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SPORTING FIXTURES For Next Week-end [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947

SPORTING S: FIXTURES For Next Week-endc [?In each case the matches will be played on the first nientioned Club's FOOTBAiLL Kiaina v. Nowra.; 'Milton v. Albion' Park . Jaimberoo v. Pyree.. , Shellharbour v. Beiy; '. EOWLS Final Fours; Championships. GOLF Kiama: Canadian Foursome. ,RIFLE. SHOOTING Spoon Shoot, at 500 yards.. TENNIS ' Deferred matches in Mixed con petition. HOCKEY Kiama I v.' Nowi;a II. Kiama II .v. Jeri'y I. Nowra I V. Kangaroo Valley. Nowira Juniors v. Gerringong. Berry II v. Albion .Park.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SUN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947

SUN THEATRE Walter Wanger, who in 1936, pro c;utcecd the first outdoor technicolour picture, "The T'rail of the =Lonesome Pine," has added another first to his credit ''ith . "Salome, Where She Danced" which is showing at the Sun T'heatre, Jainberoo, to-night. In Salome, Wanger filmed the world famous Monterey and Carmel scenery. for the. first time in technicolouir. The locale serves 'as a background for a thrilling stage coach chase sequence. This spectacular film stars glam orous Yvonne De Carlo, winner from 20,000 contestants of, Wanger's search for "The most beautiful girl in the world." Rod Cameron,. David Bruce and Walter Slezah have lead ing roles in this lavish film. Supporting "Salome" is Billie Burke and Donald Woods in "So's Your Uncle." a lively show with bright music which is sure to please.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947

SANTED -Doilnestic ? ll Good . ages. Please , applly Mt' iCrannud, KLit ina Phoine 5. /ANTED -Docke rma it, d Mill rh;ncdi Ap11y Man Jani co 1o :baiwmill. x ANi' T11 RENT---Co taige or Fh it; by ex- Servicemaia"1 Permin anent positionl in Kialaiia. , tic~ u ilirsU this office: . ,ANTED _Cottage at Kiailin Xmas 2 .oi 3.: \\ee?ii xchlane i eodein home ''Blacklb tli . Reply Moiie, 32 Liiancelot Sttit; Cailt-pnv BUSHEL CASES, Pineapples 11/-, Pawpajiws 13/-; Mixed 12/6 AddI 4/6 per i;case freight.=-S; . CHILDS, Wtimuira, Queenslaind. Kiamra Homing Pigeon Society limeeting of the above Society will be held" it' 7 p.mli. on TI-IURS DAY, 11tli SEPTEMBER: at -104 :Ter ralong Street. Anyperson who is interested is invited ,to attend, . SW. G. SANDS, Se'creta;ry. DISTINCTIVE CLOTHES SHow to put SPRING into yor:r step;, Rely on 'VIVIAN ,GONNS. Near Railway Station-Kiama -------- ------------- ------ ·----------------C----~----' RV..B ER ST A MIP S SAVE TIME--BUY A RUBBER STAMP -ONE LINE 1 INCH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947

The Dairy Farmers' CoOperative Milk Company Limited * 47th ANNUAL REPORT For the Year Ended 30th June, 1947 " To be submitted to a meeting of Members to be held .at the Registered. Office of the Society, 700 Harris Street, Ultimo, Sydney, on Friday, 12th September, 1947, at 1.30 p.m. To Members : The Directors have pleasure in presenting the Forty-seventh Annual Report, Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Account for the year ended 30th"June, 1947. After providing for Depreciation, Taxation, Bad and Doubtful Debts, the net profit is ... ........ ...... . .. ... £12,663 Amount carried forward from the previous year .. ....."... ... ... ... . .. .. ........ .. .. ... ... ... 639 Making the total profit available ... ... ... ... ... ... ...... ... ... ... ... ... . .. . ....... . ..... ...... .... ... £13,302 .It is proposed to allocate this as follows . . Transfer to General Reserve ..... . ................ . ...... .. .. ... ... ... ... 00 -Pay dividend at the rate of 5, per centum per...

