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

Men say ... 'What will I buy the womenfolk for Xmas?' It's a great thing to buy Xmas presents wisely . . . that is, get some thing that will appeal ... get it with quality and get it at the right price. The world - famous Charmosan cremes and powder in their gorgeous . Christmas gift caskets possess all these qualifications, for they are the favourites of women everywhere. Make your present-giving a pleasure and get a thrill out of it by giving the womenfolk in your family and among your relatives and friends Charmosan Gift Caskets this Christmas. Watch their eyes sparkle when they see what you have given them, and receive their delighted thanks . . . it's just great when you give the right thing. And these gorgeous caskets are 'just right' ; . : you have the choice -df six colours iri each size, and each one is cellophane wrapped. No. 1 casket contains a full sized . box of Charmosan face powder and costs 2/6 over the counter. No. 2 casket contains a full sized box of Charmosan fac...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"THE CHILD'S HEALTH" IMPORTANCE OF DIET [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

'THE CHILD'S HEALTH' IMPORTANCE OF DIET 'Special attention should be paid to the diet of children if their health is to be preserved,' says the principal medical officer of the Education De partment (Dr. A. E. Machin), in a valuable contribution to this year's Health Week booklet, of which copies may be obtained from the Health De partment. The child needs: For body build ing and repair, 1st class protein. Meat, eggs, milk, fish. Protective foods— Milk, containing 1st class protein; calcium (lime), bone' and teeth building; fat; vitamins valuable amounts. Vegetables for minerals, vitamin C, vitamin A. Fruit for minerals, vitamin C, Fish oUs for vitamins A and D. Cereals (whole-meal) for vitamin B. Fish contains iodine, and for this and other reasons is a valuable food. In the absence of fish, iodised table salt should be used. A satisfactory vitamin supply can be ensured by including a generous supply of milk and other dairy pro ducts, fresh fruit and vegetables, and -wholemeal brea...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOWRA BABY HEALTH CENTRE PROGRESS REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

NOWRA BABY HEALTH CENTRE PROGRESS REPORT The following particulars relating to the work of the abovementioned Baby Health Centre during the past month havie been kindly furnished by the Director. General of Public Health (Dr. E. Sydney Morris), and will, no doubt, prove of interest to our readers:— Mothers Visited by Sister. — Of new born babies, 2; subsequent and mis cellaneous visits, 34; total visits, 36. Work at Centre. — New cases en rolled at Centre, 14; babies weighed, 278; test meals given, 16; expectant mothers advised, 19. . Attendance at Centre. — Infants — under 1 year, 206; under 2 years, 70; under 3 years, 13; total attendances (including mothers without babies), 326; daily average attendance at Centre, 24.1. '

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

AUNT MARYSi BAKING POWDfir^^^^^—^ COULD'NT STAND TERRIBLE PAIN 'I suffered terrible pnjn Avith rheumatism, to turn s-' stand -on my feet 'made jne scream,' * Ale* Mrs. M. Whiting. Warlalda , Railway, N.S.W, 'Thank goodness for ? R.U.R. 1 was * hospital case, but I am , feeling * lot better »)nce X started on it.' R.U.R. Rheumatic Remedy is aold with money-back guarantee certificate by 1 VAIiENTINE'iS & .;3B&WiaETT'S PHARMACY, NOWRA ASK FOB FREE BOOKLET .,

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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SCHOOL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

SCHOOL NOTES The intermediate certificate exami nation is now well under way, more than half the subjects being com pleted. The papers as a whole have been fairly reasonable, not bringing forth too many comments on unfair ness. Twenty-four candidates from the Intermediate High School, two from Good Samaritan Convent, and one private study makes up the twenty-seven who are facing the ex aminers. * * * * The High School girls completed their Inter-House tennis matches on Wednesday last. Mass House (H. Bor rowdale, G. Shepherd, M. Walker, N. Patterson, and E. Adlington) were the winners, with 16 points. Other scores .were: Hume, 12 points; Oxley and Sturt, 10 points. The outstanding performance in boys' sport last week was the scoring of 100 not out/ by Noel Henry. This young player has been performing very well both in school and grade cricket this season. He represents in Berry 1st grade team. ♦ * ? ? We note with much pleasure the following names and scores in recent district cricke...

