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BAND NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
BAND NOTES A nieetingg of ithe 'Fa Southern Group, w'as* held:hi Beiry on Sunday last,' All Bands in the Gioup were representied-Bega, Milton, Nolvwra, Berry and Kiama. It wivii's decided to hold the next contest at Berry on Eight-Hour Day, 6th Octobeir. The contest will conmpis'e ,a Hyniii 'Tuiiee; Waltz and an Oval Mich. SMr. H. Hitchcock, bandniaster of Berry, thanked Mrs.... Williamns,. o Kiama, for her generous offer in donating a' cup for t.he Waltz-, andr also' Mr..M. Evers for his offer in donating a cup for winning band master of :Hymn Tune aind Waltz. All Baiidmasteris expi'essed their satisfaction on Mi'. Siiions' decision on his jtidginlg of the Kiama contest. It ~'as decided 'to select an Adjudi cator from the N.S.W. Band Associ ation arid that a judge for the march from a town not represented in 'te contest. ' This contest is intended to be a much bigger. day than, the Kiama contest. The Oval March should be a great attraction. It is the hope of the Kiama Band Committe...
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
HOCKEY Kiama II team journeyed to Nowra on Saturday last and were defeated by.-the Nowra Juniors by 4 goals-to 1. For the first fifteen minutes of play, Kiama were always in Nowra's territory and were unlucky not to goal on several occasions. Ruth Lymbery opened the score for Now ra with two smart goals in quick succession. Play evened up for a whilb and at half time Nowra had a lead of 2 goals to nil. On resuming Kiama played a much better game and a nice move by Mrs. East gave Marjorie Wilson her chance to open Kiama's. account. However Kiamnia's defence began to weaken and Shirley Vost was able to score for Nowra. Shortly before full-time Ruth Lymbery, who was playing a grand game, again scored for Nowra and vhen the final whistle sounded Nowra had scored 4 goals to Kiama's 1. Kiama I team . played Berry II team at Berry on Saturday and re sulted in a nil all draw. Gerringohg defeated Kangaroo Valley at Berry on Saturday by 6 goals to 2. Scoi'ers were Peggy Quinn (3), Marie Love,...
PAYING TRIBUTE TO FALLEN HEROES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
PAYING TRIBUTE TO FALLEN HEROES For more than twenty years Leg acy has cared for the widows and orphans of fighting mei of all serv ic:s. Started by a small band of ex-servicemen, under the leadership, of the late Sir John Gellibrand, to-' day Legacy girdles the Continent. Wherever the need aris.s Legacy is there to meet it. In N.S.W. there are Legacy Clubs at Sydliey, New castle, Goulburn,. Wagga, Canberra, Albury and Queanbeyan. In addi tion there are ten contact , groups and thirty personal contacts at cardinal points throughout the State. State. For every child of a deceased serviceman, whether he was killed on Active Service 'or dies subse quently after his return to civilian life, Legacy provides complete moral, spiritual and physical care. Mem bers of Legacy, all ex-servicemen Q themselves, become in the truest sense of the term, foster parents to the children of their former Icom rades. They work voluntarily and as far as the general public is concerned, anonymously. Among t...
Rifle Shooting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
Rifle Shooting Kiama Club held a match on Saturday last between the Captain and" the . Vice-Captain's teams, 10 shots at. 500 yards. Scores: Vice-Captain's team:-O. Grey 48, W. Alexander 46, J. Pike, 43, R. Stead 43, G. Honey 43, G. Boniface 42, A. WVeston 42, S. Love 42, L. Boniface 39, -K. Boniface 36, F. Hani gan 33, Total 457. Captain's team:-J. Wiley 44, G. Morgan 43, O. J. Alexander 43, F. Curry 43, D. Wilson 42, B. East 41, A; Hall 39, H. Brown 38, H. John ston 35, J. Reason 34, D. Mitchell 32, Total 434.
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
HU CH,'SER CES ON SUNfl NEXT CHURCH OF ENGQLAND.=-Kiania 7.45 ai, h (110) :1 ? a in :(MP)' 7;p .ni (EP) Foxground 10. aamn. (H H Gei' ringon~ '1115 a i;id.? (H ?);7 pmi :(EP) -Rev S .A Mahiistone, Rector METH QD i T;Kiania 0.1:015 a?;inii: M1.1 T. El1eirigton 7'p ; Stuident;; J amiibeio'o1 1 $5 ?ini Studerit Gei iih gonig' 1115 ain and 7 30 pi?o?n hincliu Anniiversary, (preiachieri Rev G E. tidy of Beiry . CHURCH .OF ENG'LAND.-Albion Prik 7.15 lpmin. (EP) :Rev. .T.Gee Rector . .CHURCH OF'ENGlAND.-Jambe roo 11 ti:in'. Shellhaiibii'our 7.30 pini Rev,, A. H. Ed vardrds, Recto r. : P:R ESBYTER IAN.--Kiaina 10 and 7: i.n1i Janibei'roo: 11.30: a.?1iMin. nailtturra .3 piin .Rev.Y H. Hr. 'Chil ?.s; CO NGR EGATI ONAL.-Geiiiringong i 1 am., anid 7.30 pn.-Rev., H. E~; Lawson.
