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FISH SCALES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

FISH SCAL1CS (Bq 'John Dory'-. Torn James, one of the keenest of light line fishermen, put up a record —for the smallest fish— hist. week, when he landed a one-inch rial head oh a 3.0 hook. Some fishing. Tom! * * * ? Bill Lees and Tom Davis hnvc been catching some nice black brrum at the mouth of Spain's Creek dunlin the past two week-ends, not to men tion tne eels oi a very ii\r\\c si/,e ai.su. But with jewiish. Tom and the kel lick rope vary as to the .size; Tom says that it was bigger than Archie Henderson's 84-pounder that the lat ter did not catch last year. * ? * * The jewfish are fairly plentiful in the river just at present. H. Dignnr.t had some friends out one night last week, and came in with two very nice fish of 12 and 71b. Bob caught a few bream the same night, but* Charlie went to Grant's and stayed there till 12.30, and all he caught was a very bad cold. H. Laughton caught two good jewfish and a nice run of black bream on the same night. * * ? # To all intending jewfi...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND At All Saints' Church of England, on Sunday night last, the rector. Rev. j Alan Begbie, took for his subject. 'Saul or Saul?' preaching from the texts 'I have played the fool and erred exceedingly' - I Sam 2G:21) and 'I have fought a good fight . . . henceforth for me a crown.' (2 Tim. nit ana »». niese iuxls, nu 5uju, uik the epitaphs of two men. both called of God at a time of great crisis, both called as young men, both called to be leaders, both anointed by God at the outset of their career, but what a difference. Saul the son of Kish says. 'Looking back upon my life, David, I have played the fool and erred exceedingly,' while Saul of Tar sus savs, 'Looking back upon my lire, Timothy, by God's infinite grace I have fought a good fight, henceforth lor me a crown.' Saul or Saul? The contrast of a Wasted Life, and a Surrendered Heart, the former leav ing nothing at its close to look back upon, the latter being a life not only of surrender but real Chr...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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HUSKISSON—COLLEGE ROAD CENSUS OF TRAFFIC [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

HUSKISSON-COLLEGE ROAD CENSUS OF TRAFFIC At the Clyde Shire Council meeting, on Friday, the Engineer (Mr. J. S. Gowans) submitted a report that gave some almost incredible, figures as to the motor traffic over tlie Huskisson Jervis Bay road. His report stated: — For Council's information, and to en able a comprehensive scheme to be prepared, a census of the traflic using the Main Road 312 and the Naval College road was taken from Friday, 1st, to Monday, 4th October, inclusive, between the hours of 6.30 am. and 7.30 p.m. The position at which the count was taken was at the cross roads, M.R. 312, M.R. 267, and the Naval College road. For the total of 52 hours, 1745 vehicles passed this point, being an average of 33.5 vehicles per hour. During the peak hour on Friday 25 vehicles per hour was reached; on Saturday, 36 vehicles Ser hour; on Sunday,, 93 vehicles per our; and on Monday, 101 vehicles per hour. Of the total volume of traffic, practically 50 per cent, travel equally to Huskiss...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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NOWRA GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

NOWRA GOLF CLUB A Stapleford par competition will I be played next Saturday, over 18 1 holes. The draw and order of start ing is: J. Eastburn, R. Young; H. Herd, R. Rauch; J. Morris, H. Mc Grath; L. Harrison, L. Seyffer; L. Pears, R. Hopkins; K. Forrester, H. Anderson; L. Gilbert, R. Walker. An 18-hole stroke handicap, with acurei* paiLuei, is wie event xui ouu day. Members drawn to play to gether are: H. Herd, T. Sharp; G. Facer, L. Gilbert; R. Hopkins, L. Saw yers; J. Morris, R. Rauch; K. Forres ter, J. Allen; R. Young, W. Eastburn; L. Harrison, H. McGrath; L. Seyffer, J. Eastburn; L. Pears, G. Jones. L. Pears and R. Young won the Stapleford 4-ball played last Satur day, with 42 points. J. Eastburn and G. Jones were second on the list, 40, and K. Forrester and H. McGrath third, with 37. Sunday's competition was abandon ed on account of a visit from Mitta gong Park Club. ASSOCIATES Last Saturday's competition was won by Miss Carter. | The points score cbmpetition now stands: Miss C...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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JUNIOR RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