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

iTHE MUTUAL LIFE & OTIZENsi I ASSURANCE CO., LTD, § f (Assets Exceed £25,000,000). $ x Nowra Representative: . ¥ $ Hiflf ' O W%' 1 ? -f- x lnAi*ir \ n snlnn I I lfici v. o» ivd.niiin § % 'Phone 261. S ?,??'??... % Ordinary, X. '??',, % Probate, '¥?'''? I f Endowment, x: 1 Business Partnership, ¥ |- Industrial, J- i Accident Insurances Effected S ™ I 15 WEST STREET, NOWRA J I IT'S i^lQ^^f^^^l^ | Many and varied ai^Jbhefac- hr tors that go into the making*of £' V S & successful snapshot— but the | h?e if first essential iscthat ^ouiloafli &?&*?' | with WOto^mUfc^ - ;^MMMy? ' ' §§? want !- .w ;.-.- -wnateye^fi^^r^'^v ^ g camera you usev . . whethfer you $ h*, I there's &-|Codakmiitti»W^Sa^ ^ ? gl*e$tc suited to ^^^S)p»a^4^a^|!^;^ ? ; * purpose. ?;??.':??'' :/' ::'?- ' ?'?:' . 'j?:' /^'''JS^C-* '? ||p^i^^i^^alcfl!^:*e^pi^ pf§H

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

MARRIOT & OLIVER SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS & NOTARY PUBLIC (Commissioners for Affidavits). JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA ?A'liniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiomimtiioniH 5 H I ^ffeA&T4 BASKA'S | I / f. j I J^^Jo please her, \^^ W ♦KeJ^iepi^i^^sf'' *$&K 1 j {. ? * ? ^jjinid clearest Hosier^'MIR^^Sul^'V Yw?* I I \ W '*fisfe'us5ve Silken. ^^t^aifwill delightf/ \ ^®^ i | \ ' \A^V ^'so !B^U*S'^ **y'f ? «f*PyJBn'!?* ^n-^ Nights. ' SS/yt I I \ and GLOVES— a puch desired accessory, £lr^ m -??????-. ???? *? .'??'/? ??'?.?-?. ; -?? .-:''? - --1' ?v;:,v/-' ?:?-.- '??? ??-'-?-:':? :--'^: y-yry-f?^yM''y:y^*f?-i'^{-y

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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JERVIS BAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

Mm bay ? ' (From Our Own Correspondent). When Lord and Lads' Wakehurst 'visited the Shoalhaven district and Jervls Bay some few months ago, Lady WafcShttrst expressed her intention to again visit Jervis Bay. She has kept her word, and has been the guest of | ? Miss Izard at Canberra House. Lady Wakehurst's visit was quite informal and unheralded. She was accom panied by her daughter, Hon. Henri etta Loder, and Miss MacLean, of Aragour, Argyll, ocouanu. wiwi me weather perfect and the ships of the squadron in the Bay, our Governor's gracious lady was favored with Jervis Bay at its best. * * * * On Saturday afternoon the oval was the centre of attraction, as there was a very interesting cricket match be tween teams from the cruisers. A crowd quite as large as would be seen at some metropolitan grade games gathered, and were rewarded by see ing some very good play by the navy lads, who we somehow didn't connect with such things as cricket. * * * * f AH sport was not on shore, however, ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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FISHING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

FISHING tUJB r -By Publicity Officer). The fifth official outing of the Pish ing Club was held at Greenwell Point, on Sunday last, there being a record attendance of thirtv-eight members. Payne and Kelly's bus had all the members at the Point for an early start. The captain of the day, Mr. Bill liees, was soon at work, and had all thfe members away on time. Condi tions 4kb the commencement of the day were ideal, but about 11 o'clock a strong southerly commenced to make conditions unfavorable for those nsnermeii in wie caiiai, uui uuierwi&e the day was ideal, as was indicated toy the complexion of most of the fishermen in the bus on the way home. The services of the horse doc tor with his bottle of 'sunburn cure' ?were much appreciated. In all there were over a hundred fish caught. Mr. Dave de Mestre ran out the win ner on the day's flshinc, with eight nice bream and a jewfish weighing 7ilb. Good fishing, Dave! Keep it up !? The captain had the biggest fish, a jewfish weighin...

