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QUIZ SHOW At Kiama [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

QUIZ SHOW S At Kiama,: A new kind, of enteritainnieit which proved very popular was striged on Tl.hursday, 2nd' October, whien a Quiz Session was held in the Church of England Sunday School. Mrs. Knight, President of the C.W.A., extended a welcome to all present and special thanks to Mr. Van Stratton, 'the Quiz Master, who made :a special trip, as a dona tion towards the funds, to, officiate on. this. occasion. The teams that competed were: Boy Scouts, Girl Guides No 1 and 2, Chturch of England Fellowshilp, Central School (Girls), Methodist Juniors, C.W.A. Younger Set, Coen~ tral School (Boys),, Kiama Boys Tennis Club, Methodist Seniors, Railway Staff, Passengers. The winners were the Church of England Fellowship Club-Keviwi Fuller, Shirley Hamilton, Betty.Ben nett and Ann Roberts. The Passen ger team who were the runners up donated their prize money to the Gil Guides No. 2 team who came third. There was keen rivalry amongst the teams. The judges wei'e Messrs. Mancy and Fuller, the ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

PE ,SONAL ;MI and Ms1. V eich of 'Punchlibow, have been spending `the week-end holidays: with i riends' at Kiania. Miss Nancy Filling, of Atibui n has, been spending lihei holida a Kian?land is staying with h?i euncle and cousins at:. 'erralong, St reet;,'Mr W. Sp oule, of "Leid a. Miss Maijorio Wilsoin of Drum nnoyne (Orry.' Kelly s" cousin) has been` staring at Tory's Hotel withi a party of girlfl iends lmiss' Dorothy Dawes; Siste? in, the Bega ?.HIospit al, .flew bliy' plane f oni' Bega last. Trhursday and' ,is' home on holiday stayin?g :witli h i. er.:rents,' Mt.': and Mrs. Biert Dawes, ofi Kiama; Mr. Geoff Grey, of Bowral?, who re sided in Kiamna some 15 years ago when his father conducted the ,but cher shop now: owned by Mr.,. F. Hall, has been holidaying here, staying at the Brighton; Hotel and has been renewing old acquiaintaiidces.

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NURSES' QUARTERS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

NUURSES' QUARTERS The contiactoi for the buildsS ot the' :new Nuirses; quarters at ,,iama' Dii tirict:hsp'itai; Messs. A', W. Ed - 'wa?d?:ty:l td; of . Orescent 'Str et,; ,Glebe?,,comin ced prepar'alory wrk Gi thie it i,.e einesdaavla st': This building, the fist stare in the povision?of aternity Wing at, the Hospital No doubt all. concernedi will . be pleased that the conltriateo?x Ids amde an eairly stait tas' the scretair?y of the IIosptitsl only 1-eceived notifica tion oin, Wednesday ,that the tender had been accepted

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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

LOCAL & GENERAL Seo "Illawarra Sales" next, to Illawvarra -Iotel; 88-90i'Keira Street, Wollongong,, if you wish to buyy or sell a. cai"'. Mr., A. J. Campbell reports a very successfull sale ?at Ber'y: .Yalrds on Wedilesday last when 90 head of cattle. were sold at: good ' prices. Comnpetition for sliringers was lim ited as the quality was only fair, but all classes of other. cattle. were in keen demand. Fat cows 'made to £17, fat heifers £15/10/-, fleshy cows £12, calved cows £12, spring ;ing cows £11, yard of store bullocks £11/8/-, bulls £ 9/10/,O a. yaid nine months. old heifers £8/1716, Per head, store cows £8, aged cows to £5/15/-, saddle horses £9. At the cattle sale held at:'Jambe roo on' Friday, 3rd October, by Messrs: Owen Gardnier and Co., good prices were. realised. The market was firm for young heifers, spring ers and milkers. Dry coastal condi tions reflected in condition of cattle. Young. heifers £6/10/- to £10; Springers, £11/10/ to £14; Heifers in milk to £15...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

