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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

ROUNDABOUT BY "THE MAN IN THE STREET"' Of interest to local guninen is the fact that Shiellharbour Rifle Clubl has been revived, a range picked out, iand very shortly tlihe lads ,ill be "belting the bull" Tom McCabe 'has been made Captaii aiid .the genial Tom is ioptimistic in his outlookl of the Clubs futtr e If i remembeir rigihtly Slellharbour had some excelliint rideieen a few yeairs ago and quite a. few of them ,will be back at it again now that-everythiing has been fixed utli fo ar new start. The new range is. actually close by where the old liutts were and a 900 yard mound can easily be placed in action. Shellhaibour Football Club may be passing throuitigh a lean period.-but believe me the outlook. for future years. is veiy bright. At Shelliar bour Public School they have a' team of youngsters that lias just completed a series of very fine wins against schools farther. north. Six victoies in a row is not bad gbing is it, ,the latest being Port Kembia. who wvere topiled last. ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

* I THE KIAMA LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERS Wish to announce that they are prepar ed to receive all types of laundry work. i Unfortunately Dry Cleaning machinery : is not yet available owing to holp-ups in the : SMetal Trades. This should be available in. : the near future. Laundry may be left at Depot at :JONES' NEWSAGENCY or Factory in Noorinan St. opposite Bowliiig Green " " .." .t." "" " . " C l jC"() .{/ýJ!n.ý 'l. ;l. r1-ýJ Ii" 'I . , ." o - RUBBER STAMPS SAVE TIME-BUY A RUBBER STAMP ONE LINE 1 INCH LONG ONLY COSTS 1/9 k. -52 LINES 2 INCHES LONG ,COST 3/9 OTHER CHARGES ON APPLICATION . -.(A11 prices 'plus 10% Sales Tax) LINEN MARK(NG OUTFITS-2/6 WESTON & CO., Shoalhaven St., KIAMA ---.... ---..... - --.... ---- --'. . .... . - - --- . . .. . . . . .--- ......................--- SOWEN GARDNER & CO. SLICENSED AUCTIONEER, STOCK, STATION, REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS r JAMBEROO S AGENTS, FOR MOFFAT-VIRTUE LIMITED Distributing:-Milking.. Plants, Dairy. Steril...

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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

THE TIDES The?rollowing times are taken as at Fort Denison, Sydney: Kiama is approximately 20 minutes later:- JULY Wednesday, 2nd; IHigh 7.46 a.m. 7.56 p.m.; Low 2.1 a.m. 1.15 p.m. Thursday, 3rd: High 8.26 a.m. and 8.34 p.m.; Low 2.40 a.m. anid 1.55 p.m. Friday, 4th: High 9.5 a.m. and 9.9 p.m.; Low 3.19 a.m. and 2.35 p.m.. Satir;day, 5th: High 9.46 a.m. and 9.45 pai.; Low 3.56 a.m. and 3.14 . .m. M.

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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

CURRENT COUPONS' These coupons may be ised at present: - TEA-2l1-32' (ýi-24h expitre 20th July, 25-28 expie 17tlih ?August, 29-32 expire 14th September). New coupons 33-36 availaible ?.on21st Juily.: SUGAR--S7-S16 (expi!re 20th July) Ne wvcbuiiins S17-Si' availall?e 21st July. BUTTER-22-24 (expire 20th Juily) 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. CLOTHI'NG-Z57-112 aind 1-56 (1947). Z57-112 expire June 30. "All pink special food ;' coupons, 1045"-46,' will' riiiain current until June 30, 1947.,"

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400,000 BUTTONS FOR SALE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

400,000 BUTTONS FOR SALE Four hundred- thousand buttons will be sold in-New South Wales on Friday, 18tlh July. They will be of no use for keeping up your trousers or as 'ornaments and fastenings for your dress. Their ultimate value will be far greater. They will help to secure and fasten the future of hundreds of women and children throughout the State.. July 18 will be Legacy Club's an - nual Button Day. Proceeds of the sale of 400,000 buttons will go to Legacy's work among widows and children of men who fell in two world wars. That work raniges from medical attention to'education and vocational guidance, family welfare, guidance and assistance,. recreational "and club facilities. Written thus, the work may not seem great buit it represents, in mass, a large part of all that huindreds of fathers would have been able to do for their families. . Legacy sprang from the needs of those families. Comrades of. men who died did not forget their sacri fices. They took upon themselves the du...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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MR. JAMES MILLIGAN [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

