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

CYCLING (By 'Arrow'). Another bright sunny day made last Sunday's outing a real pleasure for the members of the Shoalhaven Touring Club, under the leadership of popular captain 'Johnnie' Jones. Leaving Brown's cycle ;shop at 9.50 am, the club started off at a smart pace for Crookhaven Heads. The sandy road made riding a twohand ed job. Some very spectacular 'side slips,' 'broadsides,' and 'nose dives' were in evidence. Ted Selman was in his element (we examined his seat later but found no glue). However, two of the party came to grief near the Heads, and a badly bent wheel was the result. The Heads were reached at 11.10 a.m. Some of the 'early birds' raided the local shop, and there was a grave scarcity of soft drinks. However, a bucket of tea saved the situation, and was greatly enjoyed by all. When the 'inner man' had been satisfied, swimming was the order of the day. The surf was not the best, but it was very 'wet.' After a walk to the lighthouse and a spot of mountaineering, a r...

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

|§SSS£SSS£SSSSSSS£S£SSSSSSSSS£S£3£S£S£S£$iSSSSSSSSS£S^ 1 SHIP YOUR GOODS BY S §8 STEAMER §| | ILLAWARRA CO.'S STEAMERS | I LEAVE SYDNEY FOR NOWRA 8 '' | EVERY THURSDAY | Jg Further particulars from Local § |§ - Agent, R, Elyard, 'Phone 5, or |f H . THE §| | ILLAWARRA & SOUTH COAST I I STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD. | |§ ? HEAD. OFFICE: If 88 57 DAY ST., SYDNEY JS. H Postal Address: Box 81 CC, G.P.O. §| g§ Telephone: M4041 (3 Lines). f|

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WAGES TAX REDUCTIONS FROM 1st DECEMBER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

WAGES TAX REDUCTIONS FROM 1st DECEMBER The attention of all employers and employees is drawn to the Special In come and Wages Tax (Management) Amendment Act, 1937, which provides that on and after 1st December, 1937, wages, etc., of £3 per week and under will be exempt from wages tax. In addition reduced weekly .amounts of wages tax will be payable on all wages, etc., between £3 per week and £20 per week. As a further benefit to wage earners, an allowance or rebate of tax will also be made on and after 1st December at the rate of 6d per week for each dependant. Employers will receive by post from the Commissioner of Taxation a print ed table showing the reduced amounts of wages tax payable by those per sons receiving from £3 per week to £20 per week. Employers will auto matically apply the reduced amounts of wages tax to wages paid after the,, close tit the present month, but in order to claim the rebate of tax in respect of dependants, an employee will be required to lodge with his...

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ALD. COUZENS & RATEPAYERS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

ALD. COUZENS & RATEPAYERS ? O ? Quite a mantle of gloom was cast over the township and environs of Bomaderry when a report was widely circulated that Aid. J. Couzens had passed away. However, the report proved to be greatly exaggerated, like a similar report regarding another great man. Had Aid. Couzens heard the various remarks passed when people received the news he would have been surprised. His popular and pleasing personality was loudly prais ed by a ratepayer who was heard to call him this, that, and the* other— with emphasis— the day before! So the not-departed gentleman will know now that recent little spits and spats were sparks of effervescent spirits, and that he is just as popular as ^ver he was.— T.O.F.

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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

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

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Some Yarns About.. Jimmy Tyson — The Millionaire [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

Some Yarns About . . Jimmy Tyson— The Millionaire (BY 'FREELANCE'). 'I have gathered these yarns from afar, in the wind and the rain, In the land where the cattle camps are, on the sunblistered plain; They were told round the camp fires at night, by it matters not who, And as they were told unto me, I will tell them to you.' As the outstanding character in Australia in the squatting industry, the award is generally given to Kid man—the Cattle King— but those who knew Jimmy Tyson are prepared to say that he ran a good second, if he did not actually dead-heat with his rival. The first time I saw Tyson was many years ago, when, as a lad, I was sitting on the verandah of a post office in the 'Back of Beyond,' idling the time away with the postmaster's son. A tall man rode up, and throw ing the reins over his horse's head, .said to the postmaster's son, 'Would you mind holding my horse for a few minutes while I do some business in side? He's a bit restless, but quiet.' We didn't know who...

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

NOWRA COUNCIL I ? O ? ] The last meeting ? of. the present ' Council was held at the Council j Chambers on Monday, November I 22nd, those present being Aid. Ryan I -Mayor), King, Hewlett, Sparks, Lea- J theam, Stewart, West, Aldous, Watts. Reports from Council's officers were received and adopted. Touching on the water, sewerage, and gas inspector's report, AW. West remarked that he had inspected the work being carried out m Kiama by Cement Linings Ltd., and x he recom mended that the incoming Council look into this hygienic and quick method of water delivery. During consideration of the same report, re a complaint received from Horlick's factory that the water sup ply was almost exhausted, Aid. Al dous, in moving that the report by the turncock be considered by the in coming Council, said it was rather late to go into the matter of corrosion of pipes. , ? CORRESPONDENCE From Minister for Defence, intimat ing that Council could not be included hi last grant for aerodrome. — Decided ...

