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MONTHLY MEETING OF KIAMA COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
MONTHillY MEETING OF KIAMA COUNCI Th e mothly meeting ,of. LhO I:,t-' i?i Coiuncil wais held int the Couincil Chambers ~.on'.'. Wednesday niigit; Slast.?.T1he.:Mayo? (Ald. W R IHold.n) 1presided and .also pmreenwieAi Serniene A. N Hinidmnrash, J Phillips . H.: ShopheidB R J Wilson I?e: Birown,- A. , Scott and W Spi Doi MAYOR'S MINUTE The rMayoi mepoi ted having ata tended fthe 23rd Annual Meeting of the Illawarka Dist ict of the Man, clhestei. Uniion Ordei of eOdfello ws Lodpge dr On Tuesday he had visited the' Band imeeting"and diadfreceived the cups .wg one bythe tBad 'forwisafekeep The nimmute vwas :idopted on the motiol n of. Aldi Birowin anid Scott.b TOWN .CLERK'Sý REPORT The Town ;Clerk .(Mr. H. Lyons) reported as follows: "The , Woi??s Coumn? ittee medet Mr. Surveyoi Dovems, oi the site of the Chainpan Estate subdivision, when the piroposed i?oads and footpaths were discussed with him Aftei a thomough inspection: of the area, it was agreed. that the -tentative ppro posal of s...
GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
GOLF GERRINGONG CLUB Gerringong Club is holding a Par competition to-day (Saturday) for a trophy donated by Mr. S. N. Sharpe. The semi-finals of .the Associates Championship,' were played on Tues day and resulted: Mrs. V. J. Walker defeated Mrs. A. W. Noble. Mrs. R. T. H. Miller defeated Mrs. A. Stebbing. The final will be played on Tues day next. A Par competition played on 'iTes day for Mrs. Dodd's trophy?vwas won by Mrs. J. Page.
KIAMA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
KIAMA COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS Mr. M. S. Meagher, S.M,, had a busy day at Kiama Court of Petty Sessions on Wednesday last. Atý least half the cases on the list were adjourned to tie August sitting and then Iproceedings did not conclude until after 5 pmm. Ronald Tye was fined £5 for driv ing ,at 60 mn.p.h. along Manning St:, Kiama. Mrs. Amy Windsor was fined £10 foir using preimises for tlie purpose o" betting.. A defendant was fined . £1 , on a charge of offensive behaviour. Pol ice evidence , as, that he was whist ling to. girls. Charges of carrying furniture and cattle without a perinit were met vith fines of 30/- and 10/- respec tively.` A defendant who allowed an un licensed person to ride , his ' motor cycle was, fined 10/-. ". Another who was charged with 'inegligent driving pleaded guilty and was fined £3. David Barrie Davidson was charg ed with driving in a manner dang erous to. the public and driving negligently. Opening the case for the prosecu tion, the Police Prosecutor, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
1 'ý -T AXI USTIN CARROLL WISHES TO NOTIFY THE RESIDENTS OF GERRINGONG DISTRICT THAT HE HAS COMMENCED 'A ,* TAXI SERVICE FOR TAXI RING GERRINGONG 114 r - S" S RUBBER STA-MPS SSAVE TIME-;BUY A RUBBER STAMP ONE LINE 1 INCH LONG ONLY COSTS 1/9 2 LINES 2 INCHES LONG COST 3/9 OTHER CHARGES ON APPLICATION LINEN MARKING OUTFITS-2/6 (All priccs plus 10% Sales Tax) WESTON & CO., Shoalhaven St,,'KIAMA - -___- ..--. . ......r wrw.. - rr. . r w .r r - w r. - w - w - r w w.-- r w w r w r r r r w".. - -....._ . ... .. .......ý . .., I C V 71EMS MANNTING STREET, KIAMA MEN'S OVERCOATS NEW STOCKS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED SOME VERY SMART, GOOD QUALITY, DOUBLE BREASTED OVERCOATS. ALSO WE HAVE, A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF POLO STYLE COATS MEN'S RAIN COATS GOOD QUALITY OILSKIN RAINCOATS GUARANTEED WATERPROOF-£3 SMEN'S FELT HATS. WE ALWAYS HAVE A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF MEN'S HATS IN THE LATEST STYLES AND COLOURS i B MEN'S QUALITY SHOES BLACK CALF.SHOES-in high grade leather-24/6 Pr. TAN CALF SHOES-Best quality...
