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WANDANDIAN v. CAMBEWARRA WANDANDIAN.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

WANDANDIAN v. CAMBEWARRA WANDANDIAN.— 1st Innings. M. Hayward, c sub., b R. Wilson 53 H. Egan, b Goodger ? ? 29 O. McCarthy, b Goodger ? 9 K. Watt, c sub., b Goodger ? 18 B. McCarthy, b Goodger .;.. .... .... 91 T. Walsh, b Goodger .... ? 4 N. Mathie, b Goodger ? .... 0 A. Rankin, run out ? ? 3 V. Egan, c Binks, b Goodger .... 11 A. McAuley, st A. Wilson, b Goodger 9 W. Brackenreg, not out ? 10 Sundries ? 12 Total ? ? .... ? 158 CAMBEWARRA.— 1st Innings. L. Goodger, not out ? .... 66 A. Wilson, not out .... ... ? 2T Sundries .... ? 5 No wickets for ? 98;

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CREAM TESTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

CREAM TESTS ! I Mr. A. T. R. Brown, Senior Dairy ! Instructor, gives the following^ re» I minder to district dairy farmers: — I The legal minimum butter-fat pei j centage of cream delivered to butter I factories between October and March I is not less than 37 per cent. For the hot months of the year a 40 per cent, butter-fat cream is desirable. This class of cream travels better, and is not so liable to 'curdiness' as is the lower butter-fat content cream. This should be borne in mind, as the sum mer weather is now approaching, with its attendant humidity, which is i responsible for the rapid souring and i consequent 'curdiness' of thinly ! separated cream of low butter-fat percentage. The Bank of New South Wales has given a £10/10/- donation towards the next Bega show. Other agricul tural societies should get busy.

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PYREE v. KANGAROO VALLEY PYREE.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

PYREE v. KANGAROO VALLEY PYREE.— 1st Innings. B. Bryce, Ibw, b L. Bpxsell ? 64 K. Witheridge^b L. Boxsell .... .... 2 B. Leaney, b w. Huxley ? .... 6v C. Bryce, c and b Huxley ? 2r J. Atfleld, Ibw, b Huxley ? : ... 2 H. Watts, Jbw, b fiuxiey .... .... .... 10 E. Regan, run out ............ ........ 24 A. Carberry, c Madge, b Huxley 23 A. Wilson, c Spence, b Beveridge 13 3. Williams, not out .... ,:.. ? .... I W. Witheridge. b Beveridge .... .... a Sundries ? 16' Total ? ? flto K. VALLEY.— 1st Innings. G. Clempson, b Bryce ? - ? 1 3. Spence, not out .: ? 0' A.Oke, not out ........ ? O* ?A-..k- One wicket for ? X

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

MARKET REPORT Messrs. Stewart and Morton report: Bacon ers realised £3/13/- last week, with a fair supply forward. There were few porkers in, the best selling up to £2/6/-; suckers brought up to £1/4/6, and brood sows from £5 to £7/5/-. Indications are that the mar ket will hold for some months. All classes were largely competed for, and many outside buyers were in at tendance.

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

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THE GARDEN RIVAL "QUEENS OF AUTUMN" DAHLIAS AND CHRYSANTHEMUMS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

THE GARDEN ? o ? RIVAL 'QUEENS OF AUTUMN' DAHLIAS AND CHRYSANTHEMUMS (By Our Special Gardening Expert). Although at one time it was con sidered advisable to put off the planting of dahlias until late in No vember or early in December, every one now agrees that much of the season is wasted if the plan is fol lowed out iii its entirety. The chief reason for delaying the planting is because dahlias, planted from the end of November until the third week in December, usually pro duce their first flush of flowers in time to catch the autumn shows; but where dahlias are grown for garden beautification, it is a pity to miss such a long period of brightness. Far better would it be to plant them early in October and from then onwards, so that they will make a bright dis play in late spring and early summer, and after the flowering eases up h little, the plants can be cut back, and will again flower freely in the autumn months. The position for dahlias should be well drained, and the soil shou...

