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

CRICKET SPLASHES (By 'French Cut'). Pyree's strategy in winning the toss and putting Numbaa in on Saturday last may have been alright if they could take catches. Toby Bice was missed first ball, and 3 times before he reached 20, which will probably be too big a handicap. . L. Stubbs, who is in the combined team for .Country Week, took part in. Country Week last year, coming down witn a wortn uoast team. Noel Martin, another Albion Park player, came to that district as a good footballer, and incidentally represent ed the South Coast. His record this year as a cricketer has been outstand ing at Albion Park. If all the players for Country Week are as keen and as proud of their selection as the manager (Mr. Cyril Dent), the side will give a good ac count of themselves. All Saints have returned to the win ning way, and are in an excellent position regarding wet weather next Saturday. Pyree colts Bruce Leaney and Basil Bryce, as openers, put up an excellent performance on Saturday against...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HUGHES—HITCHCOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

HUGHES— HITCHCOCK All Saints' Church of England, Now ra, was prettily decorated with pinfc roses and November lilies on Saturday evening for the wedding of Daphne, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.: T. Hitchcock, of Bomaderry, and Leo John, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hughes, of Woilongong. The cere mony was performed by the Rev. Alan. Begbie. A princess gown of white crepe satin, cut with a train, was chosen by the bride, and was worn with a wreath of orange blossoms and an embroider- ? ed tulle veil (kindly loaned by Mrs. Cecil Hitchcock). She carried a sheaf of November lilies, and was given away by her father. The bridesmaid, Miss Emmie Tur- ; ner, wore a frock of green floral : georgette, with a tulle veil held in v place by a silver halo. Her posy was of fuschia tonings. Mr. V. Hitchcock s- was best than. ; L v^' l!i A reception was held at Lurcbek's, ? 9 where Mrs. Hughes received Tithe 4j guests. She wore a frock of hayy^ahd ;i white, and carried a- posy ojf :tt$& roses....

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BUILDING SOCIETY £30,000 LOAN OFFERED [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

BUILDING SOCIETY £30,000 LOAN OFFERED At a meeting of the directors of the board of the recently established Shoalhaven Co-operative Building So ciety, at the office of the secretary, Mr. H. Herd, last Thursday, a letter was received from the Bank of New South Wales, intimating that the bank would be prepared to lend £30,000 to the Society. uonoraons or tne loan were that advances to members would only be 1 made for new buildings in which the ! member intended to live, and that the - ' area within which the Society would ! operate would he confined to Nowra and Bomaderry. While it was realised at the meet ing that the operations of the Society would be restricted because of the conditions, it was felt that there would he difficulty in getting a loan from any other source, and that in the circumstances it would be in the best interests of the members to ac cept the loan. It was declared that if better facilities for borrowing were offered later, as promised by the Gov ernment through...

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

MUNICIPAL NOTICES I MUNICIPALITY OF SOUTH I SHOALHAVEN TRIENNIAL ELECTIONS ___— __ ? i NINE ALDERMEN— 1937. - |N pursuance of the powers conferred upon me under the Local Govern- . snent Act, 1919-36. and the Ordinances made thereunder, I hereby publicly notify that I have this day, FRIDAY, '?? the 19th November, 1937, duly nomi- : nated the following persons (who are I to the best of my knowledge and be- j lief duly qualified under the Act, and j ?whose, Nomination Papers are valid) j to be candidates for the office of Al dermen' of the Municipality of South i Shoalhaven : — BENNET, Charles John. BICE, Clarence Mervyn. BOYD, Daniel Virtue. EMERY, Norman Stanley. MORISON, William Cuthbert. RYAN, Edward Morgan. RYAN. William. WATTS. John. WATTS, William. There being no more than a suffi cient number of Candidates proposed (namely NINE), I hereby declare the abovcmentioned, Charles John BEN- . NETT, Clarence Mervyn BICE, Daniel j Virtue BOYD, Norman Stanley ( EMERY, William Cuthbert M...