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"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 10 September 1947

"::rROUNDABOU ' 'BY "THE MAN.IN THE STREET" The past week or so has 'been one of .uipsets,' (?or petbacks) fdr, sports '.men `genierally: Shannon; beaten .first :up, Temeraire's aiun of sev?en'uc ·essive : victor es broken; Au stiralia beaten in thDavis Cup ; Vic. Pat Orick stonkered by Freddy `Da son; 2Kiama footballei s temipdralii "',Beer, eryed" and uiffeiing from'4"Pyree-oea" Berry' piastered' Ib:the Parkl; Jinimt y Swivan and tewar t Wainock .wacked at "Billiaids"?or Wtvs' it !Bowl.! My!' My! Quite ,a few "tu rn-i uls aliriglht' The Kianma Football Club sli eeis to have 'got dQwli to business in en gaging. Harry Nolani, ,of Port Kern blan,h to coach.' them for the balance of the season, Nolan undoubtedly. has a reputation as a first ' class coach. He must know his bisilness ahli'ight because he is prei'sent coach of Illawarra Minor Pi'emiers rPort Kenmbla, and this yeair su·ccessfully ,coached N.S.W., Country Seconds." Last. year, it will be renemembered, he had gharge of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER SF. E. PALIN PHONE: KIAMA 82 During these difficult days, no business is more. handicapped ijy the scarcity of stock and material than is the WATCH and JEWELLERY TRADE, and whilst we are looking for the silver lining, all sections of the community are carrying on with little complaining. F. E. PALIN thanks his many customers for their tolerance. in inconvenience and in waiting for repairs, and trusts the time will not be far distant when the trials of to-day are a thing of the past. 24 YEARS OF PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN ALL CLASSES' OF CLOCK AND WATCH , REPAIRS. ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED Suits of Distinction TAILORED BY RALPH HARRIS 100 Terralong St. KIAMA SBUY LOCKETT'S AMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers, Green grocers. Deliveries daily to Ki. ama,, Jamberoo and Shellharbour. Phone 185. J. CURRY, Plumbers' Supplies. Ter ralong Street. Phone 169. ;OOK & DYER, Fruit and Confec tionery. Terralong Street, Kiam...

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ALBION PARK NEWS BANQUET [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

ALBION PARK NEWS (From our Albion Park Correspondent) ' BANQUET Oli FiLidy inight last one of rthe, most 'ottstandiing : gatherings 'eier held in Albion .Par was given ay the Shellar boui Mi nicipality toy all tlitiurned menii and ,?women. Who had takein iat i the ?world Wain II' L romi this Minicipality.' ,It was:: ;'attended by,:bou :::6d r?i;tine.d :Ma::Many had', note been able to attend owing to thie dis tance rhey lived :fi iiniAlbion Par k. rhee' gathein' took the form ofn a banquet aand Mr ani?c Mrs. I'Dennett and staff of the Commericial Hotel lhad goiei to endless irouble ?to see, that the cate ring iand decoi ations" were in: keeping with such: a: func tion. Th'e' pi on., dii of fbigtl'tifo ers set in "larg e vases arounid thlie room' anl ':iln float.' bowls' 'ol tables.: gave the room'.a spiing like apipeali ance. Diiinmg the banquet music was played by Mr Nov Perske, a Spianist fi omn Wollongong; At the official table sat the Mayor (Ald..Giey), Messrs. T. 1Kin;g, Presi ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

