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PRESENTATIONS At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
PRESENTATIONS At Gerringong On lIriday night. 21st March, the members of the Gerringong 1Metho dlist Church held a social in the School of Arts to make a presenta tion to Mr. and Mrs. Clive Emery who were recently married and also to extend a welcome to Mr. ands Mrs. Elrington and family who recently took up residence in the district. The evening passed pleasantly with games and competitions after which supper was served. Rev. R. C. Clark. in making the presentation to Mr. and Mrs. Emery, expressed the good wishes of the Church folk for their future happi ness. Rev. Clark went on to ex tend a warm welcome to the Ehling- ton family who he said had come from the Tamnworth district with very good credentials. He trusted their stay in the Kiama Circuit would bie happy andl prolitable. Others to add sentiments of good wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Emtery and welcome the El'ington family were Messrs. . Carson, G. E. Chittick. A. W. Noble, W. Johnston and WV. H. Dailey. Mr. Emery responded and cx...
VARIETY SHOW At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
VARIETY SHOW At Gerringong On Easter Monday. Mayo Hunter's Hawaiian Entertainers will visit Gerringong as advertised in this issue. Accent in the Show is on comedy and sweet Hawaiian music. For the children there will be a Punch and Judy Show which should also revive memories in the older generation. The Show was performed at Ad miralty House by special request, to perform the Punch and Judy portion to entertain H.R.H. Prince William. son of the Duke and Duchess of G.loucester. At the conclusion of the show, a dance is to be held.
JAMBEROO M.Z.D.C. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
JAMBEROO M.Z.D.C. 'The annual meeting of the .Jam heroo Milk Zone Dairymen'sCouncil was held on Tuesday, 25th March. when the following officers were elected: President: Mr. C. R. Ward, Mr. R. C. Warby declined nomination after 2 years in the position. Vice-Presidents: Messrs. L. J. Noble (Senior) and E. .1. Swan (.Iun- ior). Secretary: Mr. C. C. McGlinchey. Delegates: Messrs. C. R. Ward and E, J. Noble.
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
CRICKET A In the final of the South Coast District Cricket Competition, which was continued at; Kiama on Satur-. dclay last, Gerringong set Jamberoo the task of scoring 124 in the last innings for a win. Gerringong, start- ed badly and had lost seven for 50 runs, Then Leeton Mitchell and Athol Noble became associated and added 43 lefore Mitchell was caught and the whole team was out for 96. Jamberoo started their second innings even worse than Gerringong, having lost two ivckets for 5 runs. W. Boxsell and K. Robson were the not out batsmen and if these two continue as they started on Satur day last the 123 should not be so difficult to attain. GERRINGONG, 1st. Innings-115 2nd Innings E. Emery, c W. Richardson b C. Marks .................... 19 13. Devery, b N. Spinks ........ 0 K. B3oxsell,. run out .......... 5 V. Noble, c W. Pryor b D. Fredericks ..... ........ 1 L. Graham, c K. Robson b C. Marks ................... 12 A. Trevallion, c A. Pryor b N. Spinks .:... .......... ..... 6...
KIAMA POST OFFICE Holiday Arrangements GOOD FRIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
KIAMA POST OFFICE Holiday Arrangements O , GOOD FRIDAY O'flice will be closed all day as on Sundays. EASTER SATURDAY Office will be open from 9 am, to 11 a.m, for the ti'ansaction of all classes of busines3 excepting Money Orders. Malls for Sydney which usually close at 1 pn.m. will lie clos ed at 11 am, The usual first deliv ery of mall matter will be mtde by Postman. EASTER MONDAY Office will be open frotil 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. for all classes of business excepting Money Orders: The first clearance of street letter receivers only will be made. There will be no delivery of mail matter by Postmen. Mails for Sydney which usually close at 4,55 p.mn. will be closed at 10 a.m.
NEW SCALE OF CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
NEW SCALE OF CHARGES As from this issue the Kiama Re- prieor will be amalgamated with the Kin ma Independent, which will 1e published as a bi-weekly, b)eing issued on Wednesdays and Saturdays. This amalgamation and the rising costs of production have necessitated the application of a new advertising ra to. As foun this issue the casual rate for advertisements will be 4/- per inch which brings this paper on to the same rate as charged by Berry ;,d Nowra papers. .vo scale of charges are as a dingle Column inch. )eath. In Memoriam, Engagement Ad similar notices 4/- each. Small advertisements Gd per line (5 words to line), minimum charge 2/-. Display Rate: Full Page, type set £8; Stereo £7. Contract Rates: 25 ins. ...... 1/9 per inch 50 ins . . . . . . . . .1/6 per inch 100 ins .. .... . 1/4 per inch 150 ins. .... . . 1/2 per inch 200 ins. ....... 1/- per inch 400 ins. .... .. 10d per inch Further particulars of other rates available will be supplied on request.
