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BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947
BOWLS Kiama Bowling Club Rink ganmes resulted: N. Simmons, E. Paliln, M, Cran na, P. Tarbort 28 v. C. MIilkloJohn, J. Kelahor, J, Cope, R. Batty 20. H, Parsons, J, Jarrott 27 v, 1, Wilson, R, Fryor 24, R, 'iCingdofn, F. Qoudd 22 v, J, King, 1, Popplowell 17,
GERRINGONG COW Outstanding Achievement [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947
GERRINGONG COW Outstanding Achievement The Gerringong district can feel justly proud of the excellent per forniance,. of an Australi' n Illa warra Shorthorn cow reared by a local Junior Farmer. This cow has joined the select band to Produce 1000 lb of commei'cial butter in 12 niorths in N.S.W. The cow, Alne Bank Buttercup 43ird, is in her 10th year and is owned by Mr. G. T. Chit tick, the-well-known stud breeder, of Gerringong. The 'ow's figures foi' 365 days, were.:-20,947 lb milk with an averi age content of 3.7 per cent butter fat yielding 1008.3 lb of commeicial butter.
YOUNGER SET BALL At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947
YOUNGER SET BALL At Jamberoo The. Jamberoo Younger Set held their first Ball on Friday, 19th Sep tember which was a great success, half the' proceeds going to the Food for Britain Appeal. The hall was decorated with streamers, peach blossom and vwis teria by members of the Club, and helpers. The music was supplied by Don Addison's Orchestr:a, and extras were played by Miss Isabel Walker. Mr. Neil Parker was in the ticket office and Messrs. Ron McGarry and B. Hogan acted as M'sC. The doorkeepers were Messrs. R. Tolley, J. Irvine and D. King. During the evening Monte Carlo's weire held and these were won by Miss Gladys. Jones and partner, and Miss Shirley Flynn and partner. Mrs. B. A. Stephen and Sister Pow ell acted as judges of the Fancy Dress and the following were prize winners: Prettiest costume: Miss Naomi Thorpe (Egyptian Princess) 1st; Miss Francis Murphy (Skater) 2nd. Best Pair: Misses Shirley Rogan and Vera Pearson (Spanish Couple) 1st; Misses Natalie Hillman and Muriel Pryo...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947
LOCAL & GENERAI See "Illawarra Sales" next to Illawarra Hotel, 88-90 Keira Sti eet, Wollongrotig, if you wish to buy, or sell a car. The Ball to have been held by the Albion Park Parents and Citizens Association on 24th October, has been postponed until the, New Year as the Association has- been unable to make suitable catering arrange ments.'.
KIAMA SURF CLUB Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947
KIAMA SURF CLUB Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Kiama Surf Club was held in the Club houses on Tuesday night last. Mr. L. Meredith was voted to the chair and there were also present Messrs. P. Marley, R. Scott, A. Ziems, H. Tuohy, Jim Gannon, W. Burton, A. Gannon, R. Stead and A. Weston. SAn apology was received from Mr. C. Nance. ANNUAL REPORT The Secretary (Mr. 'A. Weston) presented the. annual report as fol lows: "During the past year the club did not function as'fully as the previous year. No major rescue had to be effected due to the watchfulness of members. Two new reels. complete with lines and belts were purchased at a cost of £42 and will make the clubs equipment the equal of most clubs on the coast. "Members attended the Shellhar bour Clubs first 'carnival, which was most 'successful despite a very cold wind. Kiama's team was small, due largely to the weather and they were not successful in any event. "Representatives of the club niet the Works Committee of Kiania...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947
D 1 That is at. We ds We.giv careful and gooipt lBS 0 phoned orders so that ctasomes m, get the most out of this convenmns. We save you dsappointmsnt h hispi. eur stocks complete to mest " e / quireen?. Ju.t a tinkle and wm -at elw sarvice. Asc 2471' . J. DAVIES STOREKEEPER Phone 138 NORTH KIAMA KIAMA. D. HUGHES, CHEMIST Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMIST THAT SF-RVES' YOU' BEST PHONE MAD IA FOR DELIVERY S ERVICE ++ +++SELDON. COCKS?++ PHONE: Kiama 67. ': WIDEST RANGE OF STOCIS AT CITY PRICES i ,O+w. HUGH?s, CHEMIST+ ! ~Terralong Street,. KIAMA •? ( L +TH.E CHEMIST THA'T SERVES+YOU' BEST ".' Use Hughes' Pharmacy Service for * Prescriptions Promptly and Accurately Dispensed. * Proprietary Medicines-Wide Assortnient of Stocks. * Photographic Goode-Film (on quota), Developing & Printing. * Cosmetics and Toilet Requisites-Best Brands Available * Veterinary Medicines-Veterinary Prescriptions Dispensed. INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS INTERNATIONAL THE full range includes utilities, light, ...
GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947
GENERAL Mr. H. Tuohy said that the head master of the Kiama School wanted to buy 70 feet of surf line and Mes srs. A. Ziems and Tuohy moved that 70 feet be given to the school. Messrs. A. Weston and R. Stead moved that a new rose be installed on the shower and the broken tap be taken off 'and the pipe plugged. It was decided to ask Mr. R. Baker to repair the guttering. Messrs. R. Scott and R. Stead.mov ed . that the wireless set be over hauled. , Messrs. Tuohy and Burton moved that monthly meetings be held on the second. Tuesday, in each month. Messrs. Weston and Marley mov ed that the medical outfit be brought up to scratch. Messrs. Tuohy and Scott moved that the old Speedo costumes be sold to active members at a price of 7/-, It was decided to form a" Bronze Examination squad and all intending inembeis atre asked to contact the instructors, 'Messrs. R. Stead and R. Scott.
METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947
METHODIST CHURCH Sunday next Jaminberoo Sunday School will hold its anniversary ser Vlce. Through the past weeks the scholars have been prepai'ing for this funiction and the prizes will be distributed at 'the close of the ser vice. In the evening Kiama . will hold its Young People's Service at 7 p.m. Arrangements have been made for .the young people to assist in thes service. During the singing of* a well-knowh hymn, the lights will be lowered and a torch will send its rays upon The Cross. The address will be given by Rev. R.'C.. Clark.
WEDDING SOUTHWELL—McKINNON [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 15 October 1947
WEDDING SOUTHWELL—McKINNON &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A very pretty wedding was cele- brated in the Scots Church, Kiama, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; on Saturday last, when Norma Laur-ice, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McKinnon, of Manning Street, Kiama was married to Mr. Trevor Brookes Southwell, only son &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Southwell, Public School, Jamberoo. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Rev. H. H. Childs officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a &nbsp; frock of off-white silver lame with a &nbsp; &nbsp; finger length embroidered silk tulle &nbsp; veil. She carried a bouquet of &nbsp; &nbsp; orchids, carnations, stock and Lily of the Valley. The bride's sister, Mrs. Betty &nbsp; Shipp, was Matron o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 October 1947
HA.M. SULLIVAN MANNING STREET, KIAMA 2 LNEWSAGENT, STATIONER, SHEPHERD'S SEEDS Depot for S NUSYSTEM LAUNDRY'AND DRY CLEANING Deliveries Mondays and Thursdays-SATISFACTION ASSURED UCERNEHAT CHOICE NEW SEASON-FAIRLY DRY £8/5/0 PER TON KIAMA "NEWPRO" DAIRY FOOD, MILO, STOCK MEAL, CRUSHED OATS, OATEN CHAFF, WHEATEN, LAYING MASH, GROWING MASH, ,.BATTERY MASH, KING CALF FOOD, CRACKED CORN, CHICKEN MIXTURE, WHEAT Molasses in 4 gallon and 44 gallon .,Drums GYPROCK and CANEITE BUILDING MATERIALS IN ALL SIZES TULLOCHS STEEL SHOVELS, BUTTER CHURNS, RLASTIC HOSES, REAPING HOOKS, BASS BROOMS, CAN BRUSHES AND STAPLES 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 AND REFRIGERATORS SALES AND SERVICE Courteous Attention to Inquiries I ROBERTS KIAMA - - --- - - -- Phone 60 NEALL'S ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE 40 TERRALONG STREET, KiAMA SUPPLIE...
