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PREMIERSHIP BALL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

PREMIERSHIP BALL k TiH°£gasnIse£s of the Premiership ball, held in the School of Arts on Wednesday night, to celebrate the Nowra Warriors' reserve grade victory in the football competition, have ™ e31 r!a!8n. to be Phased with the u. .r i M1Wi wtt«w. xnougn root 1 Pu31 Is 'ow a thing of the past—and the future— and the function was held long after the light fantastic season, there was an attendance of approximately 300, representative of most of the coastal area. Mr. Alex McDonald, the president of the League, was there from Shellharbor: Messrs. 'Brogan' Chittick and B. Mil ?5£ attended from Gerringong; Mr. Tim Jones came along from Jam beroo; and Mr. J. K. Sharpe repre sented Berry. The hall was decorated simply but: effectively with palms, black and gold «£KO1\S Selng disP]ayed at intervals; while tribute was paid to all the com peting clubs with streamers cf their respective colors. About 10 o'clock Mr. P. s. West (president of the Warriors) called a halt to the dance, while pres...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

T' El A V E I, L K It S BY S Hi .* . S, A \ S» O B* A i 6* Tlie Travel Dcp-iriment of tlic ? Bank of New Siiutli \V:ilos \* completely etjuippcii U» st-rvo the interests of Travellers and % isitorb. Ix-(-iil iirtil world loot's ;irr;inccil, bookings and resrrN-alions iikkIc by sea, land ami ;-ir. iicwmmm dation serurcti, Ikiur;i£c insur ance effected and advice given reKiirtlinj; passports mill mroitip t;ix flearunco. A Traveller utili.tin^ (lie services of ttie Hank's Travel Department starts on! »itli every detail of iits tour arranged in utlviim'c. !S\- eliarfie is made for file services* rendered by this Department. izwatrJi orz/lM's&oMtL, /ralcl T El A V E L l- E l» A II T M E NTS Sydnoy, Mrlbotimo, Itrisbanr, Adelaide, fVrt/t, llobart, Cairns and Totcnsville in Australia — Wellington, Auckland, Christ church and Dunodin in New Zealand — Suru, Fiji, and London. | ? 2SSA.l9a7[ WE HAVE PROVEdJ ? THAT ? I Quality Pays WE'VE PUT THE VERY BEST INTO THE NEW SEASON'S STOCKS g ...

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UNLAWFUL ASSAULT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

UNLAWFUL ASSAULT ? O ? At the Nowra Police Court, on Mon day, 18th October, before Messrs. L. A. Patterson and J. E. R. Watts, J's.P., Cyril Skidmore, 34 years of age, was charged with unlawfully assaulting James Clarke, an old-age pensioner, on the Illaroo Road. Sergt. Cahill deposed that about 8 a.m. on the 17th instant, with Con stables Russell and Chaseling, he went to Mrs. Kvarnstrom's residence? on the Illaroo Road; he there saw de fendant sitting on the verandah or Mrs. Kvarnstrom's home; he asked Mrs. Kvarnstrom, 'Did you ring for the police?' and she said 'Yes, there has been some trouble between this man (indicating Skidmore). and the old man who lives down the back;' asked defendant what was the trouble, and he said, 'Mrs. Kvarn strom's daughter gave her mother some cheek, and I chastised her, and the old man interfered; he Is encour aging her, and he has no right to en courage a child to be impudent to its mother;' said to defendant, 'Were you running around here this mo...

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OLD TIME RACING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

OLD TIME RACING To the present-day sporting men of Shoalhaven it may seem incredible, but time was when this district was 'big stuff' in the racing game. Look ing over some old files of the 'Shoal- haven Telegraph,' of January 20th, 1881 (then published by Mr. Josepn Weston. also of the Kiama 'Re- porter' and 'Independent'), we were amazed at some of the achievements of that time, and hereunder we pub lish some details of a race meeting promoted by the Shoalhaven District Turf Club, and held on the Numba course, * 'permission having been granted by Mr. Berry, of the Coolan gatta Estate.' It was a postponed fixture, too, rain preventing the meet ing being held on the days originally fixed. The officials who carried out the programme will be of general in terest, as well as the results. They, were as follows: — Patron, Mr. David Berry; president, Mr. Jas. Thomson, J.P.; vice-president, Mr. E. de Mestre; committee, Dr. J. P. Brereton, Messrs. Geo. Tate, John Monaghan, J.P., Jas. Dent. ...

