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

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Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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PREVIOUS MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

PREVIOUS MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS On the eve of the 1937 triennial elections, the results of previous elec tions will doubtless prove of interest ' to many readers. Prom our files we have gathered the following informa tion:— In 1931, there were 19 candidates, and the voting resulted as follows:— Leatheam, J. A ? $05 Hewlett, L. E ? ,. 824 Ryan, P. P ? 772 King, Reuben .. ? , ? \ 704 Rauch, Cecil .;-. ? 664 Roberts, R. ........; ? 619 Watts, j; E. R ? , 602 Aldous, A. T ? 536 Quinn, Jas ? , ? 471 , Stewart, J. D ? 406 Benney, R. H ? „ . 384 West, P. S ? 379 Gallagher, A. J. ? 374 Ruprecht, Alex ? v . 299 Gilbert, Len ? 298 McGHvray, A. ? 269 Smith, D. M ? ... ... 269 McTernan, B. ? ..„ . 135 ' Tobin, P. „.. ... x ? ;.; 123 fr- 1934, there were ten candidates, and the election resulted: ? Leatheam, J. A ? 399 Hewlett, L. E ? 390 Watts, J. E. R. ..;. , ? 384 Ryan, F. P ? 379 Stewart, J. O. D ? 379 Sparks. A. ? ? , 377 Gallagher, A. J ? 375 West, P. S ? 373 Aldous, A. T ? 322 Gilbert, Len. ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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SCHOOL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

SCHOOL NOTES Captain Hallett, organiser of the children's display in connection with the South Coast centenary celebra tions at Wollongong, visited the school last week and inspected the special drill squads which are preparing for the big day. He expressed himself as being pleased with the progress the girls and boys have made in the short time since his last visit. An explana tion of some of the details of the sequences was much appreciated by the staff. The Nowra district certain ly shall be well represented by the children chosen to take part. * ♦ ♦ * At this time of the year, with most of the serious work completed, various social activities fill much of the school I work. The social, speech night, and infants* Xmas tree and cricket matches are being arranged. The lat ter will probably be two in number — one match with the ex-students and one with the parents. Mr. Gordon Cook is arranging the first, and Mr. Basil Emery the second. The dates are not finally decided, but the week...

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

BOMADERRY (Prom Our Own Correspondent). . .At the lastmeeting of the Boma «ferry *ian committee, it was resoVmC m purchase a^aby grand piano at a : cost of £145. The hall Is nearing«om pletion, and a visit was made bf; the Fire Commissioner on Friday last.' Everything was found in order with the exception of one or two minor matters which are to be fixed up at once. Visitors are of opinion that the' hall will be one of the best on the *-ouui coast for dancing purposes; and when it is remembered that the dancing space is equivalent to that of Nowra School of Arts, with a much better floor than the latter, this opinion seems to be correct. * ;♦??' V - Messrs. Thurgate and A. Petrie have worked incessantly to achieve the above results, and to them we take off our hats. * * * * '''.-.? Mr. Routledge, electrician, is in stalling 15 lights, and has generously presented to the hall an outside light with a beautiful shade. Others have made bequests, and these will be dealt with at a future ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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FISHING CLUB SMOKO [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

- FISHING CLUB SMOKO * il!he Nowra-Shoalhaven Amateur Fishing Club had about 70 members at its smoke social last week. After the President had proposed the toast of 'The King,' which was honored in the usual way, Digger Collins gave one of his lively vaudeville turns. Com * infinity singing filled all the gaps in the programme, and was ably con ducted by Wally Faulkner, who, as ever, excelled himself as official pianist. Arch. McKmnon thrilled the company wztn nis artistic renaiuon 01 'Mother Machree.' Proposing the toast of 'The N.S.W. Amateur Fisher men's Association,' Mr. W. Valentine said that it was an honor to belong to such a body, and time would not permit an enumeration of all the ad vantages of affiliation. Mr. W. Sul way responded on behalf of the As sociation. Wally Faulkner read some amusing extracts from letters received by the Pensions Office. Stan Cham berlain was in very fine voice when entertaining the company with song and encore. Digger Collins told some racy sto...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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The Garden PERFUMED NASTURTIUMS PERENNIAL HIBISCUS NEWER MARIGOLDS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

The . . Garden (By Our Special Gardening Expert), j PERFUMED NASTURTIUMS PERENNIAL HIBISCUS NEWER MARIGOLDS Possibly the greatest step forward made for many years in the produc tion of new and improved flowers was that gained by the introduction oi the double flowering' sweetly scented nas turtium named 'Golden Gleam.*' Who would have thought it possible for one of the old type of nasturtiums to be induced to evolve a variety hav ing beautifully formed fragrance.'' Yet in this hardy, free flowering nas turtium we have a variety with these highly desirable characteristics. I grows equally well in sunshine or shade— adapts itself to climbing over a fence or treilis, trailing down the lace of a retaining wall, scampering here and there in rockeries or rough parts of the holding, and in many other ways beautifying our gardens and decorating our homes, and has a fragrance that is almost unbelievable. The seeds are large, just like the ordinary kinds, and are quite as easy to raise. As th...

