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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
CURRENT COUPONS .''. * . -.-:--^--* These ,coupotns mnay be used at piesent: - STEA-21-32 (21-24 expire 20th July, 25-28 expire 17th August, 29-32 expire 14th September). New coupons 33-3.6 available on 21st July.. , SUGAR-S7-S16 (exp'ire 2,0th July) Ne wcoupons S17-S1S 'available 21st July. BUTTER-22-24 (expire:20th July) 'New coupons 25-27 available 21st July. MEAT-Black 50-53 (expire 20th July, Green 57 and 59 expire 20th July. New coupons Black 54-56, Green 61 and 63 available 7th July. CLOTHING-Z57-112. and 1-56 (1947). Z57 -112 expire June 30. All pink special food coupons, 1945-46; will remaina current .until June, 30, 1947.
Rifle Shooting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
Rifle Shooting Kiama Rifle Club held a Monithly Shoot on. Saturday last from the 300 yards mound, and resulted in a win for O. Grey on the count back. 0. Grey .... ...... 48 2. 50 W. Alexander .. .... 49 1. 50 C. Morgan .. .. .. :. 47 4 50 R. Stead .. .. .. .. 44 71 50 T. Hardy'.... .... 46 41 50 H. Brown ...... .. 46' 3f 49i L. IBoniface .. . 44 5. 49J D. Davies ........ 46 3 49 F. Curry .. .. .. ' . 48 j 481 F. Hanigan .. ... ..... 39 ,9:1 48J G. Honey .... .. .. 45 3b 48A G. Boniface .. ..... 41 7 48 0. Alexander .. .. . 44 3.1 47 S. Love .. :. ... ...... 43 3j 46! C. Boniface .. .... 40 5f 451 J. Reason ........ 33 121 451 H. Johnston .. ..'.. 36 96 45A D. Taylor .. . . 27 171 44& J. Wiley ... ..... 40 4 44 A. Weston.: ..... 36 7 43 D. Wilson ..: .. .. .. 36 6h' 421 Next Saturday, 28th June, shoot ing will take place frbm the 300 yard mound, when the first stage of the Club Trophy will be conducted. MenmI bers are urged to be on the' range early as each Mharksmen will fi...
Golf KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
Golf KIAMA CLUB Kiama Club conducted the second round of the Corner Cup'Par compet ition on Saturday last which result dd:- W. Peck (6) 2 up; C. S. Boyd (9) 2 down; E. Evans (17) 2 down; K. Oliver (27) 2 down; B. Moore (23) 4 down; S. Boyd (20) 5 down; H. Brown (27) 6 down; R. O'Brien (24) 9 clown; M. Briggs (27) 11 down. The result of the Corner Cup conm petition held on Sunday last is as follows: W. Peck defeated F, Sharpe 4 up and 3 to play. Fred Curry holed out in one on the 4th and ns a result paid the usual An Agriehte Stapltoird, co mpeti tion wilr be held on Saturday next, 28th'June; The ,diaw isas follows: H, ;;Biown and Mr?: Jones; G Alliin' td G "M?'i. ami K0i ? oBrien and J'. Pearce; G.' Conni and, iMrs. .:Coiin ;.? Sharpe and B. BBoles', OC iBoyd, and N; ',o Brown ;1 M.i 'Biggs.' a ind, M Mc Kenizie; K. Jariratt and ,B., Blattman, R. O'Brien ,and Mr's. ?lllei K; Frye? and Miss Colle; B oor snd Knight;'' 1'Boyd`;and'Ji Momre 'J. Ridhiaid son and'kRO'BI'ien ,A Boyd aid D....
