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Tennis MEN'S COMPETITION Gerringong I v. Catholic [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

Tennis; MEN 'S COMPETITION '. Gerringong I-v. Catholic r, 0. Martin and W. Leathem '(C) v. K:' Boxsell and. E." Emery (G) 0-6, 1-6; v. C. Wiggins and M. Bird 6-3, 6-3. H. Canhlliam and K. Young: v. C: Wiggins and M. Bird',' 6-4, 6-4; v. K, Boxsell and E. Emery 1-6,: 6-2. Won by .Kiama Catholic 5 sets 32 games to Gerringong I 3 sets 34 games. Jamberoo I v. Dunmore I E.. Fredericks and A. Fredericks (J) y. Wilson and Ryan 4-6, 1-6; v. Lyons and Pooley 6-4, 2-6. Bolton :and Dickson v. Lyons and Pooley; 7-5, 4-6; v. Wilson and Ryan 6-8, 3-6. Won by Dunmore I 6 sets 47 games to Jamberoo I 2 sets 33 games. .

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

NS.W. PRODUCE CO PTY LTD First Class Factor Seed Potatoes---16/?- wt Ibis Dolomite 18% Magnesium "NEWPRO" DAIRY MEAL * "NEWPRO" LAYING MASH' ..Milo Meal; Double :Crushed. Oats; Lucerne,. Oaten, .Wheaten :Chaff; Lucerne Hay; Lu-pol; Wheat; Oats & King Calf Food A GRICULTURAL LIME - . " .;We are organising truck lots of lime at truck price Kiama. You can order any quantity and get advantage of truck price.. 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 ,. * * * prompt service at this store. 2Qpality goods and low RY prices are hand in hand. Your grocery needs . will be supplied better hereo, - P. J. DAVIES STOREKEEPER Phone 138 NORTH KIAMA WIRELESS AND REFRIGERATORS SALES AND SERVICE Courteous Attention to Ihquilies ROBERTS KIAMA ---- - -- Phone 60 NEALL'S ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE g 40 TERRALONG STREET, KIAMA SUPPLIERS OF ALL SPORTING -EQU...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Golf KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

Golf KIAMA CLUB Kiama Club's 18 holes Stroke com petition and qualifying round for the Club Championship resulted: G: Alkin .. .. .... .. 98 34 64 H. Brown . ... .... 101 36 65 W. Peck ........... ..74 7 67 J. R. Briggs ... 1...106 36 70 S. Boyd;.. .. .r .. .. 97 25 72 G. Conn .... ... . 100 26 74 B. A.;Stephen .:.. ?.. ....94 20 74 C.. S. Boyd . ..... 87, 12 75 K. Pearce ...... .. . 95 20 75 E. Evans........... ..95 17 79 A. Boyd ...... .... 101 22 79 Rey. M. Irish ?... .... 96 17 79 K. Jarratt;. .... . 125 36 '89 The "following. is the draw for the Captain v. Secretary match: W. Peck v. G. Alkin, C. Boyd v. G. Conn,, K. Pearce v., S.:? oyd, A. Boyd tv.: D..Evans, R. Walker v Rev. Irish,; W.Walkeir'. Dr. Stephens, D. Boyle V\*., B. Moore, B.} Fuller v. H. B3owni, R, O'Brien v?. F. Slharpe, M Evers vv J. Briggs, K Jarratt 'v K. GRRINGONG CLUB The oGeirrilngong. dlub held an ' 18, holes , 'Stableford' competition ,'? on, Saturday for a trophy ~ donated by Mr. C, E Cartei :Results; er...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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MILK ZONE DAIRYMEN'S COUNCIL At Albion Park [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

MILK ZONE DAIRYMEN'S COUNCIL At Albion Park There was an excellent attend- ance at the meetingi of the :Milk Dairymnen's Councillield tn the Lit7 'erary. Institute;' Albin' Par!;} !'rk n Monday night, 7th 3tily The Peieh'(r A 'S Thiom as) occupied tilhe chair,and before i~'deeding with 'tlie geneial bliistI ness of the , meeting, extenided 'a cordial welcome to the visitors which inciided Mr. F, '. ? :.McIntosh,' the, eminent Ayrshire breeder,. of Wood: side Park, Ber1'y (the, guest speakei') also executive oflicer, and :'several members of the Dapto Branch, Apologies for absence weie re ceived from Messrs. R: Webb and A.. A. Gorrell. The President gave a brief out line of the iiain lioints discui~'ed at the Managemenit Cominmittee `meet- i ing as 'foll'os:.--Election' of Gener al President and Secretary, reduc tioin in penalties,,, and the indigjra tion caused by no ' allowaine, being made in the milk price to the increase in the Rural wage. ' ' Ot the latter point he asked .the n'...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Hockey BERRY I v. KIAMA II [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