MR. JAMES MILLIGAN The death occurred at the Prince of Wales Hos?iptal, R~indwick, on Wednesday, of Mr. James Milligan at the age of 67 years. He was a member of the 18th Batt." 1st A.I.F., and for several years resided at Gerringong during which time he vwas employed at Mr. A. E. Smith's but chery. The late Mr. Milligan made many 'friends in. the Gerringong dis trict who will regret to learn of his passing. He is survived by his wife and daughter Patricia. The funeral took place in the Catholic Cemetery, Botany, on Friday afternoon.

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M.U.I.O.O.F. LODGE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

M.U.I.O.O.F. LODGE SMEETING DOn Saturday. next, the' Illawarra District. of. the. Manchester Unity Order of OcfdfellowsLodge will, ?le holding. its- annual meeting iii, Ki aama when the District Officers, un der D.G.M. Bro. Dingle, and dele gates fromn various lodges will as sembible to transact business in con nection with the District & G.A.M.C. and' for the puriiose of electing and installing the Distiict Officers foi' the ensuing twelve months. The Grand Master, Bro. C. R. White, will be represented by his Deputy, Bro. B. Snape, o2 Weston, and it is anticipated there will be anything from 50 to 60 visitors front Metropolitan Districts and the Lod ges in the District. At the conclusion of the business a d.nner and social evening- will be held in the Oddfellows Hall t which there will be an investiture of District Officers.

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MRS. G. BLANCHARD [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

MRS. G. BLANCHARD The death occurred on ,Friday, last of Mrs. Grace Blltnchard i a Private Hospital at Wollongong.1.Mrs. Blanchard Was a sister of the late W. P. Milne and was borii- at Kiamia. She lived at Chatswood prior to moving to Kiama about 18 months ago. She had been a patient in Ki ama District Hospital for some 14 months and only recently was taken to Wollongong. She was the recipient of the R]ed Cross Medal for her work for the Red Cross, and whilst at Kiamina hiad busied herself working, for chari table organisations in the town. The funeral took place at the Ki ama Cemetery after a service in the Presbyterian Churgh, Rev.. I- H. Childs offidiating.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

HOCKEY , Beriry was the venue foi' five Hock ey competition matches on Saturday. Chief interest ,was centred .in the game between Berry I and Gerrin gong. Berry, having won every game, and Gerringong losing one, it was generally expected by .hockey fans that Berry would, have a coin fortable win over their less exper ienced :opponents. During the first ten minutes Berry had the' best of the game and narrowly missed scor-. ing on a number of occasions. They appeared to be over anxious and their shooting ,for goal was erratic. Gerringong have to thank their goalie, Kath Johnson, for many .fine saves in tiis early part of the game. It took the Gerringong players about ten minutes to get used to the strange ground. ,A complete change came pver the gaile as Gerringong took command. The forwards, with their speedy wingers, ran the legs off the Berry defenders. Peggy Quinn was keeping her forwards in position and giving them openings to score in plenty. At this time Mary Jolnson. and Joyce...

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FISHING COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

FISHING COMPETITION Isaac Walton's followei's arrived in lairge numbers at Macquarie Rivu let'on Sunday last- to take part in r' fishing coiiipetitionu, organised by the Albion Park Rail Progress Assoc-. lation. Prizes'were offered :foir thle largest fltsh l??ught in the. Rivullet; ' Competitors were; not. iestir icted .:to the male asex 6hiy no less than 30 ladies; taking pai?t in i;the comipeti tion. , ... The weatlher was perfect, and both sides of 'the river was ocupied for a distance of half a mile by coinpeti-7 Mr: Mvax Wilson:i won the Gents prize with a bream weighing ', L lb 2 ozs. He received a prize of a reel, 100 yards of giut'line and a bottle of wine . The prize for : the ladies =was won, by Mis. C Booth' who was slighitly ahead of her oppoients with a 1 lb 2 ozs breani.' She was`: presented wvith half a -dozen stainless table knives 'tfo rher effort. The President and Seciretary f ftlie?? Association, 'Messrs.. G. Wilson 'and G. Bootlihi were on the Jobl early anid ha...

