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KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
KIAMA CLUB The following players will repre `'ent' Kiama, Juniors' 'agahiust Bd'ry in t.he Grandi Final at. Berry to-day (Saturiday). Bui s leaves Sports Club at 2" p.m. D. Milleir', B. Leggett, G. Siiitli, J. `Warrei, B: Windsor, K. McGuir6, J., Hanigan, D. THaigh, B., Spinks, :M. Whliittake, J. Holz, F.; Ryan, D. Meredith.
KIAMA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
KIAMA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS qr J . L ' L At a special sitting ,of i; the Court of Petty, Sessions at. Kiima ?o kWed nesday., last, befoie Mr R wicke, S M., M1atthew Godfre? 'Hickey of Albion Pairk wa ;chairged witll be-, ing drunk, lus ing indecent lan guage and resisting the ipolice; tYHe pleaded -not guilty and :'wasideendedbliy:'Mr T. B: Mlunerney , Wllongong. Se rgt,: W ;'Smith appeai-ed foiLr the'^,police. ':, :Const .'L "eonard :iFrancis, 'Daley' statied that iat 2 p. i on 9th Aulg iust:last, 1Hickley: was i ::the i:~oodtpath outside the :Jamberoo, Hotel,' un steidy ion his feet staggerin g, and with 'all the ,sib'ns' of 1drunkenness, HIe said to Hickey; "Itold you ?:an 1boui. ago: that;' you had had :enough to :drink. Now you .aie driunk; and I 'am. going: to arrest you." Defenid ant ieplied, "Alright, ai'rctt", me." Witness ai rested him adid took hiim across lReid Park'to twherle': the i olice motoir cycle' was parked.? While hl .was being placed in' the side-cai Hickey s...
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
,:The Kiania Showground ; . ill .be t eivenu'ef of the Sou ti Coast !Leak. ues econd first grade seminfinal thi afterino~i when the: opposing :teams vwill:l beJabioo and Aiion,'P ail It Sxected thatth will be vey haild but peillaps not very spechac iulai game;. imbioo .will nati ally take thfe field: full' o i fidencehin view of ;the act; ithalthey tice d feated the' Park, this season:: Play ingat: Albion Parikdthy won 1 to 5 and i thl e iturn:' gane eat iJam beioo they won byS to 4. Flowever1' te Pail, despite these i everseit c annot le taken too lightly in View f tlhe fact that .th'ey:twice: fully; ex tended th mmin ,p1 eniei s Kiama and in, iecent:' weeks downed sti'ong teams in Be ry and .Gerring6ng. Form ,sugest! that the Park possess tile strongest biclks whilst ;the 'Roos, havee tle ',strolger. pack 'of :foi'rWar'dsi Thie :winneri , of this : gamne will' .meet Kianla in the final next Satui'dy . The Jtuniior Grade:Grand :Final: to be played on the Beri'ry Showgrouind to -day...
PRICES CASES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
PRICES CASES A::t .a Special. Couit at Kiama on W ednesdajr afternoon, ::'.befori .,Mri Atkinsoii S M., a niumlbe of defend, ants pleaded .guiltyo :t. havingg, sold dieclaredl goods?b aboive maximum prices. 1M1r. G, Amsbeig, instructed by Mir J. J. A; S "Balmain, Common wealth Crown Solicitor prosecte'', and ,all defendants; except. J. Mairley, were. represented by, Mr. G. P,. Wat kins, Kiania. The following fines costs and ex p.enses were imposed : John Marley £22/101-; Richird' George Holden: £ 17/4/,,-; ReRgiiald' Fisher.. £ 15/4/-; Arthur Ronald ;Hall £ 18/10/-; George ::Fi, rederick;,. Hall £ 18/10/-; Patricl O'Gorman £ 92/6/-; Thomas :Cornelius O'Keefe ;£2210/-;: Charles :Francis James £ 87;: James Philip, O'Gorilaii £87.
