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KIAMA POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
KIAMA POLICE, COURT Mr. A, E. Hodgson, S.M.,, had i, shortlist before him at Kiama Couit of Petty Sessions on Wednesday last. LICENCING COURT Permission was- granted to Mr. Phillpot, licensee, of 'the Grand Hotel, to make alterations to the.priemiises. COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS Joseph Collier Was charged with driving a motor lorry withliout hold ing a license, and with. crossing a double centre line. , He pleaded guilty, to both charges and explained that he hiad hel?? license 'prior to goilig. into calnp and on hlis discharge liad driven the lorry to see his father, who was very ill. . He was fined .£2 on the ;first charge and £5 on the second. Two defendants were charged with car?iying a pillion rider whilst the holder of an original license and were each fined 30/- and 8/- cost. John Warren .Davis pi'oceeded agaiist Harry Williams for the. sur render of premises "Illuka," ''Pur Pur Avenue, Lake Illawarra South. Davis -.said he had owned the house for 15. months. Williams had been a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
I V I IM MA NNING, STREET, KIAMA *WARM. ., ý' _ . CLOTHING FOR THESE COLD DAYS MEN'S DRESSING GOWNS In Heavy Wool Material Wo have a large range to choose from MODERATELY PRICED ttt J MEN'S WOOLLEN UNDERWEAR i N WWe stock only the best makes including SGolden Fleece, Morleys, Lincoln Mills, etc. SMEN'S TSPORTSE COATS We have new stocks of the latest makes in assorted colours FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS We 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 linmes Call and Inspect them. AT a C. V. ZIEMS MANNING STREET TNELEPHONE 1T7 KIAMA Claude L. Knight, F.I.O. (By Exam.) OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERRALONG ST., KIAMA PHONE KIA 7. Berry visited every Wednesday. Albion Park 1st & 3rd Tuesdays Dapto, Mondays 7.30 to 9 p.m. ^*o^«»^»aE^«momu>434Eg.4 GEORGE MARTIN LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR All Classes of Electrica...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
STHE TIDES , The ?following times are taken. as at Fort Denison, Sydney. Kiama is approximately 20 minutes later: MAY:. Saturday 17th-High: 5.25 a.m. and 6.7 p.m.;' Low: 11.41 a.m; Sunday 18tlih-High: 6.15 a.m. and 6.49' p.m.; 'Low: '12.8 a.m. and 12.21 p.m. Monday 19th-High: 7.5 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.; Low: 12.59 a.m. and 1:2 'p.m. Tuesday 20tli--High: 7.54 a.m. and 8.12 p.m.; Low:. 1.50 a.m. and 1.45 p.m. * Wednesday 21st-High: 8.44 a.m. arid 8.58 p.m.; Low: 2.42 a.m. and 2.30 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These coupons may be used at present: TEA---13-~24 (13-16 expire May 25th, '17-20 expire June 22nid,. 21-24. expire July 20th) ,new coupons 25-23 available .on May 26th. SUGAR S7--Si2' (expire July 20) New coupons S13-S14 available May 26th. / SBUTTER-16?8 '(expir'e May ?25). New, coupons 19-21 availablie t?y 26th. MEAT--Black 36-42, -green 41 ,?o. 47 (expire May 25)., New Coupons black 43-46, green 49 and 51 available, May 26. CLOTHING-Z57-112 and,, 1-5G (1947). Z57-112 expire June 30:' All pink. "Special food coupons; 1945-46. willi.renmitn current until June 30, 1947.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
3een ,iointed o t6 the Kianma ',Di ',' t 1 :'i ,1 rl "' ý ý .I" V : ' i ' ,"q. - ' t " : i ' ?' i" - ' ýr r.ýi~ l,,V .;: :ti ri sent, on .;holiday h'and is the 'g''ue Lof Mr~i~s,1I Duggaii, ofShoal,,vno it Kiarna PEN COLUMN ' li'or ,odist sio . i oi test? ' e r' d not necessailly, hold lth ? 'sanie vie ws, il endoise 'the opinions et ressed by c 'ore DoIi tnts: TO THE EDITOR' S ,~ayIbe peinii ted to e ply to;"One: of th Public" ien iaiks in Oen Colun 'May 14th Re the 'Kialna Bau''izd Contest;' 1 No: doubt you nuust e ' ste in music 6i you would' not have takcn the ttouble towite as ou?' did; but as for advetising the ?Ba Contest, I thin .the Kiaia Piess dlid a good job in the write up of the contest riesults:. Also a ?pai' was fofrwai'ded to one 'of the; daily ':papersi which wasn't published. You :say the 'Adjudicatori''s, remai:ks were ot 'publisihed. with your knowledge you shoulid knilow?'that re-' iimtarks' givei' toa bandii istei. at a contest are only for the Baand anid its l...