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
THE TIDES The following times are taken as at. Fort Denison, Sydney. 'Kima is approximately 20 minutes lateir:--r JULY . SSaturday' 19tli: High 9.11 a.nm. 9.20 p.m.; Low 3.15 .a.m. 2.50 p.m. Sundray.20th: High 10.4 am. 10.10 p.m.; ' Low 4.5 a.min. 3.45 p.m. Monday 21st: High 16.56 a.m. 11.1 p.ni.; Low 4.54 a.m. 4.40 p.m:. Tuesday 22nd: High . 11.49 a.m. 11.55 pm.: Low 5.41 a.m. 5.36 p.m. Wednesday 23rd: High 12.41 p inm. 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. Fr:day 25th: High 1.46 -a.m. 2;39 p ni.; Low 8.6 anm. 8.55 p m. Saturday 26th: High 2.49 a.m. 3.38 p.m.; Low 9 a.m. 10.10 p.m.
CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
CURRENT. COUPONS These coupons may he .used at present: - TEA-21-32 (21-24 expire 20th July, 25-28 expire 17th A?igist, 29=32 xpire 14th September).New coupons 33-36 ayailable. on 21st Juily. BITTER-22-24 (expire 20th July) New couiopns 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. CLOTHING-Z57-112 and 1P56, (1947). Z57-112 expire June 30. , All pink special food. coupons, 1945-46, will remain current until June 30, 1947.
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
BOWLS The following is the draw for'the. Association Singles Championships Play will commence to-day (Satur day) 19th July, and all matches muist be completed by 27th July. R. Henderson v. S.. Polpplewell; J. Jar'rett v. P. Davies; Dr. Cranna v. J. N. King; L. O'Dwyer v. T. Ton gue; P: Tarbert v. *C. Birown; J. O'Keefe v. R. Kingdon; H. Gould v. J. Pike; R. Fryer v. 'A. Jonies. The Pairs. Chanmpionslhip games will not be" started until finality is reached as to a Three or Four Bowl game, which will be decided at, the Annual Meeting of the South Coast Bowling Association to be held on Saturday next.
HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
HOCKEY Kiama I play' Kiama II on the Showground' at' 1.30 pit.m: , to-day (Saturday). The teams are'l-No I team: Judy Gannion, .Pat :Wright, Shirley Guy, Jill Knight, Loinan Mar. tin,. Dawn King, Mrs., East', Mary Graham, Beryl Sproule, Doreeit Ir' vine; Mavis Rodgers. Reserve, -J. . Irvine. SNo II team: Merle Chin, Pat Crea-' gan,. Nola Waters,, Betty 'Marley, June Piper, Betty Capes, Margairet O'Brien, Pat' Cox, Mrs: .Wilson, Merle King, Maijorie Wilson. Re serve Alva Evers. Gerringong team will play Berry II at Berry to-day '.(Saturday).: The bus will. leave. Noble Brois.' store at 1.30 p.m. The .team will be:-B. Bailey, J. Carroll, .:J. Parkhill, B. Watson, J. Gemmill, B. Gallagher, F. Chittick, K. Taylor, B. Walker," M. Johnson, J. Graham. Reserves;:, ?: Sharpe and B. O'Sullivan. .
KIAMA C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
KIAMA C.W.A. SThe monthly. meeting of the.. Ki ama C.W.A. was lield in the Rest Rooms on Tuesday last when the President,'. Mrs. Knight, presided over an attendance of 40 members. Resolutions of sympathy were passed with all present standing to Mesdames 'W. Cooper and Gould' in .tlheir recent sad bereavement. Apologies were received. frpm Mesdames Alexander, F. Weir, J. King, James, .F. Reid, W. Walker, Fryer, W. Boyce, E. Filmner, S. Jar rett and Phillips. Discussion ensued regarding pro posed. Baby Health Centre and Rest Rooms and' it was decided that the branch proceed with s'ame and alter plans accordingly. CORRESPONDENCE Return thanks from Mesdames J. Phillips, Greenwood, C. Scott,' H. Gould, P. J. Davies, Walton, Sabin, Wiggins, and Miss' E. Weston. From Kiama Red Cross, Kiama District Hospital Ladies Auxiliary and Mount Hope Bush 'Nursing As sociation thanks for donations. From Municipal Council asking for members to act as attendants .dur ing sessions at Art Exhibition in Au...
WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
,.....WMEDDING ,iA: :ed(ling.o-interest to local iesi,. dents was; celebrated at; StMch ael's Cihurcl of E.ngland Wollon Ig on Tuesday. last b'y'. th' , -'Rei 'o?.Pn when MIVs 1White rbook was1 mairied) to Mr. Alt Wil-, liamts.' ,.' bei ed as thel wow o' the late: Clia'les hitebrolok whlo, was :known as' lHamiy Gitdon1, aton' time ne'as pairt, pioprietor ?j Kiama's Owi0 Pic.? ture6 which wore shown.in' theOdd fellows 'Hall .4 ,He latitersoold oi; and to iled' the State' wvithi' i'" travelling' pictuie slhow. Mrs. Whitebriook was thepianste forthe pa s for' the o : ......, Dui iig the wair' Mrs. Whitebrook, who is an 'accom?plished : pianiste, sipent, much: itAme ;nftertainning ser-' vice personinel at the: Central Rail ,way Statioi Canteen 'and "at a,:ca'nip at Liane Gove;' Sheo 'has been tak ing an interest in various chaiitable i, ganisat'ions in Wollongong. '.She visited Kiama. some 'years ago with a pantomine' company. Her son, Lieut. Frank Whitebrook, was Wounded` in 'action in...
