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THE TIN HARE APPLICATION BEFORE CAMBE-WARRA SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

THE TIN HARE APPLICATION BEFORE CAMBE WARRA SHIRE COUNCIL At the Cambewarra Shire Council 'meeting, on Tuesday, Mr. W. Hartley. President of the Kangaroo Valley sub branch of the R.S. League, attended as a deputation to ask that, in the event of the sub-branch being grant ed a license to conduct mechanical coursing, the Council would grant permission to use an area of land on Mr. McKinnon's property at Cambe warra for the purpose, and to supply information required by the Chief Secretary. Mr. Hartley said he wished to apologise for taking up the time of the Council at their first meeting-, but he was anxious to get a decision as quickly as possible. The K.V. sub branch was a reputable body of men, all returned soldiers. Not one of them had ever been before a Court. The position they were in was the reason for the request. They were isolated, and their only means of raising money was from social functions, which were costly to run and usually ,rseulted in very small profits. A simi l...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

Speedwell is Australia's most populiu* cycle hc«:ini«c it's Australia's greatest cycle value. Everlastingly Guaranteed. Ladies und Gent's Models from £7/19/6 or low deposit and very easy terms. HUflllLD Fi BROmN Speedwell Agent 58 K1NGHORN STREET, NOWRA EXPLORERS OF. AUSTRALIA William Dumpier r.n. -^fi|p5' William dampier, buccan eer, explorer, author and naval officer, was the first English ex plorer to reach Australian shores. In 1688 he visited the north west coast of New Holland, as Austra lia was then known, in the pirate ship, 'Cygnet,' -r.^^^^^ - Returning to England, Dampier published his 'Voyage around the Terreslial Globe.' Under the pat ronage of Charles Montague (afterwards Earl of Halifax) he secured the Admiralty's approval to explore the unknown southern and eastern coasts of New Holland. As a Captain of the Royal Navy lie sailed from England in Janu ary, 1699, in H.M.S. 'Roebuck,' 290 tons, but failed to carry but the object of his voyage. ' He ? landed at Shark Bay,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

; Never neglect Check it at once with Dn 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 regti' 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 or twice ;'. a week to keep the system in a healthy condition. They are purely vegetable, and their action is not accompanied by nauseous or griping sensation, but is mild and gentle. m _ * _) Sik 0 £f ? Jiii w — ^^*'* ' f* mn ^m- _'- ? ~~_iii~' ''''??? ', : * ' ' -' ' »~ V 2 p W 1 The postman brings the far away home V___J F^SfE!^ U A u'itJim easy reach of this pharmacy. V „ ~ l^r/lf JStaWffl! A lcttcr bating your requirements mill receive -&&? jil&Ss^'T, cf^-wl \ immediate attention and the Medicine will \ hK^jT^F ?':» !§L bc despatched by RETURN MAIL. \ ,1 : PC^^j^Tf^ v\ Doctors' Prescriptions ...

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PRESIDENT IN FIRST TERM CR. COX ELECTED BY CAMBE-WARKA SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

PRESIDENT IN FIRST TERM CK. COX ELECTED BY CAMBE WARRA SHIRE \ special meeting of the Cambe- ; wutu Shire Council was held at the SIMit nince, Kangaroo Valley, on Tuesday last, when there were pre- ; soni Cr.s. Vidler (in the chair), J. McMahon, H. O. Cox, J. J. Butler, W. Lum.sdt-n. and Mitch Abernethy. Tim Chairman explained that at the last meeting of the old Council, it w;i-. deckled, on the suggestion of the then President -Cr. John Nelson) to :'nnoint him to the position of Deputy President, as lie was tne omy memoer oi the retiring body certain of re- I olcvtion. With Mr. Nelson out of, ,)Hioi\ it would have meant, had he ! «Cr. Vidler i not been appointed, that , ih'e maintenance men and other cm- ] niovees could not have been paid i until the new Council met. Cr. Vid- ; lor .said that before proceeding with j the business, he would like to take1 the opportunity of congratulating his; old eol'leamie. Cr. McMahon, who, be- | sides himself, was the only member I of ihe old bod...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

Devilish Torture with Rheumatism 'I suffered absolute torture from Rheuma tism, ' writes Mr. J. R. Johnson, Post Office, Euchareena. N.S.W., 'but since your won derful remedy was recommended to me by Mrs. M. J. Whitehead, I can truthfully eay 1 am a new man.' R.U.R. Rheumatic Remedy is sold with genuine money-back guarantee certificate by VALENTINE'S & HEWLETT'S PHARMACY, NOWRA ASK FOR FREE BOOKLET

