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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

' VALENTINE'S -Ke HEWLETT'S PHARMACY, NOWRA I r. ASK FOR -TREE BOOKLET

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

.jttHtiHuuQiiuiuHHiciimHmiHUuuuiiuiiciuiiiiitHuaiiuiuiHiiuiiuHHHUDiimiiiiuitJiiiHiimHaiiiiiiiiiiiitjmtHitiiiioitiiiaiHuaiuiiiiiiititn. I -; * I Special Offer of Guaranteed i | Used Cars | I ESSEX 1927 4-D00R SEDAN . FOR £75 g I In first-class condition. Leather upholstery. Good | 1 tyres. Motor O.K. Deposit £20, and 12 monthly | \ payments of £5/2/6, or 18 payments of £3/11/6 per, | \ month. 5 | | I FORD 1929 TOURER FOR £85 1 = s I Guaranteed, and free service policy given with this = 1 Car. Deposit £20; balance payable 12 monthly pay- § 1 ' ments £5/12/0, or £4 per month for 18 months. | j FIAT 509 TOURER FOR £35 | I Fair condition. Deposit £10 and balance by 12 § I payments of £2/15/0 per month. | i e I ENJOY YOUR WEEK-ENDS THIS SUMMER ? DRIVE I | YOUR OWN CAR | 1 These are a few examples of our Used Car Stocks. § 1 'We can assist you to purchase by small deposit and 5 I Easy Monthly Payments. I | CALL FOR A DEMONSTRATION | j Nowra Motors, Pty. Ltd. ! ! FORD DEALERS I | Pi?5? NOWR...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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P.P. BOARD [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

P.P. BOARD The monthly meeting of the Kiama | Pastures Protection Board was held m the Kiama Council Chambers on Sat urday afternoon, the chairman (Mr. T. Binks) presiding. There were also present Messrs. Lindsay, Sharpe, Fraser, Wilson, Walker, Mr. Inspector Phillips, and the secretary. CORRESPONDENCE From the police authorities, advis ing the appointment of a permit in spector at Bulli or Woonona— It was decided to ask Sergt. Newlands to act, or if this could not be done, whether he could recommend a suitable per son for the appointment. ! From a dealer in the Berry district, asking for permission to collect calves from the various farms.— The matter was left in the secretary's hands, to notify the applicant as to the condi tions governing the issue of such authority. The inspector said that if a person had a general authority to collect, this was sufficient. A travel ling statement was necessary. From the Chief Veterinary Surgeon, rgarding the matter of the payment of travelling ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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SCHOOL SPORTS CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

SCHOOL SPORTS CARNIVAL The showground being unavailable, owing to the improvements being car ried out there, the annual sports car nival in connection with the Nowra Jntcrmediate High School was this year hold on the recreation ground. Great interest was taken in the vari ous contests, and under the capable .supervision of the sportsmastcr iMr. Le.s. Pears i, the sportsmistress (Miss Porter i, and the teaching staff, the Ions programme was canned through hke clockwork. The out standing feature oi' the day's sport was the excellent performance of Alan Khenherd. who. though only 4ft. 11 in. in height himself, cleared the bar in the high jump at 4ft. Bin. Fol lowing is a complete list of the n— .suits: — __ BOYS ~-— Handicaps. 75 Yards Handicap, over 12: A. 'Watts 1. B. Lidbetter and D, Wooiey dead heat 2. IT) Yards Handicap, over 13: A. Davis l. J. Elliott 2. W. Gould 3. 100 Yards Handicap, over 14: B. Leaney 1. N. O'KoefTe 2. C. Shipp 3. 10(1 Yards Handicap, over 15: O. Ilyam 1, M. L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

-nderful development In the history of music and radio achieves ISlHfiSffiH' °f tOnC a°d ™lf* range reCePtlon on a Table modeI' * I ictrlcally the reproduction and amplification of sound, in all the (lBfE£j|| - W§ BlH After years °f research and experiment WESTING HO USE has I je beauty of the original. IB HUg| ||i IjlH constructed and perfected the new Table Model which has more I festinghouse acoustic and constructional experts, after years of liS JfP^ '* B]H than realisedthe anticipation of Its manufacturers. I search and experiment, have achieved this amazing result. ? IfejmL^pgy »=^ ? ?' II'IMS ,„ I llliflS^^S I El IIH Ultra sensitive, yet positive In its selectivity, Station after Station I «erv R , T T °f,,DUal WaVCt ^^ A-C' D-Ct and IH^^W Si PI '' be br°Ught In WUh a neW aCCUracy« and ?Wy.of tone quality I *tery Receivers at our Showrooms, or let us demonstate in your H^^U ihsl that Is truly amazing. Hear it in your home, Jet your ev be the I hie AT OUR EXPENSE. Westinghouse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

