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

-:'Jii!iiiiiiiiiHiiiiiii!imaiiiii!iii[iit3iii!iiiiiiiir3ii!iiiiiiMiHiiiimiiiiitJiiu- I PAUL GALOPEDIS I 1 FOR HIGH-CLASS j j CONFECTIONERY j I PURE FRUIT j 1 DRINKS | I AND PETERS t 1 FAMOUS I | ICE CREAM | | Our Motto— i I Cleanliness. Civility and | = Quality § 1 THE 1 | Nowra & Roxy Cafes | | Phone 301 - - - NOWRA 1 |iii[]iiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiitiiiiiioiiiiiiiMiiuiiiiiiiimic]iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii:-*- ft ir To every cricketer who, ? I I] In any competition I 1/ j match In November, { f and while wearing I j Grlpu Trousers, scores I / ft century or performs / I the hat trick, a Chal / lenge, plain-coloured, / all-wool flannel blazer, ' ' made to measure, will I be presented FREE! , I Buy a pair and win a 1 blazer! Prices from *i^J9£2^ 14/6 to.. ..45/ W. D. LEES, 103-105 JUNCTION ST., NOWRA.. ^

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

[ G. P. Walker & Sons I I DRAINERS & PLUMBERS I I 29 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA $ I 'Phone 285. f I Estimates Given for Sewerage § & . Connections. % §- 4- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-^^^^-^^^^^-^-^-^-$-^-^^-^- 5SSgSSSS5SSSS£SSSS8S8SSSSgSgSSS£SSSSSSSSSSSS5SSSSSgS8£52 ! TORCHES ! I j TORCHES!! | Sturdy Jobs that throw a $j S§ ' Powerful Light. | | Fitted Complete with Bulb and §8 | Ever Beady Batteries ff I FOR 1/6 I Dudley W.Hughes I Junction Street, Nowra J

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THIRTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

THIRTY YEARS AGO (Rewritten from 'Shoalhaven Tele graph,' October 23rd, 1907). At a euchre tournament at Pyree, on Monday night, Miss Amy Walsh won the ladies' prize, and a lad named Nelson the gent's. * * * * Mr. C. S. Moss, for many years head clerk in the office of Mr-. T. Marriott, solicitor, has decided to remove to Sydney, where he has secured an ap pointment with his brother, Mr. Hyam Moss. * * * * Mr. J. J. Scotchmer having resigned from the showground trust, Mr. P. C. C. Mackay has been recommended for the vacancy. * * * * Tomerong and Nowra junior cricketers met on Saturday last. Scores: Tomerong 181 (G. McGuire 20, A. Greig 17, R. McGuire 66, VV. Watt 14, T. Mathie not out 19); Now ra 75 (A. Wotherspoon 21, L. Turner 14). * * * * Scores in the Cambewarra-Pyree junior match were: Cambewarra 15D (T. Brown 11, S. McKinnon 14, H. Sharman 37, C. Gardiner not out 51, W. Whitfield 14, R. Brottn 13); Pyree, no wickets for 103 ( J. Bevan not out 35, B. Cox not out 49). * * ? * Mr....

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AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXVI. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXVI. (Continued). 'Linton, turned away in scorn by the Cortlands after his failure, had determined to find his blind wife, and 'sponge' on her. He resolved to find her whereabouts by spying on Mark. ' Before the following week-end came Linton had a shock that made mm decide to leave Oldroyd's mill at once, ? and also made it a still greater neces sity for him to find a blind wife to sponge on. Linton was entering the carding-room when he felt a hand on his arm, and he turned to see Polly's lather, Bates, the carder, who had only that day returned to Oldroyd's mill. 'Well, by gum!' Bates said. 'Fancy seeing thee here, Linton!' He stood amazed. They had been carders in the same room at Oldroyd's before the crash had come and Linton had disappeared. Now here was Mark's father, work ing for his own son — yes, surely, in spite of his altered and disreputable appearance, Bates thought, this was Andrew Linton. But the other eyed him sullenly, his face white. 'Who...

