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OBITUARY MR. PERCY JOHN GRUBER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

OBITUARY MR. PERCY JOHN GRUBER General regret was expressed in Boorowa on Tuesday morn- ing, April 10, when it became known that Mr. Percy Joseph Gruber, of Queen Street, had passed away in the early hours of the morning at the Boorowa District Hospital following a stroke he had suffered the week previous. Although the late Mr. Gruber had been in failing health for many years his sudden passing came as a severe shock to his many friends and relatives. During the time he was an in- mate of the local institution every possible medical attention was given him and his death came peacefully.   The late Mr. Gruber was a son of Mrs. Phoebe Gruber, of Goul- burn, and the late Mr. William Gruber, and had reached the age of 62 years. He was born at Gundaroo, in the Yass dis- trict, and in 1914 he married Miss Hannah Thompson, of Yass River. After his marriage he left Yass and settled at Mur- ringo, on the property "Glen- rock," which he purchased. After a few years he came to Boo...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

GOULBURN, ^aite , - : WGVANNUA3L;:^K-^.\ ' Special Sheep Sale next THURsp&Y, V/jsiikT^mnHp^ssi' INCLUDING: 6455 MERINO EWES, from ''Lerida,' 'Raeburu, '' 'Pylara,' 'Willerco,' 'Lark Hill,' 'Reevesdale, ' 'ManaV 'Werri- wa,' 'Bullamalita,*' 'Grathawaj, '' 'Wioxthaia,' ''Rhyanna'1 and '' Pomeroy. '' 6433 MERINO WETHERS, from 'Lerida,' 'Raeburn,1- 'Werri- wa.' 'Lark Hill,- 'Spring Ponds,' 'Manar,'' 'Satchell,' 'Golden Vale,' '.Jaequa'' and Riveriua bred. 3180 MIXED SEX MERINO WEANERS, from 'Lerida,'' Rae burn,' 'Packwood,' 'The Gjb,' 'Longfield' and Pure Bundemar blood. 1550 CORRJEDALE EWES, from ' Gundogriuga,' 'Pajar Park,' and ' Longfield.' 1000 CORRIEDALE WEANERS MIXED SEXES, McFarlaue Blood, from 'Longfield.'1 3464 CROSSBRED and COMEBACK EWES, from 'Willeroo,' 'Packwood,' 'Wioxtham, '' 'Glenheaton,' 'Longfleld,' ''Bywong, '' 'Grathawai.' 740 CROSSBRED and COMEBACK WETHERS, from 'Will- eroo,'' 'Jacqua,'' 'Longfield. ' 3300 MIXED SEX CROSSBRED WEANERS, from 'Packwood,' 'Glen...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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FAREWELL TO FR. M. O'BRIEN [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

FAREWELL TO FR. M. OBRIEN The Guild- Hall, Boorowa, was packed to its capacity last night when parishioners of St. Patrick's Church gath ered to farewell Rev. Fr. M. O'Brien, formerly of Boor owa, who has been trans ferred to Braidwood. Rev. Fr. O'Brien was the re cipient of a number of preseni tatiens, including a wallet Of notes, as a token of esteem in which he was held by the Cath olic community during is four years in Boorowa. Owing to the lengthy proceed ings cf the function a full re port will appear in next issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

YASS . ? SPECIAL SHEEP SALE TUESDAY, 20th FEBRUARY, at 2 p.m. 4000 LOCAL SHEEP 4000 250 MERINO EWES, C.F.A., 'Bango' Station bred, Merry ville : Blood, shorn end of September and dipped; sound mouths; j a great line of Fine Wool Breeders . ! 430 MERINO EWES,. C.F.A., Armour bred; Pure 'Merryvjlle ' blood; shorn October; good condition. 140 MERINO EWES, 2 years old, shorn October and dipped; ' Springbank' ' bred; good condition; well grown. ' 312 MERINO EWES, 2 and 4 years, 'Sunuyridge' bred; shorn September; good condition. A great line of Breeders. 100 MERINO MIXED SEXES, 15 months old, 'Sunnyridge- bred; shorn September; well grown, good condition. 300 MERINO WETHER WEANERS, 'Roseville1' bred, 'Merry- ville' blood; September droy; gcod line of Fine Wool cutters. . ?- 350 MERINO WETHERS, 4 years, 'Springbark ' bred; shorn October; fat condition. A great line of Fine Wool cutters. 120 MERINO WETHERS, 4 and 5 years, 'Sunnyridge'' bjed: shorn September; very well grown; fat condition....