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
COMING ',EVENTS Oct. 7-Scots Churcli Spring Fai'r, Ki. Oct," 9-Scots Church Fair, Kiama. Oct.? 14C, 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. Oct. 31-Footballer's Ball, Albion Pk. No ii28-R.S,Lh Dance, 'Gerringong. Ded.:5-C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance, KIl, Dec. 31-Ki. Hos. Aux. Mile Pennies
METHODIST SPRING FAIR At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
METHODIST SPRING 'At' amber~oo 4. The Methodist Ldis Aid held eii, annual Sr 'nig. ' ii :the Sc ool :HIall onThursdayl 18th Sep' coingi a promnent- fetur? ?'of "the , iiii",,-":.,, "':.'',,J,, ,,, , ,;, "~' ,; . "l ' !' . . glife;t o Jamei oo r ttia t hd uarge ' Rey R; 0C' Clark acted' as ch airmani a·nd-?daft'er t li o 'oloaji niid P;ii?:,ayer welcomed those piese't and annouii ced that the stalls, were open 'or business !"'' '. All .stalls 1were, ell stocke? anl ? the gdods thereon so found ready sale" A vorid of ?i?aise is:.due 'to Miss 'Ruth'iVidlei, who as secietaiy of the !a dies. 1Chuich ;Aid, was' ,responsible ite the oigalnisatiomi of :the function. She was ably assisted 'bya willing band of helpeirs all of who are to be congiratulated on the financial :iesult"' achieved; . .Following are the naimes of 'the stalllholderis who efficiently mannied their.e sections:- . Fancy Stall-Mrs .,' J. Vidler, Mrs NT Richardson `a1.'Miss Rutledge. Cakes and Swieets-Mrs. Colin Tate: 'and'...
R.S.S.A.I.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
R S.S.A.I.L.A. There .was, a good roll up of Dig Sger's at the ..usuial monthly:. meeting, the President (Mr. H: N. Miller) be ing in the chair. Apologie?s were i?eceived from , Cartei, P. H. Anderson and Noel Miller. Mr? Aich Baker was 'noininated' and' accepted into the: Club and the Pi esident extended a warim .elcome. Mr. W. Sampson, the new Council Health :Insector, was also welcomed: to the .nmeeting. Quite a long list of coi'respondence was read, covering a widei range. of SSub-branch activities. :Iti was de cided to fori ',ard a cheqlue for £ 1/1/ .-to the Deaf, DuImb and Blind Instit ution. : A c'irculari was ireceived fron' the R:S.L. Poppy Day Fund, afte? dis cussion it was' decided to api>ly fori 250 poppies for sale in 'the district.' The, C.W.A. wrote asking that somle beading be placed around the wall in the Baby Health Centre room. It was decided 'to 'carry out: this work as' soon as possible. The Secretary reported' that he had written ,to .the two local mem bers...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
SHURCH SERVICES ;:,JN SUNDAY NEXT',. .CHURCH OF ENGLA"ND--Kinii?a 11 : ai'.m (14P. '& HC) andi 7.30 :im. S(EP); Foxground .10.n. :(,) Gerringong 11.15 amii.: (M:P) 7.730 ipilmnm (E1P)-RevR 'S. A ·Mainstone, IRe~toi' ' PRESBYTERIAN Kianma 10~ aamui Stind 7.;30 p.min. Jiambe'roo 1ii30; a?;in Re?,W D: Mc.hI?aith,' B.?iA Alioni 'Park 11,30 a in Rev IH VBa iatht JV1ETHODIST Kiaina 10 5 a, Gerlinonig?"'· 11a': 15' ai; ,l;i::Jaiieioo 7.30 p.1n: Rev R OGlailk 'Shell liaiboi. 11.15 .i Mi .1VI;:I' ? Goriell; Jaiiibeiroo b 11:15 a; in >.I,? lleiiiig-, SCHi URCH OF EN GE N D--Jamibe rod' 11 a i? (HO) S liellliaboui, 7 p an. (EP). Rev: A. H.°H.E:'?ards, iRector. ',;: :, : CHURCH ;OF:' ENG LAND `lbioin .irlr S am Ti(HO);, :7 15 . m (ElP) Rev. '1 Gee, Rector SCONGREGATIONAL-GGeri 'ngong 11 a;.m.' and '7.30 .in .- Rev. H. ,,E. Lawson; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1947'
RED CROSS At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
