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

It costs you fthf ? \ to learn how good JJ ^;Sy| the McCormick-Deering -y£~gjj£lL iMHff cream separator is . . /^^^S^B|fn|^»e- Ask your McCormlck-Dcering agent «B^^H[ to bring a machine to your farm for ^BpIoIH^kR demonstration without obligation. yQ\ fli!9flfcvV Six sizes — 35 to 150 gallons ? Every ml IIlWtetBl\\ size a genuine ball-bearing machine, ral nMHVVA INTERHATIOHAL HARVESTER COMPANY JH|||I 511 PYRIWONT BRIDGE ROAD.CAMPERDOWN, SYDNEY jSRSfilfiSSBSk i Local Agent t K. O. HARRISON, Nowra BIIV TOKO HA MA OR SIGHTSEEING I X .LONDON! Wherever' you may go throughout Australian .'abroad' you will appreciate the safety and convenience .of. Bank of New South Wales Travellers* Cheques., These cheques arc honoured throughout the Vorld. ^ , They arc cashed by all banks jiand by' the- principal 'shipping aud railway companies*. hotels, stores,, tourist) ! (offices, etc., everywhere.. 'r 'The Bank's Travellers'1 Cheques are issued in amounts of ' '£2, £5 and £10, each cheque bearing a s...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE GARDEN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

THE GARDEN XBy Our Special Gardening Expert). Now that spring time has fairly ar rived, gardeners are in for a much better time than when weather con ditions cramped our style and caused us to mark time with our sowings and plantings. Daffodils and other early spring flowering bulbs have had their day, j and must now give way to ixias, irises, ' gladioli, sparaxis, and other kinds which usually take the place of the earlier flowering varieties. I From now onwards, roses clothe ! themselves in all their spring beauty. I Help them to keep up the trood work j by watering the beds thoroughly and ? regularly, and also by giving the j ? plants some assistance in the manner j of liquid manure made from Flora- I phos or some other quick acting fer tiliser. Faded flowers should be cut from the trees, taking a long stem j ?with each bloom, and cutting to a ! point just above a wood bud that is pointing outwards and away from the centre of the bush. Seek out the dahlia clumps from j where they...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

Just what she wanted She went into a shop and said: — 'I want a jar of the very best face cream made.' 'That,' said the assistant, 'is Creme Charmosan.' 'Is it very good?' 'So good,' was the reply, 'that it is selling in THOUSANDS.' 'I want a cream,' she continued, 'that will make my skin look nicer, and younger, and, I hope, prettier.' 'I understand perfectly.' 'Of course,' with a smile, 'I'm no*, young, but I want to LOOK younger.' 'Charmosan will delight you.' 'And for this weather?' 'Wonderful.' 'Does it hold powder nicely?' 'So perfectly, that great film and stage stars use nothing else.' 'How nice. Well, THEY ought to know. Thanks: I'll take a jar.' Creme Charmosan for skin youth Greaseless. Big jar for your dress ing table 2/6; Handbag tube l/-. Sold everywhere.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

ST. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION The Bolong First Aid Class sat for the examination in the various sub jects, at Bolong, on Monday, 11th Oc tober, Dr. F. A. Rodway being the ex amining doctor. The following can didates passed with full marks:— First Year Certificate: Misses Edna Henry, Joyce Henry, Heather McClel land, Hazel Dodd, May Chittick, Messrs. O. McClelland, W. Smith, S. McDonald. Second Year Voucher: Messrs. H Henry, G. Martin, J. Martin. Third Year Medallion: Mrs. D. Hall, Miss Mollie Rauch, Messrs. C. Hall, R. Reeves, B. Webb, R. Coulson, T. Ryan, V. Smith. Fourth Year Label: Mr. C. Ginns. At the conclusion of the examina tion the ladies set out a dainty sup per, which was very much appreci ated by all. Mr. T. Ryan, president of the class, moved a vote of thanks to Dr. Rod way for the fair manner in which he had conducted the examination, and to Supt. Dalton for instructing the class and imparting the knowledge which had enabled members to pass the tests set out. Mr. C. Gi...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAKE YOUR PICK ALSO GET TWO FREE PACKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

