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BAPTIST [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
BAPTIST Special Christmas Services conducted in Diggers' Hall. 10 a.m., Junior C.E.; 11 a.m.; 2.45 p.m., S. School; 7.30 p.m., Special Christmas Service; 2.30 p.m., Cambe warra. 7.30 p.m. Saturday (25th Dec), Christmas Service at Bomaderry. Tuesday, Bible Study, 8 p.m. Satur day, 8 p.m., Prayer Meeting. Preacher, at all serviceSj Rev. N. F. Reeve.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
More MERRY XMAS Gifts g : FOR MEN FROM | | HEWLETTS, The Men's Store | I 'SPEEDO' SPORTS SHIRTS. Grey, Green, Navy, Marone, and 8/6 H \ ??-':'; ' '?Cream _ ? v. j . SLUB LINEN SHIRTS, by Domino & Beaucaire. Newest Patterns 9/Q j| ! With 'Tie to Match .... ? ? ,. 10/6 % I 'ARROW ARCHER' SHIRTS, with Aroset Collars, 12/6,14/6.16/6 jjj ; XMAS BOXED TIES. Neat Patterns ? ? 3/6 fjj ! XMAS BOXED BRACES. Plain Colors with Silk Ends ? 4/6 jji ! . -'-'-'?-' -' - ' ': ? * Si ,. ^ . ? : ? „ ! Phone 165 89 Junction Street, Nowra | SSS58S28S8SSSSSS8?8S2S88S88^^
PYREE XMAS TREE CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
PYREE XMAS TREE CELEBRATIONS On Tuesday night of last week, a wonderful scene of enthusiasm was witnessed in Pyree Literary Institute, the occasion being the Xmas tree celebrations organised by Pyree P. and C. Association. Although similar func tions at Pyree were always successful, this eighth occasion holds the record in every way. There was £12 taken at the door (children free), and every one, young and old, were full of fun and frolic, consequently the enter tainment was great in every respect. The children commenced dancing at 8 p.m., to the strains of Mr. A. Tetley's accordeon and an extra supplied by Mrs. A. Wallis. The sporting gesture of Mr. Tetley enabled the children to be almost continually dancing until 9.30, when Santa Claus arrived, amidst wonderful scenes of enthusiasm. The Xmas tree, on the stage, was prettily decorated and loaded with toys, and Santa Claus had to distribute 90 toys to the, children. Mr. H. Watts, President of the local P. and C. Association, announ...
CR. BOAG AGAIN PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
CR. BOAG AGAIN PRESIDENT At the Clyde Shire Council meeting, on Friday last, Aid. Jno. Boag was unanimously re-elected President lor the ensuing year, his nomination paper being signed by all the council lors. _ . There was a full attendance— Crs. Boag, Dowling, O'Brien, Watt, Col lingwood, and Moffitt. The Presidential allowance was fix ed at £30— the same as last year. The newly-elected President said he wished to thank the councillors lor their unanimous nomination, and promised to do his best to satisfac torily carry out the obligations of the office. He extended a cordial wel come to the new members, of the Council, and assured them that he would be pleased to give them every assistance at all times, irrespective of the Riding they represented. He in vited them to seek from him any in formation they might need, and at all times to bring before the Council any matter that they might wish to have discussed. He was particularly pleased to be re-elected as President of the Shire. H...
BOWLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
BOWLING NOTES (By 'Wrong Bias'). On Saturday competition play was again the order of the day. players again turning out in fair number. The winning captains this time were Watty Graham. Bert Woodhill, and Percy Horm\ Watty had a sweeping victory over Alec Ruprecht. The Scotsman's team consisted of the postmaster, Arthur, and Hillcrest, whilst the purveyor of the succulent bivalves had the editor, the plumber, and the health man on his side. Mark Morton suffered defeat at Percy Hcrne's hands by one point. Mark had the tailor leading, the butter man second, and the lawyer third, while the man from Bolong had the water man, the minister, and the Common wealth banker. The M.L.A. was un lucky to lose. He was playing well himself, and the game was touch and go right up to the last. The deciding bowl—one of P.W.H.'s true blues would have been too fast, but struck a slight bump on the green, which slowed it sufficiently to be the win ning shot. Bert Woodhill and Harry Adlington appear to ha...
