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

ROXY THEATRE A Whoever first got off the line that beauty is only skin deep didn't know , what he was talking about, declares John LaGatta, famous artist and one of six of the greatest living artists who chose the 'lovelist girls in the world' to appear in 'Artists and Models,', Paramount's * new Jack Benny filmusical which^opens to-night and to-morrow night' at the Roxy Theatre. According to LaGatta, who certainly should know. 'A woman is permanently beautiful only to the ex tent that her #3ne structure will per mit her to be. A girl like Sandra Storme, the new beauty whom Peter Arno, McClelland Barclay, Arthur William Brown, Rube Goldberg, Rus sel Patterson and I have just named 'the most beautiful girl in the world,' will always be beautiful, even if she lives to be a hundred 'years old.' Sandra Storme, British modeL' selected by the six eminent artists as their ideal of feminine puchritude, is included in the cast of 'Artists and Models,' together with Jack Benny, Ida Lupino, Ga...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOMADERRY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

BOMADERRY (From Our Own Correspondent). ' Trefoil and clover everywhere! The milk supply is going up in leaps and bounds, and block days are common. ? ? * * Work has been suspended on the dam being made in Bomaderry Creek. Too much water for the men to work. ♦ ? ? * Contractor Green is making a great showing with the hall, and the roof will soon be on. The secretary has received several applications for the use of the hall, but, of course, could not give any guarantee as to the date it will be finished. * ♦ ? ? Church services are conducted every Sunday in the community church here. Up till a few months ago, once a month was the order. ♦ * * ♦ Many improvements are being made at the local factories, and at no very distant date this place should be a very important commercial centre. * ? ♦ * Mr. Ernest Turner is giving up the farm he now occupies, and Mr. How lett, of Jasper's Brush, is taking over. ? * * ? The painting and repair staff of the Education Department are coming to the l...

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VICE-REGAL VISIT TO NOWRA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

VICE-REGAL VISIT TO NOWRA Lord and Lady Wakehurst, accom panied by Captain Pelly, A.D.O., and MissHermoine Llewellyn, private sec^ retary to Lady Wakehurst, motored through Jtfowra on Wednesday last on their way to Melbourne. They were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Ryan, at dinner, and later spent the night at Tilba, there being the guests of' Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bate. Mrs. Ryan, arranged her table with a decorative centrepiece of orchids (Denrobium); ? her reception rooms were* arranged.!, with bowls of choice gladioli and smaller vases of delphinium and pink , carnations.

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THE LATE MR. GEORGE KELLY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

THE LATE MR. GEORGE KELLY Yet another victim of the world war 'went west' on Thursday last, when Mr. George Thomas Kelly pass ed away at the Prince of Wales Hos pital at Randwick, at the age of 54 years. George, as he was familiarly called by a large circle of friends, had been gradually failing for the last coupie or years, when he lert Nowra to go into hospital. The deceased was a native of Nerriga, but spent most of his life in Nowra. He was a most conscientious and reliable worker, and for many years was employed by the Moore Bros. The mortal remains were brought to Nowra on Friday/many old friends attending the funeral. The deceased was a brother of Mr. Jack] rKelly, of Jervfs Bay. J

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

Wednesday, November 3, 1937. As a general rule, Aldermen and Shire Councillors are disinclined to undertake any new works or initiate any movements during the expiring periods of their term of office. They appear to feel that they would not be justified in incurring any expense on the eve of an election. In many in stances this point of view would un doubtedly be the correct one. In any matter involving the ratepayers in heavy liability, they would certainly not be justified in committing an in coming Council to any scheme that might be of doubtful benefit. But the policy of timidity may easily be car ried too far. A striking case in point was afforded by the Nowra Council at its last meeting. The local Parents and Citizens' Association, by letter, had suggested that the civic authori ties should take steps to establish a municipal band. The request was a reasonable one, and one that, if given effect to, would doubtless have found favor with a great majority of the residents and of ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE . ? . ? f\ ? ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Shoal havcn District Chamber of Commerce took place at the School of Arts on Thursday night. There was an at tendance of about thirty, and Mr. John Stewart (President) occupied the chair. The President extended a hearty welcome to those present. Arising out of the minutes of the last general meeting, the President .said he had interviewed Sergt. Cahill in connection with providing shelter lor those drawing food relief during -wet weather, and the Sergeant had stated that in such case the Court House could be used, affording relief to those who would otherwise be com pelled to wait out In the wet. The President also stated that the provi sion of public conveniences was being rfpfr»rri»H nnnrihur rnmnlpMnn nf flip .sewerage scheme. Mr. L. Lynch mentioned the matter of the late arrival of the Saturday morning train, remarking that while there had been an improvement fol lowing Mr. Kelly's visit, the conditions we...

