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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

In his policy speech Mr. Lyons pro mised an expansion of the maternity allowance to £7/10/- for the fourth and each subsequent child. This was the chief of several measures pro posed to solve the population problem and to evidence the Government's policy of providing for the welfare of mothers and children.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

T ¥ 1/kffl U ¥ T &*** V F C! M0T0R B0DY BUILDER- PH0NE 4Z* I Al/lfJL JOL ^J ^JjEa Us kP trimming, upholstering, duco-spraying. 24 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA high-class work — expert workmen. :

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

ASSOCIATES The competition for Saturday, next will be choice 9 (play 18), with the draw as follows:— Miss Carter v. Mrs. f£^er. Mrs. Sutton v mss Robson Miss Gilbert v. Miss Morisori, Mrs. Young v. Miss Campbell, Mrs. Oliver v. Mrs. Rauch, Mrs. Forrester v. Miss Rolfe, Mrs. Hewlett v. Miss Bice, Missi Hewlett v. Mrs. Gbwans.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VALUABLE TIMBER—OR WASTE LAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

VALUABLE TIMBER-OR WASTE LAND jftfc A witness at the Kangaroo Valley \d Shire Appeal Court, on Wednesday, ?who claimed to be an expert valuer, gave it as his opinion that there was an average of 5 mlllable trees to the acre on an area of 800 odd acres, and that the trees would be worth £l eacn at stump. Yet his estimate of the vr'vi of the land for rating purposes w = ?! ner acre. Mr. U. K. Walsh, '««al knowledge extending over disagreed with this view, ,ed the value of the land ,ne outside, the commercial ne timber being assessed by '6^per acre. If the infie valuer was anywhere near k, it is only a simple compu o arrive at the conclusion that nber on the land in question : be worth'something like £4000. .?ently the S.M. didn't work out urn for himself, for he assessed ralue of the land in dispute at per acre. *.'he Toolijooa Parents and Citizens' Association have purchased a very fine piano, which will add greatly to the enjoyment of the social evenings which it is hoped to hold fr...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OURSELVES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

OURSELVES With this issue the 'Shoalhavcn News' is published in a new form and under a new proprietary. The busi ness of the Pioneer Press of Shoal haven has been acquired by Messrs. Cecil and Ray Rauch, who will m future figure as proprietors. Believing that one good weekly journal is pre amble to two inferior ones, we have) ?ided to limit our publication to one -1 week. We are retaining the ?' the oldest established paper district— 'The Shoalhavcn New , ' ich will henceforth be publiFht*. ch Wednesday morning. The new journal will for the time be ing consist of 10 pages. We have hopes of increasing the size as time jroe.s on. but that, of course, will de pend on the measure of support ac corded us. For our part, we will do our best to produce a newspaper that will prove worthy of this great p.nci growing district We have purchased a practically new equipment, and in the selection we have given due con sideration to all the latest ideas that1 apply to the printing' trade, in order ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOWRA SHOWGROUND COPY OF AGREEMENT WITH TRUSTEES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

NOWRA SHOWGROUND COPY OF AGREEMENT WITH TRUSTEES ' Whereas by a resolution passed by the Trustees of the grant of 17 acres of land at Nowra, dedicated for Pu*o lic Recreation and Show Ground, per mission was granted to the Agricul tural and Horticultural Association to erect upon a portion of the said grant an exhibition building, yards for, cattle, etc. Now, we the Trustees appointed under the beforementioned giant, do hereby confirm the above resolution and approve or trie said Association having the right to erect such build ings and yards, etc., as they may deem necessary with the control ana management thereof, and power to make charges for admission to the j^ enclosure upon which they are erects cd during the time their exhibittoni: are being held, provided that the said ground and premises are used only In accordance with the tenor and mean ing of the terms of dedication in the said grant mentioned and that at aU times the ground shall be open* for public uses when the above ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
To The Dairy Farmers of the Shoalhaven District [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

