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APPRECIATION OF THE NEW "NEWS" [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 24 November 1937

APPRECIATION OF THE NEW 'NEWS'   ----O----                   In a letter enclosing a year's sub scription to the 'Shoalhaven news,' a reader from a neighboring centre says :— 'Enclosed please find 10/- for subscription in advance to your paper for 12 months, and to wish you suc cess in starting out as the proprietors of the journal which had been so suc cessfully and honorably carried on by your father. And I am sure if you continue the paper on the same lines as the issues that you have already sent out, you will be sure of success. And I wish to congratulate you on the style and standard of your paper since you commenced, and the abilities you have put Into it by, the articles and the readable matter it contains.' the Governor being unable to ac cept the Berry Agricultural Soctety's invitation to open the 1838 show, the   ceremony will be p...

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

BOMADERRY PARK -----0----     At Berry Council meeting, on Wed nesday, the Mayor (Ald, Strong) asked what was the intention of the Council with regard to providing a park at Bomaderry? Were they go ing to the expense of investigating the draining of the Bolong swamp? Or would they drop that suggestion, and arrive at some decision as to pur chasing the area offered by Mr. Mc- Donald? The Bomaderry meeting had left it to the Council to do what was considered best for all concerned, and Mr. McDonald was anxious to have an answer with regard to his land. The aldermen had no idea, of the cost of the swamp proposal, of which it would be necessary to engage an engineer to give an estimate: but they knew the cost of acquiring Mc Donald's land. Ald. Witchard was of opinion that   Council could not entertain the swamp proposal. There was not suf ficient population in the area to be served, seeing that those people would have to finance the undertak ing. ...

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ROXY THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

ROXY THEATRE ? n ? ; ? One of the knottiest problems of technicolor photography has been makeuo for the actors. Each new technicolor picture has shown im provement, but the greatest advance is to be seen in ''Walter Wanger's Vogues of 1933;' which comes to the Boxy Theatre to-night and tomor row night. For this picture an en tirely new makeup has been devised, and it is so lovely that it Is predicted that it will have a revolutionary effect on the women of the world. Experts .prophesy that women will start to subdue the tones of their makeup. Fay Bainter, who essays the role of a motiern bridge-playing mother in Paramount's 'Make Way for Tomor row,' the story of modern American family life which comes to the Roxy Theatre next Monday and Tuesday, is . a stage actress of long standing. She was born in Los Angeles, where her family owned the famous Signal Hill. They sold the hill without realising the fortune in oil which lay under it, and which netted millions to its pre sent owners —...

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CAMBEWARRA SHIRE COUNCIL CANDIDATES' ADDRESSES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

CAMBEWARRA SHIRE COUNCIL CANDIDATES' ADDRESSES On Wednesday night, November 24th, two of the candidates for shire honors in A Riding, in the persons of Messrs. J. J. Butler, sen., and H. O. Cox, met a large number of Barren garry residents at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Lidbetter, with Mr. F. Parrish as chairman, and placed be fore them iri brief addresses their policy if elected to the Shire Council. On Friday night, 26th, a similar meetr ing was held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. Armstrong, of Brogher's Creek, with Mr. E. J. Condon as chair man. And on Saturday night, No vember 27th, a meeting at Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sharman's, Kangaroo River, with Mr. A. Parrish as chairman. On each occasion there was a particularly good attendance, indicating apprecia tion of the. idea of convening meetings of this kind for the consideration of civic policy. Similar meetings are to be held at Bendeela and Kangaroo Valley. In the course of his address, Mr. Butler wanted it clearly understoo...

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PHYSICAL CULTURE AND GYMNASIUM DISPLAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

PHYSICAL CULTURE AND GYMNASIUM DISPLAY ? o ? At All Saints' Parish Hall, on Tues day night last, a very successful phy sical culture and gymnasium disnlnv and concert was arranged by the boys of the All Saints' Younp Men's Cub. The girls of the Nowra Physical Cul ture Class, under the direction of Miss J. Harte, very generously sup plied four items on the programme. — the skating dance, the reindeer n^nce. cne gomwog uance, ana rnytn mic movements and tableaux, all in costume, which was a most effective contrast to the more masculine exer cises given by the young men. The Young Men's Club supplied a number of physical exercises, gave a display of work on the Homaii niiga, as well as a spectacular display on the parallel bars, finishing the pro gramme with a pyramid in which ten of the boys took part. The musical side of the programme was supplied by Miss Elsie Binns. who generously saxig on both sides of the programme: a 'vocal- «*?'»* ~«'«- ?? *t w«v. .T. H. G. Auld and the Rev. Ai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

