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Cricket SOUTH COAST ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
SOUTH COAST ASSOCIATION The troiphies donated by Mr. Frank Noonani, of Lake Illawa'i' ' South, for .the most consistent batsmen iii the South Coast District Ci'icket As sociatidn's competition during the 1946-47 season, have been won by 1st l:rade: E. Emery aind V. Noble both of Gerringong divide and 2nd.i GrPde; W. Linidsay of Lake. Illa warra.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
ALL VARIETIES - ANY QUANTIT'Y: * "NEWPRO" DAIRY MEATL " MILO MEAL * D. CRUSHED OATS Also on Stock: Jute Cow Rugs. 6' Angle Steel Posts Massey HarrisDiamond 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 ,e..* * * OL WAYS a courteo S, prompt servce atr this store. Aso Q?ality goods and low RY us pa ces are hand in hand. Your grocery needs will be supplied better here. P. J. DAVIES STOREKEEPER Phone 138 NORTH KIAMA S WIRELESS AND REFRIGERATORS SALES AND SERVICE Courteous Attention to Inquiries ROBERTS KIAMA .-.--- - -- - Phone 60 -NE A L L' S ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE 40 TERRALONG STREET, KIAMA C SUPPLiERS OF ALL-L SPORTING EQUIPMENT o QUALITY FISHTING TACKLE -," , MOTOR ACCPSSOR'ES O TOOLS OF ALL TRADES " SWE SPECIALISE IN TENNIS RACKET .RESTRINGS $ BATTERY CHARGING CYCLE REPAIRS i...
Hockey [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
Hockey. Albion Parkf aid iderringong girls met at Albion Park Sports ground on Saturday, this being the third game this season betweenf these' two clubs., As each side have a win td their cirelit it was anticipated that a pkeei" struggle; would take place. Iln view of the fact that these teams occupy thirdd ffourth places in the' Shoalliaveu Hockey c'oipetition, added interest in the game. Neither side were taking any chances and both fieldocd their best teani for this imiportant match. From the start it was 'seen that Albion Park weie not' taking any chanices against the fast andl clever Gerrinaong .forwards,. and relied nibostly ini defendinig their goal. The wind was very strong blowing across the groiiinl, but slightly' favburing Gerringohg anli thei' foirwards; mak hig the best of this, were being ably supported by their half-backs anid klept play mostly in the Alliion Park half. Fay Chittick,; playiig in a new pos ition' at right' inner, was combining well with thle ceiitre an...
"ROUNDABOUT" [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
'"ROUNDA BOUT'. T BY L'THE MAN IN THE STREET" A fellow namnedl'ell fiddled around with a,few, gadgeftsonce' upon. a time and-we got, the Telephone.. Another guy, Marconi, strun i'a lot of intric ate little- items together and loww and beliold-- e had Wireless Telephony, All of whiphb'rings uis ..to the. fact ttlnt litiambeoo: Dairy': Company's: Manhgier, Wally: Boxsell, Ihas, been slhitting gadgets, ,rtoundd at lis flat story and has evolved. a new, idea foi taking sediment' Tests of milk; Previously a system ' whereby the milk was foiced .through a pia.was iii general use biut this' did" not work satisfactoi'fly at'Jambei'o, 00so Wal put the thinkling cap on and instead of a "push thriough"., he thought out an idea'. that as a "pull through," Instead 6f forcing the miiilk sample throfigh' the pad this idea sucks it throughl-=the vacuum more or less befiig reversed, Albion Park thought so.much of the idea that they have adopt:d it at their factory with.sat isfactory results. So you ...