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

-THE MUTUAL UFE & CITIZENS'! - ASSURANCE CO., LTD. f I (Assets Exceed £25,000,000). ^ i Nowra Representative: 1 I Merv. S. Rankin ! i I 'Phone 281. ? t ' f Ordinary, f t Probate, T & Endowment, f X Business Partnership, I I Industrial, I |- Accident Insurances Effected 1- I 15 WEST STREET, NOWRA I I I | Lionel Seyffer | .*? »♦ fc JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA £ s ? s ** ?#' i\ ? — — fe £ WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER | t OPTICIAN & OPTOMETRIST | 1 I i ? I g SEE THE DISPLAY IN OUR $j j§ WINDOWS | M ? §* I ? I ?5 _ All Work Guaranteed. .e. SlhsSSSS585£5SSS5GSSSSSS8SSSS88S&S2SSSS3SiSSSStSSSS^ 8 g ?J It Pays to Protect Your Property. U I PAINT i | IS THE BEST PROTECTION |j $ Employ an Experienced Painter. || v; See First $ #0 I 1^ ^^^ III bU Iw 1 1 ^^f I |l ft2 |5 Decorative Paper Hanger |8 P Home Decorations, |jj §jj Sign Writing Specialised. *jj S .Advice Free. |g I WORRIGEE STREET, NOWRA | BERMALINE BREAD Pure Appetising Easy to Digest Delicious The Richest Parts of t...

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

t* fJT»tvrt '5 %*, ?* ♦??0 iS | f taltom pctrs | |j 16 Pages. i| ( 2* Published Every Wednesday, jjj Ifc ? | v» Terms of Subscription: it* ?* Per Year (in advance) 10/- p I ?J Per Quarter (in advance) 3/- ♦*? | £?' Per Quarter (booked) ? * 4/- ?? j £ ? L 8i S « i % Single Copy, 3d. £« '*? ♦? « * «??» *-»-».»-»i» ????.??:-? -».-)»t#.t« '?'??-?-?? ?*2e ???'????.??» _ _ , ( Wednesday, October 27, 1937. j

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

'THE COUNTRYWOMAN' We have received from Mrs. M. J. Molony, President of the local branch, a copy of the first issue of 'The Countrywoman in New South Wales,' the official magazine of the C.W.A. of N.S.W. The publication is a very creditable one, and is designed to en able all branch members to keep in touch with each other per medium of its pages. The first issue contains an excellent photo of the late Mrs. Mark Morton, for 11 years President of the local branch, together with a report of the opening of the memorial gates erected to her memory. 'The Country woman' is full of interesting reading, and should merit the support of all members of the far-flung organisa tion in whose interests it & Issued. ,

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

The result of the Federal elections on Saturday would appear to indicate that the people of the Commonwealth have p,ivcn the Lyons Government the hall-mark of their approval. Facing the electors for the third successive j term, the retiring Government had to } achieve a record in Federal political history to retain the reins of power. It is a peculiarity of the human race j thai, change has a charm for the mul titude, as has so frequently been de monstrated by previous appeals to the people. The election just fought and j won and lost was, perhaps, in view of i the present troublous state of world affairs, the most momentous in the life of a young nation. The question of Empire co-operation, as espoused by the Government forces, has been emphatically approved of by the people, in preference to the policy of isolation advocated by the Labor party. This was possibly the deciding factor with many thousands of elec tors who on Saturday expressed their opinion through the ballot-box. As ...

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 27 October 1937

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND At All Saints' Church of England on Sunday night, the rector, Rev. Alan E. Begbie, preached on the aniracle of the Feeding of the Five Thousand found , in Matthew 14:15-21. Takine as his text. 'He took, he brake. he gave' (v. 19), he said that this was a Threefold act with a Threefold sig nificance. Firstly it was a Miraculous Act displaying Christ's Sovereign Power; secondly it was a Prophetic Act manifesting His coming' Passion ! and revealing His Saving Purpose; . and thirdly it was a Symbolic Act un- ; folding a Sacred Plan for us, His : people. Concerning the Miraculous Act, we find the disciples tired and i lacking both faith and imagination, ! but Christ did this thing to lead them , from the material to the spiritual and from the spiritual to the super- ; natural. As a Prophetic Act He show ed that He Himself, the Bread of Life, was ? soon to be taken to Calvary, broken, and given to satisfy the soul hunger of a needy world. Symbolical ly. Mr. ...