To The Dairy Farmers of the Shoalhaven District (BY 'FREELANCE'). 'You may talk of toiling navvies in a railway-cutting gang, You may say the men work hard who strike a drill, You may praise the burly bushmen whose great mauls and axes rang As they toiled for railway sleepers or the mill; But let me tell you they're in clover, and should thank their special luck — When they think of us, they'll know the reason why, Who must milk for town and factory often ankle deep in muck. From before the dawn till stars are in the sky.' When I was a little lad with folly on my lips, I attended a Sunday school in a far western village. There I learned that Cain, after his scurvy trick on Farmer Abel, which made him the first murderer, went to 'The Land of Nod' and builded a city which he named 'Enoch,' after his first-born son. Now, it also happened that our local public school-teacher had been giving us lessons on: 'How towns were formed at certain places,' and he went to great pains to show us t...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NOWRA MUSICAL & DRAMATIC SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

NOWRA MUSICAL & DRAMATIC SOCIETY The first performance by the new Nowra Musical and Dramatic Society will take place shortly at the Nowra School of Arts. The date tentatively fixed is Tuesday, November 9th, and the show should be a good one. worthy of the efforts the producer, Mrs. Eric Miller, and the enthusiasts who have stood by the Society, have been making. The programme will muiuue a wo-acs comeay witn music. 'The Dumb Waiter,' which is being produced by arrangement with Mr. Will Andrade, the Sydney representa tive of the American copyright holders, and two short one-act farce comedies, 'The Winner' and 'Grains of Truth,' as well as other items as lurtain-raisers, etc. Thurgate's or ihestra is assisting, and the Society hopes that this first show will prove that it is a worthy successor to the aid Musical Society which was so suc jessful here in the twenties and be fore, ?'? .',

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

BOWLING NOTES V'4 (By 'Wrong Bias'). Two teams of B. players have been i chosen to represent Nowra in the B. j Pennants. In No. 1 team the follow ing have been selected: Sutton, Hol loway. Oliver, Auld; Carrall, Bourne, Hughes, Heine. No. 2 team consists of: Spencer, Templeton, Hollins, Mitchell; Connolly, Basha, Gowans, Stoner. * ♦ * ♦ These rinks will play ofi* on Satur day afternoon next, 9th instant. Players are requested to bo on the green by 2 o'clock. There was a splendid roll-up of bowlers on Saturday last. One game iii the pairs competition was played, Basha and Lee-Simpson meeting Spencer and Armstrong. 'Pop' play ed an excellent lead, and the man from Ceylon was playing right on top of his form for some time, but wont off later. The tailor's game was quite suitable for one of his railing —'patchy: but Hillcrest was .sending: them down in fine style, and deserved to win. Scores were: Bnshn and Lee Simpson 13, Spencer and Armstrong 16. ' ♦ $ * * The minister captained a rin...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JERVIS BAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

JERVIS BAY '. (From Our Own Correspondent). Despite tlie unpropitlous weather prospect, there was a goodly influx of visitors to Jervis Bay for the opening ' holiday of the summer season. i Quite a few of the best known i members of the big game angling j fraternity came along to do some , early prospecting, keeping in mind the big events of interest to them in connection with the 150th anniver sary celebrations. Staying at Links House were Messrs. Max Lawson and Milton Kent. At The Quarter Deck were Messrs. Les. Wink worth, D. J. Baldwin, Ted and Jack Hunt; while Dr. Bruce Hittman was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunne. Mr. Fred Layer was, of course, j down at his cottage. j In view of the fact that a Big Game I Angling Club has recently been form- j ed at Jervis Bay, the visit of so many j head-liners of the angling world was j very gratifying. i Big game fishing is now definitely j one of Australia's major attractions for overseas sportsmen, so it might ! be mentioned here jus...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

FARM SEEDS LUCERNE: Special seed cleaned by us. High germination. 1/6} per lb, 1001b at 1/6 per lb. JAPANESE MILLET: Plump 1st grade seed. 3d per lb; 22/6 cwt. SUDAN: Grown under Govern ment supervision. 4id per lb; 39/ cwt. Freight extra. Cash with order. Prices quoted subject to sales and market fluctuation, so order promptly. Saccaline, Early Orange Sorghum, Couch, Paspalum, Rhodes and a, full range of other seeds on hand. It will pay you to get our prices. P. L. C. SHEPHERD & SON, LTD. Postal Address: Box 3608 S, G.F.O., ._ ? SYDNEY

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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PRESBYTERIAN EMPIRE FAIR FINANCIAL RESULT AFFECTED BY RAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

