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MEMORIAL TOWN HALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947
MEMORIAL TOW HIALL Tfr Ihb-I naii Municpihfl Cotuncil hias' 'been Gosidering the' provision `o ak Memori.ia Towni, Hall; ;w l"c uld; include a Clu6 :Roo fo~r, ex-seivice'o peisonnieli The Council;is of the opinion that Kiama shouldhliave a ,public all '-rib .'nina, Iuni iaeip lig:, ewith oadequate i and modisuppe room 'accommodation which would Ie ravailable :i- public iunctioni' ed local- cai'altablef idi aifilan thiropiic omganiiations ';and also con slders. sp ovision:: should be. made ;' foi' x-members of theserices tohave' a fClub Room nand 'Social Centi''e It .is coiisideied tiat' a buildin incoipoiating hese features would bie most de~iiable `and:'be 'ýti flttingb ?1emoi' al to those whb se ved in the Armed ?orces'' and 1those who iad? the Supineme .sacrifice: As'the, proposed, biuilding would cost some thousands of .pounds, Council has decided to call a public; imeeting of all citizens to discuds the proposal, and to devise ways and nieans of finaincing the pioject. The jubl...
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947
CRICKET Followin'. are the batting and bowing iverd'ges of the Jamberoo Cricket Club for the season just com pleted:- / BATTING 1. Number of Innings;: 2, Not out; 3. Highest score; '4. uiins; 5. Aver age. 12 3 4 5 C.. Marks .. 14 - 163 553 39.5 J. Muriphy .. 5 1 312 22.4 KI Rbson 14. 3 55 2?24 20.4 W. Richardson ii' - 38 195 17.8 W. Gibson .. 8 2 30 83 13.9 rW. Boxsell- ... 8 2 17.. 82 13.7 D. Fredericks 10 2 55 108 13.5 N. Spinks .. 3 1 19 27 13.5 W. Pryor .. 14 - 33 168 12 B. Hogan . 9 2 40 70 10 W. Jones .. 10 3 18 66 9.5 K. Irvine .. 13 3 20 90 9 A. Pryor .. 10 - 12 48' 4.8 BOWLING S1. Number of Overs; 2. Maidens; 3. Runs; 4.. Wickets; 5. Average. 1 2 3 4 5. N. Spinks .. 21 3 56 6 9.3 D. Fredericks 99 19 297 27 11 V. Richardson 33 2 152 13 11.7 K. R'o0son .. 32 2 11i9 9 13.3 C.. Marks, .. i59 35 393 29 13.5 W, Jones .. 40 1 277 .17 16.3 K. Irvine ..36 4 175 10 17.5 J. Murphy .. 17 1 88 5 17.6 A, Pryor .. 33 3 171 9 19 CATCHES W. Pryor 8, W. Richardson 8, C. Marks 7, D. Frederick...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947
BEST BY TEST FORI PESTS iWhy not call us now my friends, :And have your worries at an end, 3For we are certainly the best To put an end to all your pests. THOMAS ROACHE and Sons i Commer???l Entomologists Specialising in White Ant and Borer Control. Head Office: Agents: Box 26 P.O. J. McAuliffe :Hornsby Jamberoe Tel. 87i Phone Frank Frost :JU 1529 Wollongong 334 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i:::' BUY LOCKETT'S AMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. DIRECTORY KIAMA WWINDSOR BROS.; Fruiterers, Green grocers. Deliveries daily to Ki. ama. Jamberoo and Shellharbour. Phone 185. J. CURRY, Plumbers' Supplies. Ter ralong Street. Phone 169. COOK & DYER, Fruit and Confec tionery. Terralong Street. Kiama. Phone 173. HIRE SERVICE, Day or night. Phone 92. CLEM *'KEIR, Manning Street. Cars washed and cleaned. 1O. H. BLAIR, Hairdresser and To bacconist. Razors and Scissors Sharpened. Manning ..treet. J. MANCY. Representative for West. ern Assurance Co.. Fire. Personal S...
