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KIAMA A. & H. SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
KIAMA A. & H. SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Meeting of the Kiama A. & H.. Society was held in the Church of England Hall on Wednes day night last when the President, MMr. 0. G. Sharp'e,, presided and there was a good attendance present. An apology was received front Mr. 0'. K. East. The President welcomed Mr. G.' F. Shirley, of Penrith, who was pre .sent to shdw his films of Illawarra. A motioii of condolence was moved by the President 'to Mr. W. G. Walker in the passinig of ,his mother, Mrs. R.. Knight in the loss of her, hus band, Mr. 'J. D. Hoigani whose li'other hiad died and 'to M. D. A. ,Nelson, who had lost his son. The mnotion was carried with all present stand ing. ANNUAL REPORT The Anntual Report was presented by Mr. R. Fryer, as follows .- "During the peiod under, review much' useful and constructive work' 'has been /done particularly as re gards the Showground, and with the completion' of the Trotting Track, Kiama now has a!ground sec ond to ,none ini...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
, .r . . • r r . '.. N r rw n r .. . r n r r r r r r r wr r rrrrrr r r r ||r " 1 MANNING STREET, KIAMA. d* I WRM .. . . CLO THING . FOR THESE COLD DAYS MEN'S DRESSING GOWNS In Heavy Wool Material ' We have a large range to choose from, MODERATELY PRICED '1' MEN'S WOOLLEN UNDERWEAR .,We stock only the best makes including Golden Fleece, Morleys, Lincoln Mills, etc. 'a? MEN'S SPORTS COATS We have new stocks of the latest makes in assorted colours FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS We have large stocks of Good Quality Pyjamas in all sizes, 13 coupons pair. Also a good line of woollen Pyjamas in English Cloth only. 8 coupons pair. FOOTBALL BOOTS, SHORTS, SOX, ETC. We have good stocks of all these lines P m Call and Inspect them. ' a AT C.I V. ZIEMS MANNING STREET TELEPHONE 167T . . KIAMA E a C~. ZIEMS , a Claude L. Knight, F.I.O. (By Exam.) OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERRALONG ST., KIAMA PHONE KIA 7. Berry visited every Wednesday. Albion Park e1st & 3rd Tuesdays Dapto, Mondays 7.30 to 9 p....
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
THE TIDES The following times are taken as at Forf Denison, Sydney. Kiama is approximately 20 minutes later: APRIL Sunday, 27th: High 12.45 a.m. and. 1.56 p.m.; Low 7.45 a.m. and 7.18 p.m. Monday, 28th: High 1.55 a.m. and 3.16 p.m.; Low 9 a.m. and 8.40 p.m. Tuesday, 29th: High 3.10 a.m. and 4.26 p.m.; Low\v 10.9 a.m. aind 10.' p.,m. Wednesday, 30th: High 4.21 a.m. and 5.24 p.m.; Low. '11.6 aim. and 11.10 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These coupons may be used at present:-' TEA-9-20 (9-12 expire April 27' 13-16 expire, May 25; 17-20 expire June 22). New coupons 21-24 avail abl, April 28. . SUGAR-?s9-S10 (expire: July 20) .' New coujpons 'S11-S12 available April . 28. BUTTER-13-15 (expire.April 27). New coupons 16818 -available,, April,. 28. MEAT-Black 29-35, Green 33-39'',: (expirei Apiril 27). New' coupons Black 36-39, Green 41 anc 43 avail-' able Apiril 28. \CLOTHING-Z57-112 and 1- .1 (1947). Z57-112 expire June 30. PETROL--Feb-March issue closes country 'post offices? and Fuel Board, March 29. 'Coupo0s have double face,, value. All pink special food coupons:,, 1945-46, 'will remain current until' ' June 30, 1947.
