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MONTHLY MEETING OF THE JAMBEROO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
MONTHLY MEETING OF THE i COUNCIL The monthly.; meeting ob" JamaI beioo Council was hleld in tie Coun ail Odai"OimberO o'I r11lijd:ay iast Ih? iu'ire' Mayor (Aid A L Flredericksb) pie sided and, there weie also priesent Aldenmein H Colley J, R Walsh E. K Tate, E . Hauls, 0., onesR ?. Warby aid 0 R dhlttick 'VMAYOR VS MINUTE The Mayor-r'i r ported that Mi Hut ot tie Depa thient of Main Roads had visited Jambe oo and ti hey eie pirepaed *to go ot with the job of repairing -the i Qad to Kiaina I-I` sugdestcd that aftei the men had finished Saddleback Road Liaid Jer rar, fthey 'e put otin thee Main Road. After that ithey bie lput onto icear ying out the ,first oinstaimenteit of the 'Town pinprovenient Scheme Whilst they wei'e on the Main Road they would. need extra mn ci Ald:. Harris and Tate moved the adoption of the eport. Ald, Colley said that Morrisori's Hill needed attention as theme was a foot deep in at in the centre ot the road. It was six mioiiths since the Town, Inipr'o ements ...
FOR FURLOUGH HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
FOR FURLOUGH HOUSEb T Kiama R.S.L. has been asked to assist Furlough House by ar ranging for a collection of old clothes and rags to be sold for the benefit of .that Institution which is doing so much for the P.O.W. and his family and also providing foi' ex-servicewomen and their depend ants and establishing a Post Natal Clinic Block. The clothes or lrags 'need not be washed. The Kiama.Boy Scouts will deliver the bags to the various parts of the Municipality on Saturday, 14th June'when it is hoped residents will put all available rags and old clothes into the bags and try and collect as much as possible. Bags will be called' for by the Scouts on Saturday, 21st June. The Secretary of the Sub-branch' will attend to the stoying and forward ing of the material collected to Sydney. '
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
GOLF The Gerringong Club is holding a Distance competition over 18 holes ito-day (Saturday) for a trophy don ated by Mr. A., L. Johns. The Gerringong Associates. held a Foursome competition on Tuesday afternoon when .,,Mesdames V. J. Walker and. R. O'Keefe were the winners. Next Tuesday the Associ ates are holding the second round of the L.G.U. Medal competition in conjunction with an 18 holes Stroke competition for a trophy donated by Mrs. C. A. Emery.
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
HOCKEY Kimina I teanin played Gerringong at Jubilee Parkl i on Saturday last. The weaither and th i"wet state of the giouctiild spoilt the game ias far as good hockey i;vas concerned., For the, first" fifteen minutes Ki ama played well,? but .Gerringong gradually took coinmniand of the ganime Their foi wards 1pl'yed wvell :in the .iopen but veire veiy weak in front of the goal Peggy Quinn, finished off a fiine piece of play bly scoring a lovely goal and half-time arrived itli :file score: one nil , in Gerriii gong's favour Aftei the intervai Gerringong piay ed ..With the wind- aild the' rain .be lihid ,them and played better comn bination amongi the forwards and were soon' able to add two moie goals in quick .-succession. Kiama weie still playing vei y'hard to open thlieir scoi'e and` a breakaway by Marjorie Wilson. piroved successful by her scoring a beautiful goal which gave the Gerringong goalie no chance of saving. Mrs. East, tle Kiama right, wving er put in some fine runs but w...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT METHODIST-Kiainit 10:15 :ln Gerriligong 11.15 a.nm. (C0ominuniofi); Shellhtrliour 7.30 p.i. ((Oommliunioii), Rcv ;!?.C C. laik ,Kiania 7 ip.ni,1 Mir., SD., M. Steowart;: Jn ube ioo 11.15 a ni Ai?. A. A. Gori'ell i. PRESBYTERIA KiaNa ??0 ani and 7 ?p a; Albion Pair'k 11 30': a in JanibQi'oo 2 nR~ I I Chlildis « CHURCH OF ENGLAND Shel l harbour 11i a:.ii. (HO) Jifieibroo 7 p.mi (EP)--Rev A.-'. HI Edwards, Rector'. CHURCH ~O ENGLAND ,Albioi Pailr11 a in (HC) IRev. T Gee Rector, i ht }' CHURCH OF ENGLANDlKiamia 7.45ia~i ,(HO),i) a.1iia , (Ml') ,'7 ,a.ni. (EP); ,Foxground 10 am. '(MP.); .Ger ringoligi 11.15 a:ni:,: (MP), 7 p.m. (EP) ; Minnanluit tit3 p.. (EP) Rev. S. A Mainstone;, Rector? CONGREGATIONAL--Gerringong 11 amand." 7.380 pimn.-Rev. H. E. Lawson.
