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

SUPERIOR STRAINS OF ICELAND POPPIES SHEPHERD'S SPECIAL GIANT ORANGE: An outstanding variety with large orange flowers and extra long stems.* The best poppy in culti vation. 1/6 per packet, post freel I SPECIAL. LARGE. FLOWERED STRAIN: A splendid mixture, includ- i ing yellow, white, orange, lemon, and : rose tints. Recommended. 1/- per i packet, post free. ' SUNBEAM IMPROVED MIXED: | Ideal mixture for bedding and cut flowers. 6d per packet, post free. I 1 The set of 3 packets for 2/6, post free. P. L C SHEPHERD & SON, LTD. Postal Address: Box 3608 S, G.P.O., SYDNEY i BRIGHTEN UP KOWR HOME kJslll|ltt|^S HOUR UNDER 'f%ffiP^3| flfl iflBBfcfelBBLjL CONDITIONS'^ ^ij^^ip^^^Ti^^7^ i ' i * t ??» r i - ? H KINGHO11N STREET | A. L. McJvinnon nowra | I i^rot jesotxo»?; | § ? ~ ''^^ — === — == s 5s It Pays to Protect Your Property. Paint is the Best Protection. $ I Employ a Practical Painter | § ASK RAIXFORD FOR ADVICE— ITS FREE ? £ I J. E. Rainfbrd - SIGNPAINTER 1 S PAPERHANGER and HOM...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FISH SCALES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

FISH SCALES (By 'John Dory'). That old combination, Bob and Joe, ?were at it again the week-end before last, despite an offer of a trip to Currarong, but they landed some very fine bream and two nice school jew fish. It is to be hoped that now the Christmas rush is over we will see more of these two fishermen on the river. The groper that the lawyer was sup posed to catch recently at Wreck Bay turned out to be a kingfish, weighing 251b. It proved to be too much for this keen angler to manage, and so, like a prominent angler and boot man, he turned it over to a dusky companion in the boat to land. * * * * Percy Wood and his companions the same week-end and at the same place did not have much luck, their catch being mainly a great deal of rubbish. * * * * There is no secrecy about the catch of Archie Henderson and his fishing friends at Currarong recently. They caught 25 schnapper, the smallest of which was 41b and the largest just 121b. In all they landed 65 fish, and I am given, to ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

Nowra Motors Pty., Ltd., last week completed the installation of two new electrically controlled bowsers, which, besides indicating the quantity, of petrol taken out, also shows the value of same. These bowsers pump at the rate of 10 gallons per minute, thereby assuring to customers a mini mum of delay. The tourist and development direc tor, Mr. D. W. Harrison, has received a letter from the Hon. J. A. Perkins, M.H.R., stating that, following his personal representations on behalf of the Bureau in favor of the provision of public telephone facilities at Jerry Bailey, approval has been given by the P.M.G.'s Department for the pro vision of the 'phone at the non-official post office at Jerry Bailey. The letter added that the work had been put in' hand, and would be compelted as early as practicable.

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COUNCIL AND RATEPAYERS PRESIDENT COX'S IDEAL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

COUNCIL AND RATEPAYERS PRESIDENT COX'S IDEAL At the Cambewarra Shire Council I meeting, on Tuesday, the President , -Cr H O. Cox), during a discussion ! on the methods of the future, said he j would like to state definitely that he i considered it the duty of the new Council to try and work in harmony with, and to give due consideration to, the people of the Shire. It was no use of the councillors saying that they did not care what the people thought. As their representatives . thev had to care, in order to achieve | the desired results. They must give the staff the best treatment possible, in order to secure the greatest mea sure of efficiency. On the other hand, (hey must avoid any laxity, which would eventually fall back on the Council. He had no wish to be ex treme in any way, but he recognised that it was necessary to create a closer and better feeling between the people and the Council. It was his earnest desire to bring all sections into closer harmony, and if he had not thou...

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

KSSSSSiSSSSSSSSSSSiSiSSSSSiSiSSSSSSSSSSSS&iSSSSSSSiSSfa 1 THE SHOALHAVEN NEWS I li . sf §«; Wishes §§ gj All Its Readers S p A HAPPY NEW YEAR 1 JG.P.Walker&Son| I DRAINERS & PLUMBERS I I 29 KINGHORN ST., NOYVRA | % 'Phone 285. % % Estimates Given for Sewerage & X Connections. z ALL CAMPERS' SUPPLIES ? -AT ? FRANK ALLEN'S HUSKISSON OYSTER SUPPERS A SPECIALITY I ALL CLASSES OF 1 I INSURANCE TRANSACTED | H Consult p I FRANK WILSON g |c/O. ASHCROFT'S NEWSAGENCY| I NOWRA I BERMALiNE BREAD Pure Appetising Easy to Digest Delicious ' The Richest Parts of the Wheat for Energy. The finest Extract of Malt for Digestibility and Extra Noimshment. Obtainable only from West's Nowra Bakery BERRY STREET Phone 98. I STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT 1 1 | White Lead Dropped | | £3 1Os, - - Per Tow 1 1 - Ckll at- I I Jim Hughes I | LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR FOR | I B-A-L-M Paints and DuLux | I 24 KINGHORN STREET, NOWRA. THONE 42. | (STEWART'SI | Offer You A Superb Selection of I | Ready -...