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

METHODIST Preaching at the Methodist Church on Sunday evening, the Rev. A. T. Newton took his text from Rom. 8:18, 'I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.' Soeakine on 'The ministry of suffering and sorrow,' he referred to the tragic motor accident of Saturday, and paid tribute to the .two ladies to whom death came so Suw-C-xily. He referred' to their loving service of helpfulness in their own homes, in the church, and to the sick in hospitals. Special prayers were offered on behalf of the bereaved, and the injured in hospital. Christians are not exempt from suffering, and they are not merely to bear it, but to ?use it. Though troubles and sorrows that come to us may not be God's ?will, yet He can and does use them to bind us closer to His great heart of love. Some has said that: 'What life does to us in the long run depends upon what life finds in us.' We de termine the results of suffering in ou...

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

PRESBYTERIAN At the Presbyterian Church, on Sunday night, the preacher, Rev. J. H. G. Auld, B.A., took as his text words ! of Jesus in Matt. 10:34, 'Think not ! that I am come to send peace on j earth. I came not to send peace, but j a sword.' This prophetic word of the j Master, expressed m a cnaracteris tically Eastern extravagant way in order to emphasise a truth, has been literally fulfilled. The mission of i Jesus, ultimately aiming at peace and i . goodwill, individually and collectively I could only be accomplished through I suffering and sacrifice. At the begin ning of His life on the earth this truth was first tragically illustrated by King Herod's massacre of the in nocents. During His ministry the shadow of the cross was upon His way. Gethsemane and Calvary were -watchwords of Christianity. For three centuries bitter persecution were the growing pains of the new religion that was to emancipate mankind. Through the ages 'the blood of the martyrs has been the seed of the ch...

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BOWLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

BOWLING NOTES ? 0 ? (By 'Wrong Bias'). Two games in the pairs competition were played on Saturday afternoon. Both were interesting, and attracted a good deal of attention. On No. 1 green the M.L.A. and ex-C.S. were op ppsed to the minister and the panel beater. The game was close, and for some time favored the clergyman, but later Mark got a lift up by scoring six in one end, and the eventual scores were— Morton and Templeton 18,' Auld and Stone 17. On No. 2 green the motor body builder and the butter man fought H.A. and the .tinsmith, and again there was great enthusiasm displayed, no time being taken off the serious business of the game for such frivol ity as afternoon tea. Indeed, one en thusiast was observed walking up and down the green with a tea cup in one I hand and buttered biscuits in the other, directions to his partner as to where to place the next shot being issued between mouthfuls, to the utter disruption of all bowling etiquette, as one of the older players very audi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

STARTLING ANNOUNCEMENT ! I White Lead Dropped 1 £3 IPs. - - Per Ten f — Call at— ' § Jim Hughes | LOCAL DISTRIBUTOR FOR g B-A-L-M Paints and DiiLu%| : 24 KINGHORN STREET, NOWRA. 'PHONE 42. § I ?- ? ' « iSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSESSSSSSSSSS^^ S8S8SSSSSSSSS8S888SSSSSSSSSSS8SiSSSSSSSSSSS8SSSSSeSSSSSSS8SSS8S^ I WE HAVE PROVED 1 I $ I ? THAT — ? I iQusLlrty Pays; I , I I § £ WE'VE PUT THE VERY BEST INTO THE NEW SEASON'S STOCKS % % FOR MEN AND BOYS | s Clothing that is Tailored to the Highest Standard ? Hats ?{ | that make reputations for Style, Colour, and reflect credit to both the j-j $ maker and seller ? Mercery distinguished for Fashion Correct- pj § ness ? Swim Suits and Trunks for those who like comfort Jj ? with Beach Style ? Underwear that is 'Made to Wear Without jp § Repair.' .' . . . Footwear that embodies all the most reliable Brands, $j § Yet, with all their Splendid Quality, they are extremely Moderately j- % Priced. % % & | MAKE OUR STORE YOUR STORE | \ . . - — '==^...

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FISH SCALES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

FISH SCALES (By 'John Dory'). It is said that some very fine black bream are being caught at the coal wharf and near the beacon at the entrance of the Shoalhaven. The best bag during the week-end was twenty-seven very fine fish, so there should be some fine bags next week end when the Anglers' Club have their outing at Greenwell Point. ? * * * The new Council wharf is rivalling the butter factory wharf for a good fishing spot, as there have been some very fine bream and flathead caught there, both early in the morning and in the evening; but a long handled net is required to land a sizeable fish. !* * * * It is a mystery to me . that more anglers on this river do not fish for ?whiting at night time on the rising tide in shallow water, as the river just at the present time is literally alive with these delectable fish. Proof of this statement may be had from the net fishermen, who are getting good hauls on the flats near Spain's Creek and on the flats near Pig Island. * * * * There i...

