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AN UNUSUAL CASE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

AN UNUSUAL CASE .. i n ? I At the Nowra Police Court, on Tues day, before Mr. A. G. Hardwick, S.M., Joseph Rainford was charged with driving a motor car whilst under the influence of liquor. Mr. Manion appeared for defendant. Martin John Cahill deposed: About 12.30 p.m. on 19th November he was sitting in the police office at Nowra, and looking through the window he saw defendant drive a motor car numbered 73394 in an easterly direc tion along Plunkett-street, which was a public street; defendant turned the car round to the right and stopped it at an angle of about 45 degrees, near the kerb, on the left hand side in front' of the police station, and went in to see him; defendant said to him, 'Do you remember me telling you if .. ever I had too much, drink again whert driving a car I would come to the police station and report to you?' he said, v 'Yes, you also promised me if you got your license back you would not take drink any more;' defendant said, 'Well, I'm full; there's my lice...

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

STUCKEY'S LEADING LADIES' HAIRDRESSERS 82 Junction Street, Nowra 'PHONE 279. INTRODUCING OUE VERY LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR PERMANENT WAVING. We have seven different methods to choose from, including our EUGENE COMBINATION, with Deep Waves and Ringlets, which lie close and shapely to your head. We have a XMAS SPECIAL to offer to you in our REALISTIC NON-SETTING WONDER WAVE, which we have reduced for Xmas month only. Let STUCKEY'S advise you on what method is suitable for the texture of your hair. You can depend on Stuckey's for the very best. We have increased our staff and enlarged our premises. Book early for your Xmas Perm. Try us for your next Hair Cut and Re-Set, done in any fancy style you like to choose from. CALL FOR FREE BOOKLET IT STUCKEV ( i HARRISON'S GARAGE | 1 NOWRA | ' ? — — o» i -5®©«S Used Caps Fob* Sale i \ ?=====_«=======— | I PLYMOUTH SEDAN 1935. In first-class order and condition. Regis- U ! tered. ?* ' ?* ; WHIPPET 96A 1929 TOURER. A popular and economical car. sr »...

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

BERRY COUNCIL The usual monthly meeting of the above Council was held on Wednes day last, ihe full Council being pre sent. FINANCE The Clerk submitted a financial sHtement, selling out the position of i In* various funds, as follows: — Gen- (-nl fund, debit of £977/17/8; Berry water debit of £343/16/4; Bolong i water, debit' of £253/1/10; electric , t ruling, debit of £241G'8/-; sanitary,' ororiit of CM; street lighting', credit of '_ VI (52 10 ??-: town improvement, credn \ ni £47 -3 -10.— The Mayor said the: Council was not quite broke, to which Aid. Couzens retorted, 'No, but we're badly bent.' Aid. Witchard said he had had a number of complaints about the meters (electricity) not having been re;ul for the last two months. Aid Couzens said he knew of one - case where there had been no reading ! lor three months. I The Mayor said that Brooks, the I meter reader, had been in hospital, J which was the reason that the read inp.s were behind. Aid. Read said someone else should rend th...

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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

DUDLEY W. HUGHES. M.P.S., £ JUNCTION STREET, NOWRA g

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THE DISAPPEARING TRICK (To the Editor). [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

THE DISAPPEARING TRICK (To the Editor). Sir,— Will you please allow me to- bring the following before the* rate payers of Bpmaderry? For the fnonth of November the amount of water that passed through the meter (belonging to Nowra) to the residents of Bomaderry, plus the B.A. Milk Co.'s factory and Horlick's fac tory, was one million five hundred and eighty-two thousand gallons, at an approximate cost to the Berry Council of over £70. Let us examine these figures carefully. ; ! On Friday (17/12/37) I visited both ? of the factories mentioned, and the ; general manager of the B.A. Milk Co.,. ' on being interrogated, said that ap proximately six thousand gallons per ! day were used in his factory; and Mr. Horlick put the consumption for his factory at under four thousand gal i Ions. The B.A. Milk Co. is fed by a ? pipe of li inches. This has been in use for 15 years, and would, of course, ', be of less capacity to-day. Now let us by elimination arrive at a logical con clusion. . : Let ...

