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KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

KIAMA CLUB The following players will ;epre sent Kiama against Shellharbour commencing on Saturday next on the Kiama Showground:- Fiist:ra'de;? K. Young (Capt.), S. Warnock, N. Simmons, A. Carson, G. arlson, G. Conn, ? :, Tuxford:, J. Mc Donald,, R. Smith, A. Hall C. Rais on, H. Canham (12th man). Second grade team to play ,at Shellharbour, transport leaving Post Ofhice at 1.30 p.m. sharp: H. Canham (Capt;), C. Melklejohn, J. East, M. Camage, i. McAdam, ,A. Pepper, 3J. Cambrell, M. Snelling, "J. Wariiock, A,; Tuohy, J. Hanigan, K. James (12th man). Any playe ;unavailable please ring Kiama 101,

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORK WANTED [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

WORK WANTED; nier sity Studetii " - r:Piofessor J R. A. M ITcMillan ,Dea il of, the Faculty' of, Agricultural Selence at Sydneyr University, seelts, the co liefation tof,,, farmers in Newl S sutlii 'Wales, in .anS iipotant asipect of theti eainingin'oft ?'icuiltu ywe :'stud ents liefoi a bein' admitted ito bithe oi e l?ie of;m Bachelore :io' lAgriciultural Science; 'stentusi mus:hwhaie had: ' atld least twel 't-monba perience in p actical lagriciitif e;.. hStudents yusu ally seek emnployment on farms dur ingUnveisiy vacations;',; the vaca ?tionsdbeing;two wieeksd iniMay, ftou r weeks in'AiigiustiSpt'mbern aid'i thir teenh weeks'in-December Mairch, the la teif vacation i. coiiiinencingiaibiut TWhen numbeis in the, Faculty weie eaitivel%;ly w;, little' 'difficulty'i was exiieencedk b student in obtafiiiing suitable °'enploymentbu with en-' olnienit now above 20io the position, has becomie much lore compolicated; Thelie:Faciiult would lb'every pleased to, hea~r froii fame.iier'hs whF c...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

iRev David Davies, of Willoughbty, ni'forniely, Congregational Mfinis ter~'ati Gerringong,: spent the `week enlid at'"?Geringong as the gu'est 'of Mr and1 Mrs J. G. Miller. ,'raI. aiid MI s. J3 Turneri have been the guests ,of Mr: and Mrss.' N. "'. Nelson; of Gerringong ° the rmisortune to * break it finger Wlhen he jammned it in 1 ', a dodi'at -the Gerringong Golf Clubhouse on Satur- ' day afternoon.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SECOND GRADE GERRINGONG v. KIAMA [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

SECOND GRAkDE S GERRINGONG v. 'KIAMA jI This :?iatch was comiplet'ed `t Gerri1fiong' on: Satui?day aid es.il tii in Gerrinoioig defetting as: seasoni's' premiierg outriglit` by fbur ivicket's. Gerringong'Were' set the t&sk'of inali' ing' 77 runs in62'i for outright victoiy ard these were "securied with "Six wickets dowi'. " KIAMA; :1st Inning g. :-96( GERRINGONG, 1st Innings--95 KIAMAi 2nd Innings' A. Pepper, run out 12;- C. Meikle+, .johl?,' b' M. 'Parrishli 1; J. East,' b' S. Barrett 30 Hi.' Caniaiai;': 1 "S. Bar'rt' 6; J.'Warniock; c J. Miller, b 'Barrett 1; A. McAdam, c'AE. Emery :b Barr'tt ,,M: Sneliing, c A: Noble b;"Barreftt 8;- A. James, 'I "Pari'isi' 0;' . Tuohy, 1.b.w., b Parrish 7; 'J. Hanigain, "b Parrisli 1; D:' Johnson;: "not out -0; Sundrlies 5;: Totaf75. ',Bowling:-M`' Parrish 4/17; S. Bar-. .rett 5/53. GERRINGONCG; 2lind Ininigs~` iL.?Gralham;; cJames b McAdaii I5; A., Emery, "b'MdA'da ii 4;", Noble, not out 28; B. Sharpe b McAdam 1; ,N. Parrish, c -Hanigan ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JAMBEROO v. ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

