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

The . . Garden (By Our Special Gardening Expert). Zinnias are amongst the best natured of all our summer flowering annuals, asking little in the way of attention, and providing us witlv a display of color in tonings which leave nothing to be desired. Even on poor soils zinnias are capable of putting up quite a pleasing display, but it is where a little, extra attention is ?nnirl tn £he- »M£mmMnC flnri mltJVfl.til'lf? of the soil that these colorful flowers are seen at their best. The blooms of dahlia-flowered zinnias are extra large, of beautiful form, and most in tense coloring. They cause one to marvel at the improyement made on the insignificant size and harsh metallic hues which were the best that could be expected of zinnias at one time. Nowadays, the colors are clear and pure. They also cover a very wide range, and it is possible to procure separate shades of primrose, lavender, pale rose, golden yellow, orange yel low, deep rose, purple, scarlet, and wKite. Wherever large bed...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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NOWRA v. NUMBAA NUMBAA.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

NOWEA v. NUMBAA NUMBAA.— 1st Innings. A. Bice, c Dent, b Wiley ? 94 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, b Evison ? 45 j A. Buchan, b Evison ? 35 R. Fraser, b Dent ...' ? 3 B. Murphy, b Dent ? 0 L. Murphy, not out ? 13 C. Bevan, b Dent ? 3 Sundries ? 13 ; Total ? 247 Bowling: Dent, 3-58; R. Evison, 3-51; R. Jennings, 0-25; F. Wiley, 2-74; P. West, 2-19; H. Herd, 0-7. NOWRA.— 1st Innings. B. Kirkpatrick, b Bice ? 31 P. Woodhill, lbw, b Bice ... ? 13 | F. Ison, lbw, b Evison ? 2 ; C. Dent, h.o.w., b Evison ? 23 A. Chapman, c Buchan, b Evison 45 j R. Evison, b Fraser ? 5 . H. Herd, not out ? 13 F. Wiley, lbw, b Bice ? 22 P. West, c sub., b Bice ? 9 l R. Jennings, b Evison ? 13 j Sundries ? 11 ? Nine wickets for ? 187 I Drawn game.

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

Conscription (BY 'FREELANCE'). 'Breathes there the man with soul so dead Who never to himself has said, 'This is my own, my native land.' ' In order to discredit the Lyons Gov ernment, Mr. Beasley told Australia that it was Mr. Lyons' intention to in troduce conscription. To a great many of us conscription is an ugly word; and to the man who has not thnncht, the matter out. the idea of conscription is as welcome to him as a creaking chair to a pair of lovers, or the gift of a pig farm to a Jew, with the proviso that he must work it. When Mr. McGowan, who helped to make the Labor party and was one of its staunchest friends, advocated con- . scription, the Labor crowd crucified i him. We all remember the triumphant regime of Billy Hughes as Labor Prime Minister during the war. He was looked upon by the whole world — and rightly so—as one of the ablest men in the allied cause, and the hosannas ! of the Labor rank and file were heard throughout the land. 'This,' they cried, 'is the Mose...

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INCREASING THE YIELDS OF MILK AND BUTTER-FAT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

INCREASING THE YIELDS OF MILK AND BUTTER-FAT Norco Ltd. issued the following cir cular to suppliers last month, which emphasises the necessity to be pre pared to successfully compete at home and on the world's markets. The sug gestions apply with equal force to South Coast producers:— The need to increase the yield per acre farmed is a problem of grave im port to North Coast dairy farmers. This includes the carrying capacity of the land farmed as well as the pro- '. durtion per cow milked. j Three things are required as a base I on which to do this, viz: (a) Better ! feeding and fodder supplies; (b) bet ter breeding, good pure bred produc tion certificated bulls, strict culling out of low producing cows; (c) testing ' and recording each cow milked for { butter-fat. I To-day there are only one-third of I the dairy herds in New South Wales with pure bred bulls. The production of butter-fat per cow tested has not altered very much in the last six years. In 1931 it was 1601b, and in 193...