SPORTING ITEMS Football SOUTH COAST LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
SPORTING' ITEMS IFootball SOUTH COAST. .LE,,EAGUE :d 1pŽults of hait Saxturdays miitt' . hais ;were:....... ST 1R17GRADE GeIringong 13 v Jainbei oo 2 .Kiamia 1vBerry 0 S'Pyree,4 4 Albion Park :3, Noiwra 17v. Milton 0 RESERVE GRADE- . Kinian 17 v. Roseby Park 7 Shiellharbour 11 v. Nowlra 3. J.imber oo 2.,2 v Albion Park iil:. JUNIOR GRADE- Ifiama 10 v; Geriingoig 3. ' N.iwra 10 v. Berry 3
SOUTH COAST BOWLING ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
S TUTII`;, CAST BOWLING ASSN. The odiinary 'imeeting" of the Soutlleri Section f'tlhe South `Coast :bict1tiC& Bloinig Association was held iii the ierky: Clu: House on Sunday, 15t Jui e ;The P rresident ( Mi d Sc ed the chair ands the delegates resent, were Messrs.E Jaieso'i, N;,Wllis G. ougl S Burt' (iBeri y)' J: d'Keefe,; , Cranna .KIng R. Hender'son ('Kiama);,C h0 -iomas' A.'.,Parr W. Watt;?' A :.Parkes, (Nowra).' ~essi~s 'Burt `and;;'H°-ougli moved that ongratulations be `extended to M Reg Batty on his election asw Treasurer of the South Coast Bowl ing Association' and the t :r'ecord-A ed in the iue' ** CORRESPONDENCE 1 ". Fom -4 Berry, Kiama and Nowra .Clubs re the finalists in the Associa tion Championships. F. ,f.?onSouth C.oast Bowling 'Assoc iation e the same imatter as above. * * FINANCE .Tie ,flancial stateiement, disclosed a credit balance; f £8/ 17/3. The .Treasui~ei nientioned tliat pait of thl credit balance would be albsoroed ýýien the ennlant` lag. is pui ch...
Tennis MIXED COMPETITION MIXED COMPETITION Shellharbour I v. Kiama Catholic. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
Tennis MIXED COMPETITION Shellharbour '1 v. Kiama Catholic HI. Bush and. R. Hlardy (S) v. 0. Martin and J. Flynn (C) 6-0; v. K. Young and H. Canhamni 5-6. G. Will.amns and T. Wyatt v. K. Young and H. Canhamn 1-6; v. O. Martin and J. Flynn 6-3. Mrs. Bush and Mrs.. Hardy v. Mrs. Flynn and Mrs. Carmarge 6-5. H. Bush and Mrs. Bush v. J. Flynn and Mrs., Flynn 6-2; R. Hardy and Mrs. Hardy v. 0. Martin and Mrs. Carnage 6-2; G. Williams and Mrs. Bush v. K. Young and Mrs. Flynn 1-6; T. Wyatt aid Mrs. Hardy v. H. Canham and, Mrs. Carnage 6-3. Won by Shellhrbour I 6 sets 43 games to Kiama Catholic 3 sets 33 games. DunThmore. I.v.. Dunmore II J. Ryan and A. Pooley (Dun- more I) v. W. Radford and W. Wil liams (Dunmore II) 6-0; v. J. Mur phy and L. Lyons 6-2. L. Salvesrtin and J. Lyons v. J. Murphy and L. Lyons 6-0; v. W. Rad ford and W. Williams 6-4. `Mrs. Pooley and Miss B. Waters V. Mrs. Wood and 1Mrs. J. Williams 6-3. J. Ryan and Miss B. Waters v. W. Williams and Mrs. Wood 6-1; A. Pooley and ...
KIAMA v. BERRY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
. KIAMA v.BERRY Kiama had a tough game against Perry, .even though Bert'y had Kevin McDonnell and Gus MlIler out of their team, E.i?irily Belry ?howed their super Iority .and tlihre penalty goals, by A : Witts gave them, a G=iiil, lead. Kiaina came witlh their usual last nminute effort 'and' %iate in, the second half .rattled up 11 ipoints. Tiles were scoied by: Ray Stead (two).;and H George. J. Blanche converted ,,.one try. GERRINGONG v. JAMBEROO These teams, produticed an excellent Sexhibition of.?? football at Jamberooi ofi Saturday when Geirringong won by 13 'poitis to 2, after leading by 10 to 2 ,at. half-time. The winners gave their best exhibition of the 'season and were never in danger of defeat: Their fotwai ds outplayed the Roos strong pack and in this regard, G. O'Sullivan, R. Graham and W., 1Mil let were outstanding. Ini. the backs K. Stephen again gave a classy, dis- play whilst N. Love ,showed his old form and gave a- good ekhibition of full-back play, For Jamberoo ' G...
