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KIAMA FISHING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
KIAMA FISHING CLUB ,. Duriiigithe year einded.':30thl' Juine soime outstandiiig: Catches.: wer?e weithecl in ,by eieiiisieii of'" heii-, ani?a Amateuri ,Fishing Club Messirs 4Bert' Coway and 'A. ,T Ililliman ?e-' twiven them bI oe tlhfe i'e oids M Conway weighed . in, 5 11 Jeifish,, thc la'gest since the Cli starled"S years ago. ie also °bi okel the reco'd fo a Tailor with a fish veighing 4 1s 101 ? 07's. . Mi I?Iillmain's record breanmweigh ed 2, lbs' 13 ors. '1 ie .P esidnt sTo Tophy , dont edl. by Mr. J E King ori the hiighest point score was won by Mr.. Conway; who also voni thifee club, iizes of 11/6. foi, the leirgest T"ewfl sh Schn,?p pe and Tailor anid also a special prilze to the value ot 10/- donated by Mr. H. Hailltoi tihei?iggest Jewfish. Mir. Hillnan,.won. cla ub. pizae of 1.1/6 t'for. the biggest" B]ream and a special 'Prize of 10/6 forithe first fish wvieighed in to bi eak: a record. Mr, W. H. Cook won a prize,',of 11/6 and a .sipedial pii e of 10/6 doii-'. ated by Mr...
HAROLD OSWALD HONEY 57 YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
HAROLD OSWALD HONEY '57, YEARS H I-siany fiiends in Kiamia and .Janibeie;ogdistricts ic were'; sorry tto, learln: of the de ath on S.unday last of; Mr., 'Fa1old Oswald Honey, of Riversdale, at the' comparatively earily age: of 57 years. Trh, 'ipevious Satuiday he had irse ceived severe burnris when kerosene, in a. tank of an engine on his faiim exploded, spraying hiinm witli b urfii nPg oil. , 'He had suffered a good deal of Ipain dturiig the week lie was in Kiamai Distiict Hospital. andsi al-' though everything ?possible was done for him he passed ,away on Sunday afternoon. The 1late Mr. Honey,. who :was a soni ;of the late Mr.: and Mrs. H. H .' Honey, was one of., nature's gentle-" men liis ,quiet friendly disposition making him liked and respected by all with whom lie came in contact; Althoughl hlie did~ not take an activye parit in public affairs .he was an en th usiastic worker:, for his. Cchurch. For many years he was a Warden and iinember 'of the Comimittee of Christ; Church....
SPORTING FIXTURES For Next Week-end FOOTBALL First Grade [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
SPORTING FIXTURES For Next Wek-end, FOOTBALL First, Grade Gerringong v. Nowra. Kiania v. Shellharboui' Plyree'v. Berry. Milton v. Jamberoo. Reserve Grade-. Kiama v. Bomaderry. Kanlgaroo Valley v. Jainberoo. Juniors Milton v. Nowra. Pyree v. Kiama. Bomaderry v. Berry. Gerringong v. Shellharbour. RIFLE SHOOTING Itiama v. Berry at 500 yards:.' TENNIS Men's Competition Shellharbour II v. Kiama. Catholic v. Jamberoo. SDunmore I v. Gerringong I Gerringong II v. Shellharbour II. Jamberoo.II v. Dunmore II. HOCKEY Kangaroo Valley y.1 Kiama I. Berry II v. Kiama II. Gerringong v. Nowra I. Berry I v. Nowra II.L Albion Park v. NowraJuniors. BOWLS Singles Championship games., GOLF Kiama: Mixed Canadian Foursome.
