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21st BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
21st BIRTHDAY A ihappy p)arity in the Progress Hail at, Minnainurra recently celebrated thlid .coilgn-of-age of Miss Patilicia Chapnmailn. Horrpalrents, Mr.: and iirs, George pChlapman, ent'evtaijled over sixty ,guests,. anid the Hall was' vory i.prettily decorated aiid also specially lighted with electric light. for the ioccasion, Mirs. R. Bush, as smisted by Miss Peggy -.Bush, Miss Bctty, Oates, Mrs. COhaplnail and othoi" ladies ,were,,responsible for the decorattive scheme, and ,the floral desibiis0for1 the tables. Mr,.F. Fulla gar,i of Liverool,;, .presided at the supper, and: with',Mr. G. W. Green wood, congratulated Pat and her payents,, saying how highly they were esteemed at Miunanuimrra. Mr. OChap= man presented his daughter with the; traditional Key of the House, and. she cut and distributed the. beautiful birthday cake with its 21 candled. The evening passed pleasantly with dancing for which Mr: Reg Oates ofliciated as MO, the music being supplied by Mrs. J. Barrett.
SCOUT WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
SCOUT WEEK Scout Wd'? k :will be' celebrated throughout Australia fironm 25th to 30th May, 1947.. .on ,the. South Coast, Scout' Week will opein .with a combined Scouts and Guides O?ivin Seivice at Corrimal on' Sunday afternoon, 25th May. This Annual Service has been 'a' feature of Scouting on the Coast for 24 years and this year,, the function should be bigge, and more spectac ular than, ever before.. ,The Services, being organised ' by a :combined Cominittee of the North Illawarra, Keira, and South 'Illawarra Districts with Commissioner J A'.. Sykes as Chairman. During Scout Week each Group will organise, functions and place Scouting before the public in every town in Auistralia. '
FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
FOOTBALL Albion Park .20 defeated Shell harbour 9, Berry, 7 ddfeated Nowria nil. Pyree d(lfeated Milton at Pyroe. 'on Saturday by 1iS points to 7 after Milton had led by 7 to 0b tit half time. GERRINGONG v. ?KIAMA ' This minatch wais iplayed at Jubilee Park, Gerringong, oni Saturday anid; resulted- in' a 'win for. Kiama by 10 points to 2 .after they had led by 5i to 2 att half-time. The imatelich was hard and fast throughout with the winners defluiitely the superior con-, bijiation. They ieceived it' feast of the baill from ,the scrums and as a result the Gongs ,had to defend for a large proportion: of 'the game. The two tries scored' by Kiama were the r'esults of good play and.1poor (etfence by the Gongs on both occasions.' Gerringong kicked off into the: sun and' play see-sawed for some time\ and from a penalty front fortyyards out F. Pepper failed to goal. A. Pep per picked up a loose pass at ,half way and gained thirty yards before being 'halted by an excellent by N. Love. From ...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
CHURCH :SERVICES' ON SUNDAY NEXTE METHODIST.-Kianma 101?5 ia ? Gerrlingong 11.15! a~n. Kiauna 7 pu.i Rev, I. OC: Clairkl Jalimberoo .1115 am, nShellharbouir730' p;.in .stuideint?: "'PRESBYTE R I AN Kii.i 10 am.? (Children's Service )land 7' p.p n Al` bion Pai'k 11.30,p in Jaimberi0o 2 .p.in; Rev II II. Childs: CHURCH '::OF ENGLIAND:?IT Kiama 7.45 amn.: (H. ,f1 am '(M. P)7 p.i. (E ;P;)Foxgrouniid 10 am?'i (MP) Gerringoing 1i 15 am (Min ) 7 pm (i P): Minnainurra; 3 :pmi- -Rev S'' A. ,Mainstbiie,'Rectoi:' CHURCH OF IENGLAND ;~.ell' iarbour?''1 o?'(??) !i:''(o ;'Jamberoo 730 pnii;, (1P) Rev: A - Edwards, Rector.: CHURCH OF, ENG LAND.Al iiion Pil k 19.1 a i (HIC) Mother's Day' Seirvice -Rev R Gee, Rectoir: CONGREGATIONAL-GerriiigOn.g I a.m. 'ad .30 pin Rev.I H , .. I..awsoii.