JAMBEROO v. ALBION. PARK Jamberoo had a i:un iaway. victory in theiý i?imatch: against ?Albion Paik Jainberoo scoied 348 in:i their fi?;st innings whilst Albion: Par k could ily sicore 98 and hlad- o follow on. Eric Fredericks seecured a iecord lowling average whdn he took one wicket for o aftei 'bowling 5 w1ide" in succession. J. Murphy, whoi top scoted foi .the 'iRoos 'took 2' wick'is 'or' 2. By Rafteiy was the only one, :t stand up to the Jaibeioo bowlers and batted 2 lhoots foi 23 1?' iunsi. .iAiMBEIOO; 1st Inningis-3483,. ALBION' PARK? .1st inli g's A. O'Keefe, b Marks . : .... 5 W. Raftery, c E., Fredlericks, b.., Miarlks .. . ... ... . 1. 3 W Parnell; bE FIreletiks .. 6 K. Hicke c' E.` Fredeicks u D. Fredericks .. .... 1 B., Raftery b W. Richaid0onf .. 23 H. Peairson; lbw 'b Muiiplih .. 14 KI Andeison;' b E. Fi' ed'ericks '. 6 S:I Hamniltoff, c W Pryoir b J. Muiphy . . . . . O W.' Guthrie, not out . .. 13 Suiidries " 17 .. . ... otal . .. .. ;. .. 98 "Bowling' C.: Marlis `2/1...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

THE TIDES The :Tollntovi times are taken' as t : Forf DuzioHon. Sydney.. Kiama is upiruxitUately 20 minutes later:= OCTOBER. Wednesday, 29th-High: 7.40 a.m. 7.56 p.m.; Low 1.21 a.m. 1.48 p.m. Thursday, :30th--High: 8.16 a.m. 8.38 p.m.;, Low: 1.58 a;m. 2.32 p.m. Friday, .31st-High: 8.54 a.m. 9.280 p.m.; Low 2.33 a.m. 3.17 p.m. Satui'day, 1st-High '9.34 'a.m. 10.6 p.m;; 'Low: 3.10 a.m. 4.6 p.m. Suiiday, 2nd-High: ! 10.19 a.m. 11 p.m.; Low: 3.51 a.m. 5 p.m. Monday 3rd: High 11.10 a.m.; Low 4!.37 a.m. and 6 p.m. Tuesday, 4th: 'High, 12.2 a.in. and 12.10 p.m.; Low 5.30 a.m.. & 7.9 p.m. Wednesday 5th: 'High 1.8 a.m. & 1.18 pm.; Low 6.39 a.m. & 8.23 p.m.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET FIRST GRADE KIAMA v. GERRINGONG [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

CRICKET re FIRST GRADE ;'z KI 4A v. GERRINGONG Kiai'a deteated Gerringon on"the: irst iings in te South Coast Dis drit Cricket, comipetition GERRINGONG, 1st Innings-102 lIlIAMA, 1st ,Innings S Wairnock stpd drahamn, b ii. Emery ,. . . . .. '. .. . 39 .CarOason,b Bli id- . 21 G Conn\, i1Noble . . . 4 Ki .Young;, c McKeniny, - Eniery 4 N Siminions, b C, Einteely. . 3G A.I Hallr b, Trevallion t'.4! J McDonld, Pstpd Grahamn, b E. Entli iel9 .. . J .., . .. . W. Longbotton, C. Eery 'b 132 Emery . C. Ratison, not out . 22 mSiith, run out 0 G 'Catson,c Boxsell b C Emery 13J Sundiies . . 7' Total 151s Bowling N. Bird 1/20 C Enery; 2/38;, V. Noble 1/2 ;. Emnery 4/40; A" Ti evallion 1/19 GERRINGONG, 2nd Innings ,, B Devery, c and b Suininons .. 14 E.' Eimery b Warnock . °V. Noble ca and, b Warnock . . C0 Einery, b Conn . .. .. 27 A. -Trevallion, c McDonald b N. Sinmnons 14 K. Boxsell, b Young .. . .. ..13 B. McKenny, ;c Simimions b Conn 0 K - Grahamr b A Cai son .. ..30' M. Biud, b K Young. ....