Y.A.L. CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
Y.AJL CONCERT The Young Australia League con ducts two types of tours, under the slogan of 'Education by Travel' — one to which the parents contribute to wards the cost of the tour, the other being free, the boys giving perform ances to defray the expenses, any pro fit being devoted towards maintaining the club rooms at Hurstville, and to the purchase of uniforms and instru ments. A party of 40 lads, under the direction of Mr. Edward Simons, visit ed Nowra on Saturday night and gave their popular and entertaining 'On Top of the World' revue at the School of Arts. There was a very fair at tendance, notwithstanding the coun ter-attraction of a Shirley Temple picture at the Roxy, and patrons were generous in their appreciation of the excellent programme submitted. The 'Band Magnificent' is a fine combi nation, and earned unstinted ap plause at each appearance, while some of the individual performers were outstanding. Jason Finos pro vided some really clever turns, and will be heard of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
'THE DAFFODIL ' (Late Grace Moore's, Sydney). HIGH CLASS FLORISTS KINGHORN STREET, NOWRA Opposite Fraser's Garage. Nowra has no need now to seek further afield for floral tributes. Bouquets, Baskets, Posies of all Description, Floral Tributes Wedding Work a Specialty. When in town do not fail to call I Wishing: You the | I Compliments of I I the Season. I I W. D. LEES I $ 103-105 JUNCTION ST., NOWRA f I 'Where the Best is Cheaper.' S f A »Mii!iiniiiiit3iiiiiiiiiiiiniitiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiitiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiii!iiiiig' I When in Townj ; | VISIT THE NOWRA CAFE | I (Next to Nowra Hotel). M I „ g 5 — For — = H ' 0 I TASTY GRILLS, FISH, OYSTERS s = AND LIGHT REFRESHMENTS § s Peters' Delicious Ice Cream. I s ' ' = s Our Motto: § g Civility, Cleanliness, & Quality. | | PROPRIETOR I | Phone 301 - - - NowraJ 6 B C'liioiKfiiiiiiifDiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiiiiitiiitiimiimifitJiiiKiiiiiiiaiimitiiiiic* ALL CAMPERS' SUPPLIES ? AT ? FRANK ALLEN'S HUSKISSON OYSTER SUPPERS A SPECIALITY nl^^B h...
GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
GOLF NOTES ? 0 ? (By 'Niblick'). Not much interest is being taken in the game of golf during this holiday -season. Time after time the local competitions have been abandoned ; for lack of a sufficient number of j players. The same few members roll j up regularly and play a desultory round or two for small stakes. All be ing members of the same well-known j bushranging gang, bargaining for : handicap strokes is very keen, and heated arguments as to the number ; of strokes taken to play the holes are ' not really rare— but Ned invariably wins ! * * * & The continued fine weather, al though very nice from a holiday point of view, is causing some concern to the greens committee. Quite a fair amount of money has been expended j in expensive seed, which was sown ' just a little too late to get the benefit of the late spring rains. Another run ' over with the roller would do no harm at the moment. * -v ♦ * The new club house is nearing com- ; pletion, and the contractor is to be co...
REMINISCENCES JIMMY GRAHAM [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
REMINISCENCES (By 'Old-Timer'). JIMMY GRAIIAM Jimmy Graham was a very promin ent member of the old Perseverance team and afterwards of the Nowra Club. His many admirers described him as an all-rounder, but to be can did I never hud much respect for him ?ip a bowler, ne cm mimy was u, regu lar bowler, and often recorded good fi'-ures. but when opposed to good batsmen he did not employ enough variety to be really dangerous. Right ! arm with the natural off break, com- ' pi.'Lrd his stock in trade. But almost j ;-]] bowlers could bring the ball back : on the old coir mat. and batsmen ; didn't worry about what would now be I described as a huge off break. His ! pace was a little above medium, and as the batsmen in those times mostly went lor the runs, Jim's figures were often flattering. As a batsman he commanded the respect of all the leading bowlers, and no team was safe until Jimmy was dismissed. Like his j bowling, Jim's batting was of the | forceful variety, but the latter was ' fa...
PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 22 December 1937
PERSONAL There passed away at Newcastle, on Thursday last, at the age of 26 years, Mr Fred Stevenson, a connection of the Abernelhy family, who were amongst the early pioneers of Shoal haven Deceased was a nephew of Cr. Mitch Abernethy, of Brown's Mountain. W » ' 'p Mrs. Stan Hanson, who has not been in the best of health for some time past, has, on the advice of a specialist, gone to a Sydney hospital, where she will undergo an operation. « * ? ? Mr. Reuben King has been on a few clays' holiday, recuperating after an attack of the 'flu. ♦ ? * * Mr. L. P. Higgins has been appoint ed Town Clerk to the Broughton Vale Council, in succession to the late Mr. George Gillam. * ♦ * * The death occurred on Friday last of Mrs. Isabella Jane Garratty, an old and very highly respected resident of Kangaroo Valley. Deceased, who was 78 years of age, was a native of Ki- ama, but had resided in the Valley for 27 years. Besides her husband, Mr. J. T. Garratty, she is survived by a family of 4 sons a...
TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
TRAVELLERS' DIRECTORY 1 j Trains Leave Nowra (Bomaderry) for j Sydney — I 7 a.m., 1.50 p.m., 3.50 p.m. (Fri l days, mixed, Nowra to Wollon- , gong); Monday only, 4.45 a.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m., 5.40 p.m. Trains Leave Sydney for Nowra (Bomaderry) — 2.15 a.m., 9.5 a.m., 5.52 p.m.; Sat urday only, 3.20 p.m., 7.5 p.m.; 1 Sunday, 8.8 p.m. ! Cars Leave Nowra for Bega and Inter [ ' mediate Towns — 1 Monday to Saturday, 1 p.m. (B. Haigh); 1 p.m. (H. Bartlett). Cars Leave Nowra for Moss Vale — Monday to Saturday, 10 a.m. (L. A. Harrison); 2 p.m. (Charles worth). Cars (L. A. Harrison) Leave Nowra for Milton and Moruya — Monday to Friday, 9.30 p.m. (fast service); Saturday, 7.30 p.m.; Sun day, 11.40 p.m. Cars Leave Nowra for Jervis Bay — Monday to Saturday, 1 p.m. (A. Warman); 1 p.m. -W. Cox). Sun day, by arrangement. Cars Leave Nowra for Huskisson— Monday to Saturday, 1.30 p.m. (R Dent). Sunday, by arrangement. Cars Leave Nowra for Greenwell PL Monday to Saturday, 11 a.m. (L. Kennedy). Sunday, by ...
BABY'S ENVIRONMENT Health Department's Hints for Parents. [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
BABY'S ENVIRONMENT 1 Health Department's Hints for ] Parents. During baby's first year the parents can do quite a lot towards helping the child's intelligence to develop normal ly. To begin with, they can see that he has a normal, serene environment; that he will be used to everything be ing done in a methodical manner; that he won't be subjected to exces sive noise. When he shows signs of wanting to . hold things, they can help him to overcome the preliminary difficulties — at first he will be clumsv and easily discouraged. While they are about it they can see that he learns to hold things in both hands, too, not merely the right hand. Certain lessons he will have to learn for himself, of course — for instance, he will learn that when he lets go a thing it will fall. And this is where the intelligent parent (probably the mother, as she is the one who, natu rally, has most to do with baby dur ing his first year) comes in; she won't rush and pick up the thing for him every time it fa...
