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ARE YOU A PERFECT LADY? [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

ARE YOU A PERFECT LADY? If you have any misgivings, follow the advice of Mrs. Forace Farquhar son, of London, a recognised expert on all points of etiquette and social be- i haviour. Here is what she says: [ Don't try to be 'refained' or stick your little finger out when holding a cup of tea. rvm't h'p tr»n pffusive and erand. Be simple and natural. Don't claim friendship with swagger people who are only passing acquaint ances. Don't adopt a bored pose. Posing is definitely unladylike. Above all, don't ever talk about an other woman as a 'real lady.' Always speak quietly, no matter how great the desire to shout. Be a good listener. Cultivate self-confidence— remem- ber that people are always more con cerned with creating a good impres sion themselves than in watching to see what sort of an impression you are creating. If untoward incidents occur, laugh them off. Long after the incident is forgotten, the way you handled it will be remembered. Learn to walk, sit, and stand well. This ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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KANGAROO VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

KANGAROO VALLEY ? — -— - o-^ — - (Prom Our Own Correspondent), A very successful working bee was held at the showground, andconsid erable improvements were effected. More space is being provided in the building, and better facilities for the display of exhibits. Patrons of next show will see a marked improvement in the general appearance and utility of the buildings. For the convenience of livestock exhibitors, a 'loading stage' has been provided at the bot tom of the showground. Special ef forts are being directed to the 1938 celebration show. ? * * * A very successful euchre party was held at Kangaroo Valley in aid of the K. V. Parents and Citizens' Associa tion. It is hoped that these functions will popularise the Association, and that keener interest and increased membership may result. The prize winners were — Ladies, Miss Dot Gard ner; gents, Mr. Arthur Nelson. * * * IK On Thursday evening the induction of the Rev. Stanley Howard, M.A., took place in the Church of the Good She...

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

I Ktalker&Son I I DRAINERS & PLUMBERS I * I 29 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA | % \ 'Phone 285. S % Estimates Oiven for Sewerage % - % ^ ^ Connections. x

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

SCHOOL SPORT ? Q ? Bomaderry school cricketers played Nowra primary school on Thursday afternoon last. Bomaderry won by 16 runs. ' Scores: — BOMADERRY.— 1st Innings. W. Jorgenson, run out ? 3 J. Webber, b K. Buchan ? 8 M. Roulstone, c Clarke, b Alister 11 O. Jones, b Alister ? . .. 0 M. Stocker, c K. Buchan, b Ken Buchan ? ?. ? 0 E. Davidson, c D. Ratcliff, b Ken Buchan ? ? .. 5 G. Parrish, b Alister ? 0 J. McGrath, b Alister ? 13 M. Cole, b Ken Buchan ? 3 R. Jones, b Ken Buchan ? v 0 L. Davidson, not out ? '.- ? 1 Sundries ? 4 1 Total ..' ? ? 48 NOWRA.— 1st Innings. L. Clarke, run out ? ? 5 J. Buchan, b M. Stocker ? 2 K. Clarke, c Jorgenson, b Roulstone 3 D. Ratcliff, c Webber, b McGrath 4 J. Vaughan, b Stocker ? 2 K. Buchan, not out .... ? $ L. Moulds, lbw, b Stocker ? .... 0 B. Campbell, b Roulstone ? 0 Ken Buchan, b Roulstone .... ;. . 0 K. Alister, b Stocker .... .- ? 2 C. Hughes, b Roulstone ? 0 Sundries ? 8 Total ? .... .... ? 32 Bowling: M. Roulstone, 4-13; M. Stocker, 4-11;...