KIAMA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 October 1947
KIAMA COIURT OF PETTYSESSIONS Mr. R. Hardwicke, S.M., had a sub stantial :list to cover at tlihe sittiig; of Kiama Court of Petty Sessions:'on Wednesday last. A defendant whol pleaded" guilt. .to carrying a pillion passengeir oni, his ,;motor cycle whilst .thlie holderi of an original license was' flied 1-:4/6 with 5/6 "coats Another' defendaint pleaded iguilty' to a charge of not repoiting an acci "dent, within, 24 .,honi~s ;;Police ;,evid ence was that defendant's truck' collided with a tiee aind tvo peiýsons weire injured T?ie accident was not ,reported` to' thea Police.' wvithin 24 hours. Defendant said .he did' not :have great oppoitunity to"ieport the acci daent. ` The' accident occuned ."at '1 'a.i. on Sunday inoirniig Afteri the injuired had been' attended to. it was a:ni.: and he considered no police 'na::i would ?welcome beiiig called: out ,"f bed at that time .to rieceive "a re port of an ' accident. Defendanit stated he ?had to' conun mce 'work of ao viial natuire at 7 a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 October 1947
GOOD -BYE MR. FRASER Many of your former supporters in Eden-Monaro will not be voting,, for you at the next Election. Thousands who trusted Labour have .'now realized, for the first time, that the Australian Labour Party really is a Socialist Party - pledged to the sociali- ' sation of everything; properties, farms, Sfactories, businesses, professions. S Whatever Mr. Chifley may say, the people know, and,' Mr. Fraser, you know, that when they voted for you they did not vote for the introduction of socialisa tion in Australia! They did not sign what Mr. Dedman calls "a blank cheque". It is just possible that, if your Party grants a referendum on the nationali sation of banking, you may retrieve sonie of the support you have forfeited. Other Vwise - it's certainly "gpod-bye" to you, ' Mr. Fraser. Authorised by E. J. MUNRO, General Secretary AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY PARTY 42 Bridge Street, Sydney Suits of Distinction TAILORED BY RALPH HARRIS 1:100 Terralong St. KIAMA
SCHOOL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 October 1947
SCHOOL NOTES I' 'I :--- BY "PREFECT" - * We wish to thank Kiama Surf Club for their donation of used surf reel rop, for our flagstaff, and Judith Her ford. for donation of books for our Libr'ary. Any suitable book con tributions will be gratefully accepted. Every home.has a iumber df books which are not used for years,, and which would give pleasure and pro fit to many \youngsters, if placed in the School Library. Donatibns will be thankfully acknowledged through: this column. The marble season is with us again with the memories of "tors," mibs, knuckle down, blood alleys,, bottle oes, etc., and careless spirits still drop the bag in the class-room and pay the old )ienalty of confiscation for a few days. Our thanks to Mr: Bill Neall for his very generous donation of a cricket bat for the'coming season.c This fine gesture: is much appreci ated. Another subject to be introduced in the New Year is Technical Draw lug. This, with woodwork, physics and chemistry will present a parallel co...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 October 1947
IIHURCH SERVICE ON SUNDAY NEXT CHURCH OF ENGLAN D-Kiama 7,,'45 mh ., m1(HO),; 1 .1 a.in:(MP); ";7.;3,' li 10. (Ep ;?) I; ?xg,!i :1ond10 an? (iH? ) Gerinigoing'i 15 a i'm(IHO)', 7.30 vP'ni (7P);-Rev' S A. Mainstond>Reotdri CHURCH'OF: ENGLA'ND- A1bion 'Park;" 7;16 p m (EP)-Rev;,,' . .Gen,`' Rector. . r SCHURCH OFI ENGLAND-Jamb,-: '1o 1.i. (MP)" Sheliharbour ' i).in. ' (BP) -Rev A H,'Edas;' Itectori I+y t. METHODIST--Klama . i,31)5VP,.a; Mr. A.: A. Gorreli; 7pm 'i ev Ri ?.: Ollaii (You ig Peo les Syeiicie) LGei ton; nShellghaibouii, i '1 a i;Mr. MiN. ]iussell;, Jaliberoo 1:165 a'iiim. (Sun day School iAiAiveiary) ?liev.R C. Claik. '. , PRESBYTERIAN Kiama 10 a.ni. anid 7!:30'1 pmi; Jafibeioo ,11,30bain. " MIiiinuri'3?r 3 pini Rev IH H Child's. CONGREGATIONAL-Gerriiigbn Sai : anii'd :7.30 i.ni.lRe H. [EI
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 October 1947
