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

HUSKISSON (From Our Own Correspondent). The Younger Set of Huskisson are getting along fine wilh the children's playground and picnic area on the re serve near the hotel. Two swings and a see-saw' have already been erected, and horizontal bars, trapeze, rings, etc.. are to follow. The money for these is being raised in various wavs — socials, euchre parties, and dona tions. Plans are under way for the first dance of the season in aid of the above, which will be held in the School of Arts. Huskisson, on Satur day, October 16th. rit Ur tk A A meeting of ratepayers was held on Wednesday, 29th September, in the School of Arts, to consider the bor rowing of a sum of money for local works. No decision was reached. An other meeting is to be held next week, the date to be fixed later. * * * * A few days ago Goldsmith Bros, had a splendid haul of jewflsh, numbering 95, the average being about 351b each. They were netted near the Hole in the Wall, and had to be landed on a reef. They were too...

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

1 Roxy Theatre I I TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY. & THURSDAY. 6 & 7 OCT.- I X They are together again for the first time since 'Love is 3| ¥ News,' and all the guns in Spain can't quell their reckless # |- ardor! |- I LORETTA YOUNG, DON AMECHE IN | I 'LOVE UNDER FIRE' I ? With Borraa Mlnevitch and His Gang, Frances Drake, |- S Walter Called, John Carradinc, Stg Rumatm. S I ADDITIONAL ATTRACTION 1 X Kocheile Hudson, Brian Donlevy, Barton MscLane, Robert $ J- Kent, Harry Carey, Pauline Moore, in -| I 'BORN RECKLESS' | I FRIDAY & SATURDAY, 8 & 9 OCT. — 1 I CLARKE GABLE, JEAN HARLOWE IN . I I 'SARATOGA' f ASSOCIATE ATTRACTION I JEAN ARTHUR, EDWARD ARNOLD, RAY MILLAND IN I 'EASY LIVING' I Supporting Featurettes: 'POPEYE' in 'CAN YOU TAKE 1 IT.' Also OUR GANG in 'RUSHIN1 BALLET.' | At the Mat. Saturday, also Pri. Night at 8 p.m., CHAPTER 3 % of the Serial, 'THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK MERRI- | | -WELL.' | I MONDAY ONLY, 11 OCT. — I % Warren William, Mady Correll, Kitty Cl...

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JASPER'S BRUSH [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

JASPER'S BRUSH There was a- capacity house at the Jasper's Brush hall on the occasion of a farewell social and presentation to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Alexander prior to their departure for Albion Park. The chairman, Mr. K. J. Taylor, in. introducing the business, read an. apology from the Mayor, Aid. T. A. Strong, who was unavoidably absent in the city, and also from Messrs. Bryce and Campbell, who were unable to be present, and said that although Jasper's Brush was en fete on occa sions such as this, it was not because they were pleased to lose their citi zens, especially when they were of the type of the Alexander family. He then introduced Mr. Strong; their nearest neighbor, who spoke at some length on the good qualities of their guests, referring to the loss he personally would sustain in losing such good neighbors. He mentioned that they were representatives of two fine old pioneering families, the Hyams and Alexanders. He was sup ported by Aid. W. HolzhauSer, who re ferred to his ...

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AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXV. ATter parting with the new hand, 'Adams,' and in blissful ignorance that the man was his father, MarK ?was driven home by his wite. He glanced at Maggie frequently as she sat at the wheel, skilfully steering' ] the little car through the traffic oi i Penny Bank. The time had come ?when he could no longer delay intro ducing her to his mother, for Alice lAnton. on his last, visit, had asked ?why Mark cuci not i-qkc ma wuf w aet her He cursed Oldroyd for having mentioned his marriage to his mother, but the damage was done, and there was nothing for it but to take Mag gie into his confidence to a certain extent. Dinner that night passed as usual. in formal discussions of the day's business at the mill. then, when Mag gie retired to the drawing-room, Mark contrary to his usual custom, followed her immediately, leaving Caleb light ing one of his inevitable strong cigars. 'I have something I wish to speak to you about. Maggie.' he began. * 'How wonderful!' sh...