JUNIOR RED CROSS The Nowra Circle oj; the. Junior Red Cross will hold an American Tea in the grounds of Mrs,. W, Coulthart's home, 79 Berry-street, on Saturday next, 16th October. There will be games and competit! ons for yoking and old. Fancy good s, sweets, cakes, drinks and dips will - toe sold, and 1 afternoon tea will be served. ^

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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CAMBEWARRA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

CAMBEWARRA (From Our Own Correspondent). The Bomaderry Social Club's fort nightly dance was well attended on Thursday night. * ? ? * The junior farmers are almost ready to hold their concert. They have worked hard, and we trust their, efforts will be successful. * ? * * The Camby cricketers had a day out at Meroo's expense last Saturday. Slrinnuj* 'Man Wilenn anrf T.inricow Goodger defied Meroo bowlers to get them out. A chance or two was missed, but the wet state of the ball was against good bowling and field ing. Rain made play very unpleasant during the afternoon. Jim Forsyth and Ron Wilson made merry at the end of the day, and are still not out. Jim admtis that he can hit harder with the axe than with the bat. He tried hard for sixes, but could not quite get them over the boundary. ? ♦ ♦ * Joe Pestell is offering some en couragement to the Meroo boya, especially for fielding, and it seems that some of the lads are out to win. the trophy, for they tried hard on Saturday, even wit...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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TOMERONG SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

TOMERONG ? r% ? ? (From Our Own Correspondent). , SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC The annual picnic of the Tomerong Union Sunday School was held at the home of Mr. James Watt on Monday, 4th Octobers when the Sunday school children, together with many other children and a crowd of grown-ups, had a most enjoyable time. The children gathered on the grounds at about 10 o'clock, and with such oeautitui weatner, set about at once to enjoy themselves. The usual races were well contest ed, and each child received a prize and a parcel of sweets. There was plenty of fun for all the young in the many games played dur jne: the afternoon, while the older folk enjoyed every minute chatting in the shade of the pine trees. The Cambewarra cricketers, who chanced to be playing on the local oval, joined the picnic party for lunch and afternoon tea, as did also the 'Talatah' concert party, who on the same evening featured so well In 'Rustless Gold'* in the local School of Arts. According to the good old Tomerong ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

I The Store (or Men | | STEWART'S I SUMMER SEASON'S OUTER & UNDERWEAR 1 I NOW ON DISPLAY I \ The very Smartest in Shirts, Ties, Socks, Hats, and Footwear. % % An fine range of Summer Weight Pyjamas in the Latest Designs. \ % Swimming Costumes and Trunks in all needed cuts and colors. % 1 Ready Tailored Suits and Sports Coats in the Smartest Styles i- -& procurable. And . x I Tailored Suits to Measure I -| We specialise in this Department, and our Suits are famed ? f throughout the District for Cut, Fitting Finish, and—an important J- I item— Extremely Moderate Price. Join the ever swelling ranks of % I 'STEWART' Suit-Wearers j f Once a member, always a member. & Z Patterns of material on application. A tremendous range to ? |- choose from. f I Make our Store Your Store, and so be sure of Comfort and Satis- t | faction. I STEWART'S I Nowra's Outstanding Clothing and f I Mercery House 1 SoiimiiiimniiiiiiNiiioiiiiipiniiiiiiiiiiiianimiiim I I j Here's a Special |...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

