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CRICKET PYREE v. ALL SAINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

CRICKET ? — Q ,T; PYREE v. ALL SAINTS In anything but nice cricketing ?weather, Bert Caines called wrongly j in drizzly rain, and A. Booth decided that All Saints should bat, which would give Pyree the greasy ball. G. Cook and G. Monro opened for All Saints, to the bowling of McBride and E. Ryan. , Both batsmen went along confidently, and the stage seemed set for a big score. The bowling was on the short side, but Ryan's third over had Cook on the defensive, and the 7th ball landed on the bund spot and knocked out Gordon's leg stump. The total was 23, and the dismissed bats man had made 16. S. Smith follow ed, and 3 runs later Monro was out, caught behind by Smith off Ryan. The appeal was unanimous; the um pire even gave a yell. M. Barron came in. McAndrew relieved McBride, when further disaster befell All Saints, Mc Andrew clean bowling Barron for 2, and three valuable wickets were down for 31. Ted Hewlett filled the vacancy, he and Smith adding 18 when comedy was introduced. Ryan ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOWRA v. NUMBAA NUMBAA.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

NOWRA v. NUMBAA NUMBAA.— 1st Innings. . I A. Bice, c Dent, b Wiley ? 94 ? i B. Miller, b Evison ? 5 M. Evison, c and b Wiley ? 14 J. Miller, b West ? 21 T. O'Keeffe, st Ison, b West ? 1 C. Bice, not out ? 30 j A. Buchan, not out ? 33 ' Sundries ? 10 [ Five wickets for ? 208

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THIS WEEK'S RECIPE XMAS PUDDING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

THIS WEEK'S RECIPE XMAS PUDDING (Rv Mrs. Crawford). 5 lib bread crumbs well mixed in | 6 lib butter, then add lib sugar, § g lib raisins, lib currants, 1 tea- § » spoon spice, a little cantiled cit- § % ron peel, 9 eggs mixed well to- f i gether, then add a little new | P milk, a small cup flour. Tie up f I in a cloth and boil for 4 hours. §

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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REMINISCENCES J. T. PALLETT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

REMINISCENCES (By 'Old-Timer'). J. T. PALLETT In this, the third article on old time cricketers, I have selected Jack Pallett, one-time star wicketkeeper bafcsman of Bomaderry. Few of the present generation will remember him, but they can take it from me that Jack was in the first flight. He came to Shoalhaven a fully fledged cricketer, and I will say right here that he was one or tne very tew that were really good when they came here. If one recalls all the giants of the past and present, he will be sur prised how very seldom Shoalhaven cricket benefited by the arrival of a good experienced player. If my memory serves me, Jack Pallett came to Shoalhaven at a time when cricket was at a very low ebb, there being no competition in progress. Jack soon got to work, and although a stranger in the district, very soon had cricket booming. He was greatly assisted by the late Os. Sullivan. Bomaderry, his ? place of abode, although boasting only about one-fourth the population it does to-day,...

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

ASHGROFTS j j XMAS ! XMAS ! j I Only FOUR WEEKS to XMAS I I Wonderful Display of Xmas Cards I I and Xmas Novelties. ? I Queensland Mulga Wood, J- I Fancy Stationery. Cyclops Toys, f I All kinds of Books and Periodicals. 1 j SHOP NOW I I j ASHCROFT'S I I Junction Street, Nowra I

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MUSICAL & DRAMATIC SOCIETY BALANCE-SHEET [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

MUSICAL & DRAMATIC SOCIETY , ? _n ? BALANCE-SHEET The appended balance-sheet, duly audited, in connection with the dra matic presentation by the Nowra Musical and Dramatic Society at the School of Arts, Nowra, on Tuesday, 16th November, has been presented by the executive: — Receipts.— Door takings, £5/7/6; sale of tickets, £20/8/6; advertising receipts, £2/15/-; total, £28/11/-; bal ance brought down, £17/11/10. __ Expenditure.— Hire of hall (rehear sals and performance), £3/17/-; ad vertising ('Leader' 11/6, 'News' 12/-, 'Advertiser' 6/-, circulars 10/-), £1/ 19/6. Printing, programmes, £3/5/-; tickets, 15/-; stationery, stamps, etc., 5/-; music, 8/-; incidental expenses, 9/8. Total expenses, £10/19/2; bal ance, £17/11/10. Total, £28/11/-.