i .0 , That is .II . de iii natm. We. givecareM and ponupt al er phoned orders so that customers mw get the most out of. this convsninos. We save you disappointment by.. `pirf our stocks complete b mest mvy ap quirement. " Just a tinkle and we,', -dt.e pW service. ASC 247 P. J. DAVIES S STOREKEEPER Phone 138 NORTH KIAMA I. KIAMA RADIO SERVICE SELDON COCKS PHONE: Kiama 67. BE WISE-SHOP AT. . D W.. -HUGHES, CHEMIST Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMIST THAT SERVES 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 & Printig. * Cosmetics and Toilet Requisites--Best Brands Available * Veterinary Medicines-Veterinaiy Prescriptions Dispensed. 'IPONTE:Riaa67T:IONA :L NTERNATIONAL THE full range includes utilities, i~ght, medium, and heavy-duty Internationals in capacities...

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

LOCAL GOVERNMENT Throughout the'length and breadth of New South Wales, the Town Hall or Council Chambers is the rallying point for community effort and pub lic endeavour. Leadership .is pro vided by Aldermen and Councillors, who give voluntary service. in a tradition whidh, in this State, is a century old, and in Britain, dates back over a thousand years. The present Local GoVernment system in New South Wales is based on the 300 Municipal and Shire Coun. cils which administer the local needs of the towns and rural areas respec tively. Thi'ough these Councils, some 3,000 citizens, directly elected by popular franchise, give unselfish! and unstinted service to their coin mnunity; their inspiration, a sense ot loyalty to their district and,. a keen desire for its advancement; theiir reward, the satisfaction of a service and job well done. If the community had to rely on paid offic ials for this service the cost of'gov emrnment would become intolerable. As more responsibilities fall to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

1j?OQ.t SAL -1Do uble" Bed and~ Whi Matti res. Phone Kiana i11 O],RS . bE E. ?- :2!t ,'h~p., ,;t.ANTI-I R , ,/ Oto?!. dycie, '0:,god;;CQ' boqfditi0it os:ng -Geingoag 76; F{OLQuick Sale'-Canvab Su C p Jae, as new .se}aohyl) 1.5 6Edd.St?etKiina or Scott OSALE Moni uya Sacc ali e Seedt :4d per" Ib: Pr'or, "partticuhias:: inh wrtivite' W I IOJ?LE, ,NOWRA, `Ihojne 130' iRE. ITNSURANCE .Pr ernium" ai Sreduced one thi dl underi the` Go euriiient" :i Iiisurancei Oino,?, t Bonus Systerni THANKS T?IE Relatives: of' the late? : i ' T.', G. JohInston, wish to: thank Rev: A. H.,, Edwairds, :Matron ;"Magfiiir', Sisters "and Staff' o6f Kiama District Hospital for their attenitionhanidl?ikid-: ness to Mr. Jolinston during, hiis~' ill-. ness.: Also to thank all friefids f6ir sympathy, letters and floi?al tributes ili their, receilt bereaveiient. THANKS R. and Mr's. Norinman Tate' anid fainily wish' to thaink the Matron aand staff of Kiaina District '-Iospital for the `came and `attention given; to 6...

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MILK SUPPLY At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

MILK SUPPLY At Geri'igong 'Theire was an excellent attendance of Gerringong dairy farmers at 'a meetinlg held in ,the Schdol of Arts on Wednesday' night. The meeting, had been convened by the local branches of the M.Z.D.O. and P.P.U. for the purpose, of reaching a deci sion relative to the proposed with holding of milk supplies. Mi'. J. IHI. Pottie, Prisident of the M.Z DC. 'branch, was voted .to the chair and after a good .discussion it was unanimously ' decided to with hold supplies in the event of . a strike being effected by the neces sairy authority.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER F. E. PALIN PHONE: KIAMA 82 During these difficult days, no business is more handicapped by the scarcity of' stock antd material than is the WATCH and JEWEELERY TRADE, and whilst we are looking for thie 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. . . I l 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 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 186. J. CURRY, Plumbers' Supplies. Ter ralong Street. Phone 169. 300K & DYER, Fruit and Confec* tionery. Terralong Stree...

