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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947
MA,, Ri 9DIO SERVI SELDON COCKS PHONE: Kiama 67. WHITE ANTS. I COCKROACHES; BORERS FUMIGATIONS ETC. Consult H W. W POWELL & Co. : ?2 PITT ST., SYDNEY LICENSED FUMIGATORS ESTIMATES FREE --- - ALL WORK :GUARANTEED ' Regular' Inspections Arranged SDistrict Representatives , DAPTO 66 THIRROUL 394 FARMS WANTED Of All Descriptions . URGENT FOR CASH BUYERS SUBMIT PARTICULARS IMMEDDATELY. USUAL CHARGES Send for Questionnaire Form Sydneys Farm Specialists Pty. Ltd. 28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY PHONE B 1188, after hours FU.5950 ....: ..................... oond ..... t, o -oSend foroQuestionnaire o orm5:olfnd UCKS INTERNATIONAL THE full range includes utilities, S 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. KIAMA-& WOLLONGONG - Phone Kiama 151, W'gong 636 SBE WISE--SHOP AT . .. . Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMIST THAT SERVES YOU ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947
CALL TO PRAYER N accordance with the Call to Prayer 'by lIis Majesty' the King, Special Services will be held on Sunday, 6th July at St. Paul's, Shellharbour at 11 a.m. and at Church of the Resurrection, Jam beroo at 7 p.m. Rev. A. H. EDWARDS, Rector. KIAMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL DUE to 40-hour week Staff Vacan cies exist. Part or full time. Excellent wages and conditions. Apply immediately to Matron. GREG SULLIVAN, Secretary GOVERNMENT NOTICES "T'1P'ENTION i, invited to a noti ficationi pfib islied': in; Govern ment Gazette ~ ,.66 of 30th May;, 1947, respectini the resuinptij l. of certain land. t Shejlharbour for Public School n?pu 'es, .conimprising the following rea's-1.acre, 7!I per ches,,being Lpt' 1 to 9 in Deposited Plan 18,262):. 1 rood, being' parti:of Section 13fDivision 1, of the divislon of the 'Peterborough estate of .T. A. Reddall and so being the whole of the land comprised in Deed. of Conveyance No. 13, Book 600, with in the Parishl ofTerragong, County of Camden. R. J. '...
At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947
At Jamberoo Mr. H. doiiey; of Jamiber°o, has supplied us with the figures of i rain fall recorded by him at Jainmlieroo for. the month of Junie:' June 1 ..... 11 points. June 2 . . .. .. .,55 points Junie 3'. . . .. 148 points Jtine 4 ;.. ... . 2 points June 5 ...: . .. t12 points June 14 .. .. .. 4 points June 26 .. .... . 20 points Total .. 252 points
RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 2 July 1947
RAINFA Lr Mr. N1.,,E. ?Hindmarsh has- kindly supplied the following figures 'of rainfall recorded 'by hi?n at Kia?nlm? during, the month of June': ' SJune 1 .. 2,2 3 points June 2 :_ . 79 points June '3 . . . 186 , points June 5. . 15 poits .June ?6 . pot? ota ??... 307... points
SOUTH COAST ISOLATED Says Mr. Alan Fraser [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
SOUTH COAST ISOLATED Says Mr. Alan Fraser "No part of New South Wales is as isolated as the Couth Coast," said Mr. Alan Fraser, M.H.R. for Eden" Monaro during the weejc. He was commenting on the need for* a railway extension from Nowra to the Victorian border, and he said that a suggestion to .use the dis mantled Hawkesbury River bridge spans to cross the Shoalhaven River was an excellent one, if railway en gineers found it to be practicable. "Government action to improve communications to this part of the State is long overdue," he contin- ued. "I would be delighted to hear that the South Coast railway is ~to be' extended, and, although it -is a State Government matter, I will give any assistance required from me in forwarding this objective. "I. have advocated the extension for years," he added, "and am not one. of those people who think rail transport obsolete, but think it will be invaluable for many years to come."-Nowra "News." 6
VISIT DELAYED Of Education Minister [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
VISIT DELAYED I Of Education Minister Our State Member, Mr. Jack Beale, M.L.A., has advised that the visit of the Minister for Education, Mr. R. J. -Ieffron, to the Southl Coast has been, delayed. In a letter to Mr. Beale dated 25th June, the Minister stated:-"As you are aware, certain heavy conmmit ments have made it necessary for me to hold over the visit for the time being, but you may be assured that I am keeping the matter well be fore me and immediately I am in a position to indicate a suitable date for the inspection, I will discuss ar rangements with you for the itin erary."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
STRONG LAD-Wanted for 'work; on' k., dairy farm, Award wages. Ap ply E. I. Tate, Janiberoo, Phone 4S. FOR SALE-1927 Oldsmobile. Toulr er, good condition. Sell Peg Price £88. Apply .11i Shoalhaven Street, lKiama. ': KIAMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL DUE to 40-hour week. Staff Vacan cies exist, - Part. or full time. Excellent wages and conditions. Apply immediately to Matron, GREG SULLIVAN,. Secretary E, specialise in growing seed S potatoes for early , planters. Varieti s-Hall's White Prolifics, Up-to-Date or Factor. Single or double set. Prices 19/- per single bag. £ 15 per single, ton.. £13/10/ per ton 4 ton lots or over. Cash with orders. We pay freight to nearest railway station; N.S.W. HALL & SON-McALISTER CROOKWELL LINE. TAXI AUSTIN CARROLL wishes to noti fy the residents of Gerringong District that he 'has commenced a TAXI SERVICE For TAXI Ring Gerringong 114 FREE BUS TRIP TO MARULAN TO those interested in Agricultural Lime a Bus will leave N.S.W. Produce Co., Kiama at 8 a.m. on...
