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BERRY v. WANDANDIAN BERRY.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

BERRY v. WANDANDIAN BERRY .—1st Innings. C. Turner, c E. Smith, b Wrightson 6 A. Agar. c N. Watt, b Wrightson 15' E. Turner, run out ? 16' J. Higgins, c Wrightson, b R. Mc Guire ? ll L. Henry, lbw. b' Wrightson ? 0 L. Gillam, st Smith, b S. McGuire 16 A. Henry, c and b S. McGuire .... 14 H. Mannell, c N. Watt, b R. Mc Guire ? 38 T. Lidbetter, not out ? 17 R. Crump, lbw, b Wrightson ? 0 H. Watson, c S. Watt, b Wrightson 0 Sundries ? 12 Total ? 145 Bowling: E. Wrightson, 5-34; S. McGuire, 2-22; R. McGuire, 2-20. WANDANDIAN.— 1st Innings. E. Smith, not out ? 11 A. McGuire. c Mannell, b Henry 0 S. Watt, c Watson, b Henry ? 5 E. Wrightson, b Mannell ? 3 'N. Watt, not out ? 4 Sundry ? 1 Three wickets for ? 24

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B GRADE METHODIST v. TOMERONG [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

B GRADE . METHODIST v. TOMERONG M. Walker, c sub., b M. McGuire 0 J.'Cullen, c -Wrightson, b Barham 22 L. Walker, b M. McGuire ? 0 B. Barron, b Wrightson, b McGuire 2 A. Newton, b M. McGuire ? 22 R. Jacobs, c Wrightson, b McGuire 9 J. Clifford, b M. McGuire ? .': .... 0 K. Crawford, t- M. McGuire ? 2 W. Tickle, run out ? 2 F. Martin, c Wrightson, b Barham 3 G. Gould, not out ? 6 Sundries ? .... 5 Total ? 71 TOMERONG.-rlst Innings. A. McGuire, not out ? 44 A. Thomas, b K. Crawford .: ? 5 R. Wrightson, b Jacobs .... ? 87 A. Barham, c. and b Jacobs ? 4 L. McGuire, c Martin, b Crawford 6 M. McGuire, c Walker, b* Barron 2 W. Brownett, not out ? 20 Sundry ? ? 1 Five wkte. (deb.) for :... ...169 METHODIST.— 2nd Innings. J. Cullen, c Brownett, b Barham 0 B. Barron, lbwt b Barham ? 4 M. Walker, c Thomas, b McGuire 2 A. Newton, b McGuire ? 0 L. Walker, b Barham ? 3 R. Jacobs, b Barham ? 4 W. Tickle, c Wrightson, b McGuire 1 F. Martin, not out ? 11 K. Crawford, o ? , b McGuire .... 0 G. Gould,...

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CRICKET A GRADE NUMBAA v. PYREE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

CRICKET A GRADE NUMBAA v. PYREE Pyree can certainly set an example to a lot of the other teams for being punctual. Last Saturday at Numbaa every member of their team was on j the ground before 2 o'clock, but the ' same couldn't be said about the locals. ' although a fairly early start was made. With a view to making use. of the north-east breeze for the bowlers, ? Pyree. upon winning the toss, sent | Numbaa to the wickets. Bice and Mil- i Jer opened to tne Dowung oi McBride and Ryan. The first ball of the day from the former was an unlucky one for Pyree. Toby, in attempting a square cut, hit it high to point, where McGuire got his right hand to it, but the ball fell to the ground. Consider ing what was to follow, tills incident had a big bearing on the whole match. For a time the batsmen were content to play safe but solid cricket to the fairly accurate bowling attack, and one thing that kept the scoring rate down all the evening was the heavy coat of, grass in the outfield. Miller ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

W. D. LEES, 103-105 JUNCTION ST., NOWRA i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

NOTE THE ADDRESS 33 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA JACK SAWYERS Wishes to notify the General Public that Supplies of COAL are available at his Yard. Following are the prices delivered to yout home: — 3/- per 1 cwt. 21/- per 4 Ton 38/6 per 1 Ton PHONE 253 FOR QUICK DELIVERY v

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TERARA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

TERARA (From Our Own Correspondent), The annual Sunday school picnic was a great success this year. A pre sentation was made to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Glanville, who have been teach ing Sunday school at Terara for many years. * * ♦ ♦ Terara was well represented at Cur rarong this week-end. Mrs. Evelyn and her husband and the George Sol ways were there on Sunday, and the Campbell family were there for the week-end. * * *? * Miss Lorna Hodgson, of Double Bay, has become so attached to Nowra that she is now residing permanently in Terara. The heat during the past week has dried up the gardens considerably. Have you heard that Mr. and Mrs. Victor Murray are the proud parents of another daughter? ♦ * * ? . Miss Dot Bradshaw is acting nurse maid to Mrs. C. Vost's children, while the latter is spending a holiday at Katoomba. ? ? * * Once again the «Towe family carried off the prizes at the Terara P. and C. euchre party. * ? * ? Virtue Boyd has returned home after staying on, a sheep station at...