"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
"ROUNDABOUT" BY 'rTE AM1AN ýlN)THE STREET" ...; d iA. ^ fi + } ' iBeon fi.?ii"ty ."w?indy :durifig .tlhey last veek:bor o 'Ive seen 'at Ieat ail 'dozeno'.p..eqple ,wearin, new hats-, the cod Ines have "' gone"with the wind: ciie .fellow w;Ikow had';l 'tft'' fo-' 'Flatsland It ige bslleved o" have landedn ,oh one oi' the FIve d TIslands off:" Wdllongong. Abouth th at Lockingc ' ll Quarry, plus the trees planted eitlhe side of the road, greatly ei hance the gen oial appearance but" as one diiver sugesta, "we don't have to drive over ithe offlces or the trees, we get enough: biumnps wlthout' tha?..'By the way tis rumoured that Manager REdhfus O'Brien, Austy Robinson, Jasiy Wilson ',alde Gebrgie .Radford. are being measured for "claw, ham mner coats and cut throat collars" in ?r'?adiness for the opening of the new offices.,. TIhey conmider thatthe elab orate change. of suri'oundings will demand, only the best. Went to Beirry on Satuidaiy aftei= noon and stayed part of the night as well;...
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
S COMING EVENTS. June 27-C.W.A. Ball, Gerringong Jul!, 4-Red Cross Ball, Jamberoo. July 9-Cath. E.P. & Dance, Shell. July 9-SocialEvening & Dance, A.P. July. 11-Cricketers Prem. Ball, Ki. July 18-Show Ball, Albion Park. July 25-.Cricket Prem. Ball, G'gong. Aug. 1--Diggers' Ball, Jamberoo ,g. --G.U.O:OF:. Ball, Albion Pk. /-Meth. Tea Box Afternoon.Ki. , 22nd--Catholic BalliAlbion Pk. 27-Diggers Ball; Gerringong. . 29-G.F.C. Concert, Jamberoo. .t. 12-C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance, Ki. oept. 18th-Meth. Spring Fair, J'roo Sept. 26-Diggers' Ball, Kiama. Sept. 30--C. of E. Tea Meeting, Ki. Oct. 7-Scots Church Spring Fair, Ki. Oct. 14-C. of E. Flower Show, J'roo Dep. 5- C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance, Ki.
C. W. A. At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
'C. W. A. At Gerringong The montlhly meeting of. the Ger r?ingong., Branch of the , Coultry Women's Association was held in the! School of Artts on" "Wedniesday &iteiiioon wlie ti 'absenhe the President,, Mrh. G., E. Chittick, Yice-Priesident, ,presided ,over' a :fair attendance of nimembers. Themeet ing opened with the; National An them and the C.W.A."nmotto. ' A imotion of; sympliathy was accord ed Mrs. W. , :Sharpe in; the recent death of her mother. .,Congratulations were extended to Mrs. C. E. Carter on the birth of a daughter and to Mrs. J. G. Miller who recently became a grandmother. Apologies for unavoidable absence were received from several members each of whom signified their inten tion of rendering assistance, at the forthcoming Blue and Gold Ball. It was reported that since last meeting gifts of 'fruit and, flowers liad been sent to Mesdames C. E. Carter. and R. E. Cooke who had been in hospital. -The monthly food parcel for Britain had been forward ed. M.esdanf...
INVEST IN YOUTH Scout and Guide Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
INVEST IN YOUTH Scout and Guide Appeal The Scout and Guide Movements are organisations which have proved their value in Nation building. In New South Wales there is no cen tre where these mnovements, may have their headquarters, where org anisation and training may be plan ned and carried: out. Without such a, centre there cannot be develop mnent of the 'pirit of . Scouting and Guiding necessary in' these days when moulding of character 'in our younig people is so vital, Scouts of to-day are the potential leaders of professions and industries of to-morrow. Guides are the mothers of the future sons of Aus tralia. £150,000 is needed to'acquire and equip a Centre for Scouting and Guiding, which will be a memorial to Scouts and Guides who served'inii World War II. This. Centre will be a veritable power-house from which will flowd the planned energy to build up a wonderful force for good ,in the community. The Scout and Guide movements- embrace . all classes, creeds, 'and natilonalitles;...
