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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 22 October 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL In the report in a recent issue of the visit of Lady Baden Powell to Albion Park, ,it was stated that luucheon was provided by the Red ('ross. This was. an .error, as the Albion Park Guide Association was ini charge of the catering. Se~ "Illawarra. Sales" next to illawarra Hotel,, 88-90 Keira Street, \Vollongong, if you wish to buy or sell a car. Due to the indisposition of , our linotype opeirator, we had 'to make thle "deadline" for the receipt. 6f ''oly for. advelrtisements 9 a.m. yes 'erday (Tuesday) instead of the Usual time of 12 noon. No doubt this will cause some inconvenience to advertisers, but in the circum stances, it was unavoidable, and we hope that they wi?l accept our ,apol- ; Ogies for any. inconvenience caused;
SECOND GRADE Kiama v Gerringong. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 22 October 1947
SECOND GRADE Kiama v Gerringong., Kiafia and Gerringoug have got off to a very even start in their match commenced at Gerringong'on Satur day last. When stumps were drawn Kiama were one run ahead on the first innings. KIAMA 1st Innings - Ii. Canham run out ..'.... .. 4 J. Warnock. b R. 'Graham .... 60 J. East b M. Parrish .. ...... A, McAdam b Mi. Parrish .. 2 AI. Snelling b M. Parrish ., .. 3 A. Pepper .c J. Miller b R Graham 6 A. James"b R. Graham .. .. .. 0 C. M'eiklejohln not out ......... 3 J. Hanigan c Parrish b Graham 0 A. Tuohy c L Graham b R Graham 11 D. Johnston b R. Graham .. 0 Sundries ... .. .... 1 TOTAL .. ... .... 96 Bowling M. Parrish 3/18; S. Bar rett 0/37; R.. Graham 6/39; A. W. Noble 0/1. GERRINGONG 1st Innings A. Emery, not out ...... ... .56 L. Graham b A. Pepper .. .. .. S A. Noble b A. McAdam ...... 7 K. Walker b A. McAdam .. .. 0 M. Parrish c Warnock b Tuohy 8 S. Barrett b M. Snelling .. .... 2 R. Graham c and b M. Snelling 0 13. Sharpe b M. Snelling ...... 2...
BAND CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 22 October 1947
BAND CONTEST .- 1.1 KIania B nd held a :solo instru mental con nest iin ?; th: Otiello Hall oni Frilday nighlt lst, which proved a great' siccess, The contest: was :divide into thiee secions; onefo is one, fo Boys undei :18 indan aopen conteist Most membeis ? t the,'band .played a' piece ;ion: thie jpartici.lai? instluiient which they i?f ?plily y ::My hasM??h Onley acted as" adjudicator The -first s ontest:,:was :'one·o fgirls and result?di as' folows'Barbara Delaney 59i points 1s Betty Delaney 58 2nd;. Pat Pattoffn 56 3d M Jen kins 52 and; J. Wallf 50 The contest for boys uindei 1 i e sulted: *Barry, D:elafey : 7'' 1st,; Toi?i Delaney '65 2nd' Don :Meredith ':64 3rd; O., Patton' 63;. B.; Piggott G,60;' B Leggett 60; H:. Jarratt' 5ý; `G. Patton 58;' J. McAuliffe' 56. The Op'1efi' conitest:- resulted in a tie between Toir Delaney aiid J. Hen essey who each li recorded •66 points. B. Delaney :was 'tiunner up, with 65 J points Otleie 'iesults' .Werei!: 'pon Meredith ,63; Ri Baker 63';...
