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SERVICES RECOGNISED Tribute to Work of J. S. Haddin [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

SERVICES RECOGNISED Tribute to Work of J. S. Haddin (By E. C. Sorimerlad, M.L.C.) T ,,'pre-eminent service rendered to the dairy industry, and to agricul tural at .large, by Mi'. .". S. Haddin, was 'fittiigly recognised at a com plinientary.; dilnei'. tenderied him 'at the Carlton Hotel, Sydney. Mr. Haddin recently retired, fram the mianagemient : of the. Camden Park Estate which, under his plan n:ng anid expert, guidaiee, has be come one of the li outstanding ex amnples in?.i Aistiralia of self-contained closer 'settlement: The story of Camdeli Park, with its com?ponent units all contributing to thle coiiimoin sucpess; reads ike an agricultural romance. The ,spec ial milk. supplied 'ly the Estate" to Sydney hospitals and other discrim--. mnating users has made its int~ipact.e in another direction, and, done' much to educate the public to the advantages of modern hygienic ihethods in .the production and marketing of a super. quality guarahteed product. These are but a ;.few of, the ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JUNIOR FARMERS' At Albion Park [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

JUNIOR FARMERS' At Albion, Park A, very. pleasant, and' . profitable afternoon was :spent by the members ,of the Albion:,Park? Junior Farmers Club at;: the farm of :Mr.: Stan Thomias on Tuesday the: 7th inst., when all thdse. engaged .in ,the calf rearing project paraded their calves for the purpose::of" having them - tattooed. Mr. Cartwiight, the dist"ict Veter inary Officer, was present and ex plained to the',Juniors :the, advant ages of having their, calves treated with Strain 19, after which fourteen calves were treated by Mr. Cart wright for members of the club., Those inteirested in cattle judg ing then tried their skill on :three ot Mr. Thomas' cows after which' Mr. Theo Grey. gave a very ne demon strition on judging a dairy cow and answered- many questions asked by the boys on the finer points of judg ing. Votes of thanks ,were ,then ex tended to ,Mr. Cartwright, Mr.: Grey and, Mr.t Thomas for making the afternoon possible and the? general feeling was that not only were.thes...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

COMING EVENTS 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. Nov. 28-R.S.L. Dance, Gerringong. Dec. 5-C.W.A. Y'ger Sot DTner. TRf Dec. 31-Ki. Hos. Aux. Mile Pennies

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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MAN FOUND DEAD [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

MAN "FOUND DEAD The body 'of a man was found in .: :crib near ;the; runway of the Albioni Park Airstrip on Saturday after'noon b. two boys. The man, who had been dead about 5 days, is believed to be Philip Fran-'. cis Aston, 50a; a laibourer Who iad?, been employdd ,;on various farms picking peas. He. was identified, by the clothing he was 1weaaingi anid :by, the fact that two, fingers of his left hand had been aiplputated. Aston .is believed to be a Canad ian, with no knwn', relatives "' in N.S.W. There were, no' marks of violence on the body nori any signs of a strug gle and it has been priesunied that' , death wivas due to natural' causes.: Constable Farthing, of Albion Park, and Det. Sgt:: Marsh, of Wol-'" longong, 'were in charge of iivesti gations. The remains were buried in' Kiamia Cemetery on Monday last, Rev. M. Irish officiating.

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ILLAWARRA R.D. COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

ILLAWARRA R.D. COMMITTEE The monthly meeting of the a-bove was lheld at Milton. previouisly the menbliers had met, at Huskis? iand an inspection was mnade of.'.Cuirram bene Creek ',and also the .,harbour at Ulladulla,. Members dliscussed hairboiu' problems,' with'local fishe?r' mien.il The Cominmittee was accompan led by .Aldeiment Robinson and Buck land of the Ulladulla Municipal ICouncil and a' ineeting 'was later held at Milton. The chairman, Mr. C. Quilkey, pre sided and there was a representa 'tive attendance of delegates from 'North aiind Souith.' ' The correspondence included a notification from.the Hospitals Commission, of N.S W. that an item had been 'iilaced 'on this year 's"'draft loan vote for. the establishment of a sixty bed hospital at Nowira. The 'Education ..Departmienri, ad vised that the educational position was being investigated in its relation to the establishmenf of the Naval Air Arm base at Nowra. SThe Housing Commission' also vwrote on tle lhousing aspect of...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

