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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
LOST--Leath'" tSchool' Bag, 'niak ed 'inside "4iia rancis, Iatrobe St., Caulfield." ,lward. J.; Stew art, 66 Terral , tr'eet. ,,ANTED-Girl to a ist in house. 'Apply, in first 1t afice tils QOffice ANTED" TOE RENT-House "I',tin : & Kfiana for 4 eks 'oiim 25thl December. iff nerf ece 9l fcan; ex change.:accommoda 6 dn for 3-4 per sons., Aliply 9fistin Br'others. 'Go.hi i. Street, 'Burwoo - ". AFO SALE OKC~ARD tiii TruckFoie - iairticulars ring: Gerriig6ii2 .99 :FORM O..F: .NOTICE ' OF COQ.NDI TIONAL APPLICATION FOR'. 'A GERTI'FICATE OF REGISTRAFTION L OF1A CLUB ,Liquor. Act'r 912/1946-?Sections.!' 136, 1;,36A , J.amies Tho ks "O',tefe, of Kiamna Seci etaiI of the KIAMA BOWOL ING' AND : O$]QT[ON CLUB do hei qby, give ~Adce that" it is' myiuIn teiition to :.mike ýconditional. applica ,tion'to theicýLenlsing Court for tie' Kiama .icenlsing District?'., bei holdenl. 't :Kiai ;on fl tie 1tlit day, of June, 1947'. fo'r 'a certificate of 'registration of :th'e said Clu,,'. under' the...
REFEREES FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
REFEREES .FOR. SATURDAY FIRST, GRADE Berry v. Gerringo~g (K. Grey).. Kiama v. Albion Park (Sunday, J. O'Keefe). SJainberoo v. Nowra (A., Mac donald). Pyree v. Sheilharbour (S. Thick nesse).! RESERVE GRADE-" eoseby. Park v. Bomaderry (A. Blanch). : Shellharbour v. Jamberoo.. (R.' Harris). Kangaroo Valley v. Albion .Parke (A. Booth). ,:Kiama v. Nowra (Sunday, 2 p.m. M. Carnage). JUNIORS SNowra v. Shellharbour, (R., 'Lid better). IGerringong v. Bomaderry .(M. Carnage). Berry v., Pyree. (K:: Grey). Milton v;,Kiama (Sunday, R. Lid- better).
LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS FIRST GRADE— [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
LAST SATURDAY'S RESULTS FIRST. GRADE Pyree 6 (Hi. Carberry 3 goals) de feated ,Berry 5 (R- Bowden try and K. McDorinell goal) ,at 'Berry. Jamberoo .26 defeated', Milton 3 at Jamberoo: 'RESERVE GRADE Janiberoo '±7 defeated Kiamna 4 at Jamberoo. .*Nowra 12 defeated Roseby Park 4 at Nowra. JUNIOR GRADE Nowra 10 defeated Pyree 4. .(iama 7 defeated Shellharbour .0. 'FIRST GRADE-? ,, KIAMA v. SHELLHARBOUR Shellharbour kicked off,:and' took: pla? to, ,Kiama's 25. .They were awarded ,a., pnalty; which, W. Rad raise the flags. Soon .after ,Shell harbour :were again awarded a pen altr for off-side but .Radford: mis sed. The Kii's ,came with, a prom= ising move when, J. Blanch:., went through and; sent, to F.:. King: but his pass went astray, with an,open field ahead. P,.ay was at,.the Har bour's 25 r:when ;Bill i Burton shot through to take, anintercept and go on. to touch down under, the goal before anyone realised. what was, happening. J:. Blanch missed the. "sitter" and at half-time 'Kiama...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
THE TIDES The following, times are takenf as at Fort Denison, Sydney.. Kiama' is approximately 20 miinutes later: MAY. Thursday, 22nd: High-9.35 a.m. 'and 9.45 p.m.; Low-3.35 a:m. 'and 3.16 p.in:. Friday, 23rd: .High-1030 a.m. and 10 .37' p.m.; Low-4.30 a.m. and 4.06 p.m. Saturday, 24th: • High-11.30 a.m. and 11.34 p.m.; Low- 5.28 a.m. and 5 p.m. Sunday, 25th: High-12.36 p.m.; Low-6.29 a.m. and 6.3 p.m. Monday, 26th: High-12.34 a.m. and 1.46 p.m.; Low-=7.31' a.m. and 7.11 p.m. Tuesday, 27th: High-1.39 a.m. and .2.55 p.m.; Low-8.36 a.m. arind 8.30 p.m. Wednesday, 28th: High--2.49 a.m. and 3.58 p.m.; Low-9.37 a.m. and 9.49 p.m. Thuirsday, 29th: High-3.55 a.nm. and 4.55 p.m.; "Low-10.30; a.m. and 10.56 p.m. Friday, 30th: High-4.59 a.m. and 5.43 p.m.;.. Low-11.16' a.m. and 11.55 p.m. ' Saturday, 31st: High-5.55 a.m. and 6.25 p.m.; Low-11.57 a.m.