21st BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
y 21st BIRTHDAY Oii. Thursday night :last several fricnds of Miss Laurel Walker tend eried her 'a surprise paity oni thd oc casion of her 21st birthday. T he e?,,vening 'was spent, with daincing, singing and games. :, :Miss Walker received many useftiul in' esents: An lIndependent is not allowed, to attend ,any pairty meetings aind t theriefoire has nio sa ?in consti uctiv e political policy. VOTE BUSH LIB 1?RAL CANI1DATE SOUTH COAST -IIH. Reeve; Canmpaign Organiser.i
KIAMA DISQUALIFIED FROM YOUNG CUP Berry to play Gerringong in Final [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
KIAMA DISQUALIFIED FROM YOUNG CUP, Berry to play Gerringong in Final .H ,The 'final of the S.C.R.F., League Young Cupli will be . played ýat Kiaif a toy-day. (Satuiday) b'etween' Gei'riiin gong. and Berry. At a iimeeting of ,the Southli'Coast League on Thiurd'ay: night' at 'Beiry, tlie, matches 'won by ' Kiania .Club were taken froii them owing to the fact that one :of their' players wvas~ inelegibie to.' pay ' Nowraa the team whom: they: defeated in, :the first round could: not be given the gamie because .they too played aft inelegible mani. Therefore: 'Berry who "Kiamnia defeated in the second irouihd,. automatidally become the finalist, to play ;Gerringong. The. teami' to represent Gerriigong is as: follows: N. Love, J. :Sharpe, N: Miller' (Carpt.), B. Miller, C,.0 Sharpe, K. Johnson, T. Quinn, J. Cironin, J. Rutledge, R. Graham, K. Miller, D., Sharpe, W. Miller; V: O'Sullivan. (One to be oniitted) 'Bus leaves at". 2 p.m;. Referee, J, O'Keefe, Linlesimen,' R. Harris and H. Rutled...
JAMBEROO PROGRES ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
.JAMBEROO.-. PROGRES ASSN. The monthly meeting of the Jam beroo Progress :Association,, was held in the School of Arts on Mon day, 14th, inst., when :the. Piesident, Mr. J. Dorahy, occupied the chair. ; The.Secretary reported that 'they had no6treceived a reply to, their letter to Jamberoo Council as the Town Clerk: was on holidays. Ald. H., Colley, .present ,,at: he As sociation's invitation, stated repairs to the Kiama Road would be, done by the Department of Main Roads. Council had also decided .to clean up the tip as suggested:. Only one swing had been ordered due 'to the high cost of such equipmenet. Ald. Colley, then outlined 'his' .views on town planning and outlined whal had been decided tupon to carry out; The Chairman, in thanking Aid. Colley, said it was incorrect: to'sug gest that the Association was try ing to dictate to Council. SAid. Colley, in .reply, said the, Council would welcome suggestions by the Association. ' Messrs. BBooth and Wilson, of the Albion ,Parlk Rai...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
PERSONAL j MIr.: and Mrs. IL. J. Jenkins,, of Ki amnia ,Alibuilance Station,, are,?at Dre sent spending their, annual' holidays on i a campiing tohi.,' o' the fair? South dCoast aind Tablielanids? ,? On Moniiday Uiglit last, Inspector KI. Bilssett and Motor' Offilcer Camp iell ;visited, Kiamia Fire Briigade and afteir i.irpection o'f the Brigade and Statio expressed themselves as. be ing "very satisfied.'
OBITUARY MRS. EDNA JOYCE HOCKEY 26 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
OBITUARY MRS. EDNA JOYCE HOCKEY 26 YEARS Tile sudden passing of Mrs. Edpa Joyce Hockey, of Shellharbour, on Saturday last came. as a shock to, her many friends in Shellharbour. She recently underwent an opera tion for appendicitis' 'iti'. Wollonv gong Hospital, after which complicai tions developed. * A member of Shellharbour Tennis Club, her happy disposition made her popular with all with whoim she came in contact. Her bassing at the early age of 26 will be much re gretted and sincere sympathy is ex tended to ,her husband Mr. Allan Edward Hockey and her three young children in their bereaveinent. Sympathy is also extended to her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Beazley and to her brothers, James, William and Albert and her sister Edith. The funeral took place on Sun day last at the Shellharbour Ceme tery after a service at St. Paul's Church of England, Shellharbour, conducted by the Rector, Rev. A. H. Edwards. Messrs. W. Beazley, A. Beazley, J. Beazley, J. Heron, W. Heron, an...