I Hockey BERRY I v. KIAMA II On Saturday Berry I and Kiaina II met on the former's ground. Berry wlho;' are still undefeated in the com petition, won the toss and had 'the advaiitage of the,slope. No time was lost by the Berry forwards and B. Willis and B. Turner had each scor ed in the first fopr 'minutes. . Afteir this first shock Kiama' pul led theniselves together°"and had a fair share of the game and some of their breakaways really looked dang erous and had the forwards been in position goals could have been scored. The Beriry forwai'ds were combin ing' well and proving too fast and were able to score three more goals by half-time, making the: score five to. nil. ' SAfter the interval, the Kiama play ers tackled much better and had. their fair share of the game and went close to scoring on a number of occasions. Janet McBroom 'took ad vantage of an opening and scored for Berry with, a good shot close in. M. Campbell and B. Willis were able to add to the score before the final w...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE At Kiama [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

CHAMBER OF COMME 'CE At Kiama The monithly meeting of the Kiama Chamber of Commerce was held in the- Council Chambers on Monday night last, when there was a good attendance of 16 menmbers. CORRESPONDENCE .°rom Mr. Rasburn, of the Depart meit of Labour and.Industry, regret ting that he would be unable to ad dress a meeting. From Chatswood Chamber of Commerce asking for support for a petition to be forwarded to the Gov ernment urging the retention of Saturday trading. Thd opinion was expressed that Kiama being a tourist resort, it was essential.that. the shops remain op0n on Saturdays and it was decided to support the motion. From the Country Traders Assoc iation notifying the procedure to be adopted .in applying for a variation of the award to allow shops to re main open during the lunch hour. It was- decided that further action be. deferred until a reply ..had been received from the Council and the C:W.A. notifying if or not they would support an application to vary the award. SMr. ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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SPORTING ITEMS Football SOUTH COAST LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

SPRING ITEMI Football SOUTH COAST LEAGUE Results ?of last ?week end s t' ches are as follows FIRST GRADE' Kiama :11 v ,Now ra4 , Albion Park 24 ;v. Milto 5 Berry 61 v. Shellliarbour 8. Jamberoo 9 . Pyree 5 RESERVE GRADE-= Kiama 7. v. '1Jamberoo .;, :;; Roseby Park 8 v Nowra 6 JUN IOR GRADE Beirry 12 v Geirirngong 7 :Nowvra 10 v. Pyiee 2 IKiaua 3" v Shellii boit 0. SO hinter est to South Coast Leagu fellowers is' the presentation of. a cup, by: Mr. Leo .O'Dwyer, of Dun inore,. to the team In the first grade competition scoring,' the greatest iumber' of: conipetition points in the second half:of the competition'each season. The cup: cannot :be won out right and should provide much in terest .foir'all cluhibs; ALBION: PARK v. MILTON, Albion Pai k defeated Milton by 24 points to 5 at Albion Park on Sun (lay last. The ball had hardly been set in' miotion when Thomias bairged his way over for a try,to open Miltdn's ac count. Pascoe nmissed the kick. The Park took, play to ,,Milton's 25 ,a...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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FAREWELL SOCIAL AT ALBION PARK To Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Tomkins [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

FAREWELL 'SOCIAL XT ALION PARK T Mr and Mrs. R. N. Tomkins On Wednesday night: last, there was a layge attendance\,at the Albion Par'k Literai'y Institute to, bid fare well toRM. arid Mi,'s..', T6mkins, onh the :eve of their .departuire rto * i Mr.' Tothkins; has been manager of thie E.S. and A. Bank at Albion Park andii has beenir'tiansferred: to Enfleld, whlre he is ..to open. a :new branch. : Apoiogies for absence were :re ceived from the new maniager (Mr: R, Thickett) and Messrs. R. Fryer: (Klamna), H. C. Cooper (Jamberoo), J. R. Graham,, N. F. Bondfield _ and Theo Grey (Albion Park). . The guests of thlie evening vere esco?ted iiito the hliall lir 'the Mayoi of Shellharbour_ (Ald. .Keith Grey) anld weire ,imet With the. singing of "For They al e Jolly .Good Fellows.' S-ioceedinigs' opened 'with a short, imusical programinme given by Misses M. Walsh, V. Knight and Mrs. N. Lamerton. Mr. and Mrs. Tomkins weire acconi'. lanied to the stage by, the Mayor and Mayoress, Mi. H. T. Fowl...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