BE KIND TO ANIMALS WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947
BE KIND TO ANIMALS WEEK The Royal Society for the Preven tion of Cruelty to Animals, N.S.W., is holding its annual '.'Be Kind to Animals Week" from the 8th to the 17th May. The purpose of "The Week" is to remind all who own animals or have animals, including birds, in their charge that they have an oblig ation always upon them to see to it that they are humanely treated, pro vided with clean " water, sufficient food and proper shelter and exercise. A reminder, also, that there are laws in force in this State for pro tecting animals against cruelty ii any form and, filially, a reminder that "there never was, never is and never will be any excuse for cruelty or ill-treatment in any form." Cruelty is inexcusable. To those engaged in the pastoral industry without the -horses and dogs they would be useless. With their aid you earn your liv ing, recognise this and give them the fair deal that they are legally and morally entitled to. Have a kindly thought for domestic pets, they also fulf...
SECOND GRADE BATTING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 14 May 1947
SECOND QRADE BATTING W. Boxsell.. 6 - 52 134 26.8 C. Hamilton 12 2 '102 267 26.7 E. Marks .. 5 - 39 105 21 C. Dawes .. 14 2 30 224 18.7 A. Fredericks 11 1 47 178 17.8 S. Dare .. 8 -- 35 87 10.7 J., Byrne .. 12-1 35 100 9.1 Ray Harris .. 9 - 59 79 8.8 Roy Harris . 10 5 15 38 7.6 V. Fleming .. 8 1 14 35 5 W.' Trapp .. 3 - 11 13 4.3 E. Fredericks 10 2 6 30 3.7 S. Ritledge 10 - 16 37 3.7 R. Rutledge . 4 2 4 4 2 BOWLING Ray Harris .. 40 6 114 18 6.3 V. Fleming .. 22 1 125 15 8.3 S. Rutledge .. 103 12 .378 30 12.6 C. Hamiton 82 17 241 18 13.3 E. Fredericks 61 10 200 15 13.3 J. Byrne .. 29' 4 96 7 13.8 R. Rutledge 20. 2 99 4 24.7 CATCHES C. *.Hamilton 8,- C. Dawes 6, A. Fredericks 5, .J. Byrne 5, E. Freder icks 3, E. Marks 1, S.- Dare 1, W. Trapp 1, Roy Harris 2, V. Fleming 1, S. Rutledge 1.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
KI'AMA, k1 RADOSER VICE S. .SELDON. COCKS PHONE: Kiama 6 . WHITE i ANTS ' COKROACHES', BORERS FUMIGATIONS ETC. Consult H. W. POWELL & C9. 72 PITT ST., SYDNEY LICENSED FUMIGATORS ESTIMATES FREE - - - ALL WORK GUARANTEED Regular Inspections Arranged District Representative: S G. MORTON, 215 Crown Street, Wollongong, Phone: 1068 FARMS ' WANTED Of All Descriptions URGENT FOR CASH BUYERS SUBMIT PARTICULARS IMMEDIATELY. USUAL CHARGES NO SALE-NO, 'COMMISSION BASIS Send for Questionnaire Form Sydney's `Farm Specialists Pty. Ltd. 28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY PHONE B 1188, after hours FU 5950 :INTERNATIONAL: TRUCKS INTERNATIONAL THE full range includes utilities, light, medium, and heavy-duty Internationals in capacities from half ton to ten tons. Ask us NOW for full informatioL. See your local International Harvester Co. Agent " J. N. King and Sons Pty. Ltd. KIAMA & WOLLONGONG - Phone Kiama 151, W'gong 636 BE WISE-SHOP AT .... R.W. HUGHES, CHEMIST Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
ANTED-House lid small area , of lanid in Mmni urra, Shell harbour 'or Kiaina, jar water. Par ticulars to W. Co leroy, C/o Post Office, Minnamurra HOME EXCHAG +Any person desiring to ex nge tenancy 0of home in Kiama e in Wollon gong please enqu e at A. JI. STEWART, Terra ng Street. E spepialise in growing" seed potatoes for earl 'planiters. Varieties-Hall's White Prolifics, Up-to-Date or Factoi'r. Single ,or double set. Prices :17/6' per single bag. £13 per single .ton:? £12 ,per ton '4 ton lots or over. Cash with orders. We pay freight to nearest railway station, N.S.W. HALL & SON"'-McALISTER CROOKWELL LINE AN INTEREST FOR RETIRED BUSINES MEN 0NE of the oldest Briti Colonial Insurance org~ nisa ons, The Union Insurance oci Of Canton Liinited, establis ed 1835 whose assets exceed 8 ion pounds, is seeking the servic s of a part-time representative fo thjs district.. The Society conduc all classes of in surance busins e ept Life and if this catches he e of any person interested...
