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

CRICKET SPLASHES (By 'French Cut'). Bruce Miller certainly enhanced his reputation against Wandandian. His performance with both bat and ball getting a century and half the wickets for moderate cost— was a great solo effort towards Numbaa's victory. Neil Watt in the last two matches has placed his back to the wall for his side. His responsibility as Wandy's' skipper has certainly fallen on broad shoulders, coupled with a nTHari haf. A era t not Dnmn i*«« »^«.uaj 51— practically half the runs; and against Numbaa more than half the runs, unconquered, Wandandian are credited with hav ing a good batting side and moderate bowling, in the last two matches their oppostiion has scored over 300 runs on each occasion, and with the exception of Neil Watt, the timbermen have scored 135 runs in two innings. Country Week is only three weeks ?&, but Kiama are not hurrying in their effort to amalgamate with Shoalhaven. They surely believe in the last-minute rush. Berry, with their last two ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEDERAL ELECTIONS SUBDIVISIONAL RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

FEDERAL ELECTIONS SUBDIVISIONAL RETURNS Following is a list of the voting a the various polling centres in th Eden-Monaro electorate at the recen elections: — Subdivision. Allen Perkin Adaminaby ? 236 190 Araluen ? 246 177 Bega ? 1176 2306 Berridale ? 444 510 Berry ? 581 1467 Bombala ? 689 1145 Bowral ? 615 1328 Braidwood ? 500 666 Bundanoon ? 40T 576 Bungendore ? 395 381 Cobargo .... : ? 762 1289 Cooma ? 955 745 Eden ? 475 891 Goulburn Central .... 1650 1831 Goulburn North .... 930 705 Goulburn South .... 1602 1073 Gunning ? 571 753 Kangaroo Valley .... 110 341 Kiama .... ? 1082 1500 Marulan ? 136' 234 Michelago ? 269 305 Milton ? 355 620 Moruya ........ ........ 400 408 Moss Vale ? 849 1645 Niramitabel ? ...: 268 284 Nowra ::..'... *:... ':....- 912 1731 Pomeroy ? 145 ?' 364 Queanbeyan ? 1455 1134 Tarago „„--....?.. ? -221 ? 442 Postal votes ....: ? ,251 445 ?....._'-,? 18J6S.7 25,486

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

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

I ASHCROFT'S 1 I Junction Street, Nowra 1 I SPECIAL CONSIGNMENT OF | I CYCLOPS I I TRICYCLES . I I BICYCLES I I MOTOR CARS I I AH Kinds of Dolls I J- Ranging from ¥ | 30/- down to 1/-. -| I ASHCROFT'S | Tailor- Made Suits ' — AT — 1 [ Pat Maguire's I ' MEN! Before going elsewhere see my Range of Genuine Ready to -j ', Wear (Unclaimed) TAILOR-MADE SUITS. 2 ; SUITS that were made to sell at 75/-, 85/-, 95/-, 125/-, Now 39/6, 45/-, 1 - 55/-, 65/-. You have a choice of over 100, and there are sizes to -5 ; fit every figure. . i '- ODD COATS & COATS & VESTS, 12/6, 14/6, 16/6, 19/6. j I SPORTS COATS & BLAZERS, 10/6, 12/6, 14/6. I ; TROUSERS, Serge and Worsted, 10/6, 12/6, 14/6, 16/6. -j | STRONG WORK TROUSERS, 4/11, 5/11, 6/11, 7/11. t I WORK SHIRTS, 3/6, 3/9, 3/11. i I STRONG WORK BOOTS, 9/11. 10/9, 12/11, 14/6. 5 \ AND AN EXCELLENT RANGE OF SHIRTS, SOX, TIES, HATS, &c, &c. 1 - AND REMEMBER— -^ .... 1 - SATISFACTION ALWAYS OR MONEY REFUNDED AT , * ...

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PYREE v. BOMADERRY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

PYREE v. BOMADERRY The second day's play was com menced with Pyree 126 for 5 wickets, the not out batsmen, J. Smith 18, and L, McKenzie 5, resuming, Smith tak ing strike to Collis. Ten runs were added when V. Williamson clean bowl ed McKenzie for 7. Smith was out lbw to Collis for 22; Ryan was clean bowlea by Collis first ball. Eight wickets were down for 136. H. Mc Guire and B. Caines raised the total to 146, when Caines was run out. W. McBride, the last man, made 7, in cluding a sixv when V. Williamson bowled McGuire for 10, and the in nings closed for 154. With a deficit of 88 runs, Bomaderry opened their second innings with V. Williamson and H. Thurgate. Pyree's opening bowler was McBride, and in his sec ond over Thurgate was out for a 'duck,' being most brilliantly caught by Ryan one-handed at third man. J. Ingram partnered Williamson. Mc Andrew's two opening overs were maidens, but in his third over Leaney caught Williamson in spectacular fashion in the slips, having to leap i...

