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

W-12 — Drawbar rating, 9.SS h.p. ; belt, 13.88 h.p. F-12 — The smallest of the Farmall family —Drawbar rat Ins, 9.44 h.p. ; belt, 13.45 h.p. 10-20 — Drawbar rating, H 13.5 h.p, ; belt, 21.6 h.p.BS W-30 — Drawbar rating, 19.69 h.p.; belt, 31.31 h.p. WK-fO — The new six cylinder tractor. WD-40 — Drawbar rating, 27.99 h.p. ; belt, 44.04 h.p. T-20 — Drawbar rating, 18.33 h.p. ; belt, 25.31 h.p. TD-35 — Drawbar rating, 27.02 h.p. ; belt, 36.95 h.p. TD-40 — Drawbar rating. 33.51 h.p.; belt, 43.12 h.p. : Buy a ^^k ^* H Designed expressly for orchard work ^'- gfl^A ^A I the McCormlcli-Deerlng O-I2 tractor ^K ^k __^ m. H saves time, labour and money through ^L vk ^P ^» «jk _- out the year in ploughing, harrowing, ^k ^t ^k WgA 'praying, belt work, and haulage Job* ^A ^L * ^k ^Sr . . . Small and compact, O.|! works ^k ^k ^ nimbly between the rows without Injury ^^ ^k to fruit, branches or rooti . . . Low in jj Wd prlco, low In operating cost, built for j& ^V^r long service . , , Drawba...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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BAPTIST [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

BAPTIST The Rev. N. P, Reeve, preaching in Nowra Baptist Church on Sunday night from the text Isaiah 9;6, 'For unto us a child is born, unto us a Son is given; and the government shall be upon His shoulders,' said; The darker the cloud the brighter the rainbow. This is life all over. When things are at their worst, be certain beyond there is a cloud with a silver lining. Thus spoke the prophet of the Lord,, for he knew ivhat disaster and mis fortune was. The earthly King XJzziah whom he had loved, and cherished, was suddenly stricken down with leprosy, and died. The prophet's hopes were not dashed to the ground, but rather in an instant darkness turns to light, and despair gives place to joyful assurance, for Instead of an empty throne, he sees aT present Lord 'High and lifted up.' When we see God it at once invests life with .new purposes, and like the prophet we will desire a complete consecration which is the expression of a grateful heart. This vision which came to Isaiah can be...

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

\\\ J§ FRIGERA-OR ^00 It's Satisfying to Know that PALING Re frigerators ere 'Delivered and Installed Free . . . Guaranteed 72 monthi . . . Obtainable in sites to suit every home, hotel, guest-house, or shop . . . tO dayt' free service. A new PALING REFRIGERATOR offers you all the latest improvements — inter- tor lighting, spacious sliding shelves, better ice-cube boxes, real vegetable crispers, faster freezing, push-pull d6ors, broom-high legs, and many other super ior features, at no extra cost. In eco nomical operation it helps to keep your household expenses down to a minimum as ice-bills cease and milk, meat, fruit, greens, and other table commodities keep deticiously ftotb until needed. Be prepared for the long hot summer months , . . Imtal a PALING RE FRIGERATOR 1 It's an Investment in better living and better health. kJ2P&0lf NEW MODEL W. H. PALING & CO. LTD.. 338 George Street, Sydney BRANCHES: Newcastle, Brisbane, Toowoomba, and Rockharapton. ? , ? — _, cWJ...

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GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY On the 14th November, 1887, Thomas Marriott and Annie Bond Harkus1 were united in the bonds of ' holy ; matrimony, at Moruya, by the Rev. Spencer, and later left by the boat' Kiaraa for Sydney and Melbourne. I After the honeymoon the .young couple returned to Nowra, where they have continuously resided ever since. Last Sunday the worthy and honor ed couple celebrated the golden anni versary of that haonv event. Their home in East-street was transformed into a veritable fairy bower of flowers and balloons, the ar tistic decorative arrangements being the work of Mrs. Evans, of Cremorne ' (sister of Mrs. Marriott). There was a great family re-union, the widely-scattered units assembling to do honor to their parents. Mr. Tom Marriott, jun., came over specially froin Melbourne; Mrs. Hamilton ( Mildred J, Mrs. Swales (Connie), and Wilfred travelled from. Griffith. The two daughters were accompanied by i their husbands, while Wilf's wife was I able to meet her hu...

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

| ALL CLASSES OF jjj I INSURANCE TRANSACTED i| If t Consult ; | ? ? I '* FRANK WILSON ji I c/o. ASHCROFT'S NEWSAGENCY j' |- NOWRA I ,

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CHURCH SERVICES Sunday, November 21st. CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

CHURCH SERVICES Sunday, November 21st. CHURCH OF ENGLAND Nowra: 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 11 am., Morning Prayer; 7.30 p.m., Evening Prayer and Holy Communion. The evening service will be conducted by the All Saints' pricket Club, and , the subject of the address will be, 'Why Sunday? ' ' ? . . ~ Terara, 2 p.m. Pyree, Thursday, at 7.30 p.m. Alan E. Begbie, Rector.