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

ALL CAMPERS' SUPPLIES ? AT ? FRANK ALLEN'S HUSKISSON OYSTEE SUPPERS A SPECIALITY MARR10T & OLIVER SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS & NOTARY PUBLIC (Commissioners for Affidavits). JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA | ALL CLASSES OF | I INSURANCE TRANSACTED | J| Consult Jjs I FRANK WILSON | %c/o ASHCROFT'S NEWSAGENCYg Sj NOWRA f| NOTE THE ADDRESS 33 KINGIIORN ST., NOWRA JACK SAWYERS Wishes to notify the General Public that Supplies of COAL are available at his Yard. Following are the prices delivered to youi home: — 3/- per 1 cwt. 21/- per A Ton 38/6 per 1 Ton PHONE 253 FOB QUICK ^DELIVERY -888888B8S8S88888888S8888888E888888SS888S8SS888SS888S8g I SHIP YOUR GOODS BY | | STEAMER | I ILLAWARRA CO.'S STEAMERS | 1 LEAVE SYDNEY FOR N0WR4 % I EVERY THURSDAY I If Further particulars from Local |j §8 Agent, R. Elyard, 'Phone 5, or §| I ™e 1 I ILLAWARRA & SOUTH COAST 1 I STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD. | gg HEAD OFFICE: | | 5? DAY ST., SYDNEY g |j Postal Address: Box 81 CC, G.P.O. h If...

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

By paying particular attention to the requirements of the farming community the Union Bank has, over a period of a hundred years, been closely allied with the development oi the pastoral and agricultural industries of Australia. The utmost consideration is given to the problems of the man on the land — the staff being always pleased to discuss and advise regarding any financial matters. -^Ss^ / Complete banking facilities are available at all ^V/ Branches. ^UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED Established 1837. , Branches; ihrousrhoiit Australia and New Zealand AUNT MARYS BAKIMC POWDER ^ hk» DURALENE PREPARED PAINT ,.-? - A. L. MqaNNON 'mmaM 17 XINGHORN STREET, NOWRA ^_ P. L C. SHEPHERD & SON, LTD. Postal Address: Box 3608 S, G.P.O., SYDNEY HAROLD MANION SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, - AND PROCTOR BANK OF N.S.W. PREMISES JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA ^□iiiiimitiiniiiiiiiiiiiHjniiiiiiiiiitjmimmiitJiiiiiiiimimiiiimiiiitJiii!1'^ j CONSULT § I R. P. YOUNG, M.I.O. I I 1 I (P. W. YOUNG & SO...

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

'VALENTINE'S ' I (LATE BEEHIVE) I 1 I For Higher Quality and Lower Prices I I Our Stock is Carefully Selected with a view of giving our Cus- ¥ I I tomers the utmost value in all Departments, and embraces:-— X I GROCERY, PATENT MEDICINES. TOBACCO, STATIONERY, f f- CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ENAMEL, ALUMINIUM AND TIN- X I WARE, FISHING TACKLE, TENNIS GOODS, PRODUCE, &c. | ] | We invite inspection of our large and varied Stock. You will be ¥ I surprised at the. Values offering. % I Our display of Crockery is very attractive, and as prices are likely I §, to advance we would advise making your Xmas Selections early. A i- I small deposit will secure any article you may fancy. , t I Odd Cups, 3d each; Cups and S., 4{d ea. Tea Sets, 3/11. Salad § | Sets, 2/11. Jugs, Gd. teapots, 1/-. Sweets Dishes, 4£d ea. * | I You are sure of Courteous ServSve and Prompt Delivery at & VALENTINE'S I 48 KINCHORN ST., NOWRA f I 'PHONE 83. , % ♦-:!llll!l!l!ll£5!!llllillillHlllllinimH!l!inillllltJll...

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BOMADERRY PARK RESIDENTS PETITION AGAINST SITE CHOSEN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

BOMADERRY PARK RESIDENTS PETITION AGAINST SITE CHOSEN The aldermen of the Berry Munici pal Council received quite a shock at their meeting on Wednesday last, in the form of a petition from the resi dents of Bomaderry, presented by Mrs. Robert Clark, against spending ratepayers' money on the resumption of land for a park, when they con sidered that with the promised help of Mr. H. J. Bate, M.L.A.. a grant could be secured to drain the swamp land, which was already the property of the Council. This petition was rather conflicting in view of the recent deputation which waited on the Council, and which stated that if the Council re sumed the land it would receive every assistance from the residents. Acting on that assurance, the Council decid ed to issue a resumption notice. Re ference was made at the time as to the advisability of draining the swamp area, but in view of the heavy cost of thai undertaking, the sugges tion received very little consideration. Mrs. Clark presented the peti...

