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OBITUARY THE LATE MRS. MOON [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 8 December 1937

OBItCIARY THE LAXE ftlRS. MOOJJ . The death took place on Friday last, at the home of -her . daughter (Mrs. John Rossen, of Huskisson), of Mrs. Moon, at the grand old age of 90 years. The late Mrs. Moon was a native of Newcastle, but came to Shoalhaven when only 4 years of age, with her parents, who settled atTer ara, where the subject of this notice was confirmed in the old parish church. She was a member of the well-known and pioneer Bennett family, her father being a brother or the late Mr. C. Bennett, father or Aid. ; C. J. Benneft. As a young woman she . . i accepted an engagement with Mr. E. 1 S. Hall, then the leading Milton store- '? keeper, as milliner and dressmaker. I While there she married the late Mr. : Harry Moon, and went to live at UUa dulla, where she resided until the ; death of. her husband, about 34 years ago. Mrs. Moon then went to live with her daughter at \ Huskisson, where she had remained till the time of her death, and from whom she re- i ceived every atte...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

! W. J. Egan 1 I S g BERRY STREET « p ft. i =? 1 FARM MACHINERY | I PRODUCE § i g g HARDWARE g | ? g I WATCH FOR FUTURE «? Hi ANNOUNCEMENT ?? I GOLD ^^^LE.^^^^^i ? ^iiiP8!^ A NEW 'A\\ REFRIGERATOR \J\ \/ A new PALING REFRIGERATOR offers -^L--l * you oil the latest improvements — inter- *itl\^5 ' lor ''9^*'n9- spacious sliding shelves, » tVf'1^ V*^ t better ice-cube boxes, 'real vegetable \ iftTO \3 **' ?* v&W* crispers, faster freezing, push-pull doors, v w*^*** v1?iw * broom-high legs, and many other supsr \lt»»* 'of features, at no extra cost. In eco nomical operation it helps to keep your »rs Satisfying *o Know that PALING Re- household expenses down to a minimum frigeraiofs ere Delivered ond Instated Free ... as ice-bills cease and milk, meat, fruit. Guaranteed 72 months . . . Obtainable in sizes greens, end other table commodities to suit every Home, hoiel. guest-house, or shop k doliciously fresh until needed. Be ... 99 doys free sarvice. r , , ' , . , , ^ j prepared f...

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CRICKET PYREE v. ALL SAINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

CRICKET FYREE v. ALL SAINTS With a hot westerly wind blowing, this panic was continued last Satur day, und aroused keen interest, there bi'iiie many enthusiasts of both sides present, including a big percentage of ladies. Not out batsman Ted Ryan was accompanied to the wicket by Les McDonnell, who scored 1 off Hewlett, bin Ryan was out 2 balls later, being caught, by Monaghan off Hewlett for 18 lii-s last week's tally. L. McKenzie followed, to aaci l irom smitn. mc DuniM'll attempted to hit Hewlett out of ihe ground, but was well caught by Monro on the boundary. Two wickets had fallen for 2 runs. Skipper Calnes came in, but only added 1 when he was beautifully caught by Barron off Smith. Four runs were added to last week's total, and 9 were down for 127. Bill Mi-Bride was last man. All bowlers consider they know Bill's weakness, and Smith sent down a fast yorker, which was driven for 2. McKenzie now adopted aggressive tactics, and hit Hewlett for 6, 4. 2, and 1; and Mc Bride collect...

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WELCOME & CONGRATULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

WELCOME & CONGRATULATIONS ? o ? At the Nowra Council meeting, on Monday night, the Mayor -Ald. Ryan) said that as that was the first meet ing, he would like to take the oppor tunity of congratulating those mem bers of the retiring Council who had been re-elected, and also of welcom ing the new aldermen. He did not look upon Aid. Bennett altogether as a new man, as he was really the first one of those present to occupy a seat in the Nowra Council. He Uhe Mayor? felt a little bit sad at losing some of his old colleagues, but that was the fortune of war. He had no doubt that the newly-elected aldermen would give valuable assistance in the deliberations of the Council. Aid. Morison thanked the Mayor for his welcome, and assured him that the new aldermen would do their best to further the interests of the rate payers and the municipality. Aid. Bennett said he was particular ly pleased to hear the Mayor's re marks. Owing to the hostility that had been aroused over the election, he...

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SOUTH SHOALHAVEN COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

SOUTH SHOALHAVEN COUNCIL A meeting of the above Council was held on Monday afternoon, there be ing present— Aid. D. V. Boyd (Mayor),. C J. Bennett, N. Emery, Wm, Ryan. W. Morison, M. Ryan, J, Watts, and M. Bice. CONGRATULATIONS The Mayor congratulated the mem bers of the old Council on again tak ing their seats at the table, and ex tended a welcome 10 aiq. Morg ityan. While regretting the retirement of Aid. McLean, the Mayor said that Aid. M. Ryan had proved himself a worthy citizen, having taken a promi nent part in all public matters over a long period. Aid. Ryan thanked the Mayor for his welcome. He also regretted the circumstances under which he enter ed the Council, seeing that it was owing to the retirement of Aid. Mc Lean. However, he hoped to be able to follow in Aid. McLean's footsteps, and he would serve the ratepayers to the best of his ability. COMMITTEES The Mayor and Aid. W. Watts and W. Ryan were appointed as Works and Finance Committees. DATE OF MEETING The first Thu...