RED CROSS DONATION To Kiama Hospital [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
RED CROSS DONATION To Kiama Hospital Followingn a recent inspection of Kiaima bistrict Hospital by an Offi~ cer of the Red Cross, '. that Society made a wonderful donation of the following goods through the Kiama Brahah:- 50 yards of coir matting, 2 rubber aprons, 2 ice bags, 24 distinctive, cloths, 24 dish cloths, 12 reels sew ing machine cotton,' 12 jug covers, 2. blue calico ciurtains,' 24 fly . veil nets, 4 kapok pillows, 72 yards 4" white tape, 72 yards 'j" white tape, 100. yards 1" white tape; '80 bath towels, 2 roller towels, 12 tea linen towels, 80 operation towels, 6 oper- ation gowns, 20 yards burlap, 76 yds unbleadhed calico, 32 yds dyed bliue 'calico, 1 axe, 80 yards huckaback towelling, 12 balaclavas, 24 sleeve less cardigans, 2 brush cloths, 200 hair combs, 6 fine tooth combs, 12 shaving brushes, 6 pairs sunglasses, 42 yards blue casement cloth,. 46 yards dressing gown material, 90 yards grey flannelette; 80 yards pop lin, 6 glass ink pots, 500 razor blades, 6 torch ca...
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
GOLF The Gerringong Associates held an 18 holes Stroke competition on Tuesday for a trophy, donated by Mrs. J. W. Parkhii and Mrs. V. J. Walker was the Winner. This competition was played in conjunc tion with the first rounid of the L.G.A. Mddal competition. This (Saturday) afternoon an 18 holes Stroke competition will be conducted by the members' for a ti'ophy donated by Mr. A. 'J. Kelly.
ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
ACCIDENT, .Terrance Lehy, of Corowa, a mem ber of the R.A.A.F., received a fractured arm and collarbone and severe head injuries when the motor cycle he was, riding collided, with another vehicle at Mount Pleasant on Wednesday last. Kiama Ambu lance,took him to Kiama Hospital.
ELECTION RESULTS Polls Declared [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
ELECTION RESULTS Polls Declared ~Tl declaiatibni 'of: 'th `Poll for" n as ti &oiit'tate I o a .Lae 'ila'v' ; ' 0 1: /8 "In'' Illawai ia, Mi II '';.; ,T1 'Fowle8"' was'i,-elected ',The,?(llowinr.are tldtii',d-ilr okvotin. I 1"fi uttfie ltr.,: i,,; ;&lt;' ' I Sahellhlwarr7a11 ',Oakat s , 23.' 3.ey o2o Fwles'5 il 142 Toral--Bu ttlield.1:98 Oarey, lo1869; owli 1 676 If.r0i 0 171' 3 ",:The .results. in" the Wt Ca Albeorte waik Rail . 1 de3 a 12 , inna 9.,,. 3. 40 57 '0 CobMar Mo.unt .o. 24 2 2? 0 Milto~nui..K~ .... 82103 77 0 Oak ,:Fklts" ;~. 14 1 45 ShelhNowibou.. .. .. 57 7495;1. 24 Tongarra %.. 2 0 21 ' Absent Votes 848 Buttflld 052 oCary 1002 Fowles 559; Ifori.al :142; Totals Buttf-eld 1098; ,':C'arey'. 1809; Fowles 6S70, :Informial' 171.' Tho i results 'in the South Coast' °Electorate whiuch ',was. 'declared onl 3rd May, ae 'as; follows IBeb0 1301, 1352. 18&lt; lBerry 1352: ;800 7, Cobargo. 1165, ;315 12 Milton, 821, '8389 8 Moiuya 1127 4139 17 Nowra . 1895 -...
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
COMING EVENTS May 19-Hockey E.P. & Dance, Gong May 23rd-Band Ball, Kiama.. June 9-R.S.L. Dance, Jamberoo. June 13-Hockey Ball, Albion Park. June 20-Golf Super Dance, Kiama. June 27-C.W.A. Ball, , Gerringong July 4-Red Cross Ball; Jamberoo. July 1.1-Cricketers Prem. Ball, Ki. July 15-C.W.A. (Y.S.) Dance Kiama July 18-Show Ball, Albion Park. July 24-Meth. Tea Box Aftn'n, Ki. July 25-Cricket Prem. Ball, G'gong. Aug. 27-Diggers Ball, Gerringong. Sept. 12-C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance,-Ki. Sept. 18th-Meth. Spring Fair, J'roo Oct. 14-C. of E. Flower' Show, J'roo Dec. 5-C.W.A. Y'ggr Set Dance, Ki.