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

SCHOOL NOTES The primary final examination was held on Wednesday last, and the in telligence test on Thursday. This marks the completion of the primary , course for 61 pupils of the Nowra ' primary school. The successful can- i didates will commence their High School careers after the Christmas vacation. * * * * tincate examinations for 5th and 3rd year students will commence on 3rd and 16th November respectively. Four, candidates are sitting for the Leaving and twenty-four for the Intermediate. * * * * On Wednesday last Mr. Andrew Beresford, the Shakesperian expres sionist, visited the school and gave readings from 'Twelfth Night' and 'Richard II.' These were very much appreciated by the High School pupils, and should assist them to a much better understanding of the two plays. * * * * Some very fine articles of clothing, designed and made by the girls in the 3rd year sewing class, were forwarded to the examiners this week as part of the Intermediate examination. They all displayed...

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BERRY v. NOWRA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

BERRY v. NOWRA Nowra. — 1st Innings ? .* .... 132 BERRY.— 1st Innings. A. Agar, st Ison, b Wiley ? 19 C. Turner, b Evison ? 7 E. Turner, run out ? 50 J. Higgins, run out ? 12 L. Henry, b Dent ? 97 E. Orford, lbw, b Moroney ? 7 H. Mannell, run out ? 7 L. Blissett, not out ? 6 Sundries ? 10 Seven wkts. (dec.) for .... 215 NOWRA.— 2nd Innings. C. Dent, b Mannell ? 0 P. Woodhill, c and b Crump ? 28 F. Ison, c Turner, b Mannell .... 15 A. Chapman, lbw, b Crump ? 56 R. Kirkpatrick. b Crump ? 5 R. Evison, c Higgins, b Orford .... 24 C. Prior, not out ? 3 Sundries ? 9 Six wickets for ? 157 Berry won by 83 runs on the first innings.

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BENEFIT CONCERT FOR MRS. GORDON HUGHES AND FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

BENEFIT CONCERT FOR MRS. GORDON HUGHES AND FAMILY A most successful concert and phy sical culture display was given in the Nowra School of Arts on Tuesday night last, in the presence of a large and appreciative audience. The function was organised by Misses A. Nash and J. Harte, in co-operation with the local Physical Culture Club, and the effort reflected the highest credit on those young ladies, as also on the performers who lent their aid to a very worthy cause. There was not a dull moment throughout the long programme of twenty items, every one of which was keenly en joyed, as was evidenced by the fact uiat eacn periormer was recauea. x ue Rev. Alan Begbie and Miss Harte each made an initial bow to a local audi ence, and at once established them selves as most popular favorites. Rev. Mr. Bepble has a most pleasing voice, of excellent range; and Miss Harte, as an elocutionist and as an exponent of the histrionic art, displayed a high order of ability. Both are an acquisi tion to ...

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B. GRADE PYREE v. KANGAROO VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

B. GRADE PYREE v. KANGAROO VALLEY Pyree. — 1st Innings .... ? 163 K. VALLEY.— 1st Innings. G. Clempson, b C. Bryce ? 1 J. Spence, c Wilson, b Witheridge 22 A. Oke, b Leaney ? 7 P. Butler, c Carberry, b Bryce .... 4 L. Boxsell, c and b Wilson ? 33 S. Allen, c and b Watts ? 4 A. Herne, c Wilson, b Watts .... 0 W. Huxley, c Wilson, b Watts .... 0 — Beveridge, b Bryce ? 31 — Singleton, not out ? 7 — Madge, c Witheridge, b Wilson 10 j Sundries ? 6 Total ? ~125 PYREE.— 2nd Innings. B. Bryce, c Beveridge, b Allen 8 B. Leaney, b Huxley ? 9 C. Bryce, b Allen ? 7 E. Regan, lbw, b Huxley .r ? 15 A. Carberry, not out ? 14! K. Witheridge, b Allen ? 1 O. Wilson, lbw, b Huxley ? 6 J. Williams, h.o.w., b Clempson .... 14 Sundries ? 3 Seven wickets for ? 77 Pyree won by 38 runs on the first innings.