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JUNIOR FARMER ABROAD MR. JAMES A. HENRY, OF BOLONG, HAS A FUND OF NEW IDEAS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

- JUNIOR FARMER ABROAD MK. JAWES A. HENRY, OF BOLONG, MAS A FUND OF NEW IDEAS When Mr. James A. Henry, of Bo long, was selected as one of the three Australian representatives of the In ternational Stock Judging team of Junior Farmers, the committee made no mistake. He returned by the 'Mon- golia' full of information and bub bling over with enthusiasm for the fanner's life. Mr. Henry is 21 years of age, but he talks of what he has seen, and of the .stock and farming methods of Great Britain, like a man of twice his years. One quickly gathers, in talking with him. that, while he expected to find .some fine cattle, and did, lie was astonished to find so many ill-bred :md poor-typed cattie. The good beasts were greatly in the minority. 'I did not see much difference be tween the quality ol the British and Australian farmers,' he said to a re presentative of this paper who inter viewed him. 'Here and there are good farmers, competent and prosper ous, but the majority show no sign a of co...

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

Here's the 10 sweetest words. What are the ten sweetest words in the English language? Here- they are: Dawn, hush, lullaby, ? murmuring, tranquil, mist, Juminous, chimea, melody and Charmosan: Charmosan, of course, is a famous word. There is Creme Charmosan that docs this lovely thing to the skin — it makes it look YEARS younger with SUCH sweet charm of youth. If you aren't young, it makes you LOOK young. It holds your powder for hours and hours 'frith sheer witchery. - It recaptures and puts back into 'your skin all the things you thought you had lost. No wonder, then, that tens and tens of thousands of women everywhere use Creme Charmosan, for never was . there a cream like it. Creme Charmosan j for skin youth ! Greaseless. Big jar for your dress- I ing table 2/6. Handbag tubes U-, ' Sold everywhere. ' i ? ? ? s ? ?? ?j-±-, ? ??-*:. -.. : ? : ? '} - ???HHHiHHIHil

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

TYVLTV Of Tl^OPC MOTOR BODY BUILDER. PHONE 42, #IAJ|VJ. J. J, Wr ^JTjL JL £dk9 trimming, upholstering, duco-spraying. j 24 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA high-class work — expert workmen. '?%

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

PEOPLE SAY That the New South Wales Cricket Association treated the S.D.C.A. very scurvily in the matter of Country Week. That most governing bodies, with headquarters in Sydney, display an utter lack of common sense in dealing with country conditions. That this district was entitled, to more generous representation Ihan is possible under the proposed scheme. That Country Week is supposed in «ive country stars a chance of show ing their merits in Sydney. That, rather than offer any encour agement to budding Bradmans and promising bowlers from the bush, the carnival is calculated to have the op posite effect. That Bomaderry residents are op parently divided about the best means of securing a local park. That one section requested the Berry Council to take steps to resumi an area, while another largely-signed petition asked the aldermen to stay their hand. That the opposing factions are to be given an opportunity of expressing their views at a public meeting. That the Warriors' premie...

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

THE ELECTIONS The Federal elections on Saturday passed off very quietly in Nowra. There was a steady stream of voters all day, but proceedings were most orderly, and even the rival workers outside the booths appeared to be on the most friendly terms, though strenuously engaged in handing out opposing 'how to vote' cards. As is usual in this division, Mr. Perkins had a majority, though on this occasion it was slightly reduced, working out in the ratio of, roughly, 2 to 1. The fol lowing were the details of the voting for the Nowra sub-division: — Allen ? 912 Perkins ? 1731 | Informal ? 48 THE SENATE Amour ? 823 Armstrong ? 33 Arthur ? 13 Ashley ? 32 Arkins ? 1410 Hall ? 12 Hardy ? 60 Helmore ? 7 Pollock ? 19 Informal ? 277 Mr. Harry Bible had charge of the local arrangements, and under his capable supervision the voting was carried out most expeditiously.