KIAMA WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
KIA .A WATER SUPPLY. Resi'ddits \en ro' d oappohitodlh, to lead the followin hrdprt'"'i tihe "Sydniey:o Moining'1IIeraiad'? n"iTh1urs5 (lay last:,"; .,,i "" :"~, . ,&lt;r;ll .:;;;1 'The ';Watei ?'Boaidl decidedi y~estei+ 'ay;toinfo 'lan ai Council that it could otassist in piovidInga :ate supply to iKiiiiii ??',. °. ''": ,"" ,: ': T he oards enogineer Mtri Farnsir woi, ,ieportedlthat 'a peianent` rsupplytoKi aa 1 a :i :would, cost £247;000 ?and this could not? be ? i e commilend ýe +: The' only way ;:the ,Board 'could help 'was,.to cinstri uct egen pip andboosting statioii at a icost of £ 29,000 The piresident of, the Board, Mr. Ii itI :pton 'said that in viw 'of the Boaird's present, huge, conimiiiients it would be unwise to build up Ki iniLs :hopes:: by offeri;g aassistance. There, , 'asno prospect, of the wivork bginning a? Kiania foy. yeais' This 1 repoi t cane at a most ap propriate time. With the PPublic Meeting to discuss the b:uilding of a Memoinoial 1Hall, arranged ...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL On Thursday morning about 7.30, the top portion of a large load, of empty,4, :gqllon drums on a lorry travelling `north, struck the iron railway bridge over Terralong,St. Some 12 0to 18 drums were knocked to the roadwvay with a nois'e like an explosion. Two of the drums were badly damaged. A. J. Campbell reports a good yarding of cattle at the Jamberoo Yard Sale on Thursday last when good prices were realised. Spring ing heifers sold to £21/10/-; fat cows to £17/10/-; fat heifers to £15; stags to0£15/15-; fleshy cows to £10/10/-; store cows to £7115/-=. The whole yarding. made an aver age price of £11/12/6 per head. Mr. Campbell and O'Gorman and Co. expect a good yarding of cattle at the Albion Park Yard Sale next Monday., Oil Monday next members of the Salvation Army Women's Home League at Port Kembla are to visit Kiama. After a. picnic lunch on Blowhole Point they will gather in the Church of England School Hall at 2 p.m. for' a special ladies mieet uing at...
WAR GRATUITIES Regulations Amended [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
WAR GRATUITIES. Regulations Amended War Gratuiti.es Regulations have now been amended to provide early payment to ex-Serviceman needing the money becauSe' of distress or hardship;, due to Illness of the applic ant or his dependents. Normally first gratuity payments are not due until 3rd A1\i'ch, 1951, except where transfer has been ar ranged to, an approved authority to finance the buildliig or purchase of a home.. Applications, under amended coii ditions, should be made* in the State in which the Enlistment Certificate was issued. Further -details may be obtained from the Re-establishment Division, Post-war ' Reconstruction, Sydney.
NATIONAL FITNESS CAMP [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
NATIONAL FITNESS CAMP ' , ," ; t il ' ' ' ý1 ' ,1 , ' i. /, " 'l b, / Tho following is a coti' of a visit'to the NationalsFitness danp heldt Newport: recently; owhich seveinal oKiaina gl is attended r.lihe aitie was wmitten; by; Mdi s JudifhSpinks SI.' rsi,' On;10thApil, Ileft home at, 4 Kama Threi, e hi e.:.six ge, :.Mari Wilson Mali Lgaret .Laye. =M'argaret wherei "Bie `:;::Missm s' We, tntojio r, group s, tlhe Geebungs,-Giv ila ., laki nd th .,.Burraw~ongs., caull thie tiain fog ols 'a ,f r1 tGeeh bungs.. ..At.? half, past .' ight. we ,,, ll Cent ralto bed'yon and airived atles Wyn at' X4.40; ;p in Then wele nghts iieep, ib'ecausof21 miles ;eands were at camp at 5 ;o clockt We weie' met theoe by` Misses Mc Kenlie iPaineeWriyht'; F ehad iPhsi Tackl en andg thie games uc s Basket into ,foui. groups; the Geebungs, Guyv illais, wancsia and Nthe Burrawongso all. We Kiadmag Miss .were ias' the Geew Sbungs.l. At foi Bast eight l , -issll went to wbed Pand `aild a estless nights leep, hb...
