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

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Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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The Nowra Intermediate High School Annual Speech Night [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

The Nowra Intermediate High School Annual Speech Night The annual speech night and pre sentation of prizes and certificates in ronncrtion with the Nowra Inter. Hi«'h school took place on Wednesday H.st in the School of Arts. There was a'verv large attendance, and the printed report of the school activities during the year was distributed amongst those present, supplemented j -U some length by Mr. W. J. Mulhol iund. headmaster. The report was as 1'iillows: Ladies and Gentlemen,— In presenting this report for the vear 1937. we feel that we have com pleted :i most successful period in the hi-tory of the school. The best tradi tions of the school have been pre served, and many advances made into newer Helds of useful scholastic and social activity. The utmost harmony exists between the staff and the nirents and children, and each and every one has given of his or her best. The 'growth of ihe school has steadily continued, and despite the fact that the new building has not yet been reali...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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THIRTY YEARS AGO [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

THIRTY YEARS AGO (Rewritten from 'Shoalhaven Tele graph,' December 18th, 1907). Mr.. Mason is the new manager of the City Bank, vice Mr. Selden, trans ferred to Young. * ? # ♦ Cambewarra Shire had only six ap peals against the assessments made by Mr. Thos. Binks. * * * * Mr. Daniel L 'Estrange, of Kangaroo Valley, died on Tuesday of last week, after a long illness, at the age of 42 years. * * * ♦ At a meeting at Mr. A. R. Morton's residence, last week, the Shoalhaven District Band was put on a permanent basis. Mr. A. R. Morton was elected President; Mr. J. Canavan, secretary; Mr. J. R. Moore, treasurer; and Messrs. W. Somerville, H. Havenhand, R. Leggatt, and F. Bindon, committee. * * * * Nowra cricketers were not treated too well at Burrier last Saturday. The visitors pnly got 47 runs, while their opponents made 267 (Tickner 94, W. Dent 32, S. Dent 29, J. Thomson and J. Barron 21 each). * $ *? * The application of F. Havenhand for a renewal of the license of the Prince of Wales Hot...

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CONTRACT v. DAY LABOR [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

CONTRACT v. DAY LABOR At the Clyde Shire Council meeting, on Friday last, the Engineer reported that the work had started on the electricity transmission line to Tom erong and Huskisson, and would be carried out by day labor. Cr. O'Brien asked if the Engineer thought day labor was better than in- j viting tenders to have the work done by contract? The Engineer said he thought it would be cheaper, seeing that there were some experienced men in the Council's employ. Cr. O'Brien said that, to test the feeling of the Council, he would move that tenders be invited for the work. The prices submitted would then give some idea of the cost, as compared j with the Engineer's estimate. ! Cr. Moffltt seconded. i Cr. Watt thought the Council might be well advised to invite tenders, as it would give an idea of the comparative 1 cost. It was not all work that would j require experienced timber men. 1 Cr. O'Brien said that the Engineer would know the cost of doing the work by day labor, and if tend...

Publication Title: Shoalhaven News, Nowra, The
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PRIZES AND CERTIFICATES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

PRIZES AND CERTIFICATES u ? At the annual speech night of the Nowra Inter. High School, on Wed nesday, the following presentations of prizes and certificates were made: — Class 1C. — Audrey Martin, for gen eral proficiency and for greatest im provement during the year; Busseii Gay, for greatest improvement dur ing the year, proficency in woodwork and technical drawing; Gordon Jen nings, for good service as class cap tain; Norma Hart, for social service and Red Cross work; Betty Juleff, for general proficiency and proficiency in English and Maths. I.; Annie Lane, for proficiency in History; Reg Jen nings, for proficiency in agricultural subjects and elementary science; Mavis Vaughan, for proficiency in domestic science subjects; Thelma Watt, for proficiency in business prin ciples; Keith Chittick, for proficiency in geography. Class 1AB. — Alan Shepherd, for gen eral proficiency and proficiency in English and elementary science, Latin, and geometry; Ronald Bourne, for general profici...

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

A CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR DAD Dad will remember your gift with ! gratitude for years if you give him a I packet of R.U.R., the wonderful I money-back guarantee Remedy for rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, neuri tis, or gout. Free booklet with full particulars obtainable from VALENTINE'S & HEWLETT'S PHARMACY, NOWRA

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

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

I Suggestions for Christmas I I LUXITE N&%i# 0 ftfiYfyv HOLEPROOF I I SSil1^ a e ir&fistA*^^ quality I I \^f THE GUARANTEED TRUE SElf-SUPPORnNG SOCKS ^Ifc/ ' | I ^he dMost Qomfortable JocJts on Legs I !-^S--§--8KS--§--$--8--3-3xS-^--S^^ B AS H A9S I Extend to all Residents of the Dis= I I trict their Best Wishes for — | I A Merry Christmas and g**^ -s^ I I A Happy and Prosperous New Year | (X hi / I t=W \ v i $ — 1- I | its loyal wearing qual- i I ! if ies. Untold wealth H © L I IP IR © © F 1 I could not get jfif3h| The Loveliest Hosiery in the World 1 I better value. W^iOur ? ?„ ,,..„ ? ....m,,,,, ? , , „ I H © Li P R© © F Junction Street! I The Loveliest Hosiery in the World S NOWFfl i

