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

SHOALHAVEN ROWING CLUB The local lads are already netting into trim for another regatta on New Year's Day. The woodchoppers, according to Mr. ' H. Watt, of Tomerong, will appreciate the club's initiative by putting on two woodchops for New Year's Day — 1)15 and £10 respectively. It will be an all-day affair, and will have to be commenced before lunch. Now, ladies, would you like to have a rowing event for New Year's Day? Messrs. Regan Bros, will donate the prize. The committee anticipate a good public response to their appeal lor funds to assist the financing of the big programme at Greenwell Point on New Year's Day, which amounts to £56 in prize money. A function will take place at Pyree on Tuesday next, 19th October, in the form of a euchre party and the in creasingly popular old-time dances, with Tetley's music. Port Kembla railway station has the biggest turnover of any station on the South Coast line. Its receipts last year totalled £270,098; Wollongong's earnings totalled £(52...

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

i W. J. Egan | | BERRY STREET % ? *i \ ? . - :: : U \ FARM MACHINERY !?: ! PRODUCE £ * ! HARDWARE £ i . ? . t] WATCH I OR FUTURE ♦'. ANNOUNCEMENT *♦ *♦ I Effective Defence ... Expanding Markets ... v I 1 More Money . . ? Lower Taxes . | | No Government in Commonwealth history has £20,000,000 in direct assistance to Primary Producers. % f a record of service to the people to compare It developed overseas and internal trade. It lightened I % with the record of the Lyons Administration. die tax burden by over £15,000,000 a year. It restored I I It rescued Australia from economic stagnation salaries and pensions. It has steadily strengthened the I 1 and guided it to prosperity. It paid over defence system. t I I ** y°u want Australia's progress to continue, its prosperity to 1 I 17 frl* Q * V «? increase still further, then you must vote for Mr. Perkins and thus I f I* Or tile Senate VOte help the Lyons Government to carry on its work. Remember ? f I m&RlflNS a V°te *°r lhe so'c...

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

HUSKISSON (From Our Own Correspondent). The adjourned meeting of rate payers was held on Tuesday. 5th. at which it was agreed that before the amount of money to be borrowed could be decided upon, estimates for general improvement works should De obtained. *The Clyde Shire Council have been asked to give estimates for the following: Kerbing and gutter ins- t,hc main street from entrance to town to camping area, dredging of old baths at mouth of Currambene Crock and making same larger by blasting out rock towards the Bay. This would also turn the stream, thereby stop pins the silt of sand on to the spit, giving deeper water and better en trance to wharf. Also amusements on the children's playing area, and i-- endeavor to complete the golf links. * * ? ? The Main Roads Board arc planting trees along their portion of Ower. street. Trees were planted in the portion under the jurisdiction of the Council some time ago, also in Hawke -street. It woul^S be necessary from the ratepayers* poin...

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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

MARRIOT & OLIVER SOLICITORS, COmffiY&frcERS, . PROCTORS & UOTARY PUBLIC (Commissioners for Affidavits). JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA CONSULT R. P. YOUjpf, fly^. (P. W- YOm.Q & BON)

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AMBULANCE AUXILIARY DANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

AMBULANCE AUXILIARY DANCE At a meeting of the Ambulance Auxiliary, on Monday afternoon, is was decided to hold a eucnre parjy ; 1 and dance in , the School of ^?tssjjw* Saturday, 50th inst, in aid of H»,^ building fund. ' ^,1 A,*,rt4l^ As t»heL laying of the foundation** ~*?i ? sfcone^ hy ? .the *!Maybt. '' of ; Nbwf a 'Jfjlt* '??' .Si *=

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

SHOWGROUND IMPROVEMENTS Members of the committee of the Agricultural Society met on the show ground on Saturday morning for the purpose^ of .deciding the location of the various buildings under the re HP^ruction scheme. There was a big difference of opinion amongst those present as to the most suitable Places, but eventuailv a ri/ujcinn „, ceptable to all was arrived at. The publican's booth will be shifted about 40 yards west of the present site, the poultry pavilion will be erected on the extreme west almost behind the show pavilion, and the puncheon hall will be placed on the northern side of the l?J£mBy' rfnMsf.-ia ' Itoe with the it& wishes of the com

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CLYDE SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