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CHRISTMAS MAILS CLOSING TIMES FOR OVERSEAS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

CHRISTMAS MAILS 1 . ? u ? j CLOSING TIMES FOR OVERSEAS The Postal Department have re quested us to. publish the following information, for the benefit of the public, in connection with Christmas mails for the United Kingdom:— Parcels weighing more than 21b for delivery before Christmas in the Uni ted Kingdom, not including the Irish Free State, must be posted in time to reach the G.P.O., Sydney, before 6 p.m. on 5th November. Close at Nowra 10.30 p.m.. 4th November. Packages of 21b and less may be posted as small packets up to 4 p.m. on 17th November. Closing time, Nowra, 10.30 p.m. 16th November. All packages for the Ifish Free State, whether over 21b in weitrht or not, must be posted in time to reach the G.P.O., Sydney, before 6 p.m on 5th November. Closing time, Nowra, 10.30 p.m. 4th November. Parcels and., small packets have to be handed in at the post office coun ter. Each is required to bear a Cus toms declaration on the aporopriate form, obtained at the post office, and . the...

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

\ Now is your opportunity to buy a Good Used Car «| j HARRISON'S GARAGE | ? can help you— Come and Inspect j; \ = ? | i 1 ESSEX 1928 TOURER.— Ciood Or -Ut nnd Condition. Ke£istercd. i| jj 1 MORRIS COWLEY. — Square Jiiuli nlor. Good Order and Condition. ;{ » 1 RUG-BY 1924.— Good Mecli.-inicnl Condition. Cheap. jj J 1 WHIPPET 96. — Coach, Engine Good, Appearance Fair. Registered. $j i 1 WHIPPET 1929 SEDAN. — Good Appearance and First Class Median!- % ?' cal Order. Kogisterod. itj i ===== | ? HARRISON'S GARAGE | J, Noted for a Square Deal . ?| i Phone 44 . NOWRA t __,- ?'.!- y *,— ? -- ConiiiiiniiiijiiiiiiiiiMitJiiimiinMHimiinmujimimimiJiiimim I PHONE 13 BOX 13 I I MORISON'S | I THE OLDEST I I ESTABLISHED I ! BUTCHERY ON j ! THE SOUTH COAST j ! HAVE FAITHFULLY SERVED THE PUBLIC ! 1 FOR THE PAST 60 YEARS I | | I At Your Service I &CllimillllllCNIIIIIIIIIIIDHnilllllllClllllllllllllUIIHM j^^fei Can you sing ^^KSfl in the morning? fSiii*^3£lfip mm ? You know wh&t we mean. J...

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AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXVIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

AT CROSS PURPOSES ! CHAPTER XXVIII. | '?*=? One evening, after Maggie had | gone to bed, Caleb received a shock. | When he was discussing with Mark * the progress that was being made J -with 'Velsiik,' Mark said: 'Your pet g tramp, that fellow Adams, has gone. | I can't pretend to say I'm sorry, for 1 s; think him a hopeless sort of degener- § ate, and am glad to have seen the last J of him.' , . 1 1 A muscle twitched in Caleb's hard £ rather hoarse voice, one which caused § Mark to look at him in astonishment. 8 'Oh. he's gone, right enough,' , § Mark said. 'Cleared out of the mill ? S and from the town. I've had inquiries j made at his lodgings. He owed his j s poor landlady money and has disap- , jj peared.' i I Caleb was silent. Shortly after- ; ; ?wards Mark retired, and the old mill- ? owner sat up; lines of worry creasing J his forehead as he thought over the '. position. 1 1 'Has he found out where Alice is?' s His decision was quickly made. He ? must find out the position. ...