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

I DO ALL. YOUR SHOPPING 1 I with an . I ^ 1 A.C.O, CASH ORDER \ At the Following LOCAL Siores I !♦; :: Where tHey are as GOOD AS CASH : : | '., | Lances Ltd. City Fashions De-Longchamp's § I J. D. Glass T, Hewlett L. E. Seyffer I | Stewart's O. A. Sullivan P. W. Young § | Lee's Pat Maguire R. Legge . I % Basha's McLaren's Davis & Co. § ?: MOTE— If you require Goods on Credit from the above Firms through g % us, leave your name and address at their office, and our representative I % will call on FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK and attend to your requirements ; I % * ? ? i % or write direct to — I | Room 10, Central Chambers, Crown St., Wollongong. I $ 'The Finn with 20 years reputation for Honesty and Integrity in Cash Order financing.' | . m ..._ ? .._ _ _ ^ _ . ? -. ? - ? . ? ^ ? .^^. ? ^_-__-._J, ? iiipij.i.ii.^.i'* i-iMCia i-iM^np'ianai'iMi !?- itiii i !? i'i* TiiiriirinrTiiritrMriTiiHiritriiriTiarananii'iai i^ii ? in ? » ? i 7

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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NOWRA POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

NOWRA POLICE COURT i At the Nowra Police Court, on Tues- ! day, before Messrs. J. E. Watts and R. ! King, J.'sP., Athol Elliot was charged I that on Tuesday, 16th November, he i stole a bay horse, belonging to Ed- \ ward Ernest Turner. Sergeant Cahill deposed: About 5.15 p.m. on the 16th November Mr. Reuben Turner and Mr. McMillan brought a horse, saddle, and bridle to Iiim He took charge nf thorn, and they had been in his custody ever since. The horse was outside the Court, and the saddle and bridle were before the Court. Arthur William Burns deposed: I am a detective constable, stationed at Wollongong. About 11.30 p.m. on the 16th November, in response to a tele phone message from Sergeant Cahill, in the company of Detective Deben ham, Constable King, of Nowra, Con stable Taylor, of Kiama, and Mr. Hart. I went to a guest house in Ger ringong, and saw defendant in bed. I said, 'I have been informed that a man who answers your description stole a horse from the yard of the Prince of...

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

'VALENTINE'S' I I (LATE BEEHIVE) 1 I For Higher Quality and Lower Prices 1 I Our Stock is Carefully Selected with a view of giving our Cus- I & tomers the utmost value in all Departments, and embraces: — -| | GROCERY, PATENT MEDICINES, TOBACCO, STATIONERY, I I CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ENAMEL, ALUMINIUM AND TIN- $ I WARE, FISHING TACKLE, TENNIS GOODS, PRODUCE, &c. | I We invite inspection of our large and varied Stock. You will be 1 £ surprised at the Values offering. % I Our display of Crockery is very attractive, and as prices are likely f & to advance we would advise making your Smas Selections early; A f | small deposit will secure any article you may fancy. f ^ Odd Cups, 3d each; Cups and S., 4*d ea. Tea Sets, 3/11. Salad $ I Sets, 2/11. Jugs, 6d. Teapots, l/-. Sweets Dishes, 4£d ea. | I You are sure of Courteous Servive and Prompt Delivery at -f- | VALENTINE'S I i 48 KSNOHORN ST., NGWRA i | 'PHONE S3. '' % £- -§- STEP OUT IK COMFORT FREE FROM II corns iiiii ...

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS SOME OF THE CANDIDATES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS^ ? 0 ? SOME OF THE CANDIDATES PAUL O'KEEFPE.— Still in his early twenties, Paul O'Keeffe, who is offer ing for Nowra Council, enjoys the dis tinction of being the youngest can didate in the field. He is a man of progressive ideas, and has already shown h'.s confidence in the district bv the acquisition of considerable' property. One of the leaders of St.] MinVinflVs Literarv and Debating Club. he is a clear and logical reasoner, and the main plank of his platform is the betterment of town streets and foot PaDR.' R. W. THOMPSON.— Though new to civic life, Dr. Thompson Is the t.vne of man with all the qualifications that should make the ideal alderman. Possessed of considerable property in terests, he is a large ratepayer, and naturally may be depended upon to safeguard ratepayers' Interests gen erally. WALTER E. HEINS.— One of Now ra's most progressive citizens, Mr. Heins may, if elected, be depended upon to support the forward policy initiated by the previ...

