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

.- . --?;;- ? — .-?—-— T— — ? ? ? ? ? * MUNICIPAL NOTICES , 3WUNICIPALIT¥ OF BERRY fENpERS, endorsed as such, are in ' vited and will toe received up till 4 p.m. on Friday, 31st December, 1937. for the reconstruction of part of Swamp Road, Berry, in accordance ?with plans and specifications which may be inspected ' at the Council Chambers, Berry. Additional plans and specifications may be obtained from the Consulting Engmeer, J. S. 5 Gowans, Nowra, on payment of one , guinea. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A. E; CRAIG, Town Clerk. Council Chambers, Berry 8/12/37. | MUNICIPALITY OF , BERRY TENDERS, endorsed as such, are in vited and will be received up till Friday, 31st December, 1937, for the construction of a Seven (7) Span Tim ber Beam Bridge over Broughton Creek, Berry, in accordance with plans and specifications which may be inspected at the Council Chambers, Berry. Additional plans and specifi cations may be obtained from the Consulting Engineer, J. S. Gowan...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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FAMOUS BAND & REVUE COMING Y.A.L. BOYS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

FAMOUS BAND & REVUE COMING ? n ? ?#?' Y.AX. BOYS Those notable little performers, the Young Australia League boys, will pre sent their sparkling revue, 'On Top of the World,' at the School of Arts, Nowra, on Saturday next, 18th inst. The Band Magnificent, with 40 crackajack players, will give a start ling performance, presented in a mass of beautiful colors such as has never been seen before in Nowra. Patrons will be treated to snappy dialogue, side-splitting comedy, solo, vocal, and a feast of all too numerous to men tion star acts. Here are just a few of the high lights of this excellent combination: Derek Mawson is known as the boy with the golden voice, a winner of many prizes as a soloist. He also takes part in the sketches. Cecil Fitzgerald is a tap dancer par excellence. Ray Gicord plays in the band and takes many parts in the revue. He is a humorist of very high standard; his comedy is of the broader type, and brings roars of laughter from packed houses. Jason Finos ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HUSKISSON [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

HUSKISSON u ? (Prom Our Own Correspondent). On Friday night last the Rev! J. Auld, Presbyterian minister, held his farewell service in the Sunday school hall. After the service his weli wishers of the district presented him with a pair of xylonite clothes brushes. The annual prize presentation of the C. of E. Sunday school was held on Monday night. Before the pre sentation games were indulged in, and Concert items ranrtarwri hw t*»A nhil-4_ ren. Mrs. Settree, who has been a good church worker during her sojourn here, will shortly be leaving the dis trict, so Rev. Mr. King took the op portunity to say a. few suitable words of farewell and thanks for her sei vices rendered to the church and the children. ' i

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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WAGES TAX REBATE OF TAX IN RESPECT OF DEPENDENTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

WAGES TAX ? 0 ? REBATE OF TAX IN RESPECT OF DEPENDENTS For the information of employers and employees, the Commissioner of Taxation has furnished the following information: — The attention of all employers and employees is drawn to the amendment of the provisions of the Special In come and Wages Tax (Management) Act, 1936-37, relating to the furnish ing of declarations by employees claiming a rebate of tax in respect of dependents. In r.nnseauenr.p' nf the amendment. certain instructions contained on the declaration form will no longer have effect. The rebate of tax applies in respect of wages paid on or after 1st Decem ber, 1937, and an employee is en titled, during the period 1st Decem ber, 1937, to 31st May, 1937, to a re bate of wages tax at the rate of 6d per week for each person who is a de uendent on the 1st December, 1937. In other words, the rebate to which he is entitled on 1st December, 1937, ?will continue until 31st May, 1938, ir respective of any increase or decrease i...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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THE TOURIST BUREAU MOTION TO WITHDRAW SUPPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

THE TOURIST BUREAU MOTION TO WITHDRAW SUPPORT At the South Shoalhaven Council meeting, on Monday, the Clerk stated I that he was anxious to prepare the estimates, and asked for an expres sion of opinion as to Council's con tribution to the Tourist Bureau. Aid. Jack Watts moved that no further contributions be made until the Grecnwell Point and Terara Roads were put in oraer. ne saia mat there had never been two worse roads in the district, and owing to their con dition tourists could not and would not travel over them. At present the tourist movement was being run for the benefit of Nowra only. South Shoalhaven had subscribed to the Bureau because it was a progressive move. The roads had been bad for years, and instead of being improved Had been allowed to get worse. To Aid. M. Ryan, the Clerk said Council's contribution last year was JL30. Aid. Bennett seconded the motion. South Shoalhaven municipality, he said, was in a unique position, seeing that practically the whole comprised ...