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PROGRESS ASSOCIATION At Albion Park Rail [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION At Albion Park Rail SThe monthly meeting of the Albion Park Rail Progress Association was held on Friday night last, when over 40 members were present. CORRESPONDENCE From the P.M.G. Dept. stating that no action could be taken at present to provide better facilities at the Rail Post Office as shortage of mat erial prevented any building. It was decided to ask the Post Master, Mr. James, to provide a better letter box than the one at present in use. From Shellharbohr Council promis ing to interview the contractor re the threatment given the garbage tins SFrom the Education Dept. stating that the. school conveyance allow ance payment of, back. money had been arranged as requested, From Dr. Meyers, Medical Officer for Health, notified that the, matters raised by the Association had been passed on to the, Board of Health.,.. From the. Police. Dept. stating that action would be taken regarding the request that the whole of Telegraph road be incluided ,.in the 30 mile...

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TEA MEETING AND CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 October 1947

TEA MEETING AND CONCERT The Church of England Women's Guild helf their \annual Tea Meeting and Concert in the Parish Hall on Tuesday, 3011th September. There was a large attendance at the Tea anid an even larger crowd packed the hall to capacity for the Concert. Opening the concert proceedings, the Rector (iev~.S. A. Mainstone) welcomed those 'present, including the clergy from the Methodist arid Presbyteriain Churches at Kiama, the Congregationial, Ger'ringong and the Rector of Janiberoo (Rev. A. H. Edwards) ant"d :. their respective wives. He announced apologies from the Rural Dean (Rev. R. C. M.: Long), the Mayor and Mayoress of Kiama and ýMr. J. M. Johnston, catechist. He alto read leiters of congratula tion from Miss Laiuna Grey, who was holidaying in West. Australia and' from Mrs. A. Stevenson who had been secretary of the Guild for 25 years. The Rector welcomed the ,Vener able Archdeacon F. 0. Huhnlme Moir whom he said was one of the first chaplains to enlist in 'the recent w...

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P. P. UNION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

Deter ilnation to take Iwhatever :action isnecessary. to obtain immedc la e ipilementation e.of:: .the irtecom--e mendation 'of the M? ilk :Boaird tor a substantial 'incirease ih? ,the, piice ,of the Primay Producers' Union , 'on Wednesday last : Delegates :attended the iimeeting fr'om all sections' of the .Milk Zone. The : Geneial President. :of the 'P.P.U. (Mi. R. 0: Gibson) said thie P P. Union had written to 'the. Prem ie ias lolng ago as July 18 pointing oiit the complicated nature 'of tithe problem .which has, to be, faced if thie smooth transfer of control of milk prices frofin the Commonwealth to the States was to be effected. The chairman of the Milk Section :al Commiittee (Mi. M. J. Walker, of, Gerringong) said the concensus of opinion o.f delegates was that while they preferred to settle suchi ques tions by ,iegotiation, dairymen: were entitled to early implementation of the Milk Board's recommendation on price. Delegates considered that in view of conditionls in tie Milk...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

W7ANTED-oD'omestic I'Hell," A1p, iy Mrs. Oranna, Shoalliavei' Street, Kiania. FOR SAL-- Moivuya;Sacaline Seed 4d? poer lb, .` For, phrticflars rin'g oir ,'vrito'' W.; TICKLE, .NOWRA, Phone 130., Municipality of Sheliharbour IMPOUNDING MPOUNDED fron :,Pi'inces, Iiglih way, Oak ?-lats,' by, TIlio iding Offlcbr, .2 blak "Jersey Hefferis, abo6uit 14 mintlis, liidted W on e?aiti rumip, 1 Jersey .Co.y ,.o':. isible brand, 1 Jeirsey? i-ieioi' calf about 4 mo'iths,, unbrancled ,Aiiioilt :"due' .,to"' date -:8/'b "I iitnot clainied ,wiil bli sold at 12 nloo on THURSDA Y, 23id OCTOBER. A. JONES, Pounzdkeeper MUNIC IPALITY OF GERRINGONG TENDERS CARTAGE IENDERS are invited and will be received up to 4 p.m. on MON DAY, 27th OCTOBER for cartage,' .For. further details apply this office A. M. TREVALLION, Town Olerk. eiringong, '14/10/47. Estate of George James McMurtrie (DECEASED) OFFERS are invited for one 1926 Buick Utility Truck inhr good.,con dition,. . H' McCARTHY, Clerk of Petty Sessions' DE...

