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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND The Rev. Alan Begbie and the Rev. Mr. Armitage, of Berry, exchanged pulpits on Sunday last. Rev. Alan Begbie, preaching on Sunday night, at St. Luke's, Berry, from the text Is. 55-1— 'Ho, everyone that thirsteth come ye to the waters. and he that hath no money, come ye, buy and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price'— said that this invitation pic tured a merchantman selling his wares. The merchantman is a type of Christ, who, Himself the Living Water, invites the world at large to come 'without money and without price,' and drink from the fountain opened for sin and for uncleanness. In closing, Mr. Begbie said he hoped that all present could in truth say— 'I came to Jesus and I drank Of that life-giving stream; My thirst was quenched, my soul re vived, And now I live in Him.' PRESBYTERIAN At the Presbyterian Church on Sun day morning the children's anniver , sary service was held, the chief fea tures 'being the singing of br...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER. XXVI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

AT CROSS PURPOSES ; CHAPTER XXVI, (Continued). When she came down to breakfast the following morning, Maggie was not informed either by her husband or by her uncle of what had trans pired during the night. Mark was silent because he knew that she would side, as she always did. with Caleb against him, and Caleb held his tongue for reasons of his own. 'You will have your business af fairs entirely in your own hands this afternoon,' Maggie said, as she and her husband wot driving' to the mill. 'I'm taking a holiday.' 'Good!' said Mark. She was instantly stung. She was going to see the mother of the man she loved — and he was glad to be rid of her! Her pretty face flushed. She saw nothing further of Mark ?when the time came for her to take her car and drive to her motherin law's cottage. 'Why,' said the blind mother, her face brightening when Ann announc ed the visitor, 'if it isn't Mark's little American girl! Come to see me alone, dearie?' 'Yes. alone,' Maggie said, and kiss ed her. '...

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

KANGAROO VALLEY (From Our Own Correspondent). The pasture improvement competi tion, conducted by the K.V. A. and H. Association, attracted seven entries. The competition provides and allows points for 'closeness of feed off,' im provement effected, palatability, free dom irom weeds, balance oi grasses, management of pasture — a total of 150 points. The first inspection was made by the judge, Mr. Rainsford Shepherd, on September 2nd, and the final inspection five weeks later. Fol lowing are the positions and points al lotted: P. L. Lidbetter, 137; John Graham, 136; A. R. Chittick, 132; H. O. Cox, 131; Jas. Graham, 127; H. A. Smart, 124; N. Chittick, 123. The pasture improvement competi tion has been responsible for quite an interest hi pasture management, and it has been the means of demonstrat ing the value of the work. It is now felt by some competitors and enthusi asts that the 'improvement' compe tion has now achieved its objective, and should now be altered to 'A best pasture co...

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

s | ASHCROFFS | - Junction Street, Nowra I I SPECIAL CONSIGNMENT OF 1 | CYCLOPS I : TRICYCLES I ; BICYCLES . I MOTOR CARS I AH Kinds of Dolls i Ranging from a 30/- down to 1/-. o ASH CROFT'S !

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

TERARA (From Our Own Correspondent). A successful euchre party and dance was held at Terava by the P. , and C. Association on Thursday last, j The euchre prizes were won by Jim Towe and Miss Maude Towe. Owing to Mrs. Bradshaw having an injured arm. slip was relieved from the uianu by Mr. A. Tetley, and also by Mr. Stan Towe on his piano-accordeon. Mrs. Bone and Miss D. Bradshaw won the chocolate waltz. * * * * . Mrs. Leverton, who has been ill for i the past two months, is now improv- j ing, and has had the pleasure of the company of her daughters and grand- j children. * * * * | Blackfish are biting well at Terara. Amongst those who had good catches at the week-end were Mr. W. Griffiths, Mr. O. Pickering, and Mr. Dave lowe. * # * * Mr. Ross Lamond, who spends most of his time at Sassafras, has returned to his Terara farm for a fortnight. * « * * We hear that Mr. Jack Lamond has recently shown some interest in grey hound racing, journeying up the coa^c to attack the bag boys. * * * ...