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DRAMATIC NEWS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

DRAMAHC NEWS . .*' After many delays and disappoint ments, the local Dramatic Society's first entertainment, which will take place on 16th November, looks like being quite a success. The main play (there are three on the programme) is 'The Dumb Waiter.' Actually there are two waiters, both of whom are 'dumb' in at least one sense of the word, and this causes amusing com plications. There are other queer people, too. in the Summit Tavern in the Adirondacks, where the action takes place, including Gloria and Billy, who, being in love, must be in cluded in the queer ones; Professor McNoodle, apparently an eccentric and harmless collector; and Henry J. Banister, apparently from Wall Street — quite a distance. However, in the words of the poet, 'Things are not what they seem.' Bert Wilking, a nobleman by necessity, is being 'per- sood' by the widder Venderhof , who, he says, is in search of husband num ber three, having mislaid the first, two. She like Prudence and Jack, in love, but for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

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GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

GOLF ASSOCIATES — : ? ^j ? Miss Morton's trophy will be played for on Saturday (14 holes stroke), with the draw as fdllows:— Mrs. Sut ton v. Mrs. Rauch; Mrs. Gowans v; Miss Carter; Miss Rolfe v, Mrs. For rester; Mrs. Oliver v. Miss Campbell; Mrs. Young v. Miss Hewlett; Miss Bice v. Miss Morison; Mrs. Hewlett v. Miss Gilbert. In the season's eclectic Mrs. For rester, leads with 74, followed by Miss Campbell 76. Miss Campbell now leads in the points score, with 30, followed by Miss Carter 29, and Miss Rolfe 23.

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FISHING CLUB NEXT SUNDAY'S ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

FISHING CLUB ? o ? NEXT SUNDAY'S ARRANGEMENTS After the report of the Fishing Clutf. meeting had been printed, Mr. Bob Esling tiiforme^ us thatan alteratioii has been made in the arrattgementsL It has been decided to engage a bus *b 4aransport members to Gj^jenweU Point, and Payne tod Kelly; will leave the Prince of Wales ^corner on Sunday next at 7 a.m. Will all members who wish to take part please note.

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FISHING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

FISHING CLUB ?u ? The monthly committee meeting ?was held on the 27th October, at Mr. Geo. Facer's saloon. The President -Mr. M. J. Molony) was in the chair, and the following members of the committee were present: Messrs. Bob Esling (secretary), W. Valentine, D. Hughes, H. Laughton, W. Sulway, G. Facer, W. Lees, J. Campbell,* D. de 'Mfjttre. H. Dienam (treasurer), and J. McArthur. An apology was received from Mr. Alf Stuckey. It was decided that the next outing be held at Greenwell Point, on Sun day, 7th November; starting time 8 a.m., finishing time 5 p.m. Mr. Bill Sulway was appointed captain of the day, and Aid. John Stewart's and P. S. West's trophies will be competed for; also Mr. H. Laughton's prize for the heaviest fish weighing three pounds or over. The matter of transport was fully discussed, re the hiring of a special bus, but it was decided that the ar rangements which served the club so well last season should still hold this year; so it is up to the members go ing on t...

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KANGAROO VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

KANGAROO VALLEY T ? O ? (From Our Own Correspondent). Mr. Sid Napier, jun., had the mis fortune to have a nasty gash inflicted on his forearm from the horn of a bullock which he was handling. A blood vessel was severed, and with severe bleeding medical attention was given and bleeding checked and stitches inserted. ? ? . ♦ ♦ A euchre party and dance, proceeds in aid of the forthcoming C. of E. flower show, was held on Tuesday, evening at the residence of Mr. H. Rendall. Euchre prizes .were won by —Ladies, Miss Doris Jarrett; and gents, Mr. A. J, Good. * * * * . , ' ? ? The flower show and sale of work: (in aid of the C. of E. funds) takes place on Saturday, November 6th (day and night). Arrangements are well in hand for the usual success of this annual church event. The exhibition of flowers, on seasonal conditions, should be good. ? ♦ , * * . Kangaroo Valley A. and H. Society's annual juvenile ball, held on Friday night, maintained its usual popularity, ?and an enjoyable evening wa...

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