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

THE GARDEN j (By Our Special Gardening Expert). ; An important matter that has to be soon attended to is the cutting back of shrubs which have just com pleted their flowering. This is often neglected by amateur gardeners, and is responsible for many ill-shapen plants which do not carry anything like the amount of bloom the follow ing season, as is the case with those the correct, time. After the pruning has been completed, the soil around each shrub should be given a dressing of animal manure or fertiliser, which can then be lightly forked in to help the plant in px-oducing the right class of wood for the production of blooms I of quality the following season. Those people who have very little time to devote to gardening will find in shrubs and perennial plants a means of keeping up quite a decent display without having to devote much time and effort. Wherever the area is limited, and room cannot be found for the larger kinds of shrubs and trees, a choice must be made of the smaller...

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

!SKSSSffi8S£SiSS!iSiSiS8S83S!!S8S8S^ ? ? ; ' | Important Announcement | ? p A. K. SCHOFIELD | THE BETTER BUTCHER I Of Kinghorn Street = = Nowra | Wishes to notify his many Customers and the Public generally ii that his Business will be conducted as a i»! Cash a**d C&rry Butohery I From Monday, 1st November, 1937 jj r* We realise that meat prices in Nowra have been high, but the J« cost of Delivery and Booking have compelled high prices. This firm «J is cutting those costs, and confidently asks for your continued sup- ?) port. I* If you have not dealt with us in the past, call in and give us a J- trial; if you are a customer we trust to be favoured with a con- ?] tinuance of your support. Our prices will be considerably reduced, :, but we still maintain the Best Quality. J« For the convenience of Townspeople, we will deliver orders left '' at the shop during the day at 7 a.m. the following morning. We will »| not call for orders or run accounts. All goods WILL BE STRICTLY % C...

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

W. P. SPENCER j KINGHORN STREET, NOWRA j For Suits of Merit and Distinction Tailored - Entirely on the Premises - A GOOD SUIT MADE TO MEASURE j ACTION BACK SPORTS COATS J Cream or Grey Sports Trousers Made to Measure « -? 0 i Sells on consignment all farm and dairy -j JL j produce. *b ? Poultry — Fruit and Vegetables — Whatever % ? it is, send it to the P.D.S. Prompt account Q & I sales and every attention to your consign- 0 0 I ment. & 1 i THE PREP/HER GO-OPERATIVE KOBSE & I'TeT QUAY & VALENTINE STREETS, SYONEY 0 :E M4681 ^ ^ A ^ A J* -§ * is {?9 The only extra work caused by using Ej 1 P. B. MANURES 1 jg is at harvest time, when you have to gj *]« reap increased crops. ... srj 5 Our Booklet, 'Fertiliser- Facts,' is chockful S H of information on .fertilising. It is free, K H send for a copy. S ?a sp I PATON, BURNS & CO. | H . King & York Streets, Sydney 3 NOWRA CO-OP. DAIRY CO.. L TD.. PRODUCE DEPARTMENT CUflOH'SJjify&MeKlCE ...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ENTERTAINS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ENTERTAINS At the conclusion of the annual meeting of the Shoalhaven Chamber of Commerce, on Thursday night, ! members and a number of guests were entertained at supper, at which a number of toasts were honored, and musical items were contributed by Messrs. G. Facer and W. Faulkner, j The President (Mr. John Stewart) had charge of the proceedings, and after submitting the loyal toast, he *-aHcd on Mr. U. K. Walsh to propose Hie toast of 'The S.D. Chamber of Commerce.' ^ Mr. Walsh, in doing so. said the an- - mm! report, as read that night, gave . - ample evidence that the Chamber was - on the right track. In recent years - there had been a remarkable develop- « ment throughout the district, and - while a lot of that progress could be : - attributed to the Nowra Council, the | J Chamber of Commerce had also play- ' - rd its part. It was a very necessary - institution in any community. In the , J old world, amongst many other acti- - vities. Chambers of Commerce ha...