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AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXIX (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

AT CROSS PURPOSES I £ CHAPTER XXIX (Continued). Maggie purposely delayed her ap pearance the following morning so as , to miss Mark at breakfast. She felt that she could not meet him yet. In her heart, that had been awakening to love for her husband, was now a burning rage against him, mingled with a dull, aching misery. Seated in her office later, Maggie's brain was busy. Had this man, Adams, of whom Mark had spoken, something to do with the mystery in her uncle's life, and in Mark's— trie mystery 01 the past which centred round the Linton-Oldroyd partnership and 'Vel- silk,' and which Caleb always refused to discuss or explain? j And why did Uncle Caleb say to Mark, 'Every word you speak against that man may return to you like a knife in your heart'? How strange! Why, what should Adams be to Mark? There came to Maggie in that mo ment, born of those strange words, born of Caleb's shepherding of Adams, and of his devotion to Mark's mother, a suspicion that e_t first so amazed her th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

fiBHSl fjSL mSEWlfnWffffililfi W. D. LEES, 103-105 JUNCTION ST., NOWRA. gailllllllllllE]IHIIIIIIIM[]lllilllll!!inilllltllllllC]l!lllllllllinilllllllllllCllll!g j CONSULT j j R. P. YOUNG, M.l.O. | | (P. W. YOUNG & SON) 1 1 1 | Optician &,. Optometrist! I JUNCTION STREET | = = 1 NOWRA I = s= I PHONE 77. BOX 17. I 3 ? U ^iiiitJiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiHiiiiiiiaitiiiiRii.'itiiiiiiiiiiuiaik |G.P.Walker&Son| I DRAINERS & PLUMBERS I I 29 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA f I Thone 285. f I Estimates Given for Sewerage f I Connections. x I Lionel Seyffer j I JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA I | WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER I I 0PHCIAN & OPTOMETRIST § \ WINDOWS | v All Work Guaranteed. \ '?'?'??'???? i ~ ' 'I gS8S888S8S8S8S8SS8S8SSSS83388SS88S38SS8SS8888SS8888sS ' I 'HE choice of thousands for over . V-^ ?i^r^^^^^^K::-/il ?*? 50 years, Speedwell Cycles will, this If--- .????? «.-.-?? MSt^^ajEas-I ALL these extra value features. /. -J\ ^w^JpSt gj^.^^ffw-'/ Speedwell ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

VICTOR and PALING 11 A D1O 'Victor' and 'Paling' Model* for 1037 Include *niiny new Improvements, ranking them tlic outstanding: rndlo Instruments of J087! Glorious tone quality, Itcuutlf til cabinet construction nnd remarkable pcrfownunce are vom blncd. In every model, including ?Wlec. trie, flattery, AC/DC and IMiono-Uudlo. Exclusive *o Paling's — the monster 'Sky-Sign' Dial The monster 'sky-sign' dial, nlwo lutely EXCfcPSIVE to Paling's, In in feature of MKW aiodelB. Given A1-L Stntlons, town*, ji»d Stntes through out Aiutralln *nd Kew JBenlandl Choose n 1O&7 *Vlct-*' or 'Pnllng' Itndlo for faithful service «nd better performance. *: : J , low JDBPosrr v— jba^f terms ? 338 Gp-|iil^4SK^I»ey ' ' ? ??Hiip-i^ ???- ? -? One Class Onlv TO ENGLAND by 'BAV1 LINER FOR comfort and economy, travel to England aboard a One-Class 'BAY' LINER. The WHOLE SHIP is yours — equal attention and service to each passenger. Con genial company. Attractive cabins. High-class cuisine. Entertainment...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

I ALL CLASSES OF | I INSURANCE TRANSACTED I I ? Consult I | I FRANK WIISON I \ Ic/O. ASHCROFT'S NEWSAGENCY? ] I NOWItA .j|;j

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THIRTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