BERNALIEISE BREAD Pure Appetising Easy to Digest Delicious The Richest Parts of the Wheat for Energy. The finest Extract of Malt for Digestibility and Extra Nourishment. Obtainable only from West's Nowra Bakery BERRY STREET Phone 98. .'?-??' '?????' .. ? ? - \ . ^^^^S without 0 HE complaint ! llSfilfl&filP Dura|»'e. the prepared paint without- a peer, is ^USMI^JI equally good in all temperatures and climates. Far @gggg^ra||g&&ffl out west it will stand the blazing sun, while right on IHiHWi^^^K^ f fr 'lf *'r has no effech No more can be ?? TOJ^M ?sked.of a'Y P^int. In 29 colours. Most reasonable mffi^j^W imm^^m m.Prlce- Buy your tin to-day — don't gamble in Pf|l§|iMB ESgjjiHffl& paint — invest in Duralene Prepared Paint. A. L. Mcfiinnon* Kinghcrn Street, Nowra A Sells on consignment all farm and dairy % ^ ?-. produce. ' '? ? ?. Poultry— Fruit and Vegetables—Whatever? 9 it is, send it to the P.D.S. Prompt account w 0 sales and every attention to your c...

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CRICKET COMPETITION TABLE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

CRICKET ? O ? COMPETITION TABLE A Grade.— Numbaa, 42; AU Saints, 33; Pyree, 31; Wandandian, 31; Now ra, 27; Berry, 26; Bomaderry. 14.

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NOTABLE VISITORS FROM SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

NOTABLE VISITORS FROM SYDNEY ►Selected from the musirnl depart ment of the Young Australia League, forty boys ranging in nse from 9 to 15 years will leave Sydney on Decem ber 16th on a tour embracing 30 towns of the South and Riverina of N.S.W. This tour has been organised by the N.S.W. division of the 'Young Australia League. If we were asked to describe the League in the briefest possible way we might say: 'Tho Leacrue makes better Australians.' No private pro fit is derived from any of its activi ties. Its ranks are open to boys with out any distinction. It is not' a com mercial body. Tours are carried out. under two principles— 'Fellowship, and Educa tion by Travel' They represent only ?ne of the activities of the League, which seeks to provide opportunities to develop the mrnv-sided possibili ties of the average Australian boy. Boys ozi this tour ars not from a Home. All boys live at their own homes and belong to the Y.A.L. Club m Sydney, just as any adult would belong to his c...

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NUMBAA v. PYREE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

NUMBAA v. PYREE A stiff north-east breeze was again the order of the day when McBride and Leaney faced the bowling of Evi son and Bice. In the first over from the former, with an addition of only one to the score, McBride's middle .stump was knocked back. McAndrew inincd Leanev. who had a lucky escape when he snicked a ball through the slips; but his downfall came in the same over from Evison when a good length ball took his leg stump. Pyree, with three wickets down for nine, were in a desperate position when McDonnell joined McAndrew, who was I settling down to play solid ci-icket. ' Bice, after bowling four overs for seven runs, was relieved by Miller. McDonnell, although lucky at times, was hitting the ball hard, and with Charlie playing a fighting innings, bowling changes had to be brought :ibout. Fraser took the place of Evi .son. whose eight overs had cost only nine runs and collected two valuable wickets. He was certainly on the spot. Just after the fifty came on the board, M...

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AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER XXX. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

AT CROSS PURPOSES CHAPTER ,XXX. (Continued). I* . 'But how could he have made that Drill, Uncle Caleb, since he is still alive —I mean, how could it have been pre sumed that he was dead when that strange will that made me marry Mark was read? How, being the down and-out he is, could he have left that twenty thousand pounds to Mark, on condition that he married me?' Caleb smiled quietly. 'He never made it, Maggie, I forged it!' he whispered. 'Forged it?' she gasped, her face blanching. 'Not a serious crime, I hope, my dear. I believed that Linton must nave died, and so I manufactured and produced that will, having it posted from Australia to my solicitor, Sharpe, through an agent there.' 'And the twenty thousand pounds it left to Mark?' 'Was mine, dear — and, therefore, yours.' Maggie gasped a little. 'You forged a will, leaving Mark twenty thousand pounds of our money ? ' 'Provided that he should marry you,' Caleb said, taking her hand in his. 'It was necessary to put that marriage ...

