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

CAMBEWARRA (From Our Own Correspondent). The Cambewarra branch of the junior farmers held a concert ana j dance in the School of Arts on Tues day night, 19th instant. Heavy rain | fell during the evening, and this ; p.nnspri a bie falling-off in the at tendance. Those who did brave the weather were pleased with the pro gramme, and gave every item a good reception. Items were contributed by Miss Muller, piano; Mrs. Dahlstrom, song; Miss Sullivan, recitation; Mr. C. Coulthart. song; Mr. Stewart, song; and Messrs. Pat and Neil Thurgate, saxophone. The young people of the district gave a few short items in the form of dialogues. The first was 'How to make a Cake,' by Misses Valda McKinnon and Mary Brown. Those taking part in the nex dia logue. 'Keeping Shop,' were Bill Brown (storekeeper). Albert and Sam McKinnon, Jack Randall, Harry Wad din?.ton, Ken and Bob Brown, John and Clyde Evison, and Valda McKin non. the last dialogue. 'In a Den tist's Waiting Room,' was rather a hard piece, an...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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NOWRA v. BERRY NOWRA.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

NOWRA v. BERRY NOWRA.— tst Innings. C. Dent, c Agar, b Blissett ? 12 P. Woodhill, Ibw, b Higgins ? 35 P. Ison. c and b Higgins ? 28 A. Chapman, c Turner, b Henry l B. Kirkpatrick. b Mannell ? 24 R. Evison, c Blissett, b Higgins .... 3 C. Prior, b Higgins ? 1 P. West, c Henry, b Higgins ? 10 E. Rolfe, not out ... .„ ? 2 P. Wiley, b Mannell .... ? 0 C. Maroney, c Henry, b Higgins & Sundries ? .... .... .... 11 Total ? .*~132 Bowling: Mannell, 2-30; Blissett, 1-21; Higgins, 6-43; Henry, 1-20. BERRY.— 1st Innings. A. Agar, st Ison, b Wiley ? 19 C. Turner, b Evison ? 7 E. Turner, not out ? 24 J. Higgins, run out ? 13 L. Henry, not out ? 7 Three wickets for ? 69

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

COUNCIL BREVITIES ? u ? The Water Committee reported hav ing considered the requested exten sion of water to Mr. W. J. McDonald's property on Braidwood Road, and found that in the circumstances the extension could not be recommended. The sewerage and gas inspector re ported that the total sewerage con nections to date were 101. The electrical engineer recommend ed that current used for Neon signs be charged at domestic power rates, i.e.. first 100 units at 2d per unit; ex cess at Hd per unit. The health inspector recommended that the owner of a house -32 East street) be given thirty days' notice to demolish the house and cleanse the premises, failing which Council take action to have the building demolish ed. All the above recommendations were adopted.

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ROXY THEATRE "TALL TIMBERS"—A GREAT AUSTRALIAN PICTURE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

ROXY THEATRE 'TALL TIMBERS'— A GREAT AUSTRALIAN PICTURE 'Tall Timbers,' Cinesound's latest production, showing at the Roxy Theatre to-night (Wednesday) and to-morrow night, is a modern, drama tic romance, filmed in Nature's stronghold, the Valley of Giants, with the most astounding action climax ever unleashed. Imagine it! A mighty 'timber drive,' something never be fore attempted on the screen, when fifty acres of towering forest giants crash with thunder-like roars into the valley below, at mere man's command. What a spectacle! What thrilling en tertainment. 'Tall Timbers' is a de lightful adaptation of Capt. Frank Hurley's great Australian romance, a. tender love story that grows to strength and loveliness in a fiery caul dron of unleashed passions as rival companies clash in fight for big tim ber contract, and men daily flirt with death when treacherous methods re sult in many 'accidents,' including the sensational explosion of the tim ber train bridge and the mysterious cutting...

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

SOCIAL ? n ? At a Nuptial Mass celebrated at the Church of the Assumption. Camper down, on Saturday, 2nd October, Miss Margaret, (Noreen) Boyle, second daughter of Mr. Mark Boyle and the late Mrs. Boyle, formerly of 'Coomon- derry,' Berry, was married to Mr. Greg A very, youngest son of the late Mr. W. Avery and Mrs. A very, of Camperdown, Sydney. Rev. Father O'Donoghue officiated. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father, Mr. Mark Boyle. Miss S. Boyle was bridesmaid, and Mr. M. Donlan best man. A reception was held at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. J. Brown. * # * * To celebrate the 21st birthday of Miss Jean Purdie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Purdie, of Nowra, a large gathering of friends jnet at the Dig gers' Hall on Saturday last, the hall being nicely decorated for the occa sion. Miss Jean received many costly and beautiful presents, including a canteen of cutlery from her parents. Dancing and games were indulged in, and about 11 o'clock a halt was called f...