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WILD AUSTRALIA TO-NIGHT'S PERFORMANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

WILD AUSTRALIA TO-NIGHT'S PERFORMANCE Thorpe McConville may always be relied upon to present an entertain ment well worth seeing, and his 'Wild Australia' rodeo and circus perform ance to-night, in Henry's paddock, Osborne-street, is one that should not be missed by all lovers of good horse manship. 'Wild Australia' is a good clean show that women and children can enjoy equally as much as men. The horses, which travel by huge motor transports for the first time in Australia, are in the pink of condi tion, and resemble racehorses more man oucigumpers. The two most celebrated outlaws in Australia, 'Rocky Ned' and 'Swan- nee,' will be seen in action, and £10 will be paid any rider who can sit either for half a minute. Mr. McConville will back 'Rocky Ned' for £10u to throw any rider from a hunting saddle in less than 30 seconds. Local riders will compete for cash prizes on the bucking bullocks, donkeys, and mules. Considerable excitement amongst the audience is always caused at the anti...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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MR. AND MRS. PRIDDLE FAREWELLED [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

MR. AND MRS. PR1DDLE FAREWELLED The Priddle home at Beaumont was a popular rendezvous on Friday night last, when a great gathering of old friends assembled to say good-bye to Mr. and Mrs. Priddle, on the eve of their departure for Berry, where they will in future live in retirement. Dancing was the principal pastime lor the young, while the older genera tion indulged in many reminiscences of early history. Mr. A. Parks took the chair after an excellent supper had been provided by the ladies, and after a complimentary speech. Mr. L. McLean presented Mr. and Mrs. Priddle with a silver tea service, on behalf of their personal friends and the residents generally. Other speakers were Cr. H. O. Cox, W. Hartley. Bert Brocks, and C. E. Chapman. Apolo gies were to hand from Crs. McMahon and W. Lumsden. Mr. Priddle suitably responded. Mr. E. Davies provided the music for the dance.

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

BOMADERRY HALL GOMMITEE I PURCHASES I Gulbransen I Baby Grand Piano j I Grand Opening Dance | I January 4th - - 1938 | 1 THE GULBRANSEN BABY GRAND PIANO OF MODER- I I ATE SIZE AND PRICE HAS BEEN ACCLAIMED BY I I MASTER MUSICIANS AS SUPREME IN THE WORLD OF I I HIGH-CLASS MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ITS FULL RICH | I TONE, EVEN TOUCH, AND RESPONSIVENESS, COM- | I BINED WITH ITS BEAUTY OF DESIGN WILL ADD I I DIGNITY, REFINEMENT AND CHARM TO THE HOME, 1 I ITS VERY PRESENCE BEING A TESTIMONY OF | I MUSICAL AND ARTISTIC DISCRIMINATION. ' | I THIS 4FT. 3IN. BABY GRAND, BEAUTIFULLY FINISHED | I IN ROSEWOOD. WILL PUT THE 'FINISHING TOUCH' | I TO THE BEAUTY OF YOUR HOME. I EGAN'S Sports & Radioj I Berry Street, Nowra I | SEYFFER'S I |f CHOKE XMAS PRESENTS § | WRISTLET WATCHES § | DIAMOND RINGS | . | BRUSH & COMB SETS | I MANICURE SETS i' I CUT GLASS § I PEN & PENCIL SETS f| p CALL IN AND INSPECT 1 I L. E. SEYFFER, § I JEWELLER, JUNCTION ST., 1 | NOWRA i SSSS^SSSSSS^S£SSSS3SS^...

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

I THIS WEEK'S RECIPE I I PINEAPPLE PUDDING I % (By Mrs. P. S. West). % f- Grate one pineapple, put in % -*? saucepan, add 1 cup of sugar, 1 4- ¥ dessertspoon butter, 1 tablespoon f % cornflour, juice 14 lemons, 1 egg -f- f yolk. Put on fire until thick. f- | Whip white of egg and put on | |- to]). Brown in oven for a few -| -| minutes. - y

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

jj £ Iwaltem pens j *J 16 Pages. | ',' Published Every Wednesday, jj *'. ' H % Terms of Subscription: Jj, / Per Year (in advance) 10/- *| ** Per Quarter (in advance) 3/- *| !? Per Quarter (booked) ? 4/- vjj ? ? #K - % \ Single Copy, 3d. $ v. v.v.v. v.%%%?^*v*%v^*Aj?iv*rsw WEDNESDAY, DEC. 29, 1937.