I Roxy Theatre I | To-night, Wednesday & Thursday | I October 13, 14 I I PAUL MUNI, LOUISE RAINER IN I I 'GOOD EARTH' I ^ Supporting Attraction. X $ THE JONES FAMILY IN | I 'HOT WATER' | | Friday and Saturday October 15, 16 | 1 Three Brilliant Stars together in a Blaze of Light Comedy. | f JOAN CRAWFORD, WILLIAM POWELL, AND ROBERT % I MONTGOMERY IN I I 'THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY' | % With Frank Morgan, Jessie Ralph. -| |- Associate Attraction. % | WARNER BAXTER, WALLACE BEERY, ELIZABETH | I ALLEN, MICKEY ROONEY, & JANE DARWELL IN | I 'SLAVE SHIP' I S Supporting Featurettes: A Fitzpatrick Travel Talk in Color, & | 'FLORAL JAPAN' J i . At the Mat. SAT., also FRI. NIGHT at 8 p.m., CHAPTER 4 | % of the Serial, 'THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRI- | f WELL.' I I Monday Only, October 18 1 § EDWARD EVERETT HORTON, LYNNE OVERMAN IN I I 'WILD MONEY' 1 ^ Additional Attraction. % J- CHARLES QUIGLEY, DOROTHY WILSON, EDDIE | t NUGENT, PATRICIA FARR IN f I * 'SPEED TO SPARE' 1 I...

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"EVERYLADY'S JOURNAL" [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

'EVERYLADY'S JOURNAL' 'If you have a pretty floral frock, make it look startling and new by wearing a black redingote over it. Take last year's frock, if it is still wearable, and wear over it one of the new edge to edge coats. Twist a gay sash — cerise or bright green — around the waist of a short, swinging black chiffon frock or go startlingly demure with a tiny white starched Peter Pan collar and cuffs.' This paragraph is taken from an article in October 'Every lady's Jour nal.' There are, as well, stories ana articles, just teeming with interest. The photogravure section of eight pages shows the world's news of fashion, stage and talkie, and topical news in pictures. A free picture in two colors of Robert Taylor — the film star who so stirred the women of England ana elsewhere — is given away inside the October 'Everylady's Journal.' You may also obtain four patterns by fill ing in the coupon and sending stamps for postage. 'Everylady's Journal' is on sale at all newsagents for ...

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MORE ABOUT THE SHOWGROUND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

MORE ABOUT THE SHOWGROUND A meeting of the Advisory Commit tee (consisting of representatives or the Agricultural Society, the old Trust, the Council, and the sporting bodies concerned) was held on Mon day night, to consider the location ot the buildings under the reconstruc tion scheme. The Agricultural com mittee had met on the ground on Saturday morning, and liaa come io a decision, in the face of which Messrs. Calcraft and Jas. Lumsdcn (the A. and H. representatives) could not agree to the recommendations ihc Advisory Committee agreed to make to the Council. At the conclusion of the conference, the Council considered the recom mendations, which were as follows:— (1) That the Council purchase God riard's land (in Worri gee-street), at £350, immediately. This was avrccd to. on motion by Aid. Watts and Hew lett. -2) That the luncheon hall be re moved, and the erection of a new hall be considered on a spot west of the present location, and across the old trotting track.— Agreed to, ...

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PEOPLE SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

PEOPLE SAY That there are some wonderful fish in the Shoalhaven River. That while they have not been seen It is known that they are there be- ! cause they have all escaped after be- - ing well hooked. That as usual there were some ' startling reversals of form at the Randwick spring meeting, i That Talking, after running like a ' hairy goat in the Epsom, won by Gold : Rod, on Saturday, came out for .an i all-thc-way win in the Craven Plate, i on Wednesday, with Gold Rod un- ; placed. j That the way of the punter is ! strewn with many difficulties, and . that of the bookmaker with many ; taxes. | That big-game fishing is likely to ! develop in 10 an important tourist at- ! traction feature of. the Shoalhaven \ district in the near future. i That many of the State's best- ' known enthusiasts are impressed with the possibilities of the waters con tiguous to Jervis Bay, and have al ready given this locality the 'once- ! over.' : That at least two launches at the old Naval College are be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