L - 't, A Gerrlngong ;,The onthly m9etlng ,of the l e riingogi Beancli of the Red Cross; Society ?vas hleld iin the 'Soldieis 11i orial ??Hall n on Thuisday after nooni wheni the P resident (Mls: T Hindmnarsh)' piesided oveir a good "attendance, ,of,; miembeirsi' LThe meet 'ii ::opned with the Nation An iithm and the Rd Ciross motto:' : i motion of sypathy'was. accoird ed Mrs T W Johnston in itlie' death of; ,hei ' sisitei" in--law; aind ;wase''ar ied- by all piesent ,:tandinp" ;;", 'The sale i ofRed ciss c'Calend'al's fo'i ,?1948 was, colmpleted and ire ised Its wasireported that £ 16/1/ had been idded to tlhe: Bra nchlu ds 's a iesult of atternoon tea seived at tlie footbll nmatchi astweek. It was decided `to cater foi a ciiket. imatch on 3id Noveniierb ai?nd also for a 'wedding at the end of Nove- Mirs AA:::U ? B?ailey voliunteeied: to male a quantity of vashiers ;fioiom iiateiia .and' :cottonis viiich wee , vailatble at th iem'eeting. Any i Lieinbeiiwho `vould be avail: 'ble to ...
MILK ZONE DAIRYMEN'S COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
MILK ZONE DAIRYMEN'S COUNCIL A well attended meeting of . the Management Committee of the Milk Zone Dairymen's Cotincil was held in Sydney on the' 25th September, Mr. F. Sedgkick, Producers' Repre sentati've on the Milk Board attend ing. EXTENSION OF ZQNE Considerable hostility was in. evi dence against action -of the Milk Board in recommending an extensidn of .the Zone. This subject has beeni one that has occupied the full at tention of the Management and Ex= ecutive Committee, and intensive representations have been made.,to the.Milk Board,, State Cabinet Mmin isters, and all Members of. Parlia ment within the Milk Zone. The sub missions.of the Council to the Board alldw for the inclusion of Gloucester Shire. Delegates reported that pro ducers in all districts represented agree with ,the submissions as made, and feel that the Milk Board has act ed with undue haste in' rebommend ing this large extension to the Minis ter. Mr. Clisdell, of Penrith, gave an exanmple of increased produ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
v. h V 1EMS MANNING STREET, KIAMA. FOR 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. 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 SMJN, WOMEN & CHILDREN -AT C V. ZIEMS MANNING STREET. TELEPHONE 167 .KIAMA IL ------ - - ------- - ------ --- - - : u: u :::: * *****.*. .*.... .. u A. M. SULLIVAN MANNING STREET, KIAMA NEWSAGENT, STATIONER, SHEPHERD'S SEEDS NU-SYSTEM LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING : Deliveries Mondays and Thursdays-SATISFACTION ASSURED D epo fo -- ------ ----- , DA ADVERTISING RATFP "CASUAL" (Functions, Notices, Sales, etc.), 4/- per single column inch. Birth, Engagement, Marriage, Death, Funeral, Retur...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
THE TIDES. The following times are taken as .at Fort Denison, Sydney. Kiama is approximatl1v 20 ininutes later:- OCTOBER Saturday 4th:, High 10.38 a.m.. and 11.4 p.m.;. Low 4.18 a.m. & 5.4 p.m. Sunday 5th: High 11.26 ?a.m. Low 4.57 a.m. and' 6.1 p.m. I Monday 6th: High 12.1 a.m:n and 12.22 p.m.; Low 5.43,a.m; & .7.11 p.m. Tuesday 7th: High 1.14 a.m. and 1.31 p.m.; Low 6.45 a.m. & 8.35 p.m: Wednesday 8th: High' 2.41 a~m. & 2.49 P.m.; Low 8.4 a.m. & 9.55 p.m. Thursday 9th: H!gh 4.3 a.m. and 4.3 p.m.; Low 9.30 a.m. & 10.58 p.m. Friday 10th: High 5.9 a.m: and -5.9 p.m.; Low 10.45 a.m. & 11.50 p.m.. Saturday 11th: High 6 a.m. and 6.8 p.m.; Low 11.46 a.m. Sunday 12th: High 6:44 a.m. and 6.58 p.m.; Low 12.36 a.m. & 12.39 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These coupons mny, he 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 71-77, Green 81-87 expire 12/10/47. New coupons black 78-81, green 89 and 91 available 13/10/47. CLOTHING-'-1-56 (1947).
