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WATER FOR BOMADERRY ALD. READ ON THE WARPATH [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
WATER FOR BOMADERRY ALD. READ ON THE WARPATH At the Berry Council meeting, on Wednesday, the question of the Bomaderry Creek augmentation I scheme was discussed at some length. j Aid. Cotizms .said the work was hung im inri n irood rioa) of dissatisfaction was being caused. He questioned Mr. Gowan.s twho was present by invita 1 tion of the Council! about the height of the lift, which he said some people considered unduly high. ' Mr Gowans said the usual thine: was 130ft., plus 20ft. friction head, and the pump to be installed was de stened to lift 150ft. On the question of the height of the pumus and motor. Mr. Gowans told Aid. Read that he had been unable to find any definite signs of flood levei, but from his own observations there could not be a rise of water in flood ; time above 12ft.. Aid. Read said he thought the flood level would have been higher than that. ! Mr. Gowans explained that the ; catchment area comprised only 18 i miles, and it was extremely improb able that there...
NUMBAA v. ALL SAINTS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
NUMBAA v. ALL SAINTS NUMBAA. — 1st Innings. A. Bice, c Hewlett, b Smith ? 49 B. Miller, c Caines, b Smith ? 2 J. Miller, b Booth ? 17 C. Bice, c Hewlett, b Smith ? 35 T. O'Keeffe, b Smith ? 23 W. Irvin, c Caines, b Emery ? 17 A. Buchan, b Smith ? 0 M. Evison, b D. Emery ? , ? 22 E. Murphy, c Booth, b D. Emery 30 K. Buchan, c Barron, b Cook .... 0 L. Murphy, not out .... ?-, ? 3 Sundries ? /9 Total .... ? '207 ALL SAINTS.— 1st Innings. G. Cook, not out ? ? A G. Monro, not out ? .... .... .... 5; No wickets for ? .... .... 9
BERRY WITHDRAWS FROM TOURIST BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
BERRY WITHDRAWS FROM TOURIST BUREAU . ? o ? I At the Berry Council meeting, on Wednesday, the Mayor said the retir ing Council had recommended, when considering the estimates, that the contribution of £40 to the Tourist zone Committee should be withdrawn. He would like to hear an expression of opinion from the new aldermen as to the recommendation. Mr. D. W. Harrison (Tourist Direc tor), with the consent of the Mayor, said he had heard of the Council's in tention to withdraw from the move ment with surprise and regret. It meant nothing to him personally, but in the matter of the develoument of the district it meant a lot. He point ed out that the dairying industry had reached its limit, and that the only development of the future must be along tourist lines. He pointed out the pcssibilities of the future with re gard to Jerry Bailey, Seven Mile Beach, and the Woodhill Mountain, and urged the aldermen to give their earnest consideration to the question of continuing their support to ...
R.S.L. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
R.S.L. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY ? \j — : ? There was a large attendance at the meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of the Nuwra branch of the R.S. and S.I.L.A., held at the Diggers' Hall on Tuesday fast. The President (Mrs. Calcraft) occu pied the chair, and feelingly referred to the tragic death of Mr. L. A. Pat terson, the members standing :n reverent silence as a tribute of re spect. The President extended a cordial welcome lo Mrs. Hyam (patron) and Mrs. Kimpton, both of whom had been absent for some time. A vote of thanks was accorded Miss Clare Bible for her help in arranging the musical part of the programme for the children's party. A discussion took place as to what form of entertainment would be pro vided for the older children, who had abandoned their party on hearing of Mr. Patterson's deati;. Owing to the holidays, the matter was left over for consideration in the new year. A presentation was to have been made to Mrs. Eric Millard, who ha3 rendered valuable service to the Auxiliar...