Golf KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
Golf' KIAMA CLUB' Kiama Club conducted an 18 holes Stroke competitibn for ,the qualifying round of the Club Cham pionship on Saturday' last, which re?' suited: A.?Boyd....... .. .. 93 24 69 W. Peck . .......... 78 8 70 B. Moore ... ...... 103 25 78 K. J. Pearce ...... .. 98. 20 78 F. Sharpe .. .... .. 111 31 80 S. Boyd ..o.. .. 106, 25 81 B. Evans .. .. .. .. 101 19 82 B. Fuller ........ .. 124 30, 94 The draw for the second Qualify ing round of the Club Championship is. as follows: Dir. Stephen v. H. Brown; Rev. M. Irish v. C. Boyd; G. Conn v. S. Boyd; M. Briggs v. E. Evans; W. Walker v. A. Boyd; F. Sharpe v. K. O'Brien; K. Pearce v. R. O'Brien; K. Oliver v. A. Fuller; K. Jarratt v. W. Peck; D. Boyle v. J. Richardson; J. Haynes v. M. Evers; G. Bloom field v. G. Alkii. " On Sunday an 18 holes Mixed Foursome will' be held'the draW foi' which is as follows: F. Sharpe' and Miss Beryl Sproule, G. Alkiii and Mrs. Conn; Rev. M. Irish and Mips J. Moore, F. Curry and Mrs. M. McKenzie, M. Br...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
IlJURCH SERVICES ON' SUNDAY NEXT METHODIST--Kiamn?a 10.15 ami., ,Jamiberoo' 11.15 a in. ((oiniiiiioii); Gerrini~o6ng 7:30 p.imn Rev..:: R,. Clarki;( Sulbject. Is P otestantisi Decaying") Ge lingong ,11 15 a in. Mi. A. A, Goirell;, ;i : ,'i CHURC'H' OF; 'ENGLAND Iaifii 7.45 a.ih (HC) 11 a.nin (MP):7 ?i (EP); :Foxground 10 ": am. ' (MI,),; Gerringong 11.15 'ai (MP) 7, pm in'm (El?) ; Minmamurra a3 'p i?i. .(EP) Rev, S.: A.' Mainstonie' Rector.'' PR ESBYTERIAN-Kiaina.:,.10 a?nm. and 7 p.i ,; lioin Pailr11.30 ?ii. Jatiberdo 2 p.m.L-Re? 'H.: H; Chiilds CHURCH"' OF ' E.NGLAND-OJam "beroo 11 aiim; ('IC) 'Shiellirbuir 7.30 p.n. (EP)--Rev. A' H~'EdI ard Rector. CHURCH 'OF :ENGLAND?lbioni Park 11 a.mn. (HOC)-Rev. T. .Gee;; Rector. CONGREGATIONAL-Gerr.ingong?g 11 "a.m "and ,7.30 p.ii. Re? 1 E. awsoEDNES. AY Y 47 WEDNESDAY, ULY 9, 947
Tennis MIXED COMPETITION Shellharbour i v. Dunmore i [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
Tennis S MIXED COMPETITION '. Shellharbo'uir I ,V. Dunmore I. * J., Ryan and J. Wilson (D) v. T. Wyatt anld H. Bush (S): 3-6; v:. J. 'Nicliolson and D.. Soutar 6-4. L. Salvestrin and, A. Pooley v,. J. Nicholslon and D. Soutar 4-6;, v. :T. Wyatt and 'H! Bush 2-6. . Mrs. Cardwell arid Mrs. Pooley' . Mrs. Bush' and Mrs. Hardy 6-5. J. Ryan and Mrs. .Cardwell v: H., Bush and Mrs. Bush' 1-6; J; Wilson' and Mrs. Pooley v. D.: ,Soutar and Mrs. Hardy 3-6;'A. Pooley and Mrs. Cardwell v. T. Wyatt and Mrs. Bush 3-6; L. Salvestrin and Mrs. Pooley v. ,J.''Nicholson and Mrs. Hardy 4-6. Shellharbour I' won 7 sets 51 'gaiites to Duiinmore I 2 sets 32'games,
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL Mr. Bob Dovers, surveyor, of Now' ria, who is quite well-lknown around the Gerringbng district, hlas been: selected to accompany the Australian Antarctic Expeditioin on ?its jour ney to' the' southern ice-fields. .Bob. has thus followed in the footsteps of his father, George. Dovers, ' of:' Wolloi gong, who' .was a member.i of- the Douglas Mawson Expedition to the South Pole many yeais ago. Mr.' Alan ',Fraser, odii' Federal Meibei', 'will ,be 'iii Kialha on Sat urday afternoon, 12thl July. 'He will be available? for.: interview , at, the Brighton Hotel fromi 3p.m. till 5 p.m.
