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NOTICE TO THEATRE PATRONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

NOTICE TO THEATRE PATRONS On and after the 10th instant, we shall be obliged to cease the playing of Columbia, His Master's Voice, Regal Zonophone, Decca, Regal, Zonophone, and Parlqphone records in our theatre, owing to the imposition of an additional license fee by the Colum bia Co. *v- uieaixe owners are already pay ing a broadcast fee to the Australian Performing Rights Association, there is naturally a strong objection to this extra fee. However, we have some other un licensed records which we shall use for the present, but we regret that they may not be Up to the same standard as in the past. --.--. ? The Management.

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROXY THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

ROXY THEATRE ? Q ? 'The Emperor's Candlesticks,' pro duced by Metro-Gold wyn -Mayer from the novel by the Baroness Orczy, will be showing at the Roxy Theatre to night and to-morrow nights, with William Powell and Luise Rainer in the starring roles. It is a daring film, not only because of its intriguing nar rative, but more because it erives these celebrated stars a new opportunity to prove their versatility. In the new picture, Powell, famous for his crea tion of 'The Thin Man,' is seen as a debonair secret agent in Europe. Miss Rainer, erstwhile Chinese slave-wife in 'The Good Earth,' now becomes an exotic spy. The contrast is startling, and the two stars achieve their diver gent roles to perfection. A full -sized replica of a German submarine and sections of a tramp steamer were built for scenes in 'Dark Journey,' the new Victor Saville film which also comes to the Roxy Theatre to-night and tomor row night. Conrad Veidt, the com mander of a German U-boat, is cap tured by a Britis...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IT IS ETIQUETTE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

IT IS ETIQUETTE ^ ? When a dance was in progress at Pyree Literary Institute's function last week, two gentlemen who hold down jobs in the Nowra Dairy Co.'s milk depot took off their, coats and placed them on the seat. Mr. Artie Smith, who was officiating as M.C., immedi ately stopped the dance and asked those gentlemen to please replace their coats. Mr. Smith's action was not appreciated by the two gentlemen, who in outspoken fashion flouted the officious' stand with indignation. Pyree Literary Institute is a public hall with a prestige to uphold, and Mr. Smith knows that, he has full con fidence of the committee in his at titude to maintain Pyree traditions.

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

? ? ? from the days of the bullock dray in Pitt Street— the swaggering soldiers oi the garrison — the 'holey' dollar as coinage. It was then that the Union Bank com menced to play i1s part in the development of Australia. Down the century that has followed it has been a stabilising influence in the country's financial structure.* Wars .... depressions .... the Bank Crisis of '93 .... have left it unshaken and its depositors untroubled and secure. An infcrcsf bearing deposit with the Union Bank has always been a safe and reliable investment. These deposits are received in small or large sums and the Bank's officers will be pleased to explain to you their many advantages. ^ UNION BANK OF^AUSTRALIA LIMITED ( ESTABLISHED 1837 ) Incorporated in England 1880 Branches Throughout Australia and New Zealand. II ON CONSIGNMENT jj. j| Every kind of Farm and Dairy Produce; \\ Si . Poultry, Fruit and Vegetables. Prompt S| ? I account sales, and every attention to your 1 1 fj individual requiremen...

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

Men . . . here are lovely presents for women. Thousands of men worry needlessly every Christmas, wondering what sort of a present they will give the women folk. On the other hand, there are thousands of men who have wakened up to the fact that by giving Gharmo san gift caskets to the womenfolk of their household and among their relatives and friends,, they make the job of present buying and giving one of real pleasure, and with the certain knowledge that the Charmosan caskets are 'just right.' , For, as you know, all women adore Charmosan cremes and powder. Are you one of the Christmas pre sent worriers? If so, this Christmas just go to any chemist, draper or store and purchase Charmosan Gift Caskets for your womenfolk . . . hand them around, and then enjoy the thrill of seeing their pleasure in receiving them . . . it's great. Here are particulars: — No. 1 casket contains a full sized box of the famous Charmosan face powder and a full sized tube of Creme Charmosan, and costs 2/6 ov...