Jamberoo v Albion Park [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 22 October 1947
Jamberoo v Albion Park Jambereo ran up a good score in their match against Albion Park 'at Tullihbar' on Saturday. last. Albion Park's fielding was very ipoor in the air,: no less than ten catches being dropped. Their field ing on the ground, however, .was much better. Kevin Anderson who was making his apearance behind the stumps gaVe. a particularly good account of himself and if he main tains this" form, appears sure to be coime permanent in that position. He accounted for the first three batsminen by stumping them. Brian Raftery was the best of the bowlers, and his 2/54 would have been much lBetter if several catches had not been dropped. For the Roos, Johnny Murphy bat ted well to score 77 before beinlg dis i missed whilst all otlier ,batsmen who have g1ue in have reached double figures. W. Pryor was unlucky to be bowled one short of the half-century. Scores: C. Marks' stp Andels6n b Hickey 36 J. Murphy stp Anderson b Raftery 77 ?;. Boxsell' stp Anderson b Raftery 22 W. Pryor b ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 22 October 1947
A GSULLIVAN MANN:ING: STREEI: KIAA NEWSAGENT, STATIONER,. SHEPHERD'S SEEDS Depot for NU-SYSTEM LAUNDRY AND . DRY CJEANING Deliveries1 Mondays and Thursdays-SATISFACTION ASSUREDi SLUCERNE HAy 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, PLASTIC HOSES, REAPING HOOKS, BASS BROOMS, CAN BRUSHES AND STAPLES Call in and Inspect our Stocks at- N.S.W. 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 Inluiries ROBERTS KIAMA ----- ---------hn6 Sr 1 '· d NEALL' S ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE 40 TERRALONG STREET,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
?(, 4£Z, 3Z(OO, .%-., -- _= BE WISE-SHOP AT ... D, x HUGHES, CHEMIST Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMIST THAT SEFRVES YOU BEST PHONE;' KIAMA 46 FOR DELIVERY SERVICE WIDEST RANGE OF ST.OCKS AT CITY. PRICES Use Hughes' Pharmacy Service for-= * Prescriptions Promptly and Accurately Dispensed. * Propri.etary Medicines-Wide Assoirtment of Stocks. * Photographic Good2-Film (on quota), Developing & Printing. S* Cosmetics and Toilet Requisites-Best Brands Available. * Veterinary Medicines-Veterinary Prescriptions Dispensed. B. JENKINS, PALACE STORE, KIAMA i705 11 ý /OU LADIES BLACK ONE BAR HOUSE SHOES .. .... ...... 19/6 LADIES BLACK GLACE COURT SHOES .... .. ........ .25/9 McMURTRIES BLACK GLACE TIE SHOES .. .... .. .. 25/6 BLACK PATENT COURT TOE PEEPER SHOES .. .. . , 28/9 LINCOLN WALKER BROWN DERBY SHOES .. ... . .... 23/6 TWO TONE BROWN AND WHITE SANDALS ..... ..... 25/6 BLUE AND BROWN WEDGE SHOES .... .. .. .. ....29/11 SILVER. EVENING SHOES, PEEPER TOES . ........... 27/6 NAVY...
C. W. A. At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
C W. A. At "Gerriingong The monthly meeting of the Ger ringong branch of the C. W. A. was held in the School of Arts on Wed nesday, 15th inst. There was ,an attendance, of 20 memnbers pi'esent. Apologies -were received from Mes dames Carter, Whalan, G. J. Miller P: J. and A. W. Noble and W. Bailey. SThe President reported on the opening of the Baby. Health Centre, which eventuated on 26th-September; exactly 12 mdnths after the forming of the C.W.A. in .Gerringong. Mrs. Johnson reported that the Sisiter-in Charge was very pleased with the appointments of the room,- and the quality of the equipment. There ai~e 28 babies already oin the roll, and mnothers' a"e very' giratefil foi 'the. convenience of a clinic in Gerringong. It was reported that the beading had been placed in. position in the Clinic iooiim. Mris. Johnson also re ported having left a piece of the branch's first birthday cake in Wol longong for "aMar'garet" of 2WIL who was very interested in. C.W.A. work. The financial re...
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVEI SARY Jamberoo Methodist Sunday School celebrated its anniversary on Sunday last in glorious weather, and the at tendance was very good. The Church had been tatsefuliy decorated by the teachers and friends and the children occupied the plat form and sang as a choir, such an tliemns as "Praise the Lord," "In the Temple" "Now to Heaven our Prayer Xscending" and "Praise with Delight" all of which were taken from "Joyful Voices". The lessons were read by Joyde Robson and Dawn Harris, while a visitor from Wollongong, Mr. Neil Richardson rendered a solo. The Superintendent, Miss Ruth Vidler presented a very fine report on school activities,' and the prizes were then. presented by the Minister in charge of Kiamna circuit, Rev. R. C. Clark. , He also gave a most in teresting address, his subject being "'Bill Stickers." ' This Sunday School music is to be rendered again next Sunday.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