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RATIONING COMMISSION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

RATIONING COMMISSION The Director of Rationing (Mr. J. B..Cummings) this week issued a reminder that "Z" clothing coup ons which have been. curri'ent for 18 rmonths cannot now be used. The only clothing coupobns which will 1e current after to-day are (i) ordin- ary 1947 clothing coilpgns numbers 1 to .56 which were issued last Ddc ember. (2). 1945/46 series of special clothing coupons printed on pink paper. (3) 1947 series of special clothing coupons printed on yellow paper. These special clothing coupons which include issues for servicemen, growing children and expectant mothers will ?e available until the end of this year. .

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WEDDING YOUNG—McALLISTER [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

'WEDDING YOUNG --McALLISTER TIhe weidding was celebrated .in St Ma iy;'s C'atheini,,,a Sydney, 'oar` 10th 'May t' tip 'ofis s 1 aigaiet McAllis-, ter daughlit of Mir 'and Mrs McAllisteirof' Scarbooltig'l :aind 1Mi.' Ni Orman 'Young., eldest;: sonOfMr,' aid lis GYounge of iaina Post Office 't satin frock,'ileatu~iiin ;apea)riloenmust= : tratin(nd. heart shaped neckline Her'cireaiiniiet'5nd lace;iiil,'&is held in lilace by a coronet ioorange blos-;j some and she cariiei'a boio?iluuet. of ,,hit" crysanthemui? s loses;, and cat nations: Hoeisister, Miss Ptt McAllister ?nd hern cousin; Miss M argot Mc Kev ,tt ateinded the, bi as ide s -s ide maids. They were frocked in blue crepo and 'i?ri ed bouiiqets of aut' iniih toned crysantlieimuins and Tal isnian roses. Mr. Sid Young;' brothei, and Mri. Peter Evans, a friend of the bride-; groom, :weric best rman and grodiiis man iespectively Flo\vel's sent firoin Olifton anid Kiama were used by. ,th? bride's' mother to decorate the chapel...

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OBITUARY MR. PATRICK FITZGERALD [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

OBITUARY MR. PATRICK FITZGERALD.D Ain old andl ies ,peotel ident, of Dunnioi e, rli P iti'icl Fitzgeiald died n Sa ii lay ist in the :Kiamin~ yeai~s.. .":. .!i , ' ".: :- , Ihe o he lae-My and oer. id Fitzgerald who .igrated fron. eloland and settled on the .'.uiler s-L tate ovor t hundi ed yeai a ago he was born' ai?td lived all his life on the fa? in whlcl his `ia ents ocupiedcd In hi4 younger dats lhe was a good all-iound cirlcketer aind took a keen interest in all sp1i i Wheiin howie iracing was flouriishing in this dclis trict he owned a racehorse, and 'in later years, was quite an authoriity on the, peirformances of most of the wvell-known iracehorses, being see end only iii this regard to his b? oth eor ini-law , the late Dennis Kelleher. The late Mr. Fitzgerald never' niar tied and. was the last of a fainily of, sIX, two biothers, John and Michael aind three sistei's, Annime, Mig alnd Kate (Mrs. D. Kelleher) predeceas ing himn The funeiral took place. at they Shellharbouir ,...

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GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB The Gerringong Club held a Mix. ed Canadian Foursome over 18 holes on Saturday afternoon. Features of the day'h play were the particularly large number of competitors and the excellent scores returned. Results were: Mrs. V. J. Walkei and A. Johns 86 .23 63; Mrs. R. H. Miller and R. O'Keefe 81 17 64; Miss A. Miller and A. Stebbing 94 27 67; Mrs. E. Langton and V. J. Walker 90 23 67; Miss J. Miller and J. Carson 97 30 67; Mrs. R. O'Keefe and W. Hockaday 95 27 68; Mrs. K. G. Hayter and E. J. Miller 90 21 69; Mrs. K. Harding and L. Mitchell 98 28 70; Mrs. A. W. Noble and R. Jones 97 26 71; Mrs. E. W. Holt and R. H. Miller 98 25 73; Mrs. C; -A. Emery and J. R. M. Miller 102. 27 75; Mrs. A. Stebbing and C. Sharpe 98 23 75; Mrs. J. Page and E: W. Holt' 106 29 77; Miss J. Stebbing .and . B. C. Miller 106 28 7S; Mrs. R. T. H. Miller and W. Dodd 11.6 36 80;" Mrs. R. Jonies and R. T. H. Miller 114 27 87.