TAKE YOUR PICK ALSO GET TWO FREE PACKETS This is the season when you want some seeds, but as Shepherd's do not know your wants, they ask you to pick out 10 threepenny packets for 2/6, and two free ones (making 12 in all), post free. Big Zinnias, Mixed Pumpkin, Mixed Tomatoes, Crego Asters, Mixed Water Melons, Snapdragons, Phlox, Calen dula, Mignonette, Mixed Rock Melon, Mixed Portulacca, or any other kinds available in 3d packets. All are special Shepherd quality, and each packet contains the very best value we can give.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POLITICAL SITUATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

THE POLITICAL SITUATION So far as this district is concerned, it has not heard much of the political candidates for Edon-Monaro. On Wednesday night, Mr. J. A, Perkins, ihe present member, and the Hon. Mr, Martin, State Minister for Jus tivc, addressed a meeting from the steps ol the Nowra post-omce, and put the case very strongly from the U.A.P. point of view to a compara tively small gathering of electors. The nif'ht was damp, light rain falling, and this fact no doubt accounted for t ho small attendance. Mr. Thomas Marriott, one of the oldest members of the local branch of the U.A.P. and a leading figure in the political as well as the civic life of the community, occupied the chair, MR. MARTIN'S VIEWS Mr. Martin was the first speaker, isiid as a representative member of Hie party, he gave a full and interest ing account of the fine work carried out by the Lyons-Page Government, composed of U.A.P. and U.C.P. Minis tons, dealing with the unsatisfactory position in which Australia w...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

TTIifr ITT T^^TW p ^1 MOTOR BODY BUILDER. PHONE 42. IJ.1V1. MjL \* %JSlLjL H| |J trimming, upholstering, duco-spraying. m KINGHORN ST., NOWRA high-class work — expert workmen.

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

— — =— =i HAROLD MANION SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, AND PROCTOR BANK OF N.S.W. PREMISES JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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GAVE THE WRONG NAME [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

GAVE THE WRONG NAME At the Nowra Police Court, on Wed I nesday, Charles Murphy, who did not ; put in an appearance, was charged ? 1 with giving an untrue name and ad ' ' dress and place of abode when ques i tioned by the police. Sergt. Cahill deposed: About 11 a.m. on Sunday last he visited the Hotel Nowra, and went through the lounge room and into the bar; there were a number of men in the bar, in cluding defendant; he said to defen dant, 'What is your name?' he re plied, 'Sullivan;' asked if he was a traveller, he said yes — that he came from Port Kembla; asked how he came to Nowra, he said, 'I rode be hind another chap on a motor bike;' asked him who the other chap was, and he said, 'A man named Jackson;' asked where he was then, and defen dant said he had gone up the street; I asked him, 'Have you anything with ! 3rou to verify your name and ad dress?' he said 'No;' witness said to I him, 'I'm quite satisfied you are not telling me the truth; if you rode from ! the Port on a mot...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A VALUABLE TEA SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

A VALUABLE TEA SERVICE Some weeks ago the following para graph (together with a photograph of the set) appeared in the Sydney 'Sun': — 'A unique service of Rock inghame tea and coffee cups, of which all are still intact, belongs to Profes sor anti Mrs. C. E. Lamble. It is in sured for £500 and is kept in a special corner cupboard.' Mrs. Rodway, of Nowra, who is her self the possessor of a most valuable collection of all kinds of antiques, noticing the above, wrote to Professor Lamble, informing him that she be lieved she had a similar service in her own collection, brought from England by her great grand-parents in 1841, 1 and inviting his inspection. The pro fessor promptly replied that, unfor tunately, he was on the point of leav ing for the Old C.ountry, but would be delighted to interview Mrs. Rodway on his return. Only those who have had the privi lege of seeing Mrs. Rod way's price less collection can realise its beauty. Mr. Rainsford Shepherd, President of the Berry A. and H....

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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WANDANDIAN v. TOMERONG [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

WANDANDIAN v. TOMERONG Wandandian.— 1st Innings ? 298 TOMERONG.— 1st Innings. A. McGuire, run out ? s A. Barham, c Hayward, b Brack enridge ? 4 R. Wrightson, b O. McCarthy .... 10 W. Brownett, b Walsh ? 12 C. Thomason, c Mathie, b O. Mc Carthy ? 56 J. Benfleld, b Walsh ? 8 W. Wrightson, b O. McCarthy .... 2 N. Parnell, not out ..:.? ? lo R. Black, c O. McCarthy, b Walsh 4 J. McGuire, c B. McCarthy, b O. McCarthy ? ? ? 8 Sundries ? 6 Total ? 128 TOMERONG.— 2nd Innings. A. McG«irer-b O. McCarthy ? 5 C. Thomason, b Mathie ? 15 A. Barham, c McCarthy, b O. Mc Carthy ? .... .... » ? 9 W. Brownett, b O. McCarthy .... 29 J. Benfleld, c Mathie, bO. McCarthy 0 W. Wrightson, b Walsh ? 2 J.. McGuire, b Walsh ? o N. Parnell,. jiot put ? l R. Black, st Hayward, b McCarthy o Sundries ? li Total .... ? 72 - Wandandian won outright by an innings and 98 runs.