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R.S.L. TEAM TO PLAY BURRANGONG [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

R.S.L. TEAM TO PLAY BURRANGONG The following team will rep resent Boorowa R.S.L. against Btirrangong en the local ground uext Sunday: J. Wales, J. Ford, N. Nicholls, J. Sparkes, B. Styles, A. Perceval, C. Med way, K. Ford, M. Mewburn, C. Costello, J-. Zickby, P. Costello (12).

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74 YEAR OLD DALTON WOMAN ASSAULTED Grazier Arrested On Serious Charge [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

74 YEAR OLD D ALTON WOMAN ^ASSAULTED Grazier Arrested On Serious Charge ' Last Sunday afternoon police arrested a grazier at Dalton and charged him with rap ing a 74 year old woman who lives in a cottage about a mile from Dalton. He was al«o charged with carrying an unlicensed revolver. The grazier u Charles Geoff rey Martin (37), married, of Dalton. The outrage was stated to have occurred late on Thursday night or early on Friday morn ing of last week. The woman stated she was awakened by a man brandishing a revelver: His face was masked. The man walked into the cottage, and is alleged to have threatened her with a revolver, and then assaulted her. . The woman who suffers from heart trouble, was very distress ed. She received medical at: tention at Dalton, and was then brought in to Gunning. The matter was reported to the police, aiffl Wet.iSgt. Emery (Queanbeyapn: Etet,.-Sgfc Bruce Catt (Goulbutfjjbetectives Mil ler, StrachanptnS'jPearce (Syd ney), and ; jjgitftistable Court (Gunn...

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OTHER MATCH RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

OTHER MATCH RESULTS Bendick Murrell defeated the Bocrowa Federals (scores un available). Burrangong, 7 for 229, def. Harden Town, 9 for 225. Thuddungra . 150, def. Bina* long-Galong 61.

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

TOW TALK Congratulaaons to Mr. and Mrs. Tqm Smey, of 'Hillgrove,' Boorowa, onfjlie birth of a son at St Marg»&!s Private Hos pital, Luke iSjreet, Darlinghurst, last Monday grooming.' We are so$cSr to learn that Mrs. H. £#? Smith, of Scott Street, wa£|g-imitted to Boor owa District«0spital last 'week. Her many tipntis wish her a speedy recdywyi We are pleased to learn that Mrs. Jim Cranston, of Court Street, whowas admitted to Boorcwa DistpctJHospital at the week-end, is^rogressing satis factorily. . i%',,~-£ ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

SURE, -T48 - A GRAND DANCE RUGBY HALL Saturday, 17th February (In Aid of Show Funds) Good Music : Floor : Supper. (Ladies a Basket) PRICES ? RIGHT. Laurel Roberts, Betty Croker, Joint Sees. FOR THE BEST in Job Print ing, contact the 'Burrowa News.' COMMONWEALTH JUBILEE SHOW BALL GUILD HALL, BOOROWA, Friday, 23rd February, , DOUG. SOUTHW'ELL'S ORCHESTRA. Double Ticket 17/6; Gents 10/-! Ladiei 7/6. C. K. GORHAM, Hon. Secretary.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

|1§|1 ^ffw^^mm^m I ; iffitel CRYSWt Now on Display at STBIBLEY'S OP BOOROWA. FOB PULL VALUE AND SATISFACTION.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

Hboorowa SHEEP AND CATTLE SALE FRIDAY, 16th FEBRUARY, 1951 AT 1.30 P.M. 5000 Merino and Crossbred Sheep 5000 50 Fat and Store Cattle 50 , 750 MERINO WETHERS. 2 and 3 years old, 1 mark, early shorn, big frames; forward td fat. Pure Boonoke blood. 750 BORDER LEICESTER EWES, 2 aud 3 years old, 1 mark, shorn October, dry; very good condition. 700 BORDER LEICESTER MIXED SEXES, May-June 50 drop, one mark, shorn October; forward to fat. 500 MERINO WETHERS, 5 yrs. old, shorn October; forward condition. 400 MERINO EWES, C.F.A., good condition; good quality, one mark, dry; October shorn. 150 BORDER LEICESTER WETHERS, 2 years old, shorn October; forward condition. 300 MERINO WETHERS, 5 years old, shorn September; for ward to fat. ? 100 MERINO EWES, 6 years old, sound mouths, dry; forward condition . 1600 MERINO and CROSSBRED SHEEP, all local stations breeding; to be drafted into respective lots. 50 HEAD of FAT and STORE CATTLE. FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED. KEEN DEMAND ASSURED. Trucks available to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

