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GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

GERRINGONG CLUB , Gerringong Golf Club held an 18 holes Stableford competition on Saturday last for the C.' T. Hind marsh trophy, which restilted: R. Jones 32, R. O'Keeffe 31, L. Mitchell 31, E. J. Miller 29, J. R. M. Miller 28, A. ,Johns 27, W. Hocka day 27, V, J.? Walker 27, 0. H. Gil-' lard 25, RevE,H, ll, Lawson 20,.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Golf KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

Golf KIAMA CLUB Kiaiia Golf Club held an 18 holes Stroi?ke competition on Saturday last which i'esulted as folows: E. Evans 19-70; W. Peck 5--71; K. Pearce 17-71; B. 'Fuller 30-75; M. Briggs 33-76; G. Conn 26-77; C. Boyd 11-78; S. Boyd 24--79; A; Boyd 22-81; J. Davies 36-89. 'The following is the draw for the 18 hole Stableford competition to be held, on Saturday nexf: R. Walker v. J. Richardson, S. Boyd v. W. Peck, R. Fryer v. Dr. Stephen, H. Brown v. B.. Moore, K. Pearce v. A. Stair, E. Evans v. Wi. Walkeir, R. O'Brien v. K. Young, M. Evers v. ,C.. Mosckos, G. Alkin v. M. Bi'iggs, C. Boyd v. F. Curry, J. Hinds v. A. Boyd, K. Oliver v. B. Fuller, G. Conn v. Rev. Irish, K. O'Brien v. J, Davies.

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SITE ACQUIRED For Nowra High School [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

SITE ACQUIRED For.Nowra High School "I ~1desire to advise you that the Valuer General has now secured agreements for the purchase of an area of 30 acres for a new High School ~site at Nowra and an adjac ent 4 acres as an area for agricul tural purposes," writes the' Minister for Education, Mr. R. J. Heifron, in a letter to Mr. Jack Beale, M.L.A. Mr. Beale n"ade representations on behalf of the Nowra Parents and Citizens' Association regarding the acquisition of a site for the new Nowra High School building, which was approved duriig last year. The new site is on the East side of Nowra on the Terara Road.

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JUNIOR FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

JU.NIOR FINAL.,., It seeis ? iha itl??nit now the. ac cepted practice for uJtinior ianies' to result:in a draw ,. Already theArehave Been: three diaws sinc,' the' finals commenced :aid on` Saturday last owra and Beiiy added the ,fouith: Nowra and Milton ?played" thiree times; befoie arriviing at a iresult of. a semi- final and the Bei 1 y v Kiama semin liad .to be replayed which gives ninidication of how evenly niatched are these tealms: The final, which was played at' oi.omadery". on Saturday last; :resutt ed in a 12 all draw Nowra, opened_ the, scoring with a try in the first five minutes ,oiFromi' a riack on thei line the Beiiy foiwards, pilayed the baill back and :;R. Chase, of Nowia, follo*wed ,throiglo to dive. on thl. loose ball and scoie R. Ash ton converted., Don Wiggins kick ed a :ipenalty, goal foi Beiiy? and R. Kellett made the half tiime ,score equal, 5 all- when he 'raced over for an unconveited try:' On resuminig Berry' took lthe lead when S. Priddle kicked a penalty ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

