Elephind.com contains 25,587 items from Kiama Independent
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,306 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
GERRINGONG CLUB Gerringong play Berry II at Jubilee Park, Gerringong, to-day at 2 p.m. and will be represented by the fol lowing:-Mrs. W. H. Bailey, Kath Johnson, Margaret Campbell, Ursula Carroll, Joan Carroll, Marie Love, Fay Chittick, Peggy Quinn, 'Beryl Walker, Mary Johnson, Joyce Gra ham. Reserves, Jessie Parkhill and Mary Sharpe.
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
HOCKEY Kiama I play Kiama II to-day (Saturday) at 2 p.m. The teams chosen are as follows: Kiama I-Merle Chin, Pat Creag on, Nola Waters, Betty Capes, Loma Martin, Marjorie Wilson, Doreen Irvin,¶Beryl Sproule, Mavis Rodgers. Mary Graham, Mrs. East. Kiama II-Shirley Guy, Helen Mc Auliffe, Marie Richardson, Doreen Davies, Judy Gannon, June Piper, Margaret O'Brien, Merle King, Daphne Wilson, Alva Evers, Pat Cox. Reserves, Dawn ' King, Dorothy Blanch, Olga Marks, Joyce Irvin.
MONTHLY MEETING OF KIAMA COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
MONTHLY MEETING OF KIAMA COUNCIL The minothly. meeting of the I1i aiila Council ivas held in the'. Council Clihanbers, Kiania on Wednesday night last. The Mayoi (Aid'" W. :R. Holden) piesided and i.there were also present Aldelimen N Hind iala sh J. Phillips, Ik` J. WIlson, K. Brown, A." J. 'Scott and W: Sproule. An apology was received l'rom'Ald. G. I Shliepherd: The M?ayori i moved 'resolutions of sympathyi withi Ald: Sheplierd z ?Vho' had 'beei? coBnfined to his :bed "and the Town Cleri (Mir. Lyons) :who had injured his leg. MAYOR'S REPORT : The Mayor reported-, that a: visit had been made bly 'an offiial of' the Valuer' Generial's' :Departnient who should. finish the ie-valuation of. the town this week. He had stated. the value fixed on Barroul Subdivision land was too low and would be raised. Mr. Thayer, who was 'the fliew District,Superintenident of Railways; had paid a courtesy call." Ald. Boyd and .Wilson moved the report, be adopted. FINANCE Aid. .Boyd repoi'ted the Finance...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
. , - C V 7IEMS MVIANN??TNG STREET, KIAMA : "FORI SUMMER DAYS SEE OUR NEW STOCKS OF JANTZEN SPORTS WEAR FOR ,MANY YEARS WE HAVE SPECIALISED'IN JANTZEN BEACH WEAR AND AGAIN:THIS SEASON WE ARE DISPLAYING THE LATEST IN MEN'S AND WOMEN'S STYLES. T STAMINA SPORTS COATS THESE 'COATS ARE JUST THE VERY LATEST IN CUT & STYLE Priced at 75/9 and 5 coupons STAMINA SPORTS TROUSERS ALWAYS WELL MADE IN FAWN, GREY & OTHER SHADES Price 46/6 Pr. and 6 coupons BEACH SANDALS ,NEW.STYLES IN SANDALS IN ALL COLOURS FOR rMEN,, WOMEN & CHILDREN AT C:-V. ZIEMS .ANNING STREET & JwA.7.r JVA....''5"" - A. M. SULLIVANM MANNING STREET, KIAMA S NEWSAGENT, STATIONER, SHEPHERD'S SEEDS : Depot for !". NU-SYSTEM LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Deliveries Mondays and Thursdays-=SATISFACTION ASSURED ADVERTISING RATFS "CASUAL" (Functions, Notices, Sales, etc.), 4/- per single column inch. Birth, Engagement, Marriage, Death, Funeral, Return Thanks and in Memoriam Notices at flat rate of 4/- each. ...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
