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FISHING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

FISHING CLUB (By Publicity Officer). The Fishing Club had its monthly outing at Greemvell Point on Sunday last, when there was a record attend ance of thirty-three starters, although the adverse weather had a retarding effect on some of the members. The club members were conveyed to Greenwell Point by Payne and Kelly's bus, much to the satisfaction of all the members concerned, this being an innovation of the committee that was very much appreciated. The captain of the day, Mr. Bill Sulway, had ail the members and boats away from the starting point at 8 a.m., all Eoinp; into the strong south erly that was blowing and that con tinued all day, making conditions very unpleasant for all concerned. But notwithstanding this, there was a re cord number of fish caught — one hun dred and twelve— there being some very heavy fish among these, up to 10J2ib. At weighing-in time it was found that Mr. Jack Campbell had won Mr. P. S. West's prize for the most fish, having caught twelve bream and on...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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HUSKISSON [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

HUSKISSON ? *% ? ___ (From Our Own Correspondent). The trawler which is being built here by Mr. Settree for Mr. Ward, of Sydney', owner of the 'Pasadena,' is nearing completion. It is to be launched on Thursday, November 18th, at 7 a.m., the tide then being most suitable for the occasion. After the launching the engine and other machinery have to be installed. It is1 not so large as the other boats Mr. Settree has built here, but is of un * usual design (Canadian). Looking at the bows, which somewhat resemble a yacht, one would say she is built for speed; and no doubt this will be at tained when the 120 h.p. 'Vloian' Deisel engine, also of Canadian manu facture, is installed. She is 65 feet in length, 15ft. beam, and draws 7ft. 6in. water, and can carry fuel for a 4000-mile cruise. The timber used in construction was all local1 except the * decking, which is of beech irom Wauchope. She has insulated boxes in the hold fqr the storing of the fish, and will, as does the 'Pasadena,' wor...

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INCREASED PRICE FOR RAILWAY SLEEPERS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

INCREASED PRICE FOR RAILWAY SLEEPERS _ ? O ? Mr. H. J, Bate forwards us the fol lowing letter, received by him from Mr. Bruxner:— Dear Mr. Bate, — With reference to your personal representations on be half of the Shoalhaven District Chamber of Commerce (Mr. W. F, Stoner, hon. secretary, Nowra), rela tive to the price paid by the Railway Department for sleepers and hewn timber, I desire to inform you-that this matter has recently received careful consideration by the Com missioner for Railways. Approval has now been given for an increase of 6d each all round for square sleepers, and 3d each for roundbacks, as fro mthe 1st October last. No increase has been granted in the case of second-class and reject sleepers. \

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JEALOUSY HOW TO OVERCOME THE GREEN GOD [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

JEALOUSY ? u— — — — HOW TO OVERCOME THE GREEN 1 GOD 'He said, 'It didn't mean a thing. True, Suzy!' ' 'But you had four dances with her — I think you are tired of me!' she angrily replies as she tosses her nose in the air, and bang goes another romance, blasted by jealousy. 'Everybody feels jealousy off and on in varying degrees, and it would be a safe thing to say that more romances are blasted by jealousy than any other factor; still, if one stops a moment in a jealous fit (a thing one rarely does) and analyses the situation, one comes to the surprising conclusion that one's jealousy is grossly exaggerated, even if justifiable. 'Jealousy is an inseparable com panion to that all-dynamic urge we call love, therefore a girl or woman should not feel ashamed or distressed if jealousy pops up now and then, but she should feel concerned if it makes her say withering tilings, destroys her logical perspective, her appetite, her sleep, and grows up insidiously in her mind like a crop of poi...

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BAPTIST [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

BAPTIST The Rev. N. P, Reeve preached in Nowra Baptist Church last Sunday night from the text, 'Behold,' I stand at the door' (Rev. 3-20). We are familiar with the devoutly imagina tive rendering of this text upon can vas, by Holman Hunt, that genius of the very highest order. The fast shut door with rusted hinges, all over giowu wan ranis, weeus. mere stanus amid the night dews and the gloomy darkness the Son of Man. In His face we see love, repelled and radiated. Although these words were originally spoken in reference to the unworthy members of a small church in Asia Minor, it passes beyond the limits of the lukewarm Laodicean church to a needy world, for wherever there is a closed heart, you can be assured there is a knocking Christ. There are many doors at which the Lord Jesus Christ is standing reminding us theft He is coming again in Person, although, 'No man, not even the angels of Heaven' (Mat. 24-36) know the day or the hour. 'But when these things come to pass know that i...

