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

| W. P. SPENCER I I KINCHORN STREET, NOWRA I I For Suits of Merit and Distinction Tailored I Entirely on the Premises | A GOOd SUIT MADE TO MEASURE ACTION BACK SPORTS COATS I Cream or Grey Sports Trousers Made to Measure I f — 1 HE — J- I Colonial Mutual Life Assurance i I Society Ltd. I J- (Incorporated in Victoria). f I LIFE, ENDOWMENT, GROUP, SICKNESS & ACCIDENT, I I & PROBATE ASSURANCE | I ? Established 1873. Funds £20,000,000. I | ANNUAL BONUSES % f Local Atcnt- WL F. CALCRAFT $ SS3SSSS88!83SSSigSSS3S!g8S383£^^ g Now is your opportunity to buy a Good Used Car |j HARRISON'S GARAGE j I can help you— Come and Inspect g | 1 ESSEX 1928 TOUEER.— Good Order and Condition Registered. 8 | 1 MORRIS COWLEY.— Square Radiator, Good Order and Condition. g | 1 RyG-BY I924.r-G«od Mechanical Condition, Cheap. S P 1 wgIPPET 96.— Coach, Engine Good, Appearance Fair. Registered. §» | 1 WHIPPET 1929 SEDAN.— Good Appearance and First Class Median!- | |! cal Order. Registered. , |s I ...

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CLEARING UP ARREARS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

CLEARING UP ARREARS At the Berry Council meeting, on Wednesday, Mr. E. G. Bennett at tended in connection with arrears of rates on a property in which he was interested. He said he and the Clerk had gone fully into the matter, and had arrived at a fair estimate of the amount owing. He wanted to do the fair thing, and was prepared to make an oiler of £75— £25 down and the balance in equal monthly instalments. To the Mayor, Mr, Bennett said he could not make a straight-out cash offer. His proposal was the best he could do. He would guarantee to pay £10 a month for five months, but more than that he was unable to do. The Clerk said that altogether the amount owing on all assessments was £156. 1 The Mayor said it seemed to him that Mr. Bennett was doing his best to have the matter cleared up. Aid. Kellett asked how long the amount had been accumulating? The Clerk said the Statute of Limi tations did not apply to rates, for which the term was 20 years. Aid. Knapp thought it would be wise...

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

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

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

PYREE v. BURRIER BURRIER.— 1st Innings. E. Leslie, b Leaney .... ..„ ? 6 W. Young, b Watts ? 55 R. Forsyth, b C. Bryce ? 6 I K. Thomson, c Carberry, b Watts 11 W. Lymbery, b Wilson ? 8 R. Chandler, b Leaney ? 16 ' S. Middleton, b Leaney ? 8 F. Hughes, -c and b Watts ? 4 J. Grady, not out ? 16 ! N. Campbell, b Leaney ? 13 I S. Lymbery, b C. Bryce ? 1 ? Sundries ? .- ? 10 Total ? 154 PYREE.— 1st Innings. B. Leaney, run out ? 65 B. Bryce, run out ? 52 A. Carberry, c Grady, b Forsyth .... 2 H. Watts, run out ? .... 11 O. Wilson, b Campbell ? 2 C. Bryce, c Chandler, b Campbell 4 J. Williams, b Forsyth ? 1 K. Witheridge, not out , ? 4 Sundries ? 23 Total ? ~164 Pyree won by 3 wickets and 10 runs.

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Can We Be Always Consistent [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

1 1 Can We Be Always Consistent ? | f (BY 'FREELANCE'). 'If a man does not keep pace, or is out oi' .u;tep with his fellows, perhaps he is marching to the beat of a drum they cannot hear.' Ruskin. How often do we hear the gibe, '3ut you're not consistent!' For that matter, who can be? We are continu ally cnniiKinp; our ideas, ana the rules ; that we thought were as stable as the j Roc!; oi Gibraltar have proved to be i but houses buiit on sand. In passing, I eve:'! bar- ma doots about the irn I preiynubility of that labied fortress, in | view of. what we have learned during ? tho war in Spain, j There are two classes cf people i who.r;e ideas never change — the dead ! and the insane; the former because they can't, and the latter because, if they did change, it would get them nowhere. We wept in childhood as if our hearts would break over the ! broken toy, while to-day we look upon it as a matter of course. That logical reasoner — St. Paul — whom Festus accused of being mad through m...