I A Compact McCormick-Beermg I Tractor for small forais I . . a handy Tractor for cell forms 9 Every farmer needs a tractor today, but he must W Wi 4% have a tractor of the right size and type for his job. M M While you can choose from the McCormlck-Deering ***«? l'ne a Tractor or a TracTracTor suitable for any JM farm, large or small, you can get wonderful service jjH out of the compact little W-12 anywhere . . .It will do all the work on 9| a small farm, and on medium to big-area farms it will handle all the Hj minor jobs, leaving your big tractor free for major operations . . . B It will pay any farmer to own a W-IZ. Handy power in small compass -w-u -* so compact that it turns in a 9-ft. radius, yet it gives all the advantages and performance economy of a full sized tractor in both field and belt work. Operates on power kerosene. Drawbar rating, 9.55 h.p. ; belt, 13.68 h.p. Built for efficiency and long service-w-u is built with full McCormick-Deering quality through out. There ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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CURED ON HISTORIC PASTURES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

CURED ON HISTORIC PASTURES A writer in the 'Daily Telegraph,' in an article describing a mysterious ailment from which the well-known racehorse Sir Regent suffered, says: Veterinary advice was sought, and at first it was thought that a spine aflec tion was the trouble. Nothing was found amiss in that direction, how ever, and it was decided that the only chance was a long spell, so the horse was gelded and sent away to Mr. Roy Hyam's property at Terara, near Nowra. It was at this property that the late Ettie de Mestre trained his Melbourne Cup winners Archer (1861 and 1862), Tim Whiffler4 Q867), Ches ter (1877), and Calamia (1878). The original stables are still standing. Mr. Hyam has a paddock sown with Eng lish grasses, and on this rich country, where he stayed for six months. Sir Regent recovered from his troubles. A Spaniard charged with wilfully damaging a life-size picture f Hitler in the German consulate in Montreal, pleaded justifiable provocation, and the Court acquitted him...

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

THE CHURCHES ?;p- ' ? o ? CHURCH OF ENGLAND Rev. Alan Begbie, preaching in All Saints' on Sunday night last, took as his subject. 'Heaven,' preaching from the text, -*'ln my Father's House are many mansions, if it were not so I would have told you' (John 14:2). Amongst other things he said that there was no subject that inflamed the heart or fired the imagination more than Heaven, and that Heaven was definitely a 'Place,' and not only a 'State' as so many thought. He spoke of it as a place of Brightness. as from the Word of God we see that there is no night there, no Death there, no Sorrow there, no Pain there, and no Curse there. Heaven, he said, ? is also a Kingdom, a Home, and an Inheritance. In concluding, he en larged on the text, ''And there shall be no more sea,' pointing out that Heaven in consequence would be free from storms, free from separation, and that as the sea was a matchless cleanser, absorbing all the filth that flows into it. Heaven had no need of the sea, as all...

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BOMADERRY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

B03VJADERRY (From Our Own Correspondent). After many years of waiting and Irving to pet a hall at Bomaderry, it will soon be an accomplished fact.. The contractor has made a .start. To Mr. Tom Thurgate (the energetic sec retary) belongs most of the credit, for though he received many set backs, he kept on trying, and the citizens of Bomaderry owe him a debt of gratitude. Mr, Albert Pctrie also was a willing helper. $ * * * Bomaderry will also soon have a' recreation ground of its own. * * * 9 Our popular night-officer. Mr. Arthur Smith, is back in harness af ter his annual holiday. * * » * Mr. Hogan's horse. General Lulu, ran a good race at last Harold Parlc meeting, and at the end of the first mile looked like a winner; but the long distance he had to make up (156 yards behind) told its tale before the judge's box was reached. * * # * The Parents and Citizens' Associa tion is moving to get the colored children excluded from the local school. ,. * * * # As Aid. Knapp is not standing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

Tennis Racquets, Cricket Goods, Golf Balls, and all indoor games. Dlo ley's.*,

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CRICKET SPLASHES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

CRICKET SPLASHES (By 'French Cut'). Bob Jennings, who last year was voted the best all-rounder In the dis trict, does not appear to be a starter this season, unless something unfore seen happens. Bob, by tbewajf,js a grand asset to cricket. His ability, coupled with his sportsmanship, will be sadly missed in district matches. Some rude people think that water and milk mixed will have good re sults. But the 'Backbone of Tom prone' states that cricket and milK runs Rive no result at all. Lets nope for a change, Bob. How long will Jack Pepper's retire ment from district cricket last? He did not face the barrier for Nowra against Wandandian; but the man ner in which Jack was bubbling over with practical enthusiasm in thr match with the Old Boys against All Saints just recently suggests he wui be out again in Uw middle ere long, thinking nut the opposition. The Wandrmd'an veteran Tom Walsh is one of the old Pyree school who was a member of the team (whos«! photos hang in Pyree Liter pry ...