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

1 fii*e I roilQi€er$ l^o-operothe iefrifoeB&ing Society B-iHeaifed Sells on consignment all farm and dairy a produce. \ Poultry — Fruit and Vegetables — Whatever ? it is, send it to the P.D.S. Prompt account f? sales and every attention to your consign- P ! i ment. m L THE PREMIER CO-OPERATIVE HOUSE & 'Tei. QUAY & VALENTINE STREETS, SYDNEY 0 M4681 Jjl EINANCING TRAD E i fire u tf ft cut t fie. We r tit The Itnnk of New South VhIos KxprritMirpd officers of the ISnnk jsmvicle* the most complete fncili- are prepared, ut fill times, to ml- ? ties for financing trade within vise on exchange problems. Australia and between Australia and all other parts of the world. The Itnuk has over 800 branches ; Remittances are made by mail or in Aiihtriiln^ia, two branchei) in ; cable, credits are established in J^nndon. nnd over 2,500 hjiohIh '? nil parts of the world, forward and eoVrcepondcnlft throughout | exchange contracts arc arranged. the world. \to^^^I 235A.I937 jtiSf...

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

i I Don't Keep Suits, j \ I Sell Them! $ ' \ -2 At PAT McGUIRE'S you have a choice of over 100 READY-TO- ; K WEAR TAILOR MADE SUITS at prices that defy competition. The ; pj colors, too, should satisfy the most exacting tastes; and whether you | $ wear size 3 or size 9, you can be 'suited' at the Bargain Shop. Re- j t* member, these are unclaimed TAILOR MADE SUITS and will fit you i ►*- when perhaps stock sizes would not. And you can try one or a I '?: dozen on without any obligation to buy. PRICES TO SUIT ALL | I* POCKETS ? 29/6, 39/6, 45/-, 49/6. 57/6. 65/-, 70/-. ] £ HATS TO MATCH YOUR SUIT cost you 6/11, 7/0, 10/6, or 12/0. I !? Also an excellent range of Shirts, Ties, Sox, etc., etc. s K AND MEN'S SHOES- ? In Black or Tan, Genuine Calf at 8/11 I ;v; 9/11, 12/6, 14/6, are sure place-ge.ters. j & MEN'S SPORTS WEAR.— Smart Grey Sergerette Sports Trousers, i $ all sizes. 12/6, 14/6, 16/6. Sports Coats and Blazers, 10/6. 12/11, 14/11, ; ?; 16/11. Men's Sandals, black or brow...

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SPECIAL "NEWS" FEATURE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

SPECIAX 'NEWS' FEATURE On the front page of this issue ap pears an article from the pen of 'Freelance,' a journalist who has had a long experience as a writer, and who will, by special arrangement,, contribute weekly articles to this journal on a wide variety of subjects. We desire to express our grateful thanks to 'Freelance' for the first of his series, which we feel sure will find, a responsive echo from- many readers. Messrs. Walsh and Monaghan re port the sale of farm at Meroo, in the estate of the late Mrs. Ann Fitzgerald, to Mr. John Morschel, at £10 per acre. Kiama A, and H. Association is giv ing prizes for the best two acres of improved pastures laid down prior to January, 1935, and for the best two acres of improved pastures laid down since January, 1935.

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BERRY FIRST-AID CLASS PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 6 October 1937

berry First-aid class PRESENTATION OF CERTIFICATES A social evening was held in the Methodist Church Hall, Berry, lasv week, for the purpose of presenting first-aid certificates gained at a re cent examination under the auspices of the Methodist Young People's So ciety. Games were indulged in for part of the night, when Mr. L. Davis called upon Superintendent Dalton to pre sent the certificates. Superintendent Dalton stated that it gave him great pleasure to be pre sent that night, as it was the first official class to be held in Berry under the St. John Ambulance Association. He congratulated the members of the class on the manner in which they had passed the examination, and hoped that the knowledge they had gained would at some time be the means of perhaps saving someone's life. Mr. Dalton said that during the past year over 4000 candidates had passed the examination for first-aia certificates in the State of N.S.W. Continuing, Mr. Dalton said that an other very gratifying featur...

