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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

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Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

GOUF NOTES (By 'Niblick'). Ray Rauch had a runaway win in the monthly medal on Saturday, with a net 66. This card was three strokes better than that of the runner-up. . Lionel Seyffer. H. Anderson was next on the list with a net 70. „ *???♦# On Sunday Harry McGrath won the Stapleford par competition, on the count back, from J. Eastburn. Encii scored 31 points. L. Harrison filled third place with 30 points. ♦ ? ? * Next Saturday there will be & Stapleford 4-ball comoetition. Part ners are drawn as follows: K. For rester ana xi. ivicvjrriiui. «?? rtaucii unu H. Young; H. Herd and H. Anderson: J. Eastburn and L. Gilbert: L. Seyffer and R. Hopkins; J. Morris and L, Pears; L. Harrison and W. Eastburn. * * * * The draw for the distance handi cap, to be played next Sunday, is: H. McGrath. J. Eastburn: T. Longmuir, L. Sawyers; T. Sharp. K. Forrester; G. Facer. J. Allen; R. Rauch. L. Pears; L. Harrison, L. Gilbert: W. Watson, H. Herd: W. Eastburn, R. Hopkins; L. Seyffer, Dr. Thompson...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

OBITUARY All who knew the genial and like able 'Jim' Young will be sorry to hear of his death, which took place at Berry on Wednesday afternoon last. He was a well-known and high ly esteemed figure in Nowra, where he had resided for many years, since leaving Bern, Some time ago, Mr. Young und*went a rather serious operation, and though he made light oi the iact, he never thoroughly re covered from its effects. He was largely interested in the timber in dustry, working both from the Nowra and Berry ends of the district in a rather big way. He was a native oC Gerringong, and was 76 years of age at the time of his death. A man of the highest integrity, his word was ever his bond, and his passing will be noted with deep regret by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.

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MR. HENRY RAUCH VETERAN PRESSMAN RETIRES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

MR. HENRY RAUCH VETERAN PRESSMAN RETIRES Mr. H. Rauch, who has controlled the destinies of the 'Shoalhaven Telegraph' for the past 37 years, anc the 'Shoalhaven News' for 24 years, retired from active newspaper wor*c with last Wednesday's issue, probably with a record that has not been equalled by any other journalist in New South Wales. Starting at the 'Illawarra Mercury' at an age when many lads were still at school, he con tinued in harness for a term of 65 years. During that long period, apart 'from his newspaper work, he took a prominent part m ail puonc an airs that had for their object the progress and advancement of the particular area in which he lived, and Wollon gong, Milton, and Nowra may all claim considerable benefit from his activities in their midst. On his re tirement, a short biographical sketch way be of interest to readers. He was born at, Wollongong on the 26th January, 1859, and commenced his education at the national school there, continuing ik— on the establi...

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TENNIS RESULTS OF SATURDAY'S PLAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

TENNIS RESULTS OF SATURDAY'S PLAY , 'A' M.S.C.: D. Towe beat N. Watt, 7-5, 6-2; G. E. Mclntyre beat J, Wat son. 6-1, 6-1. 'A' M.S.C.: J, Watson and S. Towe beat D. Towe and P. Brown. 6-3, 9-7. 'A' L.D.C.: Mesdames Caddcll and Neal beat Mrs. Jamieson and D. Jar rett. G-3, 6-4. 'A' Reserve. — M.S.C., D. Phipps boat S. Chamberlain, 6-0, 6-3. L.D.C., Mrs. Smith and Miss Rennell beat Mesdames Anderson and Ryan, 6-3, 6-3, 'B' Grade.— M.S.C., H. Bate beat B. Egan, 6-1. 6-2; M. McKinnon beat C. Bindon, 6-1. 6-8. 6-2. L.D.C., Mrs. Coulson and M. McGill beat Mrs. Waplcs and M. Hogan, 6-2, 6-2; Miss L. and A. Booth beat Mrs. Coulson and M. McGill, 7-5, 6-4. M.D.C., C. Bryce and C. McGuire beat T. and L. Walker, 4-6, 0-4, 6-4. 'C' Grade.— L.S.C., Mrs. Lumsden beat D. Stewart, 6-1, 7-5. M.S.C., N. Stringer beat H. Munro, 6-3, 6-3. L.D.C., Mrs. Lumsden and Mrs. Peel beat A. Chidley and M. Isaac, 9-7, 7-5; V. McGuire and T. Gould beat P. Anderson and D. Stewart, 6-0, 6-2. M.D.C., E. Cochrane and D...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

Never neglect Check it at once with Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills As a remedy for constipation, Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are in a class alone. They give you clean bowels which act regu* larly, a healthy stomach, a lively liver and thus , tone up the: system. They are a safe and reliable remedy, and will prevent many of the complaints so- common if taken once pr twice a week to keep the system in a healthy condition. They are purely vegetable, and their action is not accompanied lijr nauseous or griping sensation, but is mild ancf gentle. ,m A ?