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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ROOFING IRON [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

ROOFING ` IRON Th'i:e following`cquestilonvi:?sr:'asiked blvy bky Mr H.-T, Fowles .M, +=+ Will, the Ministei foi Builiid, Mat'eriais say whether it s' a Pfact. 'that: tlh ielease of galvanised cor0= rugated fiorii sed toi, puirposes of h'igent roofing ortr;epaiingo on: dairy Sii emises has foi someitinim;?rerieived ::only. a No.4 :priioiity thereby delay, i': : ng4 supplies. to~ many: fainmers in. the Illawarra electoiate for) lIvo' : ontlis?9 If tliese arei. fact~s, in !view of ",the 'urgent necessity to in ::'crei'??'`PI'odliictioii, ?which is adti'e'rs ely affected lby many uncovered dairy Sbuildings will the Minister 'ci idcri aiiing tile'i piity to ensue thi'i n- mediate supply of this very noiess ary ' co niiibdit3y .to"f these prifnaryiy ' ro dUears? Mir. Matthevws: .I appreciate the, anxiety ,and : ?the initerest' of the -hoi'l member. for Illawaiirar" and of other honri. mebers who rrepiresent idairy inteiests.s For: their: 'infoi'mation I niight state that all apiplication...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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FOURTH SECURITY LOAN [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

FOURTH SECURITY LOAN In reviewing ithe progress of prep arations made to date for the Fouithl Security Loan due to open* to-day; t.'e *Deputy. Director for New -.South Wales. Mr. .C. F. Lewis:-statlU i'that in the *preliminiary .drive :hein'g'-con dc.tcted, in i.iindustrial, establishinents some remarkable ireults are being' aChieved.~; . In the Sydney' metropolitai' area ak'ne 10,230 *applications' l.hai 'al ready been received '*representing one in :six of those, canvassed, and there is every indication, that the final figures will equal some of' the results obtained. in' this .particular' field during the war years. . Heads of- establishments. - visited. have generally been very 'co-opera tive, believing that it is in the in terests of the whole community to encourage: thrift 'amongst their em-! ployees. . . Servicemen . also ý continue their support and out of a group of, fifty recently discharged from. the army;: thirty-nine invested' portion: of their deferred pay in the Fourt...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

( OR 32 YEARS) *For holders of Five-Year Second Liberty and Austerity Loan Bonds and Stock Maturing November 15, Who their Maturing Securities into 3-°% FOURTH SECURITY LOAN BONDS AND STOCBK Conversion is the easy, safe and profitable way of re investing your funds. No worries finding other investments, no complicated transfers-just fill in the application form sent you recently and return it to your bank. Your invest ment continues at a higher rate of interest-Fourth Security Loan' Bonds pay 3%% for a 12-year term-a more generous return than any other investment of comparable security and negotiability. Don't delay.. . . convert to-day! And why not have more of this fine investment? Make a cash or instalment subscription to the Fourth Security Loan as well FACTS ABOUT THE FOURTH SECURITY LOAN 1.- All you 'ldnd 'will` be used: tb finance continuinig War,-'i':t. :. commitments,' important national works and the continued rehabilitation of ex-service men and women. , 2. Bonds (for £10...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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CONTROL OF FRUIT FLY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

