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WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
WEDDING A great deal of intei:st :.centled in- the. weddilig of ::Miss ,:Maureen nImelda Walsh, Idaughtei oft Mi. J.: R,' Walsh and the late Mrs. Walsl, 'of "Middleniount,"' Jambeioo, to ,Mri Alan, Fiancis -O'Keefe, soii of Mr. and Mis. David O'Keefe, of ,Mt. Allowrie,' Jamberoo00 , The' ceriemoiny was solemnised'..-at St.'Paul's Catholic ,Chlil:ch, Albion Park by, Rev. Fatheri Grealy on 23rd August last: The briide chose' a frock of off white old wor'ld lace, with a full ciir cular skirt and a wide lace frill run iing flrom shoulder.'to rhem iine. She carried a bouquet of white tubri roses, white carnations, Tasmanian h catther and slipper orchids. Miss Bonnie Howard, of Abbots 'ord attended the bride 'and chose :a frock of white silk net, over satin taffeti and featuring a. full. skirt with. circular 'frills. She carried, a bouquet of red ranunculi, blue. delphiniums and Tasmanian heather. Mr. Brian O'Gorlnian, of Drum royne, was best man. Miss Marie Warby, of Jamberoo, niece of t...
MONTHLY MEETING OF THE JAMBEROO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
MONTHLY MEETING OF THE JAMBEROO N COUJNCl' The monthly meeting of the 'Jam beroo Couli ti was held in the Coun-. cil' Chambers 'on .Thursday miorning' last:: In the absence of ,the1 Mayor, the Deputyi Mayor (Alid., :. , "Jones): presided ahd: there were ?also :prey, sent Ald rmen E: , K. , Tate; ,E.: Hi-r r Jis, J:. R Walsh, iH.; C. ,Warby, C. ,R. Chittick anid . Weir. CONDOLENCE The Deputy Mayor moved a riesolu tion of condolence with Mirs. Harris rin the death of, he"r .;brother,: ,Mr. Snell. SYMPATHY, Ald. Warby anld Weir moved that a motion of sympathy be accorded to' the Mayor and',Ald. Colley in their illness. MAYORAL MINUTE, . The Deputy Mayor reported that a meeting had been held on, Monday last ivhen a conference was held with. the R.S.L. and: Progress Association regarding Housing. No finality had been reached and it iwas decided .to form a. deputation to the . Minister. The delegates' had stated that 12 houses at least were needed. The *Works 'Cominittee had niet',and the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
TE TIDES '"he i;uwViug iti:ne are taken a. u.. IorVt Dlenison., .Sydney. Kiama is appIo::ilmately 20 minutes later:- SEPTEMBER , 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.m.; 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. Monday 15th: High 8.29 a.m. and 8.46 p.m.; Low 2.26 a.m:. & 2.29.p.m. -Tuesday 16th: .High 9.11 a.m. and 9.30 p.m.; Low 3.6 a.m. & 3.16 'p.m. .Wednesday 17th: High 9.53 a.m. & 10.12 p.m'.; Low 3.46 a.m. & 4.5 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These c'u()l)(). ay:.be used. .at present:.- : TEA --29-40 ,,(29-32 expire 14th ,September, 33-36 c piie 12th Octob'- ' er, 37-40 exleil:e 9th No~emiber):.New coupons 41-44 available. 15th "Sep tembetr. 'BUTTER-28-30 (exp re 14th Sep-: tembelr).: New coupons 31-33 availi able 15th. September. M EAT-Black 04-70,' Green. 73-79 expire 14th. September. New coupons black 71-74 anid :green .81 and 83, available 15th September: CLOTHING-1-56 (1947).
REVIEW "THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
'THE AUSTRAFLIAN f JO, iiAL" Latest feature of J1li' eAustiralani Journal is' the serial pubii lication of "The Egg and I,' Betty Macdoniald's hilarious account of fiieir life with, h'er' chickefn-rilsing'liusb and ini the. wilds o ,the OlympicMountaint This, is the story oir? ,hich :.the recoid-, breaking comedy film is baIed. Shar ing. the, top of ,this moi h' JournIa ;conteunts liftiteith The Egg: and ,I" is iie. tod istainent of "The Yearling,; Marjorie Kinnan Raawling's Pulitzer Prizie 'Nie, .. Complete sto'ies "lby Australian writers April: McKee Wiright, H. H. Wilson,' J. Somier'ville Best,: Frank Walfoi'd, J'.: U. Prell, Rex Grayson `and' otheis, together with imjlroving illustrationii make' the issue a .:inner. This Smontlh the, Journal' starts * on * its eigliy-thii id 'year of :continuous pub lication, but' the only thing out-of dato about It is the price--sixpence!
BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
BIRTHDAY PARTY .. very enjoyable evening.'' ,was,: spent, at the home of MI an'd lMrs. Albei't Robb, 6o'i :Yellow R?0oclk?." oiln 1 uesday, the occasion, ibeing ,the 21st Bilutliday of then second sofi Neville. Upw?ards of 50 persons t tended. iDaniicing and games passed : tlhe eveiling away, :Williing helpers "served, a 'splendid: tea and pride of place Was accorded a I"ovely birthdlay cqlke 'made andi giveil to Neville' liy his gilandiotheri Mrs. Smith. Dui ing the eveniiig, hs' father .pie sented hiim witlih the ley of the dooi. Neville receiVed many useful pire sents; including. cheques.' 'Music,.was con tributed by .Mr. Roy 'Iazelton for: the dance.
KIAMA CRICKET CLUB Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
KIAMA CRICKET! CLUB Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Kiama. Cricket Club was held -in the School of Arts dn Mrionday nlght, 1st Sep tember, Mr. J. Canibirell presiding over a fair attendance of members. The Secretary (Mr . C. Raison) p~ibented :t he followin report on. the 1946-47, seaso"' ` '1'he Kiama i-cet Club;c after b'e..ing rees sa'duifn'githe wal'y eP,'s wvas .reformined last Sepjteimbelie and affiliated with thl Soiibth Coast iick-. et. As'sQciationwhiclih was conducting. its" iiitial, competitioni. uiir Club entered, a team .ineach grade and we were successful in winning the: sec ond. grade'-conipetltion and by doi'ng so won the: Association' Shield and a cup donated by Mr. Bill Long bottom. Oilur first :gade side, Which got' away to 'a good" start,: was not coisisstent enough .to hold its eaiiy lead. in the competition. Nevertheless 'we had the satisfaction. of defeating the ultimate 'wilners (Geriýiingong, ini the second rodund ., "The :best peifoimeirs in tlie f...
ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
ALBION PARK NEWS S(Fromn our Albion Park"' Correspondent) i:Parlt du ilg the w1eek'endwei':ees Cyl;' ki C eCi aiindc.lgai io ton. 'otl ot" thepse. niei ve in :"o+b.. , o soirc time ad the iiri' old' efd' I d i delighted Ito see thea n; eiy ht' his wife and baby soa wvithbin'" Mi andt Mi se h l hBiowlet `eiti f F,` o n ogari'ne, ha ime r WthB o' 1 i ebok h been ill h alt; ing fi oim artliihitis; "''Mi: ;a 'Bi ownilee weas tconfinedltoi heri 'bed 'rchree, he as dirling the whole' of he ma ided o e' s he:: hasi neyer bee:i ill Ther o fi t aend ht ole ici ,a speedy; l es tdiation 'tohealth For " somie 'time I. J ;,: :Wilson, o,: Albion Pai'k ,has beeni"n ''ill health:, After consultig hisdotor hlie.: was; advised. to see ,a.. 'Sydney., splecalist, the,? iesult ,being that he., has bee cideiread to, rest foi:. some time and. undergo treatmiiient:..
THRIFT CHAMPIONSHIP Ends Soon [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
iTHRIFT CHAMPIONSHIP Ends Soon :Iany 'i!thousands of:,i G6d' Savin?gs Stamnps have":' been purchased, : ' by school 'chidren im iall partsof N.S.W. anxious!'to ''win the', valuable piizes'. offered ;?,in theI NS W. Thri;ft championship competitioni. And Fieldus ,of South Graf ton;, withl 1720 stamps to ie 'credt is still 1ead ing 'in'" the .5-9 . years' :divisionl of the' girls' section which .'offers a set : of -valuable books: :' A tennis . racquet', a utographed, ''by the'Anierican Davis 'dup team is thfe prize -.for "the: girls 9-13 .years and" Fay :Carmody, .ofd Huiniula, with *1920 stamnps. has: taken 'the lead .firom Betty Durie, of ,Warrawong, who, has saved' 1320 stainps. Heather ,Beckwith, of West Wya long, has,: nbow: increased;i her, score to 1880 stamps and still leads ' the field in'the 13-17 years division with a wristlet watch as the prize.,: Little John Locke, of Randwick, has come from nowhere to, take: the lead in the boys' 5-9 years division .with 720 stamps and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
Suits of Distinction ,TAILORED BY RALPH HARRIS 100 Terralong St. KIAMA SBUY LOCKETT'S AlvMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. Claude L. Knight, F.I.O. (By Exam.) OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERRALONG ST., (IAMA PHONE KIA 7, Berry visited every-Wednesday. Albion Park 1st & 3rd Tuesdays Dapto, Mondays 7.30 to 9 p.m. DIRECTORY MKIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers, Green. grocers. Deliveries daily to Ki ama. Jamberoo and -Shellharbour • Phone 185. J. CURRY,' Plumbers' Supplies. Ter ralong Street. Phone 169. 3OOK & DYER, Fruit and Confec tionery. Terralong Street, Kiama. Phone 173.; -IRE'SERVICE, Day or night. Phone 92. CLEM 'KEIR, Manning Street. Cars washed and cleaned. O: H. BLAIR, Hairdresser and To bacconist. Razors and Scissors, Sharpened. Manning street. J. MANCY. Representative fdr.West ern Assilrance Co., Fire, Personal Sickness and 'Accident, Workers' Compensation. Undoubted Secur ity, Prompt settlement, 60 ' Collins Street. J. SMITH, Quality Butcher. We only sell the...
