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CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
CHURCHR SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT 'METHOD ST-Kiaima .10 15 a.i,: Jamberoo 11,156 am in" (Cnmmunion):i (Cerringong -7.30 p.;nt. 'Rev' R c: Clark. (Subject: IS Protestantiii - l)ecayiiig") ; Gerringong ?11.15 a, mn Mr. A. A. Gorrell;, CHURCH OF` ENGLAND-Klaiaa .15 a.mn, (HOC), lia.ifl(.)VI?) 7 pit:m (1)P); PFoxgioundii,10 a.m (Mn ); ( el'ringong; 1116'i 5( 'i.MP.) 7p.: i:; (EP) ;, Miiainiiurra .3 p:. ;in (EP) Itev. S 'A.' Maiiistone, Rector .,i,' PRESBYTER IAN--Kiania 10. a.m.' and '7 p..11 Albioifn Par 1 1130 ?:,i ;i:;;: Jamberoo,2 p'in Rev . H I Cild~ CHURCH 0':OF ENGLAND-a=ain, heroo 11 ai?ini (HC) Shelilharbour 7.30,p.m. (EP) Rev A:: H. Edwards, Rector. CHURCH OF ENGLAND-Albi0t, Park 11 ain (HO)-- Rev. T. .'Gee, Rector. CONGREGATION 0L --Geirriiigobg 11 a.ni. and 7.30 lpnm -Rev. H. E. l.awson. : ' SATURDAY, JULY.12, 1947.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
KIAMA . SCHOOL OF ARTS.., THE Annual Meetinfg of the Mem- bers of the above Institution will be hell .at the School of Arts on FRIDAY 'NIGHT, 18th l'JULY,: at :. p.m. Business: The adoption of Annual Report and Balance Sheet. Election of Committee for the year. 'Any other business relevant to the Annual Meeting. M. KENDALL, Hon. Sec. KIAMA C.W.A. INTERNATIONAL DAY Saturday, 19th July C.W.A. 'ROOMS at 2.30 p.m. .. COUNTRY TO BE HONOURED NEW ZEALAND Guest Speaker: Mr. 'Barclay High Commissioner for New Zealand AFTERNOON TEA 2/ JOAN RAISON, Hon Sec. -A. J. STEWART , Terralong Street . KIAMA *k STAR BARGAINS PANTETTES, fine locknit, as- is sued to girl's in W.A.A.F. Sufficient elastic given with each pair. -S.W. in Navy Blue ONLY 3/6 LINEN OR LAUNDRY BAGS Taped end, 'either traced or embroidered, 27 x 18 -ONLY 2/11 'EACH SEE MY RANGE OF 'O.S. HOUSE FROCKS, APRONS, SKIRTS
S.C. DISTRICT BOWLING ASSN. Annual Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
S.C. DISTRICT BOWLING ASSN. SAnnual Meeting ,,Th annual.meeting of tihe South Coast District Bowling Association was held in the Clubhouse of the Berry Bowling: Club on the 6th July. In the absence" of the President (Mr. S. Burt), Mr. G. Hough, 'Vice President, occupied the chair. 'Dele gates present were Messrs: E. Jam. ieson and N. Willis (Berry,), W. Watt,. Grey and .Walker (Nowra), Dr. Cranna, A. Jones, 'R. Henderson (Kiama) 'and the Secretary (Mr. R1. Batty). Apologies for'absence were receiv- ed from Messrs. S. Burt and C. Thomas owing to. illness, and the Secretary ?was requested to, send a letter of sympathy 'to 'them both on the niotion' of Messrs. Jones and Watt. ANNUAL REPORT The Secretary' (Mr. Batty) pre-> sented the Annual Report as' 'fol lows:- ' "During the, year .three meetings were held in the. Berry Clubhouse and all Clubs were represented by their respective delegates. Although the number of meetings held were four less than'the previous year, it can'be said t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
; IE MS MANNrING STREET, KIAMA STRONG WORK BOOTS WE KEEP ONLY THE BEST MAKES T BLUCHERS Nailed with Toe and Heel Plate "Tan or Black-21/9 Pr. iT COSSACKS Waterproof-Treated-Will stand up to Wet Weather Tan or Black-21/3 Pr. -ALSO SWAXED KIP COSSACKS a ,, We Keep Every Kind of Working Boots MEN'S WORKING CLOTHES We have large Stocks of Trousers & Shirts a AT C V., ZT. PIEMS V :MANNING STREET TELEPHONE 167 . . KIAMA ADM ERTISING RATES irth, Engagement, Marriage , Funeral, Return Thanks and emall Advertisements (less" than 8 ines) charged 6d per line with minimum 2/- (five words make one line). has an account with thls papera 25 ina .. .. 1/9 50 Ins .. .. 1/6 200 InT ,L7 ,P , /- 400 in . KI: 10d 600 ins ,, N csd 800 ins . , ,i 7d 1000 In ,a ,N o id 1500 Ins ,, ,, 4d THE "AMICA" LIBRAFV AND GIFT SHOP 47 Manning Street, KIAMA MODERN LENDING LIBRARY-ALL LATEST BOOKS Joining Fee 2/6 Also we have a large range of gifts guaranteed to suit everyone's taste. SUN THEATRE SCHOOL OF ARTS ...