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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

^ Westinghoese ^ KITCHEN-PROVED ? Refrigerator ifp^oS ?? ? 4 YEARS GUARANTEE \ ''^^$wS&$i i! H The Guarantee tnat proves the - ™^^^^^H ^ H ) confidence of WESTINGHOUSE in - ' ^^^^^R IbI the emclencv of these 'Kitchen- 1 J^-j^afe^ — |H| Proved' Refrigerators. All over the S p^^M^% v| ym world- wherever electricity is avail- / 3— —JiM3 H able' WESTINGHOUSE Refrigera-) ^*^^SSii22j3 !h ^°rs carry on ... unceasing, un- / ^^^gs^ H attended, under the most varying c '?^' \ : | ^^^^^* C^ma*ic conditions, and any model s { 1 ' i ; : I j^H can be Purcnased with the positive S I ^ WKa assurance of continued efficiency % ^^^^ i !_ %mM and economical dperation. p EGAN'S Sports & Radio j %& Berry Street, Nowra ' Sg Haavara Marks Benevolent and certain other remittances, at a snb- fitantinl saving in exchange, may be made through ' the Bank of New South Wales to Jewish rclutives and friends in Germany by utilising Haavara Marks - Jewish Support Marks). Utilisation of Haavar...

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NOWRA GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

NOWRA GOLF CLUB Saturday's 18-hole stroke competi tion resulted in another win for K. Forrester, who returned a net n. J ?Eastburn and R. Hopkins were next on the list with 75's. The Sunday competition was aban The competition for next Saturday will be a Stapleford par handicap, and for Sunday a, distance handicap. Dur ing the 'off' season, when the fields are small, there will be no draw for starting times and markets.

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

NOTES (By 'Niblick'). Those portions of the fairways that have been mown are showing nice and green, and from a player's point of view, are greatly improved. As stated in these notes last week, it is the in tention of the committee to go over the whole of the playing area with the horse-drawn machine, and to follow jt up at a later date with the rotary mower. nrmsiriwjit.inn is beine eiven to the question of cultivating the first and , second fairways this season. The idea is quite good, and the result would be that the new season would be opened with the whole of the course culti vated and sown with fine couch grass. The only drawback would be that the course would be closed for a couple of months, over the holiday season, and ten players would have to travel to Port Kembla for the White Horse Cup matches on Sunday week. No deci , sion has definitely been made, and the ?writer is assured that the President, Mr. Morris, would be pleased to have expressions of opinion on the pro pose...

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COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION The annual meeting of the Cpuntry Women's Association, on Tuesday, 7th December, will haye as a guest of honor Mrs. Johnston, President of the South Coast Group. A special af ter- iioon tea will be provided by the metn -ers, and Mrs. Horgan uml hold iier usual American stall, on which all articles will t-e donated by the mem bers. A large attendance is expected, and all intending members will be ? welcome. . __ - -.^_-»

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

BOMADERRY NEWS A snecial meeting of the executive of the Bomaderry P. and C. Agoel* tinn \vis held in the school hall on Wednesday night last. Mr W Scott nresided After some discussion on ?hf mauer, it was decided to purchase tl e Christmas gift books for the i chUd- ron locally. The selection of same wal left to the teachers. Arrange mnits were made for the children s ?ancy dreS ball to be held on 16lh December. A five hundred caVd tournament was held in the school hall on Satur day night last In aid of the book fund - of the P and C. Association. Quite I a number attended, and the players enjoved a good game. Mrs. Ingrain and Mrs. Bourne tied for the prize. * * * * The first meeting of the Bomaderry Junior Farmers' Advisory Committee was held in the school hall on Friday night last, Mr. Scott presided. Mr. Chalmers explained the objects of the committee. The following office bearers were elected: President, Mr. H Edwards; vice-presidents, Messrs. j ' R. Shepherd and R. L. Shepherd...

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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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PYREE LITERARY INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

PYREE LITERARY INSTITUTE ? Although the euchre party and dance in aid of the institute on Tues day night of. last week had extra stout opposition by way of a big local play at Nowra, and an ambulance function at Meroo, the committee are highly, delighted at the popularity of their institute when such a big crowd were in attendance to make the func tion a most enjoyable one. Patrons were present from all parts of the dis trict. Mr. A. Tetiey was In extra good form, supplying music to meet the demands of the dancing fraternity. Euchre prizes were won by Mr. u. Todhunter and Mrs. C. 3. Bennett. The novelty dance, was won by Mr. K. Pred 'la&'ttiiF&f: Smith - The functlod will be repeated on Tuesday night next, 30th instant. l

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

Consideration and adoption of the estimates for 1938 will be the first and most momentous task that will face the newly-elected Councils after the fateful 4th of December. Upon the outlook of the aldermen as regards these estimates will largely depend the success or failure of the Councils' operations during the coming year. For many years it was the practice of the Nowra aldermen to pursue a cheese-paring policy with regard to expenditure, cutting down the esti mated expenditure to the lowest pos sible penny, in the belief that such a procedure was sound finance. Possibly that course had the effect of allowing the rates to be reduced to a minimum, but it also spelt stagnation for the municipality. That was in the days of the restricted franchise. The adop tion of universal suffrage was respon sible for a new era in local govern ment. The old order was changed, but the ruination that was so freely forecasted did not eventuate. In stead, aldermen elected under the ex tended franchise...