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TOMERONG [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

TOMERONG (From Our Own Correspondent). On Saturday night last Mrs. Bar ham, better known as 'Granny' Bar ham, was entertained by her relatives and friends in the local hall, the oc casion being Granny's 90th birthday. Mr. Lackersteen (Chairman) said the occasion arose through the rela tives of Mrs. Barham making it known that not only was Granny to be entertained, but also that all friends were welcome to come along, and he felt sure the Barham families must be pleased to see the hall filled to overflowing. He asked all to accept an apology from Mr. Jas. Watt, sen., who through a recent indisposition wps unable to be present. He then asked Mr. H. Watt to carry out a musical programme, which was as follows: Pianoforte duet, Misses C. McGuire and E. Gould; solo, Miss M. Wright son; recitation, Miss Enid Watt; solo, Mrs. H. Watt; pianoforte solo, Miss Joyce Watt*, solo. Miss M. McGuire; recitation. Miss Daphne Thomason; old song, Messrs. H. and J. Watt, Mrs. H. Watt, and Misses M. McGu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

I BOYS and YOUTHS Are Not Forgotten! I I HERE'S SOME OUTSTANDING BARGAINS IN | 8 COOL SUMMER TOGS | ij STEWART'S offer these in all confidence, knowing that in the 11 I* hot weather cool, comfortable clothes are essential. if s* t it $ MESH SHIRTS, all Colors, Half Sleeves ? 3/9 ?| | WHITE BEMBERG SHIRTS, Set Collars ? 3/11 | Jj SLUB LINEN SHIRTS, Set Collars ? 4/11 % i| CREAM POPLIN DE LUXE SPORT SHIRTS ? 3/6 % fcj CHECK CAMBRIC SHIRTS, Ideal for Everyday ? 2/6 % ;j KHAKI SHIRTS, Good English Shirting ? 3/11 & jj WHITE BEMBERG RANGER SHIRTS & BLOUSES ? 3/6 | $ DARK CAMBRIC RANGER BLOUSES, Fast Colors ? 1/11 k § KHAKI RANGER SUITS. Shirts have Open Neck ? 4/11 § jjjj KHAKI & WHITE DRILL SHORTS ? i .... 2/11, 3/3 § gj FINE COTTON ATHLETIC SINGLETS ? 1/-, 1/3, 1/6 r| ti COTTON SWIMMING COSTUMES ? 1/6 to 2/11 | 8 SWIMMING TRUNKS, All Wool, Asstd. Colors ? 5/6 ?| *; LT. WEIGHT FAWN WOOL & SILK 3 SOCKS ? 1/11 & p LT. WEIGHT GREY CASHMERE 3 SOCKS ? ...

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BOWLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

BOWLING NOTES (By 'Wrong Bias'). Nowra Bowling Club continues to forge steadily ahead. Great interest in the well-being of the club is taken by all members, and fresh adherents to the grand old game are constantly coming forward. It is always pleas ant to welcome new members on the green. Those who are fortunate enough to be able to play during cue week have been pleased to have the company of the Rev. Mr. Newton, who has been rolling them with great ardor. Now we have two new mem bers in the persons of the new post master, Mr. C. I. Thomas, and the manager of the Commercial Bank, Mr. R. Hopkins. The former has been secretary of the Hunter's Hill Bowling Club, and we feel delighted that Jack Johnston's successor should also be a 'wielder of the wood.' As regards the banker, Ralph, as he is known to his associates, is recognised as a good sport, and his genial personality will be a distinct asset to our club. Three rinks were occupied on the green on Saturday last. Mark Mor ton as sk...

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NATURE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

.? NATURE NOTES | ? n ... ? (Contributed). /'.,'' The time-machine on which! ?-' last week, we so successfully journeyed a. hundred million years into the past, to examine the swamps of the Permo Carboniferous era, and to watch the transformation of their dense forests of strange fern-like plants' into coal, has now been oiled and fuelled, and is ready for another visit. This time we land at a period a few million years subsequent to our first visit. There are still extensive low-lying . ? swampy areas, with similar primitive jungle. But we find that the long period of gradual sinking of' the coun try has, in places, caused cracking and disturbance of the underlying strata. No doubt earthquakes have been rather frequent and severe. But also there have been spectacular out breaks of volcanic activity. The huge deposits of igneous rocks in the Ula warra district, at Kiama, and on, Cambewarra indicate that volcanoes were very active and destructive. Al most certainly this volcanic acti...

