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

NOWRA v. BOMADERRY Nowra.—lst Inn. $ ;wkts. Xdec.) ...» 21* BOMADERRY.— 1st Innings. E. Williamson, b Dent ? 4 V. 'Williamson, b Evison ? 25 Reg McGuire, st Ison, b Wiley .... 26 J. Ingram, run out ? .... 2 L. Oke, not out .... ? .... 86 E. Collis, c Champan, b Jennings 8 C. Carter, b Wiley ? , ? 12 M. Hawke, c and b 'Wiley ? 1 D. Jones; c Ison, b Wiley ? 19 M. Thurgate, b Wiley .... ? 4 J. Jones, run out .... ? 4 Sundries .... ? .... .... 12 Total .-... .... .... ? 203 Nowra won on 1st innings by 75 runs.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BERRY v. ALL SAINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

BERRY v. ALL SAINTS All Saints.^-lst Innings ? 180 BERRY. — 1st Innings. A. Agar, st Caines, b Monaghan 93 C. Turner, c Monaghan, b Begbie 81 E. Turner, b Monaghan .... ? 12 E. Orford, retired ? 19 L. Henry, c Monaghan, b Cham berlain ? 13 J. Higghis, c Booth, b Hewlett .... 19 H. Mannell, c sub., b Hewlett .... 16 L. Blissett, c Booth, b Hewlett .... 4 G. Kiley, run out ? 22 R. Humble, not out ? 0 Sundries ? 14 Total ? ? ~29D Berry won on first innings by 189.

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PYREE v. WANDANDIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

PYREE v. tVANDANDIAN Pyree continued their innings with not out batsmen McAndrew and Boyd sit 2.45 p.m. in bad cricket weather, the score being 2 for 238. Both bats men played confidently, bringing the total to 282, when Boyd played over one irom a. Mcuuire, nis contnouuon being 27. E. Caines joined McAndrew, and after scoring 3 was given out, bowled by S. McGulre. H. McGuive was next, and after scoring 8 had a misunderstanding with McAndrew and was run out. McBride followed, and after a few swipes was bowled by S. McGuire for 1. Skipper Caines closed Pyree 's innings at this stage with 6 for 304, McAndrew being not out with a. nicely compiled 34, At 3.40 Wandandian opened their innings with C. Watt and E. Smith, Ted Ryan was given the new ball, ana was successful in his first over, hav ina Watt caught nicely by Bill Mc Bride at deep third man, E. Smith .scored 3 on' Leaney \s first over, but he, too, was out to the Ryan-McBride combination off the second ball or Ted's second over. ...

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

FISH SCALES (By 'John Dory'). Fishing at Bendyjoint last week end, Harry Hill, of butter factory fame, landed an outsize rat tail. This specie of fish is very rare, and is generally found only in deep water. + w w w There are some very fine schnapper being caught in the Bay of late. It is said that the heaviest weighed 151b, and another .one worth mentioning was 101b. Incidentally, both these fish were caught by Jack Vost. Good fish ing, what! * * * * Mr. Joe Molony was in the limelight at Currarong, at the recent outing of the Fishing Club, when he landed -a *-% very nice schnapper. It is great to ~i see that this club is still functioning J so well in its second year. * * ? * There is a wide diversity of opinion among a section of local anglers as to who is the best man with a rod on the river. Now that the blackflsh are commencing to bite, and will be on for some time, it is high time that the Anglers' Club stepped in on this mai ter and held a few outings for the rod men, to see...