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

*!iuuMamniiiuH-UHnuuuaiuum^ j Roxy Theatre I | OWEN & BUTTON, PROPS. 1 I To«night and To-morrow Night ] I Wed. & Thurs.— December 1 & 2 I | A REVELATION IN ENTERTAINMENT J | * ENTIRELY IN TECHNICOLOR! , § | WARNER BAXTER, JOAN BENNETT IN | | WALTER WANGER'S j 1 'VOGUES OF 1938' j § With Helen Vinson, Mischa Aucr, Alan Mowbray, Jerome | I Cowan. i i ' i I Associate Attraction: j§ | CLAIRE TREVOR, CESAR ROMERO IN | I 'DANGEROUSLY YOURS' I | . , , _ 1 Friday and Saturday December 3, 4 | I BARBARA STANWYCK, HERBERT MARSHALL, ♦ | GLENDA FARKELL, ERIC BLORE IN | 1 'BREAKFAST FOR TWO' | | Associate Attraction: | | JACK HOLT, MAE CLARKE, HAROLD HUBERT IN j | 'OUTLAWS OF THE ORIENT' j I Supporting Featurettes: 'GOLF MISTAKES,' a Pete Smith | 1 Specialty. I I AT THE MAT. SAT., ALSO FRI. NIGHT at 8 p.m., CHAPTER | 1 11 OF THE SERIAL, 'THE ADVENTURES OF FRANK s | MERRIWELL.' ? § I WATCH FOR COMM. DATE OF 'FLASH (Speed) GORDON.' I i # | Monday Only, Dec. 6 g | ._ RICHARD ...

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

MUNICIPAL NOTICES CLYDE SHIRE ELECTION TO THE ELECTORS OP B RIDING I -Beg to intimate that I am a Candi date for B Riding at the forthcom ing Election. I have a first-hand knowledge of your requirements, and if favored with your confidence will Tise by best endeavors to advance the interests of your Riding and the Shire ' -generally. W. a. BRYCE. Killarney, St. George's Basin. TO THE ELECTORS, MUNICIPALITY OF NOWRA I Beg to announce I am a Candidate for the election of Alderman for the above municipality. Being a rate payer of a considerable amount my self, ratepayers' interests will, natural ly, be safeguarded; and, realising the improyements wrought by the retiring Council, I would favor the improving of our streets and roads— a work for the immediate future. PAUL O'KEEFFE. NOWRA MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS | ask your vote in the forthcoming Municipal Elections, and if success ful will endeavour to justify your sup port. ROY WILLIAM THOMPSON. SHIRE OF CAMBEWARRA TO THE ELECTORS OF 'B' RID...

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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1937. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 1 December 1937

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1937. On Saturday next, the 4th Decem ber, the ratepayers of the municipality of Nowra, in common with others throughout the State will have cast upon them the responsibility of selecting their local government re presentatives for the ensuing triennial neriod. Like measles, interest in municipal elections seems to be epi demic. At one time difficulty will be experienced in securing sufficient , aldermen to make up the quota; then, again, a wave of the local government enthusiasm sweeps' the community and there is a multitude of candi dates, all convinced that the salva tion of tl*e civic affairs of a district depends upon their election. This is a splendid sign, and cannot fail to ultimately improve the personnel by reason of the wide choice thus af forded. In next Saturday's contest there are 17 candidates, embracing representatives, of the professional, commercial, and farming sections of the community. Two members of the old Council having retired, there must ...

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

S 16 Pages. :| « ;£ Published Every Wednesday. « jjj Terms of Subscription: g s* Per Year (In advance) 10/- 8 jq Per Quarter (in advance) 3/- g 5j Per Quarter (booked) ? 4/- j| £ Single Copy, 3d. g MAJOWOT & OUVER j SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS & NOTARY PUBLIC (Commissioners for Affidavits). JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA ALL CAMPERS' SUPPLIES ? AT— FRANK ALLEN'S HUSKISSON OYSTER SUPPERS A SPECIALITY ^ ^— — M^ ? ' ? ' ? -- j HAROLD MANION SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, AND PROCTOR BANK OF N.S.W. PREMISES JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA |THE MUTUAL LIFE & CITIZENS'! I ASSURANCE CO., LTD. | I (Assets Exceed £25,000,000). f X Nowra Representative: f I Merv. S. Rankin | I 'Phone 261. 1 -| Ordinary, % f Probate, I S Endowment, f | Business Partnership, I | Industrial, I ¥ Accident Insurances Effected f- I 15 WEST STREET, NOWRA I ♦-3!iiii!iimitjiiiiimiiii:!!iiiimi!!ii3immimiciiHimiiiiiommimiH5m»- 1 When in TownB 1 VISIT THE NOWRA CAFE I I (Next to Nowra Hotel). § 5 —For— I I s 1 TAS...