Gerringong v. Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
Gerringong v. Jamberoo Miss A. Murphy and Mrs. W. Boxsell (Jamberoo) /v. Mesdames R. Niddrie and A. Parsons (Gerrin gong) 6-5; v. Mrs. W. H. Bailey arid Miss U. Miller 6-3; v. Mesdames L. Watson and G. Young 6-4 Mesdames E:. Marks and N. Bolton v. Mrs. W: H. Bailey and Miss. U. Miller 6-2; v. Mesdames L. Watson and G. Young 3-6; v. Mesdames R. Niddrie and A. Parsons 3-6. Mesdames H: Cooper and C. Jones v. Mesdames L.. Watson and G. Young 2-6; v. Mesdames R. Niddrie and A. Parsons 0-6; v. Mrs. W. H. Bailey,.and Miss U. Miller 5-6. Gerringong. 5 sets 44 games to Jamberoo 4 sets 37 games.
TENNIS LADIES COMPETITION Kiama C. of E. v. Shellharbour [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
TENNIS LADIES COMPETITION / \ Kiama C. of E. v. Shellharbour Mrs. Robb and Miss A. Weir (C. of E.) v. Mrs. Bush,and Mrs, Sand erson (Shellharbour) 3-6; v. Mrs. Buckley and Mrs. Jordan 6-1; v. Mrs. Baggs and Miss Hockey 6-1. SMrs. Laye and. Mrs; Palin v. Mrs. Buckley and, Mrs. Jordan 6-5; v. Mrs. Baggs and Miss. Hockey 6-2; v. Mrs, Bush and .Mrs. Sanderson 0-6. Mrs. Spinks and Miss R. Alexander v. Mrs. Baggs and Miss Hockey 6-0; v. Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Sander son 0-6; v. Mrs. Buckley and Mrs. Jordan 6-2. Church of England "i sets 39' games to Shellharbour 3 sets 29 games.
THE WIRE SHORTAGE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
THE WIRE SHORTAGE M'. Allan Fraser, our Federal Member, has been pressing on the Federal Minister, for Works aiid barbed :wire and .wire netting, and he suIpplies? the latest advice which ter for. the information of those in-. terested. In : aletter to Mr. Fraser, dated 24th April, 1947, the Minister for, Wortks anid: Housing, Mr. Lem mon, states: "I have to adivise that the present riate of production,.of iyire netting is considerably :Ielow that which ob tained before the commnencement of hostilities. ` This reduction in l1o duction is ?due to the fact that one' of thea largest producers. has been uiniable to obtaiin sufficient manpower to permit of the recommencement of the manufacture of fine annealed and galvanised: wire since the cos sation of hostilities. "My Departmnent 'has been :pro gramming the manufactiurers' pro duction since the cessation of hos tilities in order to ensure a balanced produetion of essential wires,,. and this has resulted in an increase in production of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
WHEATEN, OATEN, LUCERNE NEWPRO DAIRY MEAL, CRUSHED OATS, LUCERNE HAY, SEED OATS (Algeria, Mulga, Belah, Sunrise and Fulgrahum) IN STOCK " .,Thermax Copper Sani-Lid OUtfit" WUDAGLOSS JELLY SOAP, & WUNDAGLOSS ODOURLESS SLIQUID'SOAP for. cleansing of all dairy utensils. WUNDAGLOSS EUCALYPTUS SOAP for cleansing cow bails. WUNDAGLOSS CARBOLIC.CLEANER for painters and mech anics. S WUNDAGLOSS POLISHING CREAM FOR CARS AND FURNITUDE N.SoW. PRODUCE CO. PTY LTD Manning Street - Kiama RING & ORDER NOW-KIAMA 210 Agents for:-NEPTUNE OIL, MASSEY HARRIS & YATES' SEEDSr FOR VALUE AND SATISFACTION,: : WE OFFER : : POTTERY VASES from 10/8 each SBAKELITE SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS R- 2/-pr. :.Aluminium PIE DISHES from 2/- each FOR GROCERY, HARDWARE AND : SMALLGOODS * 0' PHONE 138 P J. DAVIES SGENERAL STORE, NORTH KIAMA * " THE FACTORIES' VETERINARY SERVICE I VETERINARY OFFICER: PHONE KIAMA 221 THE FARMERS' OWN ORGANISATION Bringing skilled Veterinary Service to Stockowners i...