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

| . AUCTION SALES i .. . ATTRACTIVE LAND SALE NUMBAA DAIRY FARM & DRY RUNS On A/c. Estate Late Henry Anderson. FOR SALE AT STEWART & MORTON'S MART, SATURDAY, 30th OCTOBER, 1937, at 11.30 a.m. STEWART & MORTON & WALSH & MONAGHAN have received instruc tions from the Executors Estate late Henry Anderson, to sell by Public Auc tion, at Stewart & Morton's Mart, o-i Saturday, 30th Oct., at 11.30 a.m.— ] No. l.-^Superior Dairy Farm at Num baa, the late residence of Mr. Henry Anderson, containing 80 acres 2 roods, with good residence thereon, j and all usual buildings for dairy i purposes. This farm is particularly : good, and ranks with the -best in the district. Milk Board License. j No. 2.— Dry Run at Worrigee, and con taining 46 acres 3 roods. A very good paddock, and well fenced. * i No. 3.— Dry Run at Nowra Hill, and j containing 93 acres 3 roods. Well j fenced and conveniently situated. ?' These properties are being sold to wind up the ...

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

DEATH AT WORRAGEE On Saturday morning last Charles Napier Stewart, a quarter-cast abori ginal, 38 years of age, and a native^f Wallaga Lake, was found dead at Worragee in a paddock some little dls^ tance off the main road. -; It appears that deceased, who re« cently came from Braidwood, was exit gaged pea-picking at Numbaa, and on Tuesday morning, the 12th, com plained of feeling sick, and knocked off work and left for his camo^jit; Worragee. ' jf/' He was not seen alive again. The; body when found was fully clothed, and had an overcoat on. Deceased, from the condition of the body, had evidently lain in the paddock from Tuesday until found on Saturday morning, having died on the way to his camp on Tuesday morning. In the absence of the Government | medical officer, Dr. Ryan was called to f examine the body, and gave it that, / in his opinion, death was due to. chronic myocarditis, and the coroner found accordingly.

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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

i P 1 Shoe Specials f i -AT- ;? i Pat Mcuhiire's I I I » Do you appreciate good value? You do? Well, then, why not '?$ J inspect the BARGAIN TABLES and see just what can be saved on *S .; Ladies', Gent's, and Children's NEW SAMPLE SHOES. A glance at ;♦! ? my windows will also prove to you that my Prices are actually lower ?* I than City Prices. *Ji ?i *S »? LADIES' GENUINE SAMPLE SHOES, usually 10/9, 12/11, 14/11, % \ 1G/11, 22/6; now 6/11, 9/11, 10/9, 12/11, 14/6. 'i i '?**, j LADIES' SANDALS, in a wide range of colors, sell at 5/11, 6/11, *J i 7/11, 9/11, 12/11. *? ? ?* \ LADIES' HOUSE SHOES, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/6. $ \ CHILDREN'S SHOES, 4/11, 5/1.1, 6/11, 7/11. jji \ MEN'S SHOES, Black or Tan Genuine Calf Shoes, 8/11, 9/31, 10/9, S ;. 12 6, 14/6. ?; ? PATENT PUMPS, Sewn Soles, 6/11, 7/6, 8/11, 10,'C. -? ? ' *5 ) MEN'S SANDALS, Black or Brown, 7/11 Pair. % ► ?* ; i i SATISFACTION ALWAYS OR MONEY REFUNDED AT i.J I Pat Maguire's Bargain Shop | I 25 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA [Next Schofield...

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

PERSONAL ? 0 ? Mr. Bruce Kirkpatrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Kirpatrick, of Kiama, has been transferred from the Liverpool branch of the Commonwealth Bank to the Nowra branch. * * * ? Mr. Gabriel Timbs, for 31 years Clerk of the municipality of Jambe roo, was entertained by the aldermen, at the Commercial Hotel, Albion ParU, , on Saturday night, and presented with an armchair, suitably inscribed. * * ? ♦ The many friends of Keith Morison, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Morison, of Jervis-street, Nowra, who recently underwent an operation in. the Royal Prince Alfred Hospual, will be delighted to hear that he is now progressing favorably, and is expect ed to return home in the ^eiy wear future. * ♦ * * 'Garbo' Sandals in different colors, at Davis and Co., Nowra distributors,' * * * # Mrs. Bert Woodhill and daughter Jacqueline are away on a holiday at; Windsor, where they are renewing many old friendships. * * * * Messrs. H. O. Cox and J. Butter have definitely announced themselv...