GROUPS 6 & 7 TEAM [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
GROUPS 6.& 7 TEAM (Following thn'i'ich at 'Picton on 'Sunday the ,team to represent .G oups 6. & 7~ against 'Groups 9 &g ' 16 at Goulburn on Sunday nexte, 25th May, was silected astfollows:-- . Fullback; F. ;. ?Pepper (Kiama) ; Wingers: L. Kinny ('Picton) and R.' Rowles (C.B.C., Wollongong),; ;Cen. ties: N:. Watts,.(Picton) and R. Bartlett (Wolloiigong).;, five-eighth:i K. Stephen: (Gerringong);ý half: :.' Ralston (Port 'Kembla); lock:' N': Mulligan (Bowral); seconid Ciow: G. Jardine (Scarborough)'' and - A Mil' ler (Berry); :rake;J. Shai' . (kiama); f'irnt irow: N:,Bel'. (Mittagong), J. Purdie (Cori'imal), '.Reserves: R. Stead :!(Kiania) and G. Thompson (Jamberoo). '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
..... lt '. " ! ,, 1,1"? ,: 1' ! '',:" '* ,. ,..; WIWEATEN, OATEN, LUCERNE NEWPRO DAIRY MEAL, CRUSHED OATS, LUCERNE HAY, SEED OATS (Algeria, 'Mulga, Belah, unrise an'd Fuigrahurn) IN STOCK- /:* ' TlermaxCopper Sani-Lid Outfit" SU'DAGLOSS JELLY SOAP & WUNDAGLOSS ODOURLESS LIQUID DSOAP; for cleansing of all', dairy utensils. , WUNDAGLOSS EUCALYPTUS SOAP for cleansing cow bails 1: W'UNDAGLOSS CARBOLIC ,CLEANER for painters' aid mech anics. WUNDAGLOSS POLISHING CREAM FOR, CARS AND FURNITUDE NS. PRODUCE CO. PTY LTD Manning Street - Kiama RING & ORDER NOW-KIAMA 210, Agen"ts for:--NEPTUNE OIL, MASSEY .HARRIS & YATES' SEEDS E FOR VALUE AND SATISFACTION *i : WE OFFER POTTERY" VASES from 10/8 each BAKELITE. SALT & PEPPER SHAKERS SAluminium PIE DISHES from 2/- each SFOR GROCERY, HARDWARE AND SMALLGOODS PHONE 138: P J. DAVIES GENERAL STORE, NORTH KIAMA THE FACTORIES VETERINARY SERVICE VETERINARY OFFICER: PHONE KIAMA 221 THE FARMERS' OWN ORGANISATION Bringing skil...