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

PEOPLE SAY That owing to the rough weather on the coast, the Pishing Club's out ins to Wreck Bay on Sunday last did not eventuate. That although a record vote was polled, there were not many surprises in connection with Saturday's muni cipal election. That Aid. Stewart and West, two of the retiring aldermen, were rejected. That four new faces will appear at ihe Council table at future meetings -Aid. O'Keeffe, Thompson, Fred Morison, and C. J. Bennett. That, although Aid. Bennett was not in the last Council, he is not by any means new to civic life, having been a member of many previous Councils, and also an alderman of South Shoalhaven. That the other three, for 'novice' performers, polled remarkably well. That one defeated candidate claims that, while he had over 600 verbal promises of support, the votes re corded for him only totalled a little more than half that number. That election pledges are apparent ly not to be altogether depended upon. That the newly-elected Council should...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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(To the Edtior). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

(To the Edtior). Sir, — May I have some more space in your valuable paper to explain a few facts about the Nowra Musical and Dramatic Society, which you have supported so well in the past. The Society has not 'fizzled out,' as certain rumours would indicate. The Society gave the net proceeds of its last entertainment (£17/11/10) to the C.W.A. for the Baby Health Centre. Plans are well in hand for our next show ,on March 10th, as part- of the 150th anniversary celebrations. Mrs. Miller, who produced 'The Dumb Waiter,' 'Grains of Truth,' and 'The Winner' for the Society, went to Sydney on Friday to select a new play for our show in March. The matter of allotting parts will be gone into at the next meeting. To avoid any confusion, we would like our friends and supporters to remember that any information about the Society will be given by, and any written notices signed by our President, Mr. L. E. Hewlett, our treasurer, Mr. Gordon Cook, or my self. E. A. DASH. Hon. Sec, Nowra Musical a...

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

— — — ——— ?— — — — — a— r, HAROLD MANION SOLICITOR, CONVEYANCER, AND PROCTOR BANK OF N.S.W. PREMISES JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA ;THE MUTUAL UFE & CITIZENS'! J ASSURANCE CO., LTD. j (Assets Exceed £25,000,000). i I Nowra Representative: | \ Merv. S, Rankm 1 'Phone 261. I ' . Ordinary, | [ Probate, I ', Endowment, I ; Business Partnership, | ; Industrial, | Accident Insurances Effected! ? | 15 WEST STREET, NOWRA 1 -3!lillllllll|[]|llllilllllltlllllllllllll[]l!IIIIIIIIIIUIHIIIIIIIIlOlllllllll!IIUIIlS |When in Town! I VISIT THE NOWRA CAFE 1 j 5 I (Next to Nowra Hotel). § ? ' i j : ? , -For— | i TASTY GRILLS, FISH, OYSTERS I ! AND LIGHT REFRESHMENTS | i , § i Peters' Delicious Ice Cream. = ! 5 : . =: ! Our Motto: I I Civility, Cleanliness, & Quality. | : = PAUL CALOPEDIS ! PROPRIETOR | Phone 301 - - - NOWRA { uic]iiiiitii!iiic]!iiiiiiiiiiit]iiiiiiiiiiiic:fi[iiiiiiiiit]iii!iii!iiiiniiiiiiiiiinr»:« ,S£SSSS3£S£SSS£SSS£3SSSS£S£SiS£SSS£SSS£S£S£S£SSSSS£SSSS I 8? ' - , ss - , . i ? ...

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

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

REMARKABLE ACCIDENT A remarkable occurrence is reported from Tathra Road, near Bega. Re cently a steer owned by Mr. Finucane laid down at a spot where some road bitumen had been spilt on the side of the road. The heat of its body caused the bitumen to attach itself to the beast's body, and it was unable to move. Its plight was noticed by a local resident, and it took three per sons a considerable time to get the beast up, and in doing so the bitumen had such a firm hold that part of the animal's skin came off with it; and it subsequently had to be destroyed. It is thought that the beast had been fast for several days before its plight was noticed.

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

§ CONSULT | | R. P. YOUNG, JVU.O. 1 | (P. W. YOUNG & SON) | I I I Optician & Optometrist! | JUNCTION STEEET | | NOWRA. | I PHONE 77. BOS 17. 1. ?^iiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiHHiiiiiiiiiiimuiiiiiiinininiiiiiiiiiaic Printed and published lay H. Cecil Rauchand Ray Rauch, at their Regis tered Office, 38 Junction St., Nowra. Phone 41.

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THE CHURCHES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

THE CHURCHES ? 0 ? CHURCH OF ENGLAND The Rev. Gordon King, preaching : at Holy Trinity, Huskisson, on Sun- ? i day morning, took as his subject, the . : Bible. The second Sunday in Advent ' was the day set apart by the churches , j to draw special attention to the Word ' of God, and to emphasise the great need it meets in men's lives. There are three very important and en couraging facts about the Bible, con tinued Mr. King. Firstly, its inde structibility. It has survived the ruth less artacKs oi men, anu wmie l-ujco that stood while some of its books were being written have crumbled to the dust, the Bible persists. Babylon to-day is a wonder of the past, while Ezekiel. who lived and wrote 'within its walls, speaks to-day through the words of his message. Secondly, there is the translatableness of the Bible. Shakespeare has been translated into i twenty-five different languages, and i there are parts of Shakespeai-e that can't be translated, as it is essentially English; but the Bi...