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

After dinner last night ? . . engaged. 'We had finished dniner and were smoking in the lounge. Just talking of this and that; the races, frocks, pretty women, Creme Charmosan; you know. Suddenly he leaned over and kissed me.' 'What did you do?' 'Do? Well, I— I— I kissed him back.' Creme Charmosan did THAT for her skin. She isn't young, but, my word, she LOOKS young. Creme Charmosan changed her plain and ageing skin into a clear, young, and pretty one. What more does a woman want? The choice of Theatredom as a powder base. Greaseless. Creme Charmosan is also the best thing in the World for protecting your skin from heat or cold, sun; dust or winds. ' Creme Charmosan for skin youth Immense sale. Big jar for your dressing table 2/6. Handbag tube 1/-. Sold everywhere. NOTE THE ADDRESS 33 KING HORN 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 \ Ton 38...

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

PEOPLE SAY That although the law forces elec tors to record their votes, very little consideration is shown them in the provision of facilities. That the Intermediate High School in Nowra is neither conveniently | situated nor suitable in appointments. That, the School of Arts hall is the most central and convenient for the holding of an election. That the expense of hiring the School of Arts for the day would be very little greater than that incurred in - cleaning up the school building after an election. That Aid. Perc West almost brought a Local Government Conference to Nowra by his descriptive portrayal of the charm and beauty of the girls of Shoalhaven. That a New Zealand delegation al most altered its itinerary owing to one of the lady member's glowing en thusiasm over some of the male bronzed beauties of the Nowra swim ming baths. That Nowra has thus been made famous on account of both its men and its women. That some of the Nowra aldermen are getting impatient at the long de...

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

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

j CORONIAL INQUIRY At the Nowya Court House, on Mon day, Mr. Reuben King, District Coro ner, held an inquiry concerning the motor fatality on the Prince's High way, near To'merong, on Saturday, October 23rd, when two Sydney visi tors were killed. Inspector Roser, of Wollongong, ap peared to assist and to put certain facts before the coroner; Mr. Donald son attended on behalf of the Main Roads Board; and Mr. Harold Man ion appeared in the interests of Mrs. Fordham, one of the party concerned in the accident. At the outset, Inspector Roser said he understood that the coroner had not viewed the bodies, and he regret ted very much that facts might pos sibly be disclosed that would necessi tate further action. That was only an inquiry, and he understood that, un der the circumstances, the only ver dict that could be returned was one that death had resulted from an ac cident. The Coroner said the position was that he was holding an inquiry, the circumstances of which had some what upset h...

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

JIM HENRY ? 0 ? Mr. R. ' 'aynard, Editor of 'The ive SUx 3t.Metin,' who was on a /orld-toi i at t\*e time of the Junior .farmer delegation to Britain, writes, j in a 'Running Ct nment of What He ! Saw ond Heard': — We h: /e as a fellow passenger Mr. 'vnesM. ?nry, jun., from Bolong. Jim. as we call him, has been touring Bri tain as a meinuei ui an iiibtrinauoimi Junior Farmers' team, and he and I have had some fraud cracks. Jim will greet me sit 7 a.m. with an en ihusiastic enquiry as to what I ihought of the champion Shorthorn i'O\v at Wolverhampton. and oiT we go. We travel from Shorthorn cows to a herd of Risd Polls we saw in Sussex, ;nir] then on to Kerrics, but always, it seems, we get back to Melba 15th. Jim has been a doughty champion of that old A.I.S. cow wherever he has gone. He has allowed no one to traduce her or express doubts about her record. Indeed, with great courage, he and his mates entered a controversy in Hie 'Times' to correct a sceptic who had .said that she wa...

