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

HUSKISSON ? 0 ? (From Our Own Correspondent). Wedding bells were ringing at the C. of E. Holy Trinity Church, where '* the ceremony was solemnised between Mr. A. Barling and Miss Josie Louttit, the Rev. Mr. King officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Ben j Louttit, well known in the district for ' many years. She is held in high i esteem and regard by all, consequent ly the church was crowded, and she left the church with the heartfelt good wishes of everyone, dressed in i pink with pink and white veil sur I mounted with a coronet. She made a very pretty picture. The bridesmaid, Miss Marjorle Schwab, was also dress ed in pink gown with hat to match. I Mr. G. Vost was best man, and the j bride was given away by her father. ! The church choir rendered suitable hymns during the ceremony. A wed ding breakfast was held at the home of the bride, about 40 guests being present. I * * * * 1 The result of the election of coun cillors for 'B' Riding, Clyde Shire, was not what the people...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

C.WJL At the annual meeting of the Nowra branch of the C.W.A., held yesterday afternoon, the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. M. J. Molony; secretary, Miss Creichton Smi$h; trea surer, Mrs. Templeton; vicepresi dents (country) Mrs. Bourne, Mrs. B. Emery, Mrs. A. Borrowdale; (town) Mrs. H. L. Oliver, H. Anderson, F. Moorhouse; publicity officer, Mrs. W. F. Stoner; sales officer, Mrs. J. D. Horgan; hospital visiting committee, Mrs. H. L. Oliver, Mrs. Molony, and Mrs. G. Wilson.

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PYREE LITERARY INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

PYREE LITERARY INSTITUTE Another big crowd was in attend ance at the euchre party and dance, in aid of the institute's funds, held ! on Tuesday night of last week. I Patrons attended from all parts of the district. Mr. Duncan had two car loads of Nowra enthusiasts, whilst, many came from Meroo, Falls Creek, Terara, and Greenwell Point. Mr. a. Tetley continued to uphold his reputation with his popular music, and was in splendid form, and every one seemed to be in good spirits. The entertainment was highly successful both socially and financially. Euchre prizes were won by Miss Case and Mr. D. Petrie. Novelty dances were won by Misses L. McBride and M. Smith and Mr. J. Atfield and Miss Jones. . '

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

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

PERSONAL Rev. J. H. G. Auld intimated to his congregation on Sunday that he had received a unanimous call from the church at Maroubra, that he pro posed to accept it, and would prob ably be leaving Nowra in the first week of February. * * * * Give Slippers for Xmas. Davis and Co. have a fine range.* * * * ? Nurse Betty Glass, of Orange Base j Hospital, had a pleasant surprise last week when she received from the members and adherents of the Nowra Presbyterian Church a beautifully silk-lined solid leather dressing case as a mark of their appreciation for her work as organist for the church during the past two years. While returning from Bomaderry in his car on Wednesday night last, ac companied by his little daughter Betty and Miss Gwen Purdy, Mr. Cele Stuckey narrowly escaped a serious accident. Through defective steering gear the car ran off the road near Mr. T. Daley's, coming into contact with the fence, and throwing the oc ? ♦ ? ? Men's Slippers for that Xmas Gift. Davis and Co....

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PYREE P. & C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

PYREE P. & C. ASSOCIATION A meeting of the above Association was held in Pyree Literary Institute on 22nd November last. Mr. H. Watts (President) was in the chair. Correspondence was read from the P. and C. Federation, offering copy books for the school free of charge. — It was decided to apply for half a gross. The teacher (Mr. F. Mr*.nnrmir.1r- reported that owing to the shortage of teachers there were poor prospects of securing a pupil teacher at Pyree. It was decided, on notice of motion by Mr. Leaney, that the P. and C. As sociation's general fund and Empire Day fund be amalgamated. The treasurer's report disclosed a credit balance of £8/19/2, and a mem bership of 54. I The President reported having at j tended a P. and C. District Council meeting at Bomaderry, which was doing good work. He further reported that the next meeting of the Council would be held at Pyree. Mr. Jack Watts moved that Pyree branch entertain the District Council delegates at Pyree on Thursday, 9t...