NOWRA BABY HEALTH CENTRE NOVEMBER PROGRESS REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
1 NOWRA BABY HEALTH CENTRE NOVEMBER PROGRESS REPORT - -' The following particulars relating I to the work of the abovementioned - Baby Health Centre during the past - month have been kindly furnished by - the Director General of Public Health - -Dr. E. Sydney Morris), and will, no - doubt, prove of interest to our - readers: — - Mothers Visited by Sister. — O- new l born babies, 2; subsequent and mis - cellaneous visits, 34; total visits, 36. - Work at Centre. — New cases en rolled at Centre, 8; babies weighed. 257; test meals given, 25; expectant mothers advised, 17. Attendance at Centre. — Infants— under 1 year, 206; under 2 years, 50; under 3 years, 13; total attendances (including mothers without babies), 303. Daily average attendance at Centre, 22.4. ?
WANTON DESTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
WANTON DESTRUCTION u- ? ** — Mr. W. D. Lees informs us that a | good deal of damage and quite a lot of inconvenience was caused by jsome senseless person or persons to boats moored in the vicinity of the baths, during last week. Lockers were broken open and rifled, kellicks cut and row- J. locks damaged, engine casings and j floor boards^ torn up, and boats re- I leased from their moorings. Mr. Lees : says that the damage wrought was of the most wanton character, and was done in a pure spirit of destruction. The matter has been , placed in the hands of the police. . ,
CARTOON CAUSED TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
CARTOON CAUSED TROUBLE 'If this had been sent to me, I would have merely laughed at it as a good joke,' said Mr. Hardwick, S.M., at Kiama Police Court last week, holding up a neatly drawn cartoon of a monkey in an aeroplane dropping a few bombs (reports 'Truth's' Kiama representative). Underneath were the words, 'Frightfulness. — Kiama bomb ed by s.p. bookmakers; two in every hotel and one on every comer. Women and little children have to suffer. A perfect swindle.' But the picture was labelled, 'To Mrs. Moore from W. Scott,' and Harold Moore, burly blacksmith, took it as an insult and went along to de mand an apology from the bearer of ? the historic name, Walter Scott, short, thickset, and, as he himself rather proudly averred, frostbitten about the feet and minus most of his toes. Moore took with him 21 -year-old Cyril Brandon, and the result was that the two of them faced the beak on charges of assault and insulting words. Mr. T. P. MacMahon. of Sydney, in structed by Ryan and W...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
I — THE - I Colonial Mutual Life Assurance I Society Ltd. % ^ (Incorporated in Victoria). I LIFE, ENDOWMENT, GROUP, SICKNESS & ACCIDENT, I & PROBATE ASSURANCE I , Established 1873. Funds £20,000,000. 1 ANNUAL BONUSES I Local A gent— Wf* F- CALCRAFT I W. P. SPENCER I KINGHORN STREET, NOWRA 1 For Suits of Merit and Distinction Tailored I Entirely on the Premises I A GOOD SUIT MADE TO MEASURE I ACTION BACK SPORTS COATS I Cream or Grey Sports Trousers Made to Measure STUCKEY'S LEADING LADIES' HAIRDRESSERS 82 Junction Street, Nowra 'PHONE 279. INTRODUCING OUR VERY LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR PERMANENT WAVING. close and shapely to your head. We have a XMAS SPECIAL to offer to you in our REALISTIC NON-SETTING WONDER WAVE, which weY have reXed 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 , ^ «o 1ariy iov- your ?mas Perm- Trv u...
CAMBEWARRA SHIRE COUNCIL LOANS OUTSTANDING [Newspaper Article] — The Shoalhaven News, Nowra — 29 December 1937
CAMBEWARRA SHIRE COUNCIL tOANS OUTSTANDING At last Tuesday's meeting, the Pre sident said he thought it was only fair that the Council's position in re gard to loans and yearly payments due thereon should be disclosed to the ratepayers through the Press. The following particulars have been sup plied, settling out the loan commit ments of the Council and the interest payable: — Principal. Interest. Government .... 21 7 4 6 5 City Mut. Life 704 10 6 129 8 6 Com. Bank .... 561 19 10 45 17 5 Com. ^ank .... 1232 8 0 233 1 4 £2520 5 8 £409 3 8