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

1 Roxy Theatre I I To-night and To-morrow Night , I I Wed. & Thurs.— October 27 & 28 | I SHIRLEY ANN RICHARDS, FRANK LEIGHTON IN i I 'TALL TIMBERS' I |- With Frank Harvey, Harvey Adams, Joe Valli, |- -| Associate Attraction: « t WARNER OLAND IN 1 I 'CHARLIE CHAN ON BROADWAY' I I Friday and Saturday October 29, 30 I I SONJA HENIE I 4- Of 'Girl in a Million' Fame. More captivating than ever in |- I 'THIN ICE' I I With Tyrone Power. I j- Supporting Attraction: -| I GEORGE FORMBY | X In the Longest, Loudest Laugh of a Lifetime! t I 'FEATHER YOUR NEST' I l- Supporting Peaturettes: 'SHOEIN* HORSES,' a Pop Eye % f Cartoon. Also 'THE HOUND AND THE RABBIT,' a | |- Color Cartoon. J- 1 At the MAT. SAT., also FRI. NIGHT, at 8 p.m., CHAPTER | | 6 of the Serial, 'THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK | I MERRIWELL.' | I Monday & Tuesday, Nov. 1 — 2 I I BERT WHEELER, ROBERT WOOLSEY IN I I 'ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN' I % Associate Attraction: -| X LEO CARRILLO, MARY CARLISLE, LYNNE OVERMAN, | ±...

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

PYREE v. BOMADERRY Bomaderry won the toss, and open ed with V. Williamson and H. Thur gate. Leaney was given the new ball, one run coming from the over. Ryan bowled into the breeze and 2 runs resulted from his first over, 4 runs coming trom Ryan's second over; ootn batsmen were subdued. Leaneys third over was a maiden. - Ryan's third over saw Leaney snap up an ex cellent catch in the slips. Thurgate was the victim, and he retired with 9 to his credit and the tally 12. J. Ingram followed, and together with Williamson made the best stand of the innings. After Leaney had bowl ed 8 overs for 6 runs, he gave way to McDonnell, who immediately dropped into a good length, and was unlucky with chances being missed. Ryan was relieved by Me Andrew. These two spin bowlers had the batsmen wor ried, and eventually Ingram was nice ly stumped by Ward off McAndrew, with the board showing 37. Ingram had made 15. L. Oke made 1 and went jdw to McAndrew with the score 3 for 39. Reg McGuire followed, and...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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CRICKET NUMBAA v. WANDANDIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

CRICKET NUMBAA v. WANDANDIAN The late starting habit was very much in evidence at Numbaa on Sat urday for the clash between these two solid batting combinations. Upon winning the toss for the locals and deciding to bat, Toby Bice took his dependable partner. Bruce Miller, to open the innings. Owing to the un fortunate road accident, Wandandian were minus tlieir opening bowling at tack. However, Neil Watt kept the batsmen quiet for a considerable time, striking a good length and making good use of the breeze to swerve the ball. Both batsmen were playing very correct cricket, with the runs coming fairlv freely. With the score at 78. Sid Watt was brought on, and mused a sensation by clean bowling Bice with a slow long-hopper. Toby, in attempting to punish it severely, hit too soon. Jim Miller joined his brother, who was batting very well, and included eight fours in his fifty, which came up with the century on the board. Jim also was soon into his .stride, and a good partnership was on...

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

I DID YOU SEE I I Three Wise Guys i S AT 1 HEWLETT'S | THE MEN'S STORE I I In the Season's I I Newest Sports Togs § I Phone 165 89 JUNCTION STREET I ft , S3 I SHOE WEEK I | — AT — ? ss Pat Maguire's | | SPECIAL VALUES IN LADIES AND GENT'S SAMPLE SHOES AT § | HALF PRICE AND LESS. g I A FEW SUGGESTIONS ? 1 it LADIES' SANDALS, Colors White, Blue, Green, Red, Brown, etc H I all sizes, 5/11, 6/11, 7/11, 8/11. \ ' | ff SPECIAL VALUE in Ladies' Suede Court Shoes, Navy, 'Black, or 1 :| Brown, semi-stilt Heel, sizes and half sizes. Usually 14/11; half price, |§ || LADIES' HOUSE SHOES, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11.- l| I LADIES' HIGH GRADE SAMPLE SHOES, Black, Brown, etc I 8 Latest Styles. Usually 12/11, 14/11, 16/11, 22/6. My Price, 7/6, 9/11, i I 11/9, 12/11. /,.'??? - | ji GENT'S BLACK OR TAN CALF SHOES, aU Sizes, 8/11, 9/11, f 15 12/11, 14/6. ' 3 I PATENT PUMPS, SEWN SOLES, 6/11, 7/6, 7/11, fl/Jl. | I ODDMENTS IN, CHILDREN'S SHOES, 4/11, 5/11, 6/11, 7/11. | S SATISFACTION ALWAYS OR MONEY REFUNDED AT ...