THE TIDES The follo?ving 'times are taken as at. Fort lDUeisooi, Sydney.' Kiana is approximntely 20 minutes later: SEPTEMBER S turiday 20th: High 12.6 p.m.; Low 5.39 a.m. and 6.39 pa.m. Sunday 21st: High 12.34 a.m. and 1 p.m.; Low 6.20 a:m. & 7.45 p.m. Monday 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 7a.m. and 3.11 p.m.; Low 8.21 a.m. & 10.14 p.m. Wednesday, 24th: High 4.9" a.m. & 4.16 p.m.; Low 9.36 a.m. & 11.9 p.m. . Thursday 25th:. High 5.9 a.m. and 5.10 p.m.; Low. 10.40 a.m. & 11.51 p.m. Friday' 26th: High 5.55 a.m.' and 5.56 p.m.; Low' 11.30 a.m. Saturday 27th: High 6.34 a.m. and 6 38 p.m.; Low 12.29 a.m. & 12.14 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These coupons mby be used at present: - TEA:. 33 to 44,(33-36 expire 12th October; 37-40 expire 9th November; 41-44 expire 7th December). New BUTTER: 31-33 : (expire 12th Oc tober). New coupons 34 'to 36 avail able 13th October. MEAT: ;Black 71-74, Green 81 and 83 (expire 12th October) New coup cns, black 75-77 and green 85 and 87 available 29/9/47. CLOTHING-1-56 (1947).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
"IANT)D--.Dockerman and Mi11l-' " i .thands. Apply ,Janiberoo Stiwmill Extra Staff Wanted KITCHEN-MAID wa. _nted.. Wages £.2/10/?- clear i i'cldays week' off. Good ,homelyi Iconditions ?'Also :'Wit- .eoss, sa itrwages, and. conditions as al.ov i. Mi's "Day, ;Climden. Inil iotel, ;Ar?le Striet'Caiiden, Pholine `48. ' r I~·~~.:i' ~ ·': ;· RS: H. ?:. RCHARDSON and fi:'fl tiflily' ish : to. tltnk theiMatron. and' Staff of IK?inia District Hosplital' :foi ~:the?. care andl attention given', to hel' late :liusliand and, their fathef .diring his illness. THANKS MRS. V. G. WIGGINS wishes ty :,thank thlie latron and Nursing Staff of..Iamina District Hospittil' for their veiy, . kiid at?teition;, also friends ?lwho sent alobng beautifull flowers and kind mesages etc, dir ing her recent illness. IN THE SUPREME .COURT OF NEW. SOUTH. WALES: PROBATE JURISDICTION IN THE WILL of POLLIE WATSON (alsb known, as Polly Watson) late of Werri ]Beach Gerringong, in the State of New South Wales Married Woma...
GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB, The above club held a Mixed Four some competition on Saturday after noon last Which resulted: Mrs. E. Langton and C. Sharpe 95 :27 68; Mrs. K. G. Hayter and R. H. Miller 89 20 69; Mrs. J. Page and V. J. Walker 92 22 70; Mrs. R. H. Miller and A. Johns 92 19 73; Miss' A. Miller and J. W. Parkhill 99 26 73; Miss J. Miller and Rev. Lawson 107 34 73; Mrs. A. Steb bing and Ray Miller 96 22 74; Mrs. R. O'Keeffe and A. Stebbing 97 22 75; Mrs. V. J. Walker and J. R. M. Miller 101 25 76; Mrs. Ray Miller and R. Jones 100 23 77; Miss M. Hayter and A. Burgess 99 22 77; Mrs. J. W. Parkhill and W.'Hockaday 106 29 77; Mrs. E. W. Holt and E. J. Miller 106 26 80; Mrs. W.` G. Dodd and K. ·Hockaday 111 29 82; Mrs. R. Jones and. R. O'Keeffe 111 *26 85. On Tuesday afternoon the Assoc iates played an 18 holes Stroke com petition for a trophy donated by Mrs. C. A. Hindmarsh. Results: Miss A. Miller . ..... 101 34 67 Mrs. R. H. Miller .. .. 91 17 74 Miss J. Miller .. .. 111 36 75 Mrs. ...
CHILBY—HAMILTON [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
*CHILBY-HAMIL.TON Miss Esm?a:.,Eileen' Hanmilton: chose. a fifock ,of white !lace, with 'a loing tirain and a ,ful: leigti 1bi;al e'il held in, `position" with: ,a toplnot ,of frangipanni' for her nmarriage 'on., 'Saturday, :6th': September' to" .'M'. Thomas Daniel Chilbyy. The wedding was celebrated lby," the Rural Dean' (Revi:: ' C M: Long) '., The bride, who. was,, given ' away by: her father, 'Mr:. R S:. Halimilton, of Croome,:'carried, a: showeri bouquet.-of white stocks :andi friangipanii,. The bridegroom-is 'the son. of Mrs.: Chil bey and the late Thomas .Chilby, of . Bulli. Miss Daphne. :Mary.' ,Hamilton: at tendendl I'r 'sister as bridesmaid and chose: a frock ?of :,pink lace . with' a pink veil' held in -place with a .,spray,, of carnation? She carried; a bouquet of :pinki :stock and' carnationis. Mr. Jacki Manwarring, of Bulli, ,was best `lman. Little :Thelma W'ard, cousin of: the bride,: acted :as floweirgili dressed in"i a: pretty blue marquisette frilled frock with hea...