Tennis MIXED COMPETITION Shellharbour II v. Dunmore II [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
Tennis MIXED COMPETITION Shellharbour II, v. Dunmore II A. Baggs and A. Hockey (S)' v. A. Pooley and J. Williams (D) 5-6; v. G. Radford and L. Sylvestrin 6-2. D. Thomas and J. Nicholson v. G. Radford and L. Sylvestrin 6-0; V. A. Pooley and J. Williams 6-0. Mrs. P. Sanderson and Mrs. Cos tello v. Mrs. Woods and Mrs. J. Williams 6-3. D. Thomas and Mrs. Sanderson v. A. Pooley and Mrs. Woods 6-0; A. Hockey and Mrs. Costello v. L. Syl vestrin and Mrs. Williams 1-6; J. Nicholson and Mrs. Sanderson v. G. Radford and Mrs.- Woods 6-4; A. Baggs and Mrs. Costello v. J. Wil liams and Mrs. J. Williams 6-2. Shellharbour II 7 sets 48 games to Dunniore II 2 sets 23 games: Gerringong II v. Catholic S. McClelland and J. Boyd (G) v. *O. Martin and K. Young (C) 0-6; v. W. Leathemn and H. Canham 3-6. R. .Wiggillrs and C. Moulds ,v. W. ILeatliern and H. Canhain 1-6; .v. 0. Martin and K? Young 0-6. Mirs.Nidi'ie aand Miss :leiry v. Mesdamnes Flynn. and Carnage 0-6. Mrs., Niddrie and R. Wiggins v. Mrs. Flyn...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
In Memoriam VIDLER-In. loving memory, of nmy, dearest ,.mo her who passed away 11th June`, 1945. A beautiful iimemory morIe precious than gold, O A Mother's ..worth cani never be tol A loving ?smile, a happy face, A biroken: link we cannllievel "ep lace. IneiS?ted? by her- loving. daughter Claira and( 'son-iinlawsr: Jesse ;ands grauidddaughtel IBetty VIDLER- li loving -me nory- of my. deiarest mother, who 'passed away: Iith' June, 1945 Onie by one ouri chaiin is broken, One byoiietlfie~,aie lilkeid+above,: Sonme day tiheie ;will be '. a sweet. 're yunion u Once again :with those we lovek: -IIise ted by her loving daughter Eva. W ED NES DATY `JUN E 11;,.1947
KIAMA V JAMBEROO [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
KIAMA V JAMBEROO From the .kick-off Kiamna , took play to the Roos 25 and Ray Stead missed two shots at goal. Play see sawed between the 25's and A. Pep per also nmissed two penalties. Kiama were pressing the 'Roos but good work by the forwards' took play to Kiama's 25 and, fr6m a penalty N. Hamiltoni kicked a nice goal to open the scorinig. Kiama took play to Jamberoo's 25 when A. ,Pepper out kicked Hamilton. The Roos took play' to Kiama's line but a penalty cleared. A passing movement by Kiama's three-quarter line took play back' to the Jamberoo 25. From a scrum A. Pepper secured and shot through on his own to score. He missed the kick. Jamberoo took play to Kiama's liie"' but the half-time bell relieved. S'Upion resumption the Roos had Kiama defending hard and N. Burton forced to save. Jamberoo looked certain to score, when G. Ingold se cured a yard from the line but lost the ball before touching down. Soon after F. King intercepted to save a certain try. Jamberoo still kept up t...