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

BERRY v. CAMBEWARRA BERRY.— 1st Innings. J. Blissett, b L. Goodger ? 17 R. Humble, b Forsyth .... .... ........ 1 K. McDonnell, not out ? .'. 34 J. Blow, b Forsyth ? 9 E. Foreman, b L. Goodger ? I J. Waller, run out .... -.'.:. ? 1 M. Robinson, b Dare .... ? ,6 B. Watson, b Dare .... ? „,. D E. Spensley, b Dare ... ? 6 J. Blow, b Dare .... ..'. ? 0 Sundries ? 8 Total ? ? 83 CAMBEWARRA;— 1st Innings. L. Goodger, lbw, b Foreman ? 33 A. Wilson, b Blissett ? 14 H. Faulks, b Blow ? 18 . R. Vidler, b Blow ? 15 C. Moore, not out ? 70 J. Forsyth, b Waller ? 8 A. Forsyth, b Waller ? 14 S. Dare, not out ,..: ? 20 Sundries ? ? 6 Six wickets for ,...v... .... 198 Cambewarra won on the first in nings by 4 wickets and 115 runs.

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MEROO v. WANDANDIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

MEROO v. WANDANDIAN WANDANDIAN.— 1st Innings. M. Hayward, c Howlett, b Muller 23 H. Egan, b Tetley .... ..: ? ' 2 O. McCarthy, lbw, b Keene ? 36 K. Watt, c Muller, b Sharman .... 14 B. McCrathy, c Edwards, b Sharman 4 A. McAuley, b Keene ? 4 N. Mathie, Ibw, b Keene ? 11 A. Rankin, lbw, b Pheeney ? 13 V. Egan, not out ? 12 E. Hayward, c Debenham, b Pheeney 8 A. Windley, c Keene, b Pheeney 0 Sundries ? 8 Total ? ? ? 135 MEROO.— 1st Innings. L. Pheeney, b Egan ? 0 R. Sharman, c M. Hayward, b Egan 20 H. Keene, b Mathie .... ? , ? 29 N. Muller, run out ? 12 P. Edwards, c Watt, b O. McCarthy 29 H. Howlett, b Mathie ? 0 A. Tetley, c B. McCarthy, b O. Mc Carthy ? ? 13 S. Watts, not out ? 1 K. Abernethy, b Egan .... ? 1 G. Barron, c Mathie, to Egan .... 0 C. Debenham, b Egan ? 0 Sundries ? 13 Total ? ? 118 WANDANDIAN.— 2nd Innings. H, Egan, not out ? 18 M. Mathie, c Sharman, b Edwards 28 ' V. Egan, not out .... ? ? 3 Sundries ? .. ? 2 One wicket for ? , 51 Wandandian won on the first in ning...

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REMINISCENCES BILL JONES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

REMINISCENCES (By 'Old-Timer'). BILL JONES In this, my second article of a series of talks on old-time cricketers, I have selected W. Jones, of Nowra, as my subject in chief. Billy Jones, as I will call him. has not been chosen because he stood head and shoulders above other left-arm bowlers of his day, but because he was at least one of the best of his day, and because of a won derful performance which was re printed from tne 'Miiron rimes' re cently, in which he took the whole 10 ?wickets for no runs, keeps running through my mind. Billy's light burn ed brightest at a period when class left-handers were as plentiful as they are scarce to-day. About that time Burner had George Vidler and Ken McKenzie, Pyree had Bob McLean, Nowra had Jones and Griffiths, and Cambewarra had Cubby Gallimore — all great bowlers. Billy Jones had some wonderful performances to his credit spread over many years' cricket. It was not only his ability to bowl a good batsman neck and crop that made him faniou...

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MILITIA NOTES THE BIVOUAC [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

MILITIA NOTES ? O ? THE BIVOUAC The weather bid lair to compel the cancellation of this long-expected exercise, and it was not till 8 p.m. on the Friday night that it was decided to risk everything and hold to the plans laid down. A small party of enthusiasts went out about 7.30 a.m. to assist W.O, Jones lay out the camp, and by noon a fine job had been com pleted, ready for the arrival of the re mainder. Owing to the exigencies of business, many could not arrive till rather late, but the only section of the work which had to be dropped was the preliminary reconnaissance. The wet nature of the ground compelled the simplification of the tasks at tempted, but as it turned out, this proved an advantage rather than 0M1envi.se, Some very interesting small exorcises carried out in the (hick scrub served in some way to give an indication of the difficulties of night operations. The lay-out of the land in the area gave splendid opportunities for demonstrating the use of various formations i...