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

NATURE NOTES : (Contributed), , ? In our last talk we discussed con tinental drift as an explanation of ancient ice ages, as evidenced by signs of glacial action on rocks of re mote periods. This theory of drifting of large land masses receives a measure of support in the study of the distribution of various forms of animal and vegetable life. For instance, there is a close resemblance between the flora of South Africa and West Australia; also between Australia, New Zealand, and South America. The presence of closely allied forms of life such as fresh water fish, land shells, and cer tain families of plants, confined to widely separated land masses, has usually been explained by assuming the former presence of land which, occupied the intervening areas now covered by the ocean. The Indian Ocean was supposed to have once contained a continent that has been named Gondwana Land. And this continent acted as a bridge by which plants and animals passed to and from South Africa, West Austr...

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

PERSONAL Mr. Tom Sullivan spent a pleasant time renewing old acquaintances around the district over the week end, having returned for a brief stay in the Valley for the first time for many years. , Once again we were glad to see some old faces at 'Riverside' . guest house, Mrs. Parten and her two children, Keith and Barry, having re turned to spend Christmas with us; also Mr. and Mrs. Thomson and their young son Dennis; not forgetting, of course. Miss Glad. Hilder and Miss Dolly Hulks, two very popular girls with the local lads last Christmas. Mrs. Fred Watson is also on a visit to the Valley, and is staying with her sister, Mrs. Cullen. With her are daughter Bessie and her boy friend Merv. * * ? * Jack Cullen is also spending his Christmas holidays at home. ? * * * * We were very sorry not to see 'George' and Mrs. Hall with us again this Christmas. They proved a very popular couple at 'Riverside' last year. * * * w Dr. Stork paid a visit to Kangaroo Valley on Christmas eve in oppos...

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

PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. T. Jarman and family,, of Culcairn, are at present holidaying at Kiama, and renewing mauv friend ships formed when Mr. Jarman was attached to the local branch of the E.S. and A. Bank. Tom is a son of Mr. Len Jarman, of Worrlgee-street, Nowra, and his wife was formerly Miss Annie Scotchmen All who knew the genial and cour teous Charlie Charlesworth will regret to hear of his death, which aad event took place at his home at Moss Vale on Wednesday last, from heart trouble. He made his usual trip to Nowra early in the day. After a busy session at Parliament House, the Hon. James Ryan, accom panied by his wife and daughter, ar rived in Nowra to join in the Xmas festivities with his son, Dr. F. P;, and wife and family. Congratulations to Miss Phyllis May Walker and Mr. J. Clement Ellison,, whose engagement has been an nounced. Mr. Ernie Brown, who has been on the sick list for the past three weeks, is now making good progress towards recovery. Mr. P. S, West, of the ...

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CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday, January 2nd. METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

CHURCH SERVICES, Sunday, January 2nd. METHODIST Nowra: 10 a.m., Junior C.E.; 11 a.m., Sacrament; 7.30 p.m., Rev. A. T. New ton. Kangaroo Valley, 11 a.m., Mr. C. McDonald. Falls Creek, 1.30; Tom- j erong, 2.30, Rev. A. T. Newton. j Wednesday, 7.45, C.E. Meeting. | Rev. A. T. Newton, Minister. '

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WEDDING BELLS MORRISSEY—McGUIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

WEDDING BELLS MORRISSEY— McGUIRE St. Michael's R.C Church, Nowra, ?was the scene of a pretty wedding on Wednesday last, when Teresa Enid, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Mc Guire, of Moss-street, and Matthew Joseph, third son of the late Mr. M. and Mrs. Morrissey. of Berry, were united in holy bonds by the Rev. Father Carr. The bride's gown was of white French lace made on classical lines 'with full tram, worn with a billowy cut tulle veil in cap fashion, finished with a halo of orange blossom. She . carried a shower bouquet of white gardenias and carnations, made by Mrs. Ellison. Miss Tess Rowlands, cousin of the bride, and Miss Bess Whelahan at tended as bridesmaids. They were frocked alike in pink lace, worn with a georgette halo and pink tulle shoul der veil, and carried horseshoe trailer bouquets of Japanese blue hydrangea and pink carnations with satin bows. Mr. Nick Morrissey (brother of the bridegroom) and Mr. Eric McGuire acted as best man and groomsman re spectively. Miss...