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

IT'S THEKODAK FILM?THAT | I MAKES THE PICTURE I I Many and varied are the* fac- U i tors that go into the making of §§ g a successful snapshot— but the $5 S first essential is that you load s S with KODAK FILM. | g Whatever kind of picture you » 7 want . . . whatever kind 'of Sj I camera you use . . . whether you |g 5 are a beginner or an expert . . . $j i there's a Kodak Film of a grade 88 5 best suited to your particular u I purpose. §§ j Kodak Film is made in Austra- S \ lia to suit Australian conditions £S I and requirements— manufactured & 5 in accord with the latest ad- $ j! vances in photographic research §S | and practice. ?l 5 There's a Kodak Film ready to p 5 give you better results with every si picture opportunity. You just 8» - can't help getting wonderful s§ 5 snaps! $ j DUDLEY W. HUGHES. M.P.S., I \ JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA | I SEYFFER'S | I CHOICE XMAS PRESENTS | S? WRISTLET WATCHES S P '' $ | DIAMOND RINGS _ 4 I 'BRUSH & COMB SETS ' ' | | MANICURE SETS...

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

PEOPLE SAY ? n ? That the Fishing Club outing to Wreck Bay on Sunday was a great success. That while the attendance was small the catches we're big. That some outsizes in trevally were landed, the biggest being just on 151b. That Jack McArthur got the best fish— a 8£lb schnapper— but Jack Al dous won the prize with a 151b blue groper. That Crookhaven Heads was a very popular rendezvous on Sunday last. That Jack Wilson's two launches took capacity loads to the popular tourist resort. That the time should now be op portune for the inauguration of a regular service of tourist trips on the river. That Dr. Ryan has again been elected Mayor of Nowra, for the seventh successive term. That the choice is a good one, as the popular medico is the ideal man for the position, while Mrs. Ryan worthily upholds the position ol Mayoress. That the ratepayers of Nowra were hardly consistent, seeing that they re turned two doctors and a coroner, while rejecting an undertaker. That the erection of the n...

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

% Tho 1 k I ?* 16 Pages. M £ Published Every Wednesday, g ?* Terms of Subscription: « % Per Year (in advance) 10/- p i* Per Quarter (in advance) 3/- ^ si; Per Quarter (booked) ? 4/- ft % Single Copy, 3d. p WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15, 1937.

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

1 F *E3t Q ^ E£O TIP 3KT j § It Pays to Protect Your Property. Paint is the Best Protection. g * ? I Employ a Practical Painter | I - ? ASK RAINFORD FOR ADVICE— IT'S FREE ! ! J. E. Rainfbrd - SIGNPALNTER | | PAPERH ANGER and HOME DECORATOR I 'i WORRIGEE STREET, NOWRA I \ \\\ l^ifjf /' I if BAKING POWDER j ON CONSIGNMENT j 3 Every kind of Farm aud Dairy Produce; t 3 Poultry, Fruit and Vegetables. Prompt | ff account sales, and every attention to your ' | f individual requirements. I J Telegrams: 'Prodisco'. Tel: M 4681. ) 1 THE PRODUCERS1 CO-OPERATIVE I J DISTRIBUTING , SOCIETY LTD. J | 9 Quay and Valentine Streets, Sydney I

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

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

A matter of paramount importance to Nowra that might well receive the earnest consideration of the Council during the coming year is that of the establishment of town baths. In view of the success already achieved, it may be taken for granted that the subsidy hitherto granted to the Tour ist Zone Committee will at least be continued. Any other course would mean that the money already spent in tourist .propaganda would have beon wasted, with a consequent languishing of a movement that has already been proved a great asset to the district. That being so, the alder men of Nowra Council might well consider the question of providing one of the greatest needs — nay, an abso lute essential — of any area that is making a serious attempt to cater for a growing tourist trade. The idea of town baths is not new — ?even in Now ra. Aid. Leatheam many years ago realised the necessity for a swimming poo], and in the face of a lot of op position, and after a strenuous cam- |j paign. succeeded in ind...