NEW CHAIRMAN [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
NEW CHAIRMAN: Mi ,Ja,: iunod? 'W?aselected Chair-?O ra?'Mn theG B3oaid'ol'0 D iectorso tithe Illawar ia, Co-opeiel?ti'd ,Oeriti1 )Dairy, Society A'lbioniPark Mr I" ' .' :" ' 'Yo? l""'!)'k s le?"ted: A mi tinsg of' the' Bfoard was ,held' Yesterday 1'or' ,th:e: p iipose of elact, lou ars cetsoy to' . ae ,'7: y;I ratser iab Edina manR&
At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
At Jamberoo - Mr: H. Colley has kindly supplied the following rainfall figures at Jam beroo: 10th .. .... . ..i 5 points 11th ....?........ .. . 5 points 16th,.. ... ..... ..I 8 points 19th .......... .. 16 points 20th .. .. .. .... .. 75 points 22nd . . . ... 25 points 23rd'.. .. . 2 points 24th .... .. .-... ·211 points 25th .. ..;... ... 4 points 26th ... ..... .. .' 8 points 27th ... . .... :",. 7 points Total ...... .... 366 points
86th ANNIVERSARY Of Congregational Church [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
86th . ANNIVERSARY Of Congregational! Church A welcome tea was held in tlih Gerringong. Cor4gregationial Suinday School Hall on Saturday, 23rd Aug ust, to welcome the hairmnan of the Congregational Union. (Rev, Clair Palmer) and Mrs. Palmer. The .Rev. H. E. .Lawson piesideod and extended ,a welcome to Rev. and Mrs. Palmer, Rev.- Mainstone and Mr. Johnston, of the Church of' Eng land, the Mayor and Mayore'sý (Ald. and Mrs. G. E. Chittick). In doing so he said,the Gerringoug folk were pleased to have Rev. Palmer to coi duct the anniversary .services and congi'atulated him on attaining such high office in the Church.. Rev. S. A.. Mainstone extended greetings from the Church 'of Eng land and spoke of the good, ?ellowship between the churches of the district. The Mayor added his good wishes, to the Rev, and Mrs. Palmer and' con gr~tulated the Church' on reaching the 86th Anniversary. Mr. T. Ellerington, in.the absence of Rev. R. C: Clark, :represented the Methodist Church and added his c...
HIGH SCHOOL At Kiama [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
;HIGH I SCHOOL Ai? . . ia~oma,: :,' ' 'iTlie M'iniste? i'foa 'idatid on (Honi. iR: Heffron) hlas yfitten to' Mr. II '. , Fowles,; M.L.A' is,a follows: ? ' h il refer ,,t outr pe&sonal ie ie?ireieni tntioils `on behalilf the Council of the le 'Ticialia?ty ol Kiania, whent you advised ie ; 'theat ;at a OCnfereiice ,held orin thie 7thli iist,; representatives ofd;various .'local Couicilts and' public; paities it was urged that full, Highi School facilities ,together with ItIom Science, 'Technical anid ,Agricultural: courses be made available at Kianma. "I regret that miy ipresent heavy' co m .itments ' ni it' it . i 'pi 'acticiable' toi me at the.; nmoment to indicite when I shall hiavc 'the olipoitunliity of Sisiting Kiana, buit in view of your strong supporting commentieis I have. requested the Director .Genreral to hirve special inivestigationis ilade' concerning ;the ,ibbvenientioned r' quests." ,
FIRE At Bombo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
1 1 asma lire k B rgae'wa called out` to , aguish'ae deat. 'Mac?dea ,eand 'M cdden' `; Bot tioo Sawmill, theB lrlgade 'arrived ;ýwyithilfi ao ew,~onuts ,r ieving 'the n cnal? nia' wa awll t and . nhow n~:,restm'td ye tles, h a al= a rsiofl e sp inuks .were: blowing acii 05 The' fiiHmes weic quickly bought: under 6lcoani l conibutit took ,aincluother ou bc it otilsiu aid ;ihtelinei ousle sdall fores which ha e started in saryPrdus?andsciat but theas about tchi orkad ''otors we''dmaged.::: At w festeey' winod hotgale noise fanth ott'he many st smalld f lies notat ha sy ocanealy y been extiuilamb veed e a6f.ic:and contets, (ihancluding tlie'account boowa aand: t elephone) was a igor deshi ont inflwesten mmbside of theiainll:weicin completely utted Tlle in clicular ,saw . was `b dly w'jarpeiiytyand motors wei'e unidamaged, With 700': feet of hose in use, the Blelgid founid the task-of extinguish .ing the many small 'fies, no easy one, as` 'they "had to clambei over Heivy hose with them ...