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THE LATE MR. W. S. SMITH [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

THE LATE MR. W. S. SMITH At the age of 69 years, the death occurred on Saturday last of Mr. Wal ter Stuart Smith, an old and well known identity of the district. The late Mr. Smith was born at Bath, England, being a son of the late Dr. ? Francis Smith, of Weston Lodge, Bath, England; a brother of the late captain -surgeon wimam Heroerc Smith; and also of Sister Clara Smith, who was decorated by the Royal , family for her many years' voluntary war service. ; On attaining the age of 21 years, the late Mr. Walter Smith came to Australia, and settled in Shoalhaven. Later he married a daughter ofc the late Mr. Andre Coulon, of Huskisson, and lived in retirement for over 20 years at Nowra Hill, where he^«iaih tained a most hospitable and typical English gentleman's home. Like most Englishmen, he was very fond of dogs and horses, and in his younger days had frequently ridden to hounds in his home country. He leaves three children— a daughter (Isabel) and two sons — Walter Stewart Smith and...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LATE BOB CAMPBELL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

THE LATE BOB CAMPBELL A very popular resident of Kiama, and one who was outstanding in^the football world, passed away in the' Kiama District Hospital on Wednes day afternoon in the person of Mr. W. R. Campbell, of Collins-street, at the age of 53 years. He had ilot been in the best of health for several weeks, although still carrying, out his duties tor tne council as caretaker or the camping reserves. When he was re- ' moved to hosoital on Tuesday it was . not thought that he was so seriously, 'ill. and his death the following day, after an operation, came as a great shock to his many friends. »The late Mr. Campbell's football career commenced with the Kiama ; Shamrock team, at that time playing under the Union code, anti he Ttyas*the full-back of the team which won the - district premiership in 1911. In 191? ? he took an active part in the forma1- , tion of the South Coast- Referees' As- y sociation, and acted as its secretary until the time of his death. He was an ideal secretar...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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BOWLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

BOWLING NOTES rt ? (By 'Wrong Bias'). The three rinks on the Nowra green which are still undergoing a rest cure and treatment are responding won derfully. Aided by the recent showers, they are looking quite a picture. The three rinks available for play were fully occupied on Saturday afternoon, and although occasional showers rather took the gilt off the ginger bread, so to speak, there was some keen rivalry among the players. Mark Morton was opposed to Jack Morris as skipper. Jack had the tailor lead ing, Golden Shell second, and the ex C.S. third. The MX.A. had the tin smith leading (who has apparently been taking notice of the Scot's dic tum ('Ye're well doon if ye're oop'). George was certainly 'oop' on Satur day, even to the extent of depositing one or two in the 'creek.' Pop Basha ''is trying hard at. second place, and Fraser was an efficient third. The chemist ulayed a sound game, but Mark had oil the luck and won easilv. On No. 1 rink a rather audible stame was in progress, ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

|G.P.Walker&Son| I DRAINERS &* PLUMBERS I I 29 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA I I Phone 285. I I Estimates. Given for Sewerage I 5- Connections. ? |- | NOTE THE ADDRESS \ I 33 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA \ I JACK SAWYERS X | Wishes to notify the General? gPublic that Supplies of COAL ares ^available at his Yard. Following? S'are the prices delivered to youig ghome:— \ 5j V- per 1 cwt. \ % 21/- per i Ton ♦ q 38/6 per 1 Ton $ % PHONE 253 FOR QUrCK \ | DELIVERY I KSSSSSSSS5SSSSSSSS£SSSS^S£5£S£5SSS8£Si8Sf-iSJ8«£X?SSS I -THE- I Colonial Mutual Life Assurance I Society Ltd. I ? (Incorporated in Victoria). - - ? I LIFE, ENDOWMENT, GROUP, SICKNESS & ACCIDENT, ! & PROBATE ASSURANCE ; Established 1873. Funds £20,000,000. ANNUAL BONUSES j Local Agent- W. F. C.ALCRAFT ^«$--e-3--s-$--s--$--§-^-j--^^ I Kf^^^pl^^ but wkere's the flatty yc?KB* XstMtsrt &1.E8. \acaa* \\ ^**=|^ Bi- sure ip have jilenlv of K.B. in (]?«- lioux- lo j ' 'fc%£ it M^tl give the crowning loucli lo the ....