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

CAMBEWARRA (From Our Own Correspondent). Cambewarra and Kangaroo Valley met on the Camby wicket on Satur day, and the Valley batted nearly all the afternoon, the game ending in a draw. One afternoon for a match is very unsatisfactory, especially if two strong sides meet. Cambewarra have ' not been beaten this season, but they would most probably have been de feated on Saturday if the game had been finished. * * * ? At the Numbaa-Nowra match on Saturday some comemnt was made about the approaches to the wicket. The bowlers are handicapped with the most deplorable state of the bowling crease, and if this wicket is not re paired very soon, some of the bowlers 1 —especially the fast bowlers— may 1 have to nurse a sprained ankle. Some improvement is most necessary at the earliest. * * * * Mr. Herb Sharraan, the Shire ganger, met with an accident on Fri day evening.. Mr. Sharman was travelling towards his home, about a mile from Nowra, when the car he was driving came into collision with, ...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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GREEN WELL PT. & PYREE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

GREENWEL1 PT. & PYREE ? rt ? (From Our Own Correspondent). Mr. Em, Caines, who had to spend almost a fortnight In hospital with a poisoned hand, received a hearty hand-shake from his club mates at the oval last Saturday, when they learnt that he is very much better, ♦ ? * * Mrs. C. M. Watts and her son Mac attended the wedding of Miss Allen I (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo. Allen) , in Sydney, on Saturday last. ? * * * Mr. Jack McDonald, who was one of Pyree's willing forwards last sea son, is now on the road to recovery. Jack, as is well known, had a very serious illness for a long period. He entered hospital on 28th July last, and, to use his own words, expects to be recovered in a couple of months. * * ? * Reports indicate a great demand for camping space and boat hire for the Xmas season holiday rush at Green well Point. Everything has been en gaged for some time past. * * ♦ * Judging by their blistered hands, the boys are getting in trim for the regatta on New Year's Day...

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THIRTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

THIRTY YEARS AGO (Rewritten from 'Shoalhaven Tele- graph,' December 11th, 1907). On Saturday afternoon the much   talked-of rowing match between Jim   i Smith and Joe Holland eventuated | over the Greenwell Point course, over j 100 spectators being present. It was ! a great race to within 50 yards of the i winning post, when Joe punctured, i and Smith paddled home the winner. ♦ * » ? Mr. H. Meyer, who for the past 14£ years has worthily filled the position of station-master at Bomaderry, has received notice of his promotion to St. Peters, and will be leaving imme diately to take up his new duties. # ? ? ? The cricket match between Nowra and Cambewarra, on Saturday, re sulted in a win for the latter by 17 runs on the first innings. Scores — Cambewarra, 1st innings, 181; Nowra, 1st innings, 164 (J. Graham 73, E. Mison 16, C. Woodhill not out 32). ♦ * ? * A match between Pyree and Burrier was played on Saturday, with the fol lowing result: Pyree, 74 (H. Graham...

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

SCHOOL NOTES It is with deepest regret that we learned of the death of Mr. Les. Pat terson. Since coming to Nowra he had keenly interested himself in all school matters and assisted in many   ways. Our deepest sympathies are   extended to his wife and daughter,   Nan.   I * * * * Snmc doubt, seems to exist in the minds of parents as to when children I can commence school. Immediately they become 5 years of age they are eligible for admission. It is not neces sary for them to wait until the begin ning of a new term after their birth day. * * * * The annual speech night will be held at the School of Arts to-night (Wednesday). Parents, friends, and all persons interested are especially invited to attend. * * * * The cricket match to have been played last Wednesday against the ex-students' team had to be abandon ed on account of the weather, but it is hoped that it will be more fortunate when we meet a team of parents this afternoon. *...