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

_ KANGAROO VALLEY ! (From Our Own Correspondent). On Saturday night, September 25th, ?Mr. and Mrs. Templeton, of the K.V. Public School, were tendered a pub lic farewell. Mr. Templeton, who has been teaching at the K.V. school for the past 18 months, is retiring from the service after completing 43 years teaching. Mr. D. A. Nelson, President of the K.V. Parents and Citizens' Association, presided, and the following assisted in the musical programme: Kanga roo Valley public school children, Wilma Cox, Junior Red Cross girls. Mrs. Geo. Jarrett, Mrs. Bert Cox, Mrs. Livesay, Miss Hazel Schadel, and Mr. Glen Williams. Mr. Nelson, at the conclusion of the musical programme, expressed regret at the departure of Mr. and Mrs. Templeton from the district, but con gratulated Mr. Templeton on his re cord of service to the Department. He wished them health and happiness for many years to come. Mrs. F. Parrish spoke on behalf of the C. of E. Ladies' Guild, and eulo gised the work of Mrs. Templeto...

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

PERSONAL Helen, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calopedls, of Worrlgee street. while on a visit to relatives in Mackay (Q.), was compelled to under go an operation for appendiclts. She is now making splendid progress. # * * » The Rev. F. S. Meyer, of Stanmore. with a warty, was a visitor to Hus kisson during the week-end. * * ? * Sincere sympathy is expressed with the well-known and respected Bis- saker family, of Gerringong. in the passing of Miss Elenor Eileen Bis- saker. who died in the Prince Alfred Hospital. Sydney, last week, after a fortnight's illness. She was the eldest daughter of Mr. Laurie Bissaker and the late Mrs. Madge Bissaker, and, was only 24 years old. * * * * Mr. Gordon Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Cook, of Shoalhaven -street, of the Nowra Council office staff, is; spending his annual holidays in Mel bourne, where his brother Lionel is in the service of the Bank of N.S.W. * * * *   Mr. Wm. Watts, of Numbaa, has been confined to his bed for some d...

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

CAMBEWARRA (From Our Own Correspondent). The junior farmers will soon have everything ready for their entertain- ment, to be held shortly. * * * * The last but one of the most enjoy able socials was held on Saturday night. It has been decided not to hold any more dances this season. * * * * Evison Bros, have made good use of the rotary hoe this season. The paddocks that have been cultivated with the hoe are in wonderful order for sowing, and providing the weather is right some good crops of silage should be seen. The Burrier and Cambewarra cricketers had a most sporting game   at Burrier, resulting in an outright win for Cambewarra. A few catches went begging, especially with some of the river men, but some improvement should be seen as the season becomes warmer.     Camby skipper, Mac Wilson, has a good all-round team, and will be hard to beat; and if Burrier play all their games in the same spirit as this game was played, we hope that Jim Gra...

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DRAW FOR SATURDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

DRAW FOR SATURDAY NEXT Town Courts II. (D. PhipDs and D. Towe in charge). — 1.30, M. Etting- j hausen and D. Phipps v. Rev. Newton and L. Bate; 2.15, Mrs. Valentine and Mrs. Neal v. Mrs. Ison and Miss Chid ley (to finish); 3.0, D. Towe v. G. Williams; 3.45, Miss Cullen and D. Phipps v. Mrs. Batt and P. Brown. Town Courts I. (A. Campbell and G. Mo.Tnt.vrp in fharert-A ? 1 3fl 1ST T.vm bery and N. Watt v. G. Mclntyre and L. Turner; 2.15, Mrs. Reid and Miss Cullen v. Mrs. Batt and Miss D. Sparks; 3.0, Mrs. Caddell and N. Lym bery v. Miss H. Borrowdale and L. Rowlands; 3.45, A. Campbell v. P. Goodger. Methodist Court (C. Bindon and C. Bryce in charge). — 1.30 C. Bindon and M. McKinnon v. C. Bryce and C. Mc Guire; 2.15. Miss Vallis v. Mrs. E. Peel; 3.0, Miss M. Borrowdale, and T. Caddell v. Mrs. Coulson and R. Coul son; 3.45, M. McKinnon v. L. Walker. St. Michael's Court (H. Bate and R. E. Mclntyre ta charge),— 1.30, Misses H. and M. Borrowdale v. Mrs. Coulson and Miss M. McGill; 2.15, R...