LOST, Saturday night, between Scho fleld's slaughteryard and Pyree S. of Arts, PORT, containing Crockery and other articles. Reward on return ing to H. STUCKEY, Nowra. GOVERNMENT NOTICES COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.— DEPT. OF THE INTERIOR.— TEN- DERS, accompanied by the necessary deposits, will be received up to NOON on MONDAY, 18th OCTOBER, 1937, for Repairs and Painting of 16 Cot tages at LATE R.A.N. COLLEGE, JER VTS BAY. Specifications and tender forms are available at the office of the Commonwealth Works Director, Customs House, Sydney, and at Post Office, Nowra, and Officer-in-Charge, JERVIS BAY. Tenders in envelopes endorsed with the name of the work, should be forwarded to the Common wealth Works Director, Customs House, Sydney. No tender necessarily accepted. T. PATERSON, Minister for the Interior. NOWRA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. PRO POSED SPECIAL LOAN OF £3,668. The Nowra Municipal Council pro poses to borrow the sum of £3,688 by way of Special Loan under Section 181 of the Local Go...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

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"AN AMERICAN ANGLER IN AUSTRALIA" [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

'AN AMERICAN ANGLER IN j AUSTRALIA' ? rt ? .. A most interesting contribution from our Jervis Bay correspondent, published in last issue, points a moral as to the probable importance of the big game fishing industry in this dis trict. Through the courtesy of Mr. Bob Esling, hon. secretary of the Nowra-Shoalhaven Amateur Fisher men's Association, we have had the privilege of reading Mr. Zane Grey's book, the title of which is thp aaxnt». as used above. In addition to giving some graphic descriptions of this world-famous fisherman's actual ex ploits, the work teems with the most complimentary references to Austra lia's big-game prospects. These, as indicated by our Jervis Bay corre spondent, are likely to be fully ex ploited by overseas enthusiasts in the near future. It will, therefore, suffice to quote from Mr. Grey's opening chapter, to show what he thinks of the country that he has already made famous by his own deeds with rod and reel: — 'For a good many years I gradual ly yielde...

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HAWAIIAN CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

HAWAIIAN CLUB A flying visit was paid to Nowra last week by Buddy Wikara. the chief organiser of the Hawaiian Club, where radio sessions are a well known fea ture from 2GZ and 2GB. Mr. Wikara has been associated with Hawaiian music in America and Canada, and is well known throughout the Islands. ai present ne is supervising the for mation of country clubs as well as broadcasting and producing stage shows in Sydney, and his only trouble is that there are only seven days in the week, and his car will only do ninety miles per hour. We under stand that a Hawaiian presentation is to be staged in Nowra by the locai members, and local residents may be sure of something spectacular.

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THE AMBULANCE MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

THE AMBULANCE f MONTHLY COMMITTEE MEETING The usual monthly meeting of the committee of the Shoalhaven District- 1 Amfcmlance was held at the station on -Wednesday night last, There were present— Dr. Ryan « president* . Dr. Rodway. Messrs. Patterson. Carter, ! Schuback. Carrall. Wilson. Ginns. Hollins. and the superintendent and ! secretary, Mr. W. Dalton. j ward and outward) was read, mostly of a routine order. A letter from the Mail land district, asking; co-operation in a move to amend the Act to pro vide for triennial — instead of yearly — elections of committee, caused some discussion. Mr. Carrall moved, first of all. to co-operate, holding: that an election every three years was often enough. Mr. Schuback seconded, pro forma. Dr. Ryan was of opinion that, the annual election was more likely to sustain interest, a view that the superintendent endorsed. Mr. Dalton also pointed out the difficulty that might arise in a triennial period by good workers being held out, in which even...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

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KANGAROO VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

KANGAROO VALLEY (From Our Own Correspondent). On Wednesday night a dance and euchre party, in aid of the forthcom ing C. of E. flower show, was held at the School ol Arts, music being- sup plied by Walsh's orchestra. Euchre prizes were won by— Ladies, Mrs. F. Jarrett: gents. Messrs. E. Neville and R. Inmon divided. A concern of considerable import ance to the Valley is the K.V. saw mill, under the ownership of Messrs. Reid and Heme. Large quantities or good timber have been handled by this mill, supplies of cut material gc ing to the coast and tableland dis tricts. This mill has played an im portant part in the growing activity in the building trade of recent years in K.V. district, and it also provides employment for about twelve timber and mill hands. * * * * Kangaroo Valley Tennis Club had a win in the final of the B. grade tennis competition on Saturday, and are now in possession of the cup. * * * * Mi*. Hill is at present in charge of the K.V. Public School, as relieving teache...

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