CLYDE SHIRE COUNCIL The usual monthly meeting of the above Council was held at the Shire Chambers, Tomeroug, on Friday last, there being present— Crs. J. Boag XPresident), R, L. Dowling, K. Thom son, R. W. Collingwood, J. Watt, T. Harding. CORRESPONDENCE From Department, of Local Govern ment, re straying stock and amend ment of ordinances 9 and 10. Prom Jas. Taylor, auditor, stating: that Council's books and affairs wore all in order. From Engineer Gowans, giving names and location of the seven gangs in Council's employ. From H. J. Bate, acknowledging re ceipt of request for wire rope to scale Pigeon House heights. From Jas. Watts, asking permission to collect for charitable purposes.— Granted. From Main Roads Board, agreeing to schedule of work to be carried out on Tomerong-Huskisson Road, and intimating' that Council's share would be £66/12/8. — Approved of. From C. A. Jarman, plans for build ing for N. J. Holder, at a cost of £900. — Granted. From Works Department, giving de tail...

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

CURRARONG j. ? o ? (From pur Own Correspondent). oum unamoeriain landed a four teen-pound schnapper this week Lucky Stan! All cottages were occupied, and a number of campers visited Currarong f9r !?f M-Hour week-end. Fish were plentiful on the Saturday and Sun* dayVfSuigStrOnB Wkld BP°m Moa' iwrs. Moore opened her store at E£*J Currarong, and wishes to inform all Nowra folk that she will be always ready to serve and oblige any visitors to currarong. »J!£;tlFlum'\!ilB hiSSame fishing enthusiast, has been camped at West Currarong for a week. He holds thfe record for biggest fish second to Zane Sfy-n^d is trying to beat his record. He hopes to do it when he comes back to Currarong in May

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C.W.A. MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

C.W.A. MONTHLY MEETING | Nowra branch of the C.W.A. held its usual monthly meeting in the Rest Room on Tuesday, 5th instant. Mrs. Molony (president) occupied the chair. Members stood in silence as a mark of respect to the late Mrs. Herne, one of the oldest members; also paying a tribute to the memory of the late Mrs. Fanning, president of Cumber land branch, and Mrs. R. S. Perdriau, president of the North Coast Group, both prominent and outstanding per sonalities in the work of the C.W.A. , and whose work for the Association, was recognised throughout all the branches. Delegates to the South Coast Group conference, to be held at Wollongong on October 27th, were appointed as follows: Mesdames Bourne, Stoner, Templeton, B. Emery, Oliver, and Miss Creighton Smith. Will any member desiring to make the trip please get in touch with the secretary, as means of transport are being arranged. The gift of an attractive and artis tic framed copy of the Association's motto was presented to the ....

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AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXVI [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXVI, Mark was as quick to act as he had 'been to take In the meaning of the scene he beheld. 'So that's your game, is it, my man!' And in three strides Mark had Adams by the collar of his coat. 'Drop those papers!' he command ed in a tense voice. Then, as the i booty, he shook the tramp till his teeth rattled. 'Drop them, I tell you!' 'Curse you ? ' But the papers TPere loosened and fell to the carpet. Mark picked them up and placed them back in the safe. He did not close the safe door. but. went to the ?windows and closed them. Then, with his back to the door of the room, barring the burglar's escape, he folded his arms. 'Did you come here to steal any thing except those papers, Adams?' he asked, with fierce scorn in his voice. 'I know what they are; the specifications for the 'Velsilk' looms. Mr. Oldroyd showed them to me when I became a partner here. And, if you came to steal only them, it couldn't have been for yourself. -Who put you 'on to this?' 'Nob...

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

CONDOLENCES ? ? o ? * At the South Shoalhaven Council meeting, on Thursday, after the read Ing of the minutes, the Mayor (Ala. Boyd) said he regretted to have to refer .to a number of deaths that haa occurred since their last meeting. First there was Mrs. Herne, the widow of an alderman who had served the faithfully and well lor many years. . Though Mrs. Herne had reached a ripe old age, she would be as sadly missed in her home circle as would have been the case in earlier years. Then there was Mr. George Gillam, who had played his part in no small way in the public life of Berry. He had occupied the position of alder man, Mayor and Clerk, and had also had almost a life-long connection with the Agricultural Society. He was a real live wire and a greap booster for Berry, a quality that was lacking in many men. And lastly there was Mr. McGuire, an alderman of the Berry Council, and a well known resident oiL Bomaderry. lie moved that the Clerk convey the sympathy of the Council to the ...