l' rPERSO NA ", Mi anMd tMrs 0 .' East. Mrs .;Moad ;yas' orinerly Miss Evelyn East. rla s. i:arry Brown ot Bighton Hotelae at present on hlliday,' tou.!ng by ;car. , 'Y Mr'sf' A. "M°: Woods of GladesvIle, is staying;; a'tTaneio'o, an"J'r? ?s' tIe guest of Misr vine; Mi s' Woo ` .obA 'i.nd' ;daughlteri in lawMr 'and . Mrs. F.?; ?W. oods', are :' stayin g .at Mehose, r e , .j" iania,... . Mrs -IdaCiraig of Randwickis, at piiesentf; hl olidaying 'as ,;tlhe guest ;of MrsW"W Ciaig, of Biooughton Villag. Mr;:i and Mrs Leietonii Mitchell ?and fainIly 'of °.,Geuizftgong, areo holiday-, ing: at . Katoomba. . Mr D' GCampbell of Gerrin'gong, is 'yvisiting ,the. Fari" Nor'tli Coast National Show at+Lismore this. week.: 'Mr;.' Pand - ,P ,Clemnents ,and week-rend at Gerringong as the guest oMi an Mrs: JCarson. Miss, it1 of eerrmingoig, has returned home afteir hoiidayiig, atBolong as theguiestof herbrpother : P,. . chittick: . r. P. J`. Noble;, of Gei'riiigosg, is at plesent holidaying at Bega. I...

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

ROUNDABOUT BY "THE MAN IN THE STREET" It says much for the excellence of training showinby Bandmaster Giant of Kiama that his proteges havebeen so successful In contests held recent ly. The brilliant victories gained last week at Berry must indeed be pleasing to him. It proves that his effoi'ts aire being .well absori bed by his pupils and their' successes 'too must be gratifyfig to those persons who so generously suppiort the.' Baind. The youngsters have done rieinar?k ably well-=niore powerto their lungs. Of course the' old 'uns blow some natty .notes too. Ossie Land' Bill Alexander, Fr1ed Curry and Owen Grey should' be proud of their shooting effoirt at Anzac Range '.over Sim-Hour week end, when they .collected the Dakin Cup from the stiff opposition pro vided by 22 other teams. I noted some star names among the oppos itionl too-such as Cutler and Brain -by words .in, the Rifle ' Shooting game in the Metropolitan Area. Ossie and Fred and to a' lesser degree Owen, have long beei e...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

* - O 0" Carr YO0 ard to sait? r The cost of Government must be reduced. * Local Government is most economical. *' Many functions of Central Government can be better administered by Local Government eA Greater Local Government will. solve the growing cost of Government. The future is yours... Inserted by the Shires Association of New South Wales. L.G.8 i. " " @@was@.@@ @@@@ o.@&C.@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@"@"@"@ OWEN 'GARDNER & CO. " LICENSED AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL. COMMISSION AGENTS ,JAMBEROO.. . AGENTS FOR MOFFAT-VIRTUE LIMITED * Dlstributlng:-Milking Plants, Dairy SterilWzers, Engines, Irrigaton * SSystems, Windmills, Pumps, Electrolux, Kerosene Refrigerators etc. " THE SOUTH BRITISH INSURANCE CO. LTD. . S' Coveiring all risks i THE PRODUCERS & CITIZENS CO-OPERATIVE `ASSURANCE . ,CO. LIMITED-Life, Probate and Accident Risks etc. . SSPECIALISTS STOCK, PROPERTY & CLEARANCE SALESMEN * Licensed Cash Buyers Woo]l. Skins an...