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APPEAL UPHELD WHEN A TRAVELLER IS A TRAVELLER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

APPEAL UPHELD . ? r» ? WHEN A TRAVELLER IS A TRAVELLER At, the District Court, on Thursday, before His Honor Judge Nleld. Thomas Longmuir -for whom Mr. Harold Manion appeared ) appealed against his conviction at the last Nowra Court nn a charge of being illegally on the premises of the Hotel Huskisson. Mr. Stacey (Crown Prosecutor) said the issue was merely a question of whether the appellant was a traveller at the time of the alleged offence. Constable Chaseling verified his evidence as given at the previous hearing. To Mr. Manion: He did not say at the Police Court hearing; that he had not seun Longmuir at the hotel pre vious to the occasion which was the .subject of the charge: about 10 p.m. he saw Longmuir about 15 yards from the entrance to the hotel; he could I not then have questioned him about his reason for being at the hotel, as he (witness) was concerned about some other trouble at that time; he was not mistake!) nbout Longmuir be ing the man he then saw; the bus left aft...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

The bringer of youth. 'There must be something remark able about Charmosan face powder.' 'There is. It's youth.' 'I was in a city shop to-night. They were selling it hand over fist.' Give yourself the luxury of a hair crown powder. Heavens, what do a lew pence matter where your skin, your looks, maybe your very happi ness, are concerned. No wonder Pow der Charmosan sells. It's the favourite powder of world famous film and stage stars. Brings instant youthful charm to your skin . . . stays on for hours. Charmosan face powder from Paris Immense sale. All shades and sur» tan. Big box 2/6. Everywhere. P.S. Open pores and blackheads yield to regular massage . with Charmosan Cold Cream. Begin j^ght away. Boudoir jars 2/6. Tubes 1/-. Sold everywhere.

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

TENNIS The Shoalhsiven District Tennis As sociation's annual tournament was continued on Saturday last. Results: 'A' Reserve Championships.— Men's doubles (final), Rev. A. Newton and L. Bate beat P. Brown and S. Cham berlain, 6-2, 6-2. Men's singles, D. Phipps beat A. Buckett, 6-4, 6-1. Ladies' doubles, Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Egan beat Mrs. Waples and M. Hogan, 6-1, 6-4. Mixed doubles, D. Phipps and E. Cullen beat T. Walker and L. Booth, 6-2, 0-6, 6-2. 'B' Grade. — Men's singles, M. Mc Kinnon beat L. Walker, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4. Ladies' singles, Mrs. A. Heine beat M. McGill, 10-8. 6-2. Ladies' doubles, L. Vallis and Mrs. Griffin beat Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Ison, 10-8, 6-2; Mrs. Reid and Mrs. W. J. Watt beat Mrs. Ander son and Mrs. Ryan, 3-6, 6-0, 7-5. Mixed doubles, H. Bate and Mrs. L. Bate beat J. Campbell and Mrs. An derson, 10-8, 3-6, 6-4; T. Walker and L. Booth beat W. Watt and Mrs. Reid, 5-7, 6-1, 6-2. 'C' Grade.— Men's doubles (finaP, J. McDonald and R. Mathie beat J. Beileiter and A. ...

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NOWRA POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

NOWRA POLICE COURT At the Police Court, on Friday, 15th hist... before Mr. L. A. Patterson, J.t\, Biendon Gleeson was fined £1 for be ing drunk. On the 1 6th Roy Staggs was fined n for a similar lapse. On the 18th, William John Yeates. charged with being drunk, failed to appear, and his recognisance was for feited. J. H. Pepper, against whom Sergt. Cahill said there were many previous convictions, was fined 30/ for being drunk. Roy Sladdin was fined £2 for using indecent language. Elsie Sinclair was granted a prohibi tion, order for 12 months against hei husband, Malcolm Sinclair. Before Messrs. L. A. Patterson and .7. E. R. Watts, J's.P., Cyril Skldmore was charged with that he did malici ously damage a chair, of the value oz 5/-, the property of James Clarke. After hearing the evidence of Sergs. Cahill, James Clarke, and Thomas Hanley, the Bench imposed a fine or £1, with 16/10 witnesses' expenses, ana ordered Skidmore to pay 5/- compen sation to Clarke. On a charge of stealing a ...

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MILITARY BIVOUAC 6th AND 7th NOVEMBER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

MILITARY BIVOUAC 6lh AND 7th NOVEMBER Arrangements for the above are progressing well. Headquarters are forwarding an ample supply of al! essentials for the camp, and a most liberal scale of rations has been al lowed for the feeding of the troops. w u Conor, oi woiiongong, will be in attendance to give us the benefit of his experience, and possibly the CO. and adjutant may take advantage or the week-end to come along and see how Nowra can manage its first bivouac. Captain Mulholland and W/O Jones are arranging the programme in co operation with the N.C.O.'s, and some interesting work is planned. The scheme embraces lectures and practi cal demonstrations of such military activities as the reconnaiscence of an area; the making of a military sketcn or map; the use of various formations in traversing various types of ground; selection of fire positions: night antf day patrols; defence of a camp by night; the staging of an attack; tne occupation of a defensive position; grenade throwing....