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs. Bert Woodhill enter tained about 40 guests at their home in Berry-street on Thursady night last, the occasion being a double cele bration — the anniversary of their marriage, and also of Mr. Woodhill's birthday. The lounge room was pleasingly decorated with sweet peas and Iceland poppies, with Chinese lanterns adding a charming effect. Mrs. Rodway presented Mrs. Woodhill with n hpautifnllv arranged basket of choice flowers. During the evening Mr. Leo Lynch proposed the health of Mr. and Mrs. Woohill— coupled with the name of Mr. George Woodhill— in happy terms, and Mr. Bert Wood hill responded in similar strain. Amongst the guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart, who, the same day. were celebrating the anniversary of their wedding day. * ? ? * The members of the C.W.A. Social Club met at the C.W.A. Rooms on Fri day of last week for their usual fort nightly re-union, when Mrs. M. D. Murphy took the prize-winning honors. Mrs. pert Woodhill wrested the lead from Mrs....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

She stared and stared. ?? 'I'm going to b& personal.' 'Are you? Go ahead.' 'You're nearly 40 but you look 30. Why?' 'That's easy. I'm using Charmosan face powder nowadays.'. 'Good Heavens; It's1 uncanny. You look another woman. It's me, too, for Charmosan from how on.' Deftly, with Charmosan face pow der, you bring- youth and charm to your skin, no matter what your age. Isn't that great? ' It stays on for hours, too . . . what a blessing. Fragranced with the cost liest perfume of France, Charmosan face powder from Paris Immense sale. All shades and sun tan. Big box 2/6. Everywhere. P.S. Charmosan Cold Cream is heaps better than soap and water for that nightly face cleansing. Just try it and see. Boudoir jars 2/6. Tubes 1/-. Everywhere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

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WONDERFUL CRICKET RECORD GRAND PERFORMANCE HY OLD-TIME BOWLER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

WONDERFUL CRICKET RECORD GRAND PERFORMANCE BY OLD TIME BOWLER Glancing through an old file of the UHaduJSa and Milton 'Times.' we noted in the issue of November 13th 1897, that 'an eleven from the Milton Waratahs went to Nowra on Tuesday -Prince of Wales Birthday* to play the Perseverence Club. The Waratahs cut up badly, and made a miserable show, suffering a one-innings defeat. The Waratahs brought home a fine clutch of 'duck-eggs' from Nowra. Eight 0's in the first innings, and four in the second. W. Jones, of Nowra, took six of the Waratah wickets in six successive balls — a double hat trick, which showed how the 'dry rot' had taken possession of the Milton men. Jones took 10 wickets with 13 balls for no runs — an extraordinary per formance.' The scores were — Perse- verance, 119 (Rev. J. Norris 37, G. Thornton, sen,. 19, B. Brown 30, W. Jones 8. W. Taylor 8, sundries 15); Milton Waratahs, first innings, 13 (A. Foster 8. W. Mitchell 1, A. Ahrens 1. W. Garrad 1, sundries 2); secon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

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KANGAROO VALLEY VALUATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

KANGAROO YALLEY, VALUATIONS There is a good deal of dissatisfac tion at Kangaroo Valley over the valuations in some of the more remote quarters of the Shire, and as a result ! a number of appeals against the as sessments were heard by Mr. A. G. Hardwiek, at the local Court House, on Tuesday last. The public accom modation in the building was taxed to iUs utmost capacity during the hearings, evidencing the interest or ratepayers generally. With one ex ception, the values of the Council were upheld, in this case a small re duction being secured. Mr. Harold Manion appeared for the Cambewarra Shire Council, and Mr. Martyn Oliver (of Messrs. Marriott and Oliver) for the appellants. T. T. R. Biddulph appealed against his assessment of £1600 on 1080 acres, portion 119 in the parish of Illaroo. Ulric K. Walsh, auctioneer, land and estate agent, and valuator, of Nowra, deposed: He had made an inspection of the property in question and for valuation purposes had divided it into different area...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

pp»* — ? tmrn i [for mmmjmi |^~ DRENCH. J Tlae Drench that Keeps Cows Fit! SYKES'S DRENCH, perfected { after years of scientific study, is made from the purest in gredients. When given to every « cow after calving, prevents BAD CLEANSING, MILK FEVER, and other ailments which are a source of trouble to the. fanner. Follow the example of Success ful Breeders, ; DRENCH YOUR ENTIRE. HERD THIS SEASON. 1/6 packet 17/- dozen, BETTER BUY THE DOZEN. SYKES'S REMEDIES ISOLD BV All Storekeeper* and Clicmiitta. '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

Now that the obsequies in connec tion with the passing of the Nowra School of Arts as a self-supporting institution have been finally attended to, and the building and its assets have been acquired by the Council, it is the obvious duty of the civic fathers to carry out the 'obligations that, under different circumstances, would have devolved upon the committee. The merits of the action of the latter body, in deciding that it was no longer possible to function as a School of Arts, under the control of the nembers, is one that will always be ?ebatable, and on which there will ever be a diversity of opinion. Be that as it may, the fact remains that that was the unanimous opinion of the committee endorsed by the equally unanimous decision of those mem bers who evinced sufficient interest to attend what might be termed the Mineral of what was once one of the -«t institutions of the town. The w. v'-«? been given — and give in -'cely leaves roorr ? dou ?; ?? +.he duty of -.'y.u. x 'For ye...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