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
CURRENT COUPONS .These co()pons n1'ily be used at presoeIt: -. TEA-21--32 (21-24 e'xphi?e., 20th" July, 25-28 expire 17th August,; 29-32. xpire 14th September). New. coupons 33-36 available on '21st July. . SUGAR-S7-S16 (exp!re 20thl July) Ne wcoupons 'S17-S18& 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.:. CLOTH ING-Z57-112 and 1-'56 (1947). Z57-112 expire June 30. All pintk special food coupons,. 1945-46. will' remain current, until Juie 30, 1947.
NARROW ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
NA/RROW ROADS' No doubt many people have won dered how many of the narrow roads in this district have been proclaimed as public roads and have been al lowed. to remain so narrow. Most roads are at least a chain wide, but some, such as,; Fountain dale Road in Jamberoo is only 20 feet wide, barely wide enough for two vehicles to pass. Fountaindale Road was proclaimed a public road under the Police. Offences Act, so that residents in the area could be afforded Police protection. This Act alowed narrow roads to be proclaimed as public roads.
HOCKEY GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
GERRINGONG CLUB Gerringong are playing Now ra Jun lois: at Jubilee Pail :to--d ay: (Sati . clay) and will be i eesented 1)y the followingf team:-. M's: W . H, Baile;, . Jgoan cii Loll:, Margaret Canimpbell Bernadette O'Sullivani, Ur ula.a Ca*rr'oll;: M..Hil.,; Love, Beiryl Walker;, ,Kathi Tayloir;,::: Peggy Quinn, iMary ':Johnson, Joyce. Graham.;: Rese vess,. Bett, y Watsoii ucid Fay Chittick KIAMA CLUB Kiaina: I team lito 1play '.Nowri II: to- day (Satiiday) 'will be ielireseit ed by the following Ga i \Judy Gannon, Shi ley Guy, D win King, Jill Knight li Lona Maitin Patt Wright; Mrs., East, Mar y Gra aham, Mavis Rodgers, Beryl Sproule,: Dor-.: een Ir'vine. Reserves;- Tune Pipleie and :. Merle King. Kiama- II team to play Berry I is as follows:- Merle Chin, Nola .'Watdes, 1Pat...:. Creagain,lBetty Marley; i:Betty Capes, Marie Richardson, Margaret O'Brien, Daphne / Wilson, Marge Wilson,. Betty Oates, Pat, Cox, Reserve, Joyce Irvine. Bus leaves Batty's cor.ner at 1.20': pain.
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
PERSONAL 'Miss Mollie 'iStrong, who is+a nursee : a~it':' ore ;, hospita, . is:; ,atpresout holidaying: iti her ': unt Mrsl J. 13!nks, of Gerring6'ng. Miss 1May Chittick , of Gerringong, i ?si ,I?an ,ae oe,,ii i , ,' strict``';. Mrs".' W A ShIa'iio'6f 'Gerrini ong, Victoriia," as ? the guest ofI her sister,`,, Mrs. H Hinad Mr Geoirge M tchell, of,, Ge'rin gong is hliolidayiing at Newcastle` with ,relatives
MR. McINTOSH [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
MR. McINTOSH Mr. F. A. McIntosh, of Berry,. ad dressed a large meeting of dairynmen from Dapto, Shellharbour and Al hion Park in the Literary Institute, Albion Park, on Monday night last. Mr. McIntosh was one of the dele gation which accompanied the State Minister for Agriculture (Mr. E. H. Graham, M.L.A.) on a world tour for the purpose of purchasing stock to in'prove the dairy herds of the State. In concluding a most interesting address, Mr. McIntosh paid special tribute to the great fortitude still being exhibited by the people of the United Kingdom. in their endeavours to rehabilitate themselves. Mr. McIntosh's quiet, unassuming method of address, appealed .to those present and many remarks were ex pressed that another address by Mr. McIntosh on other features of his trip would be equally appreciated. [Mr. McIntosh's impressions oxi the bieeding and care of dairy cattle ovLrseas have previously been pil, lished in this journal and therefore are not repeated.-Ed K.I.]
ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
ALIBION PARK NEWS: Amongst. those who attended thle TPoiimkins' Farewell at Albion Parkic'n Wednesdnay inigjl;-.' was 'Mr andl :Mis Bi uc ie . an ,and daught? Mir. Jiordaln is .now mianager of the .l.S and A Balnk, Wollongong. For, a tinie' he lvwis' statioiigdat Albion Paikl and took a keen inLei est in lthi building of, the Litelrary Institute. `He .was ,also regarded 'as. one of: the Coastrs :imost ou'tstandling left: handi to liave, esuch an accomplished plan istd, in the person .o3Mrs. G. Birew. ste. . She 'is a player 'ot ability aind one wh.: has beel' accofipaniste forl many of Sydney's leadicg pi ofession al artists. Mi's. Brewster is' always wvilling to pliay wheni iap~proached and takes a 'keen interest ,in young per. formers. Aid. Keith Grey, Mayor of ShellL hliaiboui&, deserves a' pat on the backl for the manner in :which he handled 'proceedings .at the .Tomkins' Fare well. With over a'dozen speakers and two prlesentaibtois hie kept things going so well that all...
FOOTBALL REFEREES FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
FOOTBALL REFEREES :FOR SATURDAY' FIRST GRADE Nowra v. Kiaima (Sunday, A. Blanch). Albion Park v. Milton (Sunday, J. Rutledge).' Pyree v. Jamberoo (S. Thicknesse) Berr'y y. Shellharbour (A. Mac donald). RESERVE GRADE Bomaderry A. Albion Park (M. Camage). Kiama v. Jamberoo. (K. Grey). Roseby Park v. Nowra (A. Booth) JUNIORS Nowra v. Pyree (R. Lidbetter). Milton v. Bomaderry (A.'.Blapch) Kiama v. Shellharbour at 2 mp.m. (K. Grey). Berry v. Gerringong at 2 p.m. (J. Butler).. SOUTH COAST LEAGUE Albion Park Club has withdrawn from the Reserve Grade- competition and thus Bomaderry .vill have a bye to-day: KIAMA CLUB Kiama Junior team to play Shell harbour at Kiama on Saturday is as folldws: - G. Smith. B. Leggett, D. Miller, T. Best, B. Windsor, N. Maguire, J. Hanigan, J, Haigh, B.' Spinks, F. Ryan, M. Whittaker, N. Mason, G. Holz. GERRINGONG CLUB elerringong first graders have the bye to-day whilst. the Juniors journ ey to Berry. This should be an even game as in the first round these two...
GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
G:ERR INGO NGI CLUB, ' A' : Gerri igon O:lCub is' lhdi'a ii n1S holes Staple1'oi'd c i titioh tlis (Satday) iernooif'" ton trophy; donated by; Mi'. "C7' Ca iter . his .coiipetltioniis being held i conjunic tion witll :,thequaitei finuUls, 'ofithe A 'and .13 grae:l Champi., onshs On Tuesday' the Associ iaes,'!lheldl a Staplefoird coimpetition?ove; i8 hol81 which resu?ted:- .Mrs J. W Pi?.,i11 31 points, Ms i1: T I lA\ille 2 Mls Noble 27;, Mis A Stelbbing 27 Mrs. I Page 25, Miss, A. :iMiller 23, Miss, J. Miller 21, Mrs. C. A; MsCAEmery' 25, Mi rs" V: J, W.lkei 23. , In conjunction with: tlis competi-, tion the uaiiatei finals, o tihe iClub Championship werye played 'and i e-, sulted:' Mrs. A. Stebbiig.'defeated Mis; R. O'Keefe 6 anid 5, M.irs% A: W. Noble defeated Miss A. Miller:i'? and 4; Mr's V. J. Walkei defeated M12iss J Miller 7 and 5; Mrs" R: ; T ' H.` Miller defeated Mrs. 'O iA. I:ieiry 2 and 1. The' draw for the semi-finAils :iext Tuesday, is: iVLrs, V. J. Walker v.' Mrs. A. W....
