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"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
"ROUNDABOUT" BY "THE MAN IN THE STREET'". The lunch: houtr closure ?of shops in Kiama, which has been the dcentre of discussion: in this jou nal recent 1yI, has beenI. causing qluite ai dleal .of public inte est judging by what I have 'heard T.. e. Tie concensus;, of opinion'l seems to. be that th9 idea: of the. lutich time break by. nos' bliusiness houses is inflicting `'a great deal of inconvenience on tohe liiublic. M'.ain, stifferers ar'e. those.. persons living out of to\n .n The time during, which the sihopis are closed seems. to he one at which niany folk' are' able ..to get '.to town and; as hasal realdy been pointed out hey have usually to huiirry off home again with out being able to' finish their pur chases in the timne at their dis posal. Regulations of course lhave to be adhered to and the shopkeepeis' and assistants considered, but, it seems 'that even these people would be willing, to co-operate at an am icable settlement if the -word iwere only given. Something must ...
BOWLS KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
BOWLS KIAMA CLUB Cock of the Walk, Singles-S. Popplewell 31 defeated J. Jarrett 24.1 Rink Games: P. Tarbert,. 'J. Kelaher, Hender son, M. Cranna 31 defeated Rev. '1.: Irish, R. Wilson, J. Cope, P. Davies 17. J?:?Pike,. C. Brown, D. Warren 28 defeated A. Jones, T. Tongue, J. N. King 17.
A.M.P. SOCIETY Chairman's Annual Review [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
A.M.P. SOCIETY Chairman's Annual Review At the Annual Meeting of the A.M.P. Society held in Sydney re cently, the Deputy ,Chairman (Mr. C. H. Hoskins) announced that Life Insurance to the amount of £58,400,000 had been written for the year 1946. This exceeded the record 1945 figure by more than £19,700,000. The total claims by death and mat urity during the year in both Depart ments amounted to over £9,000,000. Over £564,000 of this sum was in respect of war claims. The Society had now paid in respect of war claims amounts to over £5,000,000. Mr. Hoskins said that in 1930 the rate of interest realised by the Soc iety was £5/14/11 per cent. In 1946 the figure was £3/17/5 per cent. This decline had been consistent and protracted and was shared by all life insurance institutions. His Board, however, did not feel pessi mistic about the future. Life Insur ance could continue to operate sat-= isfactorily provided that inteiest rates did not fall below the point where thrift became unattra...
R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Kiama Sub-branch [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
R.S.S.I.L.A. Kiama Sub-branch SThe imonthily neeting.off the Kiarna Sub- branch was hefti 'in Uhe Coundl. Ohamnibei's on 5th June when th?yre was a fair attendance of xneniblers., Apologies for absence, wie. reIr ceved ?fron Messrs. G,. P. Watkins, S. 0oi, ;N immons, aind. C. M1eiklej.lin. ;CORRESPONDENCE, ,,,, From thle StateSeciretary ackniowl edginig receipt? of:: Ballot 'Papers in connectioilw.,:ithi the State i.Council for 1947-48 : From FurloighiiHouse iSe dollection of old clothes and iags to be sold on behalf of that Institution which is doing suichi?w onderful ?(oik fto eo?r service' personnel. iThe Secretary (Mi :\W, G. Dawves) reported that thle Scoutmaster, M?ri. George Little, would ,.deliver t the empty bags on Stti rday; 21st Jiune at vauoi;ius'centies in thile Municipality and call anid collect samie on Saturiday 28th June; when it is hoped house holders will'have put all old, clothes and rags in them. There is no need to ,wash the clothes or rags. SFrom. the Kiama R...
GOLF KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
GOLF KIAMA CLUB Kiama Club held the first round of the Corner Cup on Saturday last. B. Moore ........... 30 67 F. Sharpe....:........ 36 67 W. Peck.......... 8 70 R. O'Brien .. ... ....;. .'33 70 S. Boyd .. ... ...17 72 K Jarratt .... .. ..... 36 78 C. S. Boyd ....... ... .. .12 79 A. Boyd .. . ... .. 24 80 J. R. Briggs .. .. .... .. 36 84 J. Richardson ...... .. .. 36 99 GERRINGONG CLUB Gerringong 'Club held a FourI Ball v. Par competition on, Saturday which resulted:- R. Jonies and A. Johns 1 up;' E. W. Holt and C. Sharpe 2 down;. " Mitchell and J. R. M. Miller 2 down; P. Carson and J. W. Parkhill 3'downi; J. Carson and W. Hockaday 3 down; A. Stebbing' and B. C. Miller 4 down; E. J.. Miller and C. H. Gillard 6 down.