SPORTING ITEMS Football SOUTH COAST LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
SPOR TING ITEMS Football SOUTH COAST LEAGUE Results oft the ma ttches! played i the above Leieaguie's coi?ietitions last wMeek-enid 'wer?:- , FIRST .GRA DE- .: Grringong 17 v. Milton 10 SKiama 17v Pyiee 5 Berry 11 v. Albion P'aik 7' Jaamberoo 27 v. Shellharbourthi. 5,,. RESERVE ,GRADE Bon eildiy 8V '.Janibeioo 7. ¶Nowra defeated Kanga?roo Valley. JUNIORS Kiamia 1 i Bely 21 Gerringong 13 v Milton '3 Nowra 8.:v Bomadei-ry 6 yiree 5 vS?,helihail6ouri 3. :KI AAMA ,v. PYREE Kiamna were at .honie to Pyree 'on Saturday last and' after, a"fast. open' game, Kiama, ran, out. winners by, 17 points td 5: A lot of ,time wvas lost thrlough injuries' and the imatch fin ished: practically in the: dark; Soon 'afteil:the game started Pyree's ful)backl kicked a beautifuli penalty gdal from wide out. .Pyree kept 'play in: Kiama's territory and from a penalty :Carberry's shot at' goal just missed, Kiama took :,play to Pyre6's 25 and Fred Pepper equal ised with a penalty goal;. Ted! Regan' beat the oppos...
SPORTING FIXTURES For Next Week-end [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
S'SPORTING FIXTURES :: For Next Week-end FOOTBALL- First Grade o,' Nowra v. Kiaina. Albion Park v. Milton. Pyree v. Jamberoo. Berry V. Slellha bo. Reserve'Grade Rioseby Park v. Nowra. b Juniors Nowra v. Pyree. Milton v. Bomaderry. Kiamna v. Shellhirbour. Berry v. Gerringong: TENNIS Men's Competition Dunmore II. v. Kiamna. Jamberoo I v. Dunmore I. Gerringong I v. Catholic. Jamhberoo II v. Shellharbour I. Shellharbour .II v. Gerringong II. HOCKEY-- ' Nowra I v. Kangaroo Valley. Nowra II v. Kiama I at Nowra. Kiaima II v. Berry. I at Berry... Nowra Juniors v. Gerringong. Berry II v, ;Albion Park. RIFLE SHOOTING- " Kiama: Spoon Shoot 600 yards. BOWLS Second round of..J. N. King Trophy .,OLF Saturday Second Qualifying. Found for Club Championship and 18 holes Strbke in' conjunction. Sunday- 18 holes Mixed Foursome.
NEW RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
NEW RECORD By Australian Soldiers ''Australians have often been' ac claimed as 'the wprld's best soldiersf ' ilut now they have achieved a new distinction and created what is un doubtedly a world's record',, 'said 'Mr. C. F. Lewis during the week. 'M. Lewis, who is N.S.W. Deputyi' Director of 'the Colinmon'wealthl Loans and National Savings Organ-' isation, was commnnentiil on subsci'i- 'tions made to Conmimionwealth Loans by Australian Army,_ Navy .and Air Force personnel. ,(He revealed that since tho end of the' war, in N.S.W. alone: 33,631 ser- . vice ' pelsonnel had:' subsdribed' the ' amazingsumn bf £2,014,350.. "These gallant men and women of the 'Services had not ,only. offered their lives and fought the wair',, said Mi'. Lewis, "but they backed up and, rehabilitation of their country anid' their fellow men and women. I am sui'e that.th)s effort has not been ex-. celled by any country in athe wiorld,"' said Mr. Lewis. - ' :* "These men and women of the: :three Services right ...