LOCAL SITES FOR HOUSES Resumptions by the Housing Commission [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
LOCAL SITES FOR HOUSES Hos- " .,.-- Resumptions by the Housing Commission The State Housipg Commission would resume land for building sites at Kiama as the first step towards the erection of homes to meet the demands of the town and district., That was announced this.week by the Member for Illatwarra (Mr. How ard Fowles, M.L.A.) afteri he receiv ed the reply of the Minister for Housing (Mr. Clive Evatt)' to his re neved reliresentations. . Mr. Fowles approached the Minis ter on a number of occasions re garding the housing shortage at Kiama. - : After carefuil consideration of the position, the Minister said, indic ated by the housint survey coriducted by the Kiama Council, steps would be taken 'for the acquisition of' a imimber of suitable 'buildings sites without delay. "Acguisitipn.of the necessary land, the Minister explained, "is an' essen tial preliminary before a decision ,to u'ndertake. construction.can be made. He concluded with the assurances that when the necessary allotme...
LOCAL & GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
LOCAL & GENERAL On Sunday last, special services were held. in all Anglican Churches in this district in answer to'. the King's Call to Piayer. At the week-end, a widely-known' citizeni, noticing a smoke-filled shop at West Wollongong, irushed to: a r:ublic telephone,,n told' the:" exchange girl. he wanted the fire :brigade "in a hurry." He patiently held the re ceiver to his eai foib a full two min utes while ,nothing. happened, then went througl?ill the tediouis motions of calling the exchange again. Seem ingly -wanting -to start the .whole business all over again, an exchange girl's voice said: "Number, please.'" He: gently explained': that ?he, wanted to get on .to the Wollongong Fire Brigsade. "ihi'a hurry"-that a shop was on fire and' he wishiied to report the fact, so wouldshe PLEASE hurry and put him through. . About fifteen seconds later an unconcerned ex change girl's voice said: "Your'num ber is' waiting, .insert. :two pennies separately, please."-David Hen wood i...
TENNIS LADIES COMPETITION Gerringong v. Dunmore [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
,LADIES COMPETITION' Gerringong v. Dunmore Mesdames R. Niddrie and A. Par sons (G) v. Mrs. Pooley and Miss Waters 6-5; v. Mesdames Cardwell and Graham 5-6; v. Mesdames Woods and O'Dwyer 6-4. Mrs. W. Bailey and, Miss U. Miller v. Mesdames Woods and O'Dwyer 6-2; v. Mrs. Pooley and, Miss Waters 6-1; v. Mesdames' Card well and Graham 2-6. Mesdames Young and L. Watson v. Mesdames Cardwell and Graham 6-5; v. Mesdames 'Woods and .O'Dwyer ,6-3; v. Mrs. 'Pooley and Miss Waters 6-3. - Won by Gerringong 7 .sets 49 games to Dunmore 2 sets 35 games.
OURSELVES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 12 July 1947
O: 0 URSELVES ' .With thfls i'ssue the' 'Kiama "Inde-.: plendeoit':: eiteris its. 85th i~eai, ,of: continuous' pu iblication; .hlihvi:ifirtst 'ppelaricd' ii 1863'. Tle" prop ietors aie pi ud of the 'fact that control ofh haitiei as ;'e-: iin ined: in Athe one' family since, its Weston,?.whose son ,late'Jol:n Wes toni eaiecae;'the pUblislheri,: in 19i?3 ,No doubt' itt will lbe '' of 'interest to, "readei's. o.f the re. ,??e it generation, tfo linow a little of thie foun dation andl histol'y oi this Piapler The first newspaper in Kivalml was the :Kiam'a '-:Examinerm,, 'which was. ftoundedl in Septemfiberi, '.1858, i.but' which went into lciquidation and Wa absoribed by the Illawairria Mer"cu y, of: Wollorioilg',.ii 1863. In 18i63 a ipublic imeeting was held 'at which a committee oft ,1 w'as p-. lpointed to haver a' newspaper re established in Ki`ama The districi was. 'canvassed .for' subscriptions. at 5/- per quanlter in advlance and a £300: loan was raised by pilblic -sub sci'iption,...
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947
RIFLE SHOOTING Saturd?y last aIp rred to :,be, a perfect day for rifle shooting, but .a ? mirage made conditions difcult ani only a few good scores: ,were Trecord ed. Captain ,. . Alexander, Nyon the Spoon Shoot at 600 yards, with a 48 and 'a 46 off the rifle. Next. best 'as. 0. Grey with 48 and 44 off the rifi'. ' Scores:- .; Scores H'cp Tot. 0. J,, Alexander.' 48 .46 5 ` ;99 "' 0. Grey ... .48 44 5 9 7 C. Bolniface :. :., 44:. 42 10 96 " J. Wiley . 1. . 44 44. , 95 H?. Porritt.. :. 43, 37 15 95. G. Boniface. ... 39 41 .,14 , 94 R. Stead:,.. . ,.: 39 41 13 93j. M. Alexander , , 48 46 36 ?92 i. Curry ....... 46 43 . ..92 A. Wheeldon.. .. 40 38 19. 921, H. Brown .. . .44.. 40 8 i 92' A.,Hall .. .. .... 43 40 8. 91. 'A.,Weston.:.. .' . . 38" 40 12. 90 L. ?oniface .... 44 35 '11i' '90 D. Taylor :.... 18 32 39 , 890 H. D. Wilson :... . 37 39 12.' 88. Ted Hardy . 41 . 33 "12 ; .86.. F. :Hanigan .. . 32, 25, . 23 804' F. 'A. Hardy, :. '...' 35 14 23., 72" H. Johnston' .... 28 19 254 (72;<...