ALBION PARKNEWS Master lasi Grey, son of Mr., and Mrs. Keith Giey, rettrned home on Monday from ,.Wollongong' ,Disti'ict Hospital .where,. he had been oper ated tiUpon for appeidicitis, Mr. J . Gi'Grahani, manager of the lliawaia' Cential Co op. Daiiry Soc iety, flew to Adelaide on"Monday to attendid a conference of Factory Man agers. M.',. ereie O"'Gormnan had" 'the iiustoi tiie to teai the I'iuslesl of his leg, when'. thel i motor', cycle. he was Satteriplitilig to Sta rtklicked." back, on' Saturday last., The injuriy is very Painful' and ' is tmany" friends will wish hintm a speedy irecovery. Mr. a nai Mi's. J.' Trickett 'and Miss T Trickett, have arriied froin Str ith field, Mi, ,Trickett 'having .suceeded' M': R:. NTo?lintis as Mainager of 'the E, S and A Bankl ~inAlbion Park. Both' MT.r anlldM . Ti'ickett "Spent theii .childhood': on ,the' North' Cotast. Mi.:'M.: Milton Bennett ,who hlas inan aged._the Connmmercial Hotel at Albion' Park for the past three' months has, owing, t...

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CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

UIIHURCH' SERYVICES ON :SUNDAY NEXT METHODIST. Kiamna 10 16 am Si llliari'bou'iý'7.30)' mt Student; Jaif' berodo 11.i5 a.mi. Mr.A . Goriel;' Gerrlngong ill5 ain (Ooninmnio Kiama 7,p?nin Rev R, C. G'lark: (Co'in tmunoion). CHURCH OFENGLAND KEiain 7.45 a.m. ,(HC) 11 ca.i ?i':(MP)' .7 (EI.P.) Foxgiound ,10 ain?ii(HO) Geil ringong,11.15 a in (H 7 pIn (EF ), --ev. "S. A Mait0iinne, Recto.i' OPRESBYTERIAN.Kiaina 10 a.i?i. and 7 pi.mi. Jaiiibei oo 11.':30 bita Min nailn'ra 3 pim?;? Rev:' H H Childs CHURCH ";OF ENGLAtND 1'Shelix harbour'.11ai.n Jaimbeioo" 7 pi.m? Rev. A. H. Edwards Rectoi CHURCH OF ENGLAND -Albio?li Park 7.i? ,. p it (E'P) '-Rev. ee, hector: CONGREGATIONAL, Geiringong It, am. and ,,7.30 p; .Rev H. E., Lawson.:

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

'`PERSON'AL ri Mr.AFrnch; of Goi don is' spending three week s holiday at Toolijooa as" the guestu o1 hiskuncle ,an4, aunt,; Mr anid rMrs; S; N' Shai pe; Mi aid Mrsi J 'iEllering ton, of Lath ow aie holidaying a Wealr Beac ??°la" theMguestsof'the f?r, i Eleri's "ai ents, :M'r" aid' Mr?Vi',", 1?liig to M' Elleiiisgton' is a keen hock ey player at Lithgow and on Satur (flay: .icted a uihnpir~e at .tlie~' hockey - ý 11', 'ý ýi 'ý :,: ý , ý , ý..l { /i? ? :.' %., " ? :.ý i:, ý,; "? . .:ý! ....at Ge go ,ang o. . and l.ys J Davis of" Black-:. tnoii,. have .takenl up 'residence at ' eiii l.Beach. .Mi :Davis hasMaken: aliositinafit tlih eG iiIngoing; sawmill..

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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

ROUNDBO t0T .Y "i'HE MAN IN TH'E S'T REET" I was one of a party of some thirty odd Coastal, folk Athat ,visited .the Limestone quarries at Marulan 'and later,,inspected .the crushing' :and burning processes, to which this commodity is subjected. - My; thaiks go to Keith Young,. N.S.W. Produce Company's manager at Kiama' for' his invitation .to/ accompany. the party. * Thurisday 'last was the day the bus load set out at eight o'clock with Harold (call..;me "Googs") Tuohy acting as chaperone and col lecting his. passengers at each stopping place, "Googs" did ct 'good job and is now in line for a job, as guide to, the next Antarctic expedi tion.' This trip had little in common with a vipit to Anftarctic but at least it could not have been much colder at the Polethan it was at times on the craggy gorge. tops at Marulan. .First let it be said that this is not a free advertisement for anyone but the' people responsible certainly lmade a' grand job of- the business and we had an enjoyable,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