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

BOMADERRY ' ? Q (Prom Our Own Correspondent). Contractor Green is making good headway with the Boraaderry Hall, and it should at this rate be com pleted before the new year. * ? ♦ * The street opposite the railway station is being used as a timber dump. This is hardly fair to the resi dents whose houses are nearby. ? ? * «r Mt Courtney has cleaned up the little rest park, and it looks quite trim and neat. ? * ♦ * We notice trainer Collins driving about a promising looking son of General Lulu. Rumour says his mis sion is the 1939 trotting Derby. Here's hoping! ? * * * Swimming his horses Is a new method of training adopted by fta Hogan, and both his trotters do their daily swim. ? * * * Mrs. Tom Crawford is back from a month's holiday. * * ? * . Mr. Arthur Jones, who has recently joined the Benedicts, has added an other new house to Bomaderry. * * * * ^ Health inspector Stocker has not been enjoying the best of health late ly, and contemplates a visit to a Syd ney hospital. * * * * M...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

The observations of 'Freelance' in his article in last issue, as to how | towns were formed, provides much | food for thought. Those early pioneers who saw ahead and opened up busi nesses and industries did so with a firm belief in the loyalty of their fel low-men. They believed that if they gave the required service, and 'de- would bring its own reward. In many cases their most sanguine expecta tions were fulfilled, and Nowra be came a thriving business centre, sup ported by the primary producers of the surrounding district, Without that support no town could long sur vive. The business section, in their turn, provide employment for an army of workers, increasing the pay roll as circumstances permit, and adding still more to the general wealth and prosperity of the com munity. Thus the secret of success in the progress and advancement of any area depends on the loyalty of its people to their own interests. Realis ing the value of the idea, the Shoal haven Chamber of Commerce some y...

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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

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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

WORMS 'Cause endless troubles — Don't neglect — treat, directly detected, with Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets TThere are many kinds of worms which attack the human body, but the commonest are Stomach and Thread Worms, and if allowed to remain they lower the system, leav ing it an easy prey to all kinds of illnesses. Amongst the many symptoms are vari able appetite, pains in stomach, foetid breath, nausea, headache, irritation . about the nose, disturbed sleep, dis ordered bowels. To free the system of worms Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets will be found a valuable preparation. Their reputa tion as a remedy for that purpose has been long established. They contain specific properties for overcoming the worms and being prepared in the form of a sweet, children take them as they would an ordinary lolly. ?41 |Bhbqmm|^^h^bhm|H tiffliutlllill flVIVnl I - Obtainable all chemists and leading stores or direct from The W. H. Com stock Co. Ltd., 23 Lang Street, Sydney, *N-§^i Price 2^ t...

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

frninminmiioiimmmcimniimiinminnmitiinimHiiiniiiiimiiiit* | NATURE NOTES j i= H | (Contributed). g f. This, the first of a series, deal- I = ing with certain aspects of I i Nature as illustrated in this dis- j§ s trict, is intended as a guide, to § 1 indicate to the casual observer | i points to be noted in order that ?= i he may obtain an idea of the g s scientific basis underlying the | § various phenomena that may be = i brought to his notice.' 9 = Now why is our district so rich | § in sandstone rocks of so great a = I thickness? This thickness can | = be observed wherever erosion has | § cut through the strata and ex- = H posed a cross section of the thick g = beds. i i Nearby examples are the cliffs § 1 at Point Perpendicular, the cliffs g I near the showground, and par- | i ticularly the canyons of the § I sources of the Clyde River near g ™ ^O QC JS f 1**1 ^ ™ I This sandstone is moderately | 1 compact, and varies from a close a = grained, white, rather hard rock | i such as ...

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PRAISE FOR PUBLICITY OFFICER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

PRAISE FOR PUBLICITY OFFICER i , ? u ? At the South Shoalhaven Council meeting, on Thursday. Aid. C. J, Ben nett reported that the Mayor and himself hod attended the Tourist Publicity Bureau meeting at Nowra on Tuesday, 5th October, and gave a brief resume of the director's report. One matter that came before the meeting was the question of Mr. Har rison's superannuation rights. He had now been employed for a suffi cient length of time to come under the provisions of the superannuation fund. At Aid. Boyd's suggestion, the question was deferred till after the triennial election. The director also recommended that Mr. Spooner, the Minister for Local Government, should be invited to visit the district, so that the various matters which were being agitated for could be brought under his personal notice, such as the road to the aerodrome, the Greenwell Point wharf, the proposed reserve at the Point for recreation purposes, etc. Also, quite off his own bat, Mr. Har rison had arranged for ...

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