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

ASHCROFT S fXMAS! XMAS!: I Only TEN DAYS to XMAS | X Wonderful Display of Xmas Cards % X and Xmas Novelties. % J- Queensland Mulga Wood. |- % Fancy Stationery. Cyclops Toys. % ^ All kinds of Books and Periodicals. X I SHOP NOW! I i #H(10FrS I I Junction Street, Nowra I BERK1ALINE BREAD Pure Appetising Easy to Digest Delicious The Richest Parts of the Wheat for Energy. The finest Extract of Malt for Digestibility and Extra Nourishment. Obtainable only from West's Nowra Bakery BERRY STREET Phone 9S. | SHIP YOUR GOODS BY || if STEAMER 1 1 I ILLAWARRA CO.'S STEAMERS | 1 LEAVE SYDNEY FOR NOWRA | | EVERY THURSDAY | $ Further particulars from Local % |s Agent, R. Elyard, 'Phone 5, or -| | THE % | ILLAWARRA & SOUTH COAST g I STEAM NAVIGATION CO., LTD. | SS '$ || HEAD OFFICE: 2j $ 57 DAY ST., SYDNEY p P Postal Address: Box 81 CC, G.P.O. ts is Hi |s Telephone: M 4041 (3 Lines). | ss ? 4 S-miiiiiiiioiiiiiimii[]iiiiimii:ic]|iiiiiiiiii![2M 3 I | MAKE A LAY-BYE NOW § 1 1 1 FOR THE CRICKET...

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JUNIOR FARMERS' FIELD DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

JUNIOR FARMERS' FIELD DAY ? n_ ? The annual field day and competi tions of the Junior Farmers' Glubs in the Shoalhsven district was held at the Berry Boys' Welfare Farm on Wednesday last. There was a good attendance of members of the various district clubs, as also a fair muster of adults. The weather in the forenoon was fine, though cloudy, but in the afternoon rain fell and a heavy thun derstorm interfered with the outside operations. Mr. G. McGillivray, as sistant herdmaster of the Department of Agriculture, gave a demonstration of cattle judging, and in this depart ment James Henry, one of the junior farmers who recently visited England to compete in cattle judging at the Royal Society's show at Wolverhamp ton, gave interesting particulars of the manner in which he and his col- : leagues from Australia carried out their work at the Old Country's big exhibition, and briefly touched upon j their travels. Mr. H. F. Hart, depart- ; mental poultry expert, also gave a demonstration of...

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ALD. BOYD RE-ELECTED [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

ALD. BOYD RE-ELECTED ?* At the South Shoalhaven Council meeting, on Monday, the Mayoral al lowance for the ensuing term was fixed at £15, on motion by Aid. Wm. Ryan and Aid. W. Morison. There was only one nomination for the position of Mayor — that of Aid. D. V. Boyd— which was signed by all the aldermen present. The Mavor-filRrt said that, hp wish ed to thank his fellow-aldermen for then* renewal of confidence. He took it as an honor to be again elected to the position of first citizen, but he thought that, all being farmers, and each member of the Council having the necessary time and ability, the position should go round. In some Council's there was one man of out standing ability, specially qualified for the position of Mayor; but that did not apply to South Shoalhaven. He thanked the aldermen for their un animous nomination, and trusted that the coming year would be as happy and as productive of results as had the last term. There was a consider able amount of money outstanding...