PRESBYTERIAN EMPIRE FAIR FINANCIAL RESULT AFFECTED BY RAIN An Empire Fair, arranged by the ladies connected with the Presby terian Church of Shoalhaven, was held -in the School of Arts, Nowra, on Thursday and Friday last. The hall was tastefully decorated with stalls representing the various parts of the British Empire, the color scheme be ing red, white and blue, with floral designs of the same colors. These stalls were laden with all kinds of work carried out by a band of willing workers, and with vegetables, plants and flowers, sweets, drmks, and re freshments on the stage. The front of the stage was draped with the Union Jack, and on the back wall was a photo of the King surrounded by the Australian flag. The stalls were In charge of willing workers and supervisors, who were very attentive to patrons, of whom there were a great number on Thursday afternoon and at night. Owing to rain falling on Friday afternoon, the attendance was not so large, but still a fair busi ness was tra...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

.Speedwell is Australia's most popular cycle because it's AtiKirulinV greatest cycle value. Everlastingly Guaranteed. l^adicH and Gcih'h Models from £7/19/6 or low deposit anil very easy terms. K. 0. HARRISON, SPEEDWELL AGENT, NOWRA CLIFTON'Sod'^fa^i/eRICE STARCH '^L^f^j^t \ ff ^sorics depend for their dainty I I J^'-''m':^kk freshness upon faultless laundering. I * Only the highest grade starch can impart that satin-smooth, clear, unblemished finish — and this perfection of quality is found in Clifton's Lilywhttc Rice Starch. One packet will convince you of its undoubted quality. CLIFTON'S c£i£uutfiile RICE STARCH Sold bv f^B'Hpfrl EVERYWHERE REACH //^^andOEl IT/ OUT FOR J5WN. ^^^^,. CQMFOFmS^^P^*^'^ N-fal Raby Powder is the ? ^jffiW yj.^g^f^ only baby powder which tdffir 1^# *jftw$*?W\ contains 'Alphozpne.' Alpho^-- ?'*' fL « / ^Pxal /»^ L \ zone Prevents moisture from ^W $»%&& Wtir vT3^ dialing baby's tender?skm and ^ij*^. *fir W1^ JL ) ensures skin comfort. Clini...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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PEOPLE SAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

PEOPLE §AY That the Nowra^Shoalhaven Ama teur Fishing Club made an auspicious start in the new season. That the aggregate catch of 49 bream, of a total weight of 521b, speaks well for the skill of the light line men, and is a fine advertisement of the facilities offered by the Shoal haven River to 'darkie' specialists. That Nowra and South Shoalhaven Councils are negotiating for the ex tension of the electric lighting service to the rural area. That the extension to the Bolong farmers by the Berry Council has proved a great boon to the consumers and a financial success to the Council, and there is no reason why the same result should not be achieved in South Shoalhaven. That the linking up with Nowra by South Shoalhaven will be cheaper and more satisfactory than undertaking the distribution of current as a de partmental extension. That times change and aldermen apparently change with them, for it is not many years since South Shoal haven refused Nowra Council a fran chise to extend ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

it \ . ? \ Extended Credit | I TUST as most Cars, Homos and Machinery arc $ | *J bought by 35x tended Credit— ' | 1 So it is possible to buy what you want to wear -| \ % — and also to keep your homo modern — by buying f l X your wants, including your Furniture, Furnishings -| \ % and Ice Chests, in the same way *| j & Woodhills' System of Extended Credit makes | ) I* it easy to purchase your wants, ami repay the -| j |. amounts in small weekly, fortnightly or monthly |J ] | payments | ( I ? I j I WoodMls' Pty. Ltd. I I NOWRA | I I Babcock tests show that McCoroxick-Deering «=J^Wni — TDT cream separators get all the butterfat. j| f ' |5b~||r'^ Available in six sizes— 35 to 150 gallons— _Jjr_ l^Bbf? . every model is a genuine ball-bearing ihep ,^KS=tS^t!'--^BSt chine. Easy to turn and lasts for years. aT .^gg^-^r JliPJf i Every bearing and running part is thorough- /^T HHflSllf Titoy iy oiled by automatic lubrication as soon as ir \Sp9liLsBrK the machine is started. ^UB9mBb1 '...