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

NOtRA GOLF CLUB Ken Forrester registered his third successive win in the Stapleford par competition on Saturday, with L. Har rison runner-up. Only four players turned up Sunday, so the official competition was de clared 'off.' The monthly medal will be played for over 18 holes next Saturday, and players are reminded that they may make their own arrangements regard ing markers and starting times. The first of the new series of White Horse Cup matches will* be played on Sunday. Conditions provide for match play, on handicap, with ten competi tors from each club, five playing at home and five away. In this round Jervis Bay has the bye, Nowra plays Port Kembla, and Wollongong meets ; Kiama. J

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

OPEN COLUMN ? o ? (To the Editor). Sir,— Looking at the list of candi dates for the office of aldermen of the Nowra Municipal Council, it appears there are two distinct parties— the old Council and the new Ratepayer's1 As sociation. I fear that in their zeal for the party system, some people are apt to be unduly biassed by reputed acts of commission or omission bv the old body, or of sweeping reforms of the new party. From the maelstrom of this party leeling emerge several candidates who may be classed as Independent— men who share views much in common with either side. In this group there is a young man— Paul O'Keeffe, '26 years of age— who submits his name to the electors. Now, Paul is a young man of much common sense, with a good business head, a big property owner, orogressive and yet tempered with sufficient caution to be thorough ly practical in his deliberations, He lias the ability; he has few enemies— li any—and is deserving of encourage-, ment. As one who knew his forebear...

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

actim (By 'Arrow')1. I Leaving Brown's cycle shop at 9.30 a.m., the Shoalhaven Touring Club, with 22 members, left lor Seven MUe Beach. The journey, proved a stiff one on account of the strong wind, Some of the ladies were feeling the effect of their exertions when Berry was reached, but-the refreshment shops there were able to cope with the rush. The road from Berrv to the Beach was a succession of hUls^ which made the less experienced riders push hard. The beach was reached at 11.25 a.m. Heads were immediately out of sight in 'nose bags.' After lunch the breakers claimed the attention of the greater part of the members. The others were entertained by Miss Gould with her. piano-accordeon. The wind made conditions on the beach unpleasant, but a few games were in evidence, and the effects of these will probably be felt through the week. The party-, left early, and on arrival at Berry the shops proved the biggest attraction. It's remarkable the amount of liquid some of them require to...

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

NOTES (By 'Niblick'). Ron and old Kate have kept busy on the mowing, and practically the whole of the playing area is now in good playing order. Another 'once- over' round the seventh green, and a lawn mower used on the second and eighth tees, should satisfy those players who don't like playing in the rough. * * * * The kikuya grass sprigged into the new first tee struck well, but that on the new fifth looks a little light in color. We noted two members who are broad in the shoulders and narrow in the forehead lumping large quan tities of water from the creek to the fourth and fifth tees last Sunday. This is another job that could well be done by the Ron and Kate combina tion. * # * * Sparsely spaced but healthy looking local couch is showing up on the fifth fairway, but we saw no signs of the new seed striking. * ? * * We don't believe the tale told that a certain caretaker talked for two and a half hours without stopping, while one of his listeners went to sleep, and the other, wh...

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CAMBEWARRA SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

CAMBEWARRA SHIRE 'A' RIDING J. J. Butler ? 199 H. O. Cox ? 211 F. W. Madge ? 68 'B' RIDING W. Lumsden ? 78 ' J. S.' McMahon ? 71 T. J. Priddle ? ? 47 'C' RIDING Abernethy, Mitchell. Vidler, Isaac. (Unopposed).