HOCKEY KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
HOCKEY KIAMA CLUB Both Kiama teams play at Berry to-day (Saturday),. the Kiama I team being oposed by Berry I and the No. II team by Kangaroo Valley. The bus will leave Batty's corner at 1.15 p.m. sharp and play will conim - mence 'at 2.15 p.m. Following are the teams selected: Kiama I:-Mrs. East, Merle King, Mavis'`Rodgers, Beryl Sproule, Dir- een Irvine, Jill Knight, Loma.Martin, June Piper, Nola Waters, Doreen Davis, Joyce Marley. Reserves, Olga Marks. Kiama II:-Merle Chin, Dawn King, Mary Graham, Betfy Marley, Betty Capes, Marie Richardson, Margaret O'Brien, Mrs. Wilson, Mar jorie Wilson, Alva Evers. Reserve.s, Joyce Irvine and Helen McAuliffe. GERRINGONG CLUB The Gerringong girls play Albion Park to-day. (Saturday) and will be represented by the following: W9 Bailey, J. Carroll, J. Parkhill, J. Gemmill, U. Carroll, M. Love, B. Walker, F. Chittick, P. Quinn, M. Johnson, J. Graham. Reserves, M. Sharp, B. Gallagber and B. O'Sul livan. Bus leaves Gerringong at 1.30 p.m.
FOOTBALL SOUTH COAST LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
FOOTBALL - SOUTH COAST'LEAGUE The Jtidiciary Comnmittee of ,the South Coast Leagule, hass suspended P. O'Gormnan (Albion Park) aild:J. Swan (Jamberoo) foi two c~oimpeti-' tion' matches an'd fined them 10/ each for fightiig in the recent 'Re serve grade iattch, betwveed Jamberoo and Albion Park. T.he Shellhari'bour Club has with drawn from the Reserve Grade com petition. and thus all Olubs' drawn to meet this team in the second half of the competition will now. accept a bye. KIAMA CLUB Kiama Club will be. at home to Pyree to-day (Saturday).. Kiama has three players out of the team which defeated Berry last. Saturday week. They are A. Pepper and A. Sharpe who are on the-injured list and R. Stead who is not available. J. McDonald, 1-I. Tuohy and A. Gan non replace thoemi. Pyree are running second in the competition and should give Kiamnia a hard game. The team is as folows: F. Pepper, F. Williams, H. George, F. King, J. Blanch, H. Tuohy, J. McDonald, J. Gannon, W. Burton, B. Andrews, A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
SROD U ALL VARIETIES - ANY QUANTITY "? NEWPRO" DAIRY MEAL SMILO MEAL . D. CRUSHED :OATS '" Also on Stock: Jute Cow Rugs. 6' Angle Steel Posts Massey Harris Diamond Harrows. Neptune Kerosene, Oils and Greases Tullochs Steel Shovels. Call in and Inspect our Stocks at N.S.W. PRODUCE CO. PTY LTD Manning Street - Kiama RING & ORDER NOW-KIAMA 210 Agents for:--NEPTUNE OIL, MASSEY HARRIS & YATES' SEEDS o. I I V , . ,.ý ý C gWAYS a courteous~ prompt service at this store. ASC %3 Quality goods and low e ~ prices are hand in hand. •R ic d? ?You, grocery needs will be supplied better her., P. J. DAVIES STOREKEEPER Phone 138 NORTH KIAMA WIRELESS AND REFRIGERATORS SALES AND SERVICE Courteous Attention -to Inquiries ROBERTS KIAMA - - - - - - Phone 601 -NEALL'S-__ ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE / , ~40 TERRALONG STR.EET, KIAMA ,) SUPPLIERS OF ALL SPORTTNG EQUIPMEN'r 0 QUALIT.Y. FISHING TACKL1t MOTOR ACCESSOR'ES .TOOLS OF ALL TRADES' WE SPECIALISE IN TENgWS RACKE.T RESTRINGS - BATTiERY C...
GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB, The qualifying round of the Club Championship of the Gerringong Club will be played this (Saturday) afternobn over 18 holes. The Chain pionship vill be decided in two div isions A and B. In the A division players with handicaps ' under will be playing and there will be 8 starters. In the B division it is ex pliected there will be a large field. In conjunction with this event an 18 holes Stroke competition ',will be played for a trophy donated by Mr. L. Mitchell. On Tuesday the Associates held an 18 holed Stroke competition for a trophy donated by Mrs. Ray Miller and this was won by Miss Aleen Mil ler. The qualifying round of the Club Championship was played in conjunction with this competition. On Tuesday next the quarter, finals will be played, the draw being: Mrs. V. J. Walker v. Miss J. Miller; Mrs. R. O'Keefe v..Mrs. A. Stebbing; Mrs. C. A. Emery v. Mrs. R. T. H. Miller; Mrs. A. W. Noble v. Miss A. Miller. On Wednesday afternoon the first round of matches i...
C.W.A. BALL At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
C.W.A. BALL At Gerringong The first annual Blue:' and Gold Ball conducted by ; the ,"Gerrln.;ong Branch of' th" C.W.A. was :liheld, in the 'School .of Aits ??on Friday night last. and was an outstanding' s cess, Theire was a .particularly good attendance which included visitors from all neighb'ouring towns. The hall had been artistically dec orated by 'a willing band"'f "li1 'hp ei's. On1 tihe back wall :of -the stage and' various parts of thet walls of thle building were clusters of greenery in which were i'arranged masses of blue and gold tinted 'lilies whilst on the stage were large bowls of blue and gold .lilies. On the western wall of the building hung the ,framed motto of the C.W.A. . Nickel's Orchestra provided the music for the dancing for which Mr. A. Stebbing was, the M.C. The official opening of the function was performed by Mr. J. G. Beale, ML.A.;, for the South Coast. The Branch President (Mrs'. T: W. John son) extended a welcoine to all pre sent and trusted they would ...
SCHOOL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
I S 1`001L NOTES_-! *~I- R.BY' ")'PREFECT":' : ,Wev'wish to thank Mr Bob Jen-: " kins, of the "Kiaima Ambulaniide;:::ce . 1his kindness in -donating a keroseneli heater to the KindeFigarten class. fbo;,;: 'thei wintei months,, Ou: r :iiathrialha~1 i:;L hot yet arrived foi tphse: little o'ne'": aind we: are .urgently' in need ,of ?the; loan of a few small ;mats' for' tle childiren .to: sit; oni If . any :; citiizenl:. can- help, please 'send or take .them: to the,' kidergarten teacher in'.the Presbyterianf'Suinday 'School :iall :: Our P., and,, 0. havei voted% £10 .ori : special material, for. 'this class. :.Par-.. . ents and friends are 'iinvited tbcall at the hall! anld see the tiny ones :ai: work and' play. : ' .':::: Mr; . R.oRowley, B.A., School C*oun-' : sellor, will; be piesenit at the :school:; on Wednesday, 9th, July, and( wouldl,: like to interview ,parents of, childien,; at: 'present .in th class with a view to discussing thein children's 'second-," ary education and caree...
OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
OPEN COLUMN. [For the discuission of minatters "o0 public or political interest.' We do not necessarily, hold the saime vifews, )r endorse the opinions expressed by correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR Sir,.As. it is impossible to do so ilndividuially, I would be glad of ,this ,pportunity',o. sayng. TThanilYou , most sincerely to the peqple: in ,my particular area of the Census collec ti~i;., 'Practically? 'without exception' they assisted and co-opeiated in the most cordial way, and made the .vork much les "r ai'duous than' It would otherwise have been Many' went out of their ~way to heIp' and the cheerful goodwill displayed made the ,whole job a ,Yery interestfing 'aind happy experience. ' ' Yours etc., A. OAKES': 67 Shoalliaven Street, Kiama.
