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MIXED COMPETITION Gerringong I v. Catholic [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

MIXED COMPETITION Gerringong I ?vr Catholic S0.. Martini an . Leatlien (b) K. Boxsell and 'E. Emeyi' (G) 5-6; . C. :Wiggins anid M Bird 4-6. K;: YoungI an\ \A. Canhani v.: C. Wiggins affd M. Bird 6-1'; v.i K.Box. sell and E. ormery 26 MrS. Flynn and- Mrs. Camage v. Mr's. Watson and ?i is. Niddrie (0)? K. Young aiid Mrs. Fiynn v. Boxsell aind ,Mrs. Watson, 5-6; A. Canhain and Mrs. Flynn . C. Wig' gins aind Mris. Watson: 6-1; 0. Martin and 1irs. Cam ge v Ei. iEmery ahd MrsN. iddiie 6-4; W. Leathein and Mi's. Carnage v. M. Birid and Mr.i Niddrie 5-6. W,oiin! by Gerringong I 5 sets 36 games to Kiaina' Catholic ` 4 sets 45 games. Jaimberoo I v. Dunmore I E. and A. Fredericks :(J) Ryan and Wilson (D) 5-6; v. Pooley und Lyons 6-3. C., A. Bolton and S. .Dickson: v. Pooley and Lyons 6-5; v. Wilson and Ryan .6-3., SE. Fiedericks and Mrs. .Jones v.. Ryan and Mrs. Cairdweil 4- 6; :. A. Bolton and Miss Bolton v. Lyonss and Mrs. Pooley; 5-6; S. Dickson and Mrs. Jones:. v." Wilson anid Mrs. Cardwe...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Tennis LADIES COMPETITION Dunmore v. Gerringong [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

Tennis LADIES. COMPETITION Dunmore v. Gerringong Mrs A, Pooley and Miss B. Waters (D) v Mesdames Parsons and Nid drie .(G) 4-6; v. Mesdames Watson and Young 4 G; v Mrs Bailey and Miss U Miller 3-6. *Mesdanmes B Wood and L O'"Dwyer v Mrs Bailey and Miss U Miller 6 3, v Mesdamies Nicidile and Pal sons 1 6, v Mesdamles Watsoni and Young 0 6b Mesclamnes Cardwell and Gri tanl v Mesd. mes Watson and Young 4 6 v Mrs Bailey ands Miss U. Miller 6-1; v Mesdames Niddiie and Parsons 4-6 Won by Gerringong 7 sets 46 games to Dunmore 2 sets 32 gamies.

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

N?S. W. PRODUCE CO PTY LTD:I First Class Factor Seed Potatoes-16/- cwt Ibis Dolomite 18% Magnesium I"NEW'PRO" DAIRY MEAL.. *"NEWPRO" LAYING MASH "Milo Meal; Double Crushed Oats; Lucerne?, Oaten;, Wheaten Chaff; -Lucerne Hay; Lu-pol; Wheat; Oats & King Calf Food .AGRICULTUJRAL LIME .We are organising truck lots of lime at ,truck price Kiama. 'You can order any quantity and get advantage of triuck price. Call in and Inspect our Stocks at N.S.Y1 PR ODUCE CO: PTY LTD ' Manning Street - Kiama . RING & ORDER NOW--KIAMA 210 Agents for. -NEPTUNE OIL, MASSEY HARRIS & YATES' SEEDS WIRELESS AND REFRIGERATORS SALES AND SERVICE Courteous Attention to Inquiries ROBERTS P KIAMA - - -- - - - Phone 60 NEALL S ACCESSORIES SUPPLY SERVICE 40 TERRALONG STREET, KIAMA SUPPLIERS OF ALL SPORTING EQUIPMENT QUALITY FISHING TACKLE MOTOR ACCESSORTES TOOLS OF ALL TRADES WE SPECIALISE IN TENNIS RACKET RESTRINGS BATTERY CHARGING CYCLE REPAIRS AGENTS FOR- ' . MASSE BATTERIES SPEEDWELL CYCLES...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Golf KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