REVIEW "THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
REVIEW "THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL" The serial story, so popular in the past, has to some degree lost favour i in recent years. In these bustling times, When most people have too much to think and worry about, they nc longer have the patience to fol low the adventures of even the most fascinating charcters through inter minable instalments. The Ausaral ian Journal has met this situation by the excellent idea of dividing their novels into three long instalments, so that readers have no time to for get the beginning of a yarn, and are never out of sight of the end. The present serial, "Dark Rendezvous," by Australian author Rett Rouget, is an excellent example of the fast moving story of action and excite ment. This month's new feature is the first of a series by Georgia Riv ers, dealing with the efforts of. a middle-aged widow to start her life anew after the sudden death of her husband. Other contributors in clude Australian writers R. G. Per ry, Ruth Park, Rex, Grayson and Ben. Nigel. ...
ANTIDOTE For Saccaline Poisoning [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
ANTIDOTE . For Saccaline Poisoning 'Farmers will be interested in the following reply received by the Primary Producers Union from the Department of Agriculture, to their request for an antidote for cattle poisoned by eating young saccaline: The poison in young saccaline is cyanide or prussic acid which is ex tremely quick acting and therefore, any treatment will have to be equally as quickly applied. Sulphuric Ether injected subcu taneously 1 or 2 c.c. has been found by some to be very effective. On the other hand, the use of the fol lowing has also beeh found effective when, as indicated above, applied quickly. This latter treatment*consists of a mixture of sodium .nitrate 3 grams, sodium thiosulpliate 15 grams and water 20 c.c. The doses which should be injected subcutaneously, that is just undei' the skin, are sheep 20 c.c. and cattle 60 c.c.
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL A.J. Camipbell had a good yarding o cattle, at Jainmberoo oni? iThursday wheii SO head were disposed of. There was a lairge-" 'attendaiice in cliding btiyers froliri Sydney and Kangaroo aVallyyanid . good prices were ;realised. Springing cows made to £25, springing'heifers' £19/10/-, calved heifers., 19, :fat cows to £14/15/-7, .-coWs and vealers to £14/5/-, fleshy, ,cows £11/10/-, store cows'' £7, .Iiulls £ 9, a lifle of 2-yeai-old lieifei's £9 each, a line of yearhling hieifers 8/2/6, poddies £519/-. A special offering made at the Gerringong Congiregational Church recently, resulted inn a mount of £42/11/9 'being subscribed for the Food for Biritain lFund This amount will be added to tlhe Geiingong Citi zens 'Fund. Bruce Noble, of Jainberoo, is the lucky winner of the A.I.S. heifer,', presented by Mr. George Cullen, of Foxground, to the viiner of the best reared-, A.I.S. lifeir"under' 12 ~ioitihs by a Junior Fariner.;
KIAMA A. & H. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
KIAM A. & H. ASSOCIATION The monthly meeting of the K ama A. aind H; AsAociation was held in the' Council Chamnb ersie Kiama on Wednesday'-night: last. "The ýPresi deint (Mr. C. .. McGlinichey)-? pre sided and there were' alsop. i'esegt VIessr> 'd Cooper, G. . Alexaider, R. J. Wilson, G. Grey, A. W. Downes W. J. Walker, .A. .Aletander, C. D. IFuller, A. HI Jbnes, "J. F. Swan, .A. L. Firedericltks 'Ia. R?. East, R,. H. Fryer, 0. K. East, H. O. Cooper, C. R. Chittick," H. Lyons.,; Apologies were redeived from Messrs.. O OG. Sharpe, A.; J: Camip bell, G. E,. Chittick,' O. Grey, C. W. King., The President moved a, resolution of condolence with"Mr.' C. James in: the. deth of ?lhis wife.' The' motion Was, carried ? itlih all .,present stand ing. -, Messi's., Gie. and' Fryeir, -.moved a iesolution of sympathy. tb' Mr?'. and Mi'. A Cousins, of Creihorne,' who had been ill. The 1President extended, awelcome back to Mr. C. Co6per who 'was pre sent after his recent illness snd to Mr...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