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HUSKISSON TOWN IMPROVEMENT FUND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

HUSKISSON TOWN IMPROVEMENT FUND At the Clyde Shire Council meeting, on Friday, Cr. O'Brien asked if a town improvement fund for Huskisson was included in the estimates? The Clerk said it had been recom mended that the rate be discontinued. Cr. O'Brien said he was sorry for that, as a lot of good work could have been done with the money thus raised. There were a lot of improve ments that were very necessary at Huskisson, and once a rate was taken off it was very hard to re-impose. He did not want the rate increased, but he thought the old rate should re main. Engineer Gowans suggested that it would be well to leave consideration till his report was furnished. There was the question of road surfacing and other improvements asked for by the Huskisson Progress Association that would come up for future dis cussion. Cr. O'Brien said he favored the town improvement rate because the money so raised would be spent in the town area, and not on the outside roads. The President said nothing def...

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

FISH SCALES (By 'John Dory'). There are some large size school jewies biting and being caught in the river this last week or so. That keen angler Charlie Aldous accounted for two large fish last week. Good fish ing, what! Jimmy Allen is developing the fish ing habit of late, and was seen last . Wednesday night with an outsize in flathead. But being in a good 'school' this habit is only to be expected. It is reported that there are some good size blackfish being caught from the rocks at the back of the show ground, and they are biting well both on green weed and worms; while there are some good catches being bagged at the canal. Some large bream are being caught in Broughton Creek, well up from the river, near the flood gates, and round on the far side of Long Nose. | News comes from Currarong and Jervis Bay that there are some nice schnapper being caught at both these famous spots. This augurs well fr for the holidays. At J.B. they are also landing some large sharks with set lines f...

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

FISHING OLUB -By Publicity Officer). At Mi& committee meeting of the ! club, held on Wednesday night last, at i Mr, G. Facer's saloon, the President, J JUr. Joe Molony, was in the chair, and the following committeemen were pre sent: — Messrs. R. Esling (hon. secre tary), W. Valentine, D. Hughes, H. Laughton, G. Facer, H. Dignam, J. Campbell, J. McArthur, W. Sulway. .Apologies were received from Messrs. A. Stuckey and D. de Mestre. It was decided that the club go into recess till after the Xmas and new year holidays are over. The report of the Wreck Bay outing was submitted by the captain of the day, Mr. Jack McArthur, and was fully dealt with, and though only eleven members competed, it was the heaviest catch that has been put over the official scales to date. A protest was received regardixig this outing by three members, and on investigation by the committee it was settled amicably and to the satisfac tion of all concerned. The President donated a watch to the club, so tha...

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

I Satisfy Your Xmas Guests I Serve Them With Meat from RATCUFF'S BUTCHERY I DELICIOUS, TEMPTING & APPETISING I ALL KINDS OF COOKED MEATS & SMALLGOODS IN STOCK I FRIDAY'S CASH OVER THE COUNTER SPECIALS I RIBS & SHOULDERS OF PORK, JQD. LB. 1 PIGS HEADS 1/. EACH I PIE BEEF 2 LB. F0R 7D. I PHONE 171 I A MERRY XMAS TO ALL iiitjiiiiiiiiiiiicjiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiim^ I XMAS PRESENTS | MAKE A LAY-BYE NOW j I ' ? — | § I 1 FOR THE CRICKETER.— Bats, Gloves, Boots, etc. Boys' Bats, 'Stan j i McCabe,' 'Don Bradman' Specials. Also Cricket Sets for the I | juniors. All Prices. i 1 THE TENNIS PLAYER.— Rackets at prices to suit all. Shoes, Shades, j | etc. j | THE GOLFER.— Sticks, Balls, Bags, etc. . j | Also Ping Pong and Bobs Sets and all Indoor Games. ] I I*. J. IP 3ESES Tm I I NOWRA'S SPORTS STORE. KINGHORN ST. 'PHONE 302. I i ? ?'?? ^^^niinuninuuiiiuintstHHHHiuDHnniiiiuuininniniiiniiuMHitcJunHuniiuiiiiiinuntiiituuunianninninHniiinnniuunnimuciiiiinii...