JAMBEROO CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
JAMBEROO CIUB Last Saturday saw Janmlieroo Re serves once again Premiers 'when they defeated Bomaderry by 14 to' 8. They thoroughly deserved their vic tory, having been defkited on only two occasions during the season. Their vigorous displays, together with their ability to fight back when in danger of defeat, make the club's prospect for future seasons look bright, especially as so many young players have performed so well. Two of the happiest players after last Saturday's victory were the vet erans of the team, Captain Gussy Whalan and George Warby, and no two players were ever more deserv ing of victory than these two. The club congratulates the team .on its success. The Firsts surprised with the ease with which they dtlefeated Pyree, the score being 27 to 2. A couple of juniors showed why wingers should' head straight for the line when they get the ball. The Firsts are noiw settling down to the serious business of winning the competition, and though doubt 'is expressed by some a...
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
GERRINGONG. CLUB a ,?iiloieoo :iecereation Giound :will' ;crtainy. be' ,the meeting 'p:lac" fo . big Clrowd of' South o .:Coast League followeis this afternoon when Ger ringong and: Albion.. Park meet in the play-off .to: decide fou ith positioni inif the filst' grade' competition. The gamcue should p1)ovide a grand exhibj tion, of football as. both teams ' play attri active open lfootball They have inet thliee times 'this? season, -firstly. ia thef Youiig Cup competition' when the` Gongs won 8 to nil, then in the comillpetitionl probper the Park ,,won both gaines 9to 8;and 8 to 7 respec tively; It is interesting to -note that" both teams scored the same number' of' competition points in each -half :of the. conipetition. 'Thus it can be seeni how 'closely. matched. the two teams are: The, Gongs are at .full stirength and given a 'fair share "of the ball froni the scrums their backs shoild, cause the opposition' a lot of woi'ny. ?h4e clash: between Stephen and Miller of'Gerringong an...
"ON LOCATION" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
It is. fltting.l tlat with the ,hopes of Ioostinig :hIi na maattractions as':.. a lTurist"Resort in film: foiin, that the. originliaid, its "-1ilc tioni should fall to air old'I iama boy;Mi'.: A G: (Berit) Q'Tooi iwho is weillino?wn to 'niany Mr: O'Toole has spent many w:ek-. odids here shooting anything ' and ev.eirytling thlat. appearsi to pieReilt itself as suitable idata :The. scenic beauty and i?rula atinosphere :to gethei :with a full blast: of all spcrt-' n"ig activity have Ibeen caighli by this' veri keen ?camera ma-i .Apart from all that hlas beene.tak en to date, . the bigr task. of present ation calls for time,i thought and ab ility. Titlinig: of the ::film withl the object -of eliminatin?' unnecessary details which. has been responsible for spoiling. iany such- films, is a priinie coiisideration: Mr. O'Toole0 fortunately. ,fully appreciates this important point and aims 'to present somethiiig concis.e and to thp point. Of the film.which we have been priv iliged. to see, ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
PERSONA L S ?;. TJ. ,.Alxindel, of Fatirlield,' ,Jr ,Ala left, this ,,week to 3udge the ~.L:: attle Sectioni at the Single~ to . Show hliicl this,? ea is bein held in .coijiunctionivitiithe Ne wý Scasle; anil Iunter .ValHey.,15Oth Cele7 , l'? l~ IS ''? :':~i .,.i?':;,:? .. , .'' ?. , : /.I
WEDDINGS WALKER—BURNS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
KWEDDINGS: edding was celebrate Ali ats"l:Church' of England,;Al 'Satuday; 6li'nst Miss Janet; arbaiara;,:Burn s daughter 'lot ';,,Mr andud 'Mrs B: S Burns' of,' Al-"°j Sbiogi'Pa lk;Rai nd ' Ronaid Ein SM ir. and. Mrs. B. Wilke` Glenah o"; Aibioni Park; The' ti.;Rev "T -G'ee)G ofliciated. eo 'ienro wo was 'iaelass'e a ir' father; ooid carming' in it,' nstock ,hyacinths:d ai d hchide fiocof imi inls ... inatela:sse, wiitnh' of lavendei net;and dffodils;,; She cai d;ab'ouquet' `ot= daffodils.' and! Mi. Mervyn ,Vidlei was best: nlan, Duilug he signing of t iste Miss . Knight iendeid a so Mr I Tohnstoni acted as organ ist. :"'Mi"s 'Burns recived ';some 30 guests at ,thereception 'in the Chuicl Hall, weaiing .'an alpinel blue.:; ciepe;' fiock beige liat and black accessor: ies She cai'ried;a: posy of, daffodils?'.: and mignonette' ;ý t&lt;&lt;: She "was assisted ,by Mis.',iilkei" who wore ;. °°beade; :frock of `black (Regency Ci'repei with :black accessoi. ie She acarried...