TERARA PRIZE GIVING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
TERARA PRIZE GIVING i Terara P. and C. Association did the honors in a most thorough manner on the occasion of the annual prize giving night at Terara, which took place on Wednesday last. All arrange ments were complete to tne last de tail, culminating in a set supper, at which a churn of ice-cream was an outstanding juvenile attraction. The function took place in the Terara school, where Mr. Jack Campbell (President of the P. and C. Associa tion) presided over a large gathering, including many adults. After expressing his appreciation at seeing such a great gathering of children and parents, Mr. Campbell invited Mr. Schuback (teacher) to say a few words. Mr. Schuback thanked the P. and C. Association for their co-operation throughout the year, and tor their valued help in raising the money for the purchase of the prizes.' He also thanked the Association for their de cision to construct. local baths, which would be a great and lasting benefit to the children. He was pleased to see M...
IS THIS TRUE? Self-praise Is No Recommendation. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
IS THIS TRUE 7-^-^ 1 Self-praise Is No Recommendation. (BY 'FREELANCE'). There's the chap with a 'Can't,' and tbr- cbno with 'Perhaps,' j And the chap who's betwixt more or less; There's the chap with an 'Aye' when it ought to be 'Nay,' And a 'No' when it ought to be 'Yes.' A fig for this old-time adage, for it is o dog-in-the-manger sort of adage, as I shall try to prove. First, let me say this: Have you ever watched the self-confident man go at a job that he knows he can do? He doesn't 'hum and haw,' nor does he waste any time. Though he does not say so in words, his actions say, 'I am ' vain enough to try to prove to yow that I can do this job. and do it well.' The man or woman who goes in any I important contest is vain enough to think that he or she is capable of I winning, and it is a silent way of say 1 ing, 'I think that I can land the bacon.' I would not give a last year's hen egg for the man or woman who, knowing that he or she is master of a certain subject or accomplishm...
B GRADE MEROO v. KANGAROO VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
B GRADE MEROO v. KANGAROO VALLEY MEROO. — 1st Innings. L, Pheeney, not out ? 24 : N. Muller, c Butler, b Boxsell .... 6 i R. Sharman, b Boxsell ? 13 H. Keene, Ibw, b Boxsell ? 4 -? P. Edwards, c Madge, b Phipps .... 0 H. Howlett, b Phipps ? 0 B. Abemethy, c Clempson, b Phipps 0 i B. Wiley, b Boxsell ? 1 . S. Watts, c Madge, b Boxsell ? 4 ; G. Barron, b Boxsell ? 3 T. Ryan, h.o.w., b Boxsell ? 0 Sundries ? 7 Total ? 62 KANGAROO VALLEY.— 1st Innings. — Wildsmith, c Muller, b Keene .... 15 J. Spence, b Ryan ? 33 L. Boxsell, b Keene ? 1 S. Allen, c Muller, b Abernethy .... 7 D. Phipps, c Edwards, b Ryan .... 6 W. Huxley, c Pheeney, b Keene .... 0 F. Butler, c Ryan, b Pheeney .... 7 J. McLean, st Muller, c Pheeney .... 9 A. Oke, not out ? 13 C. Clempson, b* Howlett ? 4 F. Madge, b Howlett ? 2 Sundries ? 7 Total ? 104 MEROO. — 1st Innings. L. Pheeney, not out ? 17 B. Wiley, st Wildsmith, b ? .... 2 B. Abernethy, c Wildsmith, b Allen 0 H. Howlett, b McLean ? 35 R. Sharman, b Oke ? 2 Sundry...