Golt KIAMA CLUB Kiaina Golf Club's semi-final of Club Clhampionship and Captain V. S?cretary match iresulted:? IW, I eck defeated G. Allkin 8 and 6; C. S. Boyd defeated G. Conn 6 and 5; S. Boyd defeated K. Pearecc on the. 19th; E. Evans defeated A. Boyd 2 and 1; R. Walker defeated B. Fuller 6 and 4; B. Moore defeated F. Sharpe 1 up; J. R. Briggs defeat ed M. Evers' and 2; J. P ichairdson d feated'G. Gowings 6 and 4. ,riThe followving' is the draw for the" Mixed Canadian Foursome.to be held on Saturday next, 26th July, Four Ball Best Ball v. Par. A. Boyd and Mrs. Knight v. J. ýichardson and Miss M. Boles; K. Oliver and Miss Colley v. K. J. Pearce and Miss,,R. O'Brien; R. Fry er and Miss B. Boles v. C. Boyd and Mrs. Conn; R. O'Brien and Mrs. McKenzie v. M. Briggs ahd Mrs. Cullen; S. Boyd and Mrs. Graham v. K. O'Biien and Miss M. Jones; W. Peck'and Miss Phillpot v..G.1 Alkin and Miss B. Blattman; W. Walker and Miss Beryl Sproule v. A. Fuller and Mrs. Pearde; M. Evers and Miss J. Moore ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMPETITION PASTURE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

,COMPETITION PASTURE Mrr. II 0. Oox,.of Kangarioo yal ley, won the Pasturei Improv6eim6int competition recentily conducted by the Better Farming League. The Judge, Mr. M; K. :McDonald, Agricultutral ' Instiructor i., miade the lfollowlng co!liinents' The seasonal. condclitions generally, over, the whole district, have not beet pariticuilarly beneficial to sown paistures, nievertheless, the majority of entries werd of quite a high star dard and scored' wvell, under most sections. At this period of the yeari s6onie suitable, balance, of grass iand cloyv er species' is required to thke the place of paspalum whicl. has be come dormant, or is quickly reach ing that stage. In'this respect Per ennial Rye and Subterranean Clov er appear to be outstanding in most entries. A number of areas seen included paspalumn swards which were carry ing only a little Sub. Clover. and practically no1 Rye grass. In these cases top-dressinfg, renovating, and -re-seeding would be most beneficial. ',?.l These...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Albion Park v. Shellharbour [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

Albion Payrk vn Shellharbour Albion 2Pai k hiad an easy victoiy overi Si ellhaiboui oni thel foare's gitotnd on Satui day last However the sc ores 22 to nil weie not as gireat as the Park supporteis anticipated Durinig the first sessionl Alblionr Park' heldye play, in .f' Shellharboui's territory and B Reaftery atnd W Ca iei' oii scored etres; one of which B. Rafteiy converited Although the three-qiartei' line staited many Pi oniising moves, tfle tackling by Sheilalliaotie kept the score down. to S to ni at ,half time. Dur ingg the second half Slhellhar hoiur; played better football biut to wards the end t epeated attacks byi Albion Paik woie down; the opposi tion, E. Tonilins scored two tries and K. Raftery and Leo Doyle one each. B Raftery kicked a goal. Best players were for: Albion Park B. Raftery and, for Shellharbour, J. Lyons and E. Hooper....:

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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AMALGAMATION INQUIRY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

AMALGAMATION INQUIRY.. "In view of ,tie ob ection iodged. against the prollosal, I have decided to refer the matter to a ptublic inquiry and: have appointedl Mr.:i H. ,W .Dane, Senior, ,Inspector 0o Local 'Govern nmeat Accounits to hold an inqluiry accordingly, wr ites the ,Minister for. Locel Goveirinent; 1Mr. Cahill to oju State Miember, Mr. Jack Beale, M.L.A. A proposal to unite the. Municipal ities of Berry, Broughton Vale,\ Now-, *a South Shoallihaveii and Ulladulla; and the Shires of Canibewarra "and Clyde; and to constitute the .united area as a Shire' was gazettedl in May this year. It wyas proposed' that the new shire be named Shoalhaven Shire. Mr. Beale lodged objections on be half of 'all councils concerned ex. cept Nowra to the . proposal. The State Member then presented peti tions to the Minister -froni ,the Coun-. cils concerned and 'other ublici bodek ies requesting that an ,inquiry be held. The Minister. has informed Mr. Beale that when a date, timne anid place for t...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KIAMA v. GERRINGONG [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