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THIS WEEK' RECIPE GINGER BEER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

3SSfi!S^^SSS8»S8!!8S8S8SS!SS8SSSS9SSiSiSSS8SSSSSER I THIS WEEK' RECIPE GINGER BEER 1 Mrs. Roy Hyam's Popular Recipe; s % J jg 50 cups raisins (not seeded). & I 32 cups water, Jj * 4 cups sugar, J $ 2 tablespoons cream of tartar, y I 2 tablespoons ground ginger. ? $ Mix well. Let stand until £ I raisins come to the top (2 or 3 h i days). Stir often. Strain and J * bottle. Ready for use in 2 or 3 g I days after bottling. S, * «

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CURRARONG [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

CURRARONG (From Our Own Correspondent). Mr. C. Moore opened a store at Cur rarong East on Friday. The same enterprising gentleman is busy builc ing, and hopes to be accommodating many visitors in cabins in the near future. ? * * * West Currarong is also busy build ing, Mr. Bruce having just completed a very nice little cottage. * ? * ♦ Mrs. Peel anticipates a busy sum mer, and has had many enquiries re garding accommodation for the sum mer months. * ? ♦ ♦ The Parsons family, of Wollongong, are holidaying at Currarong, and are getting their full quota of fish. * ? ? ? Young Fred Moore landed a goocl sized schnapper last Thursday — large enough to make a good meal for his mother, himself, and three visitors. * * .? *. . - Nowra's highly esteemed postal offi cial, Mr. Harry Bible, his wife and family are spending their holidays at Currarong. Mr. Bible is well into the fishing, but lost a goodly schnapper by a hairsbreadth on Thursday. Bet ter luck next time. * ♦ * * Mary Lamond one day...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

For many years Mr. Perkins has represented you with vigour ^^^^B^^^^^^^ JPws ' and success. He has taken an active part in bringing about ^i^^^^l^P ^Hv^' the wonderful achievements of the Lyons Government. He *^^^^^ff^ j^MB^'-^ stands to carry on that Government's work. He stands opposed ^H ^Hf j^HbBPt* to the influences behind Beaslcy and Curtin — influences which IBi ^1 l^fHBHr «^ threaten the very stability, security and prosperity of Australia. ^^R&ss^^^^^^^^* These are the broad reasons why Mr. Perkins must be again iS^IhHP^^ |R - returned as, your Federal member. r f^ 11111111^ ^ Effective Defence ... Expanding Markets... More Money . . . Lower Taxes No Government in Commonwealth history has a record of service to the people to compare with the record of the Lyons Administration. It rescued Australia from economic stagnation and guided it to prosperity. It paid over £20,000,000 in direct assistance to Primary Producers. It developed overseas and internal trade. It ligh...

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"WAMBA" DISCOURSES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

'WAMBA' DISCOURSES i Mister Editor. — The purpose of this j inky outbreak is to extend the 'glad i liand' to H. Cecil Rauch. on the occa sion of the first issue of the 'Shoal- haven News' under his editorship. My sympathy may also be taken as written. After an acquaintance extending over more years than I care to think of, I can say that I do not know of any other local man more fitted for that particular job than himself. Also he, and the children that he has begotten, seem always to have been with us. In local government affairs he has figured prominently and with credit. On at least three historical occasions lie officiated as Public Citizen No. 1 of Nowra. Those occasions were: 'Back to Shoalbaven Week,' the visit of the American Fleet, and of the Great White Train. As alderman and Mayor his judgment proved sound, his policy progressive; and always his opinions were expressed without fear or favor. About a decade ago, in con junction with Mr. N. F. Coveny, the late John Fraser a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