CREIGHTON—KING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
CREIGIITON-KING On 19th April last the wedding took place at Christ Church of Eng land, Kiama, of Miss: Molly. ;King, only childeof Mr. and Mrs. R.: King, of Berry, and Mr.: Jack .Creighton, third son of Mr. and Mrs. G'. Creighton, of Terralong 'Street, Kiama. The Rector, Rev. S. A. Mainstone, officiated. Thie bride chose a flock of White American crepe, with a long bodice embroidered with gold and silver. Her,. waist length veil was held in' place by a. white halo hat and she carried a bouquet of white garden Miss Norma Willis, a friend of the bride, was bridesmaid. She wore a frock of pink American crepe with matching hat and carried a posy of pink roses and delphiniums. Mr. Ray Stead, of Kiama, was the best man. During the signing of the register, Mr. H. J. Brooks, of Berry, sang "''All Joy be Thine."' Mrs. King received the guests at the reception held in the C.W.A. Roonis, wearing a grey tailored cos tume with black accessories. She was assisted by Mrs. Creighton who chose a na...
BAND CONTEST AT KIAMA A GREAT SUCCESS Kiama Scoops Pool [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
ev ** . t tn er a e 4 0 f l BAND. CONTEST ___________ ____________________________ AT Ri IAMA A GREAT SUCCES iama Scoops Pool The Band. Contet conducted by the newly formed Far . Southern Group. at''Kiama f;r exceeded, all expectations on, Suday :last. It wvas .glorious ,weather for the occasion and ,the attendance was estimated at between 2000 and 2500. Tle. silooth mnannher in which the contest ,was condu'cted and :ithe at tendance wvasa tribute, to; Mr. Jim Delaney and thei :Committee, com prising niembers of ,the,,Klama Band comiinittee who 0or1 anised the ..Con test.... .. ... Everyone agreed that the Contest was first. class entertainment: and, those who attended, will. be -looking forward to. tlie ,net one. There was a large representation from Albion Park, Qerringong, ..Janim beroo,. Shellharbour. Each of the Bands brought their own supporters and there were pedple pi'esent from Katoomba, Sydney,!.Wollongong and many other centres along, the .coast. Kiama Band Committee cond...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
C V hIEMS MANNING STREET,. KIAMA n * : 1 (:. WARM CLTHINQ FOR THESE COLD DAYS MEN'S DRESSING GOWNS In Heavy Wool Material We have a large range to choose from S MODERATELY PRICED :MEN'S WOOLLEN UNDERWEAR I We stock only the best makes including Golden Fleece, Moileys, Lincoln Mills, etc. 'MEN'S SPORTS COATS We have new stocks of the latest makes j. in assorted colours * a* .-FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS SWe 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 Call and Inspect them. AT, C. V. ZIEMS MANNING STREET T .r TELEPHON 1,67 . . KIAMA Claude L. Knight, F.I.O. (By Exam.) OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERRALONG ST., KIAMA PHONE KIA 7. Berry visited every Wednesday. SAlbion Park 1st & Std Tuesdays Dapto, Mondays 7.30 to 9 p.m. GEORGE MARTIN LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR All Classes of Electrical Work Address TERRAL...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
TILE TIDES The following times are taken as at Fort Denison, Sydney. Kiama is approximately 20 minutes later: MAY Thursday, Sth--High: 10.21 a.m. 10.30 p.m. Low 4.31 a.m. 3.59 p.m. Friday, 9th-High: 11;5 a.m. 11.10 p.m. Low: 5.14 a.m. 4.36 p.m. Saturday, 10th-High: 11.55 a.m. 11.55 p m. Low 6 a.m. 5.16 p.m. , Sunday, 11th-High 12.51 p.m.: Low 6.50 a.m. 6.6 p.m. Monday, 12th-High: 12.45- a.m. 1.54 p.m. Low: 7.45 a.m. 7.7. p.m. Tuesday, 13th-High: 1.39 a.m. 2.56 p.m: Low: 8.41 a.m. 8.15 p.m. Wednesday, 14th-High: 2.38 a.m. 3.52 p.m. Low: 9.34 a.m. 9.21 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These coupons may be used at Spresent: '.TEA`-13-24 (13-16. expire May 25th, 17-20 expire June.' 22nd, 21-24 expire July 20th) new, coupons 25-28 available on May "26th.. SSUGER-S7-S12 (expire JuIly 20) New coupons S13-S14 available May 26th. BUTTER-16-18 (expire May 25). New coupions. 19-21 available May 26th.. SMEAT-Black. 36-39, green 41 andt,_ 43. (expire May 25th) New coupons black 40-42, green 45 and 47 avail- able May 26th. 1,;CLOT.HIlNG-Z57-112 and 1-56 (1947). Z57-112 expire June 30. PETROL-Feb-lMarch issue closes coultry .post offices anid Fuel Board; Mai'ch 29. . Coupons have double face value. All pink special food coupons, 1945-46, will remain currient until June 30, 1947.