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SPRING FAIR [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

SPRING FAIR The Scots Church Women's Guild held a successful Spring Fair in the School Hall on Thursday last. Despite the fact that the weather was showery, there was a good at- tendance present. Rev:.H. H. Childs opened the Fair and thanked all the ladies for the fine work they had done in organising the afternoon and welcomed Rev. A. H. Edirards (Church of England) and Rev. R. C. Clark (Methodist). He asked Rev. S. A. Mainstone (Church of England) to open proceed ings with a prayer. A musical, programme was provid ed as follows: Overture, Mrs. A. Oakes; Songs, Miss Pauline Downton; Violin solos, Mrs. W. Graham; Recitation, Miss P. Downton. - At the conclusion of the pro gramme Rev. Childs thanked, the artists for providing such enjoyable entertainment. The following ladies were in charge -of the various stalls:-Re freshments: Mesdames T. Morrison, G. Boniface, E. Wheeldon, C. Raison, N. Carson, O. Blair, and -Misses J. and T. Brown. Cakes: Mesdames S. Cocks an( A J. Scott. Novelty...

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

RIFLE SHOOTING Kiama Rifle Club held the first stage of the Quarterly Trophy Shoot at 700 yards on Saturday last. W. Alexander and Fred Curi'y had the best scores off the rifle, record ing 95 each. W. Alexander, with his handicap .of 5, won the shoot, reach ing the limit. Following. are the scores: W. Alexander .. 48 47 51 100 A. Weston .. .... 48 45 7 100 F. Curry .. .... 46 49 3A 98. 0. Grey ........ 47 47 4, 98, 0. J. Alexander . 47. 45 5,, 971 C. Boniface .... 45 43 8 96 H: Brown .. .. ..44 44, 7T 95 S. Love .. .. .. 47 40 84 954 C. Morgan ,. . 40 42 101 92J J. Wiley .. ' .... .43 40 9 92 D. Taylor .... 38 30 22. 90,1 H. Porritt ...... 28 39 17 84

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GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

* GOLF Kiania d0olf 'Club's 18 hole Stable 6rfoid played 'n Saturday laist re-, IE Evans 14-31, W. Peck ,4-30, B. Moore 19- 29, G Conal:. 18--28, K. Olivei, 27 "25, R. Walkei' 14-24, S. Boyd 17-24, J. Briggs 24-19. GERRINGONG CLU:B Gerringong Club held an electic competition, on Saturday. foi the B. C: Miller. trophy :which resulted: R. Jones.. . . :. .. 35 11; 24 f ;:Hockaday .. ....38 12 26 Ray' ýliller ... .. 39 11 28 V. J. Walker .. .. ... 36 6 30 J. Carson.. .. .... .. 45 15 30 R. H. Miller.. ....3.... 38 8 30, Rev. H. E. Lawson. . 48 17 '31 E. W. Holt ...... .. .. 43 12 31 W. Hoclkaday .. ... 46 14 32 J. R. M. Miller . .' 47 15 32. A. Stebbing.... . .. '44 11 33 In the" Cock of the Walk competi tion the holders W. and K. Hockaday withstood a challenge by V. J. Walker and R. H. Miller.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

