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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

? ? * ? . NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I THE COST OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS IS 1/6 FOR TWO LINES (Minimum) 4 and 9d FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/. EXTRA. Appro*. 4-5 Words per Line. £O1t SALE PREPARE for the blackouts by calling at Busbby's, who have stocks of Kayen, Tilley and Coleman Lamps, with all ne cessajry spare parts. PLACE your Printing Orders early— with the 'Ne*s.' BUSHBY'S are agents for All - adin Lamps, and carry full stocks of all spare parts, globesjand mantles. GUM BOOTS, men's, ?women's ?and children's. Bushby's have good stocks, so fit the fam ily out for the winter whilst stocks last. SEE STEIBLEY'S large assort ment of Kitchenware. Yes, everything for the housewife. STBDBLEY'S have a few 9ft. and 10ft, Farm Gates left. Be early! HORSE RUGS in all sizes and best quality, are available at BUSHBY'S. BE PREPARED for that black out. Stribley's have Kayen and Tilly Lamps in stock. Be early! POSITIONS VACANT CONTRACTOR to clean the Rabbits off a netted area ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

WOOL. There were mot very many entries in the wool section, only eleven fleeces being en tered, but the entries were of good quality and very ?- high class. Mr. Morton Armstrong was the judge in this section. THE AWARDS I* Merino, fine or . superfine Ramift 'Fleece, skirted: Est. J. Lawton. Merino, fine or superfine Ewes or Wether's Fleece, skirted: F. Medway. Merino, medium or strong Ewes or Wethers' Fleece, skirt ed: J. C. Mason & Sons. Special. Farmers, and Graziers Shield, for Merino Ewes' or ', Wethers' Fleece: R. D. South well. Champion Fleece of Show: Est. J. Lawton.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERINO SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

MERINO SHEEP This section was ably judged by Mr. Walter Hol gate, of Daltoh, and his comments were as follows: 'Competition was very keen, in the sheep section, there being as many as eight en ties in some classes, and it was difficult, in some cases, to select the prizewinners.' Some very nice sheep were on show in the ewe classes, es pecially the champion ewe which was selected from a pen of three ewes exhibited by Mr. R. South well. This ewe had good con formation and carried a dense fleece of fine wool. Competition was somewhat lighter in the ram classes. The champion ram was a very good fine wool slieep exhibited by Mr. J. J. Denning. The Patron's trophy (donat ed by Mr. R. A. Armour) for best exhibit of AW ewes *hd one ram was won by Mr. R. J. \ Martin ywjth a very even group of superfine sheep. * Special: Rural' Bank Cup, for most successful 'exhibitor in the sheep section, 'was won by Mr. T. Moorby. - v --- „/ THE AWARDS ?'. ???? ?-''. Merinos — Fine or Superfine. Ram Lamb,,...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPROVEMENT IN POULTRY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

IMPROVEMENT IN POULTRY 'Poultry showed a great improvement on last year,' said the judge, Mr. H. Faulder, of Yass. The best male bird shown was an Australorp cockerel exhibited by Mr. J. Riles, and best female a White Leghorn hen shown by Mr. N. Shepherd. He further stated: 'I would like to recom mend the Committee make.ejzery endeavour -^o improve *1$$~i%mflte try section by erecting,T-ens, alT coops now provided do not allow birds to be shown to advantage.' Mr. Riles and Mr. Shepherd both gained the same number of points for the cup donated by Mr. K. Banks, so prizemoney was donated for the purchase of a similar cup. THE AWARDS Australorp, hen or pullet: N. Shepherd 1 and 2. Australorp, cock or cockerel: J. E. Riles 1 and 2. White Leghorn, hen or pullet: N. Shepherd 1 and 2. White Leghorn, cock or cock erel: J. E. Riles 1 and 2. Rhode Island Red, hen or pullet: J. E. Riles 1 and 2. Sussex, hen or pullet: Miss C. Banks 1. Langshan, hen or pulleti'K. R. Pearsall 1. Langshan, cock or...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEEP DOG TRIALS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

SHEEP DOG TRIALS Mr. W. J. Noakes 'scoop- ed the pool' in these events, winning every event. The judges, Messrs. J. South well and P. O'Brien, of Boor owa, remarked that the low points scored was due to the inability of the sheep to stand up to the work, owing to the bad season, and not giving the dogs much chance to show their capabilities. THE AWARDS Novice Trial, for dogs that have never won a first prize at any trial: W. J. Noakes' 'Pat,' 71 points, first; A. S. Holgate's 'Lass,' 63 points, second. Open Trial: W. J. Noakes' 'Pat,' 70 points, 1; W. J. Noakes' 'Kerry,' 64 points, 2. Local Trial, for dogs within a 10 miles radius of Rye Park: W. J. Noakes' 'Boss,' 59 pts., 1; J. J. Denning's 'Bess,' 57 pts., 2.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A FINE SHOW OF DOGS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