WEDDINGS FOOKES—WATERS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
WEDDINGS , , FOOKES-WATERS" '.". The wedding was celebrated :on 6t1h; Apiril at: OChrist Chuirch, Kiama, vhen Miss Maijorie Waters, eldest datighter of Mis; V. M. Wateist . of Kiami an nd 1thiq te R. Watei s, was: mail'tied to Mir. Robei t Fobokes eldi' est 'son of :Mir. and Mis` L:ýR :'Foolkesi of, Kianiai The Rev, A H.:Edivards,: oficiated. The Church was beautifully dec orated by irelations and ".fi'ieids of the biride. ; The bride, who wvas given away,by her uncle, Mr:. S. Bolin, l''ooked 'charming in a gowli of white satin,. withl he, embroidered tulle' veil hield; in' place with a coi'onet of orange;, blossoms. Her bou'quet i?was" of white cactus dahlias and cam iatiu?is.. Miss, Nola Waters attehded;li her sister as bridesmaid and chose ';a.. frock of ice-blue taffeta. .He ,nimatch ing veil was held in place with "a spray, of- red rose , buds and, her bouquet was of red 'cactuis dahlias and roses. Mr. -,.Allan Fookes, ;brother of .the bridegroom, acted as best minln.,;, Mirs. ...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
PJERSONAL ` K'''I Rev R R. S. Brow of IIabe:filldiis the guest o1 Mr. and Mis.: .P. Noble, of Geringong, .Mr.9' ',I- T: MP1lcr31'o, o G~e rin1i'ig;4i4~ at piesent hoilday ingat Giafton - "vMir and 4i A Siilnks' Cul ' walla; 1Jambei '5do' acciompaniedt;,'y Messrs .:. ITvi ?neiand A}lwyn?lF?rd ericks, of Jamblerooaic atre piesent touring, the Noitli Coast, :Mi R" 1Lov; of? O inegab'', is" at; resent- hloldayi in u Qeensland: visiting. hise bro tli er Mri: LL~ove:'"r, I ' dBerry, arei oisiting: thei son' M:!N .C;i: .'; .v? ::"~!?' ;,,'';?,,,., : N elson . K:",,'/ ,, 4 . ::' ,:
TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
TO THE .EDITOR Sir,-Some weeks ago I caused a circular to be issued to ratepayers of the Municipality setting out the details and facts of the above pro-' posal by my Council. 'I, have, since seen a circular is sued by a "Ratepayers Committee" which attempts to refute the state ments contained in my letter. I would like to say here and now that the contents of the "Ratepaye'rs Committees" circular are a distor tion of the facts and an attempt to "cloud" the issue. - I would crave indulgence to re-. ply to this misleading circular and propose to deal with. each paragraph in the order in which it appears on the circular. (1) "The anticipated rentals from professional and other offices in the building can be disregarded, as re-. peated attempts by professional nien to establish practices have failed ow ing to lack of population in Albion Park." The only private professional prac tices' over established in Albion Park are still flourishing viz:. a doc tor and solicitor. Rentals therefor...