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T. BASHA & SONS A PROGRESSIVE FIRM [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

T. BASHA & SONS A PROGRESSIVE FIRM The old saying that 'mighty oaks from little acorns grow' is well illus trated in the case of Basha's, of Jtfow ra. Thirty-five years ago Mr. T. Basha arrived in this district, and commenced business as a draper in a very small way. Gradually building up the business and improving the premises to cope with the everin Licaoing tiauc, i*uc 111x11 xitxo yiugicoo~ ed to such an extent that their em porium is now one of the biggest on the South Coast. Since the change-over from T. Basha to T. Basha and Sons, many new and modern ideas have been put into practice. Amongst the latest in novations in this connection is the in stallation of island counters, the last word in shop equipment. Here are displayed to the best advantage, and affording patrons a close inspection, a most comprehensive assortment of ladies' hosiery and mercery. Six thousand square feet of floor space are divided into ^separate de partments, comprising Furniture and Furnishings...

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NOWRA COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

NOWRA COUNCIL ' ? . ? Tk . __ ? The first meeting of the newly elected Council was held on Monday night. The full Council— Aid. Ryan (Mayor), Leatheam, King, Morison, O'Keeffe, Aldous, Watts, Bennett, and Thompson — was present. RETURNING-OFFICER'S REPORT The returning-officer submitted his ; report in connection with the election. | Several instances of dual voting (ac- i ?' cording to the marking of the rolls) were indicated, but satisfactory ex planations were offered. Aid. Morison said that quite a lot of names had been omitted from the roll. CORRESPONDENCE From F. S. Goodsell, asking for re ference under the seal of the Coun cil. — Aid. King said that two years ago Council had threatened to cancel Goodsell's contract. Mr. Carrali (health inspector) said that was so, but he had since given every satis faction. — The request was granted, on motion by the Mayor and Aid. Aldous. From William Dowling, Falls Creek, asking if Council would co-operate with Clyde Shire in effecting repa...

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AT CROSS PURPOSES CHARTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

AT CROSS PURPOSES r CHARTER XXXII. !?-?'' -?* Maggie ireftASied to the mill later that day, but she failed to find Mark there. Nor did she find him when, after closing the offices, she returned home. 'I'm through!' he had said last night. Had he kept to his word? She was alone in the house now, for a mysterious telegram had come, call ing her uncle to Manchester in the afternoon. It was at six o'clock that a servant came to tell her that her husband had returned home. 'He has gone to thy uncle's study,' added the girl, and Maggie, head high, face grim, eyes blazing, went to her victory. But was this Mark, this strange, hunched figure that sat in a chair by the window, his shoulders bowed? 'I thought, as you were not at the mill to-day, you had gone to fulfil your threat of last night,' Maggie said, her tone bearing the ring of battle. He did not speak. 'A pity,' she said, 'that you appear to have lost a tongue that last night was so eloquent. You will remember calling my uncle 'thie...

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NEW ALDERMAN FINED ALD. THOMPSON IS NOT PRESENT, BUT LATER OFFERS EXPLANATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

NEW ALDERMAN FINED ALD. THOMPSON IS NOT PRESENT, BUT LATER OFFERS EXPLANATION The special meeting of Nowra' Coun- cil, called for Monday night, for the election of Mayor, was a 'call' meet ing, which means that any alderman absenting himself without a reason able excuse rendered himself liable to a penalty not exceeding £2. At the conclusion of the meeting Aid. Leatheam drew attention to the fact that Aid. Thompson was not present, and had not forwarded any | apology or explanation of his absence. Aid. Leatheam drew attention to the mandatory nature of the penalty clause, and asked what the Council proposed to do about it? Aid. King said that at that juncture he did not favor taking any action, as the absence of Aid. Thompson might be a matter of life and death. The Mayor suggested waiting until they heard the reason of Aid. Thomp son's absence. Aid. Leatheam said as a matter of courtesy to the Council some explana tion should have been offered. Aid. Bennett said that it was pos sib...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

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P. & C. ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