JUNIOR FARMERS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
JUNIOR FAR ERS" A meeting, of the Illawa rra Dis trict Council of Junior' Farmers Clubs ,was leld. in Kiama oii 29th April, Chief Among items.,, discussed was, the necessity of maintaining the ed ucational value of .,Club :,Shows' and Junior Farmers sections at Agricul tural Shows by, pn iitting only those exhibits Which coie firoin true project wovrk on behalf of the meim The Council decided to penalise by expulsion from their Clubs any miembersi whose -:Showv exhibits were not bona-flde or, could not offer a satisfactory explanation' when. called upon. . This applied to, all Show exhibits, in the case of cattle entries only those which. carried the ' J.F.O. tatto could .be cornsidered for entry. The ?iregulation for thei tattooing of club salves is to be' rigidly en forced: This year's calves must all be tattooed by the end of October and no. calves under any cli'cunm stainces wvill be accepted' after that date. No other stock from previous yeairs will be mairked. In addition it. ...
GRANT To Buy Land for Park At Shellharbour [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
GRANT To Buy Land for Park At Shellharbour, The Minister for Lands (Mr. W, F. Dunn, M.L.A.,) has written to Mr. H. T.. Fowles, M.L.A.'as follows: "With further reference to your personal representations on behalf. of the Shellharbouir . Municipal Council relative to the proposed acquisition of Lot 24 and part of Lot 23, Wollongong Street, Ocean Beach Estate, Shellharbour, for public recreation purposes I desire to inform you that I have now ap proved of the contribution by this Department of half the cost of ac quisition of the subject lands, or a maximum contribution of. £125, shoild the cost of acquisition exceed £250, provided the Council furnishes any undertaking, under its seal, to fo*.i.when called upon, half the cost sr all costs over and above the Department's contribution of £125. Upon receipt of the undertaking, the Department will take the nec essary action to acquire the lands and to ultimately reserve the area for' Public Recreation and to place it under the control of ...
KIAMA C.W.A. YOUNGER SET [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
KIAMA C.W.A. YOUNGER SET The monthly meeting of the Ki ama C.W.A. Younger Set was held in the Rest Rooms on Monday night last. Twelve members were present with Miss L. Martin (President) in the chair. The President extended a well come to new niembers Misses Roma O'Brien and Ilma Martin. A report was furnished that the letter received by -the Secretary stating Miss Bennett was to have attended the Leadership School came to hand after the School had com menced and therefore the delegate was unable to represent the Branch. The Younger Set Bazaar was set down for the third Monday in July. The Choir, under the leadership of Mrs. Oakes, would provide the Musical programme. supper would be supplied. Members were request ed to bring articles for sale on stalls that night. Owing to the dance scheduled in June, falling on the same night as the C.W.A. Ball at Gerringong, it was decided that the dance be mov ed forward. to Tuesday night, 24th June, to enable members to attend the later functio...
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
GERRINGONG CLUB. Gerringorig first. graders . journ~ey to Nowra this .(S?turday) gfternoon to meet, tlle' locals in what should prove to. be an interesting gaiie. As both teeinms were defeated, in their first ; ound miatches. :tlpey will he keen to open their point scoring list to-day. Injuries have upset the Gongs team nand J. Cronin, and, N. Sharpe will . be .absentees. They, will be replaced by ,0.. ove and Colin Sharpe.' The team i:-- O. Liove, J. Sharpe, N. Miller, E. Miller, .C. Slmharpe, K. Johnson, T. Quin,, 'G. O'Sullivan, N. Dove,, R:. Grahal, D. Slarpe, W. Miller, K. Miller. . Bus fo;, Nowra leaves Noble Bros. shop at" 2, p.n, The. Gerringong Juniors' are at home in opposition to Berry and this. should provide followers with a good game. Thile teams met twice earlier in the season in trial games and each side won, one game so it can be seen, they afd fairly, evenly matched. The Gongs will be regre sented, by N. Gemmnill, G. O'Sullivan, F. Parkhill, R. Mayo, B. Cooke, B. C...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
CHURCH SERVICES ,ON SUNDAY :NEXT METHODIST-Klailnia 10.15 aiil;. .and q p.m. (Subject "Gloriotis Lib, erty") Jamnbeiop 11.15 a.mi.. (Coin I nunion) .Rev. R. C. Clark; Geirli? goniig '11.15 a.m. Mr,.T. IElleringtobii, PRESBYTERIAN=-Kiaiia 10 'aJ,. and 7 p.m.; Janiberoo ::11:30 a?.a;ni Miiinamurira 3 ,ipii..,Re? .l?Childs. CHURCH :OF ENGLAND--KianIm 7.45 aanm. (I-C);,1l: nm. (MP),'7 7lpi (EP)'; Foxgi.ound 10. a.nm. (1MP);. Q?e'I riigoiig i.15 aiiii." (MP);'7m pan: (EP) Rev.' SA:. Miallstonoe, Rector, CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Albion Park 7.156p iin ? (EEP)-,Rev. T:: Gee', Rector.? ' C'HUR'CI-, OF ENGLAND-Shel-: harbour ',11"ait .(HC); Jamberoo 7.30 p.m'i?,P) 'Rev A. IHIE? , varids, Rector. : . CONGREGATIONAl?~Gerringon?g? 11 *a.m.'and7 lI. v. H 01. L.awson.