1, 1; 4 : :? ,`ý " !i/: f'r , , `, :: , , iýi i !:? i ? LUCERNE AND WHEATEN "NEWPRO" FOOD- All grain, cleaned before it is ground; containsquai y'lifo i seed Meal, no better feed ground so fine as "'NEWPRO DAIRY FOOD" MEALS-' MILO, STOCK acid SORGHUM MEAL,;. Double Crushed Oats, Seed Oats, King Calf Food, .Lu-Pol, Un , graded Oats, "Newpro" Laying Mash, Growing Mash, Chicken MIx 77 ture, Battery Mash, Cracked Corn. CHAFFS=-OATEN, WHEATEN AND LUCERNE. AGRICULTURAL LIME AND HIYDRATED LIME ANY QUANTITY YOU DESIRE OF OUR LINES. WE :HAVE CEASED BUYING USED CORN BAGS.& RABBIT SKINS Call in and Inspect our Stocks at N.SW. PRODUCE CO. PTY LTD Manning Street - Kiama RING & ORDER NOW-KIAMA 210 Agents for:-NEPTUNE OIL, MASSEY HARRIS & YATES' SEEDS WIRELESS AND REFRIGERATORS SALES AND SERVICE Courteous Attention to Inquiries ROBERTS. KIAMA-- - - - - - Phone 60 NEA.LL' S ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE 40 TERRALONG STREET, KIAMA SUPPLIERS OF ALL .SPORTING EQUIPMENT QUALITY FIS...

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GERRINGONG v. ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

GERRINGONG "vAL BION PARK Those teams met at Jam berooSon Saturday in the play off for fourth place in?the first, grade.. 'ompetition anud "after an inter esting, match 3Al bion Paiklc won by 10 'points to 5 :after. G~euitngong shad .led:, 6: to ;2 :at ,half time "Con inttgong wei e most '.itr for tunate that their captain, Noel Miller, sustained a broken collai bone iight on the half time; bell and. as ai iesutilt iplayed the ioeahinei o. the gamne with 12 men: Of these 12, Neil Sharpe was a .ciipple froin, the first fine minutes of thle play At the timei, lei was Gli ed Geriin gong were deflinitely on top but as the second half pi ogi essed it was evident that the Gongs coul not, stiand the' stinaiti and the Pairk soon gained the ascendanicy A reliabie League. ofitcial liepti a", check on the sor?iims throughout the .match .anrid here it is cecarly shown how the oss of a playei "affected Gerringong In the first half the Parki won 18 sciurnis to 17 aild in the second: half they won...

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"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

"ROUNDABOUT" BY 'hrHE MAN IN THE STREET" Progress is being inale on; the Tennis Courts now in ,ourse of con struction b the iarma Council in Cential Park. When completed four courts will be available in this area and the District Tennis Associatioi hope then; to, be able to . conduct Cha?nipion?hips. In the ineantixie the Ladles Doubles Championship of the district willbe'; commenced shortly, play taking place: on Thursdays. Some .strong comibinations contem. plate entering and tennis of good s?tandard .will no doubt be witnessed. Journeyed to Jamberoo .on Satilr dlay to witness the Albion Park-Ger rini ong play-ioff':. By' golly! but' that Swamp Road is rough, S methilng ought to be done about ',it. Such verdant pastures warirant a much better thoroughfare than the one provided: 'Even the fine looking cat t?le that use it quite a bit are likely to ofall down a hole and strain" their milk. Speaking,. of verdant pastures:. What of the fine patch' of clover on the, Jambei'roo Sports G...

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SPORTING ITEMS Football REFEREES FOR SATURDAY FIRST GRADE SEMI—FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

SPORTING ITEMS Football. .,REFEREES FOR SATURDAY FIRST GRADE SEMI-FINAL 'Klaniavy Berry ar t ^Gerritngong, SReferee A. Blanch. Linesmen, A. :Booth 'and M. Caamage.,; 2 Berry v. Nowia at Gerringongat Sp ;m. Referee,' :KGry: Linesmen ,S, Thicknesse and IA:Mcdonald

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KIAMA C. W. A. MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