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

CHAPMAN— McKANE The marriage of Mavis Merle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. McKane, of Nowra, and Ernest Robert, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, of East Hills, was celebrated quietly at All Saints' Church of England, Nowra, on Saturday morning by the Rev. Alan Begbie. Thfi V»rS/^o --Vincp a now KI110 shpor georgette frock relieved with clusters ? of gold beads, with hat to tone, and carried a posy of gold roses, made from wood pulp by Miss Iris Rankin. Miss Violet McKane, wearing an ensemble of navy and white, and car rying a sheaf of gold and cream gladioli, attended her sister as brt4es maid. Mr. Tom Moore {Terara) acted as best man. ?''?? '.'''?'. ' After the ceremony Mrs. McKane entertained a few relatives \at her home hi Plunkett-street, where a beautiful two-tiered cake, made by Mrs. W. Wheeler, was cut. Mr. and Mrs. Chapman left later for their future home at Wollongong.

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WEDDINGS DAVIS—GOODGER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

WEDDINGS DAVIS— GOODGER A guard of honor was formed by the Comrades of the Methodist Church, Berry, on Saturday, for the wedding of one of their members. The bride, Miss Minnie Goodger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Goodger, of Berry, ,was daintily gown ed in silver lace over white satin. Her veil of embroidered -tulle was arranged ' over a coronet of orange blossoms, and she carried a sheaf of November lilies. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. 4 Davis, of Jasper's Brush. The bridesmaid, Miss Daisy Ken nedy (Nowra), cousin of trie bride, wore a princess gown of apricot mata lasse with a shoulder veil of cut tulle, and carried a sheaf of gladioli of the same shade.' Mr. Don Skinner was best man. The Rev. Mr. Arthur, assisted by Rev. Mr. Green, of Goulburn, per formed the ceremony. During the signing of the register Mrs. Arthur rendered 'They Say.' A reception was held in the school hall, where Mrs. Goodger, wearing a. frock of figured moracain, received a large number of guests. She c...

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THE WHITE COAT BRIGADE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

THE WHITE COAT BRIGADE ? n — — j Although several months have pass Etfifae first lot of questions (of which fhefg are three sets) to procure an gg~ Ton Decker 18th, lor «m V** eIho$fSt all Players and A ' *?. -iSs who are desirous ol pass- ; SSft HMSrWman) or - _»*£?*. -^'^eSary) will explain ; driSnfto prospective umpires. . jj

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

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

jq^ N TENNIS CLUB . ™e^al* «^SfaJf^1 Mr. W. C. Batt* %™ jgn Row- ^ dames TIeal and x the secretary -Mr. lands, Brown, ant C CarterL end a team corn It was agreed to - « gents to play a prising 8 ladles anc ,n-| Bay on the ; match with Batem. mei ofthe team i to be selected later. istructed to get The secretary -was ii Glass and Co. in touch -with Bamett \nElng for &n in connection with am » star players exhibitlbn to be glfen b, y of the State. three sigas It was agreed to have if the nigbt made for H*ie advertising i yery pop»' tennis, which Is 'becoming lar just now. , V9/6 w«* Accounts amounting to £\ passed for payment. *. chafl» Mrs. Valentine snflUfe. S ^mittce, . . berlain were electefl to the cox

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

IMMUNISATION After the reading of the health in spector's report at the Berry Council meeting, on Wednesday, wherein two cases of diphtheria were notified, Ald. Henry stated that the Bolong people were anxious that the Council should take steps to carry out the immunisa-   tion scheme formulated by the Board of Health. He moved— 'That the Clerk be instructed to write to the Board of Health, asking that steps be taken to carry out the scheme within the municipality.' The Mayor said the question of im munisation had been before the Council some time ago, but the people had not, shown much interest. Ald. Holzhauser seconded the mo tion, remarking that the move was a wise one, which should have been in troduced twelve months ago. The motion was supported by Ald. Couzens and Kellett, who said that, before the days of anti-toxin, he re membered a whole family being wiped out by diphtheria. In his opinion the scheme should be made compulsory.     &...

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