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NOWRA GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

NOWRA GOLF CLUB ? r\ ? Rather a small field competed in the Stapleford par last Saturday. R. Young won on the count back with 32 from J. Eastburn 32 and R. Ruch 32. On Sunday a heavy downpour of rani interrupted play, and the secret partner competition was abandoned. Next Sunday has been set aside for a return visit to Mittagong, so there will be no official competition on the local links. Players wishing to be in the party should Rive their names to the captain, Mr. G. Facer. Associate members should get into touch with their secretary. The draw and order of starting for the choice 9 holes, to be played next Saturday, is: L. Seyffer, R. Young; J. Eastburn, R. Walker; W. Eastburn H. McGrath; H. Herd, H. Anderson; L. Pears, R. Rauch; J. Morris, K. For rester; R. Hopkins, G. Jones. ASSOCIATES Last week's competition (secret partner) was won by Misses Carter and Campbell. ' The monthly medal will be plaved on Saturday, the draw being: .Mrs. Fraser v. Mrs. Gowans, Miss Bice v Miss Hewle...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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AMBULANCE ACTIVITIES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

AMBULANCE ACTIVITIES October 9th: William Ware was walking on the bridge when he was struck by a car, sustaining lacerations and abrasions to knees, right fore arm, . and shock. He was picked up by the driver of the car and taken to Bridge Road Hospital. On Sunday he was conveyed by ambulance to Berry Hospital. In spite of repeated warnings in the Press throughout the State, the, dan gerous practice continues of bundling injured persons into cars (thereby further endangering the lives of the injured persons), instead of sending for skilled assistance, which is at the service of the public at all times. A simple fracture is made compound with careless handling, and internal injuries are complicated. Ernest Oreen -12); of Falls Creefc, was cutting wood at his home when the axe slipped, striking h|m on t¥e foot, causing an incised wound to the right, foot. First-aid was xehderea, and he was conveyed to the doctor, thence to his home. ; 10th: What might have been a. serious accident occ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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HOW AND WHY BIRDS MIGRATE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

? *?»--??«*??-?»? .♦?,»»-» e ? « ? ? » o ? ? o « «j» » ? o * * ? ? ?? ? * HOW AND WHY BIRDS MIGRATE (BY 'FREELANCE'). Naturalists have written about, and savants have marvelled at, what, they ' are pleased to describe as the MYfc-'- ! TEKY of bird migration. AH agree i that it is marvellous that birds are! nb!e, at or near the same time yeany, | to migrate to the same districts anrij follow the same route that their pro-; ucnitors have followed throughout the AH things that happen regularly in tli is world follow a rule. When an ar r.idrnt happens it is because this rule lias been flouted. The old adage: 'There is an exception to every rulo,' is untrue. A rule can have NO ex ception. If there were an exception,) it would not be a rule. It is a rv!e. that lire will burn healthy flesh, ami were every person in this world to put hjs or her healthy finder of fie;.h in the fire, burning would follow. When mine man comes along, and, pulling his linger in the fire, receives 210 hurl theref...

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

It's full } of thrills | Dear Mary Jane, 1 I love him, but sometimes I could § smack him. My husband, of course. I I've changed my face powder. I now § use Powder Charmosan. It makes my | skin' look awfully pretty, charming § and young. ji Men notice me more, now. He s doesn't seem to like it. Between our- ! i selves I'm THRILLED. What would | YOU do ia ,a situation like this?' | CECILIA. 1 Dear Cecilia, l I Very intriguing. I'd do nothing. I'd | await developments. Yes, I've heard = a lot about Powder Charmosan.' Mary 5 Jane. | Powder Charmosan has a secret. In i it alone. It imparts charm, youth, 1 beauty that lasts all day. | Charmosan I face powder j from Paris I Immense sale. All shades and sun- f tan. Big box 2/6. Everywhere. § P.S. ^orie up the muscles of your | face, neck and chest and get rid of I that sagging flesh by regular massage 1 with Charmosan* Cold Cream. Boudoir f jars 2/6.; Tubes ±3/-. Everywhere*-. I