P. & C. ASSOCIATION At the monthly meeting of the I Nowra Parents and Citizens' Associa- ' tion, at the I.H. School on Wednesday night, the President (Rev. J. H. G. Auld, B.A.) and secretary (Mrs. Auld) j tendered their resignations, owing to ' their projected departure from the district in consequence of the rev. gentleman having accepted an unani mous call to take charge of the parish ol Maroubra, a rising suburb in Syd ney, and that being the last meeting of the Association before their depar ture from Nowra. Mr. Auld, in making the announce ment, expressed his regret at severing his connection with the Association, with which he had been associated for many years, always with the most cordial relations with members as a private member and as president. He felt that his call to church service in another sphere should be accepted in the interests of his family, and con sequently had accepted the call, and | would be leaving Nowra early in Feb- j ruary. There being no meeti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

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THE AMBULANCE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

THE AMBULANCE ? ^_/— — — — — ^ i The usual monthly meeting of the , committee was held at the station on , Wednesday night last. ' There were present — Drs. Ryan , - President), Rodway, and Thompson, j Messrs. J. Carrall, F. Wilson, W. Schu- ' back, T. Patterson, L. Hollins. j The secretary (Mr. W. Dalton) re ported that the following benefits had been organised in the outlying cen v. v..j. — juio. v/iuicu anu muies oi iva.ii garoo Valley, £35/3/6; Mrs. C. Hall and Mr. c. Ginns (Bolong first-aid class), £io/4/-; ladies' committee and Younger Set, £7/5/-; Mr. Jarrett (Bar rengarry P. and C. Association), £1/ 14/2. The secretary was instructed to con vey the thanks of the committee to those ladies and gentlemen who had organised functions and assisted to raise funds on behalf of the service. The secretary reported as follows lor the month of November: Acci dents, 7; transports, 34; treated at station, 20; total cases, 61. Miles travelled; No. 1, 259; No. 2, 435; Pon ' i2n9c: or£an*sin...

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NATURE NOTES (Contributed). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

NATURE NOTES (Contributed). Last week we stood In imagination on ;in anrirnt coast line where Nowra now is .situated. It was a very long linn1 aso. in the Permo-Carboniferous era, And during portion of that era ; thi'ie was an ice age in action. We could soo icebergs out at sea drifting northwards, and as they melted, they dropped their burden of stones and pebbles that they had collected when ; ilicy wore pieces of a glacier that de- | M-fiided into the sea further south. | This Permo-Carboniferous ice age '? li:id nothing to do with the recent ice a!;o that one hears so much about, ? iiiid whose traces are so plentifully in ? evidence in northern and southern : laiitudes. That one was only a mere lon.ODO or .so years ago— just a matter nr vi'.shTdny in the history of the eari.li. The one we are discussing was a thousand times more remote, and a map of the world of those times would probably bear no resemblance to a prr.sent-day map. That, however, ancient though it be. was not. th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR MUM What more ideal and practical gift than one which ends the pain of agonising rheumatism, neuritis, scia tica, lumbago or gout. R.U.R., the money-back guarantee Remedy. Free booklet with full particulars obtain able from VALENTINE'S & HEWLETT'S PHARMACY, NOWRA

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COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

COUNTRY WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the Nowra Nowra branch of the C.W.A. was held ai Dip rooms, Berry-street, on Tues- ' day last. There was a very large at-, tendance, and the President (Mrs. M. ? j Molony » was in the chair. | The meeting opened with the National Anthem, after which the President asked the company to stand „,,* ,if i-nsn-v»f. in t.hp memnrv nf t.hi* late Mr. Les. Patterson. Mrs. Molony , referred feelingly to the sad occur- i rence. and to the help always so free- ! ly rendered to all local causes by Mr. ! Patterson. i Tlie sympathy of the meeting was ' ?also extended to Mrs. Gowans, who j recently suffered bereavement by the ' death of her mother. In extending a welcome to Mrs. Johnson (President of the South Coast Group and also of the Bega branch -. Mrs. Molony stated that they were pleased indeed to have that lady with them at their annual meet ing. Mrs. Johnson thanked Mrs. Molony und the local branch for their cordial welcome. Sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

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DISTRICT COUNCIL P. & C. ASSOCIATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

DISTRICT COUNCIL P. & C. ASSOCIATIONS ? n ? The quarterly meeting of the Shoal- ) haven District Council P. and C. As sociations was held in the Literary Institute, Pyree, on Thursday night, the President (Mr. H. Rauch) in the chair. Delegates were present from \ Nowra, Pyree, Numbaa, Terara, Boma derry, Berry, Toolijooa, and Fox ground. The chairman extended a welcome to the delegates. Berry delegates brought up the mat t*-r nf hus chare** for students attend ing the Intermediate High School in Nowra, and Mrs. Auld, delegate to the Federation, said she had brought the matter, previously discussed, before the last quarterly meeting and also before Mr. Harkness, chief inspector. The latter gentleman stated that the Department could not grant any bus proprietors an allowance for trans port. Mr. Hough (Berry) pointed out that in cases where children travelled over three miles to attend school a deoartmental allowance of 5d per day to 'cover cost of transport was granted, and he...

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