A FINE SHOW OF DOGS Mr. J. Southwell, Boor owa, judging the many dogs, considered them a credit to the place. Generally of good appearance — with some outstanding speci mens; cocker. spaniels were good, fox terriers exceptionally good, greyhound dog fit to show any where; cattle dog and bitch were very fine, specimens, the kelpie dog exceptionally so. General ly, they were all in good show condition and a credit to the exhibitors. THE AWARDS Greyhound Dog: G. Silk 1. Greyhound Bitch: G. Moorby 1. W.*T. Perceval 2. Kelpie Dog: E. Wilson 1. Kelpie Bitch: W. Bush 1, R. J. Waters 2. Terrier Dog: G. Fuller 1. e. Perceval 2. Terrier Bitch: R. Bush 1. Border Collie Dog; Aub. Hol gate li Davis Southwell 1; Border Collie Bitch: G. Moor by 1, A. Pitches 2. Cattle Dog: C. Butt 1, B. Styles 2. Cattle Bitch: C. Butt 1. Best-looking Sheep Dog: R. Banks 1, S. E. Gorham 2. Best-looking Sheep Bitch: W, Bu'Gh.lTR. J. Waters 2. Best Sheep Pup under six aWJntbsiJV. Pe^^^^L. Car mody^. **-' Best Pup, an...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

EMPIRE THEATRE RESERVATIONS . . ... AT WEEDEN'S STORE — OR 'PHONE 72. THIS SATURDAY, 21st APRIL. ' KEY TO THE CITY ' A romantic story that becomes a riot. Starring CLARK GABLE and LORETTA YOUNG. Supported by ' THE GIRL FROM JONES' BEACH ' , Warner Bros.' laugh holiday. A story happier than a dozen vacations! Starring RONALD REAGAN, VIRGINIA MAYO and EDDIE BRACKEN. FOX AUSTRALIAN NEWS AND SHORTS. NEXT WEDNESDAY, 25h APRIL. ' MURDER AT THE WINDMILL ' A spine tingling suspense story at the world famous wind fall. Starring DIANA DECKER, GARY MARSH and JACK I,1VERSY. Supported by ' ARCTIC MANHUNT ' ) A thrilling story of the sriowlands. Starring MIXEL CONRAD. Fox International News and Shorts. * NEXT SATURDAY, 28th APRIL: 'TWO TEXAS KNIGHTS,' a laughin', riotin', technicolour round-up of song and spectacle! Starring ? Dennis Margan, * Jack Carson and Dorothy Malone. Supported by 'THE CLAY PIDGEON,' a suspense drama with a sledge hammer sock. Starring Bill Williams. »»♦♦♦»»♦♦»♦♦♦♦»♦♦»♦♦♦♦...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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SCHOOL WORK DISPLAY OF A HIGH STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

SCHOOL WORK DISPLAY OF A HIGH STANDARD. Mr, W. Curtis. Headmast er at Boorowa Central School, was highly pleased with the schoolwork and commented: 'This is ateal ly outstanding display and a credit to children and teachers.' , . The writing was of a very good standard and first prize divided for best knitted jumper or cardigan by Esma-jEateBL and Shirley EdgeH|njfflig§|P standing exhibits. T!HBf'w as You Please' Art Competi tion the painting of a Spanish galleon by Tommy Baldwin, was asked to be given special men tion. The printing on Joyce Holgate's. exhibit of a map of New .Zealand was very fine. THE AWARDS Handwriting, 7. years and under: Judith Mills. Handwriting -9, years and under: Pat Holgate. Handwriting, 12 years and under, pen and. ink: Gwen Hol gate. Handwriting, 16 years and under, pen and ink: Clarice' Banks. Map of New Zealand: Joyce Holgate. Best Piece of Manual Work, by girl 15 years and under; Es ma Waters. Best Piece of Manual Work, by boy 10 years and under: Bert...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RYE PARK'S WEALTH DISPLAYED JUBILEE SHOW DECLARE "BEST EVER YET" [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

