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BOMADERRY v. NUMBAA. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

BOMADERRY v. NUMBAA. NUMBAA.— 1st Innings. A. 'Bice, not out ? 79 B. Miller, b Collis ..* ? 8 J. Miller, c Ingram, b Williamson 12 R. Fraser, lbw, b Collis ? 4 T. O'Keeffe, b Jones ? 16 I B. Murphy, c Jones, b Collis ? 9 A. Buchan, c Thurgate, b Collis .... 15 M. Evison, b McGuire ? 5 L. Rowlands, not out ? 2 Sundries ? 5 Eight wickets for ? 155

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EXTRA HOLIDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

EXTRA HOLIDAY V The Premier (Mr. Stevens) an nounces that the Government will proclaim Monday, January 3rd, as an. additional public holiday. Christmas Day and New Year's Day will both fall on Saturdays, and under the Banks and Holidays Act, Monday, December 27th, will be a public holiday ,in lieu of Boxing Day. No provision is mad? under that Act for an additional boll day when New Year's Day falls on a . Saturday. Accordingly the Cabinet decided to proclaim January. 3rd a . public holiday- , . ; *

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NATURE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

. NATURE NOTES (Contributed). Last week we decided that the sandstone of this district must be very old, and that its great thickness indicated that it was laid down dur ing a very long period. Now, just how many years ago did this take place? First of all, it is necessary to point out that it is quite impossible for a geologist to say off-hand how old any particular rock or stratum is. All that can be done is to map out strata in their order of succession. First we take modern deposits. That is to say, muds, sands, and such like, that have been laid down during the last few thousand years. In these deposits will be found remains of animals and plants similar to those living at the present time, and also perhaps human remains, such as aboriginal imple ments. An example of this can be seen on the flats of the Shoalhaven. When wells are dug, it -is noticed that sea shells occur in quantity, as one digs down into the subsoil. These shells are on the way to become fos sils, and the depo...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXVIII. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

AT CROSS PURPOSES ' CHAPTER XXVIII. (Continued). But when in her room she closed $he ^Soor, and whispered: 'Ann, go to your own room. Stay- there, unless I call you. I am not going to undress yet. I may need to go down again. When they have gone I wlil call you down to lock the door.' When she was alone, Alice Linton sat upon her bed. She was not satis fled with that scene downstairs. Now that the excitement caused by Mr. '?Smith's' dramatic return had pass ed, she could think. Andrew had come to her drunk, al most brutally demanding money. Mr. 'Smith' had come, too. and then a strange change had come over her husband. She1 had heard that snarl stifled on his lips — the partly formed word 'Old ? ' What did it mean? And in those few whispered words which she had in vain tried to catch, had not she caught just one word, 'gaol'? She hesitated no longer, but, open* ing her door softly, she stole down the stairs. The blind can find their way noise lessly, unerringly, in the darkness in a...

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

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

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THE WAR WITHOUT END [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

THE WAR ^WITHOUT END To-day, when the Great War is still a dull rankle in our minds — and with Europe ready to simmer over with the clash of international affairs— we are bidden to think of another conflict — a war without end. It is a war in -the midst of peace. There are no scarred battle grounds to be seen; no shrapnel or machine gun fire. Just a few buildings — some scattered army huts and a little bat-' talion of men living out their frus trated days in the shadow of our military hospitals. Their's is a war without enH. The fight that begun in Gallipoli and France 23 years ago-— and which for them may not cease. The battle of the flesh. The mute endurance of tortured bodies and never-ending pain. Their's is the lonely cavalry of suffering. A Gesthemene of the spirit as well as the body. These men live and breathe in a modern striding world— yet they are not of it. They are a mere pitiful handful of specta tors, condemned to watch the surge and the rush , of life pass by them. T...

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ALL SAINTS v. WANDANDIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

ALL SAINTS v. WANDANDIAN ALL SAINTS.— 1st -Innings. G. Cook, c S. McGuire, b N. Watt 6 I O. Chamberlain, c Smith, b S. I McGuire ? 2 I M. Barron, c A. McGuire, b S. Mc I Guire ? 31 ? E. Monaghan, st Smith, b Wright son ? ,25 B. Emery, b Wrightson ? 37 E. Hewlett, c C. Watt, b Wrightson 3 'S. Smith, c N. Watt, b Wrightson 4 T. Standen, b R. McGuire ? 1 A. Booth, lbw, b R. McGuire ? 0 G. Caines, not out ? 3 A. Bebgie, b S. Watt ? 4 Sundries ? 5 Total ? v... 121 Bowling: N. Watt, 1-16; Wrightson, 4-52; S. Watt, 1-0; S. McGuire, 2-36; R. McGuire, 2-12.