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SHOALHAVEN A. & H. ASSOCIATION A [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

SHOALHAVEN A. * H. „. ASSOCIATION \ ? v ? A meeting of the committee was held at the showground yesterday morning, there being present — Messrs. G. Borrowdale (President), T. Pestell, J. Lumsden, J. W. Henry, F. Morison, E. Watts, J. Pestell, A. Heme, S. Mc Gill, J. M. Lamond, W. Mottram, J. Mottram, W. Graham, E. Woods, H. Rauch, W. Calcraft, P. Chitttck, F. Wiley, J. D. Horgan, A. Mottram, H. M. Watt, A. Barron, A. Hogan, B. Emery, W. R. Watts, A. Bishop. CORRESPONDENCE Letters were received from a num ber of judges, accepting appoint ments; from others, declining. From Mrs. Harrison and family, ac knowledging Society's letter of con dolence. From Trigg Memorial Committee (Yass), asking for particulars of cost and design of memorial gates. — The secretary said he would send the let-, ter to the Council. From the Rural Bank, in reply, stating that at present a contribution could not be made to the Society's funds. From the Union Bank, forwarding donation of £1/1/-. From Robertson S...

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

: A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR MOM ' What more Ideal and pracUcaTgift ' than one which ends the bain of I agonising rheumatism, neuritis, scla » tica, lumbago or gout. R.UJR., the |- money-bade guarantee Remedy. Fcee - booklet with full particulars obtain - able from - 1 VALENTINE'S & ' HEWLETT'S 5. PHARMACY, NOWRA „,

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

|SS!!8E8SS8S8K*£.g*J£r^ DANGER ' j I Delays are Dangerous. Get Your i I Xmas Suit NOW at : I PAT MAGUIRE'S 4- SUITS for immediate wear . . . genuine Unclaimed TAILOR MADES i % ... not made in that last minute rush, but Suits which cost 4, 5, 6, j & and 7 guineas, yet all you pay is the cost of the material . . . 29/6, 5 f- 39/6, 47/6, 57/6, 65/- . . . and you have a choice of over 100, with colors 4 % to suit all tastes and sizes to fit all figures. , . i I REMEMBER, I CAN DRESS YOU FROM HEAD TO FOOT I I HATS: 4/6, 6/6, 8/6, 10/6, 12/6, 14/6. t $ SHIRTS: .3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 6/11, 7/11, 8/11. j f SOX & TOSS: 1 A, 1/6, 1/11, 2/11. , 1 | SHOES: 6/11, 8/ll, 9/11, 12/6, 14/6. ' - «- ? .________. ? ? t % ? — ? : : ^ I DONT FORGET— - I SATISFACTION ALWAYS OR MONEY REFUNDED AT ] I Pat Maguire's Bargain Shop ] I 25 KINCHORN ST., NOWRA [Next Schofiefd's] \

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

FISHING CLUB i ? o ? r (By Publicity Officer). Owing to adverse weather condi tions, the club outing to Wreck Bay has been postponed from last Sunday, until the committee decides on Wed nesday night just where the next out ing is to be held. Members are requested to watch the notice board in case it is decided to hold an outing next Sunday. They are also asked to hand their names to the secretary, or any of the commit teemen, so as outings and competi tions can be conducted for the rod fishermen, thus allowing the rod men to compete for the 'John Dory' cham pionship cup.

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NOWRA GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

N0WRA60LFOIIB V Those few players who disregarded, weather warnings and started in .the monthly medal last Saturday decided to abandon the competition after playing seven holes. It was literally a washout. A secret nine is set down for play next Saturday. Following its usual custom, the committee is leaving most Sundays free during the hot months. There will be no official event on Sunday next.