hat is an. Wed.o dal We. give carelulnde promp ,mpl .I . i phoned orders so that customers maq A get the most out of thisiconveience. 'We save you disappointmaet by'. ke'pi . our stocks complete to meet ,. eerly, quirement. , Jun a tinkle sand we,'vr.ew a si des service. Sc 247f P. J. DAVIES SI OREKEEPER Phone 138 NORTh KIAMA KIAMA SRADIO ,SERVICE, SELDON COCKS PHONE: '. Kiamr, 67. 10, ' ,' , r ' t. 3 ".. . a.' ' nr3? -r BE WISE--SHOP AT . . .. D. W HUGHES, CHEMIST Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMIST THAT SFRVES YOU BEST" PHONE KIAMA 46' FOR. DELIVERY SERVICE WIDEST RANGE OF'STOCKS AT CITY PRICES Use Hughes' Pharmacy Service for- * Prescriptions Promptly and Accurately Dispensed. * Proprietary Medicines-Wide Assortment of Stocks. * Photographic Good --Film (on quota); Developing & Printing. * Cosmetics and Toilet Requisites-Best Brands Available * Veterinary Medicines-Veterinary Prescxiptions Dispensed. - i includes utilities, 6 r a. light, medium, and i heavyduty Internatio...

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SUN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

SUN THk\ATRE. A combination of swift-moving action and powerful, believable drama, plus the presence of William Po~vell and ,'Hedy Lamaar, makes M.G.M`s "Crossroads" showing at the Sun Theatre, Jamberoo, this afternoon and to-night one of the years most entertaining pictures. In:additiori to the stars mentioned, the film has a big cast of favourites including. Claire Trevor, Basil Rath bone, Felix. Bressart and Margaret Diplomat. Powell is catapulted into a life of intrigue when Rathbone ac cuses him of once being a notorious underforld character. He works out an ingenious plan to' determine his true identity and finds a solution to his. desperate plight. Supporting "Crossroads" is "Jack ass Mail" in which old favourites Wallace Beery and Marjorie Main have the leading roles.

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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

CURRENT 'r COU.PONS iThese .'iapnnls mniy be used at present: TEA-29-40 (20-32 expire. 14th September, 33-36 expire' 12th Octob er, 37-40 expire 9th Noveniber). New coupons 41-44 available .15th Sep tembei. BUTTER-28-30 (expire 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 81 and 83 available 15th Septembei. CLOTHING-1-56 (1947).

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

WANTED TO : RENT--Cotta'ge or Flat by ox-Seiviceman,' Perm anent. position in Kiama. Paiticu. lias this oflice. ANTED--Doccerinani and Mill hands, Apply Janmberoo Sawmill A young Englishwvoman\ 11ith twb babies requires respectable glrl to helpli in house North Shore Line, Sydney. Comfortable room and wiiie less. References. Write Mrsi Os borne, 27 Bushlands Avenue, Gordon; BABY HEALTH'. CENTRE AT GERRINGONG COMMENCING 26th SEPTEMBER, 1947, the Baby, Health :Centre will be conducted in Gerringong on every alternate Friday. Venue: Soldiel's' Memorial Hall. Hours: '11.30 a.m. tq 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 pl:m. E. M. EMERY, .Hon. Sec, C:W.A. Gerringong Branch C. W. A. : GERRINGONG BRANCH i-HE First Birthday Party of.. the above will be held in the Gerrin gong School of. Arts, on WEDNES DAY, 17th.SEPTEMBER at 2.45 p.m. All members are invited to attend Special Afternoon Tea. D. M. NOBLE, Publicity Officer.. KIAMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL LADIES AUXILIARY A Special Appeal for Eggs is be ing made o...

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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

THE TIDES The following times aie .taken as at. FoiL, i;enisonu, Sydney. 'Kiama is approximately 20 minutes. later:- .SEPTEMBER. 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.mni and 8 p.m.; Low 1.45 a.m. & 1.39 p;m. Monday `15th: High 8.29' aam. and 8.46 p:m.; Low 2.26. a.m." & 2.29 p.m. Tuiesday 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. Thursday 18th: High 10.35' a.m. & 10.56 p.m.; Low 4.25 a.m. & 4.51 p.m. Friday 19th,: High 11.20 a.m. and 11.41 p.m.;. Low 5 a.m. and 5.42 p.m. Saturday 20th: High 12.6- p.m.; Low 5.39 a.m. and 6.39 p.m.