CANVAS. THEATRE Location: Next to Guild Hall. Coles' New Varieties SHOW NIGHTS ONLY TUESDAY And WEDNESDAY, 2flth-21st FEBRUARY, 1951 ALL -THE OLD FAVOURITES HACK AGAIN-*AND A HOST OF NEW STARS— including: 'DIXIE, KIDD'3r- Everybpdy's Favourite. ''''' * 'MARCELLAS' — in ALL NEW ACTS. 'SLIM' DE GREY. Comedian; BILLY KERSHAW, Compere; JOY CLYDE. Now and Daring Strip Tense. FULL BALLET AND ORCHESTRA. Box Plan Now Open at Stuart Brown's Newsagency. Prices: Reserves and Front Chairs 8/3; Back Chairs 6/6; Galleries 4/6 (including Tax). Booking Fee, 3d Extra. , . NO HALF PRICE WEDNESDAY NIGHT !

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SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

SALVATION ARMY. Sunday, February 11: Rye Park 7.30 p.m., Salvation Meet ing- P. Stephens, Lieutenant.

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BOOROWA DIGGERS FOUGHT LOSING BATTLE Young's Comfortable Win In Sunday Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

BOOROWA DIGGERS FOUGHT LOSING BATHE Young'? Comfortable Win In Sunday Cricket Fast bowler Jack Bond skittled the Boorowa Diggers in. their match against the Young Town Club on Sunday and it was largely due to his fine performance— he took seven wickets for 25 runs— that Ja*t year's prem iers scored an easy win at .Boorowa. Bond 's deadly bowling was supported by solid batting. Boorowa Diggers batted first and in their innings totalled 108, iu which K . Ford batted attract ively being undefeated for 39. N. Nicholls (21) and J. Ford (15) also shaped well. Young replied with eight wick ets for 233. J. Gahan headed the list with 52, and J. Murray and E. Hanlon also reached the halficentury. Scores: — BOOROWA R.6.L. J. Ford, b J. Bond ...... 15 B. Watkins, b J. Bond .. 2 B. Styles, run out .... . . 1 A. Perceval, run out .... 6 K. O'Neill, c T. Powderley, b H. McAlister ...... 11 K, Ford, not out ? 39 N. Nicholls, b J. Bond .... 15 J. Wales, b J. Bond .... 2 M. Mewburn, c J. Gahan, b J. ...

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BALLOT FOR COWRA FLATS POSTPONED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

BALLOT FOR COWRA FLATS POSTPONED A ballot which was to have taken place at Cowra for ten ants for the new block of Housing Commission flats at the corner of Brisbane and Broughton Streets has been postponed until February 23, at 10 a.m. The reason for this postpone ment is that although there are many applications in for these flats, very few of the applicants are eligible as tenauts. The result is that there are not enough eligible tenants in the ballot to occupy all the flats. There are plenty of applica tions for the two one-bedroom flats. The difficulty comes in finding tenants for the ten two bedroom flats. The Commission specifies that children living in the flats must be at least nine years of age. The flats will only be let to tenants who have one child over the age of nine or two children over nine of the same sex.

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BOOROWA IN STATE MEMBER'S NEXT VISIT TO ELECTORATE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

BOOROWA IN STATE MEMBERS NEXT VISIT TO ELECTORATE The State Member (Mr. Fred J. Cahill, M.L.A.) who will viBit Young and Cowra daring the week ending February 1041, next, plans to include Boor owa in his next visit to his electorate. The first Catholic Church at Boorowa was con structed nearly 120 years ago— the shell of the old church now standing at the rear of Bushby's Em porium in Court Street. He will be accompanied on his visits. to Young and Forbes by Mr. Joe Fitzgerald, M.H.R. Mr. Cahiii said to-day they would be at Young on Saturday, February . 10, for the annual meeting of the local A.L.P. branch . The following day they would visit