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

BAPTIST Services conducted in Diggers' Hall. Nowra: 10 a.m., J.C.E.; 11 a.m.f Worship; 2.45 p.m., S. School; 7.30 p.m., GospfcL. Service. Bomaderry, 7 p.m. Preacher, Eev. N. F. Reeve. Tuesday/ $ p joo.., Bible Study. Sat urday, 7.15 p.m., Open\ Air; 8 pin., Prayer Meeting. - ,.. : . Rev. N. F. Reeve, Minister. Messrs. Walsh and Monaghari re port the sale, ^ap&yu&t^'-^Jftib-:. lie Trustee, as administrator of the estate of the l$e Albert U;Bw&,-ofj property In Worrlgeer street, mt tfte Baptist Union of Nis.W., at |150. ' i

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

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND On Sunday morning, at All Saints' Church of England, the rector. Rev. Alan Begbie, preached from the text, 'Peace I leave wtih you, my peace I give unto you.' (John 14:27). The great war of 1914-1918. said Mr. Beg bie, was fought to ensure peace, to make the world safe for democracy, to preserve the individual rights of the nations, and with the hope that it would for *jver end war, but none of these goals have been achieved. An essentially Christian solution is the only remedy, and Christ the only One who can hope to bring the nations together in a peaceful understanding. That peace must first be a vital and personal experience before we as a nation can hope to solve the world problems to-day. This peace is three fold: Peace with ourselves, peace with al! men, and peace with God; and it is in the last of these three that we ran ever hope to find a peace which ran silence the tumults and anxieties of life, although even that cannot end them, for, as th...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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TOMERONG [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

TOMERONG (From Our Own Correspondent). At the last meeting of the Parents and Citizens' Association, it was de cided to hold a 'breaking-up' func tion at the school on the afternoon of the close of the 1937 term, when the children will render a short pro gramme, and parents and friends will assemble to assist the teacher (Mr. V. Carr) and the pupils to terminate what has been a happy and most suc cessful vear. Mr. W. G. Lafikfirstepn has kindly donated a prize for the most efficient pupil in each class of' the school, and these prizes will be distributed at the function. The- As- sociation also decided to procure the bronze tablet with portrait of Sir Henry Parkes, and have same placed in 'the school. The Rev. Gordon King, who has re- . cently been placed in charge of the Church of England provisional district of Huskisson, conducted his first ser vice here oh Sunday, 31st October, when, in spite of unsettled weather,, there was a fair congregation present. Mr. King, an earnest and ...

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

PRESBYTERIAN In the absence of the Rev. Mr. Auld, Mr. R. L. Campbell, of Kangaroo Val ley, took both morning and evening .service, Mr. Campbell expatiated on the character of Ruth, developed through trouble, and extended by her unfaltering friendship for Namoi. At the. evening service the subject was the call to go forward. Three series were described — 1, the cry of the people, the call to surrender—a policy of drift; 2. the cry of the leader, the call to stand still — a policy of con servatism; 3. the cry of the Lord, the call to go forward— a policy of pro gress. Each of these series was com pared with present day attitudes. Mr. Campbell also took the afternoon ser vice at Wandandian.

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

CAMBEWARRA SHIRE COUNCIL The usual monthly meeting of the above was held at the Shire Office, Kangaroo Valley, on Tuesday, 9th November, there being present Crs. Nelson (President). Vidler, McMahon, Priddle, Binks, and Madge. CORRESPONDENCE Prom A. E. Cox, contractor, with re gard to septic tank being installed for Mrs. Cullen. and submitting plans.— Subject to certain specified undertak ings, to conform with Board of Health requirements, the plans were ap proved of. From the Board of Health, forward ing report of an officer who had made an inspection of Kangaroo Valley, and making certain recommendations to the Council. These ' included the serving of notices on different house holders as to improvements to be ef fected, and the serving, of a closing ' order on the owners and occupiers of a building, which was described as be ing in an insanitary condition, and unfit for habitation. The report was discussed at great length, the general opinion being that there was no op tion but to...

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

METHODIST The services in the Methodist Church on Sunday were in the nature of Sunday school anniversary services. The Sunday school scholars, under the direction of Miss Etta Johnston, L.A.B., rendered some very fine an niversary music. Hymns, solo and choruses were well rendered, and were greatly enjoyed by large congregations at both services. At the morning service Miss J. Por ter, B.Sc, greatly interested the child ren with the story of the boy with the live loaves and two fishes. The Rev. Alan Begbie, of All Saints' Church of England, conducted the evening service. His subject was 'New Things,' and he spoke to the children of four new things, given away for the asking, each of vital importance in our lives, and without which our lives as Christian men and women would not be worth living. The lour things were — A new heart, a new ?. song, a new name, and a new home, each of which Mr. Begbie illustrated from incidents in modern life.