DIGGERS BALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
DIGGtERS BALL " . 1The Annual Digg9rs Ball hold on` FiFridhi : night last ..was 'a grand suu-"' cess, up9n which those :iespoisible ,are decerving of congratulationi. :There was.a large igaictherilxg pies nt', hie outlying districts .eing :par ticularly well represented:. 'Included) i tlihe : isitols: piesent ewe?re. Messr's H. T Fowles1 M.A., . Da son i SL? ; State' Councillo, and; epri~ sentatives of n?eighbourig. Sub biranches of ,,the League:. Apologies from'. Messrs : D; Fraser 'MHR. anld' . Lyons (Town Cleik) iweiean nouncedby ythe ,Pesidei o' the i?i arima Sub-branich Col: C: D Fuhilei who also' thaned: those .presont: fo,., their' patonage: Th hall 'was decorated: with pen nauts and small flags witl gro ,n.ry' ar: 'i~i i..tlhestage; anid01chlesr?:?IA'' featuire of: the evening was(the ie lease :Of 'a laioge numberi of?iballoons fiom a: containeir in: the iroof rOf:.n t.' hall, This opeiation nwas .sucrcess-' fully carried out ly Mip PRob 'The nmusic was ·ul'supplied :!i" the...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
PERSONAL S~ i. Caalion, popular Gerringong-' i lVowrai? ?iu's 'driver, is at presents an: n ??iateof the David Berry? Hospital `and hý is' mny frienlds wvill join in, wishing . im a quick recoveiy: M Ble Langton, of Geu ir gong, is'an inmate:fe tlhe Kiama Dis trct: HospItal, wherei 'she u nderwent an appendix.operation last week . M :i en Stelphen,. of Gerrinong ales in his left shouldei whilst play M J W Geoige, offAuckland, is at pesent holii in :teaarit s tie : ge; ii elatves i and M Hfly J George iid Wfamlyl gon; Tealong : Street.: e ymade ;the tiip by Tas' an:FlyinG'e Boat
ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
ALBION PARK NEWS , (From our Albion Park Correspondent) Mr. I. Bar3nsley, o1 Moss Vale, is holidaying aitAlbion Parkifor the next fortnight,, staying with helr mother, Mrs. Kinig, of Janiberoo Rd. Shiirley Anderson, youngest child of MM and Mrs. L Anderison;, of. roongla, Albion'i Park, has rtiined ie ater udeigoing iai ope rtion in Wollongiiong Hospital i?eri frienids trust tlati she will soon be ir estor ed to, good .he althi.: OBITUARY M?s TomnRogan a ',native of To n gari indeid at. the residence of her daughter in Leiclihardt ;las; .wel: Mrs.Rogani was 89 yea': s of age. a?iid was a sistei' of Mi YJames' Fowler, of Dapto BIRTH7DAY PIARTY On ';Saturday last a Bi thdad Party was' given ..to Judy Wilsoin by .he' M ethodist' Sunday. School fr;iends. Some. 35. childrien weie present,, ac comipanied by a, few of theii pareints. Judy who Mas .been cohlnedto herh bed for the past 7 months with a hip. disease, was delighted to be .able to spend the atteriboni with hlle !;'.play mates; T...