MONTHLY MEETING OF ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
MONTHLY MEETING OF ALBION PARK A. & H. ASSN. A meeting of the committee' .of the Albion Park .'. and H. Assoc iation was held 'on Friday night last when the President (Mr. J. R. Gra?a ham) occupied the chair and there were also present Messrs. E. A. Walker,. M.: Walsh,' N. Dawes, J. A. Johnston, R. Carmody, A. J., Con don, G. Downies, M. Lyons, B. McIn erney, C. G. Stevcns, W. Wrigh't, C. Cook, and .the Secretary (Mr. R. C. G. Youll). 'Apologies: were received :from Messrs. H. Beattie, S.:: Thomas and R. N. Tomklins. A, motion of sympathy to; the relatives of the late. Mr. E. Bonser, Mrs. C. James, R. Brownlee,, Mr1s. G'iffin and 'Mrs. Cook was carried in the customary. manner. Before proceeding with the busi ness, the President.. (Mi.' Graham) eXpre g ed '"his appreciation ' and thanks for being appointed Presi dent of the Society, and assured those present of his desire to justi fy their confidence during his term of office. CORRESPONDENCE ,Return 'Thanks for sympathy. fro...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
•. O . fir:":" I, '"'" ?'.." Bonus Distribution £6,000,000 On 30th June the A.M.P. Society divided amongst its members a surplus of £3,679,478, the result. of economical management, and wise investment of members' funds. This represents a return to inembers of almost one quarter of all premiums received by the Society during the year 1946. The Cash surplus will provide in the form of reversionary bonuses a total of over £6,000,000 as 'additions to nearly 800,000 Ordinary and approximately the same number of Industrial Department policies entitled to participate. Absolute security is and will always remain the Society's principal concern, and ample reserves are made' for all contingencies before each distribution of surplus. Let the strength of the A.M.P. stand behind your plans for your own and your family's security. Write or telephone now to any office or representative of the S Society for information, A 'S C lET AUSTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCI rY Security through Co-operation, ...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
THE TIDES The following times are taken as at: Fort Denison', Sydney. ' Kiame is approximately 20 minutes later:-- JULY Thursday 10th: tHigh 12.19 a.m. & 1.18 p.m.; Low07 a.m. and 6.51 p.m. Friday 11th: High 1.5 a.m. and 1.18; p.m.; Low 7.43 a.ni, & 7:54 p.m. Saturday 12th: High 1.58 a.m. and 3 p.m.; Low 8.29 a.m, and 9.5 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
CURRENT, COUPOiNS I'I eie (OI,' " ' iui' e y ;. used ai TEA--21--32 (21~-24 expire 20th July, 25-28 exliire.17tli August, 29-32 expire 14th September). New.coup.ons 33-36 available' on 21st July. SUGAR-S7-S16 (exp re 20th July) Ne wcoupons S17-S18 available 21st July. BUTTER-.22-24 (expire 20tli July) New coupons 25-27 available 21st July. MEAT-Black 50-53 (expire 20th July1 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, 1045-46, will remain, current until' .June 30, 1947.