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FAREWELL TO MR. N. L. HACKMAN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

FAREWELL TO MR. N. L. HACKMAN Mr. N. L. Hackman, for some years one of Berry's foremost citizens, who has left the district, was farewelled by residents on Friday of last week. There was a large and representative attendance, and aulogistic speeches were made by the Mayor, Aid. T, A. Strong (who presided), Mr. T. R. Thompson (P.P. Union), Aid. H. Kel lett (Milk Suppliers' Association), Aid. J. W. Henry, Aid. J. J. Couzens, Mr. A. E. Craig (Town Clerk), Mr. H. J. Taylor, Mr. R. Williams, Mr. H. E. Cook, Mi*. A. Thompson, Mr. C. H. Wisehart, and the Hon. A. N. Binks, M.L.C. me Mayor made a presentation to the guest, on behalf of his many friends and the citizens of Berry, of a beautiful silver coffee service. Mr. Hackman feelingly acknow ledged the kind remarks of the vari ous speakers, and expressed his thanks for the beautiful gift, which, he said, was particularly pleasing to him as he could hand it over to his wife, who had stood loyally behind him throughout his public activities...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

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OVER-EXPANSION DANGER WILL PROSPERITY LAST? [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

OVER-EXPANSION DANGER WILL PROSPERITY LAST? Australia's recovery during the last Tew years has now reached an ad vanced stage. Prom the trough of depression industry and trade have developed to such a degree that the word 'prosperity' best describes the present position. Seasonal conditions are generally good; prices of our ex ports are still satisfactory, despite some recent falls. These favorable conditions, however, contain seeds of danger if business expansion is allowed to get out of hand as a result of over-optimism. This point is raised by the President, Sir Thomas Buckland, in his speech at the general meeting of the Bank of New Soiith Wales, who stressed the difficulties that may arise through business men holding exaggerated estimates of future profits. WHAT CAUSES PESSIMISM Expansion ni plant and in new buildings, he said, is undertaken to meet a demand ? for finished goods which either fail to come up to ex pectations or proves to be short-lived. When this occurs, the op...

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SCOUTS' HALL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

SCOUTS' HALL ? n ? A special meeting of the Group Scout Committee was held at the Council Chambers, Nowra, on Wed nesday night last, to further consider the question of building a Scouts' hall. There were present — Dr. Ryan (in the chair), Messrs. F. Moorhouse, P. Monaghan (lion, secretary), R. Oke, E. Monaghan, C. Brown, A. Sparkes, Mesdames Langford, Sparkes, Simms, Chamberlain, Moorhouse, Calcraft. ; waiKer, jtieuener, ana u. «.aucn. | Some time ago the Scout movement acquired a block of land in Osborne- | street as a site for the proposed hall, I but this was claimed by many of those interested to be unsuitable. Mr. Sparkes said that the commit tee appointed for the purpose were unanimously of opinion that this area was, not suitable for the purpose. Be sides being too close to a thickly popu lated area, the question of drainage would also provide a problem. Per sonally he favored selling this land, and erecting a log cabin on a site at the corner of Jervis and Shoalhaven street...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

COULD NOT REST, EAT OR SLEEP. NOW CURED OF LUMBAGO. 'Lumbago made every movement agony, and I could neither rest, eat, nor sleep,' writes Mr. S. M. Clarke, 590 George Street, Sydney. 'When 1 tried R.U.R. the pain gradually left inc. Now 1 am absolutely cured.' R.U.K. Rheumnlic Remedy is sold with money-back guarantee ccrtilicalr by VALENTINE'S & HEWLETT'S PHARMACY, NOWRA ASK FOR FREE BOOKLET NOTE THE ADDRESS 33 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA JACK SAWYERS Wishes to notify the Genera} Public that Supplies of COAL are available at his Yard. Following are the prices delivered to yout home: — 3/- per 1 cwt. 21/- per ?. Ton 38/6 per 1 Ton PHONE 253 FOR QUICK DELIVERY h Now is your opportunity to buy a Good Used Car f. | HARRISON'S GARAGE 1 §J can help you — Come nd Inspect p § 1 ESSEX 1928 TOURER:— Good Or-k-r and Condition. Registered. | SS 1 MORRIS COWLElf.— Square Radiator, Good Order and Condition. fj gg 1 RUGBY 1924.— Good Mechanical Condition. Cheap. °i §S 1 WHIPPET 96.— Coach, Engine ...

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