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

BERRY v. METHODIST BERRY.— 1st Innings. T. Lidbetter, Ibw, b Crawford .... 2 B. Crawford, b Jacobs ? 5 R. Humble, run out ? 28 B. McDonnell, c ? , b Walker .... 3 L. Blissett, c and b J. Crawford .... 19 J. Blissett, c Tickle, b Newton .... 2 F. Masters, b Clifford* ? 3 L. Higgins, not out ...» ? 8 T. Chegwidden, c Walker, b Newton 30 F. Foreman, c K. Crawford, b Walker 0 R. Lidbetter, b Newton ? 0 Sundries ? 16 Total ? 116 METHODIST. — 1st Innings. M. Walker, b Lidbetter ? 5 J. Clifford, c McDonnell, b Blissett 1 R. Jacobs, c Chegwidden, b Lid better ? 18 A. Newton, c L. Blissett, b J. Blisset 3 W. Tickle, b Lidbetter ? 0 J. Crawford, b Lidbetter ? 0 G. Gould, b J. Blissett ? 0 K. Crawford, b Lidbetter ? 0 D. Newton, b J. Blissett ? 1 R. Lord, Ibw, b Lidbetter ? 1 K. Walker, not out ? , ? 1 Total ? ? 30 Berry won on the first innings by 86 runs.

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ON WITH THE SHOW COMMITTEE DECIDE TO CARRY ON [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

ON WITH THE SHOW COMMITTEE DECIDE TO CARRY ON A .special meeting of the committee ul the Shoalhaven A. and H. Associa tion was held on the showground on Thursday morning, to discuss a mo tion of which Mr. Alan Herne had given notice — 'That the resolution previously carried to hold the show be rescinded.' There were present—- Messrs. G. Bor rowciule (President), D. V. Boyd, J. W. Henry. J. M. Lamond. H. J. Mottram, A. Mottram. W. Mottram. W. P. CaJ crait. H. Rauch, C. A. Barron. H. Rv Watt, J. Lumsden. J. Pestell, T. Pestell F. Wiley, J. D. Horgan, E. Watts. W. K. Watts. A. Smith. F. Morison, A. Bishop. W. F. Stoner, S. McGill, and V. J. Morison. j In moving the motion, Mr. Herne said he came to the ground that morning with a perfectly open mind, and was quite prepared to withdraw '- his motion if he saw any prospect of holding a successful show. But from ? iijs observations he was .satisfied that I there was no chance of carrying on witli a reasonable hope of .success. The issue wa...

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

WANDANDIAN v. PYREE . WANDANDIAN.— 1st Innings. M. Hayward, lbw, b Leaney ? 9 O. McCarthy, retfred ..- ? 40 H. Egan, c Hamey, b Wilson .... 16 K. Watt, retired ? ? 47 N. Mathie, lbw, b Witheridge .... 0 A. Rankin, not out ? ., ? 9 B. McCarthy, c Atfield, b Witheridge 4 W. Brackenreg, b Watts ? 0 K. Hayward, c Williams, b With eridge ? -?' ? 6 E. Hayward, c Watts, b Witheridge 0 A. McAuley, c Wilson, b Witheridge 0 Sundries ? 6 Total ? '. ? 137 . PYREE. — 1st Innings. B. Leaney, b K. Hayward ? 33 A. Carberry, b K. Hayward ? 22 O. Wilson, c Rankin, b Brackenreg 3 K. Witheridge, not out ? 10 H. Watts, b Brackenreg ? 4 G. Hamey, c Watt, b O. McCarthy 6 J. Atfield, run out ? 10 J. Williams, c Hayward b McCarthy 2 C. Bryce, b K. Hayward ? 15 E. Regan, c M. Hayward, b K. Hayward ? 7 W. Witheridge, c Watt, b McCarthy 7 Sundries ? 8 Total ? 127 Wandandian won on the first in nings by 10 runs.