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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

THE TIDES The fol!'qwing ties aire taken as n?, Fort Deuison, Sydney. Kiama is approxiniately 20 minutes latej'? SOCTOBER., Wednesday 15th: High 8.43 a.m.: & 9.6' p.m.; Low 2.31 a.m. & 3.1 p.nm. Thursday 16th: High 9.20 a.m. and 9.47 p.m.; Low 3.5 a.m. & 3.46 pm. Friday 17th: High 9.59 a.m. and 10.28 p.m.; Low 3.40 a.m..& 4.30'. p.m. Saturday 18th: High 10.39 a.m. & 11.10 p.m.; Low 4.i3 a.m.; & 5.17 p.m. Sunday 19th: High 11.22 a.m.; Low 4.50 a.m. and:6.8 p.m. Monday 20th: High 12.1 a.m. and 12.12 p.m.; Low 5.31 a.ni. & 7.5 p.m. Tuesday 21st: High 1 a.m. ,and 1.10 p.m.; Low 6.24 a.m. & 8.14 p.m. Wednesday 22nd: High 2.15 a.m. & 2.16 p.m.; Low 7.34 a.m. & 9.20 pm

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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

CURRENT COUPONS These ,oupons may be, used, at pi esent: TEA: 33 to 44' (33-36..expire 12th October;. 37-:40 expire 9th November; 41-44 expiru? 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).

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE At Kiama [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

S: CHAMBER OF COMMERCE At Kiama .There was only a small attend ane of members, at the nionthly' meeti of fthe above `on.'Moiday night last' : The President ( Mr. T.. . Batty? ~was; in the chahi: It' was'decled to aga wiIte to the Councii regai;ding the provision of Schoo1' afety Signs at the Fire Station and f a Loch; corners o Terralong and Collins Streets.' Also drawing attention to the ' speed ;in Terralong Street of many lorriesr in= cluding ?,those engagesi in hauinig blue. metal from the quarries to the wharfP; '.The matter, of selecting a Queen for the competition in connection with the proposed Civic Centre was deferred until next meeting. ' The President reported on action taken by ,the Chamber in conjunction with the Citizens Protest Coimmittee regarding the banking nationalisation. scheme, and a letter? was to hliand 'from Mr. Allan Fraser, M.H.R., ack nowledging the petition and tele gram and stating he was of the opinion that for the, Government to take over all the ban...

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HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY At Gerringong A meeting of the Gerringong Dis trict' Horticultural and Industrial Association was held in the School of Arts on Tuesday night when the President (Mr. A. L. Burgess), pre sided over the following:-Messirs.: R H; Miller, H. D. Bailey, H. N. Mil ler, A. W. Noble, R. Cooke, W. Johnston, and Mrs. W. Johnston and Misses A. Miller, J. Miller and E. Chittick. Apolbgies were .eceived from Mr.J. R. M. Miller and Mrs. R. H. Miller. It was decided to take ou: a rain insurance, policy for fifty points over a period of two hours during ...the afternodn of the show. Accounts amounting to £2/19/S were passed for. payment on the iion tion of Mr. H. D. Bailey and Miss A. Miller. The Secretary lpresented the fin, ancial statementi which disclosed a credit ,balance at the bank of £20/11/4. and this was adopted on the minoton of the President and Mr1 R. H. Miller. CORReSPONDENCE *From A. D. Fraser, M.P., expres sing his inability to officially open the show owing to...

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ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

ALBION PARK NEWS (From 'our: Abon Park Correspondent) SiAtliough the at"t :endance :owing to ai .heavy'stoi'ini wa, not as !1 aige as usual 'the annual Tea Meeting ,o All Saints' Chuich of iEngland Al bion Park, was neveitheless a su& cess,. both froli the social and finan cial view-point. Fou 'tables were well supplied; w th food, drinks, etc and were in charge of Mesdames J. Faulks, Senr., J. Faulks, Jni , R In skip; G. Sawitell,0 .C Slhaw, W 1Mc Barron, S. Roberts? and R ' Haz?l ton,. Misses Dawn Inskip and Myra Chapman conducted the children's ttble;' The Rector of All Saints, Rev, 1I Gee; wa Diesenit and took a keen interest in the: proceedings. In the body' of the hall ,Mrs. R. O'Gorman was in charge of a Jumble Stall and did a rioaring business. Sihe had the assistance of girls from the choii. The Church fuinds will benefit con siderably firoim this effort. After ithe tables had beefi cleared those' present went 'Into, the, hall wheie pictures 'took up 'half an hour.....