KIAMA SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
KIAMA $HOW x The i orse, stewards of the Ki oama A. nd Hn, Society met on WedI nesday, last ind iartially lompleted a c?mpr'heeinave aand attractive pro gramme:' of :ring yeiits&'for the two days of' the Centeinary.'Show to be lield on 24th -and 26th January next. SSo far more, than £200 prizemoney has been? allotted. The Kitama'Biýaiich 'of the Returned Soldiers League' has, donated £25' 'for an .ventto `be; kinown 'as the Kiima IDiggers' Trot. '"," Ano'lhel donation of £ 20' has been givenby: Messrs. GC. Cooperi.and ?Son.' Mr. 0. Cooper is a member of the Comimiiittee " Suchearly'. response in the way of donations and intimation of co-op-: oration by the.'Kiamna Council, C.W.A Chamber ,of '"Commerce and, Return-, ed Soldiers" Leagtle auguirs well for a fltting celebration 'of,.. :the 100thi anniversary of the' formation of the Society iext year. ' '•
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
HOCKEY Gerringong. defeated Nowra II on Saturday last by.2 goals to. 1. Scorr ers `for Gerringong were P. Quinn and M. Johnston and for Nowra P.. On Monday in a trial game at Ki ama, Gerringoiig defeated. Kiania by 4 goals to 1., For the wiinneirs Peggy Quinn, Kath 'Taylor, Joyce :Graham and Beryl Walker scored goals and Marjorie Wilson scored for Kiaina. Kiama I were defeated by Nowra I on the Kiama. Sihowground on Sat-, urday last' by 7 goals to nil. - Kima;I HI teami journeyed to Al bion Pai~k and wvere defeated by- 2, goals to nil.
NEW SAVINGS PLAN [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
NEW SAVINGS 'PLAN The new five year series of Say ings Certificates which have been on issue since'March 1, have proved to be just as popular as were the seven year Certificates : previously avail-. able, according to theN.S.W: Deputy Dftector of Conimoniwealth Loans, Mri. C. F. Lewis. Figures received from: banks a id money order post offices all over' the State, he said,' clearly indicated that citizens appreciated the convenience of, a,,Commonwealth, Securitiy by which, they?1 could add to thlieir sav ings in small units which increase: in value eeveiy year." Also the high percentage of matui ing seven "'year Savings Certificates being held for a further increase in value was evidence that the slogan. "Hold the old and buy the new" had been widely adopted. The new, Certificates aie sbld for, £1, £5, £10 and £50 aind will be worth respectively £1/3/1-, £ 5/15/-, £11/10/-, and £ 57/10/- in five years Their annual increases in value will be at the rate of. sixpence -in the pound for...
ACCIDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
| 'AlCCIDENTS. ,OnQiiSuindAy, Allan .Jones, >of Jam-; - beooireceived deep lacerations to the 'head'land shock whcen lie wa kicked by a horse. Slvian Johlin Bushel, of Mascot rldei of a mnotoi cycle which skid ded on tie Geiiingong -Road, "re ceived, severe head injuries and shock,on Monday morning. .Arthur hlliman,'ls o:;f Mascot, who was riding pilliiionieceived an' injured shouldei Both were cohveyed by Amb ulanceI to Kiama Hospital and admintted. ' Alexander' Brown and Keith Brown both 6iof Cionulla , were riding motor cycles 'both of which collided with a car on ;Lake, Road, Shelliharbou.' Alexander received lacerations and abrasions and Keith abrasions :to knee and 'shock. Both were treated on the spot by Kiania Ambultnde. Ernest Livesley, of Blthanim, St., Gladesville, received ,:deep lacra tions to the right leg ,when his motor ,cycle collided' with' a, car on :the,Ger ringong Road :on Monday, minoriing. On Monday afternoon, Mis. Dora Thomason, oft Sevenh Milel Beach Road...