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

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CAMBEWARRA v. BURRIER [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

CAMBEWARRA v. BURRIER BURRIER.— 1st Innings. E. Leslie, c Faulks, b A. Forsyth ... 2 R. Forsyth, b A. Forsyth ? 10 K. Thomson, b A. Forsyth ? 21 N. Campbell, b R. Wilson ? 8 W. Lymbery, b A. Forsyth ? 1 S. Middleton, c Vidler, b A. Forsyth 0 J. Grady, b A. Forsyth ? 4 F. Taylor, b J. Forsyth ? 3 R. Chandler, b A. Forsyth ? 0 S. Lymbery, b J. Forsyth ? 0 S. Prosser, not out ? 3 Sundries ? 14 Total ? 66 Bowling: J. Forsyth, 2-11; A. For syth, 7-11; R. Wilson, 1-26. CAMBEWARRA.— 1st Innings. L. Goodger, b Leslie ? 14 A. Goodger, b Forsyth ? 16 A. Wilson, c Thomson, b Forsyth 20 H. Faulks, lbw, b Forsyth ? 1 R. Vidler, b Thomson ? 9 C. Moore, c Chandler, b Middleton 17 R. Wilson, c Campbell, b Taylor .... 21 J. Forsyth, b Taylor ? 0 M. McGrath, b Grady ? 1 A. Forsyth, not out ? 4 W. Brown, b Grady .... : ? 0 Sundry ? 1 Total ? 104 Bowling: J. Grady, 2-13; E. Leslie, 1-24; R. Forsyth, 3-29; K. Thomson, 1-14; S. Middleton, 1-16; F. Taylor, 2-7. BURRIER.— 2nd Innings. S. Prosser, b J. Fors...

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

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

NATURE NOTES '-Ji. (Contributed). ? Last week we were enquiring into the causes of the various ice ages that have left their traces on the crust of the earth. And we have discovered signs of ancient glaclatioiv even in equatorial countries. Now, it is ob vious that if we find marks on the rocks that can only be explained as being caused by glacial action, then at the time those events occurred, the climate must have been extremely chilly. A German named Wegener has re i cently put forward a very ingenious I theory of continental drift. Accord ing, to him, the continents are com posed of material that is considerably lighter than the deeper material on which they rest. This deeper material being exposed to high temperature and enormous pressure, due to the load of the more superficial layers, tends to be viscous. The result is that the continents, which are composed chiefly of granite and sedimentary rocks, float, as it were, on a dense viscous underlying mass. That being the case, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 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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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937

CHURCH SERVICES ? ? u ? CHURCH OF ENGLAND Xmas Day: Holy Communion, 6.30; a.m., 8 a.m.; Morning Prayer with ' H.C., 10.30 a.m.; Terara, 9 a.m., Holy, Communion. Sunday, 26th: 8 a.m., Holy Com munion; 11 a.m., Morning Prayer; . 7.30 p.m., Evening Prayer. ' Greenwell Point, 3 p.m., Holy Communion. Bomaderry, 7 p.m., Evening Prayer. Alan'E. Begbie, Rector.

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

METHODIST Christmas Day: Nowra, 10.30 a.m.,. Rev. A. T. Newton. Sunday, Dec. 26th: Nowra, 10 a.m., Junior C.E.; 11 a.m., Mr. J. Harry Black; Kangaroo Valley 11, Meroo 2.15, Nowra 7.30, Rev. A. T. Newton. Wednesday, 7.45, C.E. Meeting. Rev, A. T. Newton, Minister. .

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