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

Suits of Distinction TAILORED BY . RALPH HARRIS 100 Terralong St. KIAMA - --------------------- BEST BY TEST FOR I . I PESTS I THOMAS ROACHE AND SONS Commercial Entemologists Specialising in White Ant and Borer Control I" Agents: Head Office: J.. McAuliffe Box 26 P.O. Jamberoo Tel. 87 Hornsby Frank Frost Phoiie Wollongong 334 JU 1529 Claude L. Knight; F.I.O. (By Exam.) OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERRALONG ST., KIAMA PHONE KIA 7 Berry visited every Wednesdavj Albion Park 1st & 3rd Tuesdavy Dapto. Mondays '7.30 to 9 j m BUY LOCKETT'S AMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. . C ý" '''i id ' ,!,',- ,. ý y ;{ ; , j ,,ý' : ""y 1 . I".' : .1 . ?. ., " , ý • , . 1? ý , , . ,- ,: "f:-.; , , ? ' "i ": , ý!:' ' . ý',:? , ' ? I'? -' ý " :r '. , , , : ¸ 1 .. .. : r l y1', ' I ' ,I " ' I' 11 ' :'? ... '..?' r ý" "1...! " r . \' . ( I!:t.:: ?'r "' ,.:' ... ?, ,' ANNUNN Slk and Cotton ' SChildren's Cotton Vests x.. y " . I.,? I,I L i, d i r " 1' '' ' , , , 'I - , ý ' ,, j'4 SLadies Cotton Pull...

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MILK STRIKE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

MILK STRIKE iAt a niainlnageent cor lttee ieet i'g ofithe :t Z DC at which 'epre 'sentuitives .o', the' ', P.P Union Milk' Sectional Cominmi ttce wei 1esent? t Sdcided to itliod uie 0T milik uni1sg the 1iii ecomihendtion thle, Milk ,,.Board ? 'i,@' an'I'.nceased iitce wa8 aDpi'oved bi tho"Gov"i e n m.lont '. J ;,r ..?T, he 'deadlhin for", th "e.withh]lim g SofrIples~.was h ;fixed' 'o to da sint''iin '1i'ioing, this mlioinliigs ,At i a, meeting .of, State' 'Cabineti i Monday lasit iwas decided to' efis te equest..fo 'n ' edim e,'di in easoe in the prce of mlki. Cab met decided t.ha't :new; ice' wouhld' operaite fromi. Novelb when -control of )rices passes from, the ,?ederal: Government to :.,the State Governmenit" SAt tl' time.of 'going to pness yes-' teiday (Tiuesday) it appetired uncei tainm that the decision to withhold" suppilies , ould bie lifor ced. Ti??h: opinioni of miost da?ifyinen was that the tril Ie would' be called' off il view' of thie fact thiat the', Goveinment would ...

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KIAMA WATER SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

mIAtIA WATER a't5; le.uat. wles I' h aHona's cat Ioeldl ML'A Tably i raueent :epi, p o seB t 'iu:l l etei neitan' tato pre oUs l sub-i wittlldhe protesal to iaugent In the *i .'provides&'|a'storagecitpacityofa locstal oublwater ply the construe tion of tchemser a ortorage i,;nou be adiequate toj meetainy tdind nat hdase occuia' investiga'tio has been 'i ama'd :water: isuppiygaid s hould: suit-y inyaul,measni he ,t e euntof tls stir' *' a gi'ea er' heigha toli , tyoh u ' person a 'reprýesentatibns on;,'bellaif o6f tlel Ki ai'iiMunally contel iliat, nnd ectio a witht. pa positiol to, faugmnili the e 6local watei 'supply by,, the:.construe-I tion of the Jerrara 'Creek MScheme. in accoidance *with; the. OounciU s destire a investigation has been 'car Sl *nt advised t1at ah g'he' iam ,is sibled ou aith iegaid to the piposail has' nceasieng te extent oreasi the stor ge gbyli tohe constuction c of a dam to a sgoreater heofight' thion g the 20o ft originally contemplated, and I am n...