STRAIN 19 VACCINE Proves Successful [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
STRAIN 19 VACCINE Proves Successful Considerable success has attended the caminpaign conducted by the Vic torian Department of Agricultiure for the control of contagious abortion in tattle by. vaccination with Strain .19 .lie 'Minister for Agriculture (Mr. McKenzie) said that since Septem ber, 1943, some 45,000; head of c'attle, mostly heifer calves,, in approxim ately 1400 herds. had been vaccinated with Strain 19 vaccine by officers of the Live Stock Division of the De partment. The use of vaccine had reduced the. incidence of abortions in first and second calvers to 3.5 per cent as compaifed with approximately :36 per cent in simhnilar groups of un vaccinated cattle. Moreover, blood tests from abort Sing vaccinated cattle had shown that the abortion in a high percentage of eases was due to caumes other than an infection with brucella abortus. The undoubted success in the con trol of the disease which has result ed from the vaccination with Strain 19 vaccine, added Mr. McKenzie, h...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL Mir. Cross has 'kindly offered to screen the "'Victory March" held re cently In London at the conclusion of the Anizac' Memorial Service on Sunday afternoodn, 27th, which is a very fine gesture? Mr. Allan Fraser, M.H.R., will be present at the Diggers Re-union n~oko to night (Saturday) and Mr. I'. Fowles, M.L A., will come -1 ,oss from the tablelands after ad-' dressing meetings that night, so' that he may be present at the Anzac Commemnioration Service on. the Sunday afternoon.
COLLECTOR OF LISTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
COLLECTOR OF LISTS ,Attenion:is drawn it to ,an advort iseinent. appearing in this issue whel'.e the Kiaina,, Mudicipal Councill is iilviting applications fr'om ierisoins caliabie of collectiiig the list of elec tors and ratepayers for the :,Mimi cipality. : Applicants 'are required to. state ~renimuneration required.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
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UNUSUAL CAPTURE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 April 1947
UNUSUAL CAPTURE Troubled, lately with some animal scratching 'in, his ,.garden, a resident of, Kiaina, within 200 yards of the Shoppitg Centre, set a rabbit-trap in', a "run-way" which aipeaired to have, beeni? made by a rabbit through a hole in, the fence. Imagine his surprise when next day he found he had caughlit: the de= spoiler of his garden-a bandicoot. When your daii 'y produde lay i'ot taing in ,the holds of ships in Syd nye Halbourt, what did yofir G?vern- ment do? Nothing. Chdnge.; your Gov0rniiient: on. 3i'd' :May:,. VOTE' BUSH SOUTH ,COAST.-H. Reev?, Campaign' Organiser.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 April 1947
??SE NEW SASON' S .1G' 0 0 GOODS inch WOOL FROCKINGS 36 inch SATIN BACK CREPES '*,",." 0S t , 36 inch WHITE FIGURED SATIN 40 'inch LINGERIE SATINS ; . , (Colours-Pink, Blue, Apricot, Oyster) LADIES ALL WOOL CARDIGANS-18/11 (No Coupons-Special Value) : LADIES COTTON & SILK FROCKS S"(All Sizes) L ADIES SKIN GLOVES " .LADIES CHENILLE HOUSE ~ 'GOWNS * Specials in Short Supply Elastic Knitting Needles '" ,. * Knitting Wools T. Ladies Head Scarves T. R. BATTY ' " GENERAL DRAPER & MERCER TERRALONG STREET :, KIAMA " Phone; 179 KIAMAMOTOR WORKS pTY. LTD. ;. . .. .... :.::.?:.'::ý::?? X 7 6 cz's:(plus Sales Tax) I s Without doubt, again the most beautiful thing on wheels. Look at the long low streamlined body by Holden and the new chromium-barred radiator that's modernity itself. Sit behind the wheel and test for yourself the cradling restfulness of deep sprung seats and you know that here are new standards of comfort and roominess. . . Pontiac's engineering' advancements make...