PROGRESS ASSN. [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
PROGRESSASSN The monithly meeting of the Jam beroo ?rogiress Association :was, held in the School of CArts on ``Mondy 14thl inist, 'when there' were 13 miei beis present andthe Piosideint, Mi J. MIacdonal occupied the chaiar,, The i-esignation of theo Secretary, Mr; "S: Chap)ple, was``~ accep)ted annd Mr.;.. 0 Gardneri-,was elected'd .to- `flll' tile 'v icancy, I'It as diecided that a "deputatio` iattend the iext meeting :.'of. `Jami beirod Council to place the" ?ssociat:i tioiio si views ".befoie ::thi?e, ei ri,, Aftei discussion it 'was ,'decided'to ask thei ounc.il to , tr o pireven cattle\ travelliiig ;aloni Main`Sh.eet and divert thlem to some othe iroute The, Couincil is 'to -e uid t co opei'ate 'wvithl the Governiiiment w.ith, th1 object of ovei'coming the ITousing slhoirtage in Janlberoo, If requited,. the Association decided, to assist with the taking of a census of the homes needed. I.'t was, decided to invite 'Mr H;.T. howles, M.Lr A to visit Janibeio0 and discuss sevei'a...
CHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
UHURCH SERVICES ON SUNDAY NEXT PRESBYTERIAN--Kiama 10 a. in and 7 p'ni,; Alblon Pai'k 11.30 a.ni: Shellharbour, 2.30 p.m.-,Rev;H. I-1 Childs. METHODIST-Gerri'ngong 11;15 a.m., Kiama 7 li.m. Rev :R.O:, C: Clarkc (Subject, ."The axehead, ?that ".as lost"),; Kiama- 10. 15? a,:iln 1r.Ne?ille Russell; Jainb ioo; 1115 ? .in:'Mr.T*::, Elleringtoni.. 'CHURCH Z0F4 ENGILAND. -Kiama Foxgrouna' ng10apm.h (M' )','Geri'iigong? 11.15 a.in, (MP),; 7i in (EP) ,;.Mlii naminurra. 3? .i. ' P). Rev. S. A. MainstonGe, Rector.: CHURCH" OF ,ENGULAND '`Albion Park 11; na1?.,' Children's :Seivice, Rev. T. Gee, Rectoi'. CHURCH O;FENGLANDG DShell harbotur ?li 'a.m; Jaribeiod7 p.m. Rev. A. H.. Edwaids,l'Recto ;, CONGREGATIO? AL A Geiiingol?g 11 a.m. arid'a 730 p.m.-Rev. H. E. Lawson.,, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1947.
VALENTINE EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
VALENTINE SEVENING A Valentine Evening W'as organ ised by the Superintendent" and teachers of St.. George's Church - of England Sunday School,, Gerringong, on Friday, 11th inst. There was a good attendance at the School of Arts, where the visitors were wel corned by, the Catechist, Mr.. J.: M. Johnston. Mr. Jack Holman rendered a violin solo. Miss Pauline Downton sang and later recited. Mr. Griffin was the pianist. A special feature of the Valentine evening was that each guest brought along an attractively wi'apped and bhoroughly disguised parcel and all ,were arrayed on a 'table at.the head of the hall. Successful contestants in games and competitions were al lowed to go to the table and choose any parcel they fancied. The opening Valentine game was "Musical Hearts." Mr. David Wha Ian won this game but passed on the prize to the young lady whom he defeated, Miss Margaret Mitchell. 'here was a general parcel open inug efore supper and after all the gaines, which caused a great deal ...
HOCKEY KIAMA I v. KIAMA II [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
HOCKEY KIAMA I v. KIAMA II The long looked for tussle between the Kiama teams took pilace on Sat urday and the unexpected happened. The No II team, who the previous Saturday played their worst.game of the season when they were defeated by Berry 8 to nil, surprised every one by their reversal of form. The game, although not a good. exhibition of hockey, proved full of' interest and gave the spectators many thrills. Mavis Rodgers won the toss and took advantage of the sun and the down-hill slope of the ground. Mar jorie Wilson soon got her forwards going and. the defence was hard pressed to withstand the determined attacks by the B team. Margaret O'Brien was not to be denied when she cleverly evaded an attack and went on to score for her side. This early success had the effect of en couraging the B team to greater ef forts .and they continued to have the better of the exchanges. Pat Cox on the left wing 'vas putting in some good work and was able to add to her sides score before half-...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
OBITUARY sy mphyisextdedto'Mi'. W Mor ison, o' SaddlebackKIfiha i othe deathio ,,his iste, ?iAl King ,.fat .Mooloo1ahlQueenslandi. jd;,' .:(rhe d eath 'oclric cliniTw.T ?,eed '" Dis tric Hospittal'on;T^uesday;,1'tli..nst 'MrA'A ' .A;: Barnes oi Mulwi?luhii bali,,atlteage 'ofs 3 .years? i'efre ;hei' aia riage. she .. MWiasý Ti1i Coogke, eldest ?aughter of Mi ii Mirs ,'. J ICookeof' Casrino and anitece MiH:' o,; E : ooie,. o .Bil 'low Vinvl," G.eii'ingong.She.fneaes a.huli )and dandt two y..chtdidel:, , .