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
OP.ENN ,COUMN.a L'[ii".or the ilisciussioji ,bfmiatters',o oiubilic or politicail lite? est We, do iot:,iecessiaily;ioli Lheli ainc, evlws *P end orsethe opinioisi expiessed ty' ci'respouideits] ; rO THE EDITOR :, Silr; ,-A few , days;' agoI,'"I;? i;received an. anonymous: let e n A casual ,glance gave eie t? e tiiulires ýmioi:tlat:?sbme person, vwas tryiing to liiuin'morou, A few: days 'latei, a nreport "camnefro, i o Albion Park hto the effect tlhat the sam letter was iboing ireceived Iby a l?ige nuiiniber o1 persons andiid : that in "some cases, at least; Shellhai'boui' Ratepayer's Confiiittee wvas creditedi withi au th orshiii Tihis" caused ine to give the lotter close pIerusal I tlihen noticed that th'e enivelope ',bore Shellharbour Post inark. 1 wish to"?statethat the Conimittee of whichi I ain Chairmian, has ino ,iknowledge of? the autlloiship? of the letter and is of the opinion that salie did not originate? in Shellhai liour at all: Fi'rom .tihe outset of this movemeint iii...
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
GOLF Play iu.tlin e second round of the Knight Cup oni Saturday -last re sulted: - K. Pearce ........: .93 28 65 E.. Evans ... .... 96 27 69 B. Moore'... .. .. 106 '36 70 S. J. S. Boyd .. .. 103 30 73 G. Alkin .... ...... 111 36 =75 A. Boyd .. ....,. ....107. 30 77 Rev. M. Irish .. .. .... 95 17 78 C. S. -Boyd .. ....... 93 14, 79 W. Peck .. .. ....88 8 80 J. R. Briggs ........ 120 36 84 Oil Saturday next Kiania Club will hold the third and final round of the Knight Cup and an 18 holes Stroke competition in conjunction. The following is the draw: E. Evans v. C. Boyd; '"G. Alkin V. Rev. Irish; B. "Moore v. G. Coun; M. Briggs v. F. Curry; S. Boyd v. K. Pearce; H. Brown v. J. Richard son; Dr. Stephen v. C. Mosckos; W. Walker v. Gi Bloonifield; W. -Peck' v. A. Boyd; 'J. King v. F. 'Sullivan; J. .Jarratt v. J. Oates; 'M. Evers' v. J. Davies. ' 1 An Associates invitation mixed Foursome will be held on Sunday, 11th May. Play commences at 1.15 p.m. '
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
iiO Stitiurday last Kiama .t Clua' visited Anzac Rifle Range to lre?-?' matchwith Sydney Rifle Club iSh?otini ; coI IIn ced at i a andmiliibrs ', the team'; we e? diable idig I d Club ,aittei ,which th e seconed stage vas fired, Sydney; won the match by 25 poinffts 'Fled Curry put:; 'on"' the ' e . t o e?' 9S which: Was, lour;' `,points ..-,better; hanl his near est opponent. Conditions wen 20 sh.ots in. .two tag'es art 600 yards KIAMA ' ,:~~~~.............: ?DE.':.. ,':., C'E ReAn: diew . 48 '.47` . 95 A'. Theliw :": .,. 44 4993, o (Ge . 46 45 91 ~t 'lexnde ~ .46,-A4 ;90 0. Jle.id .. 39 49' 0. Andew .';9:..:, i,::'4 41:90 , L. Bonifice . .. 5 40 85 T. Hardy,' . . 45 38 83 . Biowin .. . . 39 )40' 91 A i Weston .. .. 39 78 COUNTED OUT , K. Boeniface . .. . .. 38?. 77 F, Hlardy . ... 3 37 75 C' Morgan . 33 40 73 R Wheeldon 37.. . . .. 35 72 SYDNEY J' Owiern n . 9. 45 94 E. Greien .... . . .. 4647 93 P Smith .. .. ..48 45 93 J. Andrew ... . 48 44 92 H. Bye .. .. .. ..44 47 91 J. Windle...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL On Sunday the Wollongong Am bulance , was returniing from* Kan garoo Valey and when travelling up Collins Street the accelerator janm med and it collided with a car near O'Keefe's Garage. A patient in the Ambulance and the driver ;both es caped injui'y but the waggon suffer ed some damage. A. J. Campbell reports a good clearing sale at Toolijooa on Thurs day last on. account. of Mr. J. 