* - --,-?- 4* « - & §THE MUTUAL LIFE & €mZENS| , \\ ASSURANCE CO., LTD. I \- (Assets Exceed £25,000,000). I % ^ Nowra Representative: f I Merv. S. Raekiit | %? '' 'Phone 261. ¥ -| Ordinary, -| % Probate, X & Endowment, X X Business Partnership, T ¥ Industrial, j| |- Accident Insurances Effected.^ f 15 WEST STREET, NOWR& I s+zm&om:*?* -? ?? ? +.-* -? ??*'?*.*??* '* *? '*:?* *#?**: #.;*r*.Mr*#. *'♦ S * S g SHIP YODR GOODS Blr $♦ Pi steamer K I ILLAWARRA CO.'S STEAMERS g S g IS LEAVE SYDNEY FOR NOWRA ^ ? ? j& r I EVERY THURSDAY S ' -*, ;* *.| Further particulars from Local g &' Agent, R. Elyard, 'Phone 5, or 5* ?? ?* ij THE S 1 ILLAWARRA & SOUTH COAST | I STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD. 1 si ? ?I HEAD OFFICE: * g H 57 PAY ST., SYDNEY p f| Postal Address: Box 81 CC, G.P.O. sj ; pi Telephone: M4041 (3 Lines). j» 1 ALL CLASSES OF | t| INSURANCE TRANSACTED | If Consult K I FRANK WILSON | l|cA). ASKCROFT'S NEWSAGENCY g .'?; ft ? now...

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INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. TO BUILD FARM MACHINERY FACTORY AT GEELONG 45-ACRE SITE ON CORIO BAY PURCHASED [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

INTERNATiONAL HARVESTER CO, TO BCJM- FARM MACHINERY ] FACTORY AT GEELONG - 45-ACRK SITE ON CORIO BAY I PURCHASED The International Harvester Co. of Australia Pty., Ltd., has purchased art arcn. of more than 45 acres of land at Gcelonp, Victoria, from the Gee long Harbor Trust at Crown land auc tion. The land is adjacent to the main Melbourne-GcHnnp road and railway, and faces Corio Bay, so that there is access to transportation by road, rail, and water. The rall\va- line touches the corner of the pro perly at the North Shore railway station, and a wharf will adjoin the property to provide for overseas and interstate ships. This is undoubtedly one of the finest and ' ' manufacturing sites in Following the purchu Mr. G. L. McHcnry. mm of the International H pany of Australia Pty.. undermentioned sttiteir 'Owing to the inci( for McCormick-DeerliiR cry, it has been dec id a factory which will be land just purchased, commenced immediate pletion of the necess: specifications for the as so...

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THIRTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

THIRTY YEARS AGO (Rewritten from the 'Shoalhaven Telegraph,' October 2nd, 1907). Mr. T. M. Gibson left Bomaderry last week to take up his new duties as manager of the Cessnock Cooper ative Dairy Company. He was the re cipient of presentations from the staff of the Shoalhaven Co-operative Bacon Company, and the members of the Bomaderry Tennis Club. ?fe A A * 'May we smoke, Mr. Mayor?' asked Aid. Brodie, after the Nowra Council had been sitting for about two hours on Monday afternoon. 'I'm dying for a smoke,' said Aid. Hyam. 'We'll carry that unanimously,' said Aid. Peak; and the Mayor (Aid. Graham) acquiescing, pipes were lighted, and the business proceeded under the soothing influence of the weed. * * * « Mr. J. Green, after a very lengthy residence in this district, intends shortly to remove to Sydney. * ? * * Mr. J. O. Apperley has purchased the speedy racing pony Vanora. * ♦ * * It is reported that another large block of the Numba Estate has been sold, In this instance to Mr. G. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

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THE GARDEN PETUNIAS AND VISCARIA MAKE SUMMER SHOW SUCCESS WITH PARSNIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

THE GARDEN (By Our Special Gardening Expert). PETUNIAS AND VISCARIA MAKE SUMMER SHOW '?* SUCCESS WITH PARSNIPS One of the most colorful of all plants thai bloom from late spring until the cold days of winter put an end to the display is the petunia. Seed — especially the best strains should be sown in seed pans or boxes, and it is advisable to cover these with glass until the small plants appear, when it should immediately be u.kcu off. In order to make the seeds germin ate, I always place a sheet of news paper over tne glass, ana i nave found it far preferable to the clear glass, as it breaks the heat and gives a nice, even, subdued light, which as sists the germination of the seed. When filling the pans or boxes, put a layer of drainage at least an inch deep, so that the water will drain away easily. The soil should be com posed of light loam, some sharp clean sand, and a little well-rotted cow manure or peat moss. Firm this well down to secure an even surface. Then mix the seed w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

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