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SHOALHAVEN ROWING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

SHOALHAVEN ROWING CLUB ? O ? Time marches on! It is hard to realise that it is 14 years since the above club resuscitated after a lapse of many years. However, the fact re mains; and the 14 years of continu ous activity is something for the club to be proud of. The committee still have great confidence in the rowing woodchop fraternity, and are staging a £56 programme at Greenwell Point on New Year's Day, which, incidental ly, will be the biggest day in that centre for many years. The committee unanimously sup ported the idea of Mr. H. M. Watt, of Tomerong, who has great faith in 'choppers, to put on two big wood chQps, £25— £15 underhand and £10 standing, the first heat to commence at 11 a.m. These events alone should create wonderful interest amongst the timbermen. £3 has been allotted for a 75 yards handicap footrace, whilst Mr. Fred Selman is optimistic of getting a road bicycle race included. Programmes are now In circulation for this big carnival at Greenwell Point on Monday, ...

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

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SHOALHAVEN DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

SHOALHAVEN DISTRICT CRICKET ASSOCIATION A special meeting of delegates was I held in the Nowra School of Arts on ! Friday night last. Mr. Artie Smith (President) was in the chair, but ' there was only a small attendance of delegates. The main business was the arrang- : ing oi a graae compeuuon mj com- j plete the round on the same date as j the first grade, there being 7 A grade ; teams and 9 B grade teams. On the ; motion of Mr. A. Ward, seconded by , Mr. Alf Howlett, it was decided that! the remaining four matches be play- I ed as one-day fixtures to complete the first round. Mr. M. Bice moved that the rule be enforced with regard to captains nominating their teams before games ! are commenced, which was seconded j by Mr. A. Wilson. Mr. Bice contended ? that the move would save trouble. ( Pyree delegate remarked that recently ? a team had met them with 12 men. A permit was granted to S. Dare to play with Bomaderry. Correspondence was to hand from St. George Junior District,, stati...

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SHOOTING TRAGEDY AT "TINDALL'S FARM" AT BROUGHTON VALE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

SHOOTING TRAGEDY AT 'HNDALI/S FARM' AT BROUGHTON VALE On, Saturday morning last, Mr. Wil— . liam James King, aged 71 years, was found dead about 150 yards from the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. H. 3. . Couzens, at 'TindaU's Farm,' Brough ton Vale. From the evidence taken at the in quest, it appears that Mr. Couzens, before going to the yard, gave de ceased a cud of tea in his room. Mr. . and Mrs. Couzens then went to do the minting and separating, and on their return to the house for breakfast - asked one of the children if grand dad was up yet. She said that he saw or heard a hawk and went down the paddock to shoot it. No particular notice was taken of his absence for the time being, as he. had often taken the rifle and gone down the gully to shoot rabbits. A little later Mr. Couzens was on his way with the cream to meet the carrier at Jthe road, when he saw deceased lying near a barbed wire fence with the pea rifle lying under the left leg. There was a quantity of blood on the ...

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

FISH SCALES ' {By 'John Dory'). Youth will tell in all spheres; for while some of the old hands were do ing their best to land some of the '' big 'uns on the river last week, young Trev Standen landed some nice jew fish, bream, and ftathead, about fif teen fish in all. Now that the river is clearing in the town radius, there are some good fish being caught on the flats above Seam's Creek, while there are plenty of good size blackfish and bream be ing caught on the reef, the Stuckey boys having had some wonderful catches from this favorite spot. People that go fishing in launches must always remember that more fish can be frightened than caught from this type of boat, as the fishermen — or reputed as such — that went out last Wednesday afternoon can verify, for their catch was nil; but not a hundred yards from them, while they were fishing in Broughton Creek, a fisher man from down that way caught four school jewfish and six bream from the bank on the left-hand side of the creek. Use...

