the present political set-up. ' An Independent cannot alter it, but a Liberal Party man can. VOTE BUSH 'SOUTH COAST.-H. Reeve, Campaign Organiser. The Kiama Diggers Annual Re ,union takes place in' the Drill Hall on next Saturday night at 8 o'clock as advertised in this' issue and the Anzac Commemoration Service on the following Sunday 'afternoon. The march from the Memorial Arch to the Antrim Theatre...
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
TENNIS Dunmore Club is holding a Men's Open Doubles Tournament on Sun day next, 27th April, commencing at 9.30 a.m. Entries at one shilling per player may be madle with, the Sec retary, Mr. Leo O'Dwyer. First prize is a handsome Silvei Cup and a val uablee second prize will also be awarded. Afternoon tea will be pro vided and hot water will be available for luncheon. Early entry is re qtuested but' post entries will be ac cepted.
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
RIFLE SHOOTING' .On Saturdy;ast Bul' Rifle Club visited Kiffin 'aClub aid after a'een competitionK" iin out` :winners ; by. eleven points; ,bTop Score :f the day was ;scedb . y '-A lexander,. ;vho sko6ed 49 and 38 givhig 'hii 87 out o " possib Next :best vereF: urand 0 a Grey withliW. :Thom as, 'Two' 'stage& w~ere fired,` ;10 "shots. and; 8 sht, t500 1yards.: Scones: ? , KIAIýA' XV Alexander. . .. 49 38 87 0. Giey .... .. ..4 38 76 SCurry:. ... ' 47 30 864 A' Thaw . 4 39' 85 G. Honey . . .'... 47 37 `4 . Weston .. . .'. .46. 37- $83 0, Alexander. ..... 42 38'? 80' J., Wiley... . , . 43 x'36 79 :. 'Love ... ? 2:. 4 36 8 G. Morgan. . . . .".' 43 5 7R? H. Brown'... ....... 40 35 75 0. 'Boniface'.'. ...42 33 75 L. Boniface .':?: ". . ., 38 34 72 D. Wilson . .... .. 40 26 66 , Boniface . .. . . 29 3 6 tBULLI W. Thomias.. .. . 49 37 386 R :. 1aike . ? , .. 47 38 85 A. Ryan .. .:..... .... 47 37 84 A. Biddulph.. ... . ... 45 38 83 A.. Simpson .. . ... . 47 36' 83 J. Reid .... ........
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
GERRINGONG CLUB On Saturday afternoon theGerrin gong Club conducted an 18 hole Stableford Event for a trophy dona ted by V. J. Walker. Results: R. H. Miller 34 points, V. J. Walk er 33, E. J., Miller 32, K. Hockaday 31, R. Jones 30, Ray Niller 30, W. Hockaday 29, L. MitChell 29, C. Sharpe 28, J. Carson ; 27, J. R. M. Miller 26, Rev. Lawtoih 26, A. Bur gess 24, N.-Nelson--23, A. Stebbing 23, J. Parkhill 21, E. IEolt 18. The final of the Cock of the Walk Four Ball competition' was played in conjunction with the above and resulted in R. H. Miller and W. Hockaday defeating R v. H. Lawson and C. Sharpe 5 up.
GOLF KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
GOLF KIAMA CLUB Rev. M. Irish and Miss D. Oates won the Foursome on Saturdlay last. The draw for the first/ round of the Knight Cup which `ill be a Stroke event, t obe played on Sat urday next 26th inst., 'is as follows: G. Blpomfield v. W. Peck; S. Boyd v. W. Walker; C. Boyd v. M. Evers; J. Davis v. J. Oates; J. Richardson v. G. Conn; A. Boyd v. H. Brown; J. King v. F. Sullivan; C. Mosckos v. M. Briggs; K. S'arratt v. E. Evans; B. Moore v. F. burry; K. Pearce v. Rev. Irish. An open mixed Foursome will be held on Sunday, 27th.
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
COMING EVENTS "PPy 2nd-R.S.L. Ball, Jamberoo May 9-Cath. E.P. & Dance, Al. Park May 9th: C.W.A. Jubilee Ball, Kiama May 23rd-Band Ball. Kiama. July 4-Red Cross Ball, Jamberoo. July 24-Meth. Tea Box Aftn'n, Ki. July 11-Oricketers Prem. Ball,. Ki. July 25-Cricket Prem. Ball, G'gon;. June 27-C.W.A. Ball, Gerrlngong Sept. 18th-Meth. Spring Fair, J'roo
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 April 1947
in Memoriam , ,MALZARD-In loving memory of our dear 'father and grandfather, Philip Malzard,: who passed away. '2nd Apiil; 1942. " lways. Reiliembeied -:Inserted ;by Tom,and Pliillis ,Wa -ren and griandchildrei-. wD iCEDNSD.a i WEDNESDAY, :,APRIL ;23, ,1947;x