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

TENDERS TENDERS will be received to 31st in stant for Renting Dry Run, con taining 214 acres, adjoining Gander ton, on Coolangatta Road, formerly rented by Pepper Bros. Apply Coolan gatta Estate Office. GOVERNMENT NOTICES JjOTICE appears in Government Gazette of 24 Dec., 1937, with re spect to proposed closing of Road known as St. Ann's-street, extending from Shoalhaven -street to Nowra Creek, suburban lands, town, parish, Land District and Municipality Now ra, county St. Vincent. R. 37-1,136. Objections must be lodged with the Minister for Lands within one month from the date of the publication of the notice in the Gazette. G. F. ALL MAN, U.S. for Lands. AMUSEMENTS Bomaderry Hall fHE OFFICIAL OPENING of the Bomaderry Hall will take place on TUESDAY, EVENING, 4th JAN.. 1938. i It will be celebrated by a GRAND i DANCE CARNIVAL. The opening ! ceremony will be performed by the I Mayor of Berry, at 10 p.m. Plenty of I fun and frolic. Novelties of all de- j scriptions. Thurgate's Orchest...

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

I Hairdressing ) I Prices Reduced I §H. A. BOWLAND will open an Up-$ ?§f * to-date Hairdressing Saloon atg §46 Kinghorn St., Nowra (opp. Hotel?| SSNowra) on Thursday, 6th Jan., 1938.S8 » Expert Ladies' and Gents' Hair- & y cutter Employed. js h Prices: Gents' Haircutting 1/-; S h Shave, 6d. g§ a I recommend you to join my|§ SSHairdressing Club. Special conces-ss Psions to Weekly Members. ?| h I cordially invite you to drop in»? || and give me a trial. js p ' * § isKINGHORN ST. - - - NOWRA$ it SS ^C3i!iiiiiiiiiit]iiii!iiiiii!:3iiii!iiiiiiit3iiii!iiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiic:ii(ii:imioiii^ I CONSULT | I R. P. YOUNG, M.I.O. I i I I (P. W. YOUNG & SON) I I I | Optician & Optometrist | 5 5 1 JUNCTION STREET § 1 NOWRA f I PHONE 77. N BOX 17. I d 5 s ? I r.iiiiiniiiiiiiiiuicjiiiiniiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiitJiiiiiiiiiiMcsiinmiuiiQti: ?*r^ti38SS888SSS8S888S8S8SS8SSSS88888S8S88SSS8E88iS88^ % NOTE THE ADDRESS | | 33 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA J I JACK SAWYERS | P Wishes to no...

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

Shoalhaven 'Cup' team to play Gerringong, at Gerringong, on Mon day 3rd January:— A. Bice (captain), G. Cook, E. Hewlett. J. Higgins, B. Kirkpatrick, H. Mannell, B. Miller, E. Ryan, E. Smith, S. Smith, S. Watt; G. \ Leaney (12th). Any player unavail- 1 able please notify C. Dent at once.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937

The experience of Nowra and the Shoalhaven district, generally during the holiday season should remove any lini-erinu; doubts that may have been oniertained as to the benefit to be derived from an organised tourist trailic. It was opportune that this m-ord influx of visitors should have taken place at a time when municipal and shire councils are on the point of making their allocations for 1938 to the Tourist and Publicity Committee. The indisputable evidence offered during the past week of the value of the work already accomplished has been so convincing that we feel sure local governing bodies will be quick to recoiiiii.se the fact, and, by their con tinued support, enable the good work to be continued. Never before in local history has there been such a con stant stream of tourists to Nowra and its environs. For weeks past all the available accommodation had been booked out at all the surrounding re sorts, while all the camping areas had capacity crowds. The presence of so many v...

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

I Hi 1 fl FULLY FASHIONED \l Bfltt I 8 '^e 9reatest hosiery va'ue offered § ^ HHP f ': SB ^or Vears- ^ac^ Circle stocking || P SHUl ' W& ^as 'fcs own sPec'a' co'our ci^le. I I Blue and Gold Circle . . 4s lid | I Red and Silver Circle . . 5s lid | I Woodhills Pty. Ltd., Ndwra | MARRIOT & OLIVER SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS & NOTARY PUBLIC (Commissioners for Affidavits). JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA 'THE DAFFODIL' (Late Grace Moore's, Sydney). HEGH CLASS FLORISTS f KINGHORN STREET, NOWRA Opposite Fraser's Garage. Nowra has no need now to seek further afield for floral tributes. Bouquets, Baskets, Posies of all Description, Floral Tributes Wedding Work a Specialty. When in town do not fail to call ?Miiiii!!iiiiir:i!iiiiiiiiiic]iii!iii[iii!C)iii!iimiitr]iHi(iiiiiii[]iiiiiim!]i[]tii^- I When in Townf I VISIT TilE NOWRA CAFE j I (Next to Nowra Hotel). § I ' —For— I I TASTY GRILLS, FISH, OYSTERS 1 1 AND LIGHT REFRESHMENTS | i Peters' Delicious Ice Cream, g 5 ' : H s...

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