KIAMA GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
KIAMA GOLF CLUB The follow ing Members and Assuc- aintes have been drawn to play in Club mnatches du'ing the Kauster holi days: - Sati.urday-.-Four Ball IBest Ball v. Par:- \\r. Walker and G. Bloom field v. J. Fretwvell and S. Boyd; W. Peck and 1. Curry v. M. Evers and A. N. Other; F. Sullivan and G. Conn v. 1-1. Brown and (i. Alkin; Re'v. M. Irish and K. Jarrett V. .A loyd and J. I)avies; C. Mlosckos and E. ?vans v. K. Pearce and J. Oates; .1. Rlichardson and C. S. lloyd v. 1B. Moore and U. Apperley; A. Puller and 1. E. King v. .1, R. Ilriggs and K. Duggan. Sunlay-AMixed Canadian 'our- somie:--Miss I). Oates and A. Puller v. iMrs. M. Tuohy and J.1. It. Briggs; Mrs. C. Fuller and G. Alkin v. Miss J. Knight and K. Jlarrett; Mrs. C. Cullen and K. Pearce v. Miss Mag uhire and (G. Conn; iMlris. F. Jones and H. Brown v. Mrs. J. Pearce and J. Richardson; Miss M. Jones and F'. Curry v. Mrvs. J. King and F. Sulli van; Miss B. Sproule and C. Boyd 'v. Miss B. Bowles and M. Evers; Mrs. M. McKe...
DIAMOND JUBILEE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
DIAMOND JUBILEE Diamond jubilee are fashionable even iii these haphazard dclays. Lat est family gathering to celebrate a 60th anniversary was at 56 Elliott Road, South Lismore, where a din ner, party was given in honour of Mr. and Mrs. W. Snell. Mr. and Mrs. Snell were married in 1887 at Hunter's Hill, Sydney. They are now 84 and 79 years old respectively. The bride carried a posy of hyd rangea at the dinner, where 25 i'el atives attended. Tables were decor ated with vases of flowers and streamers, and a two-tier cake was made by daughter. Mrs. Jim Piccoli. Son, Mr. Roy Snell, in a toast to the bride and bridegroom said his parents had sl)ent 45 years on the Richmond and had done their share of pioneering. Other speakers to the toast \\'ere Messrs. N. Austin, C. Vidler, A. Bale. and J. Piccoli. Toast ing absent friends, Mr. M. Vidler, of Jamberoo, said members of the family resided on the far North Coast and at Jamberoo. Assembled on the lawn after form alities, the couple was prese...
MILK BOARD FIGURES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
MILK BOARD FIGURES At the Annual Meeting of the M.Z.D.C. tt Albion Park last week, members of the Milk Boai'd, Messrs. H. Denfori'd and F., Sedgwick gave seine figures which will be of inter est to Dairymen, Mr. Denford gave an analysis of production by the South Coast fac tories during 1946' as follows: Comparison of production, quant ities purchased, payments by Board and average prices for the 52 Boa:r.d .weeks from January to Deck ember for the year 1946: (1) Total Production. (2) Purchased by Board. (3) Percentage of production pur chased by Boaru and local sales. (4) Approximate payments by Board' inclusive of all subsidies. (5) Average price paid per gallon for Board milk. (6) Estimated average price per gallon for total production. Nowra:-1, 41,486,130; 2. 3,596,693; 3 83.27; 4. 282, 578; 5. 18.856; 6. 17.205. Berry:-1., 2,083,697; 2. 1,927,332; 3. 92.49; 4. 151,805; 5. 18.903; 6i. 18.160. Gerringong:-1. 1,235,132; '2. 1,157,074; 3. 93.68; 4. 91.023; 5. 18.880; 6. 18.255. Al...
CENSUS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
CENSUS Arrangements are being made for the taking of a Census throughout Austrnlit~ on the 30th June next. To assist in this national undlertaking several thousand Collectors will be required for a few days prior and subsequent to the 30th June. The authorities are desirous that anyone willing to act as a Collector at the Census should immediately notify the Divisional Returning Officer for his Conimonwealth Electoral Divi sion. Particulars as to rates of pay are given in an advertisement ap pearing in this issue.