FOOTBALL SOUTH COAST LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
. * " O , ."OTBALL,; SOUTH COAST LEAGUE OC'u1 i etittoi points in .'the first grade',; conilpetitl ii? o, iigi ;cndlufited, by?the above 'League 'to,;date e.asr Kimaia 1S, Janibeioo 4?' Beiry 12; Nowri a:10,: Pyree !10,, iGerl ingong': 10, Alioi' .Park 10 lMil ton:'i"4 :Shliellha h Tdliar Coiiattoeeit ofth abliove 'Leaue ihas susplendedN?' 1'iff en (NW v, and IHoslckini (Rose" by 1P air) jfOr'r. tw" compietition m'.at-: chles d fned echple10/ ;;fo fightiingiv 9 Scoi inc, 11 poeints to I uiai istill' reiuainel ?uionfiqUeiedd when' they' de-/ 'eatedi the. Nowiti fiist grade': teai at the' shiow'griund last Siunday. Hoi-ow' evielr Kiania did not have eVeriytlhingl its ow.? ~ay ; iand the INowrai :boys fouight a veiry hard losinig, battles Kiama in' the eail'y stages of the' game, .monopiolised tlihe scrums; an id' thie local side was hiard pressed to keep them out, but they defended well. Kiama opened the scoi'ing when King the captain fM the visiting side; secured and riinifng hai'd,'...
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
COMING . EVENTS July 25-J.tn. Farm. E.P. & D., Al. Pk July 25th-E.P. & Dance, Albion Plc. July 25-Cricket Prem. Ball, G'gong. Aug. 1-Diggers' Ball, Jamberoo Aug. 6-G.U.O.O.F. Ball, Albion Pk. Aug. 7-Meth. Tea Box Afternoon Ki. Aug. 14-Girl Guide Concert, Kiama Aug. 22nd-Catholic Ball, Albion Pk. Aug. 27-Diggers Ball, Gerringong. Aug. 29-G.F.C. Concert, Jamberoo. Sept. 5-Diggers Ball, Albion Park. Sept. 12-C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance, Ki. Sept. 18th-Meth. Spring Fair, J'roo Sept. 26-Diggers' Ball, Kiama. Sept. 30--C. of E. Tea Meeting, Ki. Oct. 7-Scots Church Spring Fair, Ki. Oct. 14--C. of E. Flower Show, J'roo Oct. 29-Spring Show, Gerringong. Dec. 5--C.W.A. Y'ger Set Dance, Ki.
THE GALE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
* THE GALE On Tuesday night a gale struck this district at about 10.30 pn.m. and lasted until dawn on " Wednesday morning. . - In that time ;many hundreds of pounds worth of damage was done. Most. spectacular incident was the blowing .onto 'the 'railway line of the .waiting room at Omega, Sta tion.. The gatekeeper, Mr. W. Gem mill; heard the crash and attempted to ring .Kiama Station , and warn the. driver of a goods train due soon after. 'However he was unable to do so, and the train which arrived 15 miniutesi earlier than usual crash ed into the shed and. smashed it to matchwood. • No damage was done to the traip. At Kiama the roof of a shed own ed by Mr. F. Curry, and measuring 20 feet by 15 feet, was lifted off, whirled through the air .and landed more than 50 yards away.. In its travels it cut through 7 electric pow or lines putting that section out of action. At Saddleback, the. home' of Mrs. V. Waters was unroofed arid a num ber of windows blown out. The electric power which ...
P. & C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
P. & C. ASSOCIATION At 'the last meeting of the Albion Park Parents and Citizens Associa tion at which the.'President (Mr: W. R. Wilson) pý'esided, there was a good attendance of members present. The chairman referred to the loss the Association had suffered by the transfer of Mr. R. N. Tomkins and expressed the best wishes of the Association to Mr. Tomkins in his new position. Now that the Association has been granted the use of the piano from the, Council Chambers, it was decid ed to dispose of the old. one' ?vhich' has done service for many years. A request was received from Cole dale P. and C. asking for co-oper ation in endeavouring .to obtain free transport on railways for interschool sports meetings. The request met with unainimous support and it was decided to write to the Minister for Education in the mattei.. The Headmaster, Mr. McClelan re ported having purchased sporting equipment to the value of £2/3/7 and his action in buying it was en dorsed. The Kindergarten ...
ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 19 July 1947
ALBIN". , NEWiS'. ." Miss J ]3owi?ee, ain old residlenit o' Albion .Park,; but now resident of cPiton, is staying, itli:Mr. .it J A Raftery of. "` avenuthoirpe'. Aiblion Park and r?iewiing ' olds friendshiips, Mi F. Bi owuilee is, hei: brother, Several new l homes, aie to be built in Albion Park: alimost. immediately, the: timbe' r having aI'rived this week. Btuyers :foi these .homiles, when coin ;pleted ,'are; already negotiating with the owNnei of the lanid Seveial ovners of ho iies aih'd lad. ait Albion Park Rail are worried at the liossil ility of losing the'i,, honiesr oi havilig themil removed to allother site,- The Defence Department hav ing taken over the control of -the aerodrome will, require more, land. One o6wynei has been' inioinmed that anotheri 17 acires' will be required' from him': Albioiln Park Hockey.girls are de lighted at the pi'ogiress niade in the. levelling ..and grassing .of their new sports 'ground l-ease of which has been giranted by Mrs:- L Pearson and' M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
WAYS courteous, prompt servic at this stort. Q(ality goods and low pices are hand in hand. Your grocery needs will be supplied better hero. P. J. DAVIES STOREKEEPER. PhAMA NORTH KIAMA Ai. .e',.. . • SELDON COCKS PHO(-N.,: Kiama 67. BE WISE-SHOP AT . . . . 1 W HUGCIIS; CHEMIST Terralong Street, KIAMA THE CHEMIST THAT SERVES YOU BEST PHONE KIAMA 46 FOR DELIVERY SERVICE WIDEST RANGE OF STOCKS AT CITY PRICES Use Hughes' Pharmacy Service for * Prescriptions Promptly and Accurately Dispensed. * Proprietary Medicines-Wide Assortment of `Stocks. * Photographic Goode-Film (on qu.ota), Developing & . Printing. * Cosmetics and Toilet Requis'tes-Best Brands Available * Veterinary Medicines-Veterinary Prescriptions Dispensed. * 'I NTRATIONAL THE full range ., includes utilities, 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 &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
W. G. SANDS' Aniounces that he is now operat. ing a- taxi cab in addition to the Tourist Service in Kiama. Phone 203-ANY , HOUR oi.S'otbleb FAasted Nary over -: t.looto m if. cyII in L ' ina: Reward. . indlter pleaset r eturn: ti Police Staton, I loma. R.- Hl JONES de s to ino Shis custone lat lih he s dis posed of his N wsagency business to Mr.'S J.Jarattasieom Monday He desihes to ? ian thiem for thei?r past patronage (id hopes they will extend the same to his suocessor JAMBEROO SCHOOQ F ARTS TiIHE Annual; Mieeting' , i bers of the as lB Iestitution will be held in the School f Arts on TUES DAY, 5th AUGUS -', 1947 at 8 p . n. J. MUIRPHY, Hon Sec. R.FOOKIES & SONS wishes to annond e thuit thei pl)ace of busiiess hias /been .moved f'rom Eddy Street, to BA NEY STREET;, KIAMA., S.The. phone inm br is now Kiai?na 180.: 1.' ,,/ :/ . . . .. Agent for Atlantic Oils, Petrol, etc. Second-hand ` Timber for ale WEATHERBOA DS- arge qtqan - tity of Lingi o6ards, 7 doors, :iindow franmes...
Rifle Shooting [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
R ifle Shooting Kiama Club held a Club Shoot at 300 yards on Saturday last. The scores will count for the annual prizes and also in t1he quarterly pirize for the greatest nuiiber of bulls and inners. The shoot was won by R. Wheel don with two good scores Of 44 and 42 off the rifle. Scores: R. Wheeldon... 44 42, 151 100 0. Grey ...... 47 48 44 994 J. Wiley ...... 45 44 9h 98S F. Hanigan . .. 38 42. 18 98 H. Johnston .. 40 38 19 97 F. Curry .. .. .. 45 49 3, ,96j 0. J. Alexander . 45 ,'45 6 96 C. Boniface .. " 41 44 104 954 I. Alexander .. .. 44 ,48. 3 95 D. Davies.. .. . 43 42 , 9' 94b H. Porritt.. .... 40 39 156 944 S. Love'. . .... 45 41 74 934 H. Brown .... .. 39 43 9 91 L. Boniface.. .. 43 34 14- 91' A. Weston ...... 33 45 12,1 90: R. Stead .. ., . 38 37- 141 89? K. Boniface .: .. 36 34 18h' 88h G. Boniface .... 36 32 174 85A 0. Morgan ....... 30 43 114 844 The following is the team to shoot a match against Beirry Club on Saturday next from the 500 yards mound: O. J. Alexander, M...