CONTROL OF FRUiIT 'Comiimercial . growers,. and- home gardeqners who may. only. have a sinigle firuit tree,. aie, ieminded: that measuiies, for the conti i io . fiuit flies :are, compulsory utderi .tthe Plant Diseases Act; ' The;'compulsory measures include the use of:fo]iag'e 1poison baits an'd the i egulai' destrcic tion of any, infested or fiallen fruit. In additionl;, all loquats grown in. the central coastal aireas of the Statet miust be eiiio?ved ffiom the frlees by 31st October Fruit flies pass the .winter in . the adult stage,. ;but norially, little breeding takes place duringg that per-, iod; Iifestation 0or the new season usually, commences in Septemnbei and becomes still more evideiit in Oc tober. Loquats, are, considered to be the main host fore this early infestation, although a limited amount of ilnfesta tion may be fouind in' mandariuis, oranges' and lemons at this period of the year. ; Particulars, of the. . ;pIrescribed Pioisonr baits may? be obtained, free on appli...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
UNITED FRONT For Better Roads [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

UNITED FRONT For Better Road's Oi ganisecd iliotorists ai aal bdt ti join ;forices' with L cal Govei nment S'argRisations finwiesenting a con snlidated vi~lwoint foi ther i attainu nient of betteri roads;' Mr. H. I' Johnson a, Nt.ReeM.n o ngeni oral secretairy, tsaid t R M.A aind R ;. A.v ie approachlng Local :Goveri inent 1 epiresenitatives t establish i closei rliaision ii:thoefight foa tte alfom the, Federal, Govei nient. Siiilair actioni .was `tos be taken by affiliated motori.igoi'di g alisationis in all other States,. follovw ing a"deoison at, the recent' confer.. enoe of the Aistalianll :Automobile As'soni tion' the dinotoi sts' Federal secretariato : ras' He added thit motorists were iper tuibed at the stubborn attitude of, the Fedleial Gove nmient in 1 efusing to recognlise the principle of non diversion of petroletax proceeds, and to giant the State ioadi-i making auth orities sufficilent ievenue to lay down ;a modern system of motor roads: In terests of motorists and` loc...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

The(draw for the second round' ofl the Lockett Cup 18 hole SttablethiUd' com petition to Thb held 'oun: Saturday,, next , is as follows, SR.,: 0 Bi?ien1v ?R Walker, I-H..Davis v': G- Conn, M:' Evers iv W{. Walk?b; K. O'Brienº.1v K ? Peaice, Dri Stephen v: A Boyd; H Brown v F, urry?? iJ. Richai dson v. E Evans, G Alkin v C. Boyd,°B. Fuller v. W Peck, K: Oliver v S: Boyd, B Moore y v:'Rev M. :Irish i Kiama Club ..will ;be. visitingPoi rt Kembla ,;on:, Sunday:, 2nd Noveimbeir.: All players ::desnious -of making ;the ;triip willi they. ple'ase' notify t he, Sec-? ©otary so as to ;arrainge- foi triansport:

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

COMING EVENTS.. Oct. ,31-Footballer's Ball,- Aibion Pk. Nov. 19-E.P. and Dance Sliell'bour Nov. 28-R.S.L. Dance, Gerringong.. Dec. 5-C,,.W.A. Y'ger' Set Dance, t K, Dec. 16-Janmberoo P. &. &. Dance, Dec. 31-Ki. Hos. Aux. Mile Pennies

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

GERRINGONG CLUB Geringong, Club Beld in?18 holes St bleford comnpetition on Satuirclay; which resulted J.', Carson 32, : Ti Miller ' 32, ,M Iiayter 31,,A, Parsons 29; W Hocksi day 28j Ray Milleti 28, ,J, R M Mil ler 28. C H Gillard 27, J, W.iParl hill 26 , A Stebbing 24, Eý7 W, Holt 24, C. Sharpe 19, D: 1Annells 17, C, ;E7 Carter 15.;