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

I , STUCKEFS j I LEADING LADIES1 HAIRDRESSERS ] I 82 Junction Street, Nowra j I 'PHONE 279. t % To make your coiffure a success, have your hair Permanently 3 # Waved at Stuckey's Hair Dressing Salon. « Ik We have the very latest equipment. All waves guaranteed, with - -ji- prices ranging from 10/-. We have seven different processes to choose - f- from, including our Eugene Combination, with deep waves and ring- -! % lets which lie close and shapely on your head, giving a very soignee - J- appearaiice and eliminating long, untidy ends. We also recommenq - t our Realistic (Non -Setting) Wonder Wave, which is reduced to £1 for - J- one month only. - J- You can depend on Stuckey's for the very best. We have in- \ & creased our staff and enlarged our premises. Book early for your - |- Christmas Perm. Try us for yoUr next Hair Cut and Re-Set done in ^ f any fancy style you like to choose from. « I CALL FOR FREE BOOKLET I I H. STUCKEY. \ REACH /^jT^ ant GET IT/ OUT FOR SKIN,, ^Ip3^...

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

I A Suit of Better Value i j Was Never Made! | I WOODHILLS' £4/12/6 SUIT IS RECOGNISED AS THE BEST I I - POSSIBLE VALUE I ¥ We do not claim that a better Suit cannot be made, but we do J» X state that for £4/12/6 the cloth and the workmanship are remarkable. 3- -| Moreover, we guarantee that it will fit you as well as a £7/7/- suit. «» j? You do not have to ask us of the hard-wearing qualities— enquire from f % one of the many hundreds who wear one. i- S Suits Fit for a' King' is Woodhills' Slogan. -I ¥ Buy one on our Easy Credit Terms. x I SUITS TO MEASURE AT A PRICE TO SUIT YOU 1 f Price £3/15/- .... Deposit 7/6 .... Weekly Payment, 3/9 I 4- „ £4/12/6 .... „ 9/6 .... „ „ 5/- f | „ £5/5/- .... „ 10/6 ? „ 5/3 $ | „ £5/10/- ... „ 11/- ... „ „ 5/6 | '$ „ £6/6/- .... „ 13/- .... „ „ 6/6 I % „ £6/15/- .... „ 13/6 ? „ „ 6/9 | S 'Also positively the Newest Designs and Colours in Tailored Ready- 1 I to-Wear Suits. * | | WOODHILLS PTY. LTD. j I ??-:? ? NOWRA . :/'; 1

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CAMBEWARRA FOREST RESERVE SHIRE COUNCIL OPPOSES REVOCATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

CAMBEWARRA FOREST RESERVE SHIRE COUNCIL OPPOSES , REVOCATION J At the Cambewarra Shire Council meeting, last week, a letter was read from the Department of Lands, inti i mating that a petition had been re | ceived, with 80 signatories, requesting the revocation of the reserve of %'£& acres, parish of Cambewarra, whicn was vested in the Council, and asking for an expression of opinion on the request. Cr. Binks said he thought the Council would be wise in keeping con trol of the reserve. It was one of the last remaining pieces of jungle, ana was the home of the lyre-bird, the bower-bird, the whip-bird, and of different kinds of beautiful pigeons. The area was a large one, but it was practically useless for timber-. There was a certain quantity of leather jacket and other timbers of what were called the coaching varieties of softwood, but it would be tragic to destroy a fine piece of native jungle for the small remuneration it would return in commercial timber He knew the area ...