RECORD PRICE For Heifer [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
RECORD PRICE For,, Heifer i. . A. J. Campbelj had avery suc cessful clearaiice sale in conjunc tion with Stewart and Morton on account of Mr. Artlihur Parrish, at Kangaroo Valley, on. Thursday. There was a large attendance, in cluding buyers from lthe city and all coastali centres. The top priced cow was purchased by Mr. G'erke, of Foxgrouhd, at £27/10/-, the second top cow was purchased by Mr. Gal craft, of Numbaa, for £24. Sever al otheir cows made over £20 and the whole herd averaged £14/5/-. Also sold were 75 heifers on ac count of Mr. Percy Parrish. These were mostly backward heifers, but included 20 calved and forward heifers which were in great demand and sold from £14/10/- to £31/10/ and a',eraged £20, which' is believed to be a record price foir a line of heifers, The heifer which realised £31/10/ was bred by Johnston Bros., of Gerringong, and was one of a line of poddies iiurchliased by Mr. Parrish at the Gerringong Yards, 2 years ago. Two others of the same line made £22/...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
W. G. SANDS , Announces that he is now operat 'ing a taxi cab in addition to the Tourist' Service in Kiama. Phone 203-ANY HOUR Q'LEARY'S BUS will run to DOG MEETINGS at 'WOLLONGONG and DAPTO Berry, Bus will run to all night meetings qt the Dapto and Wollon gong Dogs commending Saturday hiight, 21st September, 1946. Leave Nowra-5 p.m. Return Fare 10/-. Leave Berry. 5.30 p.m. Return Fare 8/-. Leave Gerringong 5.50 p.m. Return Fare' 6/-. Return afteir last race. DIRECTORY KIAMA J. CUFRY, P1umbers' Supplies. Ter ratong Street. Phone 169, COOK & DYER, Fruit and Confec. tionery. Terralong Street, Kiama Phone 173, HIRE SERVICE, Day or night. Phone 92. CLEM-'1KEIf, Manning Street. Cars washed knd cleaned. O. H. BLAIR, Hairdresser and To. bacconist. Razors and Scissors Sharpened. Manning S`tret. J. MANCY, Representative for West. ern Assurance Co., Fire, Personal Sickness and Accident, Workers' Compensation. Undoubted Secur ity, Prompt settlement, 60 Collins Street. R. G. & W...
LINKS IN WORLD FRIENDSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 April 1947
LINKS IN WORLD FRIENDSHIP More and more it is realised that if the spirit ot' international friend liness is to be fully developed and play a part in promoting peace and amity between nations, it will be mainly wrought about by fellowship and understanding between young people of different countries. That is why the ideals of the. Junior Red Ci oss, which has always stood for this principle, and which for many years has encouraged its young mem bers to get to know one another by interchatnge of .port.t'olios between Juniors of different lands, have such a valuable contributiori to make in this regard. The story of the work -of the Jun ior Red Cross, in New South Wales and overseas, will shortly be told in schools of this district by Mrs. A. Tucker, who is carrying out organis inlg work for the Junior Red Cross. Mrs. Tucker has -had wide exper- ience and has travelled extensively in Great Britain, Europe aid throughout Australia. Prior to the outbreak of the re cent war, the Junior R...
ILLAWARRA R.D. COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 April 1947
ILLAWARRA R.D. COMMITTEE The monthly meeting of the Illa w rr" Regiot?al Development .Com inittee was held at the Council Chambers, Buit, on Wednesday last, Cr. C. Quilkey (President) in the chair. A w\elconie was' extended tol a new member, Mr. McEvoy, on his first attendance bli thie Coimmittee. The Under Secretary, Premier's Department, forwarded the survey of regional resoii'ces in mnanuscript form, for revision and correction be fore printing, and, ,it was arranged for its circulation among members. Dr. F. P. Ryan (Nowra) gave ai re port on the Shoalhaven Water Sup ply Scheme, the subject of a letter from the Premier's Department. He said that the prospects were most encouraging, the comnmittee of ex perts were greatly in favour of the proposal, which had ,the merit of combining hydr'o-electricity with water supply. The intention was to supply water up to and beyond the Wollongong Area. Allowance was to be made for supplying twice the number of existing factories and farms, als...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 April 1947
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER' F. E. PALIN PHONE: KIAMA 82 During these difficult days, no , business is more handicapped by the scarcity of stock and material than is the WATCH, and JEWELLERY TRADE, and whilst we are looking for the silver lining, all sections of the community are carrying on with little complaining. F. E. PALIN thanks his many customers for their tolerance in inconvenience and in waiting for repairs. and trusts the time will not be far distant when the trials of to.day ate a thing of the past. 24 YEARS OF PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN ALL CLASSES OF CLOCK AND WATCH REPAIRS. ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED W. G. SANDS Announces that he is now operat ing a taxi cab in addition to the Tourist Service in Kiama. Phone 203-ANY HOUR POSTS! POSTS!! HIGH GRADE 6 ft FENCING POSTS also Mixed Timber, mainly Blood wood and Ironbark.. £8/15/- per 100 in loads of 200 D. O. SLATER BUY LOCKETT'S I AMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. DIRECTORY KIAMA .WINDSOR BROS., Frulterers, Green' grocers. De...