KIAMA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
KIAMA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS Mr. M. S. Meagher, S.M. had. a. fairly light, list, on Wedziesday last at Kiama Court of Petty Sessions, Four defendants were each finied 10/- for carrying a pillion rider on their motor cycle whilst holding an original riders licence,. Two others were, fined £3 each for. exceeding the speed limit within s built up area. Charges of crossing the centre line on Prince's Highway whilst the view ahead was, restricted weire met with fines of 25/-,. £2, and £3. In all cases 8/- costs were added. SKenneth James Savage was charg ed with using the Kiama' Sports Club for the purposes of betting. He was found to have a book containing 24 bets. He had been fined £20 'in April for Street betting. Mr. Kearns appeared for defeiid ant, pleaded guilty and explained defendant had 'given up betting. Fined £20 and given 3 moliths to pay. Erold George Carter was charged With driving a utility truck whilst not holding a drivers license. Police evidence was that defendant dro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
"TIIýERýMAX ý. -ý Thermal Unit Kerosene Pressure-Jet FOR HOME USE FARM USE . FACTORY USE . This unit. vill solve., your, heating. problems regaridless' of the supplies of electiHicity, coal, gas, wood or equipment: 'Boiling water at a momeniits notice for dairy utensils, stock foods, washing clothes, bath, cooking, etc. a boon to every farmer. S'The whole unit consists of a 16-gallon: tin-lined 'copper, a mild, steel fire box on legs, a 3_-gaion kerosene storage unit with pres sure gauge, etc., and the heating unit: The, pressure jet throws a fierce blue flame igainst a baffle, the heat .being conti'olled at will by a' valve COSTS LESS THAN 3d TO BOIL 16 GALLONS OF WATER The heating unit inay be purchased separately if requii'ed. NS.W. PRODUCE CO PTY LTD Manning Street, KIAMA--Phone 210 O000W E N ý GA R DNER . "& C0O.' SrJAMBEROO '* LICENSED AUCTIONEER, STOCK,, STATION, REAL ESTATE \ * AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS Have pleasure in announcing they have, commenced business at...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
THE TIDES The following times are taken as at Fort Denison, Sydney. Kiama is approximately 20 minutes later:- .JUNE p.m. Wednesday, 18th-High: 7.35 a.ma, and 7.54 p.m.; Low: 1.37 a.m. anl 1.16 p.m( Thursday, 19th-High: 8.30 a.m: and 8.43 p.m.; Low: 2.33 a.m. and 2.7 p.m. Friday, 20th-Higli: 9.25 a.m. and 9.34 p.m.; Low: 3.28 a.m. and 3 p.m. SSaturday, 21st-High: 10.20 a'.m.; and 10.25 p.m.; Low: 4.21 a.m. and 3.56 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
,URRENT COUPONS I' IThesp (Oilp 01pos may b'e used at present:, TEA-17-28 (17-20 expire June 22; 21-24 expire July 20;25-28 ex pire Auigust 17).' New coupons 29-32 available June 23, :.. SUGAR-S7-S14,: (Expiire 20th July)'. New coupons S15-S16 avail- able 23rd June: BUTTER-19-21 (expirei June 22) New coupons 22-24 available Junie 23. MEAT-?Black 43-49 .green 49-55, expuire 22nd June; new. coupons black 50-53, green 57 and 59 avail able 23rd June. CLOTHING-Z57-112 and' 1-56 (1947). Z57-112 expire June 30. All pink special food coupons. 1945-46, will remain current .until June 30,.1947 . '
OMELETTES ARE EASY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
OMELETTES ARE EASY Contrary. to generally expressed opinion, omelettes are not difficult to make, and forni a very valuable con tribution to the meatless menus be ing used by so many housewives in, their effort to make more meat avail able for their kinsfolk'in the United: Kingdom. This is particularly the case when the omelettes are filled withli sonething fairly substantial, sikch as fried mushrooms, chopped haili, or small dice-shaped potatoes previously part-boiled and tossed in hot fat,. A"fool-proof" plain omelr ette 'recipe is as follows: To each .4 eggs add one tablespoon of milk o :cream, one level teaspoon of salt, and pepper to taste. Whisk very' slightly and pour into pre heated, lightly oiled, thick pan. Keep tiuning in the sides so that the un cooked mixture keeps flowving out, until the whole omelette is set. Add your favourite filling and fold over into :a comfortable "bolster" shape. *Connoisseurs think that a. good soup;, a tasty omelette and a piece of choice frui...
BUTTER GOES FURTHER [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
BUTTER GOES. FURTHER After experimenting with various ways of making butter go further, the Rationing Commission considers thiat this recipe is as near perfection as possible. It.has added nutriment and looks and tastes like the. real thing. Do not use for baking, as it is intended to be a perfect spread. It is invaluable for spreading . on bread, scones, biscuits and toast. The recipe is: In a small saucepan put 2 heaped tablespoons of full cream powdered milk, add 1 teaspoon powdered gela tine, and I teaspoon of salt. Mix In gradually J breakfast cup milk and stir over. fire until hot, but NOT boiling. Cool a little and. cut in i lb butter. Stir and blend with wooden spoon and pour into bowl. This will give you the bulk of one pound of butter, and it really goes even further than that because it spreads so easily.. Try it and send the coupons you save to Box X.Y.Z.; G.P.O., in your capital city, to help the Food, for Britain appeal.
