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SOUTH COAST DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

SOUTH COAST DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION ',Annual Meeting The Annual, Meeting of the. South Coast: District COricklet Association nwast.held in the Kiama School: of Arts onThursday, 28hAug ` ?su wht: when the President (Mr. L . Snodgrass) presided over the fofiowing M :"essrs".i,"S.iDare and' D i?Fiedelricts' 'Janmberoo), C. Raiso'n aiid N. Sim pions (Kiama), B. 'mery, B. Devery and wh. Graha (Gerri ngong),;: I' King, K.' Ande son and B. McInerLi ey ,(Abiii .Paik)'; K, Noonan and B. Pt lien (Lake Illawairra), A. W. Macdonald aid'. E.:' E Dawes; (Shell harbour. ), J:.M:, ancy, (Patron) and A. Noble: (Secretai'). The President moved a motion of symnpathy ith the jelatives of the late Hai y :,Richardlon, of, Jam-, beroo, who was the father of a/Jam beroo' player.'; ANNUAL REPORT: The Annual Report wass presented by the Secretary as follows:-..., "The Association` conducted comn petitions in two grades, namely First ,and Second grades. In first grade, seven teams competed-Geri'ingong, K...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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ALBION PARK NEWS AMERICAN TEA [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

.`, L' j J .:i' z"? ^- -r"? .'lt+ ' .' .. ;' ;? ' 1. YLL ýt''% ;:: ; . ;T? J AL ýBJN PARK NEWS (rom ou AblonPark .. Correspondent) , AMERICANTE All'` 'S S' LCh uich?i1' 'of 'ngland Iidies G1uild he a AmeiicanTea in the, Literaiy Institute ''on'.. Thui eaa alash Altho~ugh'the Jattendance :was:not as large as was expected, those; pre Sen, had a most enjoyable afternoon, which was interspersed with museic al items .rendeied by, Mirs ,Robet, Miss U Knight and Mr. Laminerto Ms Biewster acted as acconmpanse nndf also; played a piano ;solo:;.' T¶h, Tuiimble Stall did a brisk; bus, mes, liilst games and competiti: 'added to the enteirtainment Unrtou tuely' the` Rectoi; `Rev T Gee, had been cpalled to Sydney on urgent business and could not attend. The Rev. S A.' Mainstone Recto of Ki ina, deputised and 'Rev. H Childs, Pesbyterian and Mr Gale (Mth dist) were also upresent Tie funds of the Guild will benefit c'onsiderably as a iesult ot the func tion , r BIRTHDAY PARTY Ms W. Swans of Yellow R...

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WATER SUPPLY To Albion Park [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

WATER SUPPLY ,To Albion Park w1itenh 'o Mr" H.,,T. Fow-esM..i as follows: ith further refern' 'he question? f pryiovpion o'f water: supply to the Albion Pairk ldistript I am ad vi sed /by the; Jetiropolitazf Water Boarid 'that it- has completed ;its pre liminary investigations ,into, a' scheime to supply 'Albion -Park ,,ahd Oak .Flats, involving extension from -the ,existingi main at: Dapto and,'t in r egard ,to the 'proposed Shellharbouir vater suupply scheme, that the Bo'ard hias beeni unable ,to conifmence con striction owing 'to shortages o'f lab puriandi :maiterials and the.;p iressure of, otheii urgent, works. SHowevei my Golleague, the Mi-, ister fodr Piblic Works, advises me that hel.'has supplied 'you with in-' formiation.'prepared by his offil.ers: on a number, of other alternative' schemes for supplying water to Al bion Park, Albion ,Park Rail Station, Oak Flats; Dunmore and Shellhar-, hour,- which in.volve supply from 'a storage on the Macquarie Rivulet in stead .:of"" f...