In Memltoriamh ARMSTRONG--In imemory, -i of;: iour 'dailing'iauglitei 'and sister :,Janet, - ho was called away on Sth .June, For. our loss s?e imust iot t'woep,, Nor our loved -one long to keep, From the, hoime of rest a'nd peace. Where -!all sin and soirrow cease. Inserted y ylie paients Beqirt and Dolly, Airstrong, aInd ei sister Evelyni BLANDFORD In loving ,iiemory, ' oiouir deia sonb and brotheli; Leslie, accidentally -lkilled .6th June, 1945. SSafe in the armins of Jesus' -Inserted by his loving mother, fatler. andii birothers;. and grand mother'. ;, , . lUiR.iiVDamaY JUpnE P 194, .,?A'TU?DAY, JU E;', 19 47
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
... ,Y, DIftEC~dRY n U. KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers, Green. Sgrocers. Deliveries daily to Ki. ama, Jamberoo and Shellharbour , ,.one ,185. , :.?,; ?;?:? JCURRY, Plumbers' Supplips., Ter' r~along Street. Phone 169. a .i CQ.QK? . NDYER,, Fruit and. .Conte.. tionery... Tqrralqng Strpet, Kiama Phone 173. HIRE SERVICE,,Day or night. Phone ',92. ,CLEM KEIR, Manning Street. LCars ,washed and cleaned.. A:, 0. -. BLAIR, Hairdresser and Tu"'I bacconist. Razors and Scissors :.,Sharpened,.. Manning Street.,, J.. MAINCY,.Representative for West. ern Assurance Co., Fire, Personal Sickness and Accident, Workers' Compensation. Un4oubted Secur ity, ,Prompt. settlem?nt, .60 Collins Street. .. . ,. , , R, G. & W. R. HOLDEN, the oldest ' established Butchers in the dis. trict. lManning Street. Phone 22. ,JAMBEROO0 PRYOR BROS., General Storekeepers Phone 9, Jamberoo. FREDERICKS' GENERAL STORE. .GREEN. COUPONS Given Freely. Phone 6, Jamberoo. I BUY - LOCKETT'S SAMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers...
FOOD FOR BRITAIN [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 7 June 1947
FOOD FOR BRITAIN The following figures show pro gress count of coupons surrendered to noon Tuesday, 27th May, in the Food foir Pritain Appeal. N.S.W. .... 321,793 9109 Victoria .... 179,877 9618 Queensland . 108,355 6595 South Aust. .' 78,586 7506 Western Aust. 59,152 6642 Tasmania .... 25,689 1268 Totals .... .. 773,452 40,738 This appeal for coupons is spon sored bythe Commonwealth Gov ernment in collaboration with the Australian Red:Cross and the Lord Mayor's Food for Britain Appeal. Coupons may be sent post free to "British Food Relief," Box X.Y.Z. in any capital city. ' Printed `a nd Published by A. J. weston, for the Proprietors, Weston & Co.. Shoalhaven Street, Kiama. in the State of New South Wals.
JUNIOR FARMERS' SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
JUNIOR F ARMERS' SCHOOL A school for JuniorFarmers is to be held air Hawkveslitiiy gikicuitutil College, Richmiond, from 1st to 11th July next. Short cdti'ses will be given fiil dal3it thg pig faYhi rht i*)dri iug and vegetable growing. Pro vision is being niade for sikty junior farmers to be present at the school, fifteen in each, of the four branches o fairming covered. Details of the, courses. of instruc tion will be worked out by the Org aliiser of Junior, Farmers' Clubs in collaboration with the Principal of Hawkesbury Agricultural College.
DAIRYING WASHING AND CARE OF MILKING MACHINTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
DAIRYING WASHING AND CARE OF MILKING MACHINTS When proper care is taken and the bitchinies are of reputable make, the inilk. produced by mabiichie inlking ohiould be equally as good tis, if A superior to, that produced by lihnd liilking, but it is vitally important that they be kept in a clean an6 ]ygienic conidition, points out the Division of Daiirying of the Depart nient of Agriculiture. The following instructions for their washing and care have 'ieen drawn up by the Division in collaboration with the SSIilking Machine Section of the New Sduth Wales Farm Machinery Man Diact.nrers' and Distributors' Assoc iation:- Operations to be performed Twice Daily. 1. As soon as milking is finished wash the outside 6f teat cups, claws Sand rubbers with a brush in luke warm water which contains ; some suitable water softening compound. 2. While the-plant is still running, commence with the unit furthest from the releaser, dip the cups in a bucket of clean, warm water moving them up and down a ...