KIAMA v ,,GERRINGONG Gerrinigong' u)ipset? Kiam a's `series of 13 wins in a i'ow i'n' comipetition football on Satui day last, when they defeated Kianiiia by 7 point' t5. The iinatch Was played.on the Kiama Showgrbund and attracted a large crowd. Kiama appeared to be disorgan ised. Many pilayers were ouit of pos ition and oine playei, :.Ted Hardy was only incluided a' few mhinutes before the:.team went on to'. the field. Gerringong, on the othier hand, played a grand game as a team and although they hardly won ' 'a ball ifrom the sruciums, stood up on Ki ama and did not allow. the backs to, get nimoving. Although the Kiaima foriwai ds were sound in defence they seemed hope lessly at sea vwhien someone passed them the ball. Froim the kick-off the Gongs took play to Kiama's 25 anid had the honfe team iard p'ressed. N. Miller look ed dangerotis oni two occasions but sound tackling held them out. Ki ama were repeatedly penalised for play the ball bireaches and after mis sing two shots a...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
REPAIRS TO THE SHOWGROUND £500 Government Grant [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

REPAIRS TO THE SHOWGROUND £500, Government Grant Kiama Municipal Council had been given a special grant of £500 by the Minister for Works and Local Government (Mr. Cahill) towards the provision of improved facilities at the showground. This was announced this week, after the Member for Illawarra (Mr. Howard Fowles, M.L.A.) received the reply of the Minister to his rep- resentations and the deputation Mr. Fowles received on the subject on the Showground recently. Mr. Fowles told the Minister ' lie was anxious that every offort should be made to put the showground iii first class order for. the 1948 Centen ary Show when the State Governor would perform the official openiing. "The showground," he said, "is more than a reserve used once a year for the annual exhibition. It is the mecca of most of our public efforts during the year." He continued that urgent necessary repairs to the buildings would, put in order tlhe publican's booth and horse stalls that was long overdue. It was not a c...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING ITEMS Football SOUTH COAST LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

SPORTING ITEMS Football SOUTH COAST LEAGUE .Results of inatclhes~ played at the Seek'-eiiin:the bovel £ eague's coRpetition beie -~FIRST GRADE- 7 Gerrigong 7 v. Kiami 5 Albion Park 22 v.; Shellhaiboul 0 Milton-12 v. Pyree' 6 Ber y 21 v Nowira 5 RESERVES Boina erry 1 v Roseby Park 5. 'JUNIORS I iaman 21: Milton 0 Geiriingong 15 v Boi deiiy 0. Shiellhiiboui 11'v: Nowia 10 On Sunday next Gioup: will be repiresenited :by the f:::dllowirig teaim against. Sout li sydney br thie Wo1i longong Show roidgid: J. Livermore (Captain, Port Kemn bla), R. Rowles (O.B.~O., M Raftery (Albion Pairk), J. Seymniour;(Daptb), J.. Giay (Poit Kembla), K Stephen" (Gerringoing): T Qiuinn (Gei'nigong) G. Jardine .(Noithein. Suiburbs)? G.; Thompson. (Jamberoo), :A Miller (Beiry), J. Periy (Wollonigong) A. SShi?i-e. (Kiama) T. Briennan?i (Thiiir ioul); Reserves, Ralston (Port Kenibla) anid K Patteirson (Dapto) Refee': a .Gillardh Linesmen? H. Rutledge aiid S Thicknesse

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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OPEN COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

OPEN COLUIN:. [For' the "dlscitssiou' of .;natters oat publfc.'oi?ipoltlical Ihterest, ":We ele otrirecessai.ly ;hodit lie, ;oiae views, ;r endorse the o;pinifons expiessed by cbi'resDooldents.:] :. TO THE EDITOR Conceiuiig, the note , from ,am beroo Club by;: ";'Shamrock". in the last 'issue of Indepenident. it appea?s that reading between, the !lines they class themselves iunbeatable ?r else if beaten' thoy cannot 'take it nina sporting manner,.... Kiama.,. Reserves defeated Jambeioo by 7 .points to 2, and the team was not a stacked one. Perhalps the Jamberoo' Club don't kiow that we have 50 registered members, to pick a first and reserve grade. team from. Now to the facts of the team, the, player whom they mentioned as having represented South Coast firsts in a district match at Wollongong, was definitely dr6p ped by the first grade selectors for hiis poor shoviig against Pyree at Kiama, and then the second person whom every football enthutsiast on the Coast knows as "young Peppe...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