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OPEN COLUMN (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

OPEN COLUMN ? o ? i (To the Editor). Sir,— Your very fine leading article in last week's issue, urging the Coun cils to be elected next Saturday to refrain from cheeseparing when re viewing their estimates, contains timely and valuable advice. It is the dutv of the electors now to see that they return to office men who will uphold that viewpoint. There are two or three elderly men among the randidates for Nowra itself who op nosed many of the works introduced by the retiring and previous Councils 'hat have proved to be of great eco nomic value to the community— such s the Plat Rock water scheme, elec trification of the municipality, and, in 'act, everything that has made Now 'i go ahead as it has during recent 'ears. If those old fogeys with the cutlook of the Victorian era are put into office again, the people of this district can take what is coming to them. My vote is going to the men of . the retiring Council who have done so much for the town in a common sense way at such a rem...

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND On Sunday night, 21st Nov., in All Saints' Church, Rev. Alan Begbie, preaching at the cricketers' service; which was conducted by members of the All Saints' team, chose 'Why Sun day?' as the subject of his address. His text was taken from Exodus 20:8, 'Remember the Sabbath Day to keep it holy,' and he began by saving that Sunday as a Holy Day had received so many blows of recent years that a few more would utterly destroy Sunday as we have known it in the past. The answer of the individual to the ques tion 'Why Sunday?' is threefold, Mr. Begbie said— the answer of the body, the answer of the mind, and the answer of the spirit. Concerning the first of these, he said that the Sab bath law is bound up with man's physical need, and he can't live 100 per cent, healthy life without It. He congratulated Sir Landon Ronald, the eminent English conductor, for trac ing a breakdown from which he suf fered to the right cause when he is reported to have said, 'I hav...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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FISH SCALES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

FISH SCALES (By 'John Dory'). Harry Caddell has been putting in some solid practice with the line these last few weeks, and was rewarded with a nice jewfish on Thursday night iast. News comes from Currarong that there are some very nice red fish be ing caught out there from' the boats,' ana at the Devil's Gorge, the biggest being up to 16ilb. Bill Bruce made.a quick getaway on Sunday morning, and was seen heading Currarong Ted Hewlett had some bad luck on Saturday night at the Anglers' Club outing, for he lost a very large fish; and if Archie had caught all that he missed, Crick would have had to swim ashore, for there would not have been room enough for him to live down and go to sleep in the boat. The anglers who took their own prawns on the outing on Saturday night seemed to do better than those with the fish bait that was supplied by the club; but good fish bait is all gsnt for catching jewflsh if the tide Ernie Brown and his friends had some good fishing at Wreck Bay the ^ eku?...

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

FISHING CLUB -Ey Publicity Officer). ? The committee of the above club met at Mr. Geo. Facer's saloon on November 24th, the President. Mr. Joe Molony, being in the chair. The fol- i lowing committeemen were present: Messrs. R. Esling (lion, secretary), W. Valentine, D. Hughes, H. J. Laughton, G Facer, W. Sulway, W. D. Lees, J. Campbell, H. Dignam, D. de Mestre. Apologies were read from Mr. A. Stuckey ana Mr. J. MCArtnur. II was decided that the next outing be held at Wreck Bay on Sunday, 5th December, fishing to start at 11.30 a.m.. wcighing-in time 6.30 p.m. Mr. jack Me Arthur was elected captain for the day. All intending competi inrs are requested to notify the secre tary before Thursday, 2nd December; so that adequate transport arrange ments can be made; and as there are only a limited number of boats avail able to the club, first in will be sure of these. There will be three mem bers to each boat, and 'wiugeing' powders have been donated by vice president Hughes for 'Mona' or a...

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

YYlVf iHXY MOTOR BODY BUILDER. '''' PHONE 42, JAJHrJL JtJl \^ \jTJLl.£(^9 trimming, upholstering, duco-spraying. 24 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA high-class work — -expert workmen.