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

$*^ 82 I f tanUunmi §taw j | 16 Pages. I , £ rublishcd Every Wednesday. | ', » Terms of Subscription: if j '.'? per Year (In advance) 10/- S j g Per Quarter (in advance) 3/- g j P Per Quarter (booked) ? 4/- \i ! £ Single Copy, 3d. | 'UiwHiimiiamuiiiimauMnimiaiMitiimiaiiwiiiiniDniiiiimHanim^ MORISON S BUTCHERY ! Junction Street, Nowra | WISHES TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC OP NOWRA AND | DISTRICT THAT ALL PRICES ON BEEF, MUTTON, | LAMB, &c, WILL BE RUTHLESSLY SLASHED ON AND ! FROM DECEMBER 1st. OUR ORDERMEN WILL CON- | ? i I TINUE TO CALL FOR ORDERS, WHICH WILL BE | i DELIVERED AS IN THE PAST WITH NO EXTRA CHARGE. g ! ? . : ? I | Ring Phone 13 for | I Cash and Carry Prices with Service I ! I aiiiiimiioimiiiiiiitJiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiciiim ? iiaiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiaiitiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiDiiiiuiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiitiin,; I 'VALENTINE'S' - (LATE BEEHIVE) i \ For Higher Quality and Lower Prices i - Our Stock is Carefully Selected with a view of giving ou...

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

CURRARONG .&..... .......... , (Prom Our Own Correspondent). There was excellent fishing at C.uf rarong on Sunday, all parties getting their share. Schnapper predominated, Mr. Mulhall scoring the biggest fish, : ' ' : weighing 191b. ?'.???? r*v ♦ ? ? ?-'' : Mr. Mulhall has been staying at Currarong for a fortnight, and has had splendid fishing ail through. ' ~ \ * * ? '?'??'? ? '* .?''??.-. Mrs. Kennedy returned on Saturday after spending a week among the city stores. weeK-enamg, at currarong : this week, accompanied by Mr. H. Mackin, was Mr. B. Jolly, of Hurstville. A most enterprising citizen of that district, Mr. Jolly is just returned from an ex tensive tour of the 'world. ? ? ?? ' «,?;?*. Mr. and Mrs. Collins, of Woilongong, ' are spending three weeks at Mrs. Peel's guest house. Also Mr. and Mrs. McEwan, of Btrathfleld. ? ? * * * ' Sergeant James and family arrived from Sydney on Sunday, bringing a~ motor boat with them: We hope IVftv James will follow in the steps of t...

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

NOTES (By 'Niblick'). The action of the committee in cut ting out competitions on occasional Sundays during the slack season should encourage players to perfect their match play technique. This ancient form of the grand old game is more free-and-easy and friendly than the ? new-fangled fights against figures over a full round and against a whole field. There is every induce ment and encouragement to become familiar with the rules of the game, urHJ/»Vi mav tie In f/irnroforl K1-kai-aliir ni- otherwise (according to the tempera ment of the playing paid) without affecting anyone else. Then, for those who love an argument and delight to raise their voices in dispute, there is a fruitful field for friendly fighting if it is agreed, for a start, to play strict ly to the rules. Interesting and in structive. Again there is serious talk of the Royal and Ancient committee of St. Andrew's adopting the larger Ameri can ball with the object of reducing the possible length of the drive. It would ...

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

MUNICIPALITY OF NOWRA jyjR. REUBEN KING wishes to public ly thank those electors of the Muni cipality who accorded him such a magnificent vote on Saturday last, this magnificent vote being recorded notwithstanding the combined oppo sition-of the retiring members of the old Council and the 'Advertiser' thrown in. Mr. King appreciates the confidence i expressed, and thanks you most heartily. CAMBEWARRA SHIRE 1 wish to sincerely thank those elec tors of 'B' Riding who accorded me their support on Saturday last,, and to congratulate the successful candidates on their election. T. J. PRIDDLE. NOTICE FOR CLAIMS.— IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES— Probate Jurisdiction. — In the Estate of ALEXANDER BAIN CONDIE, late of Cabbage Tree Creek, Nowra, in the State of New South Wales, Pensioner, deceased, Intestate. TAKE NOTICE THAT all. persons having claims against the Estate of the abovenamed deceased must ren der the same in detail to the under- i signed on or before the thirtieth day j...