KIAMA C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
KIAMA C.W.A. ..The monthly meeting of? the Ki ama C.W.A. was held in the Rest Rooms on Tuesday, 17th June. The President, Mrs. Knight, presided and, there was. a very good attendance of members. Apologies were received from Mesdames Greenwood, Kingdon, A. Alexander, T. Tongue, Tory, Tarbert, and Miss Spinks. The President remarked on sev eral members being ill and wished' them a speedy recovery. A welcome was extended to a new . member, Mrs. Filmer. Discussion took ,place regarding a Quiz Session .to be held at a later date andcl! a suub-committee was ap pointed to arralge same, the pro ceeds to be devoted to the proposed Baby Health Centre and'Rest Rooms. CORRESPONDENCE From Mrs. W. T. Beazley, re turning thanks for condolence. From Mesdames Martin, Weir and Jones, thanks for sympathy during illness. From Legacy War Orphans Button Day Appeal asking for assistance. It was decided to give the same assistance as previous years.' From the Girl Guide Princess com petition asking for sup...
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
HOCKEY ~iama 1 and Gervingong played the, fif?tl match oif the Shoalhaven coin; petition at 'Jubilee ParIk" Geiingong, on Saturday last` The gound and t?he.eatleter was iwdl fto hoc' e" =It ,was expected that these two ral teams jmeeting' for 'i the' t tiie "would` pr iovidle' a vei y:;'l hard '":gamex Th?;'i oved to be the caseand tle moste aveny .co testednt aeii ofthe season took piace: Both teams' w'e e; almost at full strenc th and soon set tied down to tast and inte esting Kfaila' were :the fir ato l.b con Sdainger'ous an': looked, as if the?. would ;score eaily,; but theii forivaids se. ined to hit blindly when 'tn; good. scorilig pffosltions It took Geri n g song ;:some time before they ?settledi dowin to their usual style of play Their for.wards then gave a, slarkling display, on; combinationa and :stick yoir . Tlhe Kiania backs weie iay ing, a worrying time and ,the goalie had many anxious: moments., 19Iavis. Rodgers yas a towegr of, strenigth to Kiama and ~saved thei posi...
THE BUSINESS OF FARMING Importance of Accurate Records [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 25 June 1947
THE BUSINESS OF. FARMING Importance of . Accurate Records Realising that, in the long run, the prosperity of Australia's agri cultural industries depends not merely on efficient mechanical meth ods but also on efficieint business management, the Division of Mark eting and Agricultural Economics of the Department of Agriculture has designed a series of farm record books, suitable for various types of farms, which enable any farmer, no matter how small his knowledge of book-keeping, to keep adequate records of his finances and his pro duction. SBy means of these records it is quite, an easy matter for any farmer to work out his profit on his year's operations. The book enables him to find his 'return on capital and to get a good idea of what he has ob tained for his own labour, while it makes possible a yearly comparison of costs, to mention but a few of the uses to which it may be put. Apart from anything else, the book gieatly facilitates the compila tion of taxation returns and whe...
OSLO LUNCH ROSTER FOR JULY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 28 June 1947
:OSLO' rnNCH ROSTER POR ,JULY Tues. 1: Mesdames Swan, Fuller, Jenkins... Wed. 2: Gale, Guy, Richardson. ',Thurs. 3: Tarbert," Millett; Nancy Ward: Fri 4:'""Bolton, Trapp, Chittick. Moni. 7: Ditton, Tansey, ?Windsor. Tues. 8, ;Falvey, Burton, Nether clift. Wed. 9:' Misses Stewarts, Phillips. Thurs'. 10: Reid, Walker, Kates. Fri. 11: Robb, Swan, Hardy, Jar vio4, Fuller. Mon. 14: King, Pesacud, Ziems. Tues. 165: Boniface, Gowan, Reason Wed 16: 5 Jarrett,' Fretwell, Alexander. Thurs. 17: Yule, Tieck, Marks. Fri. 18: Mackie;, McDonald, Som merville. Mon. 21: James, Bairrett, Wilbow. Tues. 22: Bodey, Boyce,,Lola King Wed. '23: Saunders, Stead, Marley. Thursj24:' Bloomfield, Sands, Tid marsh. Fri.b 25: J. Noble, Hamilton, I. Martin. .Mon. 28: Ditton, Tansey, Windsor. Tues. 29: Swan, James, Jenkins. Wed. 30: Gale, Guy, Richardson. Thurs., 31: Tarbert, Laye; Millett.
YOUNGER SET At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 28 June 1947
YOUNGER SET At Jamberoo A meeting of the Jamberoo Young er Set was held in the School of Arts .on Monday last, 23rd June. The President, Mrs. P. Court, oc cupied the chair and there was a good attendance of members. SAfter the business of the meeting had been dealt with, a, Social Even ing was held which was very. much, enjoyed by all. Visitors were pi'esent from Gerringong, Kiama and Albion Park. A very nice supper was provided by members of the Club.