G.F.S. CONCERT At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
G.FS. . CONCERT .At Janiberoo' The colcert ,organised by. the Jamberoo Girls Friendly Society and held in the School of :Arts on Fri dcay, 29th August was a huge suc cess both socially and financially:. Items were contributed by artists from Sydney, Albion Park and. Ki ama, as well as by local. artists. and were thoroughly enjoyed by the large crowd present. i Tile following was the programme: Overture, Mesdames CiGreary and Watson; Opening Chorus, "Gentle-. men, the King," Miss :Cooper'- and Company; 'Recitation, Miss Hazel Boss; Song, Mr. D. McAdam. A Play, "A Reporter.in Fairyland," The Children; Pianoforte Solo, Miss Gwen Alexander; Songs, Mr. Noel Lamerton; Irish Jig, Misses Hazel Boss and J: Cooper. Sketch, "Women's Rights," Misses R. Irvine, M. Rutledge and Audrey Graham; Song, Miss .Valerie Boles; lill Billy Item,, The Martin Troupe; Vocal Number, "Jeanine of Lilac Time," Miss Isabel , Walker and Chorus; Recitation, Miss Hazel Boss; Song, Mi. Boles;. Pianoforte Duet, Miss Jo...
Hockey [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
Hockey Saturday's results: Gerringong 2 goals (J. GrahAm 2 goals) drew with Albion Pal:k 2 (H. Guthrie and V. Pearson goals). Berry I defeated Kiama I by 3 goals to..2. ,Gerringong and Albion Park met on Saturdaty at Jubilee Park. As was anticipated the match, between these two teams was both hard .and keen ly. contested throughout. The Park soon settled down and by their hard hitting and long pas sing movements soon.had the Gong defenders .worried. Their forwards were both fast and enterprising. and were.1soon to be rewarded. Heather Guthrie, playing a fine game on the right wing, took advantage of a poor ,hit' by the Gerringong back to open the score. The Park did not let up and Vera.Pearson snapped up an opening to score with .a good shot. Two goals down Gerringong got busy and, playing their left wing to ad- vantage .had.,their: share, of the play. Tllo Park gale was in top form and lfarid to, beat. Gerringong's left/ wiinier scored for her side juist be fore half-tine:. The sec...
RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
RAINFALL Mr. N. E. Hindmarsh has supplied us with figures of rainfall recorded by him during August, as follows: 9th.. .. .. .. .. p4 points 10th . : .......... 6 points 11th ....... . ...; :. 7 points 16th .. .. ...... ..10 points -19th... .. .. ....... 18 points 20th .... .. .. ..... 69 points 21st .. ... .... .. 24 oints. 22nd .. ..... ..... 15 points 23il.. . . .... .. . 'S points 24th .. .. 1..' ...... 166 points 25th .. .. . . ... .. 2 points 26th ... .... '2 points 27th ... .... .. . 14 points Total . . .. .. 345 points.
Golf KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947
KIAMA CLUB Kiamaa Golf Club's. Flag. Competi tion for the Moore Trophy, was. won by C. S. Boyd on the 19th green. S. Boyd was the 'runner up finishing oi, the 19th fairway. The following is the .draw for the Canadian Foursome' to be held .on Saturday, 13th Septemhber: K. PEarce and W. Walker. v. Dr. Stephen and R. O'Brien; C. Boyd and R. Fryer.v. C. Mosckos and\ A. Boyd; K. Oliver and A. Stair" v. H. Brown and J. Richardson; K. O'Brien and W. Peck v. K. Jarratt and M.. Evers; G. Conn 'and E. Evans v. S. Boyd and G. Alkin; Rev. Irish and B. Fuller v. 'M. Briggs and B. Moore. The *winners o.f the . Aggregate Foursome held. on Sunday last were B. Fuller and Miss M. Jones on the count back from F. Curry and Mrs. M. McKenzie. E'RRINGONG CLUB 'Gerriniong Club held an 18 holes Stroke Competition on Saturday for. A.. Stebbing's trophy, and Cyril Sharpe was the winner.. In the Cock of the Walk competi tion E. J. Miller and R. .O'Keeffe de feated W. Hockaday and R. H. Mil ler.