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CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

UHURCH SERVICES.. 'ON. SUNDAY '.NEXT CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Shell lhauboutir' ,11', a,m. ,(HO); Jamberoo 7 p.m.~ Rev,. A; H.?,Edwards, Rector.i SPRESBYTERIAN-Kiiama' 10: a.mi and 7 ,p.im:; Jialiberoo 11300,a.,m Rdv, Hi. H; OCliilcs; Albion'" Par? 11.30 anif.~ Mi: S. 8 iTorikllnsdon CHURCH OF 'E NGLAND--iama, 11iu.7; (MP ,HO & ,, p:in:.(EP);, Foxground 10: a m, (;yIP)'?G iriiigong 11.15 amr (MP)? 7 pmI,:m. (EP Rev. S A' Mainstone, :Rect METHODISTKIaiiaa 1015 a.in; Mr. Davidson, of Bush Missionary Society::, Gerriingong'; 11.15 ;a: i;in); Shellhlirboiif 7.30 p'.mi, (Coniimunion) Rev. R. 0. Claike;,;Ja.aib'eroon 11i15 a.m. Kialia 7 'pnii.' Studentit. , CHURCH OF ENGLAND Albion Park 8 a.nm. (H), 7.15 .m. (EP) Rev.' T. Gee, Rector. CONGREGATIONAL- Geirriingong: 11i a.mi: and 730 p.mi-Rev. H. E'I;. Lawson. 'WEDNESAY JiUiiiav 2pr, 19r47 WEDNESDAY,' JULY; 2,, 197?.

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ART EXHIBITION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

ART EXHIBITION A meeting of the committee ap pointed. at a puimblic meeting. held i'ecently. to arrange for ,an Art Ex-' h'ibition .to be held at' Kiama, was' .held, on Wednesday night last. Pre sent were Rev. R. C. Clarke and Messrs. J. W.: Sproul, T. R:. Batty,' A. J. Stewart, G.R. Sullivan and the Town.:CiO1erk (Mr? H. Lyons). An apology was received from Mr. W. G. Walker as he was outof the district. . On the motion of Messrs. J. W. Sproule and A. J. Stewart, Rev. R. C. Clar.ke was. appointed Chairman. The main item on the agenda was to consider. letters frtiom the Director, National Art Gallery. of N.S.W. of feritig for exhibition in Kiama an in teresting Art Exhibition .from lSth to 28th August; 1947, provided .the local committee could .arrange suit able roomi for display and comply with the rules of management sub mitted. It was decided on the motion, of M iessrs. Batty and Stewart that ten days would provide ample time for the display of the ?Art 'Exhibition in K.ama and th...

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Golf KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

Golf KIAMA CLUB . Kiama Clubs Mixed Open. Staple ford played on Saturday last result ed: K. Pearce and Miss Jones 26, M. Briggs and Mrs. McKenzie 25, G. Conn and Mrs. Coun 22, S. Boyd and Miss J.. Moore 21, E. Evans and Mrs. Knight. 19, Rev. M. Irish and Miss J. McKenzie 17, K. Jarrett and Miss Blattman 16, G. Alkin and Mrs. Graham 15, H. Brown and Mts. Jones 7. The draw for the first qualifying Championshiip Round and 18 hole Stroke Competition is as follows: M. Evers v. K. O'Brien, H.; Brown v. J. Hinds, W. Peck v. G. Alkin, G. Conn v. B. Moore, K. Pearce v. C. Mosckos, Dr.' Stephen v. E., Evans,, Rev. M. Irish v. W. Walker, G. Bloomfield v. S. Sharpe, M. Briggs v. J. Richardson, A. Boyd v. R. O'Brien, C. Boyd v. D. Boyle, B. Fuller v. S. Boyd.' The following is the draw for the Associates 18 hole Stapleford com petition to be held oni Thursday, 3rd July: R. O'Brien v., J. Moore, J. Pearce v. A. Cullen, Mrs. Knight v. J. Knight Mrs. Fryer. v. Miss Colley, M. Mc Kenzie v. B. Boles,...