SPORTING ITEMS Football GROUP 6 v. GROUP 7 [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
SPORTIN G DiT MS Footbaill GROUP. 6v. ,GROUP A good crowd'of' district residentsi *nad lithetr b ti ca an bus' 'o ructo Su d tlie seconidGouintry ý ' Week e; eimiation .gain me ei ween Groups and 7 tW. Th m.atch was not'as spectacular, as; theligaa e the previous ",week i??t Jainbeicoo Again Fred P'aeppe' outclassed the Opposing:- full -backsK Beazley both iii kicking' and tactics "'s At intide centre 'Ray ,Stead, of ial, "was opposedito Nigel Wat't, -aio was o thei',peairheadr of! Giou I?'G attack. HowcverRay` had hlim viell imarked. K Stephen ofi Gei ingong;' played a' gra;nd gae ; as?flive-eighth and'stai'ted lmany, promisingd nives. In tlin pforwnirds ::Jardiine of l ori-, i'inial was the pick.t Opposed to; intelrnational Noel. Mulligan, lie. was always ,on;. th' ball and continually Sharrassed the 6ppos r igehfive-eigdhth." Gus Miller, of Berry, and Geoige Tlidmpson, of Jamberoo, played hard rucking ganies, the former' being particularly good .in the :rucks. J. Shaipe, of Kiiam...
"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
;"I OU pABO ; "ý B' 'THE MAN IN THE STREET" It 1 's'inthe air-Mem 6rl.. Halls at. nd what nots. Kiamia's on° 'the, go, now. They have'sominething to work on ,and are `approaching- thematter,' .fromi,. a,:different angle' to. the .1hell harbour Council affa ir:'Mdre' about ;latei, when the pros'and ,ons; ,have, been idiscussed, Bad, business .,;about, t;the .?iwa ter ;ispply, At least Kiamia knows 'j t where it "gets off," wlhich seems to be somewlhere roindabout' h No doubt the Shoalhaven Scheme 'will cone e'ventually Ib'ut there will be' some, parclied"'throats as': well as paddooks1 waiting for it and 'several of '£is, will, ibe strokiig our beaIrds as we- turii the' tap on. So 'it, looks like "getting .busy on local sites, iif Kiama' and Shellharbour areas. are to do. any good.; '''. . , Saturday's round' of. first 'grade football matches provided a couple of, "upsets.", Nowra toppled; Ger.rin gong (perhaps not such a great', up set) and Pyree 'just, nutted Berry 6 to 5;. 'Jam'be...
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
GERRINGONG. CLUB / 'The memliers f 'the' 'abiov qlub conducted dai' 18 'h'oles StrokeO com petition ofi Satuiday' 'afternoon for a trophy 'donated l'iy A. 'J. Kelly. Results: C. Sharpe /. ".. :90 w27: 63 L. Mitchell ..... . .. 88 23 65 A. Burgess 100 34 66 B. Miller .. ... .... ..88' 21 '67 Ray Miller ....'.. ..'85' 19- .66 E. J Miller .: .. . . .? 84" 16 68 R. H' Miller .. . ' 83' 14' 69 K. Stephen'. . . .' 78 9': 69 J. RT'M."Miller .. ...' 96 26' 70 R. Jones .. .. .... .9 90 19 71 J. W. 'PiNltshi.l ......" 87- 16' 71 N. G.'Nelson .. .. .. .. 92 20 72 R. O'Keefe ... .... ...89'' 16 `13 W. Hodhaday ... :. 00 10 27 73 Rev'Lawson .... ....:105 31" 74 C. H"'Gillard ...... .'.115 .31 81 Play iii' this doQmpetitionf''was of a particularly high standard as can i be seen by the-fact that ito less than pevefi'pltyei's bro?e thdir;lihandicaps. In' the"oCbk d.Ofethe.-Walk:comlneti tion" the- tholders R. 'H.: M1iille~iand W. Iodkidd"' defeated K' Stephen and 1A. S'ttbing.