THIRTY YEARS AGO {Rewritten from 'Shoalhaven Tele graph,' November 20th, 1907). Mr. C. S. Moss was presented with an 18-carat gold match by the Mayor (Aid. C. Graham), on behalf of his personal friends. Mr. Moss recently left Nowra to study law in the office Sydney. * - * * * Mr. H. Mackenzie, of Terara, has purchased a station property in Queensland, the price paid being £22,000. * * ? ? Mr. Thos. Mclntyre has been ap pointed manager of the Shoalhaven Co-operative Bacon Company, vice Mr. McGregor Watt, resigned. ? * * * Mr. W. M. Hunt reports the sale of 'Errowal' Estate, near Tomerong, comprising 1084£ acres freehold, to Mr. H. P. Kean, of Sydney, at a satis factory cash figure. ? * * * Mr. J. A. Woods, of Meroo, is off to Inverell. * * * * At the Licensing Court, yesterday, a renewal of the license of the Yalwal Hotel was granted to Charles Davidge; license fee, £10. Coolangatta Estate wool clip, of 5G'' bales, topped the market in Sydney, realising 14d per lb. The experiment of ...

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CURRARONG [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

CURRARONG # (From Our Own Correspondent). Visiting Currarong this week is Mr. Waddell, one-time welterweight boxer at the old Gaiety Theatre, Sydney. * ?* ? * Jacko, the local fishing enthusiast, caught five fine schnapper, averaging 51b, last Tuesday. He also got some good-sized whiting in Currarong Creek. * ifc * *i 'Pop' Peniston got a thrill out of a catch of small red fish and two large sized flathead, which he passed round to his neighbors. ? o * * Mr. Lean, of West Currarong, land ed on Sunday two large schnapper, i one weighing 151b and the other 101b. ! * * * * i Mrs. Peel raced to the spot in Mr. Bruce's new launch in the hope of outdoing hun, but failed to land a fish. ? * ?* * Mrs. Fry and her daughter Ruby showed the pioneer spirit by walking from Point Perpendicular lighthouse on Sunday to bid farewell to Curra rong folk.

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SUDDEN DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

SUDDEN DEATH Mr. W. Carmody, who did a little casual work from time to time for Mr. J. Howitt, was found dead early on Wednesday morning. The de ceased, who was about 74 years of age, had complained of feeling unwell for some days. In his younger days he was an athlete of some note, be ing one of the speediest footrunners of his time. He was a member of a well-known Berry family of the early unya. On Thursday the District Coroner (Mr. Reuben King) held an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the sad occurrence, when the follow ing evidence was taken: — James Adam Howitt deposed: I am a saddler and reside at Nowra. I have known deceased, William Edward Carmody, the subject of this inquest, for about 40 years. He was a saddler by trade, but of late had been receiv ing the old-age pension and had been residing in an upstairs room over my shop. He worked for me for some time prior to getting the pension, and since then had done a little work at times in the shop. For the past thre...

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THIS WEEK'S RECIPE YULE CAKE By Miss Jean Campbell. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

♦ THIS WEEK'S RECIPE 1 ,♦, -. £1 ;?: yule cake s $ By Miss Jean Campbell. jji *? lib butter. $ ?* lib brown sugar. y % H.lb flour. h I' Jl teaspoon salt. J V 1 teaspoon ginger. *| *? 1 teaspoon nutmeg. ?. ??? 1 teaspoon spice. .* *^ 21b raisins. ?) *» lib sultanas. fi ?J Alb dates. J: \ ilb mixed peel. »\ *? ;',lb almonds, J- ?* 1 pkt. nuts. »j *. ? 1 teaspoon baking powder. t\ *? i teaspoon soda dissolved in a*- ?I little milk. w *? 1 large tablespoon treacle. fs .*, 9 eggs. $ .? Mix in usual way; butter and ^ ?* .sugar well beaten. Add treacle 'jj ?» and soda, eggs one by one, beat ;- »?! well; add flour and fruit, essence *J ?* vanilla, lemon, and almonds. If J-j *? a moist cake is desired add i cup ;? .* thick cream. Bake 4£ hours in a ?* *l well papered tin. When cake is J- I' half cold pour half a wine glass ;* ?* of rum or brandy over it. H ? ? fi

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BOLONG FIRST-AID CLASS PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