KIAMA C. W. A. MONTHLY MEETING The monthly meeting of the'C W ? was held in the Rest Room and the 9th Birthday of the branch was cele byatedý, The Pri'esident (Mrs. Knight) rpie sided and :there was an excellent at tendance of members .and .visitor . A resolution of sympathy vas p s sed 'with. all present : standing, to Mesdames' Thomas and Mitchell' iin their sad bereavements. ,. ' Apologies were receive' from Mesdames Hillman,,::. Lyons,:, Ziems, ,]vers, E. Noble,. Tory and Main stone. A welcome ivas extended to all new ,members joining. Delegates chosen to attend ..con ference on 30th October at Noi, ra. were, Mesdames Martin; W'alkie?;aind Young. Representatives Mesdames Knight and Raison. CORRESPONDENCE,' Froii Shellharbour and Jamberoo Councils enclosing donation for maintenance of iBaby Health Centre. --Received with thanks. From Mount Hope Bush Nursing Asociation, -thanks foir donation from Association.' From Departnient of Public Health. informing Baby Health Centre Com mit...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

ERSONAIL e, I .Mr' . Sharpe, of' Gelringoiig,;who has been attached to the staff ofthe Coinreical Bank at' e ie,, has been tiitnseredto, Giyr ,o an, Ge P:ino' . da'i :Chittic'k" errara and M? H "BOIL "ý; a st:1". ,, w ek,I 1 , ..,.. Ir :::,.,:;: i,.,,. ? s :,..Ir.7h 11'i1T' To~ng's;,vi sited. the Ma;lelbonfine ~Royal;ij ,," r.}! :, ,i !, ', ý r';. . :,i , ' I t ,?I { ; : t. ýrl ,,~ ,F he'ln, an u , r r1; t a ''; .. Sot 1 la cove a r..e iaStebbinYii iani id'61 )ýthe 4 'i ::.''.Y, ? ??iI '''!'!, td S md "K 'Ban; ei g is .on f , a' : re L'..'II .,' i ý1. , i thiee -.wenks aninual leavbt i~Br r!, .....! "',,"ý : sonii of'r Coogee, is,,the i'elieving.offic, K, . t A~~~* :, * Ht`7~,ri' h' ,! lfI i, ,a eset?holid aying at:''; holildaying at Coydon asp the guest of hs biother''1ir M I,' Mathiie::; ' Oni t(Satu day, :la'st 'Mi Fm iani:1 Gibbs, of .Teimalon g-;Street 'im `collopse'd ;on XV";; llongong;,. Railway"' Station .and was ,conveyed-by ainbu.. a'nce to' K ianm a 'Hospital; and admit t...

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SNAP SHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

.SNAP' "SHOTS '.From the R.S.L Stuggestion has been put forward .of an. Australian-wide' Re-Union ; in: Melbourne of all ex-Sighallers f thel ist A.J.P. in No vi? ber, 1948;. This' will coincide with . Armistice, 'Day. Any ex-Sigiallers interested in this ,should ,cobntact Frank Preston, £of .21 Ardochq 'Street, Essendon, Victoria. "From, the' Department '6o 'Road Transort, who,, incidentally, have *been' more than considerate to the. eague, comnies worid that :of all ve hicles ri'eleased, seventy-five per cent have gone to, ex-servicemen. Famied Auistralian soprano, Miss, Str'ella Wilson', intends to conduct a series. of 'concerts in the big 'towns of NS'W. and would like to do them in conjunction wi'th R.S.L. Clubs in the var'ibous centres. " 'Miss 'Wilson is ,keen on imaking the N.S.W.; tour beneficial to the League, , and her proposition is a series of concerts on a fifty-fifty:.)asis,' with suggested prices 6/-, 4/-, and 2/. The concert party will consist of Miss Wilson, a teno...

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ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