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ROXY THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

ROXY THEATRE i 'The Last of Mrs. Chcyncy.' open ing Friday and Saturday at the Roxy Theatre, brings together for the first time the three stars who, singly, have recently contributed to the screen j three of the year's most successful and outstanding- pictures. Joan Craw ford, direct from 'The Gorgeous Hussy'; William Powell, from 'After | tne nun Man ; ttopert. Montgomery, whose 'Piccadilly Jim' still remains one of the high spots of screen enter tainment. To this triple-star cast Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer also has added j an outstanding supporting cast. To Miss Crawford falls the title role of I the lovely American woman in whose j hands gullible English socialities be- \ come easy victims of a plot to trick j them out of a fortune in jewels. The supporting feature is 'Slave Shi?3,' co-starring Warner Baxter and Wallace Beery in a pulsing tale of the slave-trade era. | On Monday night only 'Speed to , Spare' will prove a speedway thriller j charged with laughs and romance, j and feature...

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CROQUET LAWN WANTED [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

CROQUET LAWN WANTED Mesdames F. S. Morton, Hewlett, and Crawford, representing the Croquet Club which formerly used part of the Bowling Club's property, waited on the Nowra Council, on Monday night, in connection with the ? establishment of a croquet lawn on j the showground. Previously they had j attended the meeting of the Advisory Committee. Mrs. Morton explained that the Advisory Committee had agreed to allot a site for a croquet lawn, and asked when the Council would be pre pared to start on its construction? Mr. Gowans said he thought it would be unwise to depart from the main showground work, which it would be better to complete before undertaking anything else. Or per haps the contractor could level an area and leave it to the ladies to pre pare. Mrs. Hewlett asked could not the Council undertake the work of mak ing the lawn? Aid. West asked if provision had been made for tennis courts and a bowling green as well as a croquet lawn? . Mr. Gowans: Not yet. That can be done lat...

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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

TENNIS The Shoalhaven District Associa tion's annual tournament was con tinued on Saturday in doubtful wea ther, rain interfering with play throughout the afternoon, demanding the postponement of several matches, due entirely to the extra growth of grass around the courts promoted by the very favorable growing weather of late. Whilst the Association re i anses uie cusau vantages lor piayers I who are compelled to play on these : courts in such weather, the commit : tee desires the co-operation of such ; players in its desire to complete all \ matches where possible, as a tremen dous number have yet to be set down for play before the tournament is completed. And whilst conditions ! may not be all that can be desired, it ; is just as fair for one as the other. ; It is to be hoped that those clubs whose courts are surrounded with grass at present, can see their way clear to have same cleared right to the netting, which would overcome the difficulties experienced on Satur- 1 day last. R...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

FARM SEEDS LUCERNE: Special seed cleaned by us. High germination. l/6£ per ib, 1001b at 1/6 per lb. JAPANESE MILLET: Plump 1st grade seed. 3d per lb; 22/6 cwt. SUDAN: Grown under Govern ment supervision. 44d per lb; 39/ cwt. Freight extra. Cash with order. Prices quoted subject to sales and market fluctuation, so order promptly. Saccaline, Early Orange Sorghum, Couch, Paspalum, Rhodes and a .full range of other seeds on hand. It will pay you to get our prices. P. L C, SHEPHERD & SON, LTD. Postal Addressi^Bpx-aeoas, GP.O.j j SYDNEY l Can you sleep PB|jl^^jj|i|^J like a top ? Vf | JBllHii^ Sleep— the true food «f the Nervous ' ~'f m^ W^^'^^^^SSkB^ System. The secret of deep refreshing i lyly^M^^^^I^P^- , slumber lies in a regular clearance of 'TV K^s&% '^B^^^^^^^ . poisons from the system. Keep regular — « -; if^'IS^^^^^^^^^^ regular as the dock. Remember your K'r H&-^|f|||l^^^ SShS^^ mBs^^^E flBBB^H ^^^H^flfi ^^BB ^^91 JB^k v^^& j^Hp w ^^BS^B ! T Ei A ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