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COLLECTIVE SERVICES TAXATION PURCHASES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

COLLECTIVE SERVICES ? — v«— ? TAXATION rURCHASES Often one hears indignant com plaints from taxpayers which make one believe that they are being rob bed. Swh people apparently think only of the payments they make, and forget the communal benefits derived jrom public .spending. In il,s latest circular, 'The Signifi cance of Taxation,' the Bank of New South waies suues tnat tne aavan- i *. iai;es derived from taxation may not I I be apparent, but they are nevertheless very real. 'Taxation must be looked :;t as a composite process involving the collection a»d spending of tax revenues before illogical criticism of i( can be entirely removed.' TAXATION BENEFITS Taxation, the bank points out, is used to provide collective services for members of the community in cases | where they would be unable to make , provision for them individually. For this reason it is desirable that each member of the community, who is in :i position to do so, should contribute towards the expenses of such benefi...

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ROXY THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

ROXY THEATRE All the elements of a thoroughly entertaining motion picture as com bined in Bobby Breen's new musical starring vehicle, 'Make a Wish, which comes to the Roxy Theatre to-night and to-morrow night. Foremost among its attractions is the sweetly tender voice of young Bobby himself, who .sings several numbers written I especially for the picture oy uscar , Straus, noted Viennese composer. An- | other Straus song is sung by the love ly Marion Claire, radio vocal star, who makes her screen debut in this production. A new Basil Rathbone, essaying his first completely romantic screen role, share's the love interest with Miss Claire, though their ro mance is complicated by the fact that the younr? lady is engaged to Ralph Forbes. The strong comedy element hi much of the story is in the capable hands of a large group of popular comedians. Harold Bell Wright's stirring Twen tieth Century-Fox drama, 'The Cali fornian,' will also be showing to-night and to-morrow night, with Ricardo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

I 'VALENTINE'S' I (LATE BEEHIVE) | I For Higher Quality and Lower Prices | T Our Stock is Carefully Selected with a view of giving our Cus- f |- tomers the utmost value in all Departments, and embraces:— |- I GROCERY, PATENT MEDICINES. TOBACCO, STATIONERY, t I CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ENAMEL, ALUMINIUM AND TIN- & I WARE, FISHING TACKLE, TENNIS GOODS, PRODUCE, &c. | 1- We invite inspection of our large and varied Stock. You will be -| X surprised at the Values offering. % X Our display of Crockery is very attractive, and as prices are likely & & to advance we would advise making your Xmas Selections early. A |- § small deposit will secure any article you may fancy. x 4 Odd Cups, 3d each; Cups and S., 4id ea. Tea Sets, 3/11. Salad ¥ x Sets, 2/11. Jugs, Gd. Teapots, 1/-. Sweets Dishes, 4jld ea. % J- You are sure of Courteous Servive and Prompt Delivery at ' |- I VALENTINE'S I I 48 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA 1 I 'PHONE 83. f I WE HAVE PROVED! § ? THAT ? & % ...

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

THE CHURCHES ? n ? CHURCH OF ENGLAND The eVn. Archdeacon S. M. John stone. M.A., F.R.H.S., was the special preacher at the Gift Sunday services at All Saints' Church on Sunday last. At the evening service he preached from the text found in Ezeklel 14:12 14. where we read of Israel's downfall through sin, and where a special mention is made of three personal names, Noah, Daniel and Job, in con trast to israei, ana in terms 01 appro bation simply because they are good men. National departure from stan dards of righteousness, said Arch deacon Johnstone, is soon followed by national depravity and decay. In the days of Noah, the standards of con duct and character were very low, and in fact hardly existed at all. These are very similar conditions to modern limes. People to-day are not con cerned 'to know what is the will of God for them. What is it that lifts up its ugly heatl in Europe to-day? It is thai Might is Right! But Noah as a witness for God in the national life .?-:(. rinds for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