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ALL SAINTS v. NUMBAA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

ALL SAINTS v. NUMBAA Under heavy weather conditions; All) Saints, after a disastrous start, went on their winning way to eclipse Num bna's resnectable total of 247. having, five wickets In hand at this period of their mammoth innings. - The play opened with sensation, 'Toby' Bice clean bowling the not out batsmen of the previous day, Stuart Smith, with his first ball. Gordon Cook joined Haslingden, who had opened the in nings with Smith. Bevan came on at the other bowling crease, and soon dropped Into a good length. Both batsmen #ere going along nicely when In the third over from Cec, Cook, in reaching forward to a good length ball, snicked it to the off, where ?keeper Murphy moved across smooth ly to take a nice catch. Two wickets were down for 27, with Numbaa's fieldsmen now right on their toes. Chamberlain, who followed, batted confidently right from the start of his innings. Mel Evlson was bowling well, making the ball nip from the wicket, while Bice at the other end, who had re...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEA MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEA '♦; MEETING The annual tea meeting in connec tion with the Shoalhaven C.E. parish was held in the supper room of the Nowra School of Arts on Tuesday night. It was a pronounced success in every respect. The attendance was very large, there being- no less than three sittings, and the catering waa all that could be desired, a credit to the ladies who had the function in hand, both as to quantity and the quality of the varied dainty items that made up the menu. The lady workers of the church attended to the wants of the inner man, and they were assiduous in their attention to the requirements of patrons. Not withstanding the great demand on the commissariat department, there was enough and to spare. Amongst the visitors was Mr. W. A. Oldfielc, Australia's champion wicket-keeper, who after the tea delivered a picture lecture, dealing with the main points of the last series of test matches be tween England and Australia and of a recent visit paid by Australian cricke...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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PYREE v. WANDANDIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

PYREE v. WANDANDIAN This match was played at Pyree. On the first day Pyree won the toss and batted, opening with K. Withe ridge and B. Leaney, who both batted well and gave Pyree a good start.) Witheridge was playing very solid cricket in typical left-handed jtyle.j Rf nr-p T.*»nn*»v iirhn st.Hl fifflfis to ' school, has a fine reach, but must cut out that swipe. B6th batsmen went along nicely before Leaney was out with the score at 46. C. Bryce, who. Is a new-comer to Pyree cricket (but was one of the mainstays of the one time Far Meadow Club) rattled up 37 in good time, and the second wicket fell at 93. Jim Atfleld followed, and using the long handle made things lively; and when the score had reach ed 176, with Jim's total 52, his tim bers crashed. Shortly after Ken Witheridge's fine innings of 86 ter minated. His runs were made in ex cellent fashion. Arthur Carberry, playing with a nice straight bat, was bowled after making 14. Horace Watts then provided the tlt-blt of the in nin...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

3 The only extra work caused by using S I P. B. MANURES § g is at harvest time, when you have to «* g reap increased crops. si S3 Our Booklet, 'Fertiliser Facts,' is choctyul B 5 of information on .fertilising. It is free, S S send for a copy. B a b | PATON, BURNS & CO. | 5 King & York Streets, Sydney 3 'SF^^PS WWlOTPSflS P3iH.I$.*H$ WBQJOTS*? Pe?Psji? we* ; KOWKA CO-OP. DAHt-Y CO, LTD. PRODUCE DEPARTMENT \ \, i

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RESULTS OF MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

RESULTS OF MATCHES Pyree v. Wandandian.— Pyree, 1st nhigs, 2?0; Wandandian, 1st innings, 79: second innings, 5 for 179. Cambewarra v. Burrier.— Camb-»- warra, 1st innings, 256; Burrier, 1st innings. 117: second innings, 47. Kangaroo Valley v. Meroo.— Kanga- roo Valley, 1st innings, 122; 2nd in nings, 4 for 130. Meroo, 1st innings, 78; second Innings, 86. Wandandian v. Nowra.— Nowra, 1st innings, 185; 2nd innigs, 1' for 43. Wandandian, 1st innings, 268. Berry v. Pyree.— Pyree, 1st Innings, 269. Berry, 1st innings, 8 for 190 (drawn). Meroo v. Burrier.— Meroo, 1st in nings. 197; 2nd innings, 7 for 105 (de clared). Burrier, 1st innings. L42* ?nd innings. 1 for 34. /^* In 'This Week's Recip-,' on Pare 12, 50 cups raisins should read '50 Raisins.'

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