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

It breathes romance 'You look beautiful.' 'My dear, I MADE myself so with Charmosan face powder. 'I'm in love. My heart is going like mad. I'm excited. Restless. Worried. I feel awful. 'So I used Powder Charmosan. on my skin. I'm lunching with Rupert. Well, how do I look? Tell me.' 'Like a jolly Princess. My dear, calm your heart. Not a sign of the 37. Back to 25. Wonderful.' Charmosan face powder has this rare gift: it imparts Youth to the skin INSTANTLY. And SUCH sweet charm. Don't look old ... that's old fashion ed now. Let Charmosan face powder help you ... it will tell your years 'Be- gene.' Look young even if your're not. Charmosan face powder Stays on for hours and hours. The powder of romance. All shades and suntan. Big double size box 2/6. Sold everywhere. PS. Open pores and blackheads yield to regular massage with Char mosan Cold Cream. Start right away and be made happy. Boudoir jars 2/6. Tubes 1/-. Sold everywhere. Big regatta and woodchops at Greenwell Point on Monday n...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

Why not get married ? My dear Henrietta, Why don't you get married? In that frock you look charming. And Creme Charmosan has given you the PRETTIEST skin ever. 'You're only 33. You look 25— with that lovely complexion. You have dignity, poise, pride. 'Peter is crazy about you. Do you like him?' 'Terribly.' Creme Charmosan has the subtle gift to take out of the skin many sjgns of age that offend. And put back the glamour, the charm, the en chantment of Youth. Greaseless. The Star's powder base. A charm for sun, dust, winds. Every woman has a right to love and happiness. Creme Charmosan will help you in your quest by taking years from your looks and replacing1 them with the sweet enchantment of Youth. Creme Charmosan Adored by women everywhere. Big .iar for your dressing table 2/6. Hand bag tube. 1/-. Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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KIAMA P.P. BOARD [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

KIAMA P.P. BOARD The monthly meeting of the Pas tures Protection Board was held in the Council Chambers, Kiama, on Saturday afternoon, the Chairman -Mr. T. Binks- presiding. There were also present Messrs. Walker, Wilson, Fraser. Watts. Lindsay, Sharpe, Mr. Inspector Phillips, and the secretary. An apology for absence was receiv ed from Mr. Richardson. CORRESPONDENCE The Council of Advice asked what had been done regarding any pro posed improvements to trucking yards in the district.— It was decided that an inspection be made by Mr. Phillips when most convenient, in conjunction with his other duties. From R. B. Lamond, Nowra, notify ing he had done clearing and fencing at Sassafras to combat the rabbit menace. The shire engineer had threatened prosecution if he removed any more rubbish from the side of the road. — The Chairman said he had had 21 years of Shire experience, and he was sure that the matter would be dealt with satisfactorily if proper ajj plicalion were made. The matter...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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AUTHORITY TO PROSECUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

AUTHORITY TO PROSECUTE At the Cambewarra Shire Council meeting, on Tuesday, the Clerk (Mr. R. L. Campbell) said that during the regime of the previous Council he had been given authority to prosecute, by resolution. He desired to know if the present Council wished to withdraw that authority? The President said he thought that , authority should be in the hands of the Council. Even if the Clerk were appointed, the responsibility still rested with the Council. In his opinion the Council should decide when legal action was to be taken, as it was their responsibility. It was no use disguising the fact that in the past there had been a good deal of dissatisfaction amongst the rate payers, and it was his desire to work up a better feeling between the peoole and the Council. He wanted to fos ter a spirit of comradeship without displaying weakness, and did not wish any loophole to be left open whereby pressure might be brought to bear or anv blame could be attached to any one. Cr. Vidler sa...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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SOME "SHORTS" [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

[?] (BY 'FREELANCE'). Most of us go to the pictures. It becomes a habit, and is a cheap way of getting entertainment. Most of the stories in these pictures are so feeble and full of impossibilities that we often wonder how a producer j could bring himself to film such tripe. Then we have what are called 'shorts,' and these often consist of travels or strange happenings that are ' true, and are, indeed, the best part of the programme, for they are educa tional. So this week I am going to write up a few 'shorts.' HOPE 'Now Hope sang an anthem of bold success To our sires in the early days. Who built their homes in the far out back And opened the unknown ways; But their homesteads rot in the after math, Where, worn with the fight and seared, They followed Hope on a barren path To a grave on the land they'd cleared.' Were I to be asked the meaning of Hope, I would say it is a mirage on the plain of life, and, U&e Jonahjs gourd, it springs up in a moment, as sumes gigantic propor...