FOOTBALL KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
FOOTBALL KIAMA CLUB This week-en1 the three Kianima teams travel away from the town. The .flrsts and Juniors journey to. Shellharbour whilst, tlhe Reserves go to Janberoo.' The first, grade side is a depleted onle: as three of their regulars ;are..in, the Group 7 team playing at, Pictou. on sunday. James Gannon is 'untler suspension .whilst McAdam aind F Hardy are not naval able.. Thus ,.tlie first grade team is not quite up to?stanidard but should account for, Shelllhabour' the wooden' spooilers of last season. Natuialy' tihe Reserve Grade team is a weak one also and they' are up against a hard team ini Jamberoo, last year's premiers. However the : Reserve Grade team .picked to play in very keen and a close game should re-, sult. The teams are as follows:.- First Grade--C. Hardy, N. Bur= ton, R. White, W, Burton, IR. Aiken; J. Blanch, R. Cambrell, F. King, A. Gannon, B Andrews, A. Millar; S.: Weir, J. Creighton. Reserve Grade-B. Robb, J. Mitchi ell, HII. )George K. Evans K, Holz, J...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
I Memoriam EBBS--In loving,, :memory ','of our clear~ib'rotheir, Joseph George,. who deiparted this life 19th May, ;'9,4i aged 31 years. To bel wilth us in the sameo oidwvayr,' Would lie our. dearest wish to-day, Till meimory '.fades' aind life' departs, 'You. will live for, ever, in our hearts'. No eye 'dloth see us w'eep;," For the one. we lov?d' so dear, But still within our hearts, Your inemory'y 'dear Joe lives there. -inserted by; his loving sister Lill and bi othe'r in-laiv Stan EBBS-li? 'loving memory of my Biair' nephew, -Joe, wlio 'depirted this life 19th May, 19145.: Loving 'memories inever die, As years :roll oii'"land': days go by,: Treasurcd .thoughlts of one so dear, Often brlings a:, silenlt tear.'' -inserted by' his, l.oving Uncle Tomi. EBBS-In loving memory of our dear Uncle Joe, .who departed this life 19th May, 1945. We lost an' uncle: with hear t of gold, Who was moreo to us than wealth untold,: , Unseen by the world he stands, by our side, And whispers, "Doin't...
MEMORIAL HALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
MEMORIAL HALL The Kiama Municipal Council con siders its pi'oposal to construct a Memorial Town Hall and Club Roonms for ex-Service personnel will provide a, much needed want, as both halls at. present are, :privately owned. It is considered that a pub lic hall should be provided for civ ic and social functions of local com mittees who require funds to enable them to carry on their' work'. Council proposes to incorporate modern and, up-to-date facilities ,for preparing and serving ,supper, and thereby assist the bafid of ladies who work tinder difficult conditions at the various, balls thi'roughou't the year. The Council has called a public meeting in the douncil Chambers on Thursday, 29th. May, at 7.30 p.m. and confidently hopes, that- there will be a large and representative attend ance of citizens, in order that the proposal might be fully' discussed and if considered favourably, to de, vise ways and means of raising funds for that purpose.. The Town Clerk advises that this propo...