APPEAL FOR £25,000 Disabled Soldiers Assn [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
APPEAL FOR £25,000 Disabled Soldiers Assn .An appeal for £25,000 has been launched for the building of a comin fortable club. lioom in Sydney for the thousands of ex-Servicemen in New South Wales, who are totally a?nd permanently disabled throug, loss of limbs, sight or haring, and others suffering from tuberculosid and internal injuries. In appealig 'for donations, the organisiig Scretary, Mr. A. Mc Arthur, of the Totally and Periman ently Disabled Soldiers' Associatioin, states that the only rooms available to these returned .rmen are situated in Railway Stquare, Sydney, and lack every amenity which are taken as part of everyday life. Mr"i. Mc Arthur continuted ,by sayifg, "We want to, give; them the comfoirtswhich are less than:. they deseve. Will you help us:" Donations niay be sent, made pay able to the Totially and Permanetuly Disabled Soldiers' Association; at 121, Bathurst Street, Sydney.
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
HOCKEY Gerringonk journey to Berry this (Saturday) afternoon for a friendly match against the Berry girls and will be represented by the following team:-Mrs. W. H-I. Bailey, Joan Carroll, Marie Love, Betty Watson, Ursula Carroll, Margaret 'Campbell, Jean Gemmill, Joyce Graham, Kath Johnson, Mary Johnson, Fay Chit tick. Reserves, Jessie Parkhill and Jean Stebbing. Players are to travel per bus leaving Noble Bros. shop at 2 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER F. E. PALIN PHONE: KIAMA 82 During these difficult days, n' 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 are a thing of the past. 24 YEARS OF" PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE IN ALL CLASSES OF CLOCK AND WATCH REPAIRS. ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED BUY LOCKETT'S AMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. ~KIAMA MOTOR" ORLSTD. K MKs LTD Wateh for it !'.. ,) It's con.rigq! . . The ne Bick: " a" °i" ý BUICK'S in production again! What great news this is for so many people . . . those who always wanted to own a Buick and those who want to own another Buick. When you get your first look at this sparkling new beauty, you'll agree it's ...
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 17 May 1947
HOCKEY Nowra "A" team visited Gerrin gong 'and met the local girls in a H'ockey-.ghme at Jubilee Park. The weather was ideal and the spectators we're able' to watch 'a fast and in teresting game.' ' Nowra were the first to get going and soon had the Gerringong defen= ers extehded,; but Katli Johnson in goal was .playing a cool and collect ed game and often saved the situ ation. Soon 'after the start Gdrrin gong were unfortunate to, lose' 'the services of their centre' forwa'd Jean Gemmill through an accident which prevented her taking any fur ther part in the game. Play seem ed subdued for a time, but good openi play was indulged in and although both sides were, playing 'fast in the open they showed a decided' weak ness when near the goal. '' The Nowra 'l backs were pilaying "a strong determined game, and Betty Lymbery, at centre half Was the outstanding . defender. Ursula Car roll had a trying time watching the eliisive 'Nowra centre, Fay Herbert, but bften gained possession, 1by s...
MEN'S COMPETITION DUNMORE II v. GERRINGONG II [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
MEN'S COMPETITIO . DUNMORE ;II v. GERRINGONG- II J. Murphy, and J. Williams (D) v. McNamara and: McClelland (G) 6-3, 6-3; V. Boyd; and Whalan 6-1, 6-1.; L. " Salvestrin and G. ,Apperley v. McNamara :and 'McClelland 6-0, 64; v. ,Boyd and Whalan 6-0;, 6-1. Dunmore II won by 8 seth 48 games to 13 games. KIAMA CATHOLIC v.. DUNMORE, I Dr. Stephen and "H. Tuohy. v. C. Hobbs and J. Ryan 6-2, 9-11; v. L. ,ODwyer and J. Wilson 6-3, 6-4; 0. Martin and; J. Flynn v. L. O'Dwyer and J. Wilson.6-2, 6-2; v. C. Hobbs and J.,Ryan 6-1, 6-2. Kiama, Catholic 7 ? sets; 51 games' to Dunmore 1 set 27 .games.
Tennis LADIES COMPETITION DUNMORE v. CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
Tennis LADIES 'COMPETITI'Oi' DUNMORE .v. CATHO'LIC Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Carnage (C) v. Mrs.: W.. Williams and .irs. Cardwell (D) 2-6; v.' Mis. Wood and 'Miss Waters 6-0;-'v. Mrs. Pooley anid Mrs. 'J." Williams 6-1. SMrs. McDonald and Mrs. Tuohy v. Mrs:. Wood and Miss Waters 6-4; v. Mrs. Pooley and Mrs. J. Williams 6-3; v,"l's. '~W Williams and Mrs. Cardwell 6-3. : Mrs. Barirett and Mrs. Kendall v. Mrs. J. Williams. and Mrs. Pooley 6-2; v. Mrs. W. Williams, and Mrs. Cardwelill-6; v. Mrs. ,Wood, and Miss Wateirs 6-3. ' .Kiama 'Catholic Wotn by 7 sets 45 games to Dunmore 2 sets 28 games.