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BERRY v. BOMADERRY BERRY.—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

BERRY v. BOMADERRY BERRY.— 1st Innings. C. Turner, b Jones ? 9 A. Agar, lbw, b ColJis ? 48 E. Turner, b Oke ? , ? 48 L. Henry, c Collis, b McGuire .... 70 N. Henry, c Ingram, b Oke ? 0 R. Crump, b Oke ? ? 6 T. Lidbetter, not out ? 0 J. Higgins, b Oke ? -S H. Mannell, c Williamson, b Oke 6 H. Watson, b McGuire ? 1 L. Gillam, c McGuire, b Oke ? 4 Sundries .... ? .... 32 Total ? ? 223 BOMADERRY.— 1st Innings. V. Williamson, c Turner, b Mannell 22 M. Hawke, b Mannell ? 23 J. Ingram, b Henry ? 16 R. McGuire, lbw, b Watson ? 7 E. Collis, c Lidbetter, b Higgins ... 11 L. Oke, b Higgins ? 20 H. Thurgate, c Turner, b Crump 4 D. Jones, c Gillam, b Higgins .... 6 E. Williamson, c Crump, b Higgins 10 C. Carter, not out ? 5 J. Jones, absent ? 0 Sundries ? 5 Total ? 129 Berry won on the first innings by 94 runs. Following is the position of the teams in the A grade competition at the end of the first round: — Numbaa, 44; Pyree, 41; Wandandian, 41; Berry, 33; All Saints, 33; Nowra, 29; Boma derry,...

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UNIVERSITY TUTORIAL CLASSES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

UNIVERSITY TUTORIAL CLASSES ? O ? At the quarterly meeting of the Shoalhaven District Council of Par ents and Citizens' Associations, at Pvree, on Thursday night, a letter -?/as read urging support for a move ment to have Uniyers'ty Tutorial Classes re-established. Prior to the Impression these educational courses were very popular, especially in coun try centres, bfit owing to the shrink age of public funds, they were sus pended, The cost was only some £600 odd, and it was suggested that Uni vers'ty professors might now be made available to carry out tutorial classes '?n rural districts where young men desired to improve their education in regard to scientific, social, and eco nomic subjects. Several of the As sociation delegates spoke warmly in support of the proposal, and a resolu tion was carried, asking the Federa tion to take up the matter with a view to having the scheme revived. The District Council pledged itself to arrange for tutorial classes to be established if the Depa...

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

TfiUff l|I T^^l-IirC! MOTOR BODY BUILDER. PHONE 42. J1.1V1. iX ^JVJa1.J!4^ trimming, upholstering, duco-spraying. 24 KINGHORN ST., NOWRA high-class work — expert workmen.

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SEVENTH SUCCESSIVE TERM ALD. RYAN RE-ELECTED MAYOR OF NOWRA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

SEVENTH SUCCESSIVE TERM ? yj ? ALD. RYAN RE-ELECTED MAYOR OF NOWRA At a special meeting of the Nowra Council, on Monday night, to fix the Mayoral allowance, Aid. Leatheam moved that the allowance be £35 — an increase of £10 on last year. He said that 12 months ago he had opposed an increase, but they all knew that during that term the Mayor had been put to considerable expense, and this year there would be a number of functions that would involve him in extra outlay. Aid. King seconded the motion, in consideration of the many known calls that would be made on the Mayor. The motion was carried unanimous ly. There was only one nomination for the position of Mayor— that of Aid. Ryan, who was thereupon declared elected. The nomination paper was signed by Aid. Leatheam, Watts, and Aldous. The Mayor said he wished to thank the aldermen for re-electing him to the honorable position of Mayor of Nowra. He had been privileged to hold the position for some years, and the fact that he had been ...

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

I A CHRISTMAS GIFT I I n SUGGESTION | -| Send along the name and ad-|- xdress and we will forward thej- -|'Shoalhaven News' direct to yourl |-absent friend for either three, sixj| xor twelve months, as directed. x % The subscription rates are 10/-& f-per year or 3/- per quarter (in|- ^advance). % MARRIOT & OLIVER SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS & NOTARY PUBLIC (Commissioners for Affidavits). JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA AUTCAMPERS* SUPPLIES — — AT— — FRANK ALLEN'S HUSKISSON j OYSTER SUPPERS A SPECIALITY J— ? : .. ? .. . .... , ...'..