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

.TENN1IS The play-off for second and third place in the Mixed competition be tween- Gerringong and Kiama Cath olic will be held to-day (Saturday) on Men's Club Court. •The Catholic Court will be avail able to Men's Club members on Sat urday afternoon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

. . ... ... L :,·' l. m:[ :,, .? . . : ill '!"J :i' ,L· 'r ., LUCERNE ANDI WIEATEN NEWPRO" FOOD- . All grain, cleaned before it .is grouId, contains quantity of Lin seed r Mehl, nio :better: fe ed'igriu n'd' so:fli. n N -IWdPRO' DAIRtY -FOOD; D: ILO, SoCrshed Oats, SeedUMOats, M King Calf ,:r.ood. : - .Po I ,Un" graded ,Oats, Newpro" Layin Mash, Growinrg Mash, ChIcken 'Mix ture,:Battery Mash,: Cracked 'Conn:? CHAFFs OATEN, WHEATEN AND LUCERNE AGRICULT,URAL LIME AND HYDRATEb LIME ANY QUANTITY YOU DESIRE OF OUR LINES- . Call in and Inspect our Stocks ,at :N:?.1 S 'PRODUCE J CO . PTY LTD SeR, Manning Street -- ' KIiama : RING ,:ORDER NOW-KIAMA -210 Agents for:-NEPTUNE OIL, MASSEY HARRIS & YATES' SEEDS WIRELESS AND REFRIGERATORS SALES AND SERVICE: Courteous Attention to Inquiries ROBERTS IAMA - - -- - - Phone 60 NEALL'S ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE 40 TERRALONG STREET, KIAMA SUPPLIERS OF. ALL- / SPORTING EQUIPMENT ! QUALITY FISHING TACKLE MOTOR ACCESSORIES TOOLS OF ALL TRADES WE S...

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GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB Gerringong Club is holding a Mix ed Foursome over 18 holes this (Sat urday) afternoon. On Tuesday the Associates held a Four Ball v. Par competition which was won by Miss A. Miller and Mrs. R. O'Keefe.

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CITIZENS COMMITTEE At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

CITIZENS: COMMITTEE , At, Gerrng on ,gt, A eetigof-the Ge ringong Citi us Committee was .held in? ?the School; of 'Arts on ;.... londay, "night e) 'pi'esided ovei a good at tendance ITh'Bi President epoted that slhield hlid been pirocured;or thlesul distiiC", coundcil 'R Sf5 AT eL' I b'comn bined sports' meeting. It Ihs `been plr opoed that officials foi those ati letic eventsi be appoited ;'1by, the RS:L. Council Mr.i. W Genmmill .mentioned 'thti Mr', H G: MillerAi and the Pi e'sicil 'ant d a Seci etay o :'the sub-disbticic council had been appoint ed a co iiilittee to ,iraw: up tle hie-? graniie ':for 'the Diggers evetiis. He thouglht there would be only aibout eight events in this section so as to not interfei e: with ,the Citizenis Coni- mittee's, ,n;roigramnmie. Thie Treaisurer ireported therie vas a credit' balance of: £72/6/10 in the Committee's funds. It .was i repoi ted that a stun of' £,8/8/1-. in, doinations was in hand 'rim various distirict tcitizens. .iMr. M. A. Hayter...

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KIAMA A. & H. SOCIETY Monthly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

KIAMA A. & IH. SOCIETY Monthly Meeting The monthly meeting of the Ki tima A. and H. Society. was held in the Cotinicil Chainlbers, Kiama on Wedinesday, 3rd inst. The Presi dent (MRi. C. G. McGlinchey) occu l)ied the chair and there' was i .good atteildance, of llembers, dpresent. CONDOLENCE. The, President moved a -resolutioll of condolence' with' Mr. H., Thomas iu the death of his ibrother, and w ith Mrs; J.- Noble in the deathl of her nather. i The resolution was carried in the usual mariner. SYMPATHY A motion; of sympathywith Mrs. J. Phillips in her"i recent-- accident was carried. . REPORTS Messrs. R. JJ.' Vilsoil and R. II. Fryer reported' they- had: inspected. 'the horse stalls. and the, contract for the remodellifig of the stalls had been let to Mr. J. Erskine, of Ton garia. The matter of re-erectin' the pub lican's booth in. a more suitable posi tion. was referred to the suti-com mittee appointed to effect improve mnents to the grounds. The Secretary reported that me...