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MUNICIPALITY OF NOWRA TRIENNIAL ORDINARY ELECTION, 4th DECEMBER, 1937. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

MUMCIPilUTX4)F NOWRA TRIENNIAl^ ORDMARY ELECTION, ? 4th DECEMBER, 1937. Declaration of the Poll. ALDOUS, Alfred Thomas ? 610 BENNETT, Charles John ? 582 BENNEY, Richard Henry ? 542 GILBERT, Leonard Francis .... 472 HEINS, Walter Edwin ? 360 KING, Reuben ? 717 LEATHEAM, John Athol ? 787 McDONALD, John Richard .... 477 MORISON, Frederick Mart .... 601 OKE, Charles Henry ? 536 O'KEEFFE, Paul Melville ? 671 RUPRECHT, Alexander Theodore 255 RYAN, Francis Patrick ? 708 STEWART, John Oliver Diack 535 THOMPSON, Roy William ? 660 WATTS, James Ernest Rufus '.... 562 WEST, Percy Seymour ? 483 Informal Votes ? % 43 I therefore declare the following persons duly elected as Aldermen of the Municipality of NOWRA for the ensuing triennial period, in accord ance with the provisions of the Local Government Act: Alfred Thomas Aldous, Charles John Bennett, Reuben King, John Atho! Leatheam, Frederick Mark Morison, Paul Melville O'Keeffe, Francis Pat rick 'Ryan, Roy William Thompson, James Ernest Rufus W...

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

FISH SCALES (By 'John Dory'). Toby Bevan and Harry Woods are still doing some steady fishing at night time on the Bolong Flats and around Grant's Rocks with very good results, landing some very fine bream and an occasional jewy. There is a little difference of opinion among some of the local anglers as to the best method of rig ging the line for catching bream. Some say that the 'picker's doom' is the best sinker to use, allowing the . line to float away from the boat, with hook and bait attached, for about fifteen to twenty- yards, then dropping the 'picker's doom' sinker overboard, thus allowing the bait to cover a very large swing with the tide. Others say use a running sinker about three or four feet above the hook; while very few fancy the Sydney method of a split shot about an inch above the hook. The latter may be on account of the fairly strong tide that runs in this river, but all the leading breamers of the .city and elsewhere vouch for its superiority. ?' That keen angler...

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

BOMADERRY (From Our Own Correspondent). The sounds of election battle in Hay Ward- have died away, and Messrs. Chittick, Grimes, and Read have been elected. There was a lot of cross-voting, and some heartburn ings. Mr. Chittick got more than his share of Bomaderry votes, due to the fact that a small number of Boma derry people had Read and Shepherd 'in the gun,' The hard part to un derstand is why this self same crowd who are always crying out that they do not get a fair deal from the Berry Council, should have fought against Bomaderry men, and both Read and Shepherd are well known Bomaderry men. * * * * The hall is finished, and has been visited by dozens* of outsiders, who have pronounced it a splendid job. The great difficulty has been the fin ancing of the undertaking, and when some of the former guarantors pulled out it left ths burden a heavy one to carry. The band rostrum, with its sounding canopy, is a feature of the hall, there not being a similar one on the coast. * * ? * ...

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

§ SHIP YOUR GOODS BY g g STEAMER . p | ILLAWARRA CO.'S STEAMERS | | LEAVE SYDNEY FOR NOWRA § 1 EVERY THURSDAY I || Further particulars from Local »8 52 Agent,. R. Elyard, 'Phone 5, or j| If ? THE ? || I ILLAWARRA & SOUTH COAST | I STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD. | | HEAD OFFICE: J |, 57 DAY ST., SYDNEY - J§ I Postal Address: Box 81 CC, G.P.O. p I Telephone : M 4041 ? (3 Lines). §

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THE UTE MR. "LES" PATTERSON [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

THE LATE MR. 'LES' PATTERSON   Never before have the people of Shoalhaven experienced such a shock as that which was felt on Saturday night when the tragic news was cir- culated that Mr. L. A. Patterson, CPS. had been found dead in his office under particularly distressing circumstances. It appears that Mrs. Patterson, on attending at the polling booth, ascertained that her husband had not voted, and believing that he , would be at the Diggers' Hall, where a children's Xmas tree was being held, enlisted the aid of Mr. John Stewart,   a close personal friend, to make in-   quiries. Mr. Stewart was unable to glean any information, and knowing that Mr. Patterson had not been in 1he best of health for some time, feared that he might have collapsed   in his office. With Constable Russell,   he effected an entry, and both were   horrified to find Mr. Patterson dead,   with a wound in the head. The s...

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