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BERRY DAIRY CO. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

SBERRY DAIRY CO At'!Lai 'imee ti thg o, Lhe'Di'rectodi'of6 ret is'?ct 'the' ,]3e'ry"' Daliry Comipany. on ?Mon?] day .last t,.MV,'A, N{ ,:''3inks' was;,'re .f7e:7 t ed1 ý ' ,,j y l"h';.7 a n, ? an al `'' ,',,:ýý' Mri ., pý :+':i'; . ,,, i}I': " . ,?r;"^ý~ {: .'hom pl son 'ii' 'ýVlce, halr niai ' ' B ' YBr" ,",i ') -;,S'. 'O" t n? ec?i inmenclation" ," o'?,} B thele s!}aroli ?lelrs:; at7;',.th? ianal,'Uineettnig; ,,i,?,,V,?,,b, r, I 'I ,?: {l.4 ,? ;? ;V ?::;;?it {' .?!" '.4 7i :,? ?'.ý { ' ..?t' 1t,".,:?,,.:-';I iL ''v"i :unaitmnously ,decided, by ,th', ti'(, 'M ,, "`.D,?:,,:!i17iý,be?;a : na g, ?u;ýO' i .?l .. I'' ,Dtetpl'.that` 'th i 'membia~y ship"' of,: th e'.M Z:D 0.: %Wýa."'char ;Y , 7:on ,,"th w,\or'king. expenses;, on ,the;,lifies' .ad-t . oi yhe ,yt @8Alo `Pa3rs LDaniy, ?7,- } ý; 1: tf t '? {r 71 r l!. ?':t?!i' ,: :t,ý 1Y : ':",ý , 1 ?,'S , [{iý t ý ,i '",t,"°7 ? ý 1 ',! dConp anj?' 'bo 'oPeiace ?fi.hlets Jan-. u'' '''' uaiy 191

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CATHOLIC BALL At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

CATHOLIC. BALL At Gerringong One of the most butstanding social events of the year so far as the Ger-. i'ingong district is concerned, hame ly the Annual Catholic Ball, .took place in -the Ger'ingong School of Arts on Friday,. 15th August. The high standard of the previous funic tions was maintained and once again there was a large attendance which included many visitors. S.The.hliall hd been very artistically decorated by a willing band of imem bers of the Church under the guid ance of Miss Edna= Moane. Streamers and greenery added .lustre to the proceedings. \ Nickel's Orchestra provided the mitsic for the dancing for which Messrs. V. O'Sullivan and K. Hard ing were M'sC. Miss Jean Stebbing kindly supplied' extras during the evening. Monte Carlo dances were' won by Mr. W. Pryor and partner and Mr. L. R. Graham and partner. Prizes for these dances were kindly donated by Mr. Terence Kiley.: Messrs. J. J. Quinn, L. G. Carroll and T. Kiley were the doorkeepers whilst 'Mr.: B. Devery h...

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COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

COMING EVENTS Sept. 18th-Meth. Spring Fair, J'roo Sept; 19-Masqueradte 'Ball, J'beroo Sept. 26-Diggers' Ball, Kiama. Sept. 30--C. of E. Tea Meeting, Ki. Oct' 3-Hospital Ball, Jaiiberobo. Oct. 7-Scots Church Spring. Fair, Ki. Oct. 7-Scots c'hurch 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, K1( Dec. 31-Ki. HoaD, Aux. Market Stall

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CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

U;I URCH SERVICES ONSUNDAY NEXT PRESBYTERIAN-K4iania ia'in2' r~ and 7 pi.n.; Jamnlberoo 11.30 ::ami;i Miainnaiurra 3 p.m.-Rev. H. Childs.ý C';CHURCH ,OF, ENGLAND-Kianai ' 7:45'i, ;(n O),110,'la. .n:igMP)(i,?7;D .m S(El);,' FoxgroundL' 10 ?im.' (H); 'Ger 1gio,,io, ng, 11.15" aniu; (HC, ,' (m;EP ) -Revr, S. A. "I'ainistone, Rectoi,' CHURCH OF ENGLAND- Jcii1 beroo l1 a.n,. Shellharbouri 7 30 pim ei-rara Thursday 25thRRe . H. Edwards, Rector.' CHURCH OF ,;ENGL ANDAlt?on Park :-15 p; (EP)-Rev::TGe;: Rector ; M E , {.. . , . . . , , r. .. .. ,,,l .., METHODIST Kiaima 101, a in. (SuniddaySchool Aniiniveisary; Jamii Sie oill; l5 a in' i rM; f ' ,o"ffaclho ?, .ried riigon'g,:11 15 ,a:mi;; Kiama-,7'pin;,. (Sunday School Ainiilveisairy) Rev R.C: Olail., k Shellhar iou1? i'n."a in Mir' T Ellei ingtoni ., , CONGREGATIONAL -G'it?ingong 11 at.' aid 7.30p nv R'vniu H 'E Ll ` 7 ~iwsons : :,ý!1