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 April 1947
BOWLS Rink games on Saturday last re suited: R. Warren and H. Gould 20 v. P. Tarbert and P. Davies 8; H. Parsons M. Cranna and J. Swan 24 v. C Brown, N. E, Hindmarsh and B. A. Stephen -12; J. Cope, Rev. H. Childs, J, Jan.'rett 19 v, W. Dawes, VW. Walker, J.1. Tohler 14,
C. W. A. YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 April 1947
C.W. A. YOUNGER SET The monthly meeting of the C.W.A. Younger Set was held in the Rest Rooms on 10th March last. Ther'e was a good attendance of members with the President, Miss L. Martin, presiding. Apologies were received from Mrs. G. Young (Advisory Committee), Misses E. Sand J. Popplewell, J. Marley and N. Hillman. A motion of sympathy to Misses Betty and Beryl Sproule, through the recent bereavement of their mother, Mrs. 'I. Sproule, was carried with all present standing. The Treasurer, Miss M. King, pre sented a financial statement show ing a credit balance obf £46/5/6. A number of letters from England had been received by the Council who had forwarded same to the Sec retary. These letters pr'oved to be of great interest to the members. After discussion, members decided to place £10 at the disposal of Miss A. Trapp for the purpose of compil inug and posting food parcels to Eng- land.' Parcels were to be distributed amongst Hospitals and Institutions.,
REVIEW "THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 April 1947
REVIEW "THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL" The principal feature of the April "Australian Journal" is the first in stalmnent of a new three-part novel by Rett Rouget, former member of the A.I.F. and Middle-East veteran. Rouget's novel is not, however, a war story, but qn exciting ' drama whose central figure is ,an ex-soldier epdeavouring to establish himself in civiliani life, while old companions from a. pre-war criminal past try to drag him back to his former ways. Filled with. action, the story has the elusive quality of suspense, and should prove very, popular. Other =Australian authors,,represented are Rui Chestor,, who writes of Central Australia; Catherine Shepherd, the Tasmanian girl /. whose plays are well-known to A.B.C. listeners; Blanche Maynard, with a pleasant 'irmance about show riders; the ad venturous Keith Douglas Young; Elizabeth Cornish, an ex-army nurse; Rex Grayson, and S. H. Court ier. "The Australian Journal" has always fostered the Australian writ er, a policy which h...
P. & C. ASSOCIATION At Foxground [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 April 1947
P. &C. ASSOCIATION At 'Foground The ,annual meeting, of 'the Fox ground Biroughton Village :Pareirts and :Citizens' Associatio6n.,was held recently in tie Foxgrouind ,School, when the P"resident, Mr. H. C". Davis, ocauibled the chair. , The, aninual ilepor t' suibmitted ,by the Secietary disclosed thlat £35/5/6 had been contributed last, yeai~' "by thm mnheibi s to pay;(!tlhe. .:';Subsl'dised Teacher's salairy Of thi?'"ianido?tnt' Mrs. I. Johnston' had collect~ed £15/5/6 iiron Sthe Biougliton Vii lage i residents and Mi?'. W'.'Mitchell had collected £20 fromi Fboxgrouid' Afteir paying' Miss Davis, the Subsid ised teacier,?, iu to the eind of the liholidays, theire was: a:credit balance of £10. Mr. W 1, Mitchell moved and Mrs.', T. D. Blow,'seconded that this money be refunided:to' "thlie ..'donors who had contributed' over ,' 1. Mr. Doug Blow, moved "an ainend ment that the £10 be diverted to be spefit on 'providing material and improvements' to the school which is now 'func...