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COMPLAINT AGAINST BUTCHER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

COMPLAINT AGAINST BUTCHER At the Cambewarra Shire Council meeting, on Tuesday, the following communication was received from 1/c. Constable Coyle. of Kangaroo Valley, the local inspector under the Board of Health:— 'I respectfully beg to report, for the in format ion of your Council, that I have made repeated requests to Mr. F. A. Wallis to furnish me with the required 12 hours* notice of all cattle intended to be slaughtered by him, but, notwithstanding my requests he has failed from time to time to let me have these notices; consequently I am hampered in my inspections and re turns of fees, etc. I have also re quested him to provide a proper cov ering; for the meat conveyed from the slaughter-yard to the shop, with a white canvas duck or other material instead of hessian. All my requests have been ignored. I would therefore be pleased if your Council will cause a notice to be served on Mr. Wallis, requesting the matters complained of to be put in order, otherwise proceed ings bo t...

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

TENNIS The S.D. Tennis Association's an nual tournament was continued on Saturday last. Following are the re sults: — 'A' Grade.— Men's Doubles, G. R. Mclntyre and L. Turner beat N. Lym oery ana jn. watt, 4-e, e-z, e-3; mixed doubles, N. Lymbery and Mrs. Cad dell beat L. Rowlands and H. Borrow dale, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4. 'A' Reserve. — Men's doubles, Rev. A. Newton and L. Bate beat D. Phipps and M. Ettingshausen,, 6-3, 6-4; ladies' doubles, Mrs. Reid and E. Cullen beat Mrs. Batt and D. Sparks, 10-8, 6-3; mixed doubles, D. Phipps and E. Cul len beat P. Brown and Mrs. Batt, 6-0, 8-6. . . 'B' Grade. — Men's singles, T. Walker beat H. Bate; men's doubles, R. E. Mclntyre and D. Forsyth beat J. Campbell and C. Hollands, 6-4, 3-6, 6-2; C. Bindon and M. McKinnon beat C. Bryce and C. McGuire, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4; ladies' singles, M. McGIll beat Mrs. W. Ryan, 9-7, 6-4; mixed doubles, T. Cad dell and M. Borrowdale beat R. and Mrs. Coulson, 8-6, 1-6, 6-2; P. Aldous ' and Mrs. Herne beat R. Smith and Mrs. Wa...

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THIRTY YEARS AGO (Rewritten from "Shoalhaven Telegraph," October 16th, 1907). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

THIRTY YEARS AGO (Rewritten from 'Shoalhaven Tele graph,' October 16th, 1907). The first grade cricket competition started on Saturday last, when Bur ner met Pyree on Nowra showground. Result— Burrier 88 (W. Tickner 11, J. Crawford 19, J. Thomson 34); Pyree 134 (S. Bice 14, R. Baxter 10, H. Gra ham 37, A. McLean not out 29, A. J. McDonald 12, M. Walsh 12). ♦ * * # Cambewarra had an easy win over Berry. Scores: Cambewarra 253 (L. Emery 21, W. Brown 45, J. Entwhistle 30. T. Soper 20. T. Shepherd 25, J. Brown not out 35, A. Kelly 23, O. Gib son 27). * * * * Mr. J. Campbell's one-time speedy mare Lizzie (dam of Terara, Vanora, and The Flat) has a beautiful cox foal at foot, by imported Lucan. * * * * Mr. Thos. Condon, of Pyree, is to take over the Harp Hotel, Wollongong, next month. * ♦ * * The competitions promoted by the Nowra School of Arts drew a big audience on Thursday. Results: — Spelling, boys and girls 12 and under, Nellie McMahon (Bamarang) 1, Marie Morris (Nowra) 2; recitatio...

