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AMBULANCE STATION DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

AMBULANCE STATION ! DONATIONS At the foundation-stone laying cere mony on Saturday afternoon, the fol lowing donations were received: Dr. F. Ryan, £5/5/; Mr. Win. Watts (Num baa). £3/3/-; Mr. T. Caffery. £2/2/-; Mr. R. Hopkins (Commercial Bank), £2/2/-; Messrs. W. Watt and Son. Ltd., £2/2/-; Mrs. K. Monro (Goodnight Is land), Mr. Stan Over (Jervis Bay), Mr. F. W. O'Brien (Huskisson), Mrs. W. D. Warden (Milton), Mr. T. W. Hobbs (Milton), Mr. T. G. Hobbs (Mil ton), Dr. Jamieson (Milton), Matron Waldow, Mr. Howard Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. F. V. West, Mr. Wm. Ryan (Pyree), Hon. A. N. Binks, M.L.C., Dr. F. A. Rodway, Mr Bert Murray (Bal gownie), Harrison's Garage, Nowra Motors, Barnes' Garage, Guardian As surance Co., Wm. Arnott Ltd., W. D. and H. O. Wills Ltd., Tooths Ltd., Mr. C. H. Apperley, Mr. S. McMahon, Mr. U. K. Walsh, Mr. H. J. Connolly, Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Boyd, Mr. W. Brownett (St. George's Basin), Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith, £1/1/- each; Mr. and Mrs. P. Castrisos, £1; Mr. W. Schub...

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

Too jdil i Induces Constipation Are you one of tfic thousands of men and women who, either through, their class of occupation or some physical disability, are compelled to lead a more or less sedentary life? If so, you will no doubt find such a method of living prevents sufficient exercise being obtained and a con stipated condition naturally exists. In cases of that type something is needed to assist Nature. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are excellent for this purpose. You will find them used and praised far and wide. They stir the Liver, cleanse the Stomach, and stimulate the Bowels, thus opening and toning the clogged-up system and making it better able to combat Life's Little Daily Ills. MARRiOT & OLIVER SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS & NOTARY PUBLIC (Commissioners for Affidavits). JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA SERVICE ^% X P%-, WEIGHT y\\X yP^ J IKl fullfashmned /^ZMl STOCKINGS justreSn w. dTTees, 103-105 JUNCTION ST., NOWRA. [?]

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

Roxy Theatre I To-night and To-mftrrow Night I Wed. & Thurs.— November 3 & 4 | IDA LUPINO, RICHARD ARLEN, GAIL PATRICK, 1 BEN BLUE, JUDY CANOVA, YACHT CLUB BOYS IN . . | 'ARTISTS AND MODELS' | Supported by %? SCOTT COLTON, JEAN ROGERS, JACK SMART IN f 'THE WILDCATTER' | Friday and Saturday November 5, 6 I THE MARX BROTHERS: 'GROUCIIO,' 'CHICO,' 'HARPO' I With Alian Jones and Maureen O'Sullivan, in % 'A DAY AT THE RACES' I (Get on your 'Marx'— it's the Laugh Race of the Century). i Associate Attraction: ¥ CLAIRE TREVOR, LLOYD NOLAN, AKIM TAMIROFF, | LARRY 'BUSTER' CRABBE, & HELEN BUEGESS IN | 'KING OF GAMBLERS' I Supporting Featurettes: 'OUR GANG' in 'THREE SMART | BOYS.' ^ At the MAT. SAT., also FRI. NIGHT, at 8 p.m., CHAPTER | 7 of 'THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRIWELL.' | DON'T FORGET OUR POPULAR 7.30 SESSION, SHOWING I TRAVELOGUES AND STRANGER THAN FICTION ¥ SERIES. | Monday & Tuesday, Nov. 8—9 I GEORGE O'BRIEN & CONSTANCE WORTH -Joce!yn I Uow...

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

Mr. W. Brownett, of St. George's Basin, thinks that the coming tourist season will be the best in the history of Shoalhaven. He informed us on Saturday that all his cabins—num bering 16— are taken from .December to February. As these cabins accom modate from 4 to 24 persons, the in flux of visitors to the Basin will be considerable.' |SSSSSSSSS^SS£SSSSSSSSSS3SS^S^SSSS5S3SSSSSS8SSgS£! TORCHES! TORCHES! I Sturdy Jobs that throw a « Powerful Light. i Fitted Complete with Bulb and | Ever Ready Batteries | FOR 1/6 Dudley W. Hughes ' ' M.P.S. ' ? I Junction Street, Nowra SS88&88S8S88S888888S888SS88888S888S8S88BS88S88S88S8S8 ?- ? ??? ?' '?.? ?-'?' s ' ' '? '? ' ' -?? ? -?' '' -'