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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TENNIS NOWRA v. BATEMAN'S BAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

TENNIS NOWRA v. BATEMAN'S BAY Played on the Nowra courts on Sunday last, and won by Nowra. The .scores: — S. Towe and L. Rowlands v. M. Rvan rmd M. Backhouse .... 6—3 W. Batt and C. Carter v. E. Fen n'ng ar.d N. Ladmore ... .... 6 — 1. P. Brown and B. Egan v. M. lson and Ij. Fonning . ? 6—5 Mrs. Cnddell and Mrs. Smith v. Mrs. Ryan and Miss Payne .... 6 — 3 Mrs. En'n and Mrs. Batt v. Miss Annetts and Miss Henderson 3—6 S. Towe and Mrs. Caddell v. M. Rvan and Miss Henderson . .. 6 — 4 L. Rowlands and Mrs. Smith v. M. Rvan and Miss Payne .... 6 — 5 W. Batt and Mrs. Egan v. E. Penning and Miss Henderson 6—4 C. Carter and Mrs. Batt v. N. Ladmore and Miss Annetts . 6—4 P. Brown and Mrs. Caddell v. M. lson and Mrs. Ryan ? 6—4 B. Egan and Mrs. Smith v. L. Fennlng and Miss Payne ? 3—6 ] L. Rowlands and S. Towe v. E. Fennfng and N. Ladmore .... 6 — 1 C. Carter and W. Batt v. M. Backhouse and M. Ryan . ? 6 — 5 Mrs. Batt and Mrs. Egan v. Mrs. Ryan and Miss Payne ? 5—6 Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Caddel...

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MARRIED IN RHYME AN UNUSUAL WEDDING SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

MARRIED IN RHYME AN UNUSUAL WEDDING SERVICE Spurning prosy legal formula, a justice of the peace has married a young couple at Aurora, Illinois, ia rhyme. To the bridegroom he said:. 'Do you this lady for your wife take, to pay her bills, praise her steak? To honor and love and keep her well, from the marriage hour to the funeral bell? Cherish her well in sickness or health, to share in poverty or wealth? Walk the floor when baby comes; ouy it rattles, bottles, drums? Love her well enough for this? Take this lady with a kiss.' The Groom: 'I do.' 'Now, sweet lady, do you say you will promise to obey? LoVe your hus band, honor him; for his sake risk life and limb? Never look at other men; pledge yourself ? to him, and then, faithful for the rest of life, be his gentle, loving wife?' The Bride: 'I do.' 'Then by the law of Illinois, you two are wed; may all be joy, the jus tice you I give; you're wed, the while you both shall live.' This interesting paragraph is but a sample of the abso...

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SHOALHAVEN ROWING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

SHOALHAVEN ROWING CLUB An enthusiastic committee meeting ?if the above club eventuated in Pyree Literary Institute on Thursday night 'n,st, to make arrangements for New Year's Day. The President (Mr. Jas. Rvan) was in the chair. Other com mffteemen present were — Messrs. W. Aldous. J. Regan. Hy. Regan, . J. Lonesborough, G. Campbell, C, Penis ton. T. Peel. S. McKane, J. Williams, H. Haisfr. E. G. Gess, O. Bennett, A. Smith (secretary). Correspondence from' the N.S.W. Professional Sculling and Rowing League was to hand, supplying details. The matter of varnishing and re pairing the club's skiffs, etc., caused a ? deal of discussion, and eventually it was decided to give the Job to Mr. C. Pnniston to attend to. The training operations and super vision of skiffs was left in the hands of Mr. J. Williams. The positions of handicappers for sculling events were allotted to Messrs. H. Regan and C. Peniston. other officials appointed were Messrs.. W. McBride (judge), Mr. M.D. Murphy (starter...

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

MARRIOT & OLIVER I SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, 1 PROCTORS & NOTARY PUBLIC W (Commissioners for Affidavits). 'M JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA M

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JERVIS BAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

JERVIS BAY (From Our Own Correspondent). Launch men and members of the navy have persistently stated that 1 hey have seen marlin In the vicinity of Jprvis Bay, but it has remained for Mr. Max Lawson to produce the proof nt these statements. On Saturday Mr. Lawson was trojling from Harold Christiansen's launch south of the heads, and had a couple of good si rikcs. He missed one very good fish, but later made fast to and brought to ualT a black marlin of 1201b. This fish is comparatively only a baby of his class, but it is proof that beyond dfiubt the larger game fish are to be had at Jervis Bay. The fish was weighed and hoisted at the jetty, where a number of people quickly gathered. Mr. Lawson went to sea ai-iain on Saturday and on Sunday, but had no further success. However, it is a bit early in the season yet, and later on we may see some very big .?'Peeimens of the marlin family brought into Jervis Bay. The smaller .game fish, such as bonito. kingfish. and tunny, we know abound i...