CRICKETERS' BALL [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
CRICKETERS' BALL The Kiamla Cricket Club second grade premiership ball held in the Antrim Theatre on Friday night, 11thi JuIly, ,attracted a lairge attendance and a .very enjoyable nights *danc uing was appreciated liy ,those pre sent. Mr. J. '.McDoinald officiated as M.C. and the minusic was supplied by Nickel's Orchestra. Mr. Col. 'Raison, Secretary of the Kiama Club, extended a welconie ,o; Mr. L. Snodgrass, President of the S.C.D.C.A., .Mr.: A. Noble, the Secre tary and delegates from other, Clubs. SMr. Snodgrass then presented thlie' Association Shield to rMr, M, Cam 'age, captain of the team, and ex tended his congratulations . to the members of the team. Mr. Jack Cambrell,- President of the Kiama Club, then made a pres-, entation of a case of spoons and forks to Mr. Dick Morris who was recently transferred to Sydney. Mr. Morris ,suitably responded and then presented a cup donated by Mr. W. Longbottom to the Vice Captaili of the Kiama tehm, H. Can hamni, and .the following tro...
ALBION PARK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
ALBION PARK NEWS Mr., Tom O'Keefe, .of Albion Park, will be an inmate of Lister House, Hospital, Wollongongg, ,for" a few weeks undergoing ; treatment for duodenal ulcers. ,His many friends will 'holie, for hiiim a speedy returni friom 'Hospital. OBITUARY When, the news-of the sudden; and unexpected death of Mis'. iS. Mc Donald, of '"The Manise," Albion Park became known jon Wednesday last ;,. . - : ,,.).,,, . ,,., , ".: + i , . , .., . it cast quite a glopm over the dis trict. Mrs. McDonliald, who was 65 years of agee Was held in very high esteem througliout tlhe' distliat Her . un assumning and 'generous natuire :liad won for lieinmany firienls. An .dhei ent' .and, enthusiastic. worker o. the ,:Presbyterian .Church, her wholeheartedt support; will be missed. by 'that congregation. Some eight yeairs ago Mrs. Mc Donald suffered' .ia seirious illntess which .left .her with a. weak .heart, Although.' her health' had not been the best of i'ecenlt yeais ,she con tinued to take. a keeni ...
COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
COMING EVENTS July 25-Jun. Farm. E.P. & D.:Al. Pk July 25th'-].P. & Dance, Aliion Pk. 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 Afternoo0n Ki. Aug. 14-Girl Guide Concert, Kiama Aug. 22nd-Catholic Ball, Albion Plk. Aug.: 27-Diggers Ball, Geirr'ingong. Aug. 29-G.F.C. Concert;, Jamberoo. Sept. 5--Diggers Ball,' Albioni Park. Sept. 12-C.W.A..Y'ger Set Dance, Ki. Sept. 18t h'--Meth. Spring Fair;. J'roo Sept. 26--Diggeis', Ball, Kiamna. . Sept. 30-C.4 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.. Dee, --C,W;A, Y'ge, Set Dance, K1i,
GRANT For Kiama Hospital To Pay Accounts [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
GRANT For Kiama Hospital To Pay Accounts Mr. H. 7.. Fowles M.L.A., has re ceived the following letter from the Minister for Healtlih, (Hon, C'." 'M A. Kelly, M.L.A.): "With, reference to your personal representations oin :'behalf of.. the Board:. of., Directori's. of the., Kiama Districti Hiosiital, I ii ' pileased to inform you: tihat as a. i'6sult of ad ditional.funcds being ,imade available' by the Governnient for the pui'pose of liquidating the cash. deficits , of public lhospita s .fOr the. yeirw1946/ 147, the Hospitals Commission,- has decided to make a payiient 'of £300, towards the anticipated cash' deficit as at 30th June, 1947,. ."A fuirther amount to liquidate :,the balance of the deficit Will be paid by" the Commissionl upon submission of the aniiual return for 'the year ended 30th June, 1947, or1 alternatively, any overpayment will be adjusted against future subsidy. A payment of- £50 . has" already been: made to the hospital and .the amount stated in the first paragrap...