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PYREE v. NOWRA METHODIST [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

PYREE v. NOWRA METHODIST PYREE.— 1st Innings. A. Carberry, c Walker, b Barron 14 B. Leaney, st Gould, b Cullen .... 84 C. Bryce, c Newton, b Crawford 13 H. McGuire, not out ? 78 E. Regan, not out ? 6 Sundries ? ? 15 Three wickets for ? 210 Rain stopped play at 5 p.m.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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B. GRADE TOMERONG v. MEROO TOMERONG. — 1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 10 November 1937

B. GRADE TOMERONG v. MEROO . TOMERONG.— 1st Innings. A. McGuire, c Muller, b Sharman 35 R. Wrightson, b Sharman ........ 44 A. Barham, run out ? 24 J. Benfield, run out ? .... 2 L. McGuire, b Sharman ? 19 C. Bryce, b Abernethy ? 37 W. Wrightson, b Edwards ? 11 M. McGuire, b Abernethy ? 0 W. Brownett, c Ryan, b Howlett 3 J. McGuire, b Sharman ? 18 N. Parnell, not out ? 7 Sundries ? : ? 5 Total ? 205

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

THANKS     I DESIRE to thank the Electors of Eden-Monaro for the support ac- corded me at the recent Election, and to all who assisted me during the campaign and at the booths on Poll- ing Day. J. A. PERKINS.   A GENERAL MEETING of the Mem- bers of the Ratepayers' Association will be held in the School of Arts, Nowra, on Monday, 15th November, 1937, at 8 p.m. All property owners and others interested in the forthcom- ing Municipal Elections are cordially invited to attend.       C. CARTER, Hon. Sec.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

1F«£ jf HE Macquarie Obelisk in Macquarie Place, Sydney, marked the, spot from tchich all roads in the Colony were measured, it was vre.cted in 18111* a year after the Bank of New South Wales commenced business in Mrs. Mary Iteiby's house in Macquarie Place. ': The Bank of New South Wales was the first bank opened in Australia. Regarding this Bank, II. E. Tearc, in 'Australian Currency and Exchange,' says, 'The establishment of this bank was generally considered to huve saved lhe Colony from ruin.' To-day, the Bunk of New South Wales is still the first Bunk — first in age — first in the num ber of brandies serving the public — first in the iimount of deposits entrusted to it — first in the volume of advances to trade and industry — and first in the extension of banking services to meet expanding economic needs. Trained officers of the Bank throughout its 800 brandies are ready alwujs to advise on any financial question. There is no problem too small or too large for tltcir considera...

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CLYDE SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

CLYDE SHIRE COUNCIL The above Council met on Friday last, when there were present — Crs. J. Boag (President), Dowling, Harding, J. Watt, Collingwood, and K. Thomson. SYMPATHY The President moved a motion of condolence with Cr. Dowling, whose brother had been accidentally killed, as a result of a fall from a horse, early in the week. The mbtion was curried, the councillors standing in CORRESPONDENCE From Local Government Depart ment, notifying amendment of Ordin ances 9, 10, and 25. From Minister for Works and Local Government, forwarding report of activities since the amalgamation of the two departments. From New town Council, inviting co operation in having the Rair Rents Court re-established. — Deemed to .savor of politics, the letter was re ceived. From Mitchell Shire Council, asking co-operation in opposing the Main Roads Board's tree-planting scheme. — Received. From C. Moore, forwarding plans, ?and asking approval of erection of cabins at Currarong. The Engineer recommended ap...

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APPRECIATION OF STAFF [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

APPRECIATION OF STAFF ? n ? At the Clyde Shire Council meeting, on Friday, the President (Cr. J. Boag) said that as that was the last meeting of the present Council, he would like to take the opportunity of thanking the staff for the magnificent manner in which they had assisted him during his two years of office as President. It had been a pleasure to work with them. The Clerk (Mr. Lackersteen) and his assistant (Miss Pears) seemed to him to be always at work, and had all information at their disposal at a moment's notice. That the Engineer's (Mr. Gowan's) duties were well car ried out was evidenced by the excel lent state of the roads, which were better than ever before in the history of the Shire, and better than they could ever be again without the spe cial grants. All the councillors supported the President's remarks as to the all round efficiency of the staff. Messrs. Lackersteen and Gowans expressed their thanks to the council lors for their complimentary refer ences; and Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

AND ITS FOE To the person who is bilious, life is practically a burden. The sleep is troubled, a bitter taste remains in i die mouth; the tongue is often furred; there is a sudden dizziness when arising from a sitting or stoop ing position, and while the bowel* may be loose and natural one day, constipation is present the next. All this is brought about by the natural sewers of the body becoming clogged up and the bile denied its rightful channel, is turned into the blood. It may, and often does, lead to the most dangerous fbrms of dis ease, as when suffering from bilious ness one's body is much more susceptible to the lodgment of dis ease than when in its normal state. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are the foe to Biliousness. ,^ V^jr-nii * ' ' ? ? '?-)?' '.-1..VV,-.;.*' ' ??' ...IN ? ? : ?? ??? .?i:-'-''vr W''-- *'?'? '??' -??- - - -, rr- - - .jVri- r I'T ... : - ' i.;:ij';ijn?Pius-£- '?'??? '??*? ?*'?'! ''A '?'