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What is Conscience? [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

j What 3s Conscience? j (BY 'FREELANCE'). ' 'Conscience doth make cowards of us all.' — Shakespeare. What is conscience? Most of us who have come to the end of the rain bow without finding the pot of gold there, can call to mind the little Sun day school where we learned that conscience was the voice of the good angel telling us when we were doing wrong: or we remember the precept of a mother who has pasesd away to the Shadowy Land, impressing on us that conscience was the voice of God telling us that sin does not pay, for God hath wedded sjKUnd misery, and what God hath joined together, no ) man can put asunder. Alas! How often between the days of childhood and manhood, with all the troubles, and joys, and tempta tions that lie between, have we secret ly thrust aside these teachings about conscience, and done those things which we ought not to have done, and left undone those things which we ought to have done, and our journey towards God's Great To-Morrow 'Has been wrapped in the ...

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MR. SPOONER WILL OPEN NOWRA SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

MR. SPOONER WILL OPEN NOWRA SHOW Mr. H. J. Bate, M.L.A., has for warded the following letter to Mr. R. King, secretary of the Shoalhaven A. and H. Association :— Dear Mr. Bate,— i refer to your personal representa tions and to the letter from Mr. n. ^Hg, wno extends on behalf of his committee an invitation to me to officially open the 63rd annual exhibi JS? of the Society, to l-e held on the llth February, 1938, at 2 p.m. I shall be very pleased to -perform thisicerc mony, and would ask you to kindly convey my thanks to this Association! v r th£ JSYltation iBXtendea termed Yours faithfully, E.?S. Spoon&r, Minis- , ter for Works and Local Government

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MILITIA NOTES THE ALL-DAY EXERCISE AT DAPTO [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

MILITIA NOTES THE AIX-DAY EXERCISE AT DAPTO On Sunday last, the special all-day exercise for officers and certain select ed N.C.O.'s of the battalion eventu ated. The rendezvous was near Dap to, and punctually to time, with true military exactitude, the cars from Nowra and Kmma drew in. In a few minutes, the Wollongong cars arrived with Col. Milne and the Adjutant among the passengers, the Colonel having left Sydney early in the morn ing. The Adjutant then conducted the party to the observation post, and all were struck by the absolute suit ability of the country for the military problems expected. All the move ments and arrangements necessary for an attack were dealt with in talks and the solving of problems, and then came the highlight of the day's work — the drawing up of plans for an at tack on a high ridge. Most of 'A' Company contingent were in Captain Mulholland's syndicate^ and as he had gone to considerable trouble in pre paration work of the details of such movements, the ...

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DRAW FOR SATURDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

DRAW FOR SATURDAY NEXT Town Courts II. (N. Lymbery and D. Phipps in charge).— 1.30, final 'A1 Res. M.S.C., D. Phipps v. Rev. A. New-' ton; 2.15, 'A' Res. L.S.C., C. Cullen v. Mrs. Batt; 3.0, M.S.H., N. Lymbery (0 70) v. C. Hollands (0 15); 3.45, 'A' Res. X.D.C., Rev, A. and J. Newton v. D. Phipps and E. Cullen. Town Courts I. (S. Towe and J. Watson in charge). -—1 .30, final 'A' M.S.C., D. Towe v. G. R. Mclntyre; 2.15, 'A' L.D.C.. Mrs. Caddell and Mis. Neale v. H, Borrowdale and Mrs. Al len; 3.0, final 'A' M.D.C., S. Towe and J. Watson v. G. R. Mclntyre and L. Turner; 3.45, L.D.H.. H. and M. Bor rowdale (0 * 40) v. Mrs. Valentine and Mrs. Neal (0 50). Methodist (M. McKinnon and P. Aldous in charge).— 1.30, M.D.H., F. McCormick and T. Caddell (0 15) v. L. J. Peel and M. McKinnon user.); 2.15, final 'C' L.D.C., Mrs. Lumsden and Mrs. Peel v. V. McGuire and T. Gould; 3.0, 'B' M.S.C., M. McKinnon v. T. Walker: 3.45, M.S.H., L. J. Peci (rec. 15) v. P. Aldous (0 A 15). St. Michael's (Mrs. ...