Salesgirl said 'They sell like mad . . . ' 'I want,' said Helen, 'a tube of Creme Charmosan.' 'This new 1/- Charmosan tube,' said the assistant, 'is selling like mad.' 'Like mad, eh?' 'Oh, positively. And the big dress ing table jar is jolly well selling big ger than ever.' 'Well, well. You know, the new 1/ tube is so convenient. A jar for the dressing table; a tube for one's bag. Fine idea. And you know, really, there's no cream like Charmosan.' 'Oh, all women say that.' 'It did WONDERS for my skin. How old do you think I am?' 'Well, say 35.' The other laughed. 'I'm nearly 50,' she said. 'That's Creme Charmo san for you.' Creme Charmosan for skin youth It's greaseless. World famous. Big jar for your dressing table 2/6, Hand bag fcube !/-.- )Spl4 everywhere. i| The Store (or Men j STEWART'S I SUMMER SEASON'S OUTER & UNDERWEAR I I NOW ON DISPLAY I i The very Smartest in Shirts, Ties, Socks, Hats, and Footwear. |- I An fine range of Summer Weight Pyjamas in the Latest Designs,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

Portable Gramophones and Latest Records. Accordeons, Violins, Ukeleles, DIBLEY'S.*

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MILTON PICNIC RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

MILTON PICNIC RACES A very successful meeting was car ried out by the Milton District Race Club on Monday. There was a very fair attendance, and some good sport was provided. Results: Opening Handicap: R. Snowden's Robin (Latta) 1, Jas. Murray's Silent Queen (B. Murray) 2, G. Russell's Lord Mer ton (Pepper) 3; winner, 2 to 1. Novelty Pony Race: Mh. J. V. and P. Jones' Cello Leaf (Thomas), scr., 1; R. Hibberd's Gipsy (Lewis), 20yds., 2; T. Goodridge's Hopalong (Pepper), 35yds., 3; winner, even money. John. Boag Cup: T. Ryan's Slippery Jim (Thomas) 1. W. Murray's Lottimore (Murray) 2, R. Snowden's Robin (Latta) 3; winner, 6 to 4 on. Local Handicap: Jas. Murray's Silent Queen (Murray) 1, Mrs. J. V, and P. Jones' Cello Leaf ( Jones ) 2, R. Snow den's Robin (Hibberd) 3; winner, 6 to 4. Beaten Stakes: W. Murray's Lottimore (Murray) 1, S. Hart's Yan kee Dan (Lewis) 2, G. Russell's Lord * Merton (Latta) 3; winner, 2 to 1 on. A number of Nowra visitors were pre- #? sent, including Mr. and Mr...

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JIM YOUNG [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

JIM YOUNG It is the 'Boys of the Old Shoal haven Brigade' that will be regretting keenly the passing of Jim Young. With a soul and1 mind as clean and wholesome as the gum bush he knew so welL and a spirit as sturdy as the ironbarks that grew there, Jim was a man good to know. When the 'writing on the wall' was plain to all others, he, even then, refused to surrender. To all enquiries he returned a cheerful answer, and carried on. Almost every evening Jim. could be seen driving his old bay pony home from Nowra. A pony with an equine sense of humor, it had Jim quite convinced that, one day, it would bolt with him. A good man to work with, a cheer ful man to play with, and avi honest i man to deal with, Jim Youn-/ v/ill be needing no boost at all wrien the celestial trumpeter sounds hi;j last grand reveille. 'WAM3A.' | The N.S.W. Labor Council has I ordered a complete boycott of Japan I ese goods as a protest against the in ; human bombing raids in China, i slaughtering men, women and ...

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GREENWELL PT. & PYREE SHOALHAVEN ROWING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

GREENWELLPT. & PYREE (From Our Own Correspondent). SHOALHAVEN ROWING CLUB A committee meeting of the above* club was held in Pyree Literary In stitute on Thursday night last. Mr. Jas. Ryan (president) occupied the chair, and the following committee men were present: Messrs. Jim Wil liams, C. Pcniston, T. Peel. Hy. Regan, W. McBride. J. Regan, G. Campbell, Jack Louesborough, and A. Smith (secretary - . ; The secretary reported having paid the fire insurance premium of £1/14 b on boatshed and contents. The secretary stated that the fee of £11- was due to the N.S.W. Pro fessional Sculling and Rowing League. It was decided to affiliate, on motion by Messrs. Jim Williams and By. Began. Discussion ensued regarding a pro gramme for New Year's Day. The secretary moved that two woodchops be included in New Year's Day pro gramme, amounting to £25. Seconded by Mr. J. Williams, and carried. j The following programme was an- I proved of (entrance fee to be 5 per i cent), on motion by Mes...

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