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

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

KANGAROO VALtEY (From Our Own Correspondent), A very successful euchre party was held at Barrengarry on Friday night in aid of the Barrengarry P. and C. funds. The Winners were — Ladies, Mrs. Cullen and Mrs. G. Jarrett (divided); gents, Mr. Percy Ghitttck. Keen interest is centred in these parties, and a special; prize is being given for greatest aggregate numbet of games over a period of six months, the final being staged at the next party. The induction of Rev. Stanley Howard to the parish of Kangaroo Valley will take place at the Church, of the Good Shepherd on Thursday (to-morrow) evening, at 7.30 p,m.. One of the most pleasant function? held in the history of St. James' Church, Pitt Town, took place in the old school hall at that centre on . Thursday evening of last week (says ' the Windsor and Richmond 'Gazette), when a large and representative gathering of parishioners assembled to say farewell after a pleasant asso ciation of nearly 13 years with their, rector, Rev. Stanley ...

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DRAW FOR SATURDAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

DRAW FOE SATURDAY Town Courts I— 1.30, final 'A' X.D.C., N. Lymbery and Mrs. Caddell v. N. Watt and A. Watt; 2.15, final X.D.H., R. E. and Mrs. Mclntyre -rec. 15) v. W. J. Watt and Mrs. Reid (0 £ 30); 3.0, final L.S.H., Mrs. Caddell (O 40) v. H. Borrowdale (0 J 60); 3.45, final 'B' L.D.C.. Misses L. and A. Booth v. Mrs. W. J. Watt and Mrs. Reid. Town Courts II.— 1.30, final L.D.H., Miss H. and M. Borrowdale (0 £ 40) v. Mrs. and P. Anderson (rec. 15). S. Towe and T. Caddell in charge of both courts.

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RESULTS OF SATURDAY'S PLAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

RESULTS OF SATURDAY'S PLAY 'A' Reserve.— Final L.S.C,, Miss E. Cullen beat Mrs. J. Campbell, 6-4, 6-4. Final L.D.C., Mrs, J. Miller and Miss J. Newton beat Mrs. Coulson and G. Warden, 9-7, 6-4. 'B' Grade.— Final X.D.C., T. Walker and Miss L. Booth beat T. Caddell aid M. Borrowdale, 6-3, 6-4. Handicaps.— Final Men's singles, A. Lamond (rec. 15) beat N. Lymbery (0 70), 4-6, 6-2, 6-3. Ladies' singles. Mrs. Caddell (0 40) beat Mrs. Allan. (0 40), 6-1, 6-0.. Mixed doubles, R. E. and Mrs. Mclntyre (rec. 15) beat C. E. Watt and E. Egan (0 i 30), 6-1, 6-4; W. J. Watt and Mrs. Reid (0 i 30) beat T. and Mrs. Caddell (0 £ 40), 5-6, 6-3. 6-4; R. E. and Mrs. Mclntyre (rec. 15- beat P. Brown and Mrs. Batt (0 -!)„ 6-3, 6-3.

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

TENNIS The Shoalhaven District Tennis As sociation's annual tournament is drawing to a close. Last Saturday four more finals were played, leaving only five more to complete the tourna ment. The 'A1' Reserve ladies' singles championship was won by Miss E. uuueil, U-1*, o-t, Hum mio. o, v/u.iujj bell, who put up a good fight, but found in Miss Cullen a player defi nitely outstanding in this grade: and this win. coupled with that of the mixed doubles with D. Phipps, cer tainly earns for her a place in a higher grade in future Association tournaments. Congratulations, Miss Cullen, on your line performance in this, your first year with us. In the final of the 'B' grade mixed doubles championship, T. Walker and Miss L. Booth proved too good for T. Caddell and Miss M. Borrowdale, as the .scores show— 6-3, 0-4. Although the losers played .fairly good tennis, they were no match for Tommy and his partner, to whom we extend our heartiest congratulations, being their first win in these tourname...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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A FINE BOOST DISTRICT PHOTOGRAPHED [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