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

| Lionel Seyffer | ?S ? ' a ts a ' H JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA I ll 1 ^ ? § 1 WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER i it Si 1 OPTICIAN & OPTOMETRIST f I *? I ?2 ^ g SEE THE DISPLAY IN OUR | 1 WINDOWS I |i All Work Guaranteed. J

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GREENWELL PT. & PYREE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

GREENWELL PT. & PYREE ? ? (From Our Own Correspondent). Mrs. Ryan, wife of Mr. Morg Ryan, President of Pyree Literary Institute ' and President of Pyree Cricket Club, ? suffered very sad bereavement by the death of her sister. Mrs. Ryan has the community's deepest sympathy in her time of trouble. * * * * Messrs. Ern Caines and H. Watts, - who have been stalwarts of Pyree ; Cricket Club for many years, are both , at present lorcea to reuremenii — iv i& hoped for only a short period. Mr. Caines is at present an inmate of Bridge Road Hospital with a badly poisoned hand, and is improving slowly. His absence was felt in the recent Numbaa-Pyree cricket match. Mr. Watts had to give a special effort for a caught and bowled wicket in the Burrier-Pyree match over a fortnight ago. In doing so he fell on the wicket, and has been suffering very acute pain caused through torn muscles. * * ? * Mrs. McCormick, wife of the local school teacher, had to undergo an operation in Lewisham...

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GOOD SAMARITAN CONVENT MUSIC EXAMINATION RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

GOOD SAMARITAN CONVENT MUSIC EXAMINATION RESULTS Following are the results of ; the musical examination, conducted dur ing the year by the Australian Music Examination Board, and also the Trinity College of Music, London:— Grade 2 (violin): Patricia Mont gomery. Grade 3 (piano): Clare Bible (credit), Mary Coulthart (pass). Grade 3 (violin): Audrey Carrall. Grade 4 (piano): Joan Coulthart. Grade 4 (musical perception), Kath leen Cahill (honors), Audrey Carrali (credit), Joan West, Patricia Mont gomery. Grade 5 (singing): Clare Bible (honors). Grade 5 v (piano): Joan Holloway (credit). Grade 6 (violin): Dorothea Muller. Grade ft (piano): Credit, Ailsa Callaghan, Daphne Irvin, Anne Walsh, John Walsh, Marjorie Looney. Grade 4 (class singing, honors). Trinity College.— Junior Grade, piano: Phyllis Selman, Joy Wiley. First Steps (violin): Heather Coch rane, Gwen Shoebridge, Trevor Deben ham, Dorothy Bibb, Fred Looney. Per cussion Band (flrst steps) : honors; conducted by Master Maxle Whit...

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BAPTIST "A CHANGING WORLD" [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

BAPTIST 'A CHANGING WORLD' The Rev. N. F. Reeve, preaching from the above subject, in Nowra Baptist Church last Sunday night, took the text, 'Seeing that all these things shall be dissolved, what man ner of persons ought ye to be?' Change and decay we see all around us. When Peter the apostle uttered these words, doubtlessly few, if any, believed his words. The world they thought stood for all that was solid, substantial, and enduring. The science of our day has come around to Peter's way of thinking. The last word in modern scientific thought is for the final liquidation of all ma terial things. From a natural point of view, according to geologists, the whole centre of the earth is a mass of; molten metal, and we live upon a thin crust which is no more than 100 miles thick. Therefore from a natu ral point of view it is possible for this text to become a reality. Seeing, then, it is a changing world, Peter lays hold of the universal law of instability, and makes a trumpet call to ho...

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

PRESBYTERIAN At the Presbyterian Church, on Sun day, 5th December,* Rev. J. H. G. Auld took as his text the words of Christ to His disciples before leaving the word: 'Lo, I jam with you alway.' The early disciples, when the bodily presence of Jesus was no longer with them, found in the fulfilment of this promise resources adequate to all their requirements in the big task 'of Christianising the world. It' has al ? ways bepn -so. When the Individual1 soul has realised the value of this truth it has meant companionship in loneliness, comfort in sorrow, guid ance in perplexity, and powerful help for the service of others. In the evening the preacher took as his text the words of Paul, 'I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ, for it is the power of God unto salva tion.' After speaking of the introduc tion of this Gospel to Rome, the centre of the mightiest empire of the world, of the apostle's first feeling that it might not receive a welcome there, of his confidence in its power to r...

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

METHODIST Preaching at the Methodist Church on Sunday last, the Rev. A. T. New ton based his sermon on the parable of the talents, as found in Matt. 25:141 30. He spoke of the distribution of talents, and the use we make of them. Talents are many and varied. We may possess many or we may have very few. We are not responsible for the number of gifts we possess, but we are for the use we make of them. This parable insists upon the utilisation of ; the capacity for service that we pos- i sess. It adds to the doctrine of re sponsibility, a second teaching, viz., the doctrine of interest: the law of increasing or augmented returns. The talents we possess need to be touched by the Spirit of Christ and used un der His guidance in the various avo cations of life. Jesus calls us to a great service; to a life of adventurous faith. He makes great demands, but . I never places us in an impossible posi- i \ tion. He challenges the best in our manhood and womanhood. He touch ed and inspired the l...

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

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