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

- A FEW PACKETS OF SHEPHERD'S - SEEDS WILL WORK WONDERS - I Send 2/- and just say 'Better » Flower Set.' and Shepherd's will post * you a packet each1 of the following \ five choice flowers to furnish your . garden with beauty and interest: — ; BRILLIANT ASTERS: To make ! autumn gay. Choicest Mixed Califor nian Giants, large biooms, all shades : mixed together. GORGEOUS ZINNIAS: They love hot weather and bloom for weeks. Latest varieties in about 13 shades mixed together. SALPIGLOSSIS (Painted Tongue): Improved Emperor Strain. For deli cate grace, rich coloring and velvety texture, has practically no equal. Easily grown. AMARANTHUS: Magnificent foli age plants with gorgeous leaves of beautiful colors. PHLOX DRUMMONDI: The showiest and most easily grown' of all annuals. Wonderful combinations of bright fresh coloring. NOTE. — Separate 6d packets post free. Cancel items not wanted and order other sixpenny packets to total 5 for 2/-. P. L. C. SHEPHERD & SON, LTD. Postal Address...

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MR. R. FRYER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

MR. R. FRYER ? So closely lias Mr. Ray Fryer become I identified with the many activities of I Jamberoo (says the 'Independent') 1 that, as one resident put it, it came ! quite as a shock to learn on Thurs day that he was -to be transferred to Turramurra, where a new branch of the E.S. and A. Bank is being opened. While congratulating him on his very well-earned promotion in the service, everyone regrets his departure after eleven years, during which he has nuea many omces ana pjayea no small part in the wonderful progress of Jamberoo. He Js a native of Albion Park, son of the late Henry Fryer, formerly manager of the Dairy Far mers' Milk Co., so it was by no means as a stranger that he first came to Jamberoo in 1916. His term was for three years, and then he returned as manager in 1926. Until the appoint ment of the present Town Clerk, Mr. Fryer was the treasurer of the muni cipality, doing an immense amount I of work in an honorary capacity. He has also been treasurer of the Churc...

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MR. RAUCH AT CESSNOCK [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

MR. RAUCH AT CESSNOCK u ? An old Pressman in Mr. H. Rauch, 'who has been 65 years a printer and is within a couple of months of 79 years of age, paid a visit to Cessnock on Monday (says the 'Eagle'). He could not resist making his way to the 'Eaele' office. whi»r-» nmirt ink and printing material, he was at home. Mr. Rauch is a foundation share holder of the N.S.W. Co-operative Country Press Association. Until re cently he was proprietor of the Shoalhaven News,' which business he retired from and presented to bis two sons. We enjoyed a chat with the veteran pressman, who certainly is a remarkable man for his years. His visit made us feel young, as it en visioned possibilities of how a news paper man may grow old gracefully. Mr. Rauch is a native of N.S.W., and must be one of the oldest native born pressmen in Australia.

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The. Garden HOW TO TREAT POT PLANTS INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT CARNATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

The . . Garden (By Our Special Gardening Expert). HOW TO TREAT POT PLANTS INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT CARNATIONS Misdirected kindness is often re sponsible for failure with palms and other plants used for indoor decora tion. I have known people to soak palms in a bath full of water for hours at a time, then never think about watering them again until the -? poor things were so dry at the roots that the wonder of it all is they ever survived at ali. Look at the matter from a common plants really want to live if only we will let them, and give them fair treatment. When you buy a palm (or any other pot plant), make sure that it is grow ing in the pot, and has not just been potted recently. If the soil is loose and fresh looking, don't take it; but if it is firm and well established, you are fairly safe. The subsequent attention necessary is to see that palms, aspidestras, be gonias, or any other house plants get sufficient water regularly to keep the soil fairly moist— not too wet, and not...

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BRUSH BETWEEN MAGISTRATE AND SOLICITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

BRUSH BETWEEN MAGISTRATE AND SOLICITOR A brush between Mr. Hardwick, S.M., and Mr. G. F. O. Throsby, who appeared for one of the parties, mark ed a case at Bowral Police Court on Wednesday. Mr. Throsby said, when the Magis trate stated that plaintiff had not n-ivan ovi dflfi J^wa+ixrii enomnv to n mine— tion, that he would have the deposi* tions read. The Magistrate said he was hi charge of the Court, and he would say whether the deposition was to be read or not. Solicitors were apt to attempt to take charee of a court, and a recent case in Sydney, when one ordered a witness to remove his hand from his head, and was rebuked by the Judge, was an example. Mr. Throsby apologised, and the Magistrate then read the deposition, which disclosed that the answer to the question was in the affirmative. The Magistrate made no further comment.— 'Southern Mail.'

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