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The Garden MORE ABOUT HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

The. ? Garden j(By Our Special Gardening Expert). MORE ABOUT HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS Delphiniums are outstanding in stances of the value of herbaceous pex-ennials. The tall hybrids have a stately bearing, and produce enormous spikes of bloom that dart skywards, and give a general uplift that is most pleasing — more particularly where too many other plants of uniform height have created a suspicion of flatness, ?or where a colorful background is de sired. The intermediate varieties, Belladonna (skv blue) and Bellamosa (royal blue) are of more branching liabit, and grow only to an average lieight of about four feet. Blue But terfly delphiniums are dwarf and bushy, and bear dark blue flowers. 'Azure Fairy' grows only about 18 inches high, and bears pale blue flowers. All delphiniums like deep rich soil and plenty of lime. They should be treated as annuals in places experiencing hot, humid summers. They flower freely in spring and again in autumn. The perennial sunflowers (Kelian thus) ma...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS THE NOMINATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS THE NOMINATIONS Unusual interest is being manifest ed in the local government elections, which will take place on Saturday,. December 4th. The nominations for the various district Councils are as follows:— NOWRA (9 to be elected).— A. T. Aldous, C. J. Bennett, R. H. Benney, hen. Gilbert, W. E. Helns, Reuben King. J. A. Leatheam, J. McDonald, F. M. Morison, P. O'Keefe, C. H. Oke, A. T Ruprecht, Dr. F. P. Ryan, J. O. D. Stewart. Dr. R. W. Thompson, J. E. R. Watts, P. S. West. BERRY (Berry Ward): A. W. Boyd, j J Couzcns. H. Kcllett, A. J. Wit chard. Hay Ward: P. Chit-tick, J. Grimes. A. J. Hodges. P. W. Herne, E. Read, R. L. Shepherd. Broughton Ward: R. B. Crozier, G. W. Holz hauser, T. A. Strong (elected). BROUGHTON VALE (6 to be elect ed). ? W. A. Boyd, A. Hauton, A. J. Wells. J. A. Schrieber, J. Devitt, P. C. Abbott i the retiring aldermen), J. A. Clark, D. Pctrie. CLYDE SHIRE.—-A' Riding: V. Carey, W. H. Moffitt, R. W. Coiling wood. 'B' Riding: W. Brownett, W. G...

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SALARY OR HOLIDAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

SALARY OR HOLIDAYS At the Berry Council meeting, on. Wednesday, a letter was read from Mr. A. Gillam, assistant Clerk, in which he pointed out that he was due for five weeks' holidays— two 'from last year. In view of pressure of work in the office, however, he asked that he be given two weeks' salary in. neu or last year's holidays. The Clerk said Mr. Gillam was en titled to the holidays asked for. Aid. Witchard thought if the assist ant Clerk was entitled to the fort night he should take the holiday. Seeing that the Council was within £13 of the limit of overdraft, he did not think they could afford to pay the amount. He moved that the as sistant be granted a fortnight's holi day. Aid. Kellett seconded. He thought it was advisable that the staff should take their holidays when they were due, the idea being that they were necessary for health reasons. The Mayor said if the assistant went off it would be .necessary to put some one in -his place. Mr. Craig -Towri Clerk) said the elect...

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

RIFLE SHOOTING u ? The Nowra riflemen held their regu lar shoot on Nowra range at 500 yards on Saturday last. Eleven were mus tered on the mound, and some good scores were registered. A light cross wind was blowing, but caused very, little inconvenience to the shooters. Ten shots and two sighters were fired. Scores and handicaps were as follows:. 1st Stage. C. Penlston ? 48 2 50 H. Wills ? 47 3 50 W.- Tomkins ? 47 4 50 J. Peniston ? 46 3 49 C. Vost ? ? 46 rZ 49 W. Allen ? 46 2 48 W. Benney ? 45 3 48 B. Moore ? 43 4 AT D. Vosfc ? 39 8 47 J. Buchan ? 43 3* 46 2nd Stage (off the rifle). W. Allen ? 49 W. Tomkins .... ? 48 H. Wills .... ? ? .... 46 B. Moore ? ? 45 M. Stutchbury ..„ .... .... ? 37, i Several of the local shooters intend 1 to participate in matches at Klama rifle range on Saturday next, 27th in stant, when prize money totalling £150 will toe distributed. Printed and published by Jsi, Cecil Rauch and Ray Raubh, at their Regis tered Oflace, 38 Junction St., Nowra. Phone 41.<...

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

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

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