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CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

JCHURCH SERRVICES* ON SUNDAY 0NEXT PR ESBYTE RI AN-llitanla .10 ;i.ii Snd 7, paii.:; Aiil Pa'k11.30 a i.i (Cormnliifni)o ;: ,,Jaiei'bfo 2 linil Rev. HH:.I:' "hildSi- : CHURCH OF:.ENGLAND Iaiina 7.15 ai.i.Hi t(, 1 C) aYm (M), iii: (,JP) Preaili R ':ev G' Bennett,'?f, West Wollongong. Fdxgrouicd 10 a in. (MRP) Geri'n'ingng' 11,16'5 'ah ([MP),' '7 pv?i (EP);. Minniunuliýa 3.. ip.n, (i'PI) Rev'S : A Mainstone. METHODIST-Kiahnai?10i15 ?,1 :in m (Communlioiin); i .rrin'gonig 11.5I aiiu, Shellharboui."70 p.in. (L.CpA.:Alitii v\ersary)-R'evi iR.' O.'Clark;. Jmin hcrbo 11.15i a.inf, :Kiaeia :.7:1 i.i'n Stui CHURCH OFD ENGLAND Albion I'ark 11 a.In. , (HC) Rev,. TT. .Gee; Rector. CHURCH OF ,ENGLAND :Shell lhirh,oui i11' a.n. (HO);' Jaiilbei'oo 7 im.-u-Rev;.A. AI, .Edwards, ;Rectoi. CON GREGATIO NAL-Gerriligong I t a.m. and, 7;30 .lP .n -Rev I-I. E.; Laweson.

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OPPOSITION TO BANKING BILL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

SOPPOSITION . TO ' ' BANKING !BILL A meeting wa's held: in .the Bank of. N.S.W. buildinh '. on ,ednesday' night to form a committee to oppose the Federal Governments proposal to Nationalise the Tiradilg Banks. The suggestion put forward' by several ,speakers, : that the committee have no connection.with any political party was adopted, and a committee of 12 Was foi'med to ai'range foi':the most effective '.means of: voicing' a protest. It was pointed out that nationalis ation of. the Banking had been tr iad out in ancient Greece and France, where, after blood-shed, it had been. aliandoned.. It was only in Russia, where the peoiple were too illiterate,. and, the intelligent class had been killed off,' that nationalisationi of fanking, was practised.. Bank' officers for each centre; re" ported that already :a large numberi of people had signed a petition 'ask-* ing; for a referendum to be taken.: on the issue. One 'officer said he had canvassed 'for signatures and , of ?62 persons app...

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KIAMA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 13 September 1947

KIAMA COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS Mr. Hardwicke, SM., had a .sub stantial list at Kiama Court of Petty. Sesions on Wednesday last: A defendant,who 'vas. rlepiesented byj.Mr. Kearns,:-" pleaded .guilty. to cutting the Post Office Corier,.- K ama, at .a speed 'of 40 m,p,h. Fined 30/- anid 8/- costs, John 'Rayniond. Mirdock' pleaded guilty to' taking bets in a shed off Terralong' .Street. .Police evidence was that they suspected that he was operating `on behalf of. another' per son: Fined £5 and 8/- costs. 'On,'a ,charge of behaving in an in decent :mvnner in ,Flinders Str'eet, Albion Park,: a youth pleaded' guilty and was fined 30/-.. Charged with exceeding the speed limit in . Manning Street, Kiama, Reginald A. ,Hickman pleaded guilty. Police evidence' was that he over took three cars at a speed, of '43 m.p.h. and 'crosed a .white and "yel' low line at the crest of a. hill to. pass another one. "On the charge 'of ex ceeding the speed limit he' was 'fined 30/- and for crossing. the white...

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