ALBIONARK NEWS aed iC res ponie itheit9itaiYtIrit iteand la' tten'd'edaI, ng hnd"card flled :'ln.,a ,very pleasantr;t ,ne Mrs W HiIaiuistand iMirs s .!le wsteipo iclode frthAius icfo l~ dailcing?h cThi,'suipper: tables ha:bll en dee0uor ated wtthi saonal rflowei sn bnd; o,wer w ell ip iovyded'' withl"'tandwichs cakes. etc. all of.wlhiic appealedie '.o 'those ,pr iesent. i; ', ,':'.. £ ,: ' . ', -++Before lsupper Mrw'; . S' Wfilsn pireseited .Mr. and., Mrs., CO'Keefe .With *a, :beautifuil ".box ;6dfutlei'iWs',a: 'tokon ' of iof appure'uatiin .of the woik done foi.' thie Albion 'Parik School.' Mn I ,Wrson spoke of the esteem in;,wivhich Mrs.'. 0 Keefe had.been': held'bythli.6& chiidien aind\ the excellent esult ohf hei -effojts$ foi, them. On' behalf of tIe P. and .C Alsociation, M i Wilso xished ,Mr. and Mrs; ,0 !Keefel success, an d happy, lives together. 1.:''i^ Miv. Wilson' ad thanked. Mr u Kecfe Loi-.her .loyalty as a:teacheu .:<,.Mi; ,Mc lelland. spoke oi Mi 0...

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BANK PROTEST MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

BANK PROTEST. MEETING ,,The Oddfellows Hall was practic ally flllqd to capiacity for a meeting convenedi by the Kiama :Citizeins Protest Conimittee on Monday :night last. I. In opening the meeting, the chair man,; Mr. T. R.' Batty,' said tlhati sonme 60 per cent of the' people of the 'dis trict had sigifed the petition. Mi'r. R. Hendersoh said this pirescnt niationalisatiobn. ni?bve brought'' the country t6 `the crossroads. Either to the rigliht to democracy or to. the left. to coinfiunismin. Thxe patlh of deniocracy was an old ?dad. There 'liad been pitfalls, but we had been able to do as we pleased. There were blots on the road. Th;ere was the 1914-18 war when imeien had 'fought 'to maintaiin demnocracy. Since 1921 Coimmunism had been endeav ouring to undermine the. Labour Party. By throwing in their influelice behiidl the Labpiir; Party, the Com miunists had foi'ced the Labolur Party to agriee to all good Labouir party inen signing a pledge requir i?hg them to ,stand up and fight...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

Do You Read the KIAlVA' , DEPENDENT. REGULARLY Pl'ce an Order NOW With- . . * KIAMA: Sullivan's Newsagency, * Jarratt's Newsagency . - JAMBEROO: Pryor Bros. Store * ... Fredericks' Store. . GERRINGONG: Noble Bros. Store. ALBION PARK: Mrs. W. Buchanan's Store. . * S SHELLHARBOUR: D. A. McGrath's Store. * 'iMINNAMURRA: Mrs. A. M. .Evans. Store: S LAKE ILLAWARRA SOUTH: F. Noonan's Store. OR WE WILL POST COPIES TO YOU DIRECT " 4/6 PER QUARTER post free * 9/- A HALF YEAR post free S1:8/- PER ANNUM post free * WESTON CO. OWEN GARDNER & CO. * LICENSED AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, REAL ESTATE O AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS * JAMBEROO * ~ AGENTS FOR MOFFAT-VIRTUE LIMITED * Dlstributing:-Milking Plants, Dairy Sterilizers, Engines, Irrigaton Systems, Windmills, Pumps, Electrolux, KeroseneRefrigerators etc. * .. THE SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE CO. LTD. " Covering all risks * THE PRODUCERS & CITIZENS CO-OPERATIVE ASSURANCE* S CO. LIMITED-Life, Probate and Accident Risksetc. * SPECIAL...

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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

THE TIDES The pOiuwiiig times tare taken a. Itt Fort Denison, Sydney; ' Kiama is approximately 20 minutes later:- SEPTEMBER Wednesday 24th: High 4.9:a.m. & 4.16 p.m.; Low 9.36 a.m. & 11.9 p.m. Thtirsday 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. SSunday 28th: High 7.9 a.m. and 7 3]4 p.m:; Low 1.1 a.m. & 12.55 p.m. Monday 22nd: High 1.36 a.m. and 2.2 p.m.; Low 7.12' aim. & 9.1 p.m. Tuesday 23rd: High 2.52 a.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.