A FINE $OOST DISTRICT PHOTOGRAPHED What must be considered as a 'scoop' was achieved by Mr. D. W. Harrison, the tourist and development director, when he managed to secure t the services of a 'Sydney Morning Herald' photographer for a fortnight to take pictures of his tourist zone. For two weeks the pair motored over the district and secured some won derful pictures, which should provide fine publicity material in the columns of that paper and the 'Sydney Mail.' By courtesy of General Air Trans- ! port, through Mr. N. Littlejohn, the photographer and his sponsor flew over the district from end to end last Sunday, and also secured some fine aerial views. While in the district the photo grapher was the guest of Mr. W. Wat son (Prince of Wale$_ Hotel),. Mr., T. Cox (Links House, TTervis Bay), and Mr. Alf Clancy (Star Hotel, Milton), who willingly co-operated with :the tourist director to secure this excel lent publicity.

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MUSICAL & DRAMATIC SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

MUSICAL & DRAMATIC SOCIETY After many years Nowra again boasts a Musical and Dramatic So ciety. The new organisation, Judging by its initial effort, which took place on Tuesday night last, gives great promise, some of those taking part revealing outstanding ability. Three short comedies were produced, the tui i/uiii-iaLisci. umug i-iie winner, in which the parts were taken by Mr. C. Breen, Mr. A. Morison, Miss Eileen Chalmers, and Mr. Jeff Stone. 'Grains of Truth,' the second piece, was more difficult, and in this Mr. Ted Hodgkin son, Mr, L. E. Hewlett, Miss Rae Basha, Mr. Eric Ball, and Miss Freda Aiken had the parts. Mr. Hewlett, with a long experience of amateur theatri cals, made a great hit as the family butler. His conception of the require ments of the part and his obsequious concern for the family reputation were masterly. Miss Rae Basha's charming stage appearance, combined with her well known histrionic ability, at once established her with the audi ence. This youn...

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

' HUSKISSON (From Our Own Correspondent). A meeting of ratepayers was held in the School of Arts to select candi dates for the municipal election. It decided to nominate Messrs. F. O'Brien and E. Lynch, in the hopes that the two candidates are returned, thereby giving the township a better representation in the Council. ? ? ?'??????*? ? ' * It must have been very gratifying to Mr. Ward and Mr. Settree when they saw their labor finalised as the trawler they had just completed glided so gracefully into the water after it had been christened by Mrs. Ward, sen. ?? There was a good crowd to witness the ceremony considering the early hour at which it was launched. * . ? * ? The local Red Cross Society held' a euchre party at the residence of Mrs. Pittaway on Thursday last, proceeds to assist in raising the quota for this district.

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

PERSONAL - Davts' Xmas Slippers are here. In spect now,* In a report of a Methodist flower show and sale of work at Inverell, the 'Argus' says: One or two unique entries on this occasion demand spe cial mention. One was in the class for a woman over 60 years of ase, where Mrs. Georgeson, who is 90, ex- ' hibited a perfectly-knitted (on steel ! needles) man's cardigan, thereby win ning the first orize, which was very well merited. This lady also won the prize for pair of best knitted men's socks, and a second prize in the Ken- j oral wool competition class. (Mrs. Georgeson is the mother of Mrs. G. Borrowdale). * * ? * Much sympathy will be felt by friends and members of the Scout and Cub fraternity for Mrs. Mansfield, who suffered bereavement recently, by the death of her father, Rev. George Carter, of Blacktown. * * * * Mrs. Fergusson, wife of Judge Per gusson, well known in local Presby- i terian circles, died at Lane Cove last ; week. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Harrison are re cei...

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

COMPETITION TABLE The following is the position of the B grade teams at the finish of the 6th match of the first round:— Cambe- warra,. 51; Pyree, 43; Tomerong, 37; Kangaroo Valley, 36; Wandandian, 26; ' Burrier, 23; Meroo, 19; Nowra Metho dist, 18; Berry, 13. The following is the draw for next Saturday's B grade games, owing to the alteration of the last four matches:— Kangaroo Valley v. Bur rier; Meroo v. Berry; Cambewarra v. Methodist; Tomerong v. Pyree; Wan dandian, bye. ?

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

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