SORA',LAF}6E ft !E.NOE' 1V OSTS' ,£3/12/U Tper '2i'uincirecl-F';I L SHEATHER, 60,GIpps Street Kiam a. FOR SALE ICE OILES1I cpllenc gir Phoddition LOSqT, ROSARY BEADS in puch: Findei please'e etur n ,. St Joseph s onvent, Klan W-\TA?NTE1J Domestics, Help Apply Mi s. Crana iShoalhaven Sb eel, I'iala. J'AM BEROO FOOT~BALL 'CLUB ' PREMIERSHIP BALLD Friday, 14th November , " . .. , ý ,'. ý, ý ,, ý' • , :.., " , . ,: 'I . ' , % : .'ip Don Addision' Orchestra ADMISSION 5/-' 'RON SWAN, ;Hon. Sec.; BS SPECIAL BUs TO R StLATTERY'S BUS SERVICE Jaimberoo? to :'Beiry and .retnurn:, ::, Kia.la anid Ger:oa Beali. Leiaves Janib ei'oo' lip.m., Kiaina ''3 0' Rettuirn: frio6m Berry 5 pm.l: iviaGerroa. Saturday, 25th Octoer Fares 5/- ireturn Book at O. Blair's or ring J'ioo. .98 Kiama Bowling Club RING t?ithe. next we: k or two the B6owliiigG?eenlwili be closed f0i play:on account of toli)hressing. ,As many.ineimbers 'as' possible are ?aisked, to" ,itt'end, tlihe green. oi Saturday afternoon when gener...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
THE TIDES he :oTlow ing times are taken as F:orit in:iison, Sydney. Kiama is, 1 poxil it.ely 20 minutes later: - OCTOBER . Saturday 25th: High 5.15 :a.m. and 5.10 p.m.; Low 10.57 a.mi. & 11.39 pm Sunday 26th: High 5.55 a:m. and, 5.55 pl.m.:; Low '11.43 ain. Monday, .27th--High: 6.31 a.m. 6.38 p m.; Low 12.15 a.m. 12.25 p.m. Tuesday, 28th-High: 7.5 a.m. 7.15 p.m.; Low 12.49 a.m. 1.6 p.m. Wednesday, 29th--High: 7.40 a.Im. 7.56 p.m;'; Low 1.21 a.m. 1.48 p.m. Thursday, 30th-High: 8.16 a.m. 8.38. p.m.; 'JLow: 1.58 a.m. 2.32 p.m., Friday, 31st--Higlh: 8;54'.'a:m. 9.20 pa.n.; Low 2:33 a.m. 3.17, p.m. Saturday, 1.st-High 9.34 a.m. 10.6 p.m.; Low: 3.10 a.m. 4.6; p.m.
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
ERRINGONG CLUB' 4Gerringong, flrst gracdei s.: coiip'letei thir' game at Kiam tia o-day iand this shoulcd iproduce., an: interesting finish.', .Kiania. with three wickets. ,in hand ,:need, .20 .i uns toq gamin. 'a first; ininigs: .win.,' 'Jn view 'Of' the low scoring by, both tedims in ithei:' first iuniigs an outright win could be ire acoided by, eiiher ltea if similar toim iis lshown to-day .. t QGer ingongog :the irespective 2nd gl'adel team's from ithe same. clubs will .complete theiir, matchl' This ap peai1rs certaim' to t pAioduce an outright win: l for,' one ' oft the teamsý :; as witli three wickots' do~wn in. their second innigsi .Kiamna only has.a,. lead of 2 i runs. The. pe6ieor ?iaine. :,of the youthful Ge in-engng. team' last 'week was excellent. Particularly :pleasing fiatui'e 'of theii play was the 'een fiediing and it, is to be holped the playels 'tuirn on a similar effort this aftternoon. SGerir ngong Club has arraingedv for the, Katooiba. ouncil teaim to. visit CrG...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
SFOR LASTING GLAMOUR A FORM OF FLATTERY VIVIAN . GOWNS FOR MATERNITY FROCKS ' ear Railway Station-Kiama :.. " "* " " )(o~ ii)x 1(x wY~ri e ý`Y ~ e"ý V.,_,w. rRVo * tý 0 i0V ý(0 X.ý(X.j~X.X>yi)ýq ?] ~ ~ ~ ~ - -- . - . d4' : : ... .. . --- -- --.-- .-... ----- I : ' L:dd: .4a................ Qualty-Production A pearaince IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING DISPERSAL, SALE The "ROBJONDA" ,Australian Illawarra Shorthorn Stud NOTfED FOR ITS SHOW R1kNG PERFORMANCES, AND PRODUCTION RECORDS -68 FEMALES 5 MALES- UNRESERVED SALE SWEDNESDAY; 29th OCTOBER ON ACCOUNT OF MR. A, KLIPPEL "Woodlodge" +:Eridge Park Road (Off Kangaloon-Bowral Road) Donat miss this opportunity 'of attending this very important Ssale of one of the leading herds in the A.I.S. world, and mostly good. ieds. The dairy cattle are in excellent condition. This should be . a pleasant and interesting day for i cattle lovers. The stock for sale are the essence of the leading studs in the A.I.S. breed. The particiulars o. the stud are me...