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BOMADERRY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

BOMADERRY (From Our Own Correspondent). Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink. Aid. Read and Grimes have done their best to get water for the residents above the hotel, but up to date the result is nil. I have heard it said that they prevailed upon Nowra Council to turn the whole of the Cambewarra supply on to the Bomaderry township. This was done on Thursday afternoon, but the result was that only people about 60 yards from the king meter got water. I would suggest to the ,two aldermen that someone with an outsize in thirsts drank the 50 gallons per minute that Mr. Craig states went through the meter. Most of the resi dents had an 'outback' wash for Christmas — that is, a pannikin of water and a tiny sponge. * * * * I noticed Messrs. Knapp and Read erecting a fence in front of the Boma derry hall on Thursday. The heat was terrific, and the latter gentleman said he was worth about 1/11 a week at the job. * * * * Is it true that several water diviners offered their service...

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THE TOURIST MOVEMENT CAMBEWARRA COUNCIL'S APPRECIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

THE TOURIST MOVEMENT CAMBEWARRA COUNCIL'S APPRECIATION At the Cambewarra Shire Council meeting, on Tuesday, a letter was read from the Central South Coast Tourist Bureau, asking Council to sn pqint two delegates to the zone com mittee. Cr. Vidler said the President had the interests of the tourist industry at heart, and from what he knew he was convinced that he would do his best to foster and assist the movement. He (Cr. Vidler) had followed the work of the Bureau closelv, and he was of opinion that Cambewarra Shire had everything to gain by supporting the committee. He honed the movement would, progress and develop, and had much pleasure in nominating the President as one of Council's dele gates. ] Cr. McMahon seconded the motion, , remarking that he was sure the Pre- [ sident would uphold the zone com- i mittee m its efforts to foster the tour- ' 1st trade. | The President said that right from its inception he had been interested in the tourist movement, and had been a member of ...

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GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

GOLF NOTES (Bv 'Niblick'). At this season, when good resolu tions are the order of the day, a few suggestions to golfing readers may be : helpful. Judging by results, some of the resolutions made are not to be classed as good. Like 1jhe curate's esc thev are not entirely bad, just good in parts. To good golfers, who nnnsistpntiv consider the comfort and convenience of others, the preaching of this sermon is unnecessary. The j ten points of etiquette suggested by : the supreme authority are the foun dation on which may be built a fine structure of considerate conduct. Aflpr all, this consideration for others is the first attribute of any genuine ; gentleman. So let's resolve to make everyone happy by exercising that ? consideration at all times. Going into some detail, the most common mis take made by the average player is in connection with a lost ball. Following players should be called through and allowed to get out of range before : uay is resumed. How often have we been called t...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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The Garden [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

Garden Ja ] (By Our Special Gardening Expert), j When the South African daisy (Gerbera Jamiesonii) was first intro duced to Australia, the flowers were of an insignificant size, and the color an ugly brick red; but from this poor beginning has been built up a strain of hybrids containing almost every color imaginable. And although at one time gerberas could only be suc , cessfully grown in the warmer parti of Australia, there is now at least one first-class strain that can be grown even in the coldest climates. This strain of gei'beras, named Backhousii Hybrids, has been evolved after many years of crossing and re-selection, and some of the flowers 'which were shown to me recently measured 5£ inches in ] diameter, and were borne on long stems almost like fencing wire, and well over 2 feet in length. Although the flowers were so large, they were extremely graceful and dainty, whilst the colors were also most pleasing. Once this strain of gerberas is pro duced in sufficient quantities...

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CAMBEWARRA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

CAMBEWARRA (From Our Own Correspondent). Instead of holding their annual picnic, the teachers of the Sunday school decided this year to have an evening to distribute the prizes, and to have a Christmas tree. The move proved a huge success, and although the evening turned out wet, yet a large number attended. A^hort musi cal programme was carried out, and the items were well received, those contributing being— Miss Walker, piano; Misses Connor, duet; Miss Thelma Connor, mouth organ solo; little Miss Peggy Evison and Molly Soper, recitations. The Rev. Mr. Reeve presented the prizes. After- the pre sentation of the prizes, Father Christ mas appeared amidst great excite ment, and the tree was soon left bare of all the good things Father Christ mas brought for the children of Cam bewarra. The teachers, Misses Binks and Faulks, are to be congratulated on the success of the evening, and I have no doubt this--' manner of pre senting prizes and entertaining the Sunday school children will be...