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

Latest Gramophone Records and all Musical Instruments. DIBLEY'5.* -

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CHURCH SERVICES Sunday, 31st October. METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

CHURCH SERVICES Sunday, 31st October. METHODIST Nowra: 10 a.m., Junior C.E.; 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., Mr. A. Dando. Woolamia, 11; Falls Creek, 1.30; Kan garoo Valley, 7.30, Rev. A. Newton. Tuesday, 7.30, Girls' Comradeship. Wednesday, 7.45, C.E. Meeting. Thurs day, 4, Rays; 7.45, Choir Practice. Friday, 8.30, Wayside Pulpit. Rev. A. T. Newton, -Minister. PRESBYTERIAN Nowra: 11 a.m.; 6.45 p.m., Prayer Meeting; 7.30 p.m., Evening Service. Pyree, 2 p.m., Special Children's Ser vice. Story of Australian Inland Mis sion; Soloist, Rev. A. Begbie. ? Monday, Nov. 1st, Girls' Auxiliary and Order of Burning Bush, 7.30. Tuesday, 2nd, Choir Practice. Wed nesday, 3rd, Cambewarra, 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. H. G. Auld, E.D., B.A. Mrs. Ellen Davis, of the Crown Hotel, Wollongong, successfully ap pealed at last week's Quarter Sessions against a conviction on June 14th last for allowing a person on her licensed premises. Mr. J. W, Shand appeared for Mrs. Davis.

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

JERVIS BAY (Prom Our Own Correspondent). We hear from all quarters that Jer vis Bay has progressed. But how can this progress be gauged? The place looks the same as it did 12 months or three years ago, so I looked for some proof. The gauge of progress can usually be read through essential public services, so I sought the post master. That gentleman informed me that all his figures are officially con fidential; but sufficient could be gathered from his conversation to prove that the place had gone ahead in leaps and bounds. In the course of three years the aggregate of all busi ness conducted has more than trebled. Some sections have increased twelvefold. The biggest increase in business has probably been in the agency banking, but the telephone service is a striking illustration oi growth. Three years ago Jervis Bay depended on a share of one line witli Tomerong and Huskisson. Now that line is still in use, and in addition, two 'through' trunk lines are pro vided and are kept well o...

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

CYCLING (By 'Malvern'). The bright sunny day last Sunday was ideal for the Touring Club's run to Jerry Bailey, and in all there were over twenty in the party, including several of the fair sex. Shortly after half past nine the riders left the Nowra post office, and . proceeded to cycle leisurely down j through Bolong, over the bridge at Broughton Creek, and along the tree- i lined road to Coolangatta, where a j halt was made for a few minutes' rest. By now the sun's rays were begin ning to make themselves felt, and the ' riders were glad that they only had . two or three miles to go, although the greater part of it was through deep sand, which necessitated a fair amount of walking. However, by 11 o'clock the destination was reached, and after depriving the store of all ' possible refreshments the riders | settled down in a sheltered spot to do j justice to a hearty luncheon. After J satisfying their hunger, some of the party spent the best part of an hour ; in the surf, whilst other...

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THIS WEEK'S RECIPE TOMATO & CHEESE SOUFFLE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

THIS WEEK'S RECIPE I S TOMATO & CHEESE SOUFFLE i (By Mrs. Praser Armstrong). I Peel half a dozen tomatoes, I i season with pepper and salt and | i a touch of sugar, and place in a § 5 buttered souffle dish; put a tea- t cupful of fine bread crumbs into f i a basin, with a piece of butter I i the size of a walnut. Moisten this i J with a teacup of hot milk, and | i allow it to soak in for a few f i minutes. Season again, adding 1 5 a dash of cayenne and half a ] i teaspoon of made mustard. Add | - three (3) tablespoons of grated f '- cheese and the yolks of two (2) I »; eggs; and lastly, stir in the \ i whites of the eggs which have j J been beaten to a stiff froth. Pour ! » this mixture over the tomatoes, S J and bake in a good oven from ? { 15 to 20 minutes. { : i