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

ROXY THEATRE ? r\ ? What the stage and screen has al ways needed (and never had) to make a dramatic masterpiece out of Mark Twain's immortal yarn called 'The Prince and the Pauper,' was a pair of identical twins — a couple of young sters about 12 years old who looked so much alike that even their mother couldn't say off-hand which was which. At last just such a pair has been found — and used in the Warner Bros.' film version of 'The Prince and the Pauper,' showing at the Roxy Theatre to-night and to-morrow night. They are Billy and Bobby Mauch, and they play the title roles in the Twain literary classic. Teaming Robert Young and Flor ence Rice for the third time, 'Mar- ried Before Breakfast' will be the supporting feature to-night and to morrow night. A brilliant cast, an excellent story, and superb direction, well spiced with action, comedy, and tense drama, combine to make of 'Exclusive,' com ing to the Roxy Theatre on Friday and Saturday, one of the season's real hit films. , Usi...

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

FISHING CLUB tBy Publicity Officer), The committee of the above club , ,v--\ it Mr A. Stuckey's saloon on Wednesday last, at 8 p.m. The Presi dent Mr '-^'G Molony, was in the cMir while the following committee men were present: Messrs. R. Esling ,hon secretary), D. Hughes, H. Lui-'lHDii W. Lees. Alf Stuckey, J. Campbell. H. Dignam, G. Facer. An apology was received from Mr. Bui ' ' Before the business of the meeting ...... ,-..,, u mini i.ho pnmmil.l.PG stood in respect to their late member, Mr. Los Patterson, on the motion of the The following were admitted to the dub as members: E. Baxter. E. Rob erts K Hanson, W. Quinn, R. Selby. li was reported to the committee bv the members who attended the j ^FA sm^ko in Sydney that that, bi'dy wa.s willing and only too glad to ?irrept the invitation of the Nowra FishiivA Club to attend an outing with the locals on the river at an early date. Hod fishermen members are re quested to hand in their names to H. Laimhton. so that the committee can...

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AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS ? . r\ In conversation with a representa tive of this paper, Mr. 'Jim' Priddle, who will shortly leave Beaumont to live in retirement at Berry, discoursed interestingly on the developments that have taken place in Cambewarra Shire since he first became a member of the Council fifteen years ago. At that time, rates and Government sub sidy on the annual revenue were the only sources of income. The free grants and 50-50 loans that were later available were unheard of in the early days, and consequently the powers of the Council in the matter of major road construction were very limited. Among Mr. Priddle's most valued possessions is a letter he re ceived from the then Archbishop of Sydney (the late Dr. Sumarez Smith), following a visit to Nowra and Kan garoo Valley, that tells of the altered conditions. The letter, which bears the date July 29th, 1910, stated: 'I want to thank you so much for your great kindness in driving me over from Nowra on Wednesday. I shall al...

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POST NOW CHRISTMAS GIFTS & GREETINGS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

POST NOW ? n ? CHRISTMAS GIFTS & GREETINGS Don't wait till Christmas to post greetings, POST NOW. The general increase in postal busi ness throughout the year, and tne heavy overseas postings which have already been despatched, indicate that local Christmas mails will be excep tionally heavy. The post office urges early posting sure delivery before Christmas. Gifts will be handled many times before de livery, and must be packed securely to avoid damage. Parcels containing perishable goods for delivery in Sydney must arrive not later than Friday, 24th December. Printed Christmas cards may be posted for Id each provided the flap of the envelope is not sealed. Letter rate of 2d per ounce applies when the envelope is sealed, even if the ends are slit open. Not more than five words of greeting may be written on. cards posted at the penny rate of postage. Address correctly and fully, pack and tie well. POST NOW. Gifts and greetings posted now may bear an endorsement, 'Do not open ...