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 April 1947
RIFLE SHOOTING Kiama Club held. their monthly shoot on Saturday last which was won by Ken, Boniface" with a. 42 off the rifle. A handicap of 8 just gave 14im the limit. Scores: K. Boniface ...... 42 8 50 A. Hall .. ..... 43 6J 49J H. Brown .... .. 44 5J 49J L. 'Boniface . . 43 5~ 4'8 0. Grey .. . '.... 45 3h 481 W: Alexander . . 45 3 486 D. Wilson ........ .44 . 4. 481 Ted Hardy .... ... .43 51 481 A. Weston ........ .44 4 48 F. Curry .... .. . . 46 1 47h C. Boniface .. .. ..42 4J 46i C. Morgan ...... .. 39 7h 46J 0. J. Alexander .... 41 3, 4414 F. Hardy .... .. .. 33 101 43. G. Boniface. ........ 36 71 43i R. Stead .. .. .. .. 32 9 41 F. Hanigan .... .. . 31 101 41J In conjunction a match was fired between the Kiama Cricket Club and 'the Rifle Club. Jack Pinkstone put 6n a good shott for the Cricketers scoring 45 off the rifle. Scores- . CRICKET CLUB J. Pinkstone ,I5, A. Hall 43, N. Simmons 42, A. Carson 42, S. Warn ock 37, M. Snelling 34, K. Young 29, J. Warnock 26, C. Raison 22. ...
YOUNG CUP FINAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 April 1947
YOUNG CUP FINAL The final of the Young Cup con- petition played, on Kiama Show ground on Saturday last was won by Bc-rry Club by 2 to nil. The miatch was a poor exhibition .f football, partly due to the fact that heavy rain, ~which fell shortly. before :the game commenced, made the ground very,-greasy and the ball ha id to handle. Berry opened the. scoring soon after, the kick-off when fullback A. Watts scored.,froni a penalty. Play was very even, for ,'a time near' half-way. Gongs worked play to Berry's 25 and Keith Johnson shot through for an intercept but was dropped just short of the line and Berry cleared to halfway. Half time al'rived WVithout further altera tion in the scores. On. resuming, Gerringong rushed play to Berry's' 25 but Berry clearedl arid the Gongs again attacked and were awawarded a penalty right ill front of the ,goal iut. '. Love failed to lift the ball. Berry attacked and took play into Gongs half but Johlison again shot through but failed to make the line. B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 30 April 1947
3e Albury Electorate: D. G. Ashburnham Electorate: Bathurst Electorate: W. Dubbo Electorate: 0. I., Gloucester Electorate: As Padman, grazier, Liberal J. Oockram, age. 31, . R. L'Estrange,- age 33, Cook, produce merchant, M. Borthwick, age 32, and Countr y Partie s' garage proprieto r, of solicitor, lives at Blayney. lives at Blayney. solicitor, lives at Forster, tandidate. Eugowra, ex-serviceman. NJ SGoulburn Electorate; W. Hamilton Electorate: R. Bladwell, age 40, far- O. C. Newton, age 52 mer, Liberal and Country newsagent, lives a? Parties' candidate. Adamstown. The Ron. VERNON TREATT, M.M., K.C., M.L.A. LEADER OF THE N.S.W. LIBERAL PARTY Hawkesbury Electorate: Illawarra Electorate: N. B. S. L. Deane, age 28, W. Carey, age 3/, dairy farmer, lives at Free- farmer, lives at Redleaf, mason's Reach. Exeter. ... .. ..ii? N ....,.j Lachlan Electorate: D. Maitland Electorate. W. Monaro Electorate: W. J. Nepean Electorate" J. Newcastle Electorate: T. M. Clifton, age 28, stock A. H. Howa...