• . .',. AXI AUSTIN CARROLL WISHES TO.. NOTIFY THE RESIDENTS OF: GERRINGONG DISTRICT THAT HE HAS COMMENCED A TAXI SER VICE FOR TAXI RING GERRINGONG 114 SRUBBER STAMPS * SAVE TIME-BUY A SRUBBER STAMP ONE LINE 1 INCH LONG ONLY COSTS 1/9 2 LINES 2 INCHES LONG COST 3/9 ' OTHER CHARGES ON APPLICATION 1 ? LINEN MARKING OUTFITS-2/6 (All prices plus 10% Sales Tax) WESTON & CO., Shoalhaven St., KIAMA 9' . . .. : ' ., Do You Read the .1 " ' " " rKIAMA SINDEPENDENTI V RECULARLY Place an Order NOW with KIAMA: Sullivan's Newsagency A. H. Jones Newsagency. . JAMBEROO: Pryor Bros. Store A ~Fredericks' Store. ' GERRINGONG: Noble Bros. Stoi'e. SALBION PARK: Mrs. W. Buchanan's Store. SHELLHARBO UR: D. A. McGrath's Store. * MINNAMURRA: Mrs. A. M. Evans Store. LAKE ILLAWARRA SOUTH: F. Noonan's Store: OR WE WILL POST COPIES TO YOU :, 8 DIRECT : 4/6 PER QUARTER post free S 9/- A HALF YEAR post free 18/- PEFI ANNUM post free . WESTON & CO. 51 Shoalhaven Street, KIAMA ADVERTISING RATES "CAS...

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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

THE TIDES The following times are takenIas, at Fort Denison,: Sydney: - Kiama, is approximately 20 minutes later:-,+ JULY Wednesday 16th: High, 6:25 a.m. and 6.46 p:m.; Low 12.29 a.mi. aind 12.1 p.m. Thursday 17th: High 7.25 a.m. and\ 7.39 p.ii..; Lowv. 1.26 aim. & 12.59 p.mi. Friday 18th: High '8.20 a.m. and 8.30 p.m.; Low 3.15 a.m. & 2.50 p.min'. Saturday 19th: High 9.11 a.m. 9.20 p.m.; Low 3.15 a.m. 2.50 p.m. Sunday 20th: High 10.4 a.m. 10.10 p.m.; Low 4.5 a.m. 3.45 p.m. Monday 21st: High, 10.56 a.m. 11.1 p.m.; Low 4.54 a.m. 4.40 p.m. Tuesdhy 22nd: High 11.49 a.m. 11.55 p.m.; Low 5.41 a.m. 5.36 p.m. Wednesday 23rd: High 12.41 p.m. Low 6.29 a.m. 6.35 p.m. Thursday 24th: High 12.49 a.m. 1.40 p.m.; Low 7.16 a.m. 7.40 p.m. Friday 25th: High 1.46 a.m. 2.39 p.m.; Low 8.6 a.m. 8.55 p m. Saturday 26th: High 2.49 a.m. 3:38 p.m.; Low 9 a.m. 10.10 p.m.

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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

CURRENT COUPONS 'These coupons may b?e used atp resent". - TEA-21-32 "(21-24 expire 20th July, 25-28 expire 17th August, 29-32 xpire 14th September). Newvcoupons' 33-36 available'on 21st July.,:: ,BUTTER-22-24 (expire 20th Jul)' New coupons 25-27 available 21st July. MEAT-Black. 50-53 (expli'e 20thli July, Green 57 and ,59 expire .20thi July. New coupons Black 54-56, Green 61 and 63 available 7th July. CLOTHING---Z57-112 and 1 i-56 (1947). Z57-112 expire June 30. ': All pink special food coupons, 19,4546, w!ll remain current until June 30, 1947. .