LIQUOR AT DANCES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
LIQUOR AT DANCES Perturbed at the amount of drunk eniiness at Dances, the Bega Disti'ict News, in the last' issue, features an editorial .:and the views of citizens on the matter. The editorial states-"The major ity'of those who have expressed con cern 'at the car drinking are 'not prudes and spoil 'sports, but are people ?who realise 'liow an enjoyable evening can be ruined for niany who attend. It is' certainly a pity if this pleasant opportuniity for social life iit the 'town is going to suffer by the shedding df a" measure of self-dis cip ine 'by :the n'oisy, befuddled few. The main consensus of opinion i~ that the throwing off'of restraint by the' car drinking is' the cause, and. it has been suggested that cbntrol led liquor in the hlall itself would'be more conducive to civilised drink ing. 'Against this is the ' traditional manner in which our people attend dances.: Few ever attend in definite iparties,' and therefore the. suggested cabaret dances for; the',larger func tions ...
KIAMA HOSPITAL LADIES AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
KIAMA HOSPITAL LAWES AUXILIARY Kiama District Hospital Ladies Auxiliary held their monthly; meet ing on Friday last at Miss Pilcher's residence. The''re was avery good attendance. Mrs. Blattman gave a comnrehen .live ireport on the South Eastern Auxiliaries Regional Conference held at Wollongong .on 14th May. Miss Pilcher, Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Blattman and Miss A:V. P. Maguire attended. It was reported- the Street Stall held on 30th May realised £6/7/8. Catering for the Clothing Mill Ball of 6th June was successfully carried out by. the combined Hospitals. Auxiliaries of the district. The President conveyed a message of thanks to all the .ladies who so willingly assisted. '
HEALTH [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
HEALTH (Contributed by tlhe Healthil Dept.) Tile suggestion that a single. cough or. sneeze could shake the world appears fantastic, Yet the terrible epidemic of ?pneumonic Influenza,: which spai'ed no nation .started ,i' this veery ordinarylway. ' No `wonder the Germans called it ,jBlitzkita rh"t for this scourge swept across the' worldd like lightning.: Tile' pandemic, easily ,the most widespread on' record;/is' believed :to have oiginated, among .sojdiers at Camp Sevier, South Caitolina, in May, ..1918. Naturally the'. United States. ivas. hard . hit. :Within six months, 430,000 Amer? i feans died? froni pneumonic 'flu. Returning troops brought hinfection to; Australia." . In New South Wales alone,, the invader killed 6,287 persons in .1919. Through out' the world,. two hundred million people contracted this deadly form of 'flu. Of these, over 10,000,000 cases proved fatal. ASSAULT BY DROPLET It is surprising that the death roll wash not greater; any disease spread by coughing an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers, Green grocers. Deliveries daily to KI. ama, Jamberoo and Shellh'ai'bour. Phone 185.. .1. CURRY, Plumbers' Supplies. Ter ralong Street. Phone 169. COOK & DYER, Fruit and Confec* Stionery. Terralong Street, Kiama. 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. MANGY, Representative for West ern' Assurance Co.,'Fire, Personal Sickness and Accident, Workers' Compensation. Undoubted Secur ity, Prompt settlement, 60 Collins Street. R G. &. W. R. HOLDEN, the oldest established Butchers in the dis trict. Manning Street. Phone 22. . JAMBEROO SPRYOR BROS., General Storekeepers Phone 9, Jamberoo. FREDERICKS' GENERAL STORE. GREEN' COUPONS Given Freely. Phone 6, Jamberoo. BUY LOCKETT'S AMlAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. Claude L. Knight, . F.I.O. (By Exam.) OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERR...
WELCOME TO NEW MAGISTRATE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 18 June 1947
WELCOME TO NEW MAGISTRATE Mr. M. S. Meagher, who has suc ceeded Mr. A. E. Hodgson as Police Magistrate. In this circuit, held, his first sitting atKiama Court on Wed nesday last. : He, was welcomed bye the Police and Messrs. G. P. Watkins. and F. Kearns? on 'behalf of the legal pro fession.: `Mr. Meagher ! briefly responded saying he hoped his visits to Kiama would be pleasant and thanking the speakers for their welcome and as surances of co-operation.