R.S.L. DISTRICT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
SR.S.L. DISTRICT , COUNCIL A meetinig of the C'enti'al Soutlih 'Coast District :Council of the Retuin ed: Sbldieis' League was; held at: Jervis Bay on Saturday, 27th. Sep .temiber. Mr,.W' Scott .presfded and delegates weire piesent from iJain 'bei'oo, Nowvra, Beri'y, Gerringong, Ki ama, Bomadeiry,- Jervis Bai iand Kangaroo 0Valley,'. The m:ain . items of discussioni we'e as. follows: It was reported the. new :.Local Government ordinances pirescribed that a, minimuinm of. 12 holiday .cabins 1had to ibe, built in each case of a new -area being opened up. ' The meeting considered that lhis was in .flicting' an 'undue hardslip oln ex servicement starting out in this type of business and it w?as decided to make representations to Mr. J. G. Beale; M.L.A., and to. the Minister lor Works. "If these proved unfruit ful to also take the matter up with the State' Secretary of'.the League. A' reply was. received, from the HIIusing Commission regarding a complaint that in.Commission houses at Now...
JEANETTE TATE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
JEANETTE TATE Sincere sympathy wvill be extend ed to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tate, of Jamberoo, .in. their bereavement through' the l?death of their infant daughteir Jeanette in Kiania District Hospital oin Sunday last. The funeral took place on Tuesday last at Jamberoo Cemetery after a service in the Church' of England, at which the Rector (Rev. A. 'H. Ed wards) officiated. Floral tributes were received froml the following: Mothel; Father, Rex anid John and Nan Smith; Grandfather Tate, Uncle Jim, Bruce, Gordon and Ron (Buir ied with Casket); Uncle .Col and Auntie Glad; Uncle John, Auntie Grace, Ray, Daphne and Annie; Uncle Ray, Auntie Freda'and Enid; Auntie Minnie, Uncle Jack and fam. ily; Alma,' Jack and family;- Lennie, Slaney and Noel; The-Eniployees of Cleary Bros., Bombo; Cleary Bros.; The Teachers and pupils of Jam - beroo. Public School; Jamberoo Lad les Guild; George, Jim and Ada; Bill, Mary, Isabel'and Douglas; Ted, An nie and Beth; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Tate anld family; Alex an...
OBITUARY MR THOMAS JOHNSTON [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
OB.·0oITiUAR " MR ;T,'H TOMAS :JOHNSTONh"i I.One n;of the ,oldest residenfso we, i .tle tage ,e'of y .iil 'Hihe hadbeeninilt ill rle ral e m·ii, lis . an adt 1en a?J aien in iamai¶iDistrlic hitIf hine li6e: sthsoi the late ames and?lai'garet:John tonhelha ie Sraccali taellhslie i oJe an Oil the :'piOpertyl' ' p ad acquivediou e than' 60g yai aio Since is e ae ased a w ay, a in ugust,'o n' heon, wl '- d to' lls: mainy:rels ft d intidistuct it.a. obvious, thiathe igreatlyý mis-: :sed' his'·blotheli.7 :: unmarried; was one vwhi iiw .ould iiath er: incdlivenienc& .himself thain have anothei:go a little b':ut: of!:tli` ! ,, on his',actcotiunt.'Hisi:quiiet, unassu ing: disposition alild good, neighboiiily acts :endeai'ed hliii to alle lef :"et ,:Although he did iiot' take ani :active, pipart' in'-ýpublic affair's.:he:maintained' a keemin tem est in' s uchl.intters .anid was . well :inifrmieid i6hlnist. district *matteis.' iOnly one brother, Joseph, who re-, sides 'in Sydney, su rv...
OMEGA PLATFORM [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 4 October 1947
OMEGA PLATFORM The Minister for Transport '(Mr. M. O'Sullivan) has written to Mr: J. Beale, :M.LA.,- as follows: "I' am writing with further refer ence to your personal representa tions on behalf of the' Gerringong Municipal C'ouncil, regarding the erection of a'new extended.lplatform, and station buildings at Omega. I have been 'specially in -touch with the t Commissioner for Railways, who advises me'that the-preparation of necessary plans covering the pro vision of the new accomm'odation is now in hand, Mr. Hartigan intpnds to advise me further as soon as possible, and upon receipt of this information I shall, write to you again,"