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

APPEAL COURT The Land Court, with His Honor Judge Roper presiding, sat in Nowia on Thursday, for the purpose of heat ing appeals in connection with, tne municipal valuations. There was a big batch of appeals lodged, but some were withdrawn, and many were settled satisfactorily prior to the opening of the Court at a friendly conference between the parties. Those withdrawn were appeals lodged by Woodhills' Ltd., Estate J. Tyrell. Messrs. S. Gyde, J. M. Reynolds, J. A. Cole,- and A. Lee-Simpson. Agree ments were arrived at in the follow ing cases, where special circumstances were brought under the notice of the valuer:— Messrs. Cole, W. P. Watson, H. P. Halloran and Co., S. Gyde. R. Selby, J. Ison. P. J. Glanville, E. Ken nedy, Bealman, D. McMillan. Mrs. Hardiman, and Mrs. Bolstad. Maud Oliver appealed against the valuation of £270— £2/10/- per foot on her property in lower JunctiGU street. Mr. H. L. Oliver appeared for Mis. Oliver, and Mr. E. J. Hooke (barris ter) for the Valuer-Gener...

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GREENWELL PT. & PYREE PYREE LITERARY INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

GREENWELL PT. & PYREE {From Our Own Correspondent). PYREE LITERARY INSTITUTE The monthly meeting of the Pyree Literary Institute was held on Mon day night of last week. The Presi dent (Mr. M. Ryan) was in the chair. Arrangements are being made with Berry Minstrel Club for an entertain ment to be given by that body on a future date. Mr. Jack Caffery resigned as secre tary of the Institute, owing to exist ing circumstances making it difficult for him to attend. The President stated he was very sorry to move that Mr. Caffery's resignation be accepted, which was seconded by Mr. L. Leaney. Before the motion was put, Mr. Caf fery stated he could not see his way clear to carry on the secretarial job. The motion was carried. The- President said he had great pleasure in nominating Mr. Artie Smith to fill the vacancy, and refer red to his past services as secretary of the Institute. He was pleased that Mr. Smith would accept the position. Mr. F. McCormick endorsed the Presi dent's rem...

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P. & C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

P. & C. ASSOCIATION The usual monthly meeting of the Nowra P. and C. Association was held in the Nowra I.H. School on Wednes day last, Rev. J. H. G. Auld, B.A. i President) in the chair. ? BUSINESS FROM MINUTES The secretary reported she had written to Nowra Council, as instruct ed, asking them to take steps to es tablish an efficient Town Band. As there had only been a small meeting of the Council at which the letter was read, the Council had decided to dis cuss the matter later at a full meet ing. HONOR BOARD Mr. Mulholland reported that at a meeting of the Teachers' Federation it had been decided to hold an exhi bition of school work later on. The headmaster thought it would be W good thing if the students were to make two honor boards and put them in the exhibition. It was suggested ' that the P. and C. Association and the ex-students' movement pay for ma terial. Mrs. Auld moved that the honor boards be left to Mr. Mulhol land, and that the P. and C. em power him to purc...

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

. CURRARONG ? rv_ . (From Our Own Correspondent). A very enjoyable night was spent on Thursday, when a surprise party was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. C. Moore, of Currarong. Many Sydney visitors were among the guests, and cards and games were indulged in, for wmen prizes were given. After an enjoyable supper and the singing of Auld Lang Syne, the guests departed, feeling well content with their night out. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. F. Jones, of North Sydney, along with their friend, Mr. Wheeler, are holidaying at Currarong. * ? * * The Nowra Fishing Club had their deep-sea fishing expedition at Curra rong last Sunday. A few fair-sized schnapper were caught, but friend weather was in a fickle modd, and spoilt what promised to be a good day.

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

MILITIA NOTES Corporals Glass and Cooke have re cently returned from a most instruc tive course in all branches of infantry training. They speak most glowingly of the fine times they had, of the great pleasure of meeting and talking with men. N.C.O.'s and officers from other centres and units, and are both unanimous in giving unstinted praise to the various instructors for their keenness and efficiency. The training embraced both day and night opera lions, and at a recent parade the members of the unit were very inter ested in a lecture dealing with some aspects of the course. There will be further opportunities for members to attend .similar schools of instruction, and there is sure to be a rush of ap plicants, as they are fine holidays as well as most instructive experience in every way. a * * * The Nowra detachment of 'A' Company, 34th BattLuion, has been fn'-:;rai with permission to hold u week-end bivouac on 6th and 7th Novvmbtr next, Manners of the Ivi amn .section have been i...