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TENNIS MIXED FINAL Kiama Catholic v. Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

TENNIS MIXED FINAL Kiama Catholic v. Gerringong H. Tuohy and O. Martin (.C) v. K. Boxsell and E. Emery (G) 1-6; 'v. C..Wiggins and M. Bird 6-1. H. tCanham and W. Leathem v. C. Wiggins and M. Bird 6-3; v: K. Boxsell and E. Emery 4-6. Mrs. Flynn and. Mrs. Camrnage v. Mrs. Watson and Mrs. Niddrie 6 2. H. Tuohy and Mrs. Camrnage v. K. Boxsell and Mrs. Watson. 6-3; H.. Canhliam and Mrs. Flynn v. E..Em ery and Mrs. Niddrie 4-6; O. .Martin and Mrs. Canage v. C. Wiggins and Mrs. Watson 6-3; W. Leathemrn and Mrs. Flynn v. M. Bird and Mrs. Niddi'te 6-3. Won by Kiama Catholic, 6 sets .45 games to GOrringong 3 setqs,3 games.

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

LOCAL GOVERNMENT "Our system of government is be coining ficireaslngly compilex and; costly," wr'ites Cr. A. R. Towiinsend (President of the' Shires Association of N.S.W.), "The Statisticiains tell us that onie, employee in eveiry "fou r in Australi, is a Civil Servant--oil the public payroll. John Citizen has' to foot a huge bill 'in' taxation each year to meet the cost of public ad ministration." The counter to this is more Local Government. Administration by. local Councils is economical because the Aldermen and:.,Councillors give their time, energy and ability volun tarily. It is efficient because they know their, districts intimately. Contrast this with the-cost of'Gov ernment by highly, paid remnote offic ialdom whicli must workl to rigid rules. Cr. Townsend says that. by the delegation of additional functions to Local Government the cost of gov eminent will be reduced and greater service given. The. State cannot af ford to wait any longer for a Great er Local Governnient The ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

,In Memoram NELSON-In ,lovtig meuieory of , our dear daughter, Shiiley. Dawnli who passed away 134th October, 1944. With tears we ivatched you sinlking, We atchlied you' pass away, We tendedl you with fondes care , But could nou make yo.u stay. Wg watched bside you' bedside'. As the lonely lioutirs pass'ed, A':L how, .our hearts ;were broken t When we saw ,ou breathe your last. - -Inserted by iier loving Mother and 1 athner NELSON fin lovirig meinoiv of our Sdear sisteir;, Slifley' Dawn, who passed away 14th October, 1944 Deep in, our hearts ai memory is kept Of owb' deai sfistei only lent, Il-appy and smiling, .always content Loved by ,'all wherevei she: went. -Insertedd' by her lov?ng brother and sisters Harry Majron; Judith. " NELSON-,In loving memory of. ouri' dear sister, Shh'iley ,iiWn, who passed away .14th Octoberi, 1944. Thelie midniglht stairs are: shining, On' a grave not far away, Where we laid one 'of our- treasures, Just three:,'years from' to -day.: -Inserted by hei? ...

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CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947

CHURCJ SERV ICES ON SUNDAY NEXT CHURCH OF ENGLAND--Kiania 7.,45 a.m, ((H0), 11 am.n (MP'), 7..30 p.m. (EP); Foxground 10 a.m. (HO); Gerringong 11.15 a.m, (HO);'7.30 p.nm. (EP)-Rev. S. A. Mainstone, Rectoir; CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Albioi Park 7.15 p.m. (EP)-Rev. T. Geo, Rector. .CHURCH. OF. ENGLArD?l-Ja"mbe? roo 11 : am. (MP); Shellhairbour 7, p.m. (EP)-Rev. A. : H.'Edwai:ds,' Rector. ME;THODIST--K iama, 1015 `, a5mi Mi'. KAtAGorrel i7,,p.m. ',Rev R . Claik (Young Peoples Siervipe); et ringong 11:15 ami;Mr T: Ellerig tolii Shellharbodi' i 15i a.n.Mi.M ' JRussell; Jambeioo 11'15 aim (Su d0y' School Annlveisaiy)- -Rev. , R'.: C. Clark. . PRESBYTERIAN-Kianima 10 i.m: and 7.30 p:m .; Jafiliei0oo 11~30 a.ni. Minnaminurra 3 p ain Redv H: H Childs: CONGREGATIONAL-Gerringong 11 a.ni. nd 7.8 pInm Rev III. EI Lawson. +

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