CENSUS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 28 June 1947
At ithe' tilme of'the. last' Census in 1933 thieie wer 1,618500 dwellings of .which. 68,772 were unoccupied and 2,352 were unconipletd;' '-said" the Commonwealth Statisticiani (Dr.' Roland Wilson) this week, when dis cussing tihe questions on' the' Censius Schedule relating, to dwellings.' He added that 98 per cent of the occu pied dwellings were private houses and 'flats. The balance represented hotels, boarding houses, instlitu-i tions,. etc. The last Census was taken during the great depression, said Dr. Wil= son, and the small numbeir of houses then under constriiction' was a re. flection of the economic, conditio?~ of the times. Ofn this occasion a supplemeiltary incquiry in regard to houses under construction .-and hous-, es recently completed was being uri dertaken by .the Census Collectors. The results of this inquiry would be of the greatest value in enabling his officers to check and improve' the quarterly statistics, of new building which had recently been histituted by t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 28 June 1947
DOUBLE." SCRUSID OATS £13/10/0 PER TON DAIRY MEAL -::- MILO MEAL LUCERNE HAY; OATEN, WHEATEN & LUCERNE CHAFF; OAT POLLARD; ALGERIAN, BELAH & FULGRAHAMVI OATS; CALF FOOD FERTILIZERS:-Superphosphate ,and P.B.: 'S MEDIUM, ,,COARSE SAI'T--8/6 PER BAG Also on Stook: MILLET BROOMS, BASS BROOMS, SCRUIBS, SOFT SOAP AND ALL VARIETIES OF HARDWARE 2 SECTION DIAMOND HARROW.COMPLETE; also "LARVACIDE" RAT POISONING Cali in and Inspect our Stocks at-T " N.S W. PRODUCE CO. PTY LTD Manning Street - Kiama' RING & ORDER. NOW-KIAMA 210: Agents for:-NEPTUNE OIL, MASSEY HARRIS &.YATES'.SEEDS * *£ * ** . . r.• ,,. . ' , . .WAYS a courte prompt service at thi store. halityha goods and low price. are hand in hand. Yot grocery needs will be supplied etter here., P. J. DAVIES STOREKEEPER Phone 13A NORTH KIAMA WIRELESS AND REFRIGERATORS SALES AND SERVICE Courteous Attention to Inquiries ROBERTS KIAMA - -- - - - - Phone 60 NEA LL'S ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE 40 TERRALONG STREET, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 28 June 1947
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER 'AND 'JEWELLER F. E. PALIN PHONE: .KIAMA 82 D,uring ,these difficult' days, no butsiness is more handicapped' by' the scarcity of st6ock an: material than is the WATCH' and JEWELLERY TRADE, and" w.hilst we are looking for the silver lining, all sections of the commiunity 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 Swill not be far distant when the trials of to-day are a thing of the past. S YEARS OF PRACTICAL --":EXPERIENCE IN ALL CLASSES OF. CLOCK AND WATCH REPAIRS. ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Fruiterers,'Green grocers. Deliveries dally, to Ki. ama, Jamberoo and Shellharbour. Phone 18.: J. CURRY, Plumbers' Supplies. Ter ralong Street. Phone 169. COOK & DYER, Fruit and Confec tionery.. Terr'aloig Street, Kiama Phone 173. HIRE SERVICE, Day or night. Phone 92. CLEM'KEIR, Manning street. Cars washed and cleaned. ...
ELECTRICITY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 28 June 1947
: ELECTRICITY In all centres of this district, elec tricity extensions are' held up for lack of material.. The. following are the., .reports recently ..submitted to the Kiama, Shellharbour and Gerrin gong Council by the respective elec trical engineers: At Shellharbour Mr.,E. Hooper re ported, "Regarding insti'uctions received from Council at last meeting. to in stal an additional street light at the southern end of Windang Bridge, and to connect electric light to bus-shelter sheds at Lake Illa warri'a South. I have not been able to implement these instructions for the reaon iithait certain, imiaterials ordered foir hese works; avae not yet been delivered. For the'same reason, I have been able to com plete the extension of street light ing along Telegraph, Road,.' Albion Park. , "Seven new consumer's services were connected during the period, six of these being at Lake Illawarra South, and one in Albion Park town ship estate., "Rural and Oak Flats Extensions Further satisfactory pro...