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G.F.S. BUTTERFLY FAIR [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

G.F.S. BUTTERFLY FAIR The Church of England Girls' Friendly Society, an organisation that, is an important factor in the church's activities, held what was styled a 'Butterfly Pair' in the School Hall on Friday last. The hall was appropri ately decorated with paper butterflies of various colors, with a pleasing I background of greenery. The Rev. Allan Begbie (rector) pre vious to the official opening, said that he was very pleased to see such a large gathering present, and to ex tend a most cordial welcome to Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Armistage, of Berry, and to Mrs. Ryan, the Mayoress of Nowra. He trusted that the efforts of the stallholders would meet with a gen erous response from patrons, and had much pleasure in calling on Mrs. Armistage to officially open the Fair. As Mrs. Armitage rose she was pre sented with a posy of choice flowers by little Betty and Ruth Lymbery. Mrs. Armitage said she was delight ed to be present that afternoon, and she thanked the promoters for their , invitati...

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AMATEUR FISHING CLUB COMMITTEE MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

AMATEUR FISHING CLUB . — — v ? COMMITTEE MEETING Held on Wednesday, October 13th. Present— Messrs. M. J. Molony (Presi dent), H. Dignam (hon. treasurer), R. Esling (hon. secretary), w. Lees, W. Sulway, W. Valentine, H. Laughtoii, Jack Campbell, Alf Stuckey, C. Rauch, G. Facer, and D. de Mestre. It was decided to hold the next outing on Sunday, October 24th, the area to be between Grant's Rocks and the Comerong punt; starting ar 7.30 a.m. and finishing at 5 p.m. Wil son's launch will convey boats to any desired spot between the stipulated boundaries. Mr. H. Dignam will be the captain for the day. and tropliies presented by Messrs. W. E. Smith (fountain pen) and Harrington -s (camera) will be the prizes. Mr. C, Rauch resipied from the committee, stating that circumstances did not now permit him to devote the time that he thought the position de manded, and that he was only keep ing another man out who could at tend to the job. The resignation was accepted with regret, and Mr. J. iv:c ...

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

INDUSTRIAL COURT ? U ? An unusual case was before Mr, A. G Hard wick, at the Industrial Court. on Wednesday, when Harold Hynard claimed £51/5/10 from Walter P. Wat son being the difference between the wanes he received and the amount he al loped lie was entitled to under the : award, between the 15th March and ' the 3ist August. j Mr. Martyn Oliver (of Messrs. Mar- ' rintt and Oliver) appeared for con:-! pluinant; Mr. Harold Manion for dc- , loiidant. j Cuinplainant, Harold Hynard. de posed : He was employed by Mr. Watson on the 15th March last, and worked for him till the 31st August; I during that time he worked every ? day in the week, Saturdays and Sun- : days included, for full hours; during ' i hat- period he received 30/- a week; \ there was a balance owing to him i when be left of £51 5 10. j To Mr. Manion: He had previously been working1 for Watson for 12 ' months or more; there was no differ- t nice in his wages at that time; he did ! not know much about awards or ar bi! r...

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

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

STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT ! \ White Lead Dropped j £3 10s. - - Pee- Ton \ — Call at - ] Jim Hughes I LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR FOR j R-A-L-M Paints and DuLux] 24 KINGHOEN STREET, NOWRA. 'PHONE 43. j Now is your opportunity to buy a Good Used Car ] HARRISON'S GARAGE | can help you— Come and Inspect j — ===== 1 ESSEX 1928 TOURER.— Good Order and Condition. Registered. { 1 MORRIS COWLEY.— Square Radiator, Good Order and Condition. j 1 RUGBY 1924.— Good Mechanical Condition. Cheap. j 1 WHIPPET 96. — Coach, Engine Good, Appearance Fair. Registered. \ 1 WHIPPET 1929 SEDAN.— Good Appearance and First Class Mediant- j eal Order. Registered. t HARRISON'S GARAGE j Noted for a Square Deal ] Phone 44 NOWRA j 'VALENTINE'S' \ (LATE BEEHIVE) - For Higher Quality and Lower Prices \ Our Stock is Carefully Selected with a view of giving our'Cus- t tomers the utmost value in all Departments, and embraces:— - GROCERY, PATENT MEDICINES, TOBACCO, STATIONERY, 1 CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ENAMEL, ALUMINIUM AND TIN- ?- WARE...