Why not look young . . ? 'What have you done to your skin?' 'Nothing. Why?' 'It looks so pretty; so nice, so young.' 'O, I'm using Charmosan face pow der.' My reader, every year the costliest perfumes of France, and the most; luxurious face powder ingredients are j set aside for the famous Powder Charmosan. Yes, every particle comes from France. Yet it is only 2/6 for a large box. Imagine it! Only half a crown lor the world's most luxurious face powder. How easy, now, how little it costs, to gain skin beauty and youth and loveliness. For Powder Charmosan Imparts to the skin that certain subtle 'something' that men love in a woman's skin, Charm; youth; tex ture; so pretty; such sweet, such rose petal charm. Charmosan face powder from Paris Immense sale. In all shades and suntan. Sbld everywhere; ,PJS. Cleanse your skin each night of dust' makeup.etc., with Charmosan Cold Cream . . , you'll be delighted. Boudoir jsars 2/6. Tubes 1/1. Sold everywhere. :

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METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

METHODIST Preaching at the Methodist Church en Sunday morning, the Rev. A. T. Newton drew his lesson from the in cident recorded in 2nd Kings, 3:16-17, where Elisha said, 'Thus saith the Lord, make this valley full of ditches. For thus saith the Lord, ye shall not see wind, neither shall ye see rain, yet this valley shall be filled with water, and ye shall drink, both ye and your cattle, and your beasts.' In this episode the Kings of Israel, Judah and Edom, were assembled with . their armies in the wilderness of Edom, which to-day is a dry and bare land. When in dire straits because of the lack of water, they consulted Elisha, the prophet of the Lord. Elisha bade them dig ditches or trenches m order to retain the water when it came, in stead of allowing it to run away. This valley was probably a bed along which the water flowed in the rainy season It was now quite dry. Josephus, the great Jewish historian, says that on the particular night of this prophecy there was a rain storm in ...

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SOUTH SHOALHAVEN COUNCIL THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

SOUTH SHOALHAVEN COUNCIL ^ .:?.V THURSDAY .NOVEMBER 4. »?-. -.???-?. Present— Aid. D. V. Boyd (Mayor), M. Bice, J. Watts, W. Watts, W. Mori son, W. Ryan, C. 3. Bennett. CORRESPONDENCE From Mr. H. J. Bate, enclosing let ter from Mr. Spooner (Minister for Works and Local Government), stat ing, in reply to Council's request, that the required information would be furnished to Nowra Council in regard to the electrical extension. From the McGuire, Gillani, and Herne families, acknowledging Coun cil's letters 6f sympathy. From Aid. R. McLean, thanking Council for letter expressing tne sym pathy of the aldermen in his illness, and stating that, owing to the state of his health, he very much regretted that he would definitely not seek re election. Notice of a number of transfers of land at Greenwell Point— from Haiser to Hayward. from Howell to Mrs. Neat, and from Cronin to Mrs. Neat — were forwarded. From Mr. Spooner (per Mr. H. J. Bate), in reply to request for an offi cer to report on Gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

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DIPHTHERIA IMMUNISATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

DIPHTHERIA' IMMUNISATION At the South Shoalhaven Council meeting, on Thursday, the Clerk stated that he had received the in formation sought by the Department from the different school teachers in the municipality with regard to the diphtheria immunisation scheme. The Department of Public Health looked upon the matter as one of import ance, and had prepared a question naire for school teachers, setting out certain details. The replies set out that at Numbaa there were 24 child ren, none of whom had been treated; at Pyree there were 43 not treated, while 3 were: at Terara, 21 not treat ed; and at Green well Point, 15 out of 19 had not been treated. A long discussion followed, in which all the aldermen took part, and the question was debated from all angles. Eventually it was decided, on mo tion by Aid. Morison and J. Watts, that the Council Chambers (located at the Pyree Literary Institute) be appointed a central depot, at which those children who attend will be treated. The charge f...

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TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY Trains Leave Nowra (Bomaderry) for ??-. . Sydney — 7 a.m., 1.50 p,m., 3.50 p.m. (Fri- ? days, mixed, Nowra to Wollon gong); Monday only, 4.45 a.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m., 5.40 p.m. Trains Leave Sydney for Nowra . {Bomaderry )— 2.15 a.m., 9.5 a.m., 5.52 p.m.; Sat urday only, 3.20 p.m., 7.5 p.m.; Sunday, 8.8 p.m. ' Cars Leave Nowra for Bega and Inter mediate Towns — ' . Monday to Saturday, 1 p.m. (B. Haigh); 1 p.m. -H. Bartlett). Cars Leave Nowra for Moss Vale — Monday to Saturday, 10 asn. (L. A. Harrison); 2 p.m. (Charles worth). ? ' Cars (L. A. Harrison) Leave Nowra for Milton and Moruya— ' Monday to Friday, 9.30 p.m. (fast service); Saturday, 7.30 p.m.; Sun day, 11.40 p.m. *. ? ' ' Cars Leave Nowra for Jervis Bay Monday to Saturday, l p.m. (A. Warman); 1 pm. (W. Cox). Sun day, by arrangement. ? *, . Cars Leave Nowra for Huskisson — ' Monday to Saturday, 1.30 p.m. (R. ' Dent), Sunday, by arrangement. Cars Leave Nowra for Greenwell Pt. — , Monday to Saturday, il a.m. (...