CRICKET SOUTH COAST ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
CRICKET SOUTH COAST ASSOCIATION Arrangements havebeen made by the South Co ist Association 'o~ 'the Illaarra Umipiri es Association t give a blakboard lecture in the Kii amna Sc~hool or Ai ts, on 1Friday, 7th 'ovemi ber,. This will 'be followed :up by an Umpi es examinatioi also at K1iana on' Satin day, 22nd Novembei All laFyers in tthe Association ailea, and any follower of the game who is prepared to sit for? the examination ane requested to attend these func-' tions : In view, of the ugent' need 'foi official umpniies it 'is. hoped that keen interst 'will be taken in the mattier now, that the A ssociation has made the initial move '
A.& H. ASSOCIATION At Albion Park [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
A. & H. ASSOCIATION At Albion Park A meeting of the Committee 'of the Albion' Park A. H. and I.. Association was held in the 'Agricultural a Iall, on 'Friday night last, 17th October. The President (Mr. J. R. Graham) occupied the chair and there were also present., Messrs. E. A. Walker, R. Carmiody4 A. . Condon, E. DunRter J. A: Johnston, M. J. Lyons B.Mc Inerney, 3, Swr J H. B.Mc7 Donald, J. Timbs;, Cook, A. S. Thomas; K.. Chitt ck aid the Sec retary, Mr. R. C. G. Youll. Aiologies were received from Messrs. 3,' L; Martin,` M, `Wilsh'nd' R. Hazolto: h ' CONDOLENCE A sincere expression of sympathyl to the Dawe,; Martin, Anderson 'and Pearisoni families were' carried; with all present standing. CORRESPONDENCE. From the; Agricultural Societies' :Union intimatinig that the. R.A.S. would welcome nomniinations from, the various:Breed Societies of stewards for the Dairy Sections;at the Royal Show. It was decided to advise and'sup port the nominations, of ex -Junior Farmers. From th...
BOY SCOUTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
BOY SCOUTS A most successful Scouteirs Con vention of the South Coast and Table lands Area was held at Seven Mile Beach,. Gerringong last week-end. There` was an attendance of 62 present. The Area Commnissioner, Mr. C. F. T. Jackson p resided an'd was assited by his Deputy, Mr. J. A. Sykes., 'A particularly interesting talk on "Leiadership" was given by Mr. T. Howard df Wollongong and a Scout Quiz was conducted by Mr. A. Math eson of Port Kembla. The quiz re sulted in a win for the South Illa warre District, whose representatives were Miss Natalie Hillman of Kiama and Mr. H. Dudgeon of Port Kembla. On Sunday morning a Scouts Own Service wvas lield and the address was delivered by Mr. ,Colin Watson, State Comissioner for Wolf Cubs. State Commisioners Dart (Scouts) Hollingsworth (Sea Scouts) Mr. Bray (Senior Scouts) and Miss E: Boulken and Mr. C. Watson (Cubs) conducted training sessions throughout the day.
SUN THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
SUN THEATRE Showing at the Sun Theatre, Jam beroo to-night is "The Princess aia the Pirate" a deft laugh-thrill ocom pound in gorgeous technicolouri star ring Bob Hope, 'The'suppoirtingcast includes Virginia Mayo, Walter Slizak, Victor McLaglan and Walter Brennan. , "The Princess' and the Pirat ,e"ýgoes b]ack? to1740 fo.its setting and Bob Hope kids his way ,through mutinies, hangings, treasire .hunts and sea battles, through all manner of jeo pardy and close shaves, or a sum total of laughs'~ :that. make ipiracy about the most rollicking adventure Tini ,Holt,- whose outdoor pictuires can. always be depended uponi to pro vide plenty of excitement. and action; is starred in ' iFghting' Frontier " also showing to-irigh?i Cliff Edwards;, of "iUkalele Ike" fame, Ann Sunmers and Tom London heads the suippor ing cast. A Disney Coloiued cartoon featur ing "Goofy",. in 'How ?'to Fish' and the Batnian ,Serial, ?omlplete thi' pi'o gramme.
FOOD FOR BRITAIN Express Food Parcel [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
FOOD FOR BRITAIN Express Food Parcel When sending your .donation of 10/- or more to the'Food for Britain Fund, please plrint in Block letters, the nanme and address of both the recipient and thelsendeir, and enclbse a stamped addressed envelope for your official receipt. A food for Britain 'express gift parcel costs less without the diffi culties of purchasing items, packing wrapping and maiiing: Tei 'shillinigs covers everything, contents, packing and delivery in Great Britain.. SThis co-oparative scheme is conm posed of Australian and Great Britaii voluntary organisations as a safe, non-profit channel for sending in dividual aid abroad-a "person to person" expression of Australia's concern for the people of Britain. Export goods are purchased from civilian, quotas in Australia. No shipping space is wasted ;in unecon omical packing and transfort.. Gift parcels are free from duty and sup plement the 'individual ration. In no other way can you send so much for so little in so short a...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 October 1947
OBITUARY Neil Allan Walkei, the 15 months 'old son ,of M? and Mis: .RA..,Wlker of, Annandale passed, away ,in the, Clhildrenis Hospital Oanipeidowon o Saturday 'last . ", l Sincei e sryimpathly is extended to his pai rents ,and ;to his grandpareiats, Mrf and Mrs R R Walkef, of Ge lingong mi theii bereavemnent. The funeral took place in the Chulrh ol ofEngland Cefietei y, Roo]:, w ood on Monday aftet noon. ,