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MONDAY'S REGATTA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

MONDAY'S REGATTA « ? ! The following handicaps have been allotted for the regatta at Greenwell Point on Monday next: — SINGLE SCULLS 3. Erickson ? Scratch T. Peel ? 2 sec. M. Regan ? 5 sec. J. Williams ? 6 sec. . F. Ryan .' ? 8 sec. G. Campbell ? 10 sec. L. Pender ? 14 sec. E. Ryan ? 15 sec.« H. McGuire ? 18 sec. O. Bennett ? 20 sec. DOUBLE SCULLS F. Ryan & J. Williams ? scratch M. Regan, J. Lonesborough Scratch G. Campbell, C. Peniston .... 5 sec. J. and S. Wright ? 8 sec. E. Ryan, W. Aldous ? 12 sec. I O. Bennett, P. Aldous ? 15 sec. J. Longbottom and L. Silva, to be handicapped. OUTRIGGER RACE, about 2 mile. J. Erickson ? Scratch T. Peel ? 10 sec. F. Ryan ? 12 sec. J. Williams ? , ? 19 sec. G. Campbell .... .'. ? 25 sec. OUTKIGGER RACE, i mile. J. Erickson ? Scratch T. Peel ? 8 sec. F. Ryan ? 10 sec. J. Williams ? 17 sec. C. Peniston ? v- . G. Campbell ? ;???? . BOYS' RACE W. Witheridge ? £ i-\U:\i E. Regan ? s , ct. A. McGuire ? ];? ??/ . H. Wright, to be handicap; »tri....

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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SHOW DATES, 1938 [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

SHOW DATES, 1938 Dapto: January 14 and 15. Albion Park: January 21 and 22. Kiama: January 28 and 29. Berry: February 4 and 5. Shoalhaven: Feb. 10, 11, and 12. Milton: February 18 and 19. Kangaroo Valley: Feb. 18 and 19. Wollongong: Feb. 24, 25, and 26. Robertson: February 25 and 26. Berrima District: March 3. 4, and 5. Bowral: March 11 and 12. Picton: March 18 and 19. Bundanoon: March 19. Campbelltown: March 25 and 26. Camden: March 31, April 1 and 2. Groat preparations are being made for the official opening of the new Bomaderry Hall, which will take place en Tuesday night next, January 4th, 1938. The function will take the form of a big carnival dance.

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THE CHURCHES METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

THE CHURCHES METHODIST Preaching at the Methodist Church on Sunday evening, the Rev. A. T. Newton took his texts from John 1:14, 'And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us (and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begot ten of the Father), full of grace and truth.' And also from 2nd Cor. 3:18, 'But we all, with unveiled face re flecting as a mirror the glory of the Lord, are transformed into the same image from glory to glory, even as from the Lord the Spirit.' He said that in that Word which was made flesh: in the Babe of Bethlehem, was found the meeting place of God and man. Until men beheld His glory, and until their hearts were touched by His love, they would miss the great significance of His birth. At this sea son of the year, having celebrated an other Christmas Day, and having reached the last Sunday of 1937, we should ask, what use am I making of the years that are slipping by? And what are the years doing for me, for my character, for my soul? Are they bring...

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THIRTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

THIRTY YEARS AGO (Rewritten from 'Shoalhaven Tele graph,' December 25th, 1907). Mr. Alex Hunt, for many years in the employ of Messrs. Woorihill and Co.. is leaving Nowra immediately to take up a position of trust secured. by him in a business in Southern Queens land. Alex is the type of young man who should succeed wherever he goes, and his many friends in Shoalhaven will be glad to hear of his future prosperity. * A * * Mr.. A. W. Fleming left Nowra on Friday to take uo duty as manager of the E. S. and A. Bank at Mullum bimby. Before his departure he was presented with souvenirs from the Methodist Church choir and the Shoalhaven Choral Society, with both of which bodies he had been actively identified. * * * * The Rev. John Muir, who recently received a 'call' from the Presby terian Church of Shoalhaven, was in ducted into the charge on Wednesday afternoon last.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

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