HOCKEY Berry II were at home tp 'Gei-rini gong girls oii Satuirday; Kath Taylor! won the toss and'setBeriy thee ' t of .plating up; the slope 'and against, the suin. . 'From the bully, off Berry took. up the attack, and camen near scoring. twice during the first ,five minutes. I 't was only due, to the fine, display by Mrs. Bailey fi goal that stopped 'Berry opening their scoire.: A niumber of short corners Were forced but-the Berry forwards were' "r ot forceful enouglih to take advantage and their, shots lacked' force Gerringong smur wived this critical period, and trans° fei ed the play to the otheri'end. Fay Chittick and Kaith Taylior were corn bining well on: the right .wing and from their efforts Beryl" Walkeir was able to pick., up a pass at- full speed to go through and open the scoring after six mininutes of play . Gei'rin gong continued to have the most of the game and the -left wia `came into iprominenice:. Joyce Grahanim cleverly drew the B'erry I?back, out and passed in ...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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ROUNDABOUT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

ROUNDABOUT BY "THE MAN IN THE STREET", ; ell it has happened at last. Ki ama's seqiuence of winin first grade. football has been broken. ? Afteir a string .of wins as long as Holder 's and Hall's.. sausages, the "Zebras' have at last been walloped. Gerrin gong did it on Saturday, and are deserving of the highest commeiida tion.., Ldet fit be. known that :Kiama. were ;not beaten because Tliey played badly-no sir. , Mostly they played well. They were downed becausec they, met a team` who played better and'never at any stage gavi Kiama the chance: to unwind those thrilling movements that have won gaimie after game for them. Geri'ingong's tactics were souind. They stood up on the Kiaina back line and. as soon as .the ball started passingnfrom, player to player each man toppled his.. vis-a--vis-thus br:eaking up all combination before the machine got properly in motion. That was what the backs did. The forwvards in the rucks raced through in the same manner. and the man in possession was...

Publication Title: Kiama Independent
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

, 'r r-----r - -- .,,---r---: , L TAXI..>< AUSTIN CARROLL WISHES TO NOTIFY THE RESIDENTS OF GERRINGONG DISTRICT THAT HE HIAS COMMENCED A TAXI SERVICE X E I r FOR TAXI RING GERRINGONG 114 t1 . - .-L.-- - -. ' r----.....---------------------------------------------------- -.... =.. ,., RUBBER STAMPS SAVE TIME-BUY A RUBBER STAMP ONE LINE 1 INCH LONG ONLY COSTS 1/9 2 LINES 2 INCHES LONG dOST 3/9 OTHER CHARGES .ON APPLICATION LINEN MARKING. OUTFITS-2/6 (All prices plus 10% SalesTax WESTON & CO., Shoalhaven St., KIAMA Do You Read the [KIAMA INDEP ENDEN T REGULARLY Place an Order NOW with . KIAMA: Sullivan's Newsagency SA. H. Jones Newsagency./ . - JAMBEROO: Pryor Bros. Store Fredericks' Store. GERRINGONG: Noble Bros. Store. ALNION PARK: Mrs. W. Buchanan's Store." SHELLHARBOUR: D. A. McGrath's Store. MINNAMURRA: Mrs. A. M. Evans Store. 'LAKE ILLAWARRA SOUTH: F. Noonan's Sto SOR WE WILL POST COPIES TO YOU : DIRECT.; * 4/6 PER QUARTER post free 9/- A HALF YEAR post free...

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THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

THE TIDES The following times are taken ac at Fort 'Denison, Sydney. ° 'Kianma' is approximnately 20.minutes later: JULY Wednesday 23rd: H'gh 12.41 p in. Low 6.29 a.m.. 6.35 p.m. `Thursday 24th: High 1 2.49 a ?.. 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.im.

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CURRENT COUPONS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

CURRENT COUPONS These coupons may be used at present: - TEA---25-36 (25-28 expire 17th August; '29-32 expire 14th Septemm ber; 33-36 expire 12th Octobei). New coupons 37-40 'available 18th August. ;BUTTER-25-27 (expire 17th Aug ust)."New couipons 28-30 available 18th August. MEAT-Black 57-60, Green 65 and 67 (expire 17th 'August). New coup' .ons black 61-63 and green 69 and 71, available 18th August. CLOTHING-1-56 (1947).