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DAY OF THANKSGIVING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

DAY OF THANKSGIVING ( Next Sunday, at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m., both services in the Baptist Church will be of a special nature. A quartette party of men from Syd ney, who are well known in most of the city churches, will sing at both services. The morning will take the form of a dedication service, ahd the subject will, be, 'What is Baptism?'

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BERRY MUNICIPALITY HAY WARD [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

BERRY MUNICIPALITY HAY WARD P. H. E. Chittick .* ? 217 J. J. Grimes ? 198 E. Read ? 179 R. L. Shepherd ? 163 A. J. Hodges ? 127 347 votes recorded. BROUGHTON WARD T. A. Strong, R. B. Crozier, G. W. Holzhauser, elected unopposed. BERRY WARD J. J. Couzens ? 261 A. W. Boyd ? 234 A. J. Witchard ? 174 H. Kellett ? 150 Informal ? 7

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CLYDE SHIRE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

CLYDE SHIRE 'A' RIDING V. Carey ? 35 R. W. Collingwood ? 36 W. H. Moffitt ? 55 Informal ? 2 'B' RIDING W. Brownett ? 97 W. G. Bryce ? 89 E. Lynch ? 118 F. W. O'Brien ? 219 H. M. Watt ? 221 Informal ? 14 'C' RIDING J. Boag ? 61 R. Bridge ? 31 R. S. Dowling ? 42

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RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

RIFLE SHOOTING ? o ? Under reasonable weather condi tions, the local club held its weekly shoot on Saturday at the 600 yards range. Scoring was not as brilliant as usual. Scores and handicaps were as follows: — 'W. Tomkins ? 47 2 49 T. Moore ? 43 6 49 3. Buchan ? 45 3 48 J. Peniston ? 43 3 46 'W. Benney ? 42 5 47 W- Allen ? 42 4 46 D. Herne ? 38 7 45 C. Peniston ? 42 2 44 £ Price ? 38 4 42 B. Moore ? '36 ' 4 40 A. Buckett ? 24

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BERRY v. WANDANDIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

BERRY v. WANDANDIAN Wandandian, 1st innings, 5 wickets for 173 (O. McCarthy 50, K. Watt not out 72), declared. Berry,- 1st innings, 40 (K. McDon nell 28, J. Blissett not out 9). Berry, 2nd innings, no wickets for 45 (K. McDonnell not out 37, J. Blissett not out 7).

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Wednesday, December 8, 1937. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

Wednesday, December 8, 1937. With so many candidates, repre senting so many points of view and so many different angles of thought, it was only to be expected that Satur- j day's figures, as disclosed at the bal lot, would establish new records in local government elections. An inten sive campaign of canvassing had been carried on for some weeks, culminat ing on polling day in the greatest and most complete round-up of voters ever known in the district. As showing ihe keenness of the party spirit that prevailed throughout the election, it is only necessary to mention the fact that Alderman Leatheam, who finish ed at the head of the poll, had 318 votes recorded against him. As far as the personnel of the new Council is concerned, the verdict of the people may be taken, in the main, as an ex pression of approval of the policy and the work of the retiring body. Seven of the old Council were again candi dates, and seeing that five of them were re-elected, it may be taken as an indicatio...

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS Unusual interest was manifested in the local government elections on Saturday last, and in all quarters re cord voting figures were established. In Nowra there was a steady flo\tf of voters right throughout the day, over 110 votes being recorded, with only 43 informal. The results of the voting in the different district areas were as follows:— NOWRA MUNICIPALITY Leatheam. J. A ? 787 King, Reuben ? 717 Ryan, Dr. F. P ? 708 O'Keeffe, Paul ? 671 Thompson, Dr. R. W ? 660 Aldous, A. T ? 610 Morison, F. M ? 601 Bennett, C. J ? 582 Watts, J. E. R ? 562 Benney, R. H ? 542 Oke, C. H ? 536 Stewart, J. O. D ? 535 West, P. S ? 483 McDonald, J. R ? 477 Gilbert, Leonard ? 472 Heins, W. E ? 360 Ruprecht, A, T ? 255 Informal ? 43

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