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FAREWELL TO ALD. HACKMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

FAREWELL TO ALD. HACKMAN ? O ? Aid. A. J. Witchard (Deputy Mayor) , in the absence of the Mayor, presided at a meeting in the Council Cham bers, Berry, on Monday night, when it was decided to tender Aid. N. L. Hack man a farewell prior to his departure from Berry. Reference was made by the Chairman to the splendid service Aid. Hackman had rendered to the town and district as a member of the Municipal Council, and also in con nection wjth the Milk Suppliers' As sociation, the Primary Producers' Union, the A. and H. Association, and other public bodies, and it was de cided to appoint the following collec tors of donations towards the farewell fund: Messrs. K. J. Taylor, Jasper's Brush; T. R. Thompson, Broughton Village; H. Kellett, Far Meadow; and H. E. Cook, Berry ,-f 'Register.' .Milton School of Arts members will meet next month to consider the ad visability bf selling the institute to the Municipal Council.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

A FEW PACKETS OF SHEPHERD'S SEEDS WILL WORK WONDERS Send 2/- and just say 'Better Flower Set,' and Shepherd's will post you a packet each of the following five choice flowers to furnish your garden with beauty and interest:— BRILLIANT ASTERS: To make autumn gay. Choicest Mixed Califor nian Giants, large blooms, all shades mixed together. GORGEOUS ZINNIAS: They love hot weather and bloom for weeks. Latest varieties in about 13 shades mixed together. SALPIGLOSSIS (Painted Tongue): Improved Emperor Strain. For deli cate grace, rich coloring and velvety texture, has practically no equal. ? Easily grown. AMARANTHUS: Magnificent foli age plants with gorgeous leaves of beautiful colors. PHLOX DRUMMONDI: The showiest and most easily grown of all annuals. Wonderful combinations of bright fresh, coloring. NOTE.— Separate 6d packets post free. Cancel items not wanted and order other sixpenny packets to total 5 for 2/-. ? - ? P. L. C. SHEPHERD & SON, LTD. Postal Address: Box 3608 S, G.P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

GIVE NATURE * . ? - x, That Little Help It Sombv.mcs Needs by a Timely Dose of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills At times Nature only re quires a little assistance to get over an obstruction, and if something is used to merely give that assistance, and not usurp all Nature's functions and take the entire operation out of Nature's hands, then valuable help is being ren dered. This is where the in valuable properties of Dr. ' Morse's Indian Root Pills are apparent. They do not usurp Nature's functions, destroying all their natural activity, but when Nature ne-ds help Jo carry its often too heavy bur den, caused by over-eating and drinking, then Dr. MorsiV Indian Root Pills assist Nature. They ^ stir the liver, cleanse the stomach, purifv the^ Blood, and aid in *he digestion and^assimi : lation of food. '??- , :\ V / .

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The Garden [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

The. . Garden (By Our Special Gardening Expert).: Last week we discussed several kinds of perennial plants and shrubs that keep the garden full looking, and provide plenty of color without much work or time being expended. There are some excellent varieties which were not mentioned beca.uso space would no*, permit, Asdepias Rubra is the name of a pretty little solt wooaea snruD mai c-.in be grown even in small gardens, because of its dwarf stature and com pact habit. This plant bears flowers of a bright orange color, and is quite at home in large rockeries, as well as when featured in garden beds. It has become very popular of late on ac count of its hardiness and free Jlowering habit. The same remarks apply to Cuphea Platycentra, which is better known as i he 'cigar flower.' The blooms are borne in utmost profusion, and are iif a bright crimson or crimsonscar let with a greyish tip resembling the ask of a cigar. This variety is dwarf and bushy, and is most attractive when planted i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

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