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

RIFLE SHOOTING The local Club held a shoot on Satiurday .last from the 50.0 yards mound. for a Spoon Trolihy. The winner was. R. Wheeldon, who beat D. Taylor oii the count back. Both these young sliots have improved of late and with more experience will nake the to glrade. . Three members of the Qlub, W. Alexander, S. Love and, C. Morgan made the trip to". Newcastle. over the week-end to take part in the Prize Meeting, being held' inthat centre. `Saturday's results are as 'follows: R. Wheeldon. .. 45 46 9;1 100 D. Taylor .. .. .. 44 37 21j 100 O. Boniface .... 40 43 144 994 H. Brown ...... 44 45, 99 98, A. Weston .. ....44 46 84 984 F. A. Hardy .. ..43 43, 12 984 0. Grey .. .... 45, 47, 43 961 J. Wiley .. .. .. 44 .45 ;7 96. 'H. Johnston ...35 42, 181 951 G. Mason .... .. 41 39 144 9451 L,. Boniface .. .. 45 39 10ý 943 F. Hanigan .. .. 37 36 19. 92j C. Boniface .. 44: 42 7_ 933 Ted Hardy .. .. 40 34 165 905

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DAIRY FARMERS MILK CO. 47th Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

DAIRY FARMERS MILK CO. 1 A, 47th AiihUal Meeting The 47th 'Annual, Meeting of. the Dairy Farmers Milk Co. was sheld at the offilce of) the, Company, Ha rris Street, Sydniey, on Fi'iday: last. "cThe": Chairmain of Dhiectors (Hon. A. N. Binks, M.L.C.) presided. : The Cliairnman, in openiiig ?:,.the meeting, extendled a clahert? ?yelconie to those present, Mr.; Binks, moved at, resolution of condolence to the, relatives of . the Deputy Chairniman (Mr. Allison). wlio had passed away during the year and noved that airecord,of the Coimpaiiy's appireciationi ?f" his work be imade in the minutes: Mr. R. Allison briefly responded. The Secretaryi'y then preseiited the aniinual :ireport as follows: . . "After providing for 'depreciatiop, 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 £1;500; Pay dividend at ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

OWEN GARDNER & co. * LICENSED AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, REAL ESTAT . :AND .GENERAL COMMISSI'ONAGENfS S , " JAMBEROO ' " " [' '. A:GENTS FOR ,MOFFAT-VIRTUE LIMITED SDistributing:-:Milking Plants, Dairy Sterilizer's, ?Engines, Irrigaton' " Systems, Wi'iidmills, Puitmps, ~Electrolux, Kerosene Refrigerators etc. TE" ' ''OUT, BRITI SH INSURANCE CO. LTD. " ' Covering all risks * TAPE P'O'DUCE'RS & CITIZENS CO-OPERATIVE ASSURANCE " S CO.: LIMITED-Life, Probate and Accident Risks etc. * SPECIALISTS STOCK, PROPERTY & CLEARANCE SALESMEN SLicensed Cash Buyers Wool, Skins 'and Hides . Suppliers Prime Oaten and Wheaten Chaff and Hay--Any quantities SAll types modern farm machinery supplied, Including Plougha, H' Harrows, Tractors, Hammer' Mills;etc. " * e .I? : ,"=,: '?' , "1,'I, ; . . ' . 'I' .' S " , O SSELL YOUR STOCK '& PROPERTY ON THE BEST MARKET " BY CONSULTING US (0. GARDNER, J.P., (Prop.), Late 2nd A.I.F.)' " , IN COMMERCIAL HOTEL ,BUILDING Do You Read t...