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

? ' **-,-?? ?JZSiMilflilLltljBtl m flil 1 1 1 j^tt&vt&KSFiJnWm mm '**? TpHE choice of thousands for over . r. v'^f~*i0iiHfflrE -'I x50 years, Speedwell Cycles vill, this fe'^KS^- .' ,*J Xmns, be the logical choice of thousands H--' ^^^^M^WSSBSSI more. Only in SPEEDWELL do you get V . JFJJjjjSf&ll ? Coslott Hut proofing inside and out /^P^iH^M/ ~ ^^^^^^^^^^^B^ See lite splendid range HAROLD F. BROWN Speedwell Agent 58 KINGHORN STREET. NOWRA Wise Folk I Guard Against Sickness with Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills It is the sensiblo man or woman that keeps a sharp eye on the little signs of ill-health. Likewise, they take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills to aid digestion and help nature over some obstruction caused, by too much food or drink, or perhaps in sufficient exercise. There is no bet ter medicine for such a purpose, in this or any other country, than Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and their ever-increasing use by all classes of the community bears testimony t...

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CORONER'S INQUEST [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

  CORONER'S INQUEST       The District Coroner (Mr. R. King, J.P.) - held an inquest at the .Nowra   Court House, on Wednesday morning, into the circumstances surrounding the death of the late Mr. Les Patter- son.   Mara Alicia Patterson, whose evi- dence was taken prior to the opening oi the inquest, deposed: I am the widow of deceased, Archie Leslie Pat- terson, the subject of this inquest, and reside at 85 Berry-street, Nowra. Deceased was born at Brogo, near Bega, and was 44 years of age on the 6th July. During the past seven years he had resided at Nowra, and occu- pied the position of Crown Lands   Agent and Clerk of Petty Sessions and other duties at the Court House inci- dental to those positions. We were married al Sydney, and there is one child of the marriage— a daughter aged 13 years. His life was not in- sured. He owned a house at Hay valued at approximately £800. He usually enjoy...

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A GORDON ESLING PICTURE PRESENTATION TO C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 15 December 1937

A GORDON ESLING PICTURE PRESENTATION TO C.W.A. At the annual meeting of the local branch of the C.W.A., on Tuesday,   the President (Mrs. Molony) said that   they had been fortunate in having a   painting of Cambewarra Mountain,   executed by Mr. Gordon Esling, the   well-known artist, presented to the   branch. It was with much pleasure that she called on Mrs. Geo. Facer   (Mr. Esling's sister) to officially make   the presentation on behalf of her   brother.   Mrs. Facer, in handing over the pic-   ture (a very fine work), said she was sorry that her brother was not able to be present, but it afforded her great pleasure to formally hand over the picture.   The picture now adorns the wall of   the main room of the building. A letter of thanks will be forwarded to Mr. Esling for his generous and valuable gift.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

Here's real presents . . . women love them. You get a great thrill in giving a Christmas present you know will be really appreciated, because it is some thing that will be of the greatest service to the recipient. That's what makes the famous Charmosan Christmas Gift Caskets such marvellous presents. All women love these world-famous cremes and powder. There are three different sizes in the caskets, and each contains full sized goods. We'll tell you .about them: — No. 1 casket contains a full sized box of the famous Charmosan face powder and costs 2/6 over the counter. No. 2 casket contains a full sized box of the famous Charmosan face powder and a full sized tube of Creme Charmosan, and costs 3/6 over the counter. No. 3 casket contains a full sized box of the famous Charmosan face powder and a full sized jar of the equally famous Creme Charmosan, and costs 5/- over the counter. Each casket is wrapped in cello phane, and you have the choice of six different coloured caskets in each ...

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CRICKET PYREE v. BERRY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

CRICKET 1»YREE v. BERRY ? In ideal cricket weather, at Pyree last Saturday, Berry won the toss, and decided to bat. with A. Agar and C. Turner. W. McBride was given the new ball, bowling into a cross breeze, and pinned Agar to his crease, beating him with his seventh ball, and Agar was given out l.b.w. 1 for 0. E. Tur ner followed, and when he added 2 he was caught by H. McGuire. the bowler being McBride. Berry 2 for 2. J, Higgins came in, and the total ad vanced to 40, when Jack was run out for 18. Leo Heiiry followed, and after he had added 10, he was clean bowled by Boyd, with the total at 54. L. Gil lam filled the vacancy, and together with Turner added 30 for the fifth wicket, when the latter was caught behind by Ward off McBride for 29. N. Henrv was next. These two young sters, Gillam and Henry, were full of confidence, and raised the score to 108, when Leo. Henry (who was field ing sub. for Pyree) caught Gillam off McBride for 35. Gillam the ball pre vious had hit McBride for...

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