DISPERSAL SALE At Albion Park [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
D::ISPERSAL SALERM At Albioii Pairk Si echley Auctioneers in Conjunic tioni, had a very successful Cleaiiing Sale on `Monday. last on,account .f Mr C. C S iap. 'Thii're ,as a laige attendance of , buyers ", present 'fromii Sydney, Windsor,:: the Tablelands a.nd all Coastal Cenrtres.' To i) rice cow was a springer, puiil"- ;, chased by Mr. Nortlicott, 'of, Windsori fo ??: Three ;milkeis lade £30/10/-' per.:. head; Two of these',, " were, purchased by J3 :R,' Cole and :. the:: other by Stan Swan viho : 'also:::: paid £29 for ..another. :Leo ;Downes, and E. H. Hayes paid £ 28/10/-'and £2S espectively 'for m'illeirs . Seveiral others 'made over £20 .iel. heald, .2-year-old; leifers £12':aniid the .whole herd averaged.:,£ 17/10/ peir'head. Sold-. on;, account of Mi:r,, : N.' . N :i Swair ; 20 slpringing cows anid h:leiei s. These 'sold at £19 and aveiaged overi £15
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
s"ERSONAL ":Geiro!ilngong, residelnts ;who, 'a'&in re': ;i: tintites,!oftlie'!.ii? ;;Danm"D. i, t`lldsnta]: are' Mts ,M'i W iter,',' and Miss.I ?E1 ` Mor'' ow '' After 18 yieaia service ,as , ;i ifl conitraco.~ on the G+rrhing oiTooi .j oon ]DBouglhton ,V.illage' oxgound. .ioutec ,,Mr;`` William'. 'Morrow `has re-.,y ti ed fromnt sevice and hislace·"i beeni; ta'kentby' M- 0 . oole\?'vO; conmmenced: duty ,on Monday last.
PUBLIC SCHOOL At Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
PUBLIC SCHOOL 4t : +i t Gerringohng;/?: iDoll Iand Toy Show was held t e 'Ger ingong. Public : School,', on 'Friday. afternoon last rind .moved :an utitstaidingii success. T''he oslo had 1 een'organfitsed by the lower: room teachme,. Miss Iath lI.aylorr,andit iesultd i.:n thile sum at. b'2/ b ing iaised for tl te Food for Britain .und,.i M'Iany I alents o:f the childirn attended, the functioi .:' ::..' Results, of the, N varilous comId eti tioniwes : ci e Best doll (upeii , ioom) o im"Robin Millel. Best doll (lower roo m) ': uPam Ti evallion. SBest fin aiinimal warwick l;iis Best black doll Narelle" ,Wei'rl ""estnmotor vehicle: Johi Downton. :3est niis&eilanieous to6.: Margaret Lunisden. Best' felt toy: Loretta Shaiw. She. judge for .the. " :ompetitioins was Mrs. J. M. Johiiston. ,
ILLAWARRA R.D. COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
ILLAWARRA RD. COMMITTEE' A meeting of the Illawarra Region al. Development Committee was held at the Slhellharbour ' Council Chim bers at Albion Park on Wednesday, 25th June. The Committee was welcomei by the Mayor, Alderman K. Grey, whb expressed his pleasure at having the Committee at Albion Park fbor the. first time. Present were Councillor C. Quilkey (Chairman), Aldermen J. W. Lee, C. S. Boyd, Councillor R. Shipp,, Mes rs., F. M. Matthews, W. F'arrell, W. H. McEvoy,. Duggan, and the Secretary Mr. W. H. Mitchell. Councillor Watt, of Clyde Shire, attended at the invit ation of the Committee, in place of Councillor O'Brien, who was in hos pital. Shoalhaven River 'Scheme-The Premier's Department advised that 5 schemes for the Shoalhaven River were being considered,. 3 being: sole ly for the geineration of electricity, one for water supply only, and one for a combined 'water and electricity supply. The Committee decided to press the Government to. proceed with the scheme for the .sup...
NEW CATTLE Breeding Date [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 9 July 1947
NEW CATTLE Breeding Date On the recommendation of- the United Pure - Bred ' Dairy-' Cattle Breeders' Association, the Royal Agricultural Society has again alter ed the breeding date for dairy cattle. It is upon this date that the age shall be calculated for exhibition purposes at future Royal Easter Shows. The new date is to be January 1 and not March 1 as formerly. March 1. however, will be retained for Study Beef Cattle.