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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

TI TIDES lThe fol owing timies are taken 'a.' ai ' Fort Thnius'mi; Syrney.. . Kiiinia is al)' .,:uin:t I ly 2 minlnutes Iater: - SEPTEMBER Wednesday'17th: High?l9.53 a.m. ,& 10:12 p:iri.;: Low 3.46 'a.m. &° 4.5 p.m. Thu?rsday 18th: High 10.35 a.inm. & 10.56 p.m.; Low 4.25, a:m. & 4.51 p.m.' Friday 19th: High 11.20 a.m.aid 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;. Sunday 21st: High 12.34'a..in. and 1 p.mn.; Low 6.20 a nm. '& 7.45 p.m. Monlday, 22nd: High 1.36 a.m. and' 2.2 p.m.; Low 7.12 a.m. & .9.1 p.m. Tuesday 23rd: High 2.52 -a.m. arid 3.11 p.m.; Low 8.21 a.m. & 10.14 p.m. Wednesday 24th: High 4.9 a.m. & 4.16 pm.; Low .9.36 a.m. & '11.9 p.m.

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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

CURRENT COUPONS These coupons ii:.. be used at present: - ,:TEA: 33 to 44 (33-36 expire 12th October; 37-40 expire 9th November; 41-44 expirie :7th December). New. BUTTER:, 31-33 (expire 12th Oc-6 tober): New Coupons 34 to 36 avail able 13th October. MEAT: Black 71-74, Green 81 and 83 (expire 12th O?ctober) New couPl cns, black 75-77 and green 85 and ,87 available 29/9/47. , CLOTHING-1-56 (1947).

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TEA COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

TEA COUPONS :The Director' of Rationing- (Mr.J. B,: i cuhimn has ainniiunced tliat on ax?d after 15lth September tea . traders ,must paste coupons ,:on sheets The present method d 1sc'ied dias the hlionour, 'system" ; here by. tea tradeirs returned' tea coupons to the Rationing Commission in sealed ,en velopes,,owuild l'be abanidoned.',,':'.. The easion, said ~V r; 'Cuhminig, was the laerge nuneibrof iriregularit-, ies that had been detectel by' l Coininission. when checking thei:, n-' 'velopes. These irregularities ,,were increasting Envelopes,' . contained fewer tlhan the iiniumber certified oxi the ouitside 'of' the' enyelopel , scrap paper iiaih leen °subsiti ted for coup 6ns, envelopes had fictitious names acid addresses of rettailers'and there? was evridence that enveloipes correct lyisurrendered by iretailers had been tamper'ed with by' intermediaries in the trade. It had lidiie ii'ifidossible in may cases to discover" the, per sons responsible for short surrender of c6utipon...

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MR. G. J. McMURTIE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

MR. G. J. 'McMURTIE The death occurred in Sydney dur-' inig the week-end of, Mr., George: James McMui'tie, who was a mnembei' of the gang. carrying out railway construction 'work .it Bomlio, He was bur'ied iii, tlhe :Church iof England C?Cemetery, Rookwood yes terday (Tuesday).

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"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

ROUNDABOUT" BY "THE MAN IN `HE STREET" After watching the kiddies from , the Public School crossing Terralong Street one afternoon. last. week it was brought hoinme to n me convincing ly that someone in authority should always be there to guide 'them safely across during the peak session when school finishles at 3,30 p. m. Most of the youngsters were carefully ush eredl across by some of the '. older childre;i, but I saw one lad' (running a bit late it seemed) 'who had a .heck of a job getting across safely. Who ever, had tutored 'him had done a very good job because he waited for ,,at least five miniutes until the coast was clear and aboiut a doze vehicles had passed. - Then he went for the lick of his life across 'and nearly came a cropper about half-way 'over in his haste, Far too many vehicles pass this ?spot at a speed that endangers the kiddies. and `it .would not be a, bad idea of a "snails pace'" notice was popped up somewhere nearb . at 3.30 ptm. Surely all but the most cal...