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SPORTING FIXTURES For Next Week-end FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

SPORTING SFIXTURES For Next Week-end FOOTBALL First Grade Milton v. Gerringong. Shellharbour v. Jamberoo. Kianq v. Pyree. Berry v. Albion Park. Reserve Grade Jamberoo v. Bomaderry. Roseby Park v. Albion Park. Nowra v. Kangaroo Valley. Juniors lBoimaderry v. Nowra. SShellharbour v. Pyree Gerringong v. Milton. Kiamia v. Berry. TENNIS-- tU " Mixed Competition .Shellharbour II v. Jamberoo I. Gerringong I v. Dunmore. II. SDunmore II v. Shellharbour ,Catholic v. Jamberoo II. - HOCKEY Kiama I v. Berry I.' :Berry II v. Nowra Juniors. ,Nowra I v.-Nowra'II. Kiama. II v. Kangaroo Valley. Albion Park v. Gerringong. U W LS Final of J. N. King Progi'essive . Fours Aggregate. RIFL4HOOTING- I . .. Club to visit Goulburn Club. GOLF-" 18 'holes Stroke Competition and ~W~lifying round for Champiopn Ayp at Kiama.

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Tennis MEN'S COMPETITION Kiama v. Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

Tennis M EN'S, COMPETIT'ION Kiama V. ,Gerrlngong I?. Lyons and V. Brow'n (K) v.. J. Boyd and J. McNamama (G) b-0, 601; v.: C. Wig ins aid rT, IMouild 6 2, 6-0 . .I 0. Cartwrigl? it and R. Burns v,. J. Boyd and J McNamnara 6-1, 6-2; v. C. Wiggins and T. Moulds -2, 06-4 ii Won by. Kiamna S sets 4S gamies to Gerringong 12 games. Shellharbour I v. Dunmore I .C,. IHobbs and J. Wilson ,(D) v. H. Bush and T. Wyatt (S)' 4-4 1-6; v. J. Nicholson and G. Williams '6-8, 6-2. L. O'Dwyer and A. Pooley v. J. Nicholson and G. Williams 4-6, 3-U; v. H. .Btish and T. Wyatt 2-6,, 1-6. Won by Shellharbour 1 7 sets 46 games to Dunniore I 1 set 27 games. Kiama Catholic v. Jamberoo II` O. Mari'tin and W.' Leathemin (C) v. W. Pryor and S. Dare (J) 2-6, 6-4; v A. H. Pryor and S. Chapliple 9-7, H Canhamin and K. Young v. A. IH. Pryor and S. Chapple "6-4, 6-4; v. W. Pryor and S Dare 6-2. Won by Kiama Catholic 6 sets 42 games to 'Jamberoo II 1 set-32 games' Gerringong v. Dunmore II W. .Lumsden and E. Emery (G) ...

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LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947

LOCAL ,& GENERAL Dates for the 1948 Royal Easter, Show were decided by the Council of the Royal Agricultural Society this week; Tlie Show wvill donimenice ol Satuirday March 20 and .;ill co'n tinue until :Mai'ch 31. During this period tihe Show will be open for seven -niglhts. S?u . A J. Campbell reports a good yarding at the Gerringong Yards on Monday last.: Good prices were real ised althoiugh a,' little easieir all irouiind. 'Springing cows made to £15, spi'ing ing heifers ` 13, fat cows £15, fleshy cows £"10,. young stolres £8, pnoddies £5. he, Quairterly; Meeting of the Ki ania ethoidist C?icuit is to be lield on Wednesday, next ,at 7.30. p.m. Miss' M. Cook, of Eddy Street, Ki ama, had to have several stitches in serted h. a 'cuti on her knee which she received vhen tle car in which she was a passenger collided with a tree in .:Bong Bong Street .on Sat urday: last. As froni yesterady (Tuesday) all eimployees working under State awards. conimnenced workiiig a forty hour ...

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