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EARLY HERD TESTING HISTORY MOVEMENT INITIATED IN ILLAWARRA NEARLY THIRTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

EARLY HERD USTING HISTO^ MOVEMENT INITIATED IN ILLA WARRA NEARLY THIRTY YEARS AGO Like most other great movements' for the development of the dairy in dustry of Australia, organised herd testing had its birth in IUawarra (says 'The Primary Producer'). The inspiration in this instance came from Mr. Alex Hay, of Coolan gatta, who, nearly thirty years ago, through the Berry Agricultural So ciety, convened a conference of re presentative dairy farmers of the various centres in Illawarra and Shoalhaven to discuss the testing of dairy cows. The meeting was held at Berry, the proposal being received most enttmsi- ?: astieally by a representative gather ing of delegates from as far north as Wollongong. As a further evidence of his earnestness and publicspirited ness for the cause, Mr. Hay made a generous donation of £100 to help fin ance the movement. At a second meeting the Illawarra Cow-testing Association was formed, on September 2nd, 1908, and rules and regulations adopted. It was agree...

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

CONTRADICTION THE DIRECTORS OF NOWRA MOTORS PTY., LTD., WISH TO PUBLICLY . DENY THE PERSISTENT RUMOURS OF AMALGAMATION WITH ANY 1 GARAGE ORGANISATION IN THE NOWRA DISTRICT. THIS COMPANY IS ENTIRELY INDEPENDENT, AND HAS NO ASSOCIA TION OR. AGREEMENT WITH THE OPPOSITION. OUR SELECTED STAFF OF SPECIALISED EMPLOYEES, NUMBERING TWENTY-FOUR, GUARAN TEE ALL CLIENTS PERSONAL ATTENTION, SATISFACTION, AND EFFI . , v CIENT SERVICE AT ALL TIMES. WE TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF THANKING ALL CLIENTS FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT OVER MANY YEARS TRADING, AND LOOK FORWARD WITH CONFIDENCE TO A CONTINUANCE OF PATRONAGE ???'--??. IN THE FUTURE. For and on Behalf of Nowra Motors Pty., Ltd., Distributors of Ford Products. W. E. HEINS, General Manager. ? ??.'»?

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

TENNIS .*;**&!& — _o ? ' The Shoalhaven District Associa tion's annual tournament was con cluded on Saturday, when five finals were contested. In the final of the Association mix -ed doubles championship, N. Lymbery and Mrs. Caddell easily defeated N. Watt and Miss A. Watt. The scores were 6-3, 6-1. Much interest was centred around this match, and many ?were disappointed in the game. But we must congratulate the winners, both of whom have supported these tournaments for many years. The final of the 'B' grade ladies* doubles championship was won by Misses L. and A. Booth from Mrs. J. Reid and Mrs. W. J. Watt, and the - scores— 5-7, 6-3, 6-4— show that the younger pair did not have things all their own way, and the losers must be - congratulated on their performance against what was considered an out standing pair. This was Miss L. Booth's second win — from two entries — this tournament. In the final of the ladies' singles handicap, H. Borrowdale again added another vi...

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

OFFICIAL CORRESPONDENCE ? u ? Mr. H. J. Bate, M.L.A., forwards us the following letter:— Dear Mr. Bate, — I again refer to your personal representations on be half of the South Coast State Elec toral Conference of the United Aus tralia party (Mr. A. H. Annetts, hon. secretary. Bateman's Bay), respecting the question of subsidising Tourist Bureaux formed by local government joint committees. as you are no aouot aware, jl nave shown my practical interest in the matter by the extensive programme of tourist works which I have under taken during the past eighteen months, either directly or in associa tion with the various Councils throughout the State. At the present time many thousands of pounds are being expended in making existing tourist resorts better known, or in making accessible many beauty spots which are not at present available to the public. The scheme involves the opening cf new tourist roads and the cutting of tracks, and if sufficient interest is shown by the public it is ...

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RIFLE SHOOTING PRIZE MEETING AT KIAMA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

RIFLE SHOOTING PRIZE MEETING AT K I AIM A At the annual prize shoot of the South Coast and Tablelands Rifle Clubs' Union, held at Kiama on Sat urday, the following Nowra riflemen figured in the prize list: — The Bulli -7 shots at 500 yards) : C. Peniston (31), 7/6; B. Moore (31), 7/6. The Helensburgh (7 shots at 600 yards): W. H. Benney (33), 10/-; B. Moore (33), 10/-; J. Buchan (33), 10/-. The Aggregate: W. H. Benney (63), 10/-; B. Moore ^63), 10/-; J. Buchan (63). 10/-. The Jamberoo (8 shots at 600 yards): Charlie Vost (40), £2; J. Buchan (39), 10/-; B. Moore (39), 10/-. The Nowra (8 shots at 700 yards): C. Vost (38), £1. The Dapto Aggregate: Charlie Vost (113), £3; J. Buchan (106), 10/-.