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

ROUNDABOUT BY "THE MAN IN THE STREET" Ex-Kiam?a Golf Club meinber' Stan Kenneddy, no6w of Wollongong, did ,not do iosd badly at the recent Coupn try.Week' Champiounships. ",Nicodemn: us" and partneir Blair finished about: 4 strolkes behind 'tlhe' winners of the Foursomes .. Cliampionship in fifth place and tied for thie morning hiandmi-" cap event.; This fellow, it will be re nienibered, ;some, dozen years oir so back, won a novelty event conducted by 'Kiania, Golf Club. It was :a drive for new members and some ,twenty :novices faced,, the starter over '18 holes off the L:adies'i Tees;: Nick: won the event fr:6om. Noel Simmons and secured. twelve, months free mem bership of the Club. ::He wasn't such a novice either. Saturday's completion of the first round of matches in the South Coast Cricket Association's competition° was marked by the defeat of last seasons premiers (Gerringong) by Kiama. Quite a bit of nice work by Col. Raison and Noel Simmons I be lieve. Col was at., his best ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

TO COMPLETE YOUR DAIRY .... THE NEW "DANGAR-G" MILK COOLER SIMPROVED TUBULAR aa . PATTERNT:, This compact, sturdily built cooler :quickly cools,' aerates. and removes odours iri one operatoin. : Rigidly secured in end-castings, tubes are of special shape to secure greatest possible'cooling area in,limited height, and perfect flow oir "spread" of the milk. Every part is easily removed for washing. and the new "DANGAR-G" SUPER. STERILISER Wet, free-flowing Steam is recognised as the most rapid and efficient steriliser in the dairy. Get yours with a "'Dangar-G" ' Super Steriliser. For: every kind of work where steam or hot water is required there is no better requipment. It will provide steam to ster ilise your milking machine, cream cans, separator parts, and all utensils as well as sup plying,, gen erous quan- a. [ tities:of boil ing wateri simply. b y the insertion of the steam hose into. buckets, washing troughs or receptacles DANGAR-G of any kind. ,S U PER a The "Dangar-G" Super S...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

CU[RRIENT COUPONS f'j'll'M ' li' liH iy . he. used at ' TEA': 37-48 (37-40 'expire 9th Nov) (41-44 expire 30thli Nov.) 45-48 'ex pire':30th.Nov.) Ne ew coupons :49 to 52 available 10th November. ' BUTTER:, 34-36 (expire 9th Nov) .New coupons 37 to 39 available 10th November. 'MEAT: Black 78 to '84, Green 89 to 95' expire 9th November. New coupons, black 85 to 88, green 97 to 99, available 10th ,November. CLOTHING-1-56 (1947).

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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POPPY DAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

POPPY DAY The 28th annual Poppy Day Appeal directed by the l nited Returned Soldiers' Fund, will be held through out New South Wales; oi 7thl Novem ber, the Friday before Remermbrance Day. In the past Armistice Day, 11th November, was chosen to conumem. orate the dead of the :first World War, but as there are now two Great ,Wars to be remembered, His Majesty, King George. V; a., ,.: cr( sultation with various )utpusts of' the Empire, decided that the Sun-= day nearest the ° 11th November would be chosen as Remembrance Day to perpetuate the 'memory of those who had made 'the . supreme sacrifice for our Empire.: Following the usual custom, Poppies will be sold oh the Friday before Remem brance Day. The proceeds of the Ap peal help the three organisations housed in the Anzac Memorial and also local sub-branches of the R.S.L. will supervise the sales in country and suburban districts. For services rendered everybody is asked to buy a Poppy on; the 7th November, to wear with pride on Rem...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 29 October 1947

A. M. SULLIVAN I MANNING: 'STREET,', KIAMA f NEWSAGENT, STATIONER, SHEPHERD'S 'SEEDS Depot for-- NU-SYSTEM LAUNDRY AND, DRY CLEANING Deliveries :Mondays , and Thursdays-SATISFACTION' ASSURED' St'ttitth tttttt2tt!ruttttttt 2ttttittturtttuttt it tiriia ii PRIE WHEATEN CHAFF £10 PER TON "NEWPRO" DAIRY FOOD, MILO, STOCK MEAL, ORTUSHED OATS, OATEN CHIAFF, 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 • ? 8''re4. . f>B.cO' WIRELESS AND REFRIGERATORS SALES AND SERVICE Courteous Attention to Inquiries ROBERTS KIAMA - - - - - - Phone 60' ...

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