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FISHING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

FISHING CLUB The second monthly outing was lield on the river on Sunday last, un der adverse weather conditions, the wind in the morning coming from the ?west,, and later swinging round to the south, and then a finish with a nor - east gale; and under thtese conditions it was remarkable the number of fish caught, there being 67, having a total ?weight of 751b. All these fish were above the legal standard, as the Club has to abide by the law of the land and return all under-size fish to the water alive; if a club member pro duces one to be weighed in, that member has all his catch disqualified. One man had this happen him on this outing— only a new member, too— but rules are made to adhere to. The prize-winners of the day were Mr W Leathern, with the most fish, while the biggest fish went to Mr. W. Heins, with an S£Ib fiathead— a fine fish to be caught on a gut line with no gimp. This man is going to take some heading— two starts, two wins! Congratulations, Wally! Another not able ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

One Class Only TO ENGLAND by 'BAV1 LINER FOR comfort and economy, travel to England aboard a One-Class 'BAY' LINER. The WHOLE SHIP is yours — equal attention and service to each passenger. Con genial company. Attractive cabins. High-class cuisine. Entertainments, Sports, Sound films, Dancing, Swimming (in the tropics). Tourist fares range from $MH (plus Exchange) whilst a berth in cabins of the Tourist 'B' type cosh as little as Jt'fiW (plus exchange;). ABERDEEN & C OBI! MO N WEALTH LINE Write for Free Illustrated Booklet— Fares, etc., to UalK*ty & Co., Lid, 2 O'Connell St., Sydney, or Aberdeen & Commonwealth Line, 17 O'Connell St., Sydney. FOR MEN Many men have the impression that a Savings Bank Account is suit able only for wonwn and children, and that it is neither convenient nor dignified enough for 'business men. Certainly 1ho.se 'business men who have many payments to make over a considerable area, need -'hexjue. accounts, 'hut even those, in «onun-n wi...

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FISH SCALES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

FISH SCALES (By 'John Dory'). It is said that Bill Bryce, the noted carrier and fisherman from Tom erong, recently lost a record scnnap per off the rocks at Wreck Bay. Too bad, Bill! A long gaff is an essential when hock-hopping. What's in a drift? Ask Joe Molony. He'll say nothing, after his record drift on Sunday at the anglers' out ing. Jack Young spent a very pleasant holiday at the Bay, and during that time did some steady fishing, with wonderful results, and it is said that his biggest fish was a 22&lb schnapper and numerous others ranging down to two 12-pounders. The tradesmen made a raid on Jack's stronghold, but the gods of Thor and Pluvius held the fort in his absence, and scattered the fish. All they had was a very unpleasant time and fisherman's, luck. It is said that some fishermen are catching some very fine bream at Cunnamia Creek. The Rolfe brothers have been catch ing some very, fine blackfish at Num baa recently. At the recent outing of the Anglers* Club, C...

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TAKE YOUR PICK ALSO GET TWO FREE PACKETS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 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.

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TRAGIC MOTOR ACCIDENT TWO VISITORS KILLED [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

TRAGIC MOTOR ACCIDENT TWO VISITORS KILLED One of the most tragic accidents in the history of this district happened on the Prince's Highway, about three miles north of Tomerong, on Satur day last, as a result of which two Sydney visitors lost their lives, an other was badly injured, and Captain McGregor, a resident of St. George's Basin, is in hospital in a serious con dition. From what we can gather of the unfortunate happening, it appears that Captain McGregor, who is the proprietor of a guest house at St. George's Basin, left there to catch the mid-day train with his son, Mrs. Fordham and her young daughter Peggy, Mrs. Butters, and Mrs. Hare wood. The three ladies and Peggy occupied the back seat. Soon after passing Tomerong, the car apparently got off the bitumen on to the gravel, where it skidded. Captain McGregor swerved in an attempt to regain the bitumen, but the steering gear locked, and the car careered into the bush. There it struck a tree, which broke off from the force ...

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BOMADERRY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

BOMADERRY (From Our Own Correspondent). Foreman Platt, who has been in charge of laying the pipes for the new water scheme, has left. We under stand the job is finished. * ♦ * ♦ The retaining wall for the dam in Bomaderry Creek is to be made 10 feet in height. This should guaran tee a good supply of water for the next 50 years. * * * * The fortnightly dance of the Boma deny Social Club was a great success. We noticed a lot of visitors from Kan garoo Valley. The floor space for dancing in the ; new hall will be as large as that of Nowra School of Arts. The floor is of three inch tallow wood, and ' dancers can be assured of a good j spin. * * * ♦ Mr. and Mrs. P. Sheehan are off to see the Cup run. If Peter's luck holds, he should clear expenses. * * * * Old hands say that this year is one of the .best as regards clover and tre- ! foil they have seen. The same can be I said of potato crops. * ? * * The inspector of nuisances has served several ratepayers with notices to remove timber, ...

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