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SESQUI-CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

SESQUI-CENTENARY CELEBRA TIONS Further progress in organisation was made at a meeting of the local committee, held at the Council Cham bers on Thursday night under the chairmanship of Dr. Ryan. In business arising out of the minutes. Mr. Hollands asked if ar rangements for schools' display in cluded the Convent school? Mr. Pears, wno naa oeen inviwju w at tend to discuss school matters and as representative of the Dramatic So ciety, informed the chairman that the mass displays would be the same as the district public school students, to the number of about 600, would give at Wollongong a week before the local celebrations, but that he was sure the Convent school pupils would be wel comed in sports events. Mr. F. Wilson attended by invita tion, representing the Horticultural Society, to confer with the committee regarding a flower show on 11th March. After discussion, all details were left in his hands. A letter was read from the Minister for Education, advising that request for scho...

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

PERSONAL Mr. C. I. Thomas, from Hunter's Hill, has been appointed to the charge of Nowra post office. He entered upon his new duties last week. ♦ * * ? Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Soper, of Cambewarra, on the birth of a daughter. * ? * * The engagement is announced of Miss Kath Laurence and Mr. Ron Phillips Mrs. W. L. Armstrong and Mrs. E. Carter, of Moss Vale, paid a flying visit to Nowra on Wednesday last. n * * ? * Mr. Stoner last week attended the executive meeting of the Dairy Fac tory Managers and Secretaries' Asso ciation, when arrangements were made for the world butter champion ship in connection with the 150th an niversary celebrations, and also for the Australian Dairy Congress. * ♦ * ♦ Henry Peacock, of IUaroo Road, was working on Hughes' road at Burrier when he was struck with a heavy hammer, sustaining lacerations and injury to the right leg. First-aid was rendered by the district ambulance, and he was conveyed to a local hos pital. * a * ♦ At the Brownies' b...

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

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THIRTY YEARS AGO (Rewritten from "Shoalhaven Telegraph," November 27th, 1907). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

THIRTY YEARS AGO (Rewritten from 'Shoalhaven Tele graph,' November 27th, 1907). Nowra cricketers journeyed to Cam bewarra on Wednesday, with the fol lowing result: Cambewarra 86 (A. Emery 17, A. Moffltt 12); Nowra 99 -E. Walsh 28, S. Monaghan 22, F. Ison not out 35). ? ♦ * * ryree visited Tomerong on Wednes day and played an all-day match, winning by 9 wickets. Scores: Tom erong, 1st innings 109 (R. McGuire 59, A. Gregg 18). Pyree, 1st innings 250 (M. Bice 66_ J. Bevan 41, J. Ryan 16, W. Bassan 47, W. Baxter 48). Tom erong, 2nd innings 157 (R. McGuire 36, A. Gregg 21, W. Watt 35, G. Mc Guire 13, J. Watt 12, P. McGuire 12, A. Watt 15). Pyree, 2nd innings, one wicket for 19. ^ ? * * * ?'¥ The Berry-Nowra match was con cluded on Saturday, the latter win ning by 79 runs. Scores: Berry, 1st innings 51. Nowra, 1st innings 236 -J. Graham 23, Rev. Cameron 91, A. W. Fleming 18, W. Jones 13, E. Mison 44, C. Morris riot out 16). Berry, 2nd innings 106 (W. Blow 21, E. Ryan 36, A. Robertson 12, ...

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

Don't worry about what to give. Every Christmas thousands of men and women are worried about what kind of a present they will give their women friends and relatives. Everybody knows how well loved and famous Charmosan cremes and powder are, and how women every where adore them. This Christmas, as usual, Charmo san creme and powder are packed in beautiful presentation gift caskets, each casket being wrapped in cello phane. They are the perfect Christmas present. Each jar or tube of creme and each box of powder in these caskets is full size. Here are details: — No. l 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 face powder and a full sized tube of Creme Charmosan, and costs 3/6 over the counter. No. 3 casket contains a full sized box of Chaiynosan face powder and a full sized jar of Creme Charmosan, and costs 5/- over the counter. How easy and how economical it is, then, to give Charmosan ...

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

r ' Opening of Jervss Bay Agency An agency to the Nowra Branch of the Bank of New 5#th Wales is now OP/?'' The Jervis Bay Agency is open each TUESDAY fron? 1.0 a.m. to 1 1 a.m. ':'; ' . ? ??????. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES 'JSTABtlSHED 1817 ' ' ~\_ ' 845 Branches throughout Australia, New Zealand, the. Pacific Islands and London. ? . ? * ? ? 3ISA.I93? ; \ ' j ©^ C©lVSIGN»fENT I Eve&y'. kind of Farm , and Dairy Produce; j Poultry, Fruit and Vegetables. Prompt j account sales, and every attention to your I individual requirements. J Telegrams: 'Prodisco'. Tel: M 4681, I THE PRODUCERS' CO-OPERATIVE I DISTRIBUTING -» SOCIETY LTD. | # Quay and Valentine Streets, Sydney

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