NOWRA v. WANDANDIAN [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
NOWRA v. WANDANDIAN | WANDANDIAN.— 1st Innings. , C. Watt, c R. Jennings, b Dent .... 0 i A. McGuire, b Debt .... ? .... 2 ! S. Watt, c A. Jennings, b Wiley .... 96 S. McGuire, c R. Jennings, b West 47 N. Watt, b West ? 16 E. Wrightson, c Evison, b Wiley 11 J. McDonald, b Wiley ? 36 R. Mathie, Ibw, b Wiley ? 11 R. McGuire, run out ? 0 R. Smith, c West, b A. Jennings 24 i E. Smith, not out ? 5 Sundries ? 11 Total ? 259 Bowling: Dent, 2-43; Evison, 0-45; A. Jennings, 1-31; R. Jennings, 0-13; F. Wiley, 4-77; P. West, 2-39. NOWRA.— 1st Innings. P. Woodhill, not out ? 7 A. Chapman, c and b Wrightson 29 Sundry ? 1 One wicket for ? 37 Bowling: N. Watt, 0-22; R. McGuire, 0-12; E. Wrightson, 1-2.
TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
?« TENNIS ^ ? 0 ? An American mixed doubles han dicap tournament was held on the town courts on Sunday last. There was a very fair attendance. The games were closely contested, and all those who took part enjoyed the after noon's tennis. Mrs. Neal and P. Brown were the winners. Afternoon tea was served by the ladies. Results: Mrs. Neal and P. Brown, scr., 37 games; Mrs. Caddell and T. Caddell, rec 3 36 games; Miss P. Anderson and J. Ashcroft, rec. 20, 36 games; Mrs. Egan and J. Wilson, rec. 7, 34 games; Mrs. Ryan and C. Carter, rec. 9, 33 games; Miss Sparks and W. Sparks, rec. 9, 31 games; Mrs. Peel and L. Peel, rec. 20, 29 games. The schools broke up on Thursday last Tor the Xmas vacation. Teachers and students will enjoy a holiday that will end on February 2nd. The Shoalhaven Rowing Club's an nual regatta will take place at Green well Pt. on New Year's Day. Included in ,the programme are two woodchops —prize money £25.
BOMADERRY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
BOMADERRY (From Our Own Correspondent). The best of good wishes to one and all of your readers for the Christmas season. ? ♦ ♦ * The fancy dress ball for the school children on Thursday night was a . great success. A number of very ori ginal costumes were noticed, and the prizes awarded are too numerous to mention. Three Nowra ladies acted as judges. * ? ? » I note that Mr. Herne, of Horlick's factory, has become an ardent rod fisherman. He can already tell of the big one that got away. * ? ? ? Aid. Grimes and Read made their debut at last meeting of the Berry Council. This i is the first time that Bomaderry has had two of its own re presentatives. * * ? * Congratulations to the Bomaderry school for its pass of 6 pupils for the High School. * ? * ? The fast time off the front mark barred Mr. Hogan's speedy brown horse, Quick March, from any chance at last HP. meeting. It is asking a trotter too much to give pacers 108 yards. * ? * ♦ Mr. Stocker, health inspector, has been on the sic...
OPEN COLUMN (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
OPEN COLUMN (To the Editor). Sir, — If the scribe whose interesting pars under the non de plume of 'John Dory' cannot translate the by-laws in the rule book issued by the Amateur Fishing Club, which he invites every member to procure, read, mark, learn and inwardly digest. I can definitely state that a young lady is starting a kindergarten immediately after the Xnias vacation. Book early for en lightenment. He is evidently one of 1 those true sports who would bring his catch along late, and then endeavor to have it recorded by trying to in timidate other members. THE 'DOG' THAT BARKED.'
CAMBEWARRA [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
CAMBEWARRA O ? . ? (From Our Own Correspondent). The Bomaderry Social Club held their usual dance at Cambewarra on Wednesday night. The attendance was not as large as usual. Still, the evening was most enjoyable. Dahl's orchestra supplied the music. * . * * ?» A large number of people attended the local hall on Friday evening to make a presentation to Mr. Hudson Blnks, who has secured a position with the Dairy Farmers Milk Co. in Sydney. A short musical programme was carried out, the items contributed being well received. Those who help ed with the musical items were— Miss Johnstone, piano; Misses Newton and Brown and Mrs. Auld, recitations; Mrs. Clifford, Mrs. Soper, and Mr. Clive Coulthart, songs. Mr. I. Vidler occupied the chair. Speeches were made by Revs. Mr. Newton, Mr. Auld, - and Mr. Reeve, who also presented Mr. Binks with a fountain pen on be half of the Orange Lodge. Mr. Mel. Evison, on behalf of the residents, made a presentation of a shaving out fit. Mr. Binks suitably ...