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

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

|G.P.Walker&Son| I DRAINERS & PLUMBERS I I 29 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA I % 'Phone 285. S & Estimates Given, for Sewerage jt f Connections. X I ?:: $

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

NATURE NOTES (Contributed). We must now endeavor to transport ourselves about a hundred million years into the past, and see what sort of a country occupied the area where we now live. Firstly, we find a shallow sea cover ing the present coastal area from Newcastle to Ulladullav to the north extending Inland past Maitland and Singleton, but in this district not reaching more than about 30 miles inland. * There must have been a large area I of high land beyond its borders, and i- rivers brought down sand and other I sediments which aawnuJated in the j) sea. - So. now we are there and can look J around. Firstly, we notice the ; climate. It is not very different from - what we experience now. Perhaps it I is a little warmer. But anyhow, 100 - million years is far too short a period * to have had any noticeable effect on ', the sun. Possibly there is a heavier » rainfall, as the rivers have brought ' down quite big rounded pebbles in ! great quantity. In the canyons of the ? upper Clyde...

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ARMISTICE NIGHT DIGGERS' CELEBRATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

ARMISTICE NIGHT DIGGERS' CELEBRATION 'They shall not grow old as we that are left grow old. Age shall not weary them nor the years condemn; At the going down of the sun and in the morning We shall remember them.' It was a most impressive moment when the local returned men stood bare-headed at the memorial gates, on Thursday evening, while Captain U. K. Walsh recited the above lines. Just previously he had delivered an impassioned address to the crowd that had assembled to do honor to those whose names appear on the Honor Roll. Wreaths were placed at the foot of the memorial from— R.S. and S.I.L.A., by Mr. Marriott; Women's Auxiliary, by Mrs. Beileiter; mothers of fallen sons, Mrs. R. Watts. Led by the Band (most of whom were juveniles), the returned men marched down to the Diggers' Hall, ?where a pleasing little ceremony took place. Captain Walsh (President) was in the chair, and after the loyal toast had been honored by Diggers, Ladies' Auxiliary and visitors alike, he un veiled a ...

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

~ * '- . ? - ? . , -.-.,? ..-.?-??.-,.?? ? ?- -'-'V'-'C I DO ALL. YOUR SHOPPING I i with an I - I A.C.O. CASH ORDER | At the Following LOCAL Stores I l: :: Where they are as GOOD AS CASH :: I :i Lances Ltd. City Fashions De-Longchamp's g I J. D. Glass T. Hewlett L. E. Seyffer | |: Stewart's 0. A. Sullivan P. W. Young I j| Lee's Pat Maguire R. Legge | - Basha's McLaren's Davis & Co. | ?* _ ? . .... -. — . ~ ?.....,,. . . . — . , i , . ,. f^ f{ NOTI: — If you require Goods on Credit from the above Firms through $ ;\ us, leave your name and address at their office, and our representative | jj will call on FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK and attend to your requirements ; I It or write direct to — ' I i- Room 10, Central Chambers, Crown St., Wollongong. | %? 'The Finn with 20 years reputation for Honesty and Integrity iu'- Cash Order financing.' 1

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HEALTH INSPECTOR'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 17 November 1937

HEALTH INSPECTOR'S REPORT At last meeting of Cambewarra Shire Council, the health inspector (Mr. R. L. Campbell), submitted the following report; — In accord with instructions received from the Board of Health, I have pre pared a closing order in respect of premises owned by estate late Robert Wilkinson, and occupied by Wilson Huxley and S. Allen. The certificate of the senior medi cal officer of health is tabled here with. Two builders have applied for ex tension of time in which to complete either alterations to or erect new lavatories. Notice has been served on Miss Nugent to clean up premises. I The inspections required will be made and reports transmitted to the Department. * Notices under the Cattle Slaughter ing Act have been served on Mr. F. A. R. Wallis; copies are tabled herewith. Time has not permitted of an in spection of the aborigines' camp at Cambewarra; this will receive early attention. The fencing of the sanitary depot is nearing completion. The necessary buildings...

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

RIDER fENDURANCETWST TROUSERl |- Serviceable BP^&^U^SHhSHb^ «§- and comfort. W'\ ^BL r^Hf^PsSH *- ' & able. Stti*. A4-£5£%4j£3[ ^£^§1 1 \ X factory wear tijjgC^ZP[,if2^^ KuF I ^guaranteed ^ IM \~ /^?-fe & or garment ^^?f. 4= ^\ r MB X I & replaced. mBr^^^S^^BjU[l HH| -f- I I i OLIVE, FAWN, I 1 & X I DARK GREYS ' $ I . 13/6 PAIR I I W. D. LEES, |i I 103-105 JUNCTION ST., NOWRA f $£SSSS3£SSSSSSSSS£3SSSS£S£S£S£S£S£SS8£SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS3§| | I W. J.' Egan I I BERRY STREET | I FARM MACHINERY 1 |! \ PRODUCE . ,.. I I ; HARDWARE# I WATCH FOR FUTURE ? I ANNOUNCEMENT j Three visitors from COotamundra— Messrs. Grieves Xmanagerot the Bank Of 'Asia), M. A. McGrath and T, Welsh—have ^bem staying at Mr. W. Brownett's 'Haven ^anip?' Sussex Inlet. ' Fishing - from ^Nbk Owen's launch yfchW \^cotu^a^^i^a^er--i age of 1601b of flatheod per-day for four successive days. Some of the fish were up to 61b in weight. '

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