ROUND ABOUT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
ROUNDABOUT -BY "THE MAN IN THE STREET"' I've been asked "vhich road I con sider, the "lAinpiest" in the dis-. ti'ict,. Well nowv that's a bit of a' pos~er but seeing that the Shieliiair bour RailWhy strip is at present do ing nicely (thank you); I will plump. for tihe Lckingig Hill Quarry piece. Foi a spot that maniufactvries the finest road=making ingredients, this section takes the biscuit. Saw a lorry driver doing a bit oin it himiiself the other day and . when a lorry driver comnes down to that" you can safely wager that the goinig is pretty tough. Traffic ifn this area is heavy and big loads coming from the quarry day aftei' day, no doubt knfock the. dickens out of the road but still-yes, but still. Had a letter from N.S.W. League Secretary, Keith Sharpie during the week 'in which he requests that his respects be given to all old friends down this way. He hopes to \visit Kiania in the near future and as he says "I will give deep ,thought to having an odd. noggin or two with the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
THE TIDES The following tirhes are taken as at Fort Denison,: Sydney.-, Kiania is approximately 20 minutes later: JUNE W?ednesday, llth-I-High: 12.56 a.m. and 2.8 p.m.; Low: 7.50 a:m. 'anild 7.30 p.m. Thursday, 12tli-High: 1.48 a.m.' and- 2.59 p.m.; Low: 8.36 a.m. and 8.35 p.m. Friday, 13th-High: 2.44 a.m. and 3.49 p.m.; Low: 9.33 a.m. and 9.40 p.m. Saturday, 14th-High: 3.40, a.m. and, 4.39 p.m.; Low: 107 , a.m. and 10.44 p.m. Sunday, 15th-High: 4.41 a.m. and 5.28 pl m.; Low: 10.54 a.m. and 11.43 p.m. Monday, 16th-High'i 5.42 a.m. and 6.16 p.mn.; Low: 11.40 a.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
CURRENT COUPONS These coupons/ may be used a, present: TEA-17-28. (17-20 expire June ,22; 21-24 expire.July 20;, 257-28 ex pire ;August 17). New coupons 29-32 available on June', 23. SUGAR-ST-S14 expire July 20. New Coupons S15-S16 available' June 23. BUTTER-19-21' expire June 22. New coupons 22-24 available June 23. - M EAT-Black 43-46, Green. 49-5-. expire Juie 22. New coupons; Black 47-49, Green 53-55 available June 9. CLOTHING-Z57-112 and 1-56' (1947). Z57-112 expire June 30..: \ All pink special, foo? coupons., 1945-46, w!ll reniain current uintil Julie 30, ,1947.
SPORTING ITEMS Football [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
SPORTING ITEMS Football Of interest to football followers is the fact that Mi:. Ber't Taberneir, of Berry, has donated :a cup. for the South Coast League's first ..grade competition. This trophy can be won outright..by a Club winning the competition two seasons in succes sion or three times in all. Results of 'last Saturday's games were: FIRST GRADE. Albion Park 10 defeated Gerriii gong if Kiama 11 defeatqd Jai?beroo 8. Nowra 24 defeated Shellharbour 7. Berry 10 defeated Milton 5. JUNIORS Gerringoiig 11 defeated Nowra 3. SPyree 11 defeated Milton 5. Kiama I1 defeated Bomaderry 3.
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
O Thei death, ocour ied t .Manlly on Saturday of. 1Vr. Martin Caint at the age of 82 years. He forineully resided: at Gerringong foi many years when hevwas employed by tl1~ Depaitinent of Railways as ,amembei ,of the pe way 'staff. " From rGerriiigoug hlie mnoved..to Manly, .where he ;resided: until his death: He was veiy keenly, interested in spoit particular;iy cricket'and was ?ell-known,:foi his;: pat;t `plyed as an umpire in the Ge 1 ngong district. He is, survived by thiree sons Aub -Clyde and Clemn;. "The funmleral took placelat the Man ]y ..Cemeteiry on Monday inmorning.,. .Symnpatlihy is extended ,.to .Mrs:. W. A Shairpe, `of . Toolijooa, .whose iotheri Mrs ,Florence Kebby, died iecently..at a private hospitalx at, Chat]awood. She ',id been .in ill :: health. for ia onsiderable -:time, anid :for the; last few: months had b:;?een caired foi;at Toolijooa by lier datugh ter.m Siiehad only ,been fiemoved to:.; Chatswood a fe. days .befoi'e her death. The late :Mrs. ( ebby ;,r si...
BACK TO CIVVY STREET [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
x rBACK T }IVV STREET:, ,. Pickding up the thieads again;Is - chief 'diflicultyj f or? exservicemen ani'd°ivoiri1eng 'tliey get back. to Iii. this column eachA? eek typicai ireestablishment?':and ? :rehabilitation liroblems wllue be ' anei~d cý1ed Ques Lions' anae cansw.es w.I llbpulhd, Qe Iwant to 0ets up a dirycleai. liug business' ouiild , be mle to iget aoan"It fromo frepatiation and how ,ieclu ;would u itse i A:" l, yout.;? eie 'self employ ed, befoie enlistment and in certiaiani otheri circuhstanicesi, ia roestablisth.. ment loan ,upli to ,:' 500 ':, might .be av ailable to you? iom the, Re?fati Comminissioni qlrej 'aire ,,ceirtahi pre aequisi os such as youi tosult= ability arid expeiience, the tlocation an'dmondli~ons ~o tenancy of .thle premises;.tle amount?> of .coinmpeti-" tionito be faced, and the':availability of, stoick Before. tile loani is grmant ed',ia' thorough :.invstigation. is made' to }iensure' jthat :''the lpioposition is, a, sound o n /e anid Bas's: aý;" ;...