M.Z.D.C. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947
The Prime Minister', Mr. Chifley, iii lis' caliacity'as Meiillii. foi' Maic qijariie, acceiited an invitatioii from Mir.'J MIacdi'hur-Oislow, Se?retary df'?the 'Wiiids'or Branchli of the Milk Zdne Daiiyiien's douincil, to atteiid arid address a meeting-' of.: dairy fiiri'&ei.s' Who 'were :.resideits orf his Ellectorate. . The iiieeting "'was ,atteinded by at le??'st '80 fairinire, fi'ro nithe- Windsor, and Penrith' disci0s . Mr'. P. Cliar ley, President of tlih', Bi'anich, 'ei coinied .the Pihne' MiliistQr, ?arid "tlu secretary, Mr. Onslowe then 'riead a statenieit as: follovs:: "We wish to make' it quite? clear; that it is ?niot? outir 'intention to em baiirass the'Federal 'Governiment biit we do feel that the. wvelfaire of daiiy, farmers throughout the Milk Zoiie i' a iatteri ?hich if adjusted; could lead to c:doniteitment and progreds but if allowed to continue on the piesent unsatisfactory basis will reie suit in\ a. seriotis decline in the in dutry. "A mniisconceiitioin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947
SMA. ::- .KA PHSELDO COCKS PHONE: 'Kiama67.; >ja~rggotngooonoi peooocpoHtoo^rooocpla 7?.W. ' .1-. ,' N.T. . S , ",WHITIT' E ANT S Ob'CKROACHES; BORERS FUMIGATIONS ETC.' Consult- S., SYDNEY I1 H. W. POWELL & Co. PTT SYDNEY LICENSED FUMIGATORS ESTIMATES FREE- - - ..ALL WORK GUARANTEED Si "Regular I nsIipctions Arranged SDistrict RePiesentatives- . DAPTO 66 , THIRROUL 394 " . .. .= .. ._. ...; .._ .. ...._ ...... -. FARMS WANTED Of All Descriptions URGENT FOR CASH BUYERS SUBMI':' PARTICULARS IMMEDIATELY. USUAL CHARGES NO 'SAE-NO COMMISSION BASIS Send for Questionnaire Form . Sydney's Farm Specialists Pty. Ltd. 28 MARTIN PLACE, SYDNEY PHONE .B 1188, after hburs FU 5950 INTERNATIONAL RUCKS TINTERNRIONAL includes utilities, light, medium, and heavy-duty. Internationals in capacities from half ton to ten tons. Ask us NOW for full infprmation. SSee your local International Harvester Co. Agent | J. N. King and Sons Pty. Ltd. jKIAMA & WOLLQNGONG - Phone Kiama 151, W'gong 63...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947
ALBION PARK A. H. & I. ASSN. ANNUAL SHOW BALL Friday Next, 18th July NICKEL'S ORCHESTRA ADMISSION 5/ J. R. GRAHAM, President R. C. G. YOULL, Hon Sec. A. J. STEWART Terralong Street KIAMA NEWS FOR THE FIGURE` CONSCIOUS WOMEN OF KIAMA AND DISTRICT I have just received a range of foundation garments by Berlei .and Merica, and invite your inspection of these garments. It is my intention at a .later date to offer a free fitting service by a trained girl to ensure your entire satisfaction. At jiresent this is not possible, but my many years.: connection with Berlei Ltd. enables me to at least. offer advice on your figure problem:. FOR VALUES IN THIS SEASON'S SMILLINERY SEE MY WINDOW DISPLAY :PRICES .ARE--.12/6, 16/11, -19/11 Also Children's Hats-. 3 11, 4/6 a D 6/6 ALL TO BE, CLEARED ,yANTED.--Smart ' 1oy to l serve, petrol,,and' `il, etc.; 'Apply: , Ki Lam'n ioto'r, Wolts ;Pty, ltd, OST.Gentleman's'., gold wristlet'?, ýwa tch in?:Kiaiua- o?" an-ioeroo?o n,i Sai urday night. Rewar...