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

KANGAROO VALLEY (From Our Own Correspondent). On Saturday night a very success ful euchre party and dance was held in aid of the Tennis Club. Music was supplied by Walsh's orchestra. Euchre prizes were won by — Ladies, -Mrs. J. Reid; gent's, Mr. A. Flett. An enjoyable house party was held recently at the home of Mr. T. Ren dall, and on Wednesday night a similar function was held at Mr. P. Lidbetter's. The proceeds from both parties go towards the expenses of the forthcoming C. of E. flower show. ' * ♦ * * The junior farmer movement in K.V. has now elevated one of its mem bers, in the person of Mr. John Gra ham, to a general district service. He has been elected an associate member of the K.V. Agricultural Association's committee, and is keen on the duties required of him. After being success ful as a competitor in the junior far mers' State championship for pasture work, he has this year, in. competition with the local 'all-comers,' gained second place in the K.V. Agricultural Socie...

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SHOALHAVEN A. & H. ASSOCIATION SHOWGROUND IMPROVEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

SHOALHAVEN A. & H. ? ASSOCIATION j SHOWGROUND IMPROVEMENTS At a special meeting of the commit tee, held at the showground on Thursday morning last, it was decided to have the cattle and horse stalls and yards erected on the new area south of Worragee-street, and the stewards in the respective section* were authorised to corner wiin Mr. Gowans as to the plan and lay-out of the yards. The site chosen for the poultry pavilion is adjacent to the south ast corner of the present horse boxes, while it was unanimously decided that the publican's booth be erected almost immediately behind, but a little nearer the pavilion, than where it was originally situated. Many of the committee expressed grave doubts as to whether it would be possible to hold a show during the coming year.

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TOMERONG v. BERRY TOMERONG.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

TOMERONG v. BERRY TOMERONG.— 1st Innings. A. McGuire, b Lidbetter ? 53 A. Thomas, c Lidbetter, b McDon ald ? 25 Q. Thprnason, b Watson ? 8 A. Barham, c Blow, b Watson .... 0 R. Wrightson, h.o.w., b Crawford 0 W. Brownett, c Watson, b Kiley .... 14 C. Bryce, b Watson ? 74- T. McGuire, c McDonald, b Kiley 92 W. Wrightson, c Foreman, b Kiley 13 M. Parnell, c Watson, b Kiley .... 0 J. McGuire, not out ? 4 Sundries .... ? .... 15 Total ? , ? 298 BERRY.— 1st Innings. R. Humble, b T. McGuire ? 1 N. Crawford, not out ? 5 T. Lidbetter, not out ...: ? .... 22 Sundries ........ ? 6 One wicket for ? 34

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

BAPTIST The Rev. N. F. Reeve, preaching in Nowra Baptist Church last Sunday evening from the text in 16th chap. Matthew, 18th verse, 'Upon this Rock I will build my church,' said Jesus Christ was the first Person to use the word church. Away back in the Old Testament Scripture God said to Moses, 'Build me a house where I may dwell among my peoule.' But when Jesus Christ came He said, 'I will build my church.' The church is a spiritual body, consisting only of those regenerated by the spirit of God, or the whole company of born again persons, in all times, in all ages, in heaven and in earth. Would to Goct we could understand when Jesus Christ uttered these words He meant not only is the church indispensable but it is impregnable. Upon this rock the church is built. 'Other founda tions can no man lay than is laid, which is Jesus Christ.' And before the church can fail, Christ the Lord 1 must fail. The scene that calls for the expression of such words is most | interesting. The fickle...

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B. GRADE BURRIER v. METHODIST BURRIER.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

B. GRADE . BURRIER v. METHODIST ] BURRIER.— 1st Innings. E. Leslie, c J. Crawford, b A. Crawford ? 19 R. Forsyth, run out ? 4 W. Young, c Barron, b A. Crawford 8 K. Thomson, Ibw, b A. Crawford 9 F. Hughes, b Barron ? 0 R. Chandler, c and b A. Crawford 50 S. Lymbery, c Newton, b Barron 4 W. Lymbery, b J. Crawford ? 20 V. Grady, b Barron ? 3 J. Grady, b Barron ? 8 N. Kelton, not out ? 0 Sundries ? 10 Total ? 155 METHODIST.— 1st Innings. M. Walker, c Young, b Forsyth .... 0 B. Barron, Ibw, b Forsyth ? 10 A. Henry, c and b Hughes ? 17 J. Crawford, c Lymbery, b Forsyth 2 W. Tickle, c Lymbery, b Tho^on 11 G. Gould, b Thomson ? 0 A. Crawford, b Hughes ? 33 F. Martin, b Hughes ? 0 — Jacobs, c Chandler, b Hughes 0 D. Newton, not out ? 2 H. Henry, b Hughes ? 0 Sundry ? 1 Total ? ? 85

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