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GREENWELL POINT WHARF [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

GREENWELL POINT WHARF . ? n ? At the South Shoalhaven Council meet'nR, on Mondav. a letter was to '??inri from the Maritime Service Board, drawing attention to the bad Fta^ of the Green well Point wharf, and asking that it be demolished, as it constituted a danger to shipping. A lone discussion followed. The 'Mer!: ^mfd that notb-nf further had I been heard in renly to the Council's request for an officer to prepare an estimate of the cost of a new wharr. He had, however, arranged that Mr. Bate should call on him on hJ-r way horn?, when he would fully explain the position and the wishes of the Council. Aid. M. Rvan asked if the, present '/harf was demolished, would Councir have to provide a new one? ^hp Clerk explained the negotia tion ° (hat hnd taken place with the object of getting an estimate of the cost of a new wharf; also that, being a oubl'c service, the Minister'.*! con sent would have to be secured before the wharf could be demolished. Aid. W. Ryan said the I.S.N. Co. did ...

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

GOLF ASSOCIATES The annual meeting of associates was held at the School of Arts on Thursday, 9th inst. Before commencing business, the President (Mrs. Templeton) feelingly referred to the death of Mr. L. A. Pat terson, and expressed sympathy with Mrs. Patterson and her daughter, those present standing in silence as a tribute of respect. The associates have come to the end of a very successful year, the trea surers report snowing a creuii. oai p.npp of £54/15/1. The secretary's report also showed that the club is working very satis fif*T-rily. everyone looking forward keeniv to the completion of the club house. Mrs. Hewlett was voted to the chair for the election of officers, which re sulted as follows: — Patroness, Mrs. A. m. Hardiman; President, Mrs. R. W. Thomson; vice-presidents, Mrs. Fraser, Mrs. Sutton. Mrs. Templeton, Mrs. Rauch; secretary. Mrs. Fraser; assist ant secretary, Miss Rolfe; treasurer, Miss Carter; handican manager, Mrs. Forrester; can tain, Miss Campbell; committe...

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KANGAROO VALLEY (From Our Own Correspondent). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

KANGAROO VALLEY 'From Our Own Correspondent). Kangaroo Valley successes in the Shoalhaven Tennis Association tour nament: B. Grade competition, K.V. team, 1st; A. GrM« ladies' doubles, Mrs. Allen. K.V.. and Miss Borrowdale. I Nowra. 1st: A Reserve Grade lades' ' singles. Miss E'leen A. Cullen. K.V.,' 1st: men's singles. Mr. D. Phipps, K.V., 1st: mixed doubles. Miss Cullen and | Mr. Phipns. K.V.. 1st: B. Grade ladies' s'ncles. Mrs. Reid, K.V.. 1st: mixed r»~ubles handicap, Mrs. Reid and Mr. w. Wai*^. As a result of the above wins ouite a number of trophies and cuns have come to the Valley. On Wednesday night a euchre rtartv and danc« was held in aid of the K.v. Light Horse troop. Ov, Fridnv nipht t.hs finoi of the euchre parties for the grand aggre Rate oriZRs (Barrsncarrv P. and C. As *---c'atfnn) was held at Barrengarry. 'T'h.e P^pregate winners w-^e — Ladies. Mrs. George Jarret 1st, Mrs. Cullen 2nd; Rents, Mr. W. Cox, sen.. 1st. Messrs. RtT. Goodfellow and Frank Sutler divided 2nd...

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

From 17 to 70, they all love these Xmas presents. All women, no matter what their age, love Charmosan cremes and powder. They are the best present you can give them, and when you can pur chase them packed in their gorgeous gift caskets, they are the most thrill inp present ever. The caskets are in three sizes . . . each size is made in six different colours, and each casket is cellophane wrapped. What a present . . . what quality ? . . what marvellous prices for the best cremes and powder in the World, packed in the loveliest of caskets. Men buy them in tens of thousands lor their womenfolk. And women also buy them in tens of thousands for their mothers, daughters, sisters, relatives and friends. Another thing, too ... Charmosan Xmas Gift Caskets are always 'cor- rect,' nothing can or will ever out mode them. Let's tell you more: — No. l casket contains a full sized box of Charmosan face powder and costs 2/6 over the counter. No. 2 casket contains a full sized box of Charmosan face ...

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