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OBITUARY ROBERT CHITTICK—80 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

OBITUARY; ROBERT CH ITTICK -80 YEARS %One of .the oldest nd nob?t:,respect+ edresIdents "ofrtho; Geri dengongi, i iein the person of i Robei t Cliitick died at his home at Willow Vale' on' Friday last' 'atothe age Of 80 yei eialngth peio of Ihe iate 'Mr? Chitticl :was born ' Iieland andcaie to Australia t;a early:age; settled at neg with other ieibis of 1 family. 'andilatei hemimoved to Kangaroo Va ley 'w re he ; niari ed' MisMg ar Set;e:Nelson f 1 idin some time they iioved , Gerrin goiin to ollow f arm in puruiit e la te Mi Chittick' resided lthee, until t M:&;time lof hi death and .coniplet-, ieda peilood of '37 years iaesidence. lIe .was a man piossessing a: strong. Clhiristiani clihar acter whose worid was his bond i.,e was a sao"unch uSupoi 't eo' of the' Methodist Churlch Being, a' regplar attenlder of qhi rcli se vices until ill-healtli pievented him fioom doing so. He was i Sunday School teache'! foI'r soeime years "and' later beciam?u a Church .:Truistee which lhe ...

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KIAMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL Ladies Auxiliary [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

KIAMA DISTRICT HOSPITAL: Ladies Auxiliary .'Tie sixteenth aniiual ieetling of tile K"ialuta, Distrlit Hospital Ladies Auxiliary. was, held' in. `the Council Clhambers o?i Friday afteriiobni last: There was all 'excellent aittendance of nmembei's. ANNUAL REPOFRT Ti1e ,iollowing annual report `,was presented by the H"on. Secreta'ry (Mrs. H. Triylor) "??ter ten: years of loyal service as Piresident, Mrs. Cockis retired. Miss 'Filcher was elected "out 'new' President. We regard this year one of satisfactory activities, Our meom-. liership 36. fThe ten meetings held du'ing the year have not been" as well attended as cotuld be. The usual. monthly Ma'ket Stalls have been well siupported, ,resulting in a total amount of £42/19/6.' A 'Mile of Pennies day, held in December; real ised the sum of £31 and' a special Hospital 'Day appeal in Maicli £33/6/-. A donation wlas received from the Country Womens 'Association 'of £5/3/-. An Egg Day was held in August with the result of 115 dozen eggs bein...

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ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

ACCIDENT Mr.v Os H-[ouiey, of iversdale, re deulved severe bur s to 'the,. arms, body asnd legs iand sholc' on ,Siatut cay last About nid day 1 > as startin a leroisenf engine wliheli iecessitates the heatilg of a paitt with a blow Ilami Whien. lie turned the en gine ,ver, ftel was sp) ayedl out t ,and catught aliglit fi'om the blow lanmp. iin turn this caused a .fire whilcli he en diavoi?l red: to extingilash, blut before l, Ccould, (0o so calised tlhe" fuel 'iti the iotior to explode sevei ely b)rlii i him.? His son, Mr. G. 0. Honey, in going to his fathler's assistance, also re ce*ived burns to)the hands. Mi,. Hoiney, was conveyed by Ani bulance to the Kiamna Hospital.: '

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YOUTH SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

YOUTH SERVICE On Sttiiday evening next sa special Servicd:e will ,be held in the Kiaina: 1 ethodiit.L Ohliuch, when' the Ministeri iwili; 1e'assisted ,In the. service ~by, seve oki of' thenienibers of the Chiibst iani-,' Endeavour ,society '' TIhose y6uoingI people will !read the' Sciiptuies? and also read, several',' )iaplel's on '.he; ,subject h Te:" Call otf'; C(hiist " The Rev '1 C Clark.,'who willbeK conducting the c eis ' e'' thiis': week. sAd "Thi is a nwh e' ?e? uelokiiokni toteyoungi' life ;of ,oui :chui chies to' be o: soiie assistane ,to .1us, ?id I siiacially: contiienid 'this se vice to all oui i peolland ni on-c lhtiirchgoere.' 'lhi Servivce~ will c?i nieience at 7 p.mn.

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RED CROSS BALL At Jamberoo [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 16 July 1947

`BRED .CROSS BALL' At Jamberoo SOn 4th' July the diu- nal Red (ro: s., 3a11 o l: the J ainbeioo B li an. . heoldinrt ;the Sclh~i olr 'At ,ainc colouri str almEs o vile~dan anir o ge niadoo'tiiia lilie's'dec1 iated'.l the stake; and i'ed afl d';`white' cainelias, t> orlmed ?ývo large ciosses on eitlier,'side?ot t ( ldias ~`I he supt. tables ei'~ee also decorated wilth 'crosses ot ed nd wl lte 'flowe's. Paiticulai'ly noticeatble was the rrockinhg ol thei ladiesiices, velvets; noioe-taietas coibinatioisor 'x otic lame; with, marquisette; .velvet, with iiot il l et pre war glamour to tJie atniospheire, The.xcelleint. music as .supplied1 bliy Nickel's, Orchestr' ?!\ad dancing coftiiled till 2 a

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