* Jlft PARK'S TOJTH PISPtAYED j JUBILEE SHOW 0ECLARS3 'BEST EVER YET' * ' ? THE THIRD ANNUAL RYE PARK JUBILEE SHOW WAS A RECORD IN EVERY WAY AND VOTED BY THE ? PUBLIC AS EASILY THE BEST SO FAR, THERE WAS A RECORD CROWD, £71 BEING PASSED IN AT THE GATE. ' The weather god, although a bit doubtful in the morning, _ . . decided to be kind and bestow a nice afternoon which was most pleasurable after the previous three days' bad weath- - er. ': : The ringside was, crowded - t with cars, and the children car *'. '* rying balloons anfl^oiesBed dolls - on sticks gave'--i^e*grouM;^ : ' rtiSif^D-jouM^iras jiut of*ac c tion at the last tnerfrent. ?? STASiig^POPULAR Mrs. C. A,- Gorham,- ably .as :. . sisted by Mrs. 3. T. Edwards, . ; conducted a variety stall, which kept the children happy, and i Mr. C. A.Goateftmkepttheball i ; rolling with a^popla stall which ! was very popular throughout J the day.- These two stalls show ed a profit of approximately £45, t which was a. grand effort. i The coo...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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VERY FINE COOKING DISPLAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

a VERY FINE COOKING ^ DISPLAY Entries' in the cookery section' were excellent and ? in goodly number consid ering the -shortage of eggs and butter. The^-four entries for the iced decorated cake were highly com mended, by the judge, Mrs. Ar thur Gorham, of Boorowa. Her comments were: 'On the whole cooking was marvellous. Most outstanding swiss roll and lam ingtons. Very difficult to judge and best cooking she had judg ed. The winning iced decorated cake entered by Mrs. A. H. Pollard, was especially com mended as a great work of art.'' The jams, jellies and pre serves were also numerous and of a high standard. Mrs. Gor ham commented: 'Considering the season and scarcity of fruit, I consider the jams and preserv es very ^ood, but would like to see more competition in the preserves.' The trophy given by Mrs. E. R. Armour for the most suc cessful exhibitor in Section D. was won 1-y Mrs. It. J. Waters. THE AWARDS Scones, six plain: Mrs. R. J. Waters 1 and 2. Chocolate Cake, iced: Mrs. K. ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ERECTION OF TENTS NEAR EX-SERVICEMENT'S CLUB PROHIBITED Nuisance To Club And Occupied Residence [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

ERECTION OF TENTS , CLUB PROMBrHD Nuisance To Chib And Occupied Residence ??;», On the recommendation of The acting Health Inspector . '{Mr. A. A. Bobbin) Boorowa ? Shire Council at its meeting on Wednesday decided not td grant asy further permits ' ' t.' otra veiling showmen to construct tents or canvas structures on the undedicat _ 3 --_.»' _ * II ? 1 ? t. dl— _*.£ eo section oi mantei isireei near the Ex- Servicemen's Club. ; Mr. Bobbin told councillors that the area was -at present leased to Mr. J. P. Bourke and the rection of these structures interfered with the access to the Club and the residence occupied at the rear. Sanitary conven iences at the site for travelling showmen were not 100 per cent.

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OUTSTANDING VEGETABLE DISPLAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

OUTSTANDING VEGETABLE DISPLAY Mr. F. C. Clark, of Boor owa, judging the vegetables and produce, considered the exhibits to be of a very high standard in view of the adverse season. Again the crowd was amazed at this marvellous display. There were 117 entries in. this section, all of a high degree. -The' first prize collection of vegetables exhibited .by Mr; G. SkJQayis 1-ras a ver^ fine one find deserving of special men tion. THE AWARDS Apples, six Rome Beauties: J. W. Frost Apples, six: J. W. Frost. Pears, six dessert: Mrs. D. Russell . Peaches, six yellow flesh: J. E. Morgan 1 and 2. Quinces, six: Brace Hazell 1, Mrs. D. Russell 2. Grapes, Black Common; T. Moorby 1 and 2. Grapes, White Common: T. Moorby 1 and 2. Almonds, any variety: Mrs. R. J. Waters 1 and 2. Wheat: G. Mills 1 and '2. Oats, Algerian: L. Gorham 1, G. Mills 2. Oaten Sheaves: G. L.' Davis. Corn, six cobs: Veness Bros. Corn, six Cobs, green: G. L. Davis It Veness Bros. 2. Oaten Chaff: G. L. Davis. Six Corn Stalks and...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Good Building Site To Be Auctioned [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

GoodBuilding Site To 1% Auctioned Attentita js drawn to the good building ime which will be in cluded m&he sale /of lesiSenee wardonTSesdaWtext, 24th in issnp RpsiHpncp- srill -3at- sold with vacant possession. Situa tion is on corner of Market and Queen Streets, in one of. the best positions in the town. The cor ner block adjoining the Jiouse is a particularly good building site.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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LOVELY SHOW OF FLOWERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