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

BOWLING NOTES (By 'Wrong Bias'). Nowra A players did well on Satur day afternoon, defeating Berry in the A Pennant play on Nowra green by 8 points, thus whining the southern sec tion of the competition. The weather was damp enough at times to be un~ nleasant. hut nn serious rain fell dur ing the course of play. Bert Wood hill held his own against Secretary Hale, scores being even at 26 all. 'Watty' allowed the well-known 'Cheg' to defeat him by 5 points. Harry Adlington was the hero of the day, his rink defeating Os Wait's by 13 points, leaving Nowra a win on the aggregate of 8. All the Nowra bowlers were delighted to see Joe Faulks turn out in his whites for A Pennant play. It was quite like old times. Two greens were taken by by B rinks engaged in a friendly tussle. The solicitor captained a rink against the butter expert, who was the loser on the afternoon's play by over 20 points. The game was by no means so uneven as the figures show, and the butter man himself was playing righ...

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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

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

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

CRICKET SPLASHES (By 'French Cut'). Atnoi Agar had bad luck against All Saints, losing his wicket when 2 runs short of the coveted century. His form early in the season discloses that he is the Bannerman of Berry. All Saints suffered their first defeat this season against Berry. Members Diame oaa neiamg, oad this and something else. Churchmen, remem ber it will be a great tonic. Reub. McGuire has a lengthy record as a player in Shoalhaven cricket. He still loves the game, and lias his sons —bigger than himself— and his grand children to urge him, oh. Reub., at one stage of his qareer, had four con secutive 'ducks,' but only received 3 bowls. . How's this for left-handed bata men? Pyree-Wandandian match had 16— Pyree 9, Wahdandian 7. Brighter cricket? -What's that? Meroo's opening , batsmen against Cambewarra played 11 maiden overs consecutively. What a shock! The U.S.W. Cricket Associtlon cutting Shoalhaven out of Country Week, but -allowing Shoal haven's next door Association in wi...

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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

For the Continued Progress and proper DEFENCE of Australia .... If you want the wonderful progress Australia has made in the last five years to continue -r- if, in addition, you want Australia to pursue a Defence Policy that will keep aggressors away from our shores, then you wiU vote for Perkins next Saturday. For Perkins stands' -four square behind the Lyons Government; behind the programme for the con tinued development of Australia, which will bring real and lasting benefits to every section of the people; behind its Defence Policy of Empire Co operation, which assures us of Great Britain's pro tection in any emergency. - Vote for Perkins instead of Labour's insane -policy of isolation in Defence; for sound schemes of ex tended social services instead of Labour's empty promises of 'money for nothing'. HOW TO FILL IN YOUR | BALLOT PAPERS NEXT | SATURDAY ? I For EDEN-MONARO Vote: | ,|J] ALLEIVG. R; I ^ SI PERKINS, j.a. For the SENATE Vote: I sARKINS, J.G.D. | s HALL, dr. ? $ DO HA...

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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

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

WHY BE Bilious', When Dt* Morses Indian Root Pills are Obtainable One of the most distressing troubles a person can endure is biliousness. It is depressing to the spirits and demoralising to the entire system. The person so afflicted is scarcely able to work or take an interest in anything. This is because the sewers of the body are clogged and need, flushing out. The* bile is turned from its proper channel, enters the' blood and produces that peculiar cast of complexion. The sufferer may be very restless, un easy or sleepless at night, or perhaps the slumber is lethargic and dull. There are usually dull pains, uneasiness under the right side and shoulder blades, a- bitter taste in the mouth, sudden dizzi ness on rising, furred tongue, bowels loose one day and constipated the next. All or any of these symptoms may ac company the bilious condition, and while so afflicted the patient's life is scarcely worth living. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills relieve this trouble speedily. They sti...

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

BOMADERRY -From Our Own Correspondent) . Rain! The fields are white with clover, and the milk supply is going up rapidly. The reservoir is practical ly finished, and the dam across Bomaderry Creek is nearing comple tion. There will be no more water famines when the present reticulated area is linked up with the new scheme. * ? * * Our cricketers put up a good fight against the Nowra firsts. The scores were: Nowra 278, Bomaderry 204. Oke was Bomaderry's star performer, with 86 not out. * * ? * Fishing is again the order of the day for week-ends. eW noticed E. Read and some friends with a good catch . last Friday. Blackfish won't look at green weed, as the river is simply teeming with it. Nothing * short of a flood will induce the 'niggers' to go back to the weed. Sand worms are the only bait they'll take. * * * ? Bomaderry Social Club is running a special dance on 4th November up at Cambewarra. The members are looking forward to the completion of the local hall. * * * * General Lulu ...

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