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BAND SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

BAND SOCIAL A niost enijoyable social was held in .the Drill Hall, Kiama on Tues day, 15th, under the auspices of the Kiama Band. The proceedings opened with a short musical programme by the band tinder the baton of the band master, Mr. R. V. Grant.' The Band rendered "Old Com rades," "Those Endearihig Young Charms" and "Lizzie" followed by a euphonium solo by Miss P. Patton "Mexicale Rose," soprano coinet solo "Jealousy" by Tom Delaney, cornet solo "Sarle Marais" by Bar bara Delaney and "Let the Rest of the World Roll By" played by Mr.. Grant, Betty Delaney and Barry Delaney. At the condlusion of the pro gramme, Mr. Grant, by special re quest, played a cornet solo. The cups which were won by the Band at the Band Contest some months ago were presented to the Council for safe keeping. The Mayor (Ald. W. R.. Holden) in accepting the cups, said it gave him great pleasure to receive them on behalf of the Council and con gratulated the Bandmaster and Band on their outstanding progress du...

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BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

~'.) 'S + i f. : j! ,' :?,l + ,{ ,,'i/ O ,l' .. .. ' 4 . Yi ", Y itl l.. .. :, ,? i " 'l'7 ý iii tt I dn a Kirna Bowling' Claiil tnr ,games, r iesulted .- - :- . . ?i ' R, Kingdon, 1R.', Wilson;? R'1 Fry'ery ,'v: ,Rev; Childs;'1 J.'C; , -: 'KoIa l eir:= er13 d yn?C nS 1opplewell '`P', Weptbrook; 32; dv. !,Parsons, N Hindmiarsh P' ,Davies 18;,, :,,,';''.'",'.:. . Brow C C ooe r H. Gould 27: defeated' Ni ShnoinonsW iiDawes,:'R.; Wa iien15. ý, s i ,r For itheAssociation Singles ChaI-. ,pionsahip the f0olloingt nrt'.thli i dwere' .decided : ,iii L O'Dwyer' dlefeated '. P Tongue;, SCianlna defeated J -N;iang?; S. Iopileweiii defeatedl, HR'edei.s'on. Foir the Cock of tihe Walk:.. Singles j oo , he' iodllowi ? pis ,the drai, foithe Association' Pairs:' Championslii:+ "'R I3: I"Kindon and'L? 0 Dwyer V. Dr:, Caninac id auJ, t; . KigR: Hendero - sonii and 'R' Fryer ,v ' t;f Warren and `C: Bi'own, ;.1J Pike 'an'd ýA. 'Jones v' R;! Wilsson and.:; N. iHindmnarsll;sh ;.C " Coopei a?ndH'. Gouildv;...

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GUIDE FETE [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

GUIDE FETE The Guide Fete held on Saturday aftmuioon; 12th July, in, the Church of Englanid Hall; was very success fuil; It is expected :that 35 will be cleared and will ibe paid to Scout and "Guide' Memorial ;-Fund. ."The stalls .vere incharge 'of Pat rols as follows: Produce: Kingfishei`s (Shirley Saunders, acting P.L.). Wor'k: Guminuts (Nancy, Noble Pi.). Unfortunatgly Nancy was sick for the Fete but her Patrol, with' Mesdames Noble and Stephen, car tied on, Sweets: Robin Patrol (B. Wilson P.L.). Cake: Wattle Patrol (A. Sheather P.L.). Refreshments: Guide Local Assn. Fish Pond: Claire' Bloomfield. Japanese Exhibition: Mrs., E: H. King. Doll's Show and Posies: Brownie Pack. Results of competitions: ,Best Six Scones made. with Aunt Marys 'Baking Powder.:. Mrs. ,H. J. Noble. Best Sponge Sandwich: Mrs. Scherf. Best article made from Siugar Bag: Betty Wilson. Best dressed Doll if material: J. Richardson. Best dressed Doll in' knitted or. crochet: Dorothy Mainstone: - During the aftern...

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JAMBEROO A.L.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947

JAMBEROO, A.L.P. The monthly meeting of the Jam-, beroo braiich of the Australian Labor Party was held in the School of Arts on 10th inst. when there was a good attendance of members, presided, over by the President, Mr. I. O'Dwyer. The Secretary reported that due to an oversight he had omitted to write to the' Council as instructed at the last meeting, but same would be be fore the next meeting of Council. The Secretary was congratulated on his appointment as President of the Kiama A. and H.Society for the 1948 Centenary Show. In responding Mr. i;icGlinchey said he was very appreciative of the honour conferred on him and he would do everything in his power to make the Centenary Show worthy of the occasion. . Members agreed to a request by Mr.. J. Macdonald that a letter be sent to the authorities urging the issue of a permit to enable ,him to purchase a new car so that the:taxi service at Jamberoo could be inaug urated .with' the least. possible delay. In closing the meeting, the ,...

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