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AMBULANCE COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

AMBULANCE COMMITTEE The monthly meeting of the com mittee was held on Wednesday night. There was a full attendance — Drs. Ryan (President), Rodway, Thomp son, Messrs. Schuback, Evans, Carrall, Wilson, T. Paterson, Sparkes, Ginns, Hollins, and Carter. Correspondence was, mainly of a formal nature^r-contributions, etc., and cheques from the Navy Depart ment for transport of patients. The superintendent's report for the month was as follows: Accidents, 15; transports, 2?; office cases, 10; total, 52. Miles travelled: No. 1, 219; No. 2, M6; Pontiac, 20; organising, 268; , total, 1153. The hpn. staff worked 112 ; hours for the month. The following, donations have been received in addi- i tion to those already published: T. i Basha and Sons, £3/3/-; Tomerong pm^n Chuwfti^ Social Club, £2/2/-; I GDOdyear|Rubber ? Co., * Barnett Glass- i PerariauiRtfliber'-Jo,, Fra&efe1 Garage, SSc&sioaifediluk PV., m. Bailey, £#IF- «acfc^f£ Stpcker, 10/-; J. A. PerSansj^HB., TV-. The dance ...

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CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

I A CHRISTMAS GIFT | ; I SUGGESTION . I $ Send along the naikie and ad-f i xdress and we will forward the& * 4'Shoalhaven News' direct to yourf H ^absent friend for either three, sixx Tor twelvemonths; as directed. ' |H X The' isutiscripjio^ria^s are ,1P/-I j^ #per year or 3/*- $-er; quarter (inx j ''? ^advance)v- . ?;.-« ;«:?*? v/. ?_ .v; ? j; .?. .;;-:-/. *h*\

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A NOVEL PROPOSAL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

A NOVEL PROPOSAL ? O ? At the conclusion of the Cambe warra Shire Council meeting, on Tuesday, the President (Cr. John Nelson) said that, as it was still a week till nomination day, it was not definitely known whether there would, be an all-round contest or not at the forthcoming election. But it struck him that it might be a good idea to give the retiring candidates.' and also any aspirants for office, an oppor tunity of placing their views before the ratepayers. He suggested that they might arrange to engage the hall and set apart a night, when the retir ing councillors could give an account of their stewardship during the past three years, as had been done in the old National Hall many years ago. Aspiring councillors would also have the opportunity of placing their views before the ratepayers at the same time. He felt that the members of the Council were ''up against it' in many ways through ratepayers not understanding the actual position. There had been great opposition to the ...

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UNDER WAY OFFICIAL T.B. TESTS OF DAIRY HERDS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

UNDER WAY ? n ? — OFFICIAL T.I5. TESTS OF DAIRY HERDS i Application of the tuberculki test to I herds in the metropolitan district of Sydney has bemi started under official supervision, stated the Chief Veterin ary Surgeon (Mr. Max Henry) last I week. After 30th June. 1938, all raw milk sold in Sydney must be from tuber culin tested cows, in accordance with a recent decision of the Milk Board. DurinR the past few years mere had been so much voluntary testing that few reactors were likely to be discovered, continued Mr. Henry. In their own interests diarymen coming within the scope of the scheme should arrange for early test ing, he added. Where animals that might have been spreaders of the disease were found, more than one test would be necessary before the herd could be declared free, i ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

At 8 last night A dark eyed maiden went forthr to conquer. The most fetching frock barely hid her jsupple litheness. Charmosan face pow&er upon her skin gave her a cunning charm, a subtle sense of youth, a lovely skin tone that drew many eyes. ?-. She is 35 but Ipoks 25. She will live and. love and marry but she'll never grow old, with Powder Charmosan and iier little white powder pad. Charmosan face powder is suave, . chic and modern. Nothing like it any where. ' -J Its perfume is entrancing ... it stays on for hours. Charmosan . fac^ powder Immense sale. All shades and sun tan. Big box 2/6. Everywhere. * P-S. Cleanse youTTskln each night of dust, makeup, etc., with Charmosan *Cold Cream '. . . you'll be delighted.; Boudoir jars '2/9: Tubes Clfe i^Sold; leyerywhere. . ' :

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