MILK BOARD PROPOSAL TO CONTROL MILK SALES In This District [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
EMLK BOARD PROPOSAL TO 6ONTROL MILK SALES In This District ,. The -Milk Board has appli'oached the.,Minister for Health (Hon. C.A. Kelly) and asked tlihat a new milk 'distributing district be proclaimned. . 'The 1VIinister,: asked for an opinion fromn Mr. H. T. Fowles, M.L`A. A Who :in turn asked thke Kiamina Council their opinion. . At the meeting on Wednesday night, Ald. Sproule and Hindmarsh moved that the "Counctil favoured the extension of the Board's diqtributing area to Kiama, which was carried. The following is the letter received from the Minister:-. '"I desire .to intimate that some time ago the Milk Board submitted a recommendation for, an amendment of the Schedules to the :Milk Act, 1931-42,. for the purpose of establish-' ing a nei milk distributing district to be known -as the Illawarra Milk Distributing District Which is to embrace the areas gener'ally from Kiania to Nowira , "The Wollongong Milk Distribut ing District. which was established in August, 1945, extends t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 23 July 1947
Claude L. Knight, F.I.O. (By Exam.) , OPTOMETRIST & OPTICIAN TERRALONG ST., KIAMA PHONE KIA 7. Berry visited every Wednesday. Albion Park 1st & 3rd Tuesdays Dapto, Mondays' 7.30 to 9 p.m. BUY- * LOCKETT'S AMAKI SAUCE Sold by all Grocers. DIRECTORY KIAMA WINDSOR BROS., Frulterers, Green grocers. Deliveries daily to Ki. ama. Jamberoo and Shellharbour. Phone 185. J. CURRY, Plumbers' Supplies. Teri ralong .Street. Phone 169. COOK & DYER, Fruit and Confec tionery. Terraldng Street, Kiama Phone 173. HIIRE SERVICE, Day or night. Phone 92. (TEM KEIR, Manning Street. Cars washed and cleaned. O. H. BLAIR, Hairdresser and To bacconist. Razors and Scissors Sharpened. Manning street. J. MANGY Representative for West ern Assurance Co.. Fire, Personal Sickness and Accident. Workers' Compensation. Undoubted Secur ity, Prompt settlement, 60 Collins Street. R G. & W. R. HOLDEN. the oldest established Butchers in the dis .rict. Mannr.ng Street. Phone 22 JAMBEROO OPYOR B...
MIXED COMPETITION Jamberoo II v. Shellharbour I [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
MIXED COMPETITION .Jamberoo II v. Shellharbour I.. W. Pryor and S. Dare (J) v. R. Hardy and H. Bush (S) 3-6; v. A.. Soutei' and J. Nicholson 5-6. S. Chappell and A. Pryor v. R. Hardy aid H. Bush 4-6; v. A. Souter and J. Nicholson 6-0. Miss A. Murphy and Mrs. O. Box sell 'v. Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Hardy 6-3. W. Pryor and Mrs. Boxsell v. H. Bush and Mrs. Bush 0-6; S. Dare and Miss.A. Murphy v. A. Souter and Mrs. Hardy 6-5; S. Chappell and Mrs.. Boxsell v. R. Hardy and Mrs. Bush 4-6; A. Pryor and Miss Murphy received a forfeit from J. Nicholson and Mrq. Hardy. Won by Shellharbour I by 5 sets 38 games to Jamberoo II 4 sets 34 games.