LOVELY SHOW OF FLOWERS It was really amazing to see the great show of flow ers of nearly every variety. Thinking the season would retard the growth of 'flowers in general, it was not ex pected there would be such a fine display. Mrs. W. T.'Fahey, of Boor owa, was very well pleased with the excellence of same and her comments were: 'Although on ly one exhibit in some sections, the others were outstanding. The dahlias were all of a very high standard and Mrs. Moor by's prize dahlia was a beauti ful specimen.' Congratulations to Mrs. Moor by. who won the prize donated by Mrs. W. T. Fahey for -the most successful. exhibitor^in-this' section. .A '?'?'' THE AWARDS Rose, collection: Mrs. A. E. Sargent. Rose, Pink: Mrs. D. Russell 1, Mrs. A. E. Sargent 2. Rose, Red: Mrs. R. J. Waters 1, Mrs. A. E. Sargent 2. Rose, White: Mrs. R. D. Southwell. Rose in three stages: Mrs. A. E. Sargent. Gladioli, three distinct: T. W. Veness. Gladioli, specimen: Mrs. Ken Gorham 1, T. W. Veness 2. Zinnias, thre...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HELD OVER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

HELD OVER Owing to the heavy demand for election advertising space, we were compelled to hold over School Sports. Jubilee Celebra tions at schools and other local items until next issue.

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List Of Prizewinning Awards At Rye Park's Jubilee Show HORSES LACKING IN NUMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

list Of Prizewinniag Awards fit Rye Park's JahiieePhow HORSES LACKING IN NUMBERS The horses were sadly lacking in numbers but those allowing did their job well and kept the ring events go ? ing. They were judged by , Mr. H. H. Barber, of Yass. THE AWARDS Bending Race: H. Moorby 1, G* Moorby 2, „ ' Boy or GirlTtider, 10 yrs. or under: B. Pollard '1. G. Horton 2.-.V Boy Rider, under 15 yrs: G. Apps 1» W. Johnson 2. .Girl Rider, under 15 yrs: A. Noakes 1. - * SECTION A.— HORSES. Local Flag Race: H. Moorby 1 ^and 2. - ' . Sulky Mare or Gelding: W. Bush 1. Mrs. W. Bush 2. Tilting the Ring: E. Noakes 1, G. Moorby 2. Best Hackney, over 14.2: John Noakes 1, V. Carroll 2. Donkey Race: Eric Noakes 1, G. Moorby 2. ? Best Hackney, under 14.2: H. Moorby 1, D. Horton 2. Medley Race: R. Bush 1, V. Carroll 2. Lady Rider: Reva Patterson 1, Shirley. Noakes 2. Hack Race: Neil Pearsall 1, G. Moorby 2. Gentleman Rider: H. Moorby 1, E. Noakes 2. Open Flag Race: H. Moorby 1, G. Moorby 2. Melon Race: H. Mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

? ^^^_. v i* * - ? ' ??? ? -.-?-?-'-? ? .- ? We carry the latest styles in --./ ' , ?' ? Shirts . STRIBLEY'S

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

FOB FULL VALUE AND SATISFACTION. .„

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

MOSES' SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY ONLY ! SPECIAL RELEASE. Some of the hard-toget lines will be obtainable at MOSES' on Tuesday next. WHITE 'SABANA' SHEETS will be obtainable at MOSES' Store next Tuesday. 'PAD-RAY' TARTAN SKIRTS on Tuesday only; 69/6 each. MEN'S Flannelette PYJAMA PANTS, Tuesday only, 12/3 pair— at MOSES'. A NEW COLLECTION of Twin Sets, Cardigans, Pullovers, . showing at MOSES' STORE. 'SAVILLE ROW' Tennis Shirts in neat patterns, Tuesday only, 28/3 each— at MOSES' Store. T. F. MOSES BRIAL ST. ? BOOROWA. JVUVWUVUWVWWVVUVW : I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

Whose Is The Responsibility Of The Boorowa Cemetery ? The deplorable state of neglect that is apparent in the Boorowa cemetery makes one think — who is responsible for its state? So many of our residents in both town and country»Jiave relatives laid to rest in that part which is alluded to as 'God'e Acre.' a sorry compliment to the name in its present state. m ? Many of our pioneer families are buried in the cemetery on the hill, as reading the inscriptions on 'many of the beautiful headstones reveal. The Catholic community have done a good job in their section, but in others the condition is deplorable. Rabbits have taken a great hold in many of the graves. At recent funerals is has been positively dangerous to walk to the graves for the burial service through waist -high, dry grass, acacia and other growths, and appears to be a 'wilderness.' We feel sure that the matter of cleaning up the whole area thoroughly should be taken up, and then some method adopted to keep the cemetery i...

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