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WEDDING BELLS BRYCE — McGUIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

WEDDING BELLS BRYCE— McGUIRE The Presbyterian Church, Nowra, was chosen by Miss Gladys Jean Mc Guire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter McGuire, of Tomerong, for her marriage with William Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bryce, of Kil larney. The ceremony took place on Saturday last, the Rev. J?H, G. Auld, B.A., officiating. The bride's tailored gown was of george.tte, cut with a train and worn with a large pearl ornament. Her beautiful veil (kindly loaned by Mrs. P. McGuire, of Borna derry) was arranged over a coronet of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of pink carnations and roses tied with satin ribbon. Miss Sarah McGuire attended her sister as bridesmaid, in a frock of pink floral silk' fergusson cloth worn with a corsage of roses, and a large picture hat; She carried a bouquet of lemon roses and gladioli. Little Daphne Spring, of Huskisspn, cousin of the bride, made a lovely train-bearer in an early Victorian frock of pink or gandi, and she carried a small posy ...

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REMINISCENCES JACK AND BILLY BLOW [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

REMINISCENCES ? -o ? (By 'Old-Timer'). JACK AND BILLY BLOW Thirty years ago jshows that Nowra defeated Berry iy :| lor 218 to 51. Probably the result of the match that day did not cause any great surprise, for at that time Nowra had a very powerful team. Graham, Jones, Woodliill, Rev. Cameron, and Mison ?were all in the district team class, whilst, Bprrv wptp RiiflFfirinff from t.hfi recent loss of a good number of their stalwarts — either retiring or being re moved?— all about the same time. Most clubs have their ups and downs, and at this time Berry lost McConachy, Howie, Lovegrove, and Dunlop, all good club men. In the match refer red to W. Blow made 11 and J. Blow 14. Those two, with Teddy Ryan and G. Gillam, plus the super enthusiast Jim Thompson (Berry Jim) were left to carry on. Everyone knows Jack Blow as one of the keenest followers the game of cricket in Shoalhaven has known ; but few playing the game to-day remember when he used to bowl for long spells his off spinner. Ja...

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

I LEADING LADIES' HAIRDRESSERS 82 Junction Street, Nowra THONE 279. INTRODUCING OUR VERY LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR PERMANENT WAVING. We have seven different methods to choose from, including our EUGENE COMBINATION, with Deep Waves and Ringlets, which lie close and shapely to your head. We have a XMAS SPECIAL to offer to you in our REALISTIC NON-SETTING WONDER WAVE, which we have reduced for Xmas month only, ,. ' Let STUCKEY'S advise you on what method is suitable for the texture of your hair. You can depend on Stuckey's for the very best. We have increased our staff and enlarged our premises. Book early for your Xmas Perm. Try us for your next Hair Cut and Re-Set, done in any fancy style yovi like to choose from. CALL FOR FREE BOOKLET ? H. STUOKEY ? S«SS2SS88888S888SSSSS8SS888888888SSS^^ ?* - ? SS I BrI' H ' ^ ' M FULLY FASHIONED : | I 111111 :' ^ wMl '^e 9reatest hos'ery va'ue offered | i Inrai ' ^ i Jhk ^or years# Each Circle stocking | I Sralilli ^9 ^as '*s own sPec'a' co'o|Jr circle....

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

I THIS WEEK'S RECIPE | :| XMAS CAKE § §1 (By Mrs. J. Ellison). § t§ lib butter. « §§ lib seeded raisins. s fs lib currants. jg Is J,lb almonds. » ?-J l wine glass sherry. g t% 1 dessertspoon spice. g 'd lib eggs. ? £5 fi lib brown sugar. J£ S lib sultanas. , a i? Alb crystallised cherries. g ts 2 ozs. mixed candied peel. is J| 1 wine glass brandy, d io 1 dessertspoon carb. soda. g fl 4 heaped cups plain flour. S I* Mix butter and sugar, add eggs U ?g one at a time, also adding a little S ?3 sifted flour; add carb, soda, dis- a % solved in a little boiling milk or '4 ?I water. When all the flour is js 5S mixed in add sherry, brandy, and is » spice, and last the fruit. Bake in jg S a paper lined tin in a slow oven g It for about 5 hours. *t

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

PEOPLE SAY That the next Fishing Club outing will take place on Sunday next, That the location will be Wreck Bay — the anglers' Mecca. That Jack McArthur will be in charge of operations. That as only a limited number of boats are available, the conditions will be 'first in get's ,'em'— so hand your name in to Secretary Esling at once. That Saturday next will be munici pal' and shire election day. That all electors should record their votes, as on the result of their choice will depend the policy to be adopted during the next three years. That still a wide difference of opinion exists as to whether the show ground will be ready for the 1938 ex hibition. That most people who inspect the area join up with the 'noes.' That Cupid has been playing havoc around the district during the past week. That six weddings in as many days is something of a record for Nowra. That there is an epidemic of gastric 'flu throughout the district. That in some cases whole families have been affected. That g...

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