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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
S888SSSS8888S8SSS£88S8SSS28S888SS88S8S3S8S8S8S8SS88888Si jf SHIP YOUR GOODS BY f§ | STEAMER || | ILLAWARRA CO/S STEAMERS | S LEAVE SYDNEY FOR NOWRA | 1 EVERY THURSDAY | | Further particulars from Local ?| | Agent, R. Elyard, 'Phone 5, or & | THE | I ILLAWARRA & SOUTH COAST | S STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD. I ! ' Bl t HEAD OFFICE: s| i ^ 57 DAY ST., SYDNEY | I \ Postal Address: Box 81 CC, G.PiO;. sf I Telephone: M4041 (3 Lines)', si I ' ' «§ H^^M * CHM/LEN EXjflPl^ baby1 M»^|^^^|lpB^J^^ffiF^^'^^^^SpS^1 cannol fait to draw the family TJic piano U ihc basis of all f\T T 7% T T I ? IV T musical training. Wilh a f |— I 1\ I 1 |* I VI length of only 4fl. 6ins., ihc V, I I J~\ B 7 B V i J I H OHALLKN Haby Grand takes '*-'-*? ,-, _ . up liule more space than the Tit. OUTS. ordinary upright, yet is infin- T)»T-\/' /~»T1 71 ATTl DT ATVT/^I ilely more boulifulin design, BABY GRAND rJALNU mid so pure and natural in ?»«?**'??? ^,, tone, so responsive in touch, /*]^rJ // \\u\\ it is ...
CAMBEWARRA SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
CAMBEWARRA SHIRE COUNCIL The first, ordinary meeting of the newlv-Hecicd Council was held on Tuesday last, there being present ers Cox (President), Butler. Aber netiiy, Lumsden, Vidler, and Mc M a In in. CONDOLENCE The President said he regretted to ]\wr io refer to recent bereavements .-one being a relative of Cr. Aber 11c! hy while the other was a local ca.v.* in Uie person of Mrs. Garratty, ?in old and highly respected resident nf Kangaroo Valley. He moved that Idlers expressing Council's sympathy he hn -warded to Cr. Abernethy and the C.arratfy family. The motion was earrk.-d 'by councillors standing in Mlenre. THE MINUTES The Clerk ::nd Cr. Vidler explained thai in view of the possibility of only .in' retiring councillor being reelect ed, a special meeting of the old Coun cil bad been held to confirm the ininul.e.s. The President said that without anv minutes the position was very vamie, and he thought that, as a mat WY of court esv to the new Council, ihcy should be presented ...
C.E. KINDERGARTEN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
C.E. KINDERGARTEN Quite a lot of work was entailed in the preparation of the Xmas tree held in the kindergarten room of the C. of E. on Tuesday night. Invitations had been issued to par ents to attend, and quite a large number were present. After every body was seated, Mrs. Begbie took charge, and the main lights were switched off, revealing a pretty sight — a Xmas tree laden with gifts and de corated with balloons, sparklets, and tiny multi-colored electric bulbs. The children, instructed bv Mrs. Beebie and assistants, had prepared a sur prise for their parents, and each par ent received a self-made gift, that for mother being a book for recipes, and for father a book of shaving papers. These were presented by the children. The children sang two pretty little Xmas carols, after which Father Christmas (impersonated by Mr. F. Moorhouse) arrived in his sleigh. The children then received their gifts, and a transformation scene took place. Previously there had been a pro nounced silence...
AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXXIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
AT CROSS PURPOSES ' CHAFTER XXXIII. (Continued). No, lie decided, he could not tell her that Andrew was dead. She was still hoping— hoping that he would un mask and punish the man she hated. She was not strong enough— how frail and white and stricken the face of his dreams looked now — to bear the shock. He and Mark must contrive to keep her still in iguorance of the truths 'Can it be in doubt?' he said, and smiled. 'Haven't you so often told me of his villainy?' 'Yes.' she said, and her voice grew suddenly infinitely tender, 'and you never denied it.' 'Why should I?' He was a little startled now. 'My friend,' she said, and her hand came forth and rested on his arm, 'you have never denied anything — to me. Never, have you? There were those days in Bolton. when my sister had just died, and only poverty await ed the blind wife of Andrew Linton. But you found me. You brought me here. Into that blind life you brought such content as it was possible to pro vide for it. You gave me hope o...
"FREEUNCE" APPRECIATED [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
'FREELANCE' APPRECIATED A reader from Rozelle, Sydney, pays tribute to 'Freelance,' one of our most valued contributors, in a letter received by the Editor last week. The writer says, inter alia— 'I want to thank you for your stories published each week on the front page of the oncalnaven News.' I was greatly Pleased with the one on how the noming pigeons found their way. I nave been interested in the homing Pigeon for years, and your story clear ed up many points that were a mys tery to me. I thought the article on tne old hymns was delightful, and so did a number of my friends. I must say this: After I read your paper I Pass it en and my friends enjoy it. I hope you will write many more pieces, Mr. Editor, which are greatly admired.'
Kangaroo Valley News [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
Kangaroo Valley News (From Our Own Correspondent). Holiday crowds flocked to Kangaroo Valley over the week-end. All guest houses and the hotel were completely booked up, and camping space was at a premium. The weather was all that could be desired, and the two popular beaches at the junction and Hampden bridge were crowded with locals and tourists. Acquaintances were renewed with friends who come along every Christmas to enjoy the beauties of Kangaroo Valley, with her beautiful river and beaches for swim ming and fishing. Riding proved a popular pastime, while tennis and shooting were also indulged in when the weather was cool enough. An other popular pastime of late is row ing down the river, there being a boat for hire at Mr. Daley's shop at Hampden bridge. Christmas Day was nearly a sorry one for Mr. L. W. Vance, the secretary of the local A. and H. Association, who narrowly escaped serious injury when the car he was driving collided with Mr. W. J. Cox's lorry in the main street....
REMINISCENCES W. TICKNER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
REMINISCENCES (By 'Old-Timer'). W. TICKNER The subject this week, although not &nbsp; a native of Shoalhaven, must look &nbsp; back on the days he played with Bur- &nbsp; rier as the beginning of a long and &nbsp; successful career. Billy was only a young man when he joined the up the river team, and from the day he played his first match was recognised &nbsp; as a fine player and sportsman. Bur rier team was gathered from a large &nbsp; and scattered area, and as phones were unknown and mails were delivered a few times a week, the Burrier secre tary often was in trouble getting his team together; but with the Thomson brothers and Ken Mackenzie and Tickner as certainties, the foundation of a good team was always available. With Burrier, Tickner was recognised as purely a batsman, and was seldom called upon to bowl, but just prior to his departure he developed into one of the most accurate slow leg break bowlers the district has known. ...