^,tl|[)llllllllllll[]llllllllllll[ll!llll!IIIIIE)lllllllltlllC]lllllllllllinilllllllllilCC- j THIS WEEK'S RECIPE j s ' 0 a s SHORTBREAD PUSHER I | BISCUITS | 1 (By Mrs. Calcraft). I § I b Beat together 6 (six) ounces of g i icing sugar till white; a pinch of | 5 salt: half a pound of sifted flour. | b Mix thoroughly. Press through 5 g a biscuit forcer on to a tray and | 5 bake till light brown. If mixture | §§ be loo thick, add a well-beaten i g white of egg. | 5 These may be improved by I i joining two together with a suit- g I able filling. .„ § c — — — g j§ In our recipe last week, sup- s a plied by Mrs. Roy Hyam, of Ter~ 1 5 ara, the ingredients for ginger | = beer were given as 50 cups of | 1 raixins. This was obviously an i g error, and should have read '50 | 1 raisins.' The mistake was ours § 5 and not Mrs. Hyam's. We now | i know that 50 cups of raisins | I would have caused quite a lot of g s trouble in otherwise peaceable s g homes. | -:OIUIIIIIIIIItJllllllllll!lt3IIIIIIII...

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POSTAL VOTING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

POSTAL VOTING Electors entitled to vote by post at the forthcoming elections are those who (a) will not on polling day be within the State for which they are enrolled; (b) will not on polling day be within five miles of any polling booth in the State for which they are en rolled; (c) will, on polling day, be travelling under conditions which preclude them from attending a polling booth for which they are en rolled; or (d) are seriously ill or in firm (or in the case of women ap proaching maternity) and by reason thereof, are precluded from attending a polling booth. Forms of application for a Postal Vote Certificate and Postal Ballot paper are obtainable form any Divis ional Returning Officer or^-Electoral Registrar or at any Post Office. An aplication may be made at any time after the 24th September, 1937, (be ing the date of the Writs) and before polling day. Wherever practical the application should be delivered ox sent to the Divisional Returning Offi cer for the Division for wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

»3« # ?C»j»'#T*'.*-.«c»u4;«t»- «..*.-? .*:*Mj* -* -???.* ./«.*? -t* G. P. WALKER I I DRAINER & PLUMBER | ! 29 KING HORN ST., NOWRA § i 'Phone 285. § i - - -5* ' r «* ' W ' V1 ; Estimates Given for Sewerage «jj » Connections. i| ?»?.-?;#?«» ».».-?;*,» ? ? ? » ? ? ???#-*,--».T»3»r»!i»?''' :M!!imi!iiit:!iiii!iimH3ii!iiiiiimtjimiiii!iM3miiiiii!:iw I Cricketers !! \ YOUR SUCCESS DEPENDS ON YOUR EQUIPMENT I ! — ., ? . ? = ? — I I NOWRA'S SPORTS STORE I ? s ! Presents for your inspection only the very best lines in materials for I ! the game. i I BATS SELECTED BY STAN M^CABE j I The World's Best*AM-Rounder,i iat Prices :-tot-£uit -©aeri ^and Every I 1 Pocket: Also Balls, Gloves, Pads, Score Books, etc., etc. [ I Clubs Specially Catered For. , f I Tesimis Players I j I* Your Needs are Not Forgotten. f I L.. J. Peel I I KINGHORN ST. (NEXT HARRISON'S). 'PHONE 302. I ? , 1 ?lucJimiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiiiiMioiiiiiHiiiicjiiiim Take Notice I THIS MEANS YOU I * ? I I That the sooner yo...

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TEACHERS' FEDERATION NOWRA-BERRY BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 13 October 1937

TEACHERS' FEDERATION NOWRA-BERRY BRANCH The last meeting of the Nowra Berry branch of the Teachers' Fed eration, presided over by Mr. W. J. Mulholland, was held in the Inter mediate High School, Nowra, and was well attended. It was decided to hold an exhibi tion of school work in Nowra on a date to be fixed, after discussion wif.i the Shoalhaven committee of hte 150th anniversary celebrations, and I Messrs. Mulholland, Carter, Pears, Caslmir, and Miss Byrne were ap pointed to make preliminary ar rangements. It was also decided to co-operate with the same committee in arrang ing a children's day for Friday, 11th March. A non-competitive exhibit of schoo: work to be staged at the next Berry show. Mr .L. Pears concluded his address on the teaching of manual work. At; the previous meeting the teaching ol wood-work was dealt with, and the concluding address covered the re quirements of the syllabus in card board work. Excellent models illus trated the work in both sections, and the inter...

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