CHURCH AID ANNIVERSARY At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
CHURCH AID ANNIVERSARY At Jamberoo A very enjoyable evening was spent in the Methodist, Sunday School Hall. on Tuesday, 13th May, to celebrate the 5th. Anniversary of the Ladies Church Aid. Occasion was also taken to ex tend congratulations and best wishes to Mr. J. G. Boxsell on his 80th birthday. Rev. R. C. Clark presided and the programme commenced with the Doxology, prayer add hymn ,"Stand up, stand up for Jesus;" pianoforte solo,, Bruce Creary; *yocal duet, Mrs. H. M. Fredericks and Mrs. H. Coop er; ,piatioforte solo, Betty Ingold; pianoforte duet, 'Mrs. CGeary and Mrs. Watkins; recitation, Miss J. Cooper; yocal duet, Miss King and Miss Scherf (Kiama); >recitation, Rev. Clark and hymn,' "Thepý Glory Song.' The L'.?C.A ainnual report read by . tli?Y S heitr''. 2(M~isR.""'YHidler) and tha, bajajice ;"heet" read ?by r, ,C, R. Chittick (Treasurer) shorved a good year's 'or ;." Rev '.Clark,' congrat lated .the nimember's on their achievements.'? A bulttonhole, made, by Miss Betty...
GOLF KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
'GOLF' KIAlMA CLUB rlire following is the result of the Par coimpetition 'for the Brown Troiohy held on 'Satuiday last: W: Peck' 66v1 dow;" G°S Boyd 9-2 0down; L: Evansi17 2 dlown; B.:. Moore 23=2 .'dbw'vni G. A -lkin 274' dcown K .Pearce e185'-5 dwn; R. O'Briedii '27 -5' down Rev:: Ilish 13-6'don S;`,. Boyd '2038 down; W. 'Wa~lkb '17-9 d~wn,: J' `Briggs 27-10 'down; C, Boyd 21 11 down; J. Richaitson 27-15' down. -The draw foir the' nixed 'Foursome to0 be'.plyed on 24th Mayis as, f-bl lows: . :Boyd and M:`. McKeiizie; G. ]loomfield and,.Miss' B. Sprdule; .R. O'Brien and -Mrsh Knight; :K. Pearce and M, M,.:Graham; G ,:Boyd and Miss N. Brown; M. Briggs andt dMiss J. McKenzie; F. Curry and Miss• J. Kniglit; K. O'Brien. and Miss M. Jones; J.1 Richardson and Mrs. K. Pearce; W. .Walkeri' and Mrs . Peck; W. .Peck an?l Miss 'Boles; Rev. Irish andi, Miss .D. ates. ' . .Also for the Stroke competition: H. Brown v. F.' Sullivan; G. Conn v.': M. Evers; C. Mo'ckos ;'v. E. Evans; J:. Davis v." G....
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
eHijw7cIJ SERVIGES ON SUNDAY NEXT PRESBYTERIAN- K"uianm 10a. m. aud 7 p.m.; Albion Park 11.30:a.mi. (Comtiunion); Shellharbour ...2.30, p.li. '(CC niuniion)-Rev;'. H.' H. Childs. ' CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Kiamlti 11 aim.' (MP),7? pt1i ".(EP); ;Fox ground:; 10 t am. (MP); : Gerriugon9g 11.15 a'.m.V:(MP), 7''p.i.n (EP) i !Miii riamurra 3 p.m.' ,(MP)-Rev. *Si' A. Mainstone, Rector. ' SCHURCH ;OF;'ENGLAND- Shell harbour .11 ia:.m.'i--Jaiberoo -7. 'p.i.; Jerrara,; , Thursday, 29th' May-Rey. A. H. Edwards, .Rector. SCHURCH '.OF ENGLAND-Albioni Park 11 a.; . ; (HC,: Whitsudidiy,). Rev. T. : RGee, Rector, METHODIST-Kiama 10.15 a.m., 'Gerringong .11,15 a.ni., Siellharbour 7.30 pn.m: Empire- Addresses--Rev,) R. C. Clark., Janmeroo ,.1.~15 a.m., Kilama 7 p.ui.-Student. .' : CO GREGATIdNAL--'Gý'rrinligig 1t 'a.ni.llaid'730"ip:in.m ReI. tHr' E l tLaWsoin., 'i, 4 .. WED N ESDAYt 'MAY 2'?;1947
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
' `Mr. and Mrs.Ambrose:(Cookoiand: daughter :Monica; oV'Chatswood, are i~end1Ag a o iboo sat , . o gegoo Nikiinore,: thte :hoe of °Mi, oriagon au'i,:ulighlersi.' /tis. wOoojo: Was foriely 'Missr'yiai' Jones i'whO was weli?ki?owi as a singor ' and.. often entertalined is ii? a audiB ences. I M. t~~aIto~, f ambro;'was , recenitly one of the;lecturers to the Youtli IJdeiders..; Course at', Wollon Sgong 'HighSchoo1 .',,Th ot!gathoring. of sonmi 8O inemibers shlowed i(keen iiteie sin hi addire?' and asked a .. number of questionis on the subject' at the close of thessegsion . Miss' Valeriet??iallof'Albionil? Park lihas been allowed to return'?rli ?'i home' i'i i hospital iftr 'hei'N receintacci dent. IMri?sI. I:` Hunt, f1 Petershai'i;:htts beenf the? guest of"' Mrs ,,Buchanan duriig ;th. M1ay 'school vacation. 'During hlier, visit sihe-:was deliglited to visit Jaiiib'eroo; "hbere she hiad stayed somile twenty?,yeaisi ago: 'Mr. and I'Mrs: R? Webberland son Patil 1havd been, holidaying:: a...