WEDDING BURNS—BENT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
WEDDING 'BURNS-BENT A vwedding, of interest to residents of Shellliairbouri was ,celebrated . at St,, Bede's Church ,of England, Drum iitoyne, on Thursday, 1st May, when Miss Judith;. Bent, ,daughter of Mr: and Mrs. W. Bent, 'of .Drummoyne, was married to Mr. Jack Burns, of Kingsford. The bride, who is a granddaughter of Mr. C. H. Bursill,.oftShellharbour, chose a. gown of silver lame and 'white, crelpe. 'with a three tiered :cut tulle, veil.and a.a boutuet' of Tuber roses and, white carnations and gar denias. Misses 'Betty Longei. anld : Beryl Gordonf were the bridesmaids anl Janice Bent was the .flower girl. Messrs. Tomn Bent and. Ron'. Mont gomei'y were best man and grooms man respectively. At the reception: the toast of the biride and groomin was, proposed ..by.' the bride's gi'randfather,, Mr C. Bur sill and supported by the bride groom's grandniother, Mis. A. Burns, Seir. The couple spent thie honeymoon on a motor trip to Coolangatta, Qld.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
Mr N t;111111111 a manda Miss . ee Geniingog, Bare at pre'- ' sentL lolidaying at Parkes, ',t r? t SRev an' Mrs HEi,? 'Lawson ,of Gei ilugonig reiftnAbuyo a fortnight &lt; ,, r Mi' OC Sha e ooijo famly,, of Biacktown, are holidaying ,iaeWeri' Beach. , and are rDen?eing manyceai, itne as : "they .ben 19 the guests ofMr and Mis C SWigginse ofa m Gerringong rin?i", gong*~ *t *~ ! '1 Mrs I?h. i i' s oI, raett ilof e, Epping ds .been: :visiting her ,;.,parents 'Mr ,.and Mrs 0 G Shaipe, of iToohijooa ,`,, ' Misses M,. Carnmodyiand1 D Gem miii, 'are tie igue'sts ,of' :'-:Aem i6ttei~s paients, ,Mi and tM}s )V Geummill
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
COMING EVENTS' June 13-Hockey Ball, Albion Park. ..fie 20-Golf Sulper Danice,- Kiama. eye 27-C.W:A. ?Ball, Gerringong ).: y 4-Red Gross Ball, Jamberoo. .y 9-Cath. E.P.' & Dance, Shell, uly 11-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. 22nd-Catholic Ball, Albion Pk. Aug. 27-Diggers -Ball, Gerringong. Aug" 29-G.F.C. Concert, Jamberoo.' Sept. 12-C.W:A. Y'ger Set Dance, KI. Sept: 18th-Meth. Spring Fair, J'roo Sept. 26-Diggers' Ball, Kiama. Sept. 30---C7 of BE. Tea Meeting,, Ki. Oct. 7-Scots Clihurch Spring Fair, KiL Oct. 14-C. of E. Flower Show, J'roo Dec. 5-C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance, Ki.
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 11 June 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL On T?iesclay atteidnoon the fist= of the Westerly. winds arrived; and as a result of the high v"el6city, the electricc power was off from about 3 pn.m but the fault w\as recifledby 4 pair The mianangel of the CloithigT Mill was very pleased to receive a Lo- 0wt ation; of £5 towards tlh Staff Ball which swelled' the proceeds` to £130 which :will go to tlhe Mate inity .W,?ng at the Kiama District Hospital. On Sunday next, 15th, June, the Methodist Churcha at Geiringoifg will celebrate its anniversariy by spccial sevrices? t during tlie day. morniing and evening. The preacher will be Rev. G. S. Udy, of Berry, who was heiard to advantage ,at the ire cent Anzzac Service. Special -inging by the local choir amid solo work will also be: rendered. J. N;KIing and Sonis''P?y& Ltd. held on Thiirsday last, the first of their cattle sales 1i ,the Kangaroo 1yValley yards wvhere they propose to conduct monthly sales." Abo it 60+hbad bf mixed.cattle were ,sold, iind t...