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

D»D«o»o»o»o»D»r-«3»o*p»o«o»o»C!»o»o»o«o»-»o»o»oeo»o»o«o«o«r ?S 2* as- . .« s| It Pays to Protect Your Property. ?! | IS THE BEST PROTECTION S8 S| ? H H Employ an Experienced Painter. §§ §f ' * See First 88 f| Decorative Paper Hanger Is, *& Home Decorations^ g H Sign Writing Specialised, *| p . Advice Free. s || WORRIGEE STREET, NOWRA I in AVOID BAD CLEANSING AT CALVING TIE (ffjj| jWfjrt~fif ' Bad cleansing is a source of great trouble and is caused \fm ¥ S^M 1 flBfflPfrBHf i-X membranes remaining in the uterus and decomposing, 4i f^H^fi^E I @frjrXT3| . causing inflammation ; often 'blood poisoning. P^VV ] 'i™*1 ' * This condition leads to a diminished milk supply, 111 health * flgJLJhiJi I J ... ? . | and even loss of the cow— all because proper attention was not I T I paid to the cow at calving time. Avoid this risk by spending f a few shillings on ^gjsBfcroMnmtfuaiii*!!*... ? - SYKES'S DRENCH i ? Profit by the experience of the successful onei. Start thii season ; ? ? ? dr...

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BURRIER v. BERRY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

BURRIER v. BERRY Burrier. — 1st Innings ? 147, BERRY.— 1st Innings. T. Ltdbetter, c Forsyth, b Leslie 2 J. Blissett, c Chandler, b Grady 5 N. Crawford, c and b Chandler .... 37 L. Gillam, Ibw, b Thomson ? 7 J. Blow, c Leslie, b Thomson .... 0 K. McDonnell, b Thomson ? 21 N. Henry, b Prosser ? 48 — Watson, not out ? 21 — Foreman., not out ? 27 Sundries ? 13 Seven wickets for ? .... 181 Berry won on the first innings by 3 wickets and 34 runs.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATURE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

NATURE NOTES (Contributed). !| Last week we noted the pre- 5 £ sence of the thick deposits of ; ?| sandstone rock which form the { ^foundation of the topography of \ % this district. We found that this \ g rock is composed of grains of { ?? sand, sometimes very fine grams, g ss and in other places coarse grains. Si S Also there are water-worn pebbles si ?*i aiid fossil shells to be accounted § ?? for. These sandstone strata are |i 2? over 1000 ft. thick, and they covet .gj ?is a large area. Where did ail these *j £? sand grains and pebbles come § a? from? £ ?* It is necessary in attempting |i 2? an explanation of matters that si £ cannot be directly observed, to » ?s make certain assumptions. And s; s* it is always wise, in suggesting s ?1 causes, to adopt the simplest pos- ? 2* sible theory, and to assume that ?. 5$ what can be seen around us at % ?Z the present time is likely to have ? v» been happening in the same f- ?j manner in past ages. ? Ti If one examines the sea shore g 2*...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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MEROO v. CAMBEWARRA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

MEROO y. CAMBEWARKA Cambewarra.— 1st Inn. (6 wkts,, dec.) for ..- ? , ? .... .... .... 302 MERGOi— 1st Innings. L, Pheeney, c and b 'Vitiier .... .... 21 N. Midler, st Wilson, b Vidler .... 19 H. Keene, b L. Goodger .... ? B R. Sharman, c and b Goodger .... 0 A. Tetley, c R. Wilson, b Goodger 0 T. Ryan, b Goodger ? ? 4 H. Howlett, b Goodger ? 10 B. Abernethy, run out ? 3 K. Abemethy, c Porsyth, b Goodger 0 B. Wiley, not out ? 8 C. Debenham, b Goodger ? 3 Sundries ? 12 Total .... ? 88 MEROO.— 2nd Innings. L. Pheeney, not out ? 29 N. Muller, b Vidler ? 12 H. Keene, c Moore, b Goodger .... 4 R. Sharman, not out ? 45 Sundries ? 11 Two wickets for ? 101 Cambewarra' won on the first in nings by 214 runs.