MONTHLY MEETING OF SHELLHARBOUR COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 20 September 1947
.·; " · I~ '''"'~ '? \I Li.(i * ii' s·;PAO J: B3[EETB~hsB; ''81: .·! · ··· ~i.· ~?-····~~i COUNCIL, Th'nitl etn otf the ;ýhe,1P-V ·in theI h~reliesla night.l t1ast The ,Mayor ' , ' I i a. 'i h .a ivere~ a1so; hi esent Ald; Ji :Dsty W: c o ·FSiii)bo11 ··J ' T 'MV·c inei'ney' ,.C::11omus'R ,00 Anaae . r "',;Ali.j+u 'li:olo niii'iri'ti il~eceiveil; l'':~i om'41L';'; IOi:i~ eý:lin::'i Il·''' ! ',)al ' ·I-::': , ·· . 'r~ :ý ,,. ..tif; '^;;pi1he' MayorI'.^oeda'l; eslutn condolence with llie:,,elativ es of t :la te Echlarlomas, !f ~ iSellh ;bturi which.as caririin the'Lusual '." .M AY.OR'S REPORT;' . ". ,Th e , MayOr, (Aid; K, '. Grey,) re 'ported" ga,: follows':-?-,,= ;:..,,,'' ', *.'A Dinnir; whlichf. was teiendee'd' bY Council n;;bRted;'Extei-viyenihen of Wold WaII was' held : in thd Comniical Hotel ,'Albion EPark; o mients, in ,'connection with the, fun tion.yeire ,handled by the6. ,Towvn Clerkl and I dlesre to extendc :to'him; on lbehalf obf the Council?"than ks o'r the capabl&...
Bowls [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947
Bowls The following are thle results of games played on the Kiama Gieen during, the week-end: W. Dawes, C. Meiklejohn, M. Cran na, H. Gould' 28 'v. R. Kingdon, N. Simmons, R. Wilson, R. Batty' 23. J. Cope, E. Palin, J. Kelaher 24 v. Rev. Childs, F. Palin, J. N. King 20. L, Fredericks, ,S. Popple??well; P. Tarbeot 24 v, J. Pike, 'C., Brown, P. Davies 24,.
Rifle Shooting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947
Rifle Shooting Kiama Rifle Club held the Sept,??i beir . Montily Shoot fo::Oi. the yeatily prizes on: Saturd ay laste. Hl:ey Brown, whoihis only taken up' shooting wyliei? tlhe 'Club ,was: re-, Ifoirmed less qthan 12 m.ionths ago, won. tih:e event wth 93 off te' ri. l which with hishandicap,; gave 'hntl a lmit' (est scoire off the riflie wa?? riecoird ed 'by iFred Cuiry who cdroppqld only 5. 'points in 20 shlots,. , -Followinig are the scores: H. El'own .. .'. 47 '46 78 100 F. Curry n . . '48 47 36 986 0. J: Alexander. 46 47 5 98 1M. ' Alexander .. 45 47 6 98 0. ,Grey .46 47 4 97T A.: W eston : ,. :.. 42.y 47, 8 '?:97 C. Morgan .. .. 44 :42 10i 96 C. Bonif ace .' . 45 4' 6 95. J Wiley . .. `42 45 8 95 H. Porritt 38 39 14.1 913 G. Mason .. 39 34 16b, 896 D Davies 35 X44 10 3 891i L. foniface ....39, 30 ;129~ 87!F H. Johnston 31 34 201 85. G. Boniface . 35 21 204 764 Lr Also on.:Saturday :last thi6 quart erly coinipetitioin for the greatest nurnbei of Bull-eyesd and Inniers was conclu...