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

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CLYDE SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

CjLYDE SHIRE COUNCIL The first meeting of the newly elected Council was held on Friday last, when there were present — Crs. J. Boag (President), R. ~L. Dowling, W. Collingwood, W. H. Moffitt, H. M. Watt and F. W. O'Brien. COMMITTEES Crs. Dowling, O'Brien, and Mofntt, with the President, were elected com mittees for their respective wards. DAY OF MEETING The next meeting was fixed for late in January; thereafter meetings will be held on the second Friday in the month. The Clerk 'was granted 'supply' of £500 to carry on over the holiday period. The President was authorised to adjust all necessary transfers. The President said he would like to express his appreciation of the work of the staff. They had everything J right up-to-date, and he extended his ' 'best thanks to the Clerk, the Assistant Clerk, and the Engineer. CORRESPONDENCE From — Gough, forwarding plan of subdivision in Jacob Ellmoos estate. — Approved of. From Lands Department (through Mr. H. J. Bate) re grant for steel rop...

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

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE A meeting of the committee was held at the Nowra School of Arts oh Monday night. Arising out of the minutes of the previous meeting, the President (Mr. J. D. Stewart) reported that he and other delegates had attended a meet ing at Moss Vale to consider the scheme for the proclamation of a national reserve of 45,000 acres for the protection of flora and fauna. The deputation urged that the timber on the reserve suitable for railway sleepers should be placed at the dis posal of sleeper-cutters, and the Minister had promised that such pro vision would be made — a fact that the timber men of this district greatly appreciated. Correspondence included a letter from the Parkes Chamber of Com merce, intimating that as the result of a meeting held in that centre it was decided to form a Country Cham ber of Commerce, covering various zones in New South Wales, and a com mittee had been appointed to draw up a constitution, consideration of which would receive attention at a ...

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

Cash avid Carry Bwt©la©ry Take this opportunity of Wishing One and All A Mersey Xmas ss i ? '. ? -and ? A Happy New Yeas* A. K. SCHOFIELD, The Better Butcher PHONE 14. KingHorn St., Nowra PHONE 14. j FRcyrEOTrxoisr | It Pays to Protect Your Property. Paint is the Best Protection. rj Employ a Practical Painter | ASK RAINFORD FOR ADVICE— IT'S FREE ? [| J. E. Rainiord - SIGNPAINTER I PAPKRHANGER and HOME DECORATOR § WORRIGEE STREET, NOWRA § HJ OVER 1.000.000 Byw| MNd bULU ... Olffrj without ONE complaint ! HI H Rjlil ll JHh Duralene, fhe prepared paint without a peer, is SHJ|HgLSj|iM||J^ equally good in all temperatures and climates. Far ^^^ffi^^^^^^^^^ out west it will stand the blazing sun, while right on f^^S^^^^^^^^^ tlle sca- sa'* air ?»« no effect. No more can be B^^^^^^^^^^ fsted of any paint. In 29 colours. Most reasonable |||l|fi||f§ M|||||||§H paint — invest in Puralene Prepared Paint. A. L. McKmnon, Kinghorn Street, Ncwra j FOR MEN Many men have the impression that i Savings...

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GREENWELL POINT ROAD [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

GREENWELL POINT ROAD At the Nowra Council meeting, last week, Aid. Bennett referred to the frightful state of the Greenwell Point Road, making a strong appeal for some measure of relief ' before the Christmas tourist rush. He said that a was snocmng to think that there was such a road in a progressive town like Nowra, and moved that the main tenance gang be put on for a week to effect temporary repairs before the holidays. Aid. Morison seconded. Aid. Thomp son said that everything stated by Aid. Bennett was true— and then some more. Aid. Leatheam said the mover and seconder of the motion were new to the Council, and did not know that many other works were scheduled for attention. The Mayor said that when he first came to Nowra Greenwell Point Road was in a worse condition that at pre sent. Council had been waiting for 20 months to get the money to do a permanent job. Over £300 had been spent on the road during the last term, and when the money arranged for was available a bitumen ro...

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

How to Combat The Ravages * of WORMS There are few ailments, particu larly with children, more lowering than worms. They work their vicious harm in a curiously indetectable way, and are often difficult to diag nose. If you -are in doubt give a thought to worms. The symptoms are: variable appetite, pains ift the stomach, foetid breath, nausea, headache, irritation about the nose, disturbed sleep, disordered bowels. JjW^PBWBI^WpMB|^HJ|iiiiiii|| iUnvM I , The first aim in treating worms is to destroy and expel them from the body. This can be accomplished by Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets followed by a dose of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. If un obtainable locally Comstock's 'Dead . Shot'VWorin Pellets will beftfor warded post paid on receipt of price 2/- per tin by The W. H. Comstocfc Co. Ltd., 23 Lang Street, Sydney.