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

NOTES (By 'Niblick'). Mention was made last week of the excellent sample of sawn timber de livered for the building of the new club house. The writer described the timber as bloodwood. We hear howls of derision from 'lumbermen,' who say that bloodwood is rarely sawn, and that the rich, red timber in ques tion is wooiiyiDuu. rnis error reminds us of another classical example of well-meaning ignorance. An energe tic elderly member of the club spent half a day's hard work cutting sods for the turfing of a new tee; boasted to other members about the wonder ful buffalo grass lie had secured and used. It turned out to be plain pas palum! * * * * Steady progress is being made with course improvement. The three new ly cultivated fairways will be fertilised and sown within the next few days. Permanent tees are being sprigged with kikuya and top-dressed with good soil and fertiliser. * * ? * Lionel SevfTer. who recently return ed from a holiday, spent in the Cen tral West, stated, in conversa...

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

NOWRA GOLF CLUB Last Saturday's mixed foursome Stapleford par was won by L. Pears and Miss Rolfe, with 28 points. W. Joiner and Mrs. Rauch filled second place with 27, and R. Hopkins and Mrs. Oliver third with 26. The last event of the official season, played on Sunday lor the Coveny Cup, ,nop ninn hu W Ptacl.hiirn 71 ujH.Vi K' Forrester and L. Harrison runners-up with 75. The draw for the monthly medal next Saturday is: H. Anderson, W. Eastburn; R. Young, M. Oliver; R. Rauch, L. SeyfTer; L. Pears. J. Morris; ,T. Eastburn, K. Forrester; H. McGrath, R. Hopkins. There will be no local competition next Sunday, as nlayers will be com peting; for the Association Cup at Wollongong.

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

CURRARONG *} (From Our Own Correspondent). ? Mrs. Lumsden, who is holidaying at Curraronp. went fishing on Thursday, and landed a five-pound schnapper. ? * * * Mr. Fry, head man of Point Perpen dicular lighthouse, has been notified of his removal to Montague Island, near Narooma. * * * + Mr. Biffin has been very busy for some time clearing the camping ground in anticipation of the Christ mas rush. * * * ♦ Mrs. Chamberlain and her daughter Merida are spending; a long holiday at Currarong, and both are feeling the benefit of the change.

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New Ambulance Station LAYING OF FOUNDATION STONE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

New Ambulance Station _ ? o ? LAYING OF FOUNDATION STONE The official ceremony in connection with the laying of the foundation stone of Nowra's new ambulance sta tion took place on Saturday afternoon last. There was a very fair attend ance, representative of all parts of the district, and the response to the ap peal for funds was most encouraging, over tou oemg received. In. the absence of Mr. H. J. Bate, who was unable to be present, Dr. Rodway acted as chairman. He ex plained that the occasion was the cul minating point of the first stage of the establishment of the 'new station, and after expressing regret that their Parliamentary representatives were not able to preside, he called on the President of the Ambulance Commit tee (Dr. Ryan) to perform the official ceremony. Dr. Ryan, who was received with applause, said first of all he would like to thank the committee for the honor done him in selecting him to perform the official ceremony. They had not really trusted him to lay the...

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

NATURE NOTES (Contributed). If E Cm ? And now, having decided that ,S ; the sand forming the sandstone « ! of this district had been deposit- *§ i ed in a shallow sea, and subse- ft | quently had been elevated about «§ j 2000ft., we must see if we can ob- is ! tain an idea of its age. §§ | Geologists have various ways fe of arriving at an estimate of the ® \ age of the rocks that occur on §§ the earth's surface. Firstly, the §§ [ various strata are mapped out. 35 | It will be observed that they are 5« laid one on top of the other, -s Therefore it is safe to assume « ; of rock is older than the one s i lying on it, and younger than £§ ! those beneath. When fossils are 8 i found, it is noticed that those in 8g | fairly recent rocks closely re- §5 : semble animals and plants liv- 8 ; ing on the earth at the present §| s time; whilst those in the older g ; rocks mostly are very different, Sff i and are usually* of a more primi- s? tive type than those that occur 8 I in the more recent r...