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

PEOPLE SAY That on Saturday next electors have the opportunity of deciding which political party shall control the destinies of Australia for the next three years. That apart from the compulsory voting provision, it behoves every elector to record his or her vote as conscience dictates. That the vital problem to this coun try in the present state of world tur moil, is that of defence and Empire solidarity. That in the event of another world war, Australia is not in a position to stand alone and adequately defend herself. That the party which advocates the best defence policy is the one with the greatest claim to public support. That the future destiny of the Com monwealth of Australia may possibly be decided on the battlefields of Europe. That the spoils belong to the victor, and this sparsely populated country offers to 'a powerful invader one of the greatest, territorial prizes in his tory. That 'Crick' Dignam is gaining a State-wide prominence by his capture of a 41b black bream....

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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CRICKET COMPETITION TABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

CRICKET ? u ? COMPETITION TABLE A GRADE ! Numbaa, 21; Pyree, 19; Wandan dian. 16; All Saints, 15; Bomatierry, 12; Nowra, 9; Berry, 8. B GRADE Cambewarra, 27; Pyree, 19; Ktmga roo Vailey, 18; Wandandian, 16, Nowra Methodist. 18; Berry, 10; Tomurong, 10, Meroo, 8; Burrier, 2.

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

lp%j|3/ lo the Bright MBJaTd?^ Young Things VrflHNflHr' Vl8lt Us aild ^8 \\^mm^^^^|m| Lilt/ Dulal LuoL 1X1x1 AigfflHH&F% Slub and Silk ^ui^^w Sports Frccj(s Our Range of Millinery Cannot be Ex- -*~^Mjfe celled for Smart ^^^^^^s Designs and - - ^S^^SJ^^^- Low Prices. ^^^W^^ r V' ^%^/ New Gramophone o°^^^S^^^^t^-s. - Saturn Straws '^Ttt^'1'?^ Keenly rncea -^ W /r^ BASHES ~^% JUNCTION ST., NOWRA O* R!SSS5gS88S3S8S!8!8SBSSSS!8KS^ DID YOU SEE | Three Wise Guys J HEWLETT'S I THE MEN'S STORE | Isb the Season's | Newest Sports Togs 1 Phone 165 89 JUNCTION STREET |

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

PASTURE COMPETITION Mr. J. W. Henry informs us that it was stated in error in last issue thac the pasture competition in connection, with the Shoalhaven A. and H. Asso ciation was confined to junior far mers. That is not so. The competi tion is open to all farmers within the police district of Shoalhaven. Intend ing competitors should note that en tries close on 31st December, 1937, and judging must take place on or before 7th January, 1938. The prizes are £2/12/6 first, £1 second, and 11/6 third.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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B GRADE METHODIST v. KANGAROO V. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

B GRADE METHODIST V. KANGAROO V. TC. ~-Valley?*-lst innings v^t .;.. '?'?„.; 1S8 METHODIST.— 1st Innings. M. Walker, h.o.w.,,b Beveridge „.. . 29 '- A* Henry, b Bbsesell ;... ...« ;..?;-.... ?..:. 24 L. Walker, b Oke ? ? 11 B. Barron, b Beverldge ? .... 21 W. Tickle, c Herne, b Beveridge 2 A. Newton, b Boxsell .... ? .... 14 K. Crawford, b Beveridge ? 8 R. Jacobs, b Boxsell .'. ? 1 J. Clifford, not out .... ? 0 J. Crawford, b Oke ? li H. Henry, b Beveridge .,.; ? 6 Sundries ? 9 .Total ? , ? 136 Bowling: Beveridge, 5-32;' BoxseU, 3-51; Oke. 2-21. K. VALLEY.— 2nd Innings. P. Butler, c and b Barron ? 8 G. Clempson, not out ? 21 L. BoxseU, b Barron .... .... „?. .... 16 A. Herrie; b Barron ? ? 2 J. Baldy; b Barron ; ? ». 2 Ai/Oke, not out ? ? 24 Sundries .... ? .'. is ^ Four wickets JOr :.:.\'m\'£?&$° Bowling: B. Barron; 4-15.

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