'S. Williams wheri there was a large. attendance of buyers. The top pliice in the herd was £30, the whole herd averaging £20/10/-: A line of yearlihg heifers £9; Poddy £7; bull, .2 year: old £25; Horses £33. A line of heifeirs sold on account of Mr. Ellison realised £31/10/- and averaged £23. On account of Mr. Latimer heifers made to £23, with an average of over £20. , Top price of the day was ;a Junior Farmers heifer owned by. Jim Stewart which realised £ 34/10/-. "
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
in Memoriam, TIICKNESS EIn 'lo?ing imemiory of ouir? deai son, Lyle,' who ? w'as killed! '1st -May;, 1940. Seven sad years" liave 'passed away, And still our heairts are rsore Andi.as theyears pa s. by .:deair son, We miss you morie and more.:, When days aie dark anid frienids are -ew . Dear son how wo long .for you Friends are friends when they are true, . But o':h deai son tlihere's none like, you Our' liearts would .be happy our hoime woulid be bright If only dear son 'we had you to-night. --ihserted by his lovinig. mother and father. TIHICKNESSE-Ii'n loving memory of our darling birothei', Lyle, who was killed 1st May, 1940 Brother', is? gone but not foirgotten, Noir is the good advice:l he gave,' Sweetest thoughts shall eyer linger,. Around onir dalinig brothers grave. -Inseited by. his loving twin brother aniid sister-in-law, Saim, Grace and children. WE)DN EKSDAYi l MAgi 7, 1947i .WEDNE"SDAY, MAY 7,.1947'
"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
"ROUNDABOUT" .~ r . ... .* .. + - SY "'THE MAN IN THE STREET" Saturday's first rounid of South Coasts Lea ue ''1*tcie'a' p#eh to s electonr for some .iplayers in' the Coast team to 'play '' Illawarra, 'at Jamberoo nexi Satirday. Results vere not surprising.. Kiama, appa'r ently carried ,too many guns for Gelr ringong in the match of the day and won comfortably. The premiers of ias' year, seem ,likely' to play a big part ,iin this .year'& 6competition Shellharbouir, although beaten by Albion Park did very well consider ,ingme eAft tiat they had: to scratch up a team at' the last minute. '-Eii thusiasm seems to be lacking in the Siiilliharbour camp arid it is bad bus iness .to get off toa tardy.start. 'Tis .o be 'hoped that Ernie Dawes stirs up a bit now that he has been re iistated as President. Some wag round Albion Park has circularised a ;few people . with a spot of information he the proposed new Council Chambers which is the subject of next Saturday's Referen dum. He sug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 May 1947
DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers, Green grocers. Deliveries daily to" Ki area. Jamberoo and ..Shellharbour, Phone 185. J. CURRY, Plumbers' Supplies. Ter ralong S,treet. Phone.169. COOK &.DY.ER, Fruit and Confec tionery. Terralong Street, Kiama. Phone 173. HIRE SERVICE, Day or night. Phone ,92: ."CLIEM:'KEIR, Manning `Street. Cars washed 'and cleaned. O. H. BLAIR, Hairdresser and To bacconist. Razors and Scissors Sharpened. Manning Street. 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. R. HOLDEN, the oldest. established Butchers in the dis 'rict. Mannuing Street. Phone 22. JAMBEROO P?IYOR BROS., General Storekeepers Phone 9. Jamberoo. FREDERICKS' GENERAL STORE. GREEN :COUPONS Given Freely. Phone 6, Jamberoo. ,W SNEW SSEASON'S Si GOODS I'C' 5' i?h WOOL FROCKINGS S omen's & Children'sKNITTED WEAR : Women's & ...