A.I.S. SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
A.I.S. SOCIETY A meeting of. the Illawarra and Southern Branch of the Australian Iflawarra Shorthorn Society was held in the' Council Chambers,, Ki ama, on Thursday, 1st May, when the President (Mr. G. Grey) presided over the followung, members:- SMessrs. G. F. Shirley, G. E& 'Chit tick, John Cope, A. Oakes, A. Gall, H, L. Fredericks, A. L.. Fredericks, A. W. Downes, E. J. Noble, R. Bren-. nail, F. 0., Sims, G. Noble, E. K. Tate T.-A. Duncan,i;C. R. Chittick, P. O'Keefe, M. Dudgeon, N. D. Richard son and H. R. East (Secretary). Apologies were , received from Messrs. J. W. Cullen and M. J. Walker. CORRESPONDENCE. From Mid Rivers Branch 'suggest ing that a recommendation ;be made to the R.A.S. that the ., bull and progeny classes consist "of 1 male and two -or three' females instead of 1, male and 3 females as at present. It was decided ,to reply that the branch favoured the present condi tions. From the same suggesting the Group prize be increased from £7/7/- to £10/10/-. " I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
. MANNING STREET, KIAMA . WARM : COTHIN G 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 We stock only the best makes including SGolden Fleece, - Morleys, Lincoln Mills, etc. SMEN'S SPORTS COATS We have new stocks of the latest makes-, inr assorted colours . 1 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. I. a FOOTBALL BOOTS, SHORTS, SOX, ETC. We have good stocks of all these lines Call and inspect them. AT C. V. ZIEMS MANNING STREET TELEPHONE 167 . . KIAMA S -- _ . SClaude L. Knight, F.I.O. (By Exam.) OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERRALONG ST., KIAMA PHONE KIA 7. Bbrry visited every Wednesday. Albion Park lt & 3rd Tuesdays Dapto, Mondays 7.30 to 9 p.m. GEORGE MARTIN LICENSED ELECTRICAL SCONTRACTOR All Classes of Electrical Work Address TERRALONG ST...