__________ e en esss. - * * . * . * .* a* a ** r: FOR LASTING GLAMOU.R : A FORM OF FLATTERY VIVIAN GOWN V :FOR MATERNITY FROCKS Near Railway Station-' Kiama DOUBLE .1 S CRUSHED OATS Cleaned before it is Ground *" "NEWPRO" DAIRY FOOD * "NEWPRO" LAYING MASH All grain, cleaned before it is ground, contains quantity of Lin seed Meal, no better feed ground so fine as "NEWPRO DAIRY FOOD" PRIME LUCERNE HAY NMILO MEAL KING CALF FOOD. CRACKED CORN CHICKEN MIXTURE STOCK MEAL SHELL GRIT Also in Stock Seed Maize of all varieties-Saccaline, Early Orange, Fitzroy, Hickory King, Golden Superb, and Learning Corn. WE ARE NOW BUYERS OF GOOD SOUND'CHAFF BAGS AT 16/- PER DOZEN 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 AND COOPER LOUVRES WIRELESS ANB REFRIGERATORS ) I SALES AND SERVICE Courteois Attention to Inquiries : -NEALL'S- . ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE 40 TERRA...

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CRICKET KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

CRICKET KIAMA CLUB The following players will repre sent Kiama 1st Grade against Ger ringong at Klama Showground on Saturday next, commencing at 2 p.m. K. Young, S. Warnock, R. Smith, G. Conn, N. Simmons, J. McDonald, A. Carson,. W. Longbottom, G. Car son, "A Hall, C. Raison, H. Canham (12th man). The second grade team will play Gorringong at Gerringong and will be represented by, the following: H. Canham, J. E]ast, M. Snelling, C, Molklejohn, N, McAdarm, J. Warnoek, A, Tuohy, A, James, J. Ilanigan, A, Popper, P, Popper, D, Johnstone (1lth man), Bus will leave the Post Oflice at 1.30 p.m. Captains, for, each, teami will bo chlosen befoie' play comrniences, any player-;who i unavailable please 1r l Khiania 101; Mi. W ::Wai ock has donated a trophy foh .tlhe fi's plaiyei in eitheil grade to score a century on the KiW ama 'giooul in 1 a competition match. The Kiamaa Club lhas several new, playeirs available this season'' who arc slowing exrcellent foini at. thie. nets' and should be a ...

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WORLD CHIEF GUIDE Visits Albion Park [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

WORLD CHIEF GUIDE Visits Albion Park Quite an event in the history of tis district took lilace on Monday last when the World 'Chief Guile, Lady Baden' Powell, :visited Allion Park anid attended a rally of. Scouts and Guides held on the Showgi'ound. There was a large gathering of Guides an'd Brownifes' fromin Albion park, Kiama, -Nowra, Helensburgh and Wollongong and also represent atives of the Kiama, Dapto and Al bion, Parks Scouts and Cubs. --Also present were riepresentatives of the Scouts Area Comnmittee, Albion' Park Guide Committee and district Clergymen. On arrival shortly after noon,; Lady Baden Powell was welcomed , at "a "Toadstool" by the Brownies and proceeded through a Guard of Hon our. coniposed of the standarid bear ers of each Guide Company.i Miss E. G. .Pritchard' (District Commissioner) welcomed Lady Pow ell to the divisioin and also the State Commissioner~, Ladyi Julius. * .Mrs. F. O. Moorhouse, of -Nowra Company, also added words of wel come. Mr. A. S. Hoskins we...

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FOOTBALL SOUTH COAST LEAGUE FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

FOOTBALL, SOUTH' COAST LEAGUE FINAL The'i prolonged 1947 Soutih Coast League football season was conchlud" ed on Saturday whezi Kiaia became the first 'ride pireiiers' by defeating Jaimberoo e by' 19 points ,to 5 in. the final played at Jubilee Park, Ger ringong.- The win gave Kiama, this seasoni's minlor prei'mies?' thefii third successive pi miers hip wvin The game produced a fittingtconclusion to the season, it being a veiy Iardi and fact game throughout.: /.Territorily Jniuabei'oo held an advantage thiouglh oiit and',even witlia agood shareha ' of the ballfrioi .the scuruns and iucks they.'could not finish off theirmove ments and.consequently lost scoring opportuiiities On the other hinid Kiama grasped , every,, opbpirtunity that cacae their ay and scolred sey= eral good! tries. .,Oncea agaiin the oitstanding .ability of Ray? Stead 'a. an opportunist was clearly demoin stirated in this gamie., This ,player along w'ith Frank Kinig, Bruce And rews, and Fred 'Pepper was outstand in...

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