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CRICKET A. GRADE BERRY v. ALL SAINTS Played at Berry. ALL SAINTS.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

CRICKET ? n ? A. GRADE BERRY v. ALL SAINTS Played at Berry. ALL SAINTS.— 1st Innings. O. Chamberlain, c and b Mannell 19 E. Hewlett, b BHssett ? 0 M. Barron, c Higgins, b Mannell 33 S. Smith, c Turner, b Mannell .... 11 E. Monaghan. c Blissett, b Mannell 9 ( B. Emerv, b Henry ? 1 , T. Standen, c Mannell, b Higgins 40 ' A. Booth, c Higgins, b Orford .... 26 A. Begbie, run out ? 2 G. Caines, b Higgins ? 14 F. Emery, not out ? 3 Sundries ? 13 Total ? 180 Bowling: Mannell, 4-41; Higgins, 2-23; Orford, 1-8; Blissett, 1-52; Hen ry, 1-23. BERRY.—lst Innings. No wickets for 19, C. Turner and A. Agar being the not out batsmen.

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

EELWINE CREEK Mr. D. W. Harrison attended the South Shoalhaven Council meeting on. Thursday and distributed copies of his report (published in this issue) to the aldermen. He mentioned the matter of Eelwine Creek, and his ac tion in inviting an officer down to in spect and report on the drainage problem. ma. ttyan saia ne tnougm uouncu should be represented when the offi cer visited the area. Many people were opposed to the scheme when ic was first mentioned, but if it were proved to be practicable, the same people would probably wonder why something similar had not been done previously. It was indeed, as Mr. Harrison described it, a stinkpot, anct in his opinion would be neither diffi cult nor costly to drain. Aid. J. Watts said the greatest ob jection to the proposal was on the score of expense. In answer to Aid. J. Watts, it was stated that, if drained, in about three years a salt wtaer swamp would grow grass. Aid. Bice said he did not think It would be a very difficult matter to...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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NOWRA v. BOMADERRY NOWRA.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

NOWRA v. BOMADERRY i NOWRA.— 1st Innings. I C. Dent, b E. Colliss ? 8 P. Woodhill. c Ingram, b Colliss 52 F. Ison. c Colliss, b M. Thurgate 91 i H. Herd, b M. Thurgate ? 9 R. Evison, b M. Thurgate ? B R. Jennings, b E. Williamson, b M.* | Thurgate ? 7 A. Chapman, c M. Thurgate, b j J. Ingram ? 50 ! P. West, lbw. b M. Thurgate ? 0 I C. Prior, b J. Ingram ? 22 , M. McKinnon, not out ? 8 j F. Wiley, not out ? 5 Sundries ? 18 Nine wickets for ? 27S

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

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PYREE v. WANDANDIAN PYREE.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

PYREE v. WANDANDIAN PYREE.— 1st Innincs. A. Smith, st Smith, b S. Watt .... 81 G. Leaney, b Wrightson ? 132 C. McAndrew, not out ? 9 V. Boyd. not out ? 5 j Sundries ? 11 Two wickets for ? 238

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METHODIST v. K. VALLEY K. VALLEY— 1st. Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

? METHODIST v. K. VALLEY K VALLEY.— -1st. Innfners. J. Spence, c Walker, b Crawford 4 G. Clempson, b Walker ? 2 L. Boxsell. run out ? 25 J. Baldy, b Barron ? 25 D. Phipps, b Crawford ? 0 F. Butler, not out ? 52 R. Beveridge, b Crawford ? 0 A. Oke, b Barron ? 8 A. Herne, c Crawford, b Walker 19 | N. Gardner, b Newton ? 1 ' F. Madge, c and b Barron ? 9 j Sundries ? 13 Total ? 'Isl Bowling: M. Walker, 2-36; K. Crawford. 3-37; A. Newton, 1-29; B. Barron. 3-23. METHODIST.— 1st Innings. M. Walker, not out ? 23 A. Henry, not out ? 24 ( Sundries ? ? 4 | No wickets for ? 51 1 - ? * ~'

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MEROO v. CAMBEWARRA CAMREWARRA.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

MEROO v. CAMBEWARRA CAMREWARRA.— 1st Innings. A. Wlison, b Ryan ? .... 65 L. Goodger, c Pheeney, b Deben ham ? 99 R.Vidler b Ryan ? ? 18 H. Faulks, b Tetley .... .... .... .... 18 J. Evispn, i- Sh&rman w i.£i»,nrf^i. 1 C. Moore, c'Hdwleit, b Tetley .... 13 J. Forsyth, not out ? ..., ? 34 :r. Wilson, not out .... .... ,:;..... 37 Sundries .................... 17-j I~V~ Six wickets for .... ? :.. 302

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

'It's worth its weight in gold' she said. 'This Charmosan face powder Is worth its weight in gold.' 'I know it is, I've used it for years.' 'So have I. Really did you ever see anything like it? Here am I what may be called an old woman yet I don't look it, thanks to this powder.' O, the clever French. We pay homage to the supreme artistry of the gifted Frenchman who gave us Powder Charmosan . . . the most beautiful face powder in the world. It speaks one language . . . that of charm, beauty, loveliness. For if you're not young, it makes you LOOK young. And very pretty, too. Charmosan face powder from Paris I Immense sale. All shades and sun tan. *=Big #bx 127$. 3Ei»r^helre. - neck and chest and get rid of sagging flesh by regular massage with Charmosan Cold Cream, Boudoir jars 2/6. Tubes 1/-. Everywhere.