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

I ? ,. ^ ..... I Jfef If eti Jftree Liberators I The Guaranteed True Self-Supporting Socks. % VVWy/ iskr a^^, The most popular sock in Australia, which -| M&^^^^$%li§lSSB$y&& IS uncon-^l'iona'y guaranteed, with the A Hii ^^^^^^^^^^^^& patterns in silk or wool styles, in blues, t ^QKJr HOMWIIOOF $ .**&& €IIAFT*iJ»lASTBIlr - - jrfdJHrallJk ^ne °' '^° ou's'an-^'n9 socks X ^P^^HfiSBJlre- browns anc' 9reysi in s''- or ' I LIJXITE TIHJ-FITi x Good hard wearing qualities © have made Tru-Fit the most f ^BP^ IMJXITE POPULAII: ^ ? ^ .Made to supply the demand of ' v . . many thousands of men who j - I The largest, combined Manufacturers of Men's and } \ I ' Women's Hosiery in the Southern Hemisphere. * B AS H A'S I JUNCTION STBEET - V /&$$?& A- j

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THIRTY YEARS AGO (Rewritten from "Shoalhaven Telegraph," October 30th, 1907). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

mktiYi^^ (Rewritten from 'Shoalhaven Tele graph,' October 30th, 1907). Mr. Allen Gibson, of Cambewarra, who is leaving for Queensland, was given a send-off on Tuesday evening last. Complimentary references to the guest were made by the Chairman (Rev. J. Walker), and Messrs. Miller, Venn ,Price. Wm. Brown, Geo. Brown, Soper and Neain, and the latter, on behalf of the School of Arts, present ed Mr. Gibson with a travelling bag. - * * ' ? ? A man named William Seymour wells, a civil engineer, 45 years of age, was found dead in his room at the Greenwell Point hotel on Tuesday morning. The coroner (Mr. C. J. B. Watson) held an inquiry, and on the medical evidence found that death was due to heart failure. * * * * Mr. C. S. Moss, who is leaving Nowra for Sydney, was entertained by about 60 lady and gentleman friends at the Kia Cafe, on Thursday evening. A musical programme was contributed to by Mrs. A. R. Morton, Miss Florrie Shepherd, Madge McTernan, Grace Patterson, Messrs. Powell, Seld...

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Snakes Exploded Ideas That Have Been, and Still Are Believed About Them. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

1 Snakes ! Exploded Ideas That Have Bee-i, and Still Are j Believed About Them. f ? I (BY 'FREELANCE'). ! Since the time Eve fell a victim to the wiles of a serpent, up to the pre sent day. more untruths have been told about snakes than about any' other members of the animal king dom— fish included. Snakes, and stories about them, hold a fascination, for most people. With but few excep tions, all land members of the animal kingdom are afraid of snakes. In a bush experience of thirty years, I have noticed that horses will shy off snakes, and dogs that have never be fore seen one will at once recognise an enemy. The pig is about the only animal in N.S.W. that treats a snake with contempt, for he rests secure m the fact that the layer of fat on his I body is a sure prcventative of the ! .snake's venom entering the blood .stream. After a flood in the Mac qnarie River. wiJd pigs destroy hun dreds of snakes in and around the Macquarle marshes. Who has not read with a feeling | akin to awe...