REVIEW "THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
REVIEW 'THE AUSTRALIAN ..JOURNAL" Topping "The Australian Journal" contents list %for 'Julfy 'is ,the first in stalment of' Marjorie Kinnan Rawl ings' famous novel, "The Yearling," on which is based. the Metro-Gold wyn-Mhayei!film. of the same name. "The Yeailing',' a' colourful story of pioneering life .in Florida, is. re galrded as one of the flinesi novels of recent years, and gained the Pulitzer literary. prize when it appeared in America. Its appearance in ,"The Australian. Journal" will le of. par ticula-r interest to' flnimfans who like to read a novel after they have seen It on the screen, as it is at present unobtainable in Australia in book form: Supporting the serial is, an entertaining' selection of complete stories by R; G. Perry, gRui Chester,_ Georgia Rivers, Rex , Grayson and o?ther popular Australian authors. Sixpence buys this magazine at all booksellers. '
RAINFALL At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
RAINFALL At Gerringong The following is the rainfall re corded at the Gerringong Post Office for the month of June. June ;1st .. ...... 230 points June 2nd ..... ... .213 points June 4th ........ .. 16 points June 26th .. . . ..... 6 points Total ........ .... 465 points The total for the year is now 23833 points. The fall for June this year compares with 542 points recorded for the corresponding month of last year. U'
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
UHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT: CHURCH O'F ENGLAND-.Shell hlmrbodfi"; 11: .iam.i, (HC) ; ., Jamber~oo .7 p.mt. Rev. A. H. Edwards, Rector. PRESBYTE RI AN-A Kiamna, 100 a.,m. anid 7 i',ipi.; :Jambieroo L130, aim. Rev.: H. H. Ohilds; . Albioini Park 11.30 a.m, "Mr. S.i J. Tomkiisieon? SCHURCH' OF. ENGLAND-Ki?ff 11 i.mn. (MP & I-H),.7 "inm. (E?,):; Foxgroulind 10, a.m . (M.P); Geirringong 11.15 a.nm. (MP), 7;,i.,; (EP)- Rev. S A. Mainstone,.Rectoir., :. METHODIST--Kianla ,10.15. a m.. Mr." Davidson, ot Bush Missioniary Society; Gerringong 11,15 a., im, Shliellharbour 7.30 ip.mn. (Coiimuninii) Rev. R:. C Clalike; :Jamberoo ',11.15 a.m.; Klama 7 pi.m. Student. CHURCH OFi ENGLAND- Albioin Park 8S a ni (H11) 7.15 p.m. (EP)- Rev. T. Gee,', Rector.,
KIAMA A. & H. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
KIAMA A. &lH. ASSOCIATION The'. monthlly' meeting of the .Ki ama 'A. 'aid II, Society was', held 'lii the Council Cha mbers, on WVednie; day niiight laist.'. The, President (M. .0 Q. McGlinchey) presided and thler' were also0' present Mesis. C, ' R Chittick,. G. Jc. Alexailnder, C Cooper O -G. Shiupe, T. Weli, W. Anderso'a a. J. Wilson, A. W. Downes,;. I R. ' East, A. J, Campbell, R. IH. Jamines, HI-,: Lyons, J. N. King,,'S.. E. Smith, A. Alcexand er, G. E.' Chittick, J. Phil lips, A, 0. Grly; J. F. Swan, W# G Walker, R. H. Firyer? A. H Jones, Geo, Grey, W. J?. Wailkei' and Col. C. D. Fuller.' Apologies' were received fromn Mesrs. A. L. Fredericks, ,C. W. King and' F. E. Reid. The Chairman moved a resolution of. condolence to the Kellehe& fam ily in the Passing of Mr. P. Fitz gerald. Mr. Wilson moved a motion 9f sympathy to Wright Bros. of Kiama, whose sister was very. ill. Mr. G. Greysaid they were pleas ed, to see Mr. C. McGlinchey. present at the. meeting so soon ...
MONTHLY MEETING OF THE JAMBEROO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 5 July 1947
MONTHLY MEETING OF THE JAMBEROO COLUCIL 'hIe monnthly meeting of the Jam-, bieoo Council 'was held iii the Coun cil Chambers on Thursday last:. The Mayor (Ad, .A. L. Fredericks) pie' sided and there 'wiere also' present Aldermen F. Weir, . R. Chittick, C. Joies, R. CC.iWairby, J. R. Walsli, E Hairris, E. K. Tate, anid H 'Colley. MAYORAL MINUTE The Mayor reported that he had inspected the work Cleary's bull: dozer was, doing at McFaul's quarry and it was marvellous the amount of metal that had been ob'tained in such a short time. The daymen had been workhig in Jeri'ara and they had been removedfor a time and had been working in the South Ward. They had also been put on the Al bion Park Road which was very bad in patches. The report was, adopted on the.mo tion of Aldermen Chittick anid Jones. TOWN CLERK'S .REPORT The Town Clerk (Mr. J. Barton) reported as follows: "Five days leave were taken froi0 23rd to 27th June inclusive. Arrange ments have been made for a 10 chain map to* be obta...