9 1 hnat is all W d, , s We giv careful and ps~p smdw / phoned orders a that culomeui ag go the most dao of "hi convynWs"e. We save you disappointt Wyu aur stocks complete b Ei Wry .. qwrermen? Just a tinkle ad w,'m Ui a r pi servce. Asc 247 P. J. DAVIES STOREKEEPER Phone 138 NORTH KIAMA ,_ .. ...m _ 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 & Printing. * Cosmetics and Toilet Requisites-Best Brands Available * Veterinary Medicines--Veterinaiy Prescriptions Dispensed. ....- ?0r2?,¢ : 2Og B. JENKINS, PALACE STORE, KIAMA Springtime is Replenishing Time. For Curtains, Blinds, Floormats & Runners a = 27 inch Striped Jute Hall Runner 7/6 yd. -a a, w 27 inch St...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 October 1947
IIn Memoiiami MARSDEN In loving' .menmory :o? our dear' fathei, George Albeit ,vho lipassed away 18th October, 1943:,,. God alone knlows hlow we miss you dear dad, As&4it dawns another year -tiiseited, by hIis loving children Ai~, Ivy,,AllIIau, Edie;and JTim,. MIARSDEN-=In loving memiory of So.. dear' father, .George Albert, w1ho departed,;,this .'life '18thl October;, 1943. We know 'hiow muich you .suffer ed, , Aind did iiolisee you die; ,We. only lknoiv you passed away, And nievei said .good-bye. -Inserted -by lisl loving son:- Allanu and? daughter-in-law Jessie . JARSDEN I ftond anid loving miem oi'y of our dear fatheri and. grand 'father;, George Albert, .who passed away 18th October, 1943. . Dei er to its than word can tell, Is ithe one we loved and lost so well We miss you dad and always will, But in our hearts you: are with us still. --Ever-remembered by his loving daughlitcr Amy, son- ii-law. Arch and grandchildrecn Billy, .Fraik, Jack, Ray ,Edith, June, Mavis and Jo...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 October 1947
CRICKET The following are the teams to represent Albion Park against Jam beroo to-day (Saturday). ' The firsts play at, Albion Park and the seconds at. Jamberoo. First Grade-E. Guthrie, N. Wil son, A. O'Keefe, K. Hickey, IH. Pearson, K. Anderson, W. Parnell (Capt), R. Hamilton, G. Raftery, A. Dennis, W. Raftery, W. Stanford (12th man). Second Grade-J. Sharp, A. Green, K. Chi6tick, R. Sawtell, B. Mclnerney, J. Willis, T. King (Capt), J. Gear, N. Albert;, Des King, , D. Rowan, N. Lamerton (12th man). .
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 October 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL The attention of persons troubled with white ants and other insect pests is. dravn to the advertisement ii this issue, by Messrs. A. N. T. Johnson, who will be visiting, this district within the next fortnight. The P.M.G. Staff have completed the job of replacing the- faces of the Post Office Clock and it is now working again, keeping good time, Recently the Geri'ingong Public School hed\d an Egg Day Appeal for the Kiama District Hospital and it resulted in thirty-three dozen being contributed by' the children. Due to pressure on our space we have had to hold over a report of the Church of England Flower Show at Jamberoo until next issue. Efforts are being made to form a .2/Sth Battalion Association. Those' eligible to join are members of the 2/8th .Battalion and ' 19th Brigade Group of the A.I.F. Anyone interest ed should send their name, number and address to W. L. B. Watt, 7 Saunders St., Coburg West,. N 13, Melbourne. See "Illawarra Sales?"? next to Illaw...
ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 October 1947
ALBION PARK -NEWS (From our Albion Park . Correspondent) It is often said that ti'oubles never come singly. In Mr. M. Walsh's case it appairently is true for 'on Tuesday his son Douglas entered Wollongong District Hospital to un dergo an operation and on Friday his son Peter enters it to undergo treatment for trouble brought on when he had infantile paralysis. We trust both young men will recover speedily. The formation of a tennis club at Albion Park Rail is now assured as Mr. Roy Timbs has -glven the use of the court on his property free. A working bee is to be held to put the court in order and play is expected to commence soon. Mrs. Wes. Green has donated a number of packs of cards, games etc to the Albion, Park Rail Progress Association to help them in their evenings. These gifts are much alp preciated by members and are sure to be used 'xtensively. A large crowd attended the Euchre Party and games evening held at Albion Park Rail on Friday, 10th inst. to raise funds for the "J...