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NOWRA POLICE COURT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14. (Before Mr. A. G. Hardwick, S.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

NOWRA POLICE COURT TirUUSDAY, OCTOBER 14. (Before Mr. A. G. Hardwlck, S.M.) Lovcll Thomas Brown, charged with riding a bicycle without a light in Berry-street, was fined 10/- and 0/ costs. Constable Hudson gave evi dence of the breach. William Williams, for driving a motor Jorry without a license, was fined 10. '- and 8/- costs, after Con stable Russell had stated the facts. Cecil J. Simpson pleaded guilty to driving an unlicensed car, and also with failing to notify change of ad dress. Simpson said he got the car from Fraser's Garage, and understood that it would have a trading plate during a trial. He also thought that 14 days were allowed to notify change of address, whereas it was only seven. He was fined 10/- and 8- costs on the lirst. charge, and 5/- and 8/- costs on the second. John Sidebottom pleaded guilty to three charges-— riding a motor cycie which was not registered, without a registration plate, and not being the holder of a license himself. Constaijie Selwood stated t...

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

NOTE THE ADDRESS 33 KINGHORN 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 yout home: — 3/- per 1 cwt. 21/- per A Ton 38/6 per 1 Ton PHONE 253 FOR QUICK DELIVERY i I j W. J. Egan | % BERRY STREET £ I .... g $ . ? . I if FARM MACHINERY ' § § g $ PRODUCE p :? * HARDWARE 8 ?2 ' £? '?i ;'. is . ? ?: '??' ' S* S WATCH FOR FUTURE I? i5 of li ANNOUNCEMENT p it li 3 8 53 i% 'i SHIP YOUR GOO!)S BY g | STEAMER | | ILLAWARRA CO/S STEAMERS | | LEAVE SYDNEY FOR NOWRA | | EVERY THURSDAY I I Further particulars from Local P I Agent, R. Elyard, 'Phone 5, or | I THE if- I ILLAWARRA & SOUTH COAST I | STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD. § | HEAD OFFICE: § | 57 DAY ST., SYDNEY jjV | Postal Address: Box 81 CC, G.P.O. If I Telephone: M 4041 (3 Lines), ft

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A BRIDGE ROAD INTERLUDE AND ITS COURT SEQUEL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

A BRIDGE ROAD INTERLUDE , ? n ? AND ITS COURT SEQOEL A1 the Nowra Police Court, on Wed nesday, before Mr. A. G. Hardwick, S.M., Fred Moore, jun., was charged with using indecent language in a public street Mr. Man ion appeared for defendant. Alfred Thomson, a retired property owner, living at Bridge Road, Nowr.v, denosed: On 16th September he was talking to Mr. Morrow in front of his residence, about 5 p.m.; Moore came along, and said, 'How are you, Mr. Morrow,'' shaking hands with him; turning to witness, Moore said, 'l wouldn't shake hands with that ? -, he's only a — — of a man;' he re peated the words three times; witness said, 'Thanks, you're a gentleman, ' and you'll get a written reply tomor row;' Moore then said, 'Get out, you ? of a man, or I'll knock your — head oft;' defendant had some drink, but was not drunk; Moore had been to his house previously, and had knocked loudly on the door, frighten ing his daughter; he picked up two stones and threatened to smasri Moore's fac...