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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

CURRENT COUPON' S These ; coupons may 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).

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SIDESHOWMEN AT COASTAL SHOWS Dealing with Strikers [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

SIDESHOWMEN AT COASTAL SHOWS Dealipg with Strikers It will be remembered that .the sliows of 'Albioni Pari and KiamnWhad trouble, wi th the' side-showmn at their 1947,shlws;', when the men'de cided to tage strike ind di: dinot appearl at eithelshowi Apera' ihe hw",How'ever, ,it `would a'ppear ;th'at :the men will be in trouble if such drastic action is taken next year. The -matter was dealt with, at. a meeting of "the South,. Coast and Southern Tablelands Agricultutral, Horticultural and Industrial Union, held at 'Berry on Satur'day," 13th inist. The Secretary explained that a. meeting of the sub-committee re garding sideshowmen had drawn up a set of i'ecommendations, which had been sent to all societies in the group. These were exhaustively discus sed, and decided upon' as follows: 1. Plan of area to be drawn up 'as a basis, with the` price marked thereon. 2. No sideshowman to erect his structure in any position other than that allotted to him. 3. All ground space must be paid'foir...

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COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

COMING EVENTS Sept. 26-Diggers' Ball, Kiama. Sept. 30-C. of E. Tea Meeting, Ki. Oct 3-Hospital Ball,'Jamberoo. Oct. 7-Scots Church Spring Fair, Ki. Oct.'9-Scots Church Fair, Kiamat Oct. 14-C. of E. Flower Show,, J'roo Oct 17-J'roo Junior Farmers Ball. Oct. 24-P. & C. Ball, Albion Rark. Oct. 29-Spring Show,. Gerringong. Oct. 31--..Fo'otballer's Ball, Albion Pk. Nov. 28-.RS.L. Dance, Gerringong. Dec. 5-6-C,W,A, Y'ger Set Dance, KI. Dec 31-KI, -o8p, Aux, Market. Stall

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

BUY .LOCKETTS I 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. COOK & DYER, Fruit and Confec tionery. Terralong Street, Kiama: Phone 173. HIRE SERVICE, Day or night. Phope 92. CLE M"KEIR, Manning Street. Cars washed and cleaned. O. H. BLAIR, Hairdresser and To bacconist. ' Razors and Scissors Sharpened. Manning Street. J. MANCY, Representative for West ern Assurance Co., Fire, Personal Sickness and Accident, Workers' Cumpensation. 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 Shas been appointed local agent for Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation Ltd. All classes of Insurance other than Life effected. JAMBEROO PRYOR BROS., Ge...

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FOOD FOR BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 24 September 1947

F'OOD 'FOR BRITAIN 'The"h y6i r oI ,K?diKiat (? 1 d .W,"`' IIoldlen) rioneitlyi.reoeivreda mostinii .ealrestli' letterl ,rom ;a ,Mr, .Chas \,KR Ilall ,oI; Queens .Parl? lManchest thanking the ;citizens olY, .iKma fo ! ' ifod :paia col sent ,by. the Municipal ',:f.y thi e ougl thei~. F!ood' 'r'Briiaii He'. esa ys'As one ot' thel recipl ,lits ?n of; your generous and',very,,ac ceptable giLtS, .' .-oeol lihat ,I. nmust Svrit 'aindc thaink you incerely., feel "a v\ery close relationshipl tot you all at. many years ago ani.: uncle left Delbyshire' or ' Australia i ,th .1860s I .believe, aiid afteroniy fatlhei death i? 1893 came to 'E"ngland on a visit lHe had m lsIn tt W?ega tand had a la u e famnily so I expect th1e 'will be some oi miny kin still m estence in N.S.W." Sluring the '910118 van iI I met. many Ausi aliansand ,became .als of several. I havel met andsipokento the Rt. Hon. W. M. -Htiglies, Pi.P?ie Minfistei', aliiid aiiy others of "your p rominentr men, o I amn very inter este...

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