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

f THE MUTUAL LIFE & CITIZENS'! I ASSURANCE CO., LTD. I 4 (Assets Exceed £25,000,000). | % Nowra Representative: % I Merv. S. Rankin I % 'Phone 261. J- 5 Ordinary, „ % 6 Probate, % X Endowment, X X Business Partnership, x -§ Industrial, % -| Accident Insurances Effected.!* ^ 15 WEST STREET. NOWRA I | ALL CLASSES OF | | INSURANCE TRANSACTED | v| Consult , „. ^ I FRANK WILSON | r|c/o. ASHCROFT'S NEWSAGENCYp II NOWRA 8 ?* ?* *_?? o» ? r- *j HAROLD MANION SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, AND PROCTOR BANK OF N.S.W. PREMISES JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA ALL CAMPERS' SUPPLIES ? AT ? FRANK ALLEN'S HUSKISSON OYSTER SUPPERS A SPECIALITY NOTE THE ADDRESS 33 K1NGHORN ST., NOWRA JACK SAWYERS Wishes to notify the General Public that Supplies of COAL are available at his Yard. Following are the prices delivered to your home: — 3/- per 1 cwt. 21/- per i Ton 38/6 per 1 Ton PHONE 253 FOR QUICK * DELIVERY ^sssgsgsssssssgsssssssssssssssgsssssssssgsssssssssss^ §J SHIP YOUR GOODS BY | £§ STEAMER I | ILLAWARRA CO...

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

BERMAL1NE BREAD Pure Appetising Easy to Digest . Delicious The Richest Parts of the Wheat for Energy. The finest Extract of Malt for Digestibility and Extra Nourishment. ^ Obtamaible only from, West's Nowra Bakery BERRY STREET Piione 98.

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

-|- - * I A CHRISTMAS GIFT | I SUGGESTION | f Send along the name and ad-f fdress and we will forward the& f 'Shoalhaven News' direct to yourf §- absent friend for either three, six! for lwelve months, as dirctd. J- I The subscription rates are 10/-J- fper year or 3/- per quarter (inl ^advance). J* l- ' if.

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COUNCIL'S APPRECIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

COUNCIL'S APPRECIATION South Shoalhaven aldermen, at their mooting on Thursday, expressed universal regret, at the fact that Mr. Henry Rauch would no longer be oc cupying his usual place at the re porter's table. The Mayor (Aid. Boyd). before pro ceeding' with the Council's business, said ne noted \vit,n regret tnai Air. n. Rauch had ceased his activities as a newspaper proprietor. He would be much missed from the Council meet ings, whore he had been most regular in his attendance, extending over very many years. He hoped Mr. Rauch would have many more years of use fulness in the community he had served so well, and that he would still, though in retirement, be nble to do something for the district and its institutions. He (the Mayor ) also ex tended a welcome to Mr. Cecil Raurh, who would in future carry on the work so long conducted by his father. Aid. Bennett said it was over 3u years since he first became acquaint ed with Mr. Rauch as a reporter. They must all feel deeplv indebt...

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SOUTH SHOALHAVEN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

SOUTH SHOALHAVEN COUNCIL 1 At the usual meeting of the above I Council, he\d at the Pyree School of I Arts on Thursday afternoon, there I were present:— Aid, D. V. Boyd 1 (Mayor), Merv. Bice, Jack Watts, Win. Watts, W. C. Morison, Wm. Ryan, C. J. Bennett, and Norman Emery. An apology was offered on behalf of Aid. R. McLean. CORRESPONDENCE From the Local Government De partment, with regard to protective measures in connection with the use of explosives in sewerage and water supply works. — As the communication did not apply to the Council in anjy way, it was simply received. From the L.G. Department, re stray ing stock on roads, pointing out the danger to the travelling public or such practice, and quoting Section 249 A of the Act as defining Council's powers of dealing with the nuisance, j and stating that the local police ! would co-operate with the Council in any action that might be taken. Aid. Bennett disposed of the communica tion with the remark, 'It's a good job we have no st...

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

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

personal: , ? 0 ? Your Footwear requirements are there at Davis1. Good wear or a new; pair.* ? ? ? ? The state of health of Mr. O. V. Patterson, of Worrigee-street, has been causing his many friends some concern during the past week or ses. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. W. Armstrong will leave Nowra this week to take over the Royal Hotel at Moss Vale, which property they recently acquired. * ♦ * * The death was reported from Syd ney last week, following a motor ac cident, of Mrs. Carter, mother of Mr. E. Carter, of 'Evandale,' Sutton For est, whose wife was formerly weir known in Nowra as Miss Gwen Cox. ? ? K- * Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Harrison, of Osborne-street, on the birth of a son. * * ? ♦ Mrs. Fletcher Bull, of North-street, had the misfortune to fracture he? wrist one day last week, as the result of a fall. * # * * Mrs. W. D. Lees received many con gratulations on Monday when she made her first appearance in town. ; after her accident. Though still in i plaster, the inj...