LONG DISTANCE COUNCILLORS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
LONG DISTANCE COUNCILLORS It transpirecLat Clyde Shire Council meeting, on Monday, that some of the members had to travel long distances in order to attend to the affairs of the Shire. Cr. Watt lives : close to the Shire office, but the travelling list -Sf the other councillors was given as fol lows: Cr. Moffltt; '^r teiites: ^r, ' O^rlenj 4.2; Gr^pollihgwopd; ^36£ ta\ -? ., ? Dowling. 74; and the President -Cr. Boag), 52. -
The.. Garden [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
The . . Garden (By Our Special Gardening Expert). Although many people suffer dis appointment when essaying the task of raising asters, either from seeds or in transplanting seedlings, the chief cause for this disappointment is found in attempting to grow the species too early. When gardeners realise that asters should be looked on as an autumn flowering proposition, they will find their efforts being crowned with far greater success. The cooler and more settled conditions of autumn, together with the occasional showers of rain which can be confi dently expected at that period, have a marked bearing on the welfare of asters; and certain it is that wherever the sowing and planting of these wonderful flowering plants is delayed until December, or even January (in most places), the results are usually quite satisfactory, whereas when the plants have to endure the heat of late spring and summer months, they sel dom have the vitality to produce those large trusses of noble blooms which d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
'VALENTINE'S' : (LATE BEEinVE) 1 ; For Higher Quality aiid Lower Prices I * Our Stock is Carefully Selected with a view of giving our Cus- I* - iomers the utmost value in all Departments, and embraces: — I' - GROCERY, PATENT MEDICINES, TOBACCO, STATIONERY, f ; - CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ENAMEL, ALUMINIUM AND TIN- f ! - WARE, FISHING TACKLE, TENNIS GOODS, PRODUCE, &c. | i I We Invite inspection of our large and varied Stock. You will be f - surprised at the Values offering. X I Our display of Crockery is very attractive, and as prices are likely 1 i - to advance we would advise making your Xmas Selections early. A |- ; - small deposit will secure any article you may fancy. f - Odd Cups, 3d each; Cups and S., 4Jd ea. Tea Sets, 3/11. Salad % I Sets, 2/11. Jugs, 6d. Teapots, 1/-. Sweets Dishes, 4id ea. % - You are sure of Courteous Servive and Prompt Delivery at |- \ VALENTINE'S WISH ONE & ALL I - THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON I I VALENTINE'S | I 48 KINCHORN ST., NOWRA I - '...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
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MAYOR STRONG ENTERTAINS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
MAYOR STRONG ENTERTAINS Aid. T. A. Strong, who was on Wed nesday re-elected Mayor of Berry for the fifth successive term, entertained the aldermen, Council officials, Press, i and Constable Wright at lunch as I Priddle's Cafe, where an excellent re pasi, was proviaea. At the conclusion of the meal, a number of toasts were honored, the Mayor submitting 'The King.' Aid. Couzens proposed 'The Mayor' in very complimentary terms, Aid. Chittick supporting. The Mayor suit ably responded, and proposed the toast of 'The Officers of the Council,' which was responded to by Messrs. A. E. Craig (Town Clerk), A. Gillam (Assistant Town Clerk), and Scott (electrical engineer). Mr. Scott proposed 'The Aldermen of Berry Council,' which was sup ported bv Mr. W. Cochrane and Con stable Wright. Aid. Holzhauser submitted 'The Engineer — Mr. Gowans,' to which that gentleman briefly- responded. The Mayor, in flattering terms, pro posed 'The Press,' paying graceful tribute to the excellent standard of the l...