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CAMBEWARRA SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

CAMBEWARRA SHIRE COUNCIL ? n ? . The monthly meeting of the above Council was held at the Shire Office, Kangaroo Valley, on Tuesday last. There were present — Crs. J. Nelsou (President), I. Vidler, J. McMahon, T. J. Priddle, T. Sinks, and F. W. Madge. CONDOLENCE The President referred in sympa thetic terms to bereavements suffered by different families since last meet ing — Mrs. McGuire (Bomaderry), Mrs. Carrick (Nowra), Mrs. J. D. Young (Nowra), and Mr. and Mrs. Wadding ton, and the Clerk was directed to forward letters conveying the Coun cil's sympathy to the bereaved. WELCOME The President extended a welcome to Mr. C. Rauch, of the 'Shoalhaven News,' who was present for the firs? time at the reporters' table. CORRESPONDENCE From the Returned Soldiers' League, re purchase by Council of a framed photograph of H.M. the King, at a cost of £2/2/-. — The President said the Council could find other uses for the money, but he thought that as a loyal Council they should purchase the photo...

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ALLEGED DETENTION OF PROPERTY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

ALLEGED DETENTION OF J PROPERTY 4 ?At the Nowra Police Couit, on Wed nesday, Lena Williams proceeded against Gertrude Geoghegan, for de tention of property, to the value of £19. Mr. Martyn Oliver (of Messrs. Mar riott and Oliver) appeared for plain tiff; Mr. Harold Manion for defend ant. Lena Williams, a cook-general, eni played at the Bomaderry Hotel, de posed: About the middle of March she stored certain articles at Geog hegan's, in cases, bags, and boxes: she had a list of the articles, and agreed to pay 1/- a week storage; she went to the house on 8th September, with Mr. Lymbery, a carrier, to take her things away, and found some or them out on the road; the rest of the articles were missing; she made a list of the missing articles (produced); she valued the missing articles at £19; when she went into the house she saw one of her saucepans on the stove in the kitchen; she also saw some of her wire-netting at the back of the house; she valued the missing1 articles separately; she...

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L.G. CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

L.G. CONFERENCE At the Nowra Council meeting, last week, Aid. West, at the invitation of the Mayor, gave a brief account of the recent Local Government Conference, which he and Aid. Aldous attended as delegates. Aid. West said a great deal of dis cussion took place in regard to the disqualification of aldermen, which was a very sferious matter, involving as well as the loss of the position a minimum fine of £50. Eventually a deputation was appointed to wait on. the Minister in an endeavor to secure an amendment of the Act. Perhaps the most important mat ter that came before the conference from a local point of view, continued Aid. West, was the location of the next conference, which was held al ternately in Sydney and a country centre. Orange and Moree wer& nominated on the agenda paper, but as this was departed from, he and Aid. Aldous, at the request of a num ber of delegates, had nominated Now ra. He put the case for Nowra as well as he could, but the voting favored Orang...

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

ALL CAMPERS' SUPPLIES __AT-— FRANK ALLEN'S HUSKISSON OYSTER SUPPERS A SPECIALITY MARRIOT & OLIVER SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS & NOTARY PUBLIC (Commissioners for Affidavits). JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA WhSUPvT ljWm%ma&m ^,- R \r% uJm J* / j »1 ^^UH^fg^MM^^A |T is in childhood that the _^&m£&a^W8I^BK/KSBI^^^S* -*? love of music is most aurely ^^I^SMffflWi^^BBBaBgfffSS^.j- ? formed and developed. Music ?ScSEZSBBIBWH^^^^^s|^^^l cannot fail to draw the family ?HH^^S^^^HH^^BS^S^^SSiS? ' together, to make the home a |H^ra^^HHHHBHB5B&H^^S^j centre of youthful happiness,. ^^Ht^HIH^^BSlnifHaflRWMfBNSra^ to become a (source of ufe-y g|^jS^^^^?^^Mfia^^P^Bgi55SM l°ne pleasure and accom ^ |I«a&SSs5993BiBE^V^^qE^^ plishment ?— and it is very MsE§P^^^^I auf r ? ' »/ evident that good music is ?yTj Vim Hi destined to play a greater II || laA aj part than ever in the life of fH m RU if community. Give your a! »L ai I(L children tlie advantage...

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