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

NOWRA COUNCIL ? o ? The usual fortnightly meeting of the Council was held on Monday night, there being present— Aid. Ryan (Mayor), Bennett, Thompson, Watts, Aidous, O'Keeffe, Morison, and Lea theam. FINANCE In finance, various accounts were passed for payment. The Mayor stated, when dealing with the water account, that the new water supply, which cost £26,000, had been acquired j at an additional yearly dharge of £180. He also informed the aldermen that the administrative costs were only 8 per cent, of the revenue, an extremely low figure. Aid. Leatheam objected to £130 be ing written off the wharf for depre ciation, and the amount was fixed at £35 BRAIDWOOD ROAD Aid. Leatheam furnished some de tails of the improvements effected on Braidwood Road, which showed that 354 chains had been re-formed, and that 335 yards of gravel had been spread. The cost of the gravel was £73/19/7, and the wages amounted to £61/10/9— a total of £135/10/4. It was a very good job, and had been car ried out...

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NOWRA POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

NOWRA POLICE COURT At the Nowra Police Court, on Tues day, before Mr. A. G. Hardwick, S.M., Frederick Burgess was charged with travelling from Dapto to Nowra with out having paid the fare. Fined 20/-, train fare 4 9, and bus fare 1/-. Reginald Ashton. who delivers the daily papers round the town, was fined 10/- and 8/- costs for riding a bicycle on the footpath in Kinghorn street. Raymond A. Goodsell was charged with driving a motor cycle without being the holder of a license. He was fined 10/- and 8/- costs. Under the new Fisheries Act it is required that both buyer and seller ' shall furnish returns to the Depart ment. The first case under the new Act was against Richard Baxter. W. L. McBride, fisheries inspector, of Greenwell Point, stated that de fendant, during August, had furnish ed him with a return showing the sale of 15i boxes of fish to the Air Transport Company, whereas the company's return showed 26 boxes. Defendant said there was a differ ence in the size of the boxes f...

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SHOALHAVEN ROWING CLUB GREAT DAY FOR GREENWELL PT. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

SHOALHAVEN ROWING CLUB GREAT DAY FOR GREENWELL PT. On Monday, New Year's Day, the greatest number of sporting events ever attempted by the above club will be decided. Mr. C. Peniston has completed his job of varnishing the skiffs, which are now reaay lor tne occasion. Mr. H. Watt, Tomerong, is quite confident that a big entry will be re ceived for the £25 woodchops, which will commence at 11 a.m. Mr. W. Harvey, an outstanding per sonality in the woodchops over many years, congratulated the committee on the big prize money offered. A new event included in the pro gramme will be a 5-mile bicycle race, and Mr. Fred Selman, NoXvra, will dis cuss particulars with intending com petitors. Mr. Selman will also have charge of the footrace. Intending competitors for the re gatta include Tom Peel, 'Bull' Camp bell, C. Peniston. D. Moore, Mick Regan, Jim Lonesborough, Wilson Bros., E. Regan, L. McKane, W. Ai dous, O. Bennett, F. Ryan, E. Ryan, J. Williams. Mr. Reg Legge has the broadcasting arr...

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BOMADERRY P. & C. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

BOMADERRY P. & C. ? * ? The usual monthly meeting of the P. and C. Association was held in the school hall on Monday night last. tor. W. Scott, President, presided. Before going on with the usual business, the Chairman introduced Mr. Dalton, superintendent of the Shoalhaven Ambulance. This gentleman gave a very interesting arid instructive lec ture on fiust-aid in the home. A hearty vote of thanks, carried by ac clamation, was accorded the lecturer. Mr. Dalton suitably responded. It was decided to form a first-aid class next year. 10/6 was voted as annual subscription to the Shoalhaven Ambu lance from the Bomaderry school. After this the usual budget of busi ness was transacted. Final arrange ments were made for the concert and children's fancy dress ball. The Presi dent reported that the painting and renovations at the school had been finished, and now the school presented a very respectable and up-to-date ap pearance.

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ABOUT A CLOSING ORDER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

ABOUT A CLOSING ORDER n ? A verbal report from the health In spector -Mr. J. J. Carrall), recom mending the issue of a closing order, with three months' notice to make the premises recently vacated by Mr. Jos. Burns, at 68 Junction-street, and owned by Mr. F. Bindon, fit for occu pation caused a lot of discussion at the Council meeting on Monday nipht. Mr. Carrall said that every leniency had been shown the owner, who had frequently In the past pro mised to effect, the required improve ments. He did not feel disposed to taUe action that might have meant putting Mr. Burns out of business, but lie had now gone into other premises. He -the inspector) had interviewed Mr. Bindon. who had refused to give him an undertaking in writing that lie would replace the present build in £. He told him that he would offer no objection to his letting the place to a tenant who was unable to get another shop, provided he would give an assurance that improvements necessary would be carried out. Aid. A'l...

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