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

PERSONAL On Monday afternoon, while play ing at the C.W.A. grounds, little Betty Stokes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Stokes, of Worrigee-street, met with, a painful accident, necessitating five stitches in her forehead. * ♦ * * Perforated Ghillie Shoes for cool feet, in white, brown and black. 15/11 per pair. Davis, Junction St.* Miss Patty Preo, who has been ill In Berry Hospital for over two months, was conveyed by the district ambulance to Lewisham on Monday night for treatment by a Sydney specialist. * * * # Mr. and Mrs. 'Teddy' Sykes, of Wol longong, spenif the week-end in, Now ra. Mrs. Sykes was formerly Miss Jean Kelly. * * * ? Order big Toys on Lay-By. Dibley's.* * . * * # Mrs. Faulks, mother of Mrs. Steele, of Berry-street, though 97 years of age. attended at the Nowra polling booth on Saturday, and recorded her vote. * * * * Superintendent and Mrs. Dalton, and Mrs. C. Rauch, secretary of the Ladies' Auxiliary, represented the local committee at an ambulance dance at Kiama ...

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

PYREE CRICKET CLUB On Tuesday next, Melbourne Cup day, Pyree cricketers are holding a euchre party and dance at Pyree. These functions are always popular; the dance 'programme is mainly old tune, and Mr. A. Tetley will supply the music. The committee have included a schottische competition, which should bring forth many 'old stagers' for this popular event. Duncan's cars run from Nowra. 6d return.

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CHILDREN WHO "SHOW OFF" [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

CHILDREN WHO 'SHOW OFF* 'The desire to impress people, to make the world sit up and notice us, comes to all of us at times. So it is hardly surprising that most children, go through a phase of showing-off. and that most mothers have blushed at times for the way their children, have behaved in front of strangers. 'A little showing-off is natural, but if we reward it with too much ap plause and admiration, our children, won't be able to be happy without it when they grow up. If, on the other hand, we snub them for showing-off, they may turn bitterly against a world which doesn't seem to appreciate them. Everything depends on the way we handle the child who deliber ately seeks applause. Thus writes Dr. Anne Pedler, expert in child psychology, in 'The New Idea,' the . threepenny weekly paper . for women.' ,, In conversation with a representa tive of this paper, Mr. W. Dalton said he would like to express his apprecia tion, through the Press, to the tele phone attendants at Nowra exchang...

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BOWLING NOTES (By "Wrong Bias"). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

BOWLING NOTES (By 'Wrong Bias'). Four rinks from Wollongong paid a fraternal visit to Nowra on Saturday for a social game, which was enjoyed by both clubs. Nowra bowlers were pleased to get a change from the ordinary practice rinks, and the 'Gong bowlers expressed their satisfaction at the hospitality and welcome ex tended to them. Three of the Nowra rinks won, and two lost. Mark Mor ton's rink beat Jones, Bert Woodhill defeated Russell, and Harry Adlington had a victory . over his former club mate Frank Devlin. The scores in the last named rink were small owing to the fact that Frank's car went out of action on the way down, his arrival on the green being very late in con sequence. Hynd's Wollongong rink had a victory over Watty Graham, and Henvllle had an easy victory over Priddle. The aggregate scores were 103-96 in Wollongong's favor. On No. 6 rink some Nowra B.'s had a four-bowl game, the skippers being Dave Harrison and Tom Parrish. The publicity man had Arthur leading-, and t...

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

USE THIS COUPON Please forward me 'The Shoalhaven News' for ? months, postage free, for which I enclose the sum of ? Shillings. Name ? , ? Address ? .' ? , ? FOR MEN Many men have the impression that a Savings Bank Account is suit able only for women and children, and that it is neither convenient nor dignified enough for (business men. Certainly those business men who have many payments to make over a considerable area need cheque accounts, tout even those, in common, tritii all other men, will find the Savings Account a most useful and convenient aid to money accumulation. There is nothing undignified in the ?'ransaction of Savings Bank busi ness, ibut there is interest x-rofit to be earned on such monies as would otherwise lie idle. . , Throughout Australia there are Branches and Post Office Agencies of the i (Guaranteed by tin itofc^onweaHh H3oVernment)'4 y

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A CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

A CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION $ Send along the name and ad-f gdress and we will forward the& ^'Shoalhaven News' direct to your-| ^absent friend for either three, sixf | or twelve months, as directed. % h f- b v s- The subscription rates are 10/-4» !»per year or 3/-. per quarter -in$ ^advance). % i \

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