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

Just how old is she ? * 'How old is she?' 'I cannot even guess.' 'Forty-five.' 'No.' 'Yes, she is, too. It is Powder ?Charmosan that gave her skin that pretty, youthful look.' There is a sensational change in the face powder buying habits of women. Fewer and fewer are buying cheap, ^ chalky, inferior powders that can cause open pores and blackheads. More and more are buying Powder Charmosan, the choice of Filmland; the most luxurious face powder in the world. And yet it is not dear. It is a big box. It goes such a long way. And it imparts to your skin a sweet rose petal loveliness, a youthful 'some- thing' never, never possible in an ?ordinary powder. Charmosan face powder from Paris Immense sale. All shades and sun tan. 2/6 per large box. Sold every where. P.S. Massage away those wrinkles, crow's feet and sagging flesh. Charmosan Cold Cream . . . the new 3dea. Boudoir jars 2/6. Tubes 1/-. Sold everywhere. Bega co-operative store had a turn over of £34,468 for the six months ended J...

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

''* THE CHURCHES PRESBYTERIAN At the Presbyterian Church, on Sunday night, Rev. J. H. G. Auld, B.A.. spoke on 'Man's picture of God.' He .said our conception of God was not the result of theological reasoning, but of experience — it was from man's gradual realisation of the progressive revelation of the Divine. The idea of Ooa oegan wlin wie cruuu uiinuinui of primitive man. The Old Testament reveals a gradual progressive develop ment. Jehovah was a great God ac cording to the psalmist, a forgiving God according to the prophet Isaiah. Arrording to Moses He was an ever lasting God who comforted His people. It was reserved for Jesus Christ to tUve men the greatest and the truest picture of God as Father. Such a eone.eption contained a chal lenge to man to recognise his son ship, which impltes obedience and re sponsive love. In the afternoon at Pyree, Rev. A. Begbie joined with the Presbyterian minister in a special missionary ser vice. The children of the Pyree Sun day school brought ...

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SHOALHAVEN A. & H. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

SHOALHAVEN A. & H. ASSOCIATION ? o ? A meeting of the committee was held at the School of Arts yesterday morning. Present — Messrs. G. Bor rowdale (President), H. Rauch, J. Lumsden, J. D. Horgan, T. Pestell, W. H. Watts, Ern. Watts, W. Mottram, A. Mottram, F. Wiley, A. Smith, B. Emery. P. Chittick. J. M. Lamond. D. V. Boyd, A. Bishop, A. Barron, W. F. Stoner, S. McGill, A. Herne, and J. W. Henry. Apologies were announced on behalf of Messrs. H. M, Watt, W. Cal craft, Jos. Pestell, and Ern. Woods. The President extended a welcome to Mr. C. Rauch, who briefly thanked Mr. Borrowdale, and said he hoped to live up to the good wishes expressed. Arising from the minutes. Mr. W. R. Watts asked if anything further had been done in the matter of the loca tion of the Society's buildings on the showground? Mr. Boyd said the cattle .stewards had not met to decide about the position of the cattle pens, but his own opinion was that the Society should not incur any expense in mov ing them, ...

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

HUSKISSON (From Our Own Correspondent). A jevenile dance, organised by the P. and C. Association, was held at the School of Arts on Saturday night, at which there was a large attendance. The youngsters had an enjoyable time, finishing with supper, to which they did justice, and voted it a fitting climax to an enjoyable evening. * ? * * A cricket match was arranged for Sunday on Huskisson ground between Tomerong and Burrill Lake. Although the weather was such that football would have been the better game, the teams turned up, but it was not until after lunch that they were able to go on the ground; then it was really no match — just a bit of practice for about half an hour, and rain again. A very disappointing day. * ? * ? Speaking of the weather we have been having of late, it is no doubt a great factor in the cause of the small number of visitors to the township. The boarding houses and hotel should be reaping their summer harvest, but they are well behind at present. A few of the ...

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CRICKET A. GRADE NUMBAA v. WANDANDIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

* CRICKET ! A. GRADE i* ? — ? NUMBAA v. WANDANDIAN It is hard to realise what motive 'Wandandian had in view by arriving so disgracefully late both Saturdays at Numbaa. It looks as if this team still possesses that selfish attitude by which they made a name for them selves last season by batting the whole afternoon in a one-day match. How ever, this little game of playing for a draw does not always come off, especially when up against a nippy bowling attack like Numbaa turned on last Saturday. Eric Smith and Arch McGuire opened to the bowling of Evison and Bice. The scoring was kept down by the most accurate bowl ing, Toby bowling four overs for one run, when he was relieved by Miller. Evison was unlucky not to have Smith caught behind in his second over; and a little later McGuire gave a hot chance in the slips, and it was also put to the ground. But this was too good to last. With 23 on the board, Smith touched another ball behind the wicket, and this time 'keeper Murphy made no m...

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

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