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

HUSKISSON (From Our Own Correspondent). The schnapper season is in full swing at Huskisson, and the fisher men are having the time of their lives. Anyone with 8 or 10 pounders keeps quiet, 17 and '181b being the rule, and Ossie Nelson tops the scale with a 25 pounder. He lost a beauty when within 8 feet of the boat. The fish turned, and Ossie, turning in the boat, too, got his line tangled round his damaged leg and the line snap ped. Well, what would you have said? His companion on the trip also got one 1841b. Mr. Young, a visitor, had amongst his catch two 18 pounders. Steve Rawlinson's launch party took a good haul to Sydney with them on Sunday night. Gibson and Morris caught about 901b in a couple of days. ? * ? # Although the weather was not all that could be desired, the Younger Set are very satisfied with the result of their dance. The hall was artisti cally decorated. The dance floor was taxed to its fullest capacity, and to the rythm of Dahl's band the dancers enjoyed themse...

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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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THIS WEEK'S RECIPE SHORTBREAD PUSHER BISCUITS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

THIS WEEK'S RECIPE SHORTBREAD PUSHER BISCUITS (By Mrs. Calcraft). Beat together 6 (six) ounces of U butter and 3 (three) ounces of a icing sugar till white; a pinch of g salt; half a pound of sifted flour; |§ mix thoroughly. Press through i| a biscuit forcer on to a tray and S bake till light brown. If mixture g be too thick, add a well-beatea §5 white of. egg. u These may be improved by gf joining two together with a suit- '& able filling. |

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

JERVIS BAY (From Our Own Correspondent). On Wednesday evening last a fare well was tendered to Mr. and Mrs. S. Whinwray and family. The function took place at the College House Hotel, the ballroom of which was very kind ly lent by Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Folev. Despite the fact of the ladies having but two days to organise, this was one of the nicest social functions of Jer vis Bay this year, the attendance be ing representative of every section of the community. Mrs. Bert Izard act ed as hostess, and had the assistance of an energetic committee of ladies. Dancing occupied most of the evening, and Miss Rae Basha, of Nowra, con tributed several very pleasing vocal numbers. Mr. Izard formally pro posed the health of the departing guests, and called upon Mr. Stan Over to support him. Mr. Over briefly out lined the past activities of Mr. and Mrs. Whinwray at Jervis Bay, and stressed the fact that their leaving was a very real loss to the place, both personally and as good business ieople. Co...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

.*» 16 Pages. $ '-* Published Every Wednesday. & g ? | I* Terms of Subscription: $ ?* Per Year (hi advance) 10/- $ I* Per Quarter -in advance) 3/- »| ;? Per Quarter ibooked) ? 4/- M :- ? i X Single Copy, 3d. g £? hi Wednesday, October 20, 1937. Probably when Constable 'Bill' Irwiu took his 'policeman's holiday'1 and set out with the objective ot establishing an ambulance in Shoal - haven, even that super-optimist did not foresee tne developments maw would take place in the movement m the comparatively short space of five yars. Those who remember those rarly days of effort will, in rightly as sessing its present value to the com munity, 'dips their lids' in genuine admiration to those pioneers througn whose self-sacrifice and thenscan tily-rewarded labors the local branch of the New South Wales Ambulance Transport Board became an accom plished fact. Perhaps even now there arc few people, outside the committee, who fully realise the extent of the great work that is being carri...

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

Nowra Motors Pfcy. Ltd. have some, cheap, guaranteed used cars for sale. See their advt. in this issue.

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NO ADVT.—NO REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 20 October 1937

NO ADVT.-NO REPORT We understand that Mr. C. R. Allen, the Labor candidate for EdenMoh aro, addressed a meeting in Nowra on Friday night last. As Mr. Allen did not see fit to make any announcement through these columns, we are not able to place his views oefore the electors. We will at all times strictly observe tfois rule— 210 advert., rip 're- port-Applying it alike to Labor, U.CJ?., and U.A.P. political candidates. H. C. Ranch, Junction St , Nowra.

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