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Helping Our Community Since 1918
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SUZIE'S - For all your wholesale,
retail & weekly meat specials.
Ph 03 417 8213 66 Union Street, Milton
Corned Silverside (our own -- not pumped
full of water) Only $8.95 kg Save $4.00kg
Tasty Beef Olives
Only $12.95 kg Save $4.00 kg
Sweet & Sour Pork Casserole
Only $ 11.95 kg
Tomato & Bacon Flavoured Rissoles and
Patties Only $8.95 kg
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Now @ 86 Union Street, Milton
Open daily 10am -- 5pm
Shop Milton Advertising
Knitwear any time of the year
Quality knitwear can be found at the Waimate Knitwear
The Waimate Knitwear Factory Shop in
Milton has the same range of quality
knitwear and great value prices for
which the original factory shop in Waimate
is well known.
The opening of a second factory shop is part
of an intensified focus on the local market.
This includes the reintroduction of some
practical, versatile and cost-effective styles
for men and women.
Hard-wearing wool jerseys for work and
outdoors, spun locally, remain staples of the
Waimate range alongside work jerseys and
knitted bush-shirts made from yarn spun
from recycled woollen fabric.
Recent changes at the Bruce Woollen Mill in
Milton, source of most of Waimate
Knitwear's yarn, have made it possible to
revive some ever-popular worsted wool
tunics and cardigans. The tunics are in store
now, in 9 colours and the cardigan will be
Need knitwear, any day of the year? Visit
Waimate Knitwear Factory Shop in Milton.
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The organisers of the Balclutha
Round Table reunion would like to
thank those that supported the
feature about the Balclutha Round
Table in the Clutha Leader on May
Former Balclutha Round Table
members from throughout New
Zealand came to Balclutha on the
club's 50th year and enjoyed a great
weekend, reminiscing about the
fellowship, fund raising, and
community projects that Balclutha
Round Table has been involved in
over the years.
We also congratulate the Balclutha
Round Table for the convention they
held and thank them for including the
reunion. It is good to see that the
round table is still strong in Balclutha.
Just thought some of your older
readers might be interested in the
selection, earlier this year, of
Canterbury hockey player Pippa
Hayward in the New Zealand
Womens Hockey Team (Black Sticks).
Her parents, Megan and Roger
Hayward, now live in Southland but
Roger was born and educated in
He is the youngest son of the late
Kath and Lyn Hayward. Lyn was a
Balclutha chartered accountant for
over 40 years and the town mayor
1974-80. Now into his 92nd year, he
now lives in Christchurch.
A Family Friend
SCORES AND DRAWS
Results from Kaitangata Golf Club
competition played last Saturday.
Second qualifying round grade
Mark Frisby 83-17=66 Jamie Nicol
Draw for first round(Note changes
to draw from previously
Jamie Nicol v Laurie Carson. Tim
Tourell v Jack Kennedy;
Merv Hale v Kevin McCabe. Alan
Penman v Brea Tourell.
Joy Calder 90-11=79
Putting. Annette Daumann
Balclutha Golf Clubs results
from June 15
Final of Mens Fourball;
Layton Moon/Charlie Ollernshaw
beat Kerrin Scott/Nick Nikora;
Flight winners. Rini Niovara-Dave
and Murray Nyhon.
Womens Section (Stablefords);
Kate O'Malley 38,Joan Bisset
37,Dot Watt 36.
Danny Reid 41, Gavin Scott 39,
Bing Crosby 39, Aaron Smith 39,
James Sell 38, Didham Dodds 38,
Lindsay Watt 38, Dave Ward 37,
David Goldingham 37, Kerrin Scott
36, Reg Haar 35;
Sumpter Moore Longest Putt;
Chisolm Park NTP. Richard Pirie.
Balclutha Night/Day Gross. Danny
Reid 70 gross.
Guest Mug Danny Reid.
Kaitangata Pistol Club;
Results from last Sunday's shoot
Bob Hughes 1st,Lindsay Barnett
2nd,Peter Woodrow 3rd.
Section 1: Balclutha A 19 Lawrence
Navy 17; Toko Jnr 1 16 Clinton 1 9;
Rosebank A 15 Kaitangata A 13.
Section 2: Rosebank C 15 Balclutha
B 5; Country Saints Blue 14 Catlins
Gold 8; Valley A 13 Rosebank B 2.
Section 3: Toko Jnr 2 11 Rosebank
D 8; Clinton 2 12 Valley B 3;
Rosebank Yellow 16 Kaitangata B
Section 4: Balclutha White 6
Rosebank Blue 6; Lawrence Red
23 Balclutha C 3; Toko Jnr 3 5 Wai/
Section 5: Country Saints Pink 26
Kaitangata C 0; NWOT Junior 13
Rosebank Green 1; Catlins Blue 7
Lawrence Gold 2.
Section 6: Clinton 3 5 Rosebank
Pink 0; Toko Jnr 4 9 Clutha Valley
C 4; Balclutha Orange 17 Lawrence
A Grade: Hillend 35 CRFC 28;
Redwyns 35 Black Gold 25; School
A 32 School B 14.
Premier 1: Notlim Nets 43
Balclutha Motors 37; Catlins A 31
Kaka Point 24; Toko A 40 School C
Premier 2: EPH 21 School Alpha 17;
Lawrence 32 Rata 17; Telford 18
A Reserve: Johnstone Electrical
34 Rosie Rebels 17; Toko B 32
School Blue 26; Crescent Black 24
A Reserve 1: School Social 1 22
Owaka 18; Hillend Social 36 Toko
White 13; School Social 3 35 School
A Reserve 2: Crescent White 31
School Social 2 20; Lawrence B 17
Sudden Impact 8; School Green 33
Catlins B 13.
B Grade: School Red 41 School
White 5; Catlins Social 25 School
Year 10 Social 15.
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