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WHO WERE THEY? TWO DIGGERS WHO FELL AT POZIERES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

WHO WERE THEY? TWO DIGGERS WHO FELL AT POZIERES The Defence Department announces that enquiries have been instituted by the Imperial War Graves Commis sion with a view to ascertaining, if possible, the identity of two Austra lian soldiers whose bodies have been exhumed from a spot approximately 500 yards north-east of the village of Pnzieres (Somme). France. Ill one case a 9 c.t. gold ring, en graved 'T.R. to A.R.,' was found in the deceased's pocket, whilst the re mains of the other were1 wrapped in a waterproof sheet upon which the fol lowing particulars can be traced: — , '4540, A.F. . . .nri D. Company* 16 Platoon.' Any person who may be able to as sist in the identification of these two soldiers is asked to communicate with the Officer In Charge, Base Records Office, Department of Defence, Mel bourne, S.C.I.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

Clem Hollands 437, mainly black fish), Toby Bevan (17 bream and a 61b jewflsh), and Tom Davis and Harold Laughton (each a 12lb jewfish) were successful fishermen over the week end. A duplex telegraph set has been in stalled at Nowra post office to cope with increased Christmas traffic. It is two circuits in one, and four men are kept going on it (two each end of the circuit), one sending either end and one receiving either end.

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CHURCH SERVICES Sunday, 7th November. METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

CHURCH SERVICES Sunday,' 7th November. . . f ? METHGDIBT Nowra: 10 a.m.. Junior C.E.; 11 a.ni. and 7.30 p.tn., 'Rev. A. T. Newton. Falls Creek, 1.30; Tomerong, 2.30, Rev. A. T, Newton. Kangaroo Valley, 11 a.m., Mr. q. H. Ok«. ???m Tuesday, 7,30, Oirls' Comradeship; 7.30 p.m., Bomaderry, Rev. A. T, New ton. Wednesday, 7.45, C.E. Meeting. T^^lJ*- R&ys' 7;30* Meroo; Rev. A. T. Newton; 7.45, Choir Practice. Friday, 830, Wayside Pulpit. Rev, A. T, Newton,; Minister. , BAPTIST Services conducted in Diggers' Hall. 10 a.m Junior c.R; 11 ajn., Mr. Campbell King, BLA.; 2.45, Sundajr School; 7.30 p m-, Preacher, Rev. N. F. Reeve; Subject, - 'Christ is Coming Again.1' 11.30 a.m., WoUamia: iio p.m., Wandandian; 7 pin., Bomaderry. preacher, Bev. N. F. fteeve: * - * * Tuesday, « p^n., Bible Study. Satur day, 8 pjn., Prayer Meeting. - ^ » Rev. jJ. p. Reeye, Minister. |

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

TERARA ? O— ? (From Our Own Correspondent). A social was held at Terara on Wed nesday night last, but owing to Dad weather the attendance was not as good as usual. The euchre prizes were won by Mr. Witheridge and Miss Maud Towe, the ladies' prize being won after a very closely-contested play off between Mrs. Bradshaw, Mrs. Witheridge, and Miss Towe. ♦ * * * tfisn are sun pieuuiui m j.v,-m«. Mr. W. Witheridge landed a nice haul of jewfish last week, amounting to over 50. Mr. W. Griffiths started the month well, landing a fine lot of blackfish on Monday afternoon. * * * t, Jacky Watson is proving himself a very successful dog trainer, as his charge, Lady Haven, again showed the field a clean pair of heels at Wollongong on Monday of last week. *? * * * Messrs. Hall Bros, have left Burraga Island, and the farm has been taken over by Bert Peters.

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

'\ . ????? -— -? '? AUCTION SALES ' HORSES FOR SALE 1 ' NOWRA YARDS TUESDAY, 9th NOVEMBER One Truck Load useful Farm Mares and a few Choice Hackneys. On A/c. Mr. W. Phillips. i STEWART & MORTON, ! Auctioneers. UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE MORTGAGEE In Exercise of its Power of Sale 'SALOON,' BROTJGHTON VALE Comprising 73 acres 2 roods, situ ated 3 miles from Berry, adjoining improved dairy farms. The property is subdivided and fenced. Splendid water supply. Resi dence of 4 rooms with outhouses. Terms Cash, or i Cash, balance to be secured by a mortgage for 3 years with interest at 5% per annum, pay able quarterly. Stewart and Morton will submit the above for Sale by Auction at Berry on WEDNESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, at 2 p.m. Further Particulars on Application. HUSKiSSON FURNITURE SALE SATURDAY, 6th NOVEMBER WALSH & MONAGHAN have re ceived instructions from MR. R. BURKE to sell by Public Auction, at his residence, Hawke -street, Huskis son, on the above date, at 2.30 p.m., ...

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

TENNIS The annual tournament of the Shoalhaven District Association was continued on Saturday, when five finals of the twenty-six events were played In the Association mens singles championship G. R. Mclntyre proved too good for his opponent, D, Towe. This match was disappointing, as many followers of the game ex pected these two finalists to have a fight to the finish; but the scores — 6-2, 6-2 — prove that Mclntyre is still a hard nut to crack when it comes to a fnial. Congratulations, Gordon! In the A. Reserve men's singles champions}) ip D. Phipps. a member of Kangaroo Valley B. grade team, who won the final in the winter competi tion, defeated Rev. A. Newton, 0-1, 6-3. This is Mr. Phipps first appearance in Association events, and judging by his performances lo date we can look for ward to seeing more of this young player in forthcoming tournaments. We extend our heartiest congratula tions. In the B. Grade men's singles championship M. McKinnon proved too good for his opponent,...