TENNIS LADIES COMPETITION Catholic v. Church of England [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
iTENNIS LADIES COMPETITION: C?atholic v. Chu'rch of" England Mrs. Warren. and "Mrs., Flynii (C) v. Mrs. Larsen and Mrs. Robb ,(C. of E.);6-4; v:;Mrs. Lay andMiss Weir 6-1;, v. Mrs. ,Spinks and ,:Miss Alex ander 6-2, . Mrs. Camrnage and Mrs. McDonald v. ,Mrs. Lay .and Miss, Weir 6-3;; v. Mrs, Spinks ,and Miss Alexander 6-0; v. Mrs. Larsen, and .Mi's. Robb 6-5. .. Mrs. Kendall and Mrs. NealL v. Mrs. Spinks andMlss, Alexander 6-0; v. Mrs. Larsen and . Mrs. Robb 0-6; v., Miss WWeir and MMrs. Lay 6-5. Won by Catholic 8 sets ,48 games to Church of England 1 set 26 games. Shellharbour v. Jamberoo Jamberoo defeated Shellharbour by. 7 sets to 2 sets. Jamberoo v. Shellharbour Miss Murphy ailcd Mrs. Boxsell (J) v. Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Sanderson (S) 6-4; v. Mrs. Hockey and Mrs. Buckley 6=1;' v. Mr's. Baggs and Miss Hockey 6-4. Mrs. .Marks and-Miss Bolton v. Mrs.,;Hockey and Mrs: Buckley 6-2; v. Mrs. Baggs and Miss Hockey 6-4; v.'Mrs, Bush and Mrs: Sanderson 1-6 Mrs. Cooper and 'Mrs. Jones v. Mrs....
GERRINGONG CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
GERRINGONG CLUB ?lo.-ca; (Saiturd'tay) Ge)ri ngong tiavel to Nowla to meet'Now.ra" I hi the first match of the second iounil of, the 'Shoalhaven 1-Hockey? competi tion.: I ho ,bus leaves at 130, pm. Geiiingong will be repiresented by the ofollowing:- .Mrs; Btiley?: Joan 'COarroll; Margar7' et Campbell; ,Jessie 'Pa'khill Uiisula' Cairroll, ,Marie Love, .Fay Chittick, Peggy Quihn, Beryl Walker, Mai'y Johnson, Joyce. Graham. Reser'ves, Mary Sharpie and Jean Geminuill.
KIAMA CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
KIA'MA'CLUB K Klama I team' to play Kangaroo Valley at the Valley to-day (Satur `dary,) ita a's ;follows - ' . Merle, C'hin, Nola, Waters,: Dor otliy Blanch, Betty C?apes,' Lonima Mai tin, Marjorie ;Wilson, ,Doreen Irvine, Beryl Spioule, Mavis( Rod 'ei s,; Mar ly Gi aham andt MrsI . East. Kiania IIteain to play Berry II. at Beiiy }s as follows: icly Gannon; Betty Mailey Whir ley' Guiy;, Heleni .McAuliffe, Ma rie Rich'iardson, Jill. Knight ,Pat' Cox, rJoyce Irie Ava "7evers Mei le King,, Mai garet O' Brien, The ? buse leaves Batty's ,coi'ner at 1 p.nm, shaip.
THE TIDES [Newspaper Article] — Kiama Independent — 26 July 1947
THE TIDES The following times are 'taken a= at Fort Denison, Sydney. Kfama is approxiinately 20 minutes later:- JULY ' Saturday 26th: High 2.49 a.mn. 3.38 p.m.; Low 9 a.m. 10.10 ,p.m. Sunday, 27th-High: 3.55 a.m. 4.36. p.m.; Low '9.51 a.m. 11.19 p.m. .Monday, 28th-High: 5 - a.m. 5.29 p.m.; Low 10.41 a.m. Tuesday, 29th-High: 5.58 aom. 6.15 p m.; Low 12.14 a.m. .11:27 a.m. Wednesday, 30th-High: 6.45 a.m. 6.56 p.m.; Low: 1 a.m. 12.11 p.m. Thursday, 31st-High: .7.26 a.m. 7.35 p.m.; Low 1.40 a.m. 12.55 p.m. AUGUST Friday, 1st-High 8.5 . a.m. 8.10 p.m.; Low: 2.16 a.m. 1.37 p.m. Saturday, 2nd-High 8.44 a.m. 8.46 p.i.; Low: 2.52 a.m. 2.16 p.m.