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These, coupons may be used at present:-, . . ' , .: TEA-13-24 (13-16 expire May 25th,. 17-20,ý'expire Juie 22nd, 21-24 expirbe July 20th) new coupodis 25-28 available on May 26th. SUGAR-S7-S12 (expire July' 20 New coupons S13-S14 available Mayr 26th. BUTTER-16-18 (expire May 25). New -,coupons' 19-21 available May 26th. " I M EAT-Black 36-42, green 41 to 47 (expire May; 25). New Coupons' black 43-46, green 49 and 51,available May' 26. SCLOTHING-Z57-112" ,,and 1-5' (1947). Z57-112, expire June 30. All pink special fbood coupons. 1945-46, will remain 'current. until June,30,' 1947.. j
JAMBEROO A.L.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
JAMBEROO A.L.P. A meeting of the Jamberoo Branch of the Australian Labor Party vas held .on Thursday, 15th May. SThe President reported on re cent conferences at Goulburn aild Wollongong. With regard -to 0 the Goulburn meeting he said that lack of 'representation by Kiama had cost ilie' fund for Mr. H. T. Fowles' ap proximately £20 in the division of funds left 'over from .the Federal Election Campaign. Regarding the Wollongong Confer ence,, as ,he was the only delegate from Jamberoo, he had to make a decision concerning Jamberoo's share of the H. Fowles ElecQtion Fund He therefore committed the branch to the 'extent of £15 for which ac tion he sought endorsement by memn hers. Endorsement was granted uni animously. The matter of 'the dismissal of Messrs. King and Tath :by Jamberoo Council was then discussed. Mem biers decided that a letter be sent to- Council' requesting recoisidera tion of the decision not to grant the men an opportunity to state their case. The members of the .Bra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers, Green, 'grocers. Deliveries daily to' Ki lama, Jamberoo and Shellharbour Phone 185. 1. CU -y; Plumbers'.Supplies. .TeO E ralong Street. Phone 169. COOK &. DYER, Fruit 4pd Confec tionery. Terralong Street, Klama Phone 173. HIRE SERVICE, Day or night. Phone 92. CLEM'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., Firq, Personal Sickness and Accident,\ Workers' Compensation. Undoubted Secur ity, Prompt settlement, 60 Collins Street. R. G0. & W.: R. HOLDEN, the oldest established Butchers in the dis trict. Manning Street. Phone 22. JAMBEROO PRYOR BROS., General Storekeepers Phone 9, Jamlberoo. FREDERICKS' GENERAL STORE. GREEN COUPONS Given Freely. Phone 6, Jamberoo. BUY LOCKETT'S lAMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. Kl^M MReaW ous pTy!IL -o KIAMA M T RK TD. U .4 Head First INTO YOUR AFFECTI...
HOSPITAL AUXILIARY At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
IOSPITAL AUXILIARY AtJaminbero "d -,The fRui tethl Annual 'Meeting oi the Janibeioo o 'spitai Aui ? l?ary vas,,hel r eoniitly, in. ,the School of ;Arts, when' 20 ime5elieerdi wr1e.e' 'pie gent. The Presideint"(1M'rs. !Jl'"J." Noble) 'exteinded', a w~elcoinle~ t6"tbhe 'Matroii' 6t,.?! iamna 'Hosspital ,.'(Miss :AV P Magiu ie), and to three, new inemberi 1Mesdaines Swadlings Williamns and -McDonald;, T.he iannuiial 'eiiort ailnd, .balance sheet, showed that'.£ 82 .h1ad ,' been" iaised duiiin'i tlie .year inost 'of which wasthetpliroc'eeds of 'the ?an-' nual, ball.and; 'the hoopla; and other talls .held. Tihe.credit ' balance1?i'i' the bank !iwas '£4',8/8 4 ' ,The Secretaity, and T'Ieasi e1, were contgratulated onif preseliting su'ch flneieeports. . Thie adoption oftElie " i'eDort' aind balance .sheet 'was moved by ?"Miss MIaguiie "who )ýcoingrtuilated. the ex ecutive on o the year s work. The: £26 inraised by the Hospital Day! Appeal and :,the ;£ 41. fromn, the aii iual ball ;wereiver...
SWEET CREAM Reason for Lifting of Restriction [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 21 May 1947
SWEET CREAM Reason for Lifting of Restriction Mr. Allan Fraser, M.H.R., was re cently asked to explain why restric tions on the use and sale of sweet cream ivere lifted, in view of the short supply of butter for export to Britain. He now furnishes the fol lowing information for those who are interested in this matter: Restrictions . were imposed in May, 1943, ivhen the butter% exports to the ,Unitedcl Kingdom were de clining due to the heavy demand of our own and Allied Fighting serv ices. Another reason for its im position was the fact that it was essential to.. obtain, for the United Kingdom and the Services, large quantities of processed milk, and as it was from whole milk production and not from butter fat 'production that sweet . cream was normally drawn, the imposition of the ban at that time was essential. At the date of the. lifting of the ban, the situa tion had improved to such an ex tent as to justfy its removal. Whilst it is true. that the United Kingdom is still- anxiou...