JUNIOR RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
JUNIOR RED, CROSS Showery weather failed to dampen the enthusiasm of pupils of, the, Jamberoo :Publi?c School on Friday last, when a concert arranged bp three members of the Junior Red Qross was held to raise funds to ,wards ,the support of the Homes of that or'ganisation. SThose. parents and citizens who braved the, unpleasant -weather to attend were, well rewarded by a happy hour with the young artists. The programme of vocal and elo cutionary items, action songs and a short. play was well received. .Mrs. Milton Fredericks acted as planiste. Junior Red Cross Homes will bene fit to the extent of £3, each of the three members namely, Joy Tate, Joan Parker, and Jeanette .Pryor thereby qualifying for a seal :for 'their certificates. "
HANDICRAFTS EXHIBITION At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
-HANDICRAFTS EXHIBITION At Gerringong The Gerringong Branch of the *Country Women's Association held a very successful handicrafts exhib ition in the School of Arts recently. There was a very large gathering which included visitors from ,Wol longong, Nowra and Kiama Branches as well as people from other neigh bouring towns. Proceedings commenced. with the O.W.A. motto and the.National An- them after wlich the President of the local branch (MrJs. T.:W. John son)- extended a welcoime' to Mrs. Hatfield, of Wollongong, who, was to officially open the function., "Mrs. Johnson expressed thanks to -the members of the' Woilngoong Branch for bringing,along such a, fine ex hibit of handicrafts, such as weav ing and basket making.,' In declaring the- function 'open, Mrs. Hatfield said she was delighted to receive the .invitation to perform the opening ceremony because only a short time ago she had visited Ger ringong to open the branch. She was very pleased with the progress of the branch and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
RADIO AP-Rv.cF! , .. . : SELDON COCKS r r" PHONE: Kiama 67. "r- t_, . - - r.1. WHITE ANTS COCKROACHES; BORERS FUMIGATIONS ETC. Consult--. H. W. POWELL & Co. 72 PITT ST., SYDNEY LICENSED FUMIGATORS . ESTIMATES FREE -- - ALL WORK GUARANTEED Regular, Inspedtlons Arranged District Representatives DAPTO 66 THIRROUL 394 FARMS WANTED Of All Descriptions URGENT FOR CASH BUYERS SUBMIT PARTICULARS IMMED'ATELY. USUAL CHARGES NO SALE-NO COMMISSION BASIS Send for Questionnaire Form Sydney's Farm Specialists Pty. Ltd. S 28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY PHONE B 1188, after hours FU 5950 INTERNATIONAL 11 )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 information. See your local International Harvester Co. Agent J. N. King and Sons Pty. Ltd. KAA& WOLLONGONG - Phone Klama 151, W'gong 636 BE WISE-SHOP AT..... . D. W. HUGHES, CHEMIST Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMIST THAT SERVE...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
WAN'I'ED-B f r paper idelivery, Mornin y. Bike 1irovided.i Apply Sullivan' Iewsagcency, Kiania 'Municipality of hellharbour DIPHT ERIA IMMUNI ATI N PARENTS who h e?? turned con sent forms re hereby notified that Council' Clinic for, Diphtheria Imnmunisation comm nces on MON DAY, 23rd JUNE N XT at Council Chambers, Albion ark, Conveyance leaves Shellharboui Public School it 9.45 a.m. picking up at Windang Public Sdhool en ioute. F. D. BOLIN, Town Clerk. RED CROSS BLOOD TRANSF SION SER CE O all those il to become donors for ,ve service, would thdy please ,nd a the Church of England H ? Oi' en , lment on 11th June-10 a.m. ito p.m. and 12th June-10 a.m. to 1' 30 p.m. Sister Cooke anf .her assistant Miss Gibsone will te there in at tendance. Would all those villing from out lying districts do their best to at tend. It is a worthy cause. MRS. B. CREELMAN, Hon. Secretary. JAMVBEROO F BALL CLUB Euchre P' y & Dance Monda , June 16 SCHOO F AR S, JAMBEROO od Euchre Pri es-Supper Don Ad...