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MRS. M. A. WALLACE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

MRS., M. A WALLACE Mrs. Ma?y Ann Wallace 'passed away. at the iresidence of herl grand ditiighter; Mrs Staffordi ;Atkins ?'on Friday last. .Sinice she fell and broke her '.tli h a few, years ago she has not bee in the best f i health. . . She wasthe wife of thl late Wil liami Thomias 'Wallace, of, ?aberfield, anid is sulvived by oine son .Fred, toL whom, i'and 'to MiAS. Atkins ?sin-' ciere sympathy is extenided in .their bereavement. The funeral' left Kiamni 'on Mon day last 'foi the ,Church' f England Cemetery , Rookwood:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

Suits ~of Distinction TAILORED BY RALPH HARRIS .1100 Terralong St. KIAMA BUY LOCKETTS AMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers, Green groco.'s. Deliveries daily to Ki ama rJamberoo and Shellharbour. SPhone 185. J. CURRY, Plumbers' Supplies. Ter ralong Street. Phone 169. ZOOK & DYER, Fruit and Confec tionery. Terralong Street, Kiama. Phone 173. HIRE SERVICE, Day or night. Phones 92. CLEM KEIR. Manning Street. Cars washed and -cleaned. O. H. BLAIR, Hairdresser and To bacconist. Razors and Scissors Sharpened. Manning street. J. MANGY. Representative for West ei'n Assurance Co., Fire, Personal * Sickness and Accident. Workers Compensation. Undoubted Secur ity, Prompt settlement, 60 Collins Street. J. SMITH, Quality Butcher. We only sell the best and guarantee our service and cleanliness. Phone 22. A. J. STEWART Terralong Street, Kiama wishes to advise that he has been appointed local agent for Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation Ltd. All cl...

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KIAMA C.W.A. YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

KIAMA C.W.A. YOUNGER SET `.hile monthly meeting of the C.W.A. Yotingeri Set (Kiaila Branch) was held ini the Rest Rooms on Monday night, 8th September. Ten members were present with the President (Miss L. Martin) pre siding Mesdames Tongue and Young of the .Advisory Committee were present. The President welcomed Miss Elma Scherf as, a member of the As sociation. The Organising Secrietary ;(Miss A. Trapp). reported that a. Card Even ing held on the 26th .August last proved'most successful. Proceeds of the night amounted tb £5/4/0. A similar evening would be held on 23rd September, in aid of the Young er Set Funds. The Secretary reported having re c:ived a letter from the Town Clerk regarding delegates to attend a meet ing in connection with the proposed Queen Competition in support of the Memorial Hall. Misses M. King aild J. Popplewell were appointed as Younger Set delegates. The Young er Set Queen would be Miss Loma Mairtin provided three other organis ations elected candidates. In...

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SCHOOL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

'SCHOOL NOTES,,, ;I BY "PREFECT" * The final terin of the School yeai commenced.'-,li on Wednesday 10tlh Septeimber,.. We wish to welcome to oiir staff; .Mrs,.' E Tholmpson, froin Clovelly Public School, who'has been i'ppointed to,' the Kiildeigarten Class' inm place of ,Mrs; , riffiths, iecentl tian'sfeirred to0 Coniston. We ::wish to expiress our lthanks to the m'.nembers' of '"the Kiania Football Club for their .generous,' gift of a cup foi football com etitions among the Houses of the School. Kendall House is leading with- two iouinds to go' Suimmneir spoi t comiinerices oni, kthe first Wednesdayh it October.: Hazel Spiroule anid Johni McAuliffe have entered fi special Art Scholar-" hips" at the Sydrney Technical Col. lege" Both are talented students of A t. Eachi scholai' ship is vorth £30 per year.

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MR. GEORGE PRENTICE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 September 1947

.;I ý ', i 1. ` , ý ; l " f -l' ;" : " ý;,', .. .' .r. ,'MR GEORGE PRENTICE' , rli@ ath ociii r on Fridayt last,; o: Mr 'Geoige' Pieiiticee'at; his hlomei SAddison Road, Manly;, at lie age of 6 years' Ie 'ill be `emenibeed as being; the licensee;of the Giad Hot, o soe 12 yeais ago ' His wife,is May Pieiiicea;; ind one daughter, Heather, (Mrs A. Marley) suikvive and: siiicere sy Pi iaethy, is ,extended ;to them i hir be l eavem ent,,,.. : ,' ..,..

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