BOLONG FIRST-AID CLASS PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES A dance was held at Meroo Hall on Tuesday, 16th inst, for the purpose of presenting the first-aid awards gained at the recent examination of the Bolong class. During an interval the President (Mr. Tom Ryan) called on Dr. Rodway to present the certifi cates, as follows: — First- Aid Certificates: Heather McClelland, Hazel Dodd, May Chittick, Samuel McDonald, George Richard Martin, Oswald McClelland, William Smith, Joyce Henry, Forence Edna Henry. Voucher Certificates: George Mar tin, Humphrey Heiiry. Medallion Certificates : Russell Coulson. Thomas Ryan, Mollie Rauch, Robert Reeves, Crompton Hall, Dulcie Hall, Vincent Smith, Bertram Webb. ? Label Certificate: Charles Ginns. I Mr. Ryan then presented Dr. Rod *way with a pipe, in case, on behalf of the Bolong class, as a token of ap preciation of the keen interest he had taken in the class, as examiner, dur ing the past three years. Dr. Rodway thanked Mr. Ryan and the class for the me...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica trhe old idea that Rheumatism is caused by Uric Acid is being dis credited, and the most advanced opinion is that it is caused by failure of Nature's chemical processes* par ticularly in the small intestines and the liver, which causes toxins (poi sons) and dangerous by-products, ' such as Lime Salts to enter the blood stream. These toxins affect the muscle., and nerves, and .the by products form 'Nodes' or deposits which lodge in the joints between the bones, so that the hones creak . and movement becomes painful. la other words, -doctors are coming to the conclusion that the way to combat rheumatism, lumbago, sci atica and other rheumatic condi tions, is t-^ keep all the organs of digestion and elimination in a state of healthy, vigorous functioning. Regular, free bowel movements and an active liver are necessary to re lieve the strain on the kidneys. \The use,pf Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills has proved of great benefit in . thousands of rheumatic cas...

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ROAD MACHINERY SUGGESTED [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

ROAD MACHINERY SUGGESTED ? , — 0 ? At the Berry Council meeting, on Wednesday, Aid. Witchard moved that provision be made in the estimates (which will be considered at a special meeting) for the purchase of a cater pillar tractor and grader. He said ? that the question had previously been before the Council, and if, after dis cussion, the aldermen thought fit, an amount could be placed on next year's estimates to provide for the purchase -of machinery that might be consider ed necessary. Aid. Couzens seconded. Aid. Knapp supported. He said there was a lot of gravel roads that were being spoilt for want of grad- I ing-up. The only way to maintain I them satisfactorily was for Council to secure a grader. In answer to the Mayor, Aid. Wit chard said he was quite agreeable to purchase the machinery on terms, if that would be more suitable. Coun cil could also purchase a roller, if necessary. Aid. Kellett said he was opposed to the motion. The Council's income was now mortgaged for intere...

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BERRY COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

BERRY COUNCIL '* WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. Present—Aid. Strong (Mayor), Wit chard (Deputy Mayor), Keliett, Holz hauser, Couzens, Knapp, Henry. The Mayor expressed his thanks to the Council for their expressions of sympathy with him in his recent ill ness. A letter was received from Aid. Hackman, who has left the district, in which he regretted the severance of happy associations in the common weal; referred to the friendly terms on which the aldermen had always been; hoped for a continuance of the progressive policy during the ensuing period; and apologised for his non attendance. , FINANCE In committee of finance, the Mayor reviewed the financial position, which, he said, was far from good, though better than at the same time last year. They would have to go very carefully, as they were almost up to their limit of overdraft. The Clerk explained several in stances in which it was found impos sible to collect outstanding rates, and asked approval, which was given, to place the facts be...

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NATURE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

NATURE NOTES ? o ? (Contributed). Last week we got into our Time Machine and journeyed back to the Permo-Carboniferous age; a mere hundred million or so years into the past. This was the time when the sand-stone of our district was being laid down, as we have already seen. But something much more important than sandstone was formed then, and that, is enal. The extensive coal deposits extend ing from Maitland to Newcastle, and south to Illawarra. which are being so largely mined, and also other seams running further south as far as Sas safras which, so far. are not being utilised, $re an indication of the pro fusion of vegetable life at that period. It is generally admitted that coal re sults from the accumulation of plant remains in low-lying, swampy areas. We can get an idea of the sort of plants responsible by examining the leaf impressions and fossil remains which are often found associated with coal. These are seen to be chiefly fern-like. And so we conclude that there were exte...

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ABOUT A PODDY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

ABOUT A PODDY 1 At the Berry Council meeting, on Wednesday, Mr. H. E. Cook attended in person, and stated that he wished to bring under the notice of the alder men the methods employed by their impounding officer. He knew that such an official was necessary, and that he had to do his duty, but he contended that he should act with some discretion. A calf belonging to him (Mr, Cook) had crawled out from under his fence through being fright ened by a neighbor's dog, and though the commercial value of the calf was 5/- he had been 'blistered' for 7/6 by the impounding officer. He charac terised it as a stupid thing for the inspector to impound an animal two months old. He had paid the fee under protest, and while it was not altogether the money, he asked that, on the principle of the thing, the amount should be refunded. If the impounding officer continued doing that, men would be debarred from keeping a beast at all. Aid. Holzhauser said the officer must be a good driver to get a 2 mont...

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