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

THE MUTUAL LIFE & ClTlZENs! ASSURANCE CO., LTD. I (Assets Exceed £25,000,000). J- Nowra Representative: i Merv. S. Rankin | 'Phone 261. f Ordinary, % Probate, & Endowment, % Business Partnership, % Industrial, ¥ Accident Insurances Effected |- 15 WEST STREET, NOWRA | -iiiiiiimiii3iiiiiiiiiiiit](iiiiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiic)[iiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiii'i£ CONSULT | R. P. YOUNG, M.I.O. J (P. W. YOTJNG & SON) I Optician & Optometrist | JUNCTION STREET | NOWEA I = PHONE 77. BOX 17. I c iiinmiiiiiiiiiaiiiininiiinimiiiimiuiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiimiitJiiiiiiiiiiiinir j allTcampers' supplies ? AT ? FRANK ALLEN'S HUSKISSON OYSTER SUPPERS A SPECIALITY HAROLD MANION SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, AND PROCTOR BANK OF N.S.W. PREMISES JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA {ffa[ riifi. if ^^7 J yw//kw/-wra/ / JLr SlOCKINfcV W. D. LEES, 103-105 JUNCTION ST., NOWRA. I Never in the History of WoodhilPs 1 Have We Made Such an Offer! | ]| We are doing this to advertise and to | II get those peopl...

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METHODIST RAINBOW FAIR [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

METHODIST RAINBOW FAIR The Methodist Rainbow Pair even-] tuated in the School of Arts, Nowra, ' ?on Thursday and SWday last, and was 5n eyery way an unqualified success. There was a good attendance throughout, and satisfactory business resulted on. both days and nights. The stalls were well arranged, and each carried a rainbow-colored sign, while the hall decorations were in keeping with the name, a large rainbow arch also being suspended across the front of the stage. The official opening took place on Thursday afternoon, the ceremony being performed by Mrs. Wesley Stocks, of Wollongong, wife of the Rev. Wesley Stocks, Chairman of the Methodist District. Thp Rev A T. Newton; in introducing Mrs. Stocks, said he was pleased to welcome such a large gathering; also the Rev. Wes ley Stocks, Rev. Begbie, Lieut. Dickie (Salvation Army), Rev. Arthur (Berry), and the members of the vari ous denominations. Revs. Begbie, Stocks, Arthur, and Lieut. Dickie extended greetings to the Methodist fr...

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

JERVIS BAV (From Our Own Correspondent). They came— they saw—they con quered! The engineers have com pleted the overhaul of the electricity generating plant, and we are told that the existing plant is to carry on and do the work for another season. Well —here's hoping! But harking back twelve months, we remember officials , wearing wrinkled brows and expect ing trouble. Now we have another house of 100 rooms and all the acces sory lines that go with such an estab lishment to be carried; and the re placement of piston -rings and a tune up generally for the Diesels is to effect this great improvement and increase of capacity. Well, again here's hop ing! ? * * ? It is stated that we will see the basalt and sand being unloaded this week for work to proceed on the ten nis courts for the use of the fleet. We had begun to wonder whether the felling of the power-house chimney stack and the levelling of the ash heap was only to give brcamers more room to cast their lines. ♦ * * ? The trawler...

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

'VALENTINE'S' ! (LATE BEEHIVE) I For Higher Quality and Lower Prices 1 ; Our Stock is Carefully Selected with a view of giving our Cus- i '. tomers the utmost value in all Departments, and embraces: — |- GROCERY, PATENT MEDICINES, TOBACCO, STATIONERY, 1 CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ENAMEL, ALUMINIUM AND TIN- f ; 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. % ', Our display of Crockery is very attractive, and as prices are likely X to advance we would advise making your Xmas Selections early. A * ; small deposit will secure any article you may fancy. x Odd Cups, 3d each; Cups and S., 4id ea. Tea Sets, 3/11. Salad f ; Sets. 2 11. Jugs, 6d. Teapots, 1/-. Sweets Dishes, 4£d ea. X You are sure of Courteous Servive and Prompt Delivery at 1- VALENTINE'S I ! 48 KINCHORN ST., NOWRA f '. 'PHONE 83. I v!t\ J) T-- TURN X^J^J* ___ _. Every McCormick-Dcering cream ^ — rr ? TIT separator is...

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