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

At the Wollong Police Court, on Monday, seventeen persons were fined in all £235 for S.P. betting. One per son was fined £25, and two others £20 each. . Nowra Warrior Football Club an nounce in this issue that their Pre miership Ball, celebrating their win ning of. the B. grade competition^ will be held in the School of Arts next Wednesday night, the 20th inst. The prices are remarkably iow— 4/- for gents and 2/6 for ladies, a feature which should ensure a big' gathering. A euchre party. an.d danqe'VyLbej aheld : at* Hasklsson -; ^ej^^aiprBayl night, the proceeds ; ' of which; will ? 8e devoted to ;the-|i^i^vem:e)it iif thei children's playing area recently^ es tablished at^the popular tourist resbrs. The admission chatge is only 1/0, iiifl supper will belpifcvHl^**^ ^?* m*w«i The prize schedule for the Shoal haven A. and H. Association's 1938 show will be a. most attractive one. It will be the biggest and best on the South Coast for the coming show season. Another very successful n...

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B. GRADE BURRIER v. BERRY BURRIER.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

B. GRADE BURRIER v. BERRY BURRIER.— 1st Innings. E. Leslie, b Blissett ? 4 ; K. Thomson, b Blissett ? 9 R. Forsyth, not out ? 56 W. Young, c Former, b Crawford 6 F. Hughes, b Henry ? 18 1 W. Lymbery, b McDonnell ? 8 ??'?? S. Lymbery, b McDonnell ? 5 S. Prosser, c and b Watson ? 27 J. Grady. b Watson ? 0 R. Chandler, c McDonnell, b Blow 3 R. Kiely. st Lidbetter, b Blow .... 1 Sundries ? 10 Total ? 147 BERRY. — 1st Innings. T. Lidbetter, c Forsyth, b Leslie 2 J. Blissett, c Chandler, b Grady ... 5 N. Crawford, not out ? 20 L. Gillam, lbw, b Thomson ? 7 J. Blow, c Leslie, b Thomson .... 0 K. McDonnell, not out ? 8 Sundries ? 11 Four wickets for ............. 53 1 T . ___^^____^_-

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SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

SOCIAL An enjoyable evening was spent on Wednesday last, when the members of the Women's Auxiliary of the local branch of the R,S. and S.I.L.A. enter tained those ladies who assisted with the supper arrangements of the 1937 Diggers' ball, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Calcraft (president), 31 Shoalhaven -street. The lawns and verandahs were ablaze with Chinese . lanterns, and the reception room& were artistically arranged with a pro fusion of flowers, the bowls of nansiea being greatly admired. During the evening, the President, on behalf of the Auxiliary, expressed her pleasure at the opportunity afforded of thank ing the guests for their assistance au-i support during the year; and con cluded a neat little speech by present ing each of the patrons with a floral sheath. Mrs. F. Hyam's token was composed of Black Boy roses and orchids, with a gold velvet ribbon; and Mrs. F. V. West's of blue del pr:niums and Golden Dawn roses, with a blue velvet ribbon to tone. Mrs. HLva...

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ARMISTICE NIGHT LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

ARMISTICE NIGHT LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS As is customary in Nowra, there will be some activity among the Dig gers of this town and district on Armistice night. At the last monthly meeting of the Nowra sub-branch R.S. and S.IL.A., the following arrangements were pro uosed and approved: — At 7.35 p.m. all Diggers of the Shoalhaven district will parade at memorial gates, where the customary wreaths will be placed. Returned men will then march through gates, both sides, and the 'Last Post' will be blown from top of the tower. The ex troops will then proceed to the nag gers' Hall, headed by the Town Band, a'he usual Armistice night smoke social will then be the business of the evening. It is hoped that the new curtain for the stage at the Diggers' Hall will be ready for Armistice night. This has been presented by the Ladies' Auxili ary, who will be present for a fleeting few minutes to officially present the finished curtain. A brand new picture in colors and gold frame of our new King is also...

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THE LATE MR. G. HARRISON [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

THE LATE MR. G. HARRISON After an illness extending over about twelve months, Mr. George Har rison passed away, at his home in Kinghorn-street, Nowra, early on Saturday morning last. For, some t.imp he had been gradually sinking. and the end was not unexpected. A little over a year back he was com pelled to undergo a major operation, from which he never really recovered, though his strong constitution and remarkable vitality refused to sur render. The late Mr. Harrison was a man of many parts. He was a Riverina native, being born at Wanganella, on the 28th May. 1864, where he spent his boyhood days. At the age of 18 lie. with another lad, performed what was considered a remarkable feat, by taking a team of bullocks and 16 horses from Wanganella to Twofold Bay, crossing the Talbingo Mountain, then almost in its virgin state. At Eden he acted as engineer on ms father's steamer, the Tambo Major, then engaged in towing the barges that were used in the local timber trade. From marine eng...

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