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

JERVIS BAY PICTURES ? o ? Amongst many other advantages enjoyed by Jervis Bay residents and visitors is an up-to-date picture show, conducted Dy the enterprising Jos. Hardiman. He lias a model little theatre, with comfortable upholstered seats, and general appointments that would do credit to a city hall. Mr. Hardiman spares no effort to procure the best films for his patrons, and many of the star pictures are shown at Jervis Bay before they are exhibit ed at much bigger centres. Jos. reckons that the people of this fore most resort are entitled to the best, and he spares neither effort nor ex pense to ensure that they get it. An inspection of the theatre — which he will be glad to afford to Nowra visi tors at any time — will prove of inter est as showing what enterprise will do.

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

PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schofleld, of ? Berry, arrived home last week, after a holiday cruise to Fiji, where they ', were the guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. ; Giles. * * ♦ ♦ Bedggood's Shoes, for the woman who cares. Davis and Co., Distribu tors.* * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Walter Watson, of the Prince of Wales Hotel, left Nowra by car on Thursday afternoon for the Melbourne Cup carnival. * * ♦ # Mr. Clive Haslingden, of the staff of the Nowra branch of the Common wealth Bank, has been transferred to Wagga, aifd he and his wife (nee Miss Clare Murphy) left for their new home on Friday last. * * ♦ * Mesdames Bourne, Emery, Oliver, Templeton, H. C. Smith, and Stoner represented the Nowra branch at the eighth annual conference of South Coast branches of the Country Women's Association, held at Wollon gong last week. * * * * Mr. Tom Kavanagh, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Kavanagh, of Wollongong (both old-time and well-known resi dents of Nowra), has announced his en...

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THIS WEEK'S RECIPE APPLE CHAMPAGNE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

| THIS WEEK'S RECIPE I - It APPLE CHAMPAGNE & 2 & (By Mrs. R. Rauch). & t V 2 cups S.R. flour. & 4 ,*. A cup sugar. rf i C lib butter. S J * 2 eggs. J* 4 »* 6 large cooking apples. a 4 U Cream butter and sugar, beat '# - J* eggs into it, then add flour. Mix ** j C and roll thinly. Line tins with if j % thin pastry, add stewed apples $ ^ J* (hot). Then put pastry lids on J* 4 ** and bake about 20 minutes in a ?*? 1 '* moderate oven, % \ ^ *^ J

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METHODIST v. BURRIER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 3 November 1937

METHODIST v. BURRTER Burrier.— 1st Innings 155     Methodist. — 1st Innings 85   BURRIER.— 2nd Innings. R. Forsyth, b Walker... 4   W. Young, lbw, b Crawford 10     E. Leslie, c Barron, b Walker .... 12   W. Lymbery, b Walker 0     N. Kelton, c Henry, to Barron 2   S. Chandler, b Walker 9   S. Lymbery, b K. Crawford 0   F. Hughes, b Barron 22   K. Thomson, c Henry, b Crawford 26 J. Grady, not out 1   V. Grady, b Barron 2,   Sundries .... 2       Total 90     Bowling: B. Barron, 3-21; M. Walker, 4-33; K, Crawford, 3-35. METHODIST.— 2nd Innings. M. Walker, b Chandler .......... 63 B. Barron, b Forsyth ..... 41 A. Henry, c and b Hughes 1   K. Crawford, b Forsyth 2,   J. Crawford, c Lymbery, b Forsyth 0 &a...

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ARMISTICE NIGHT DIGGERS' PROGRAMME FOR NOWRA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

ARMISTICE NIGHT -_ ? n ? DIGGERS' PROGRAMME FOR NOWRA We gave a short outline in a pre vious issue of what will be the pro gramme for Armistice evening ar ranged by the Nowra Diggers. The following are the definite ar rangements: 7.30 p.m., all returned men parade at memorial gates, and wreaths are placed. Last Post blown from top of gates. Diggers march through gates and down to Diggers' Hall, headed by Town Band, when the annual Armistice night smoko reunion will take place. Official visitors will also be entertaind, and the certificate . of appreciation presented to Mr. Howard Anderson. The Ladies' Auxiliary will also offi cially present a curtain which has just been completed and hung ,in position. During the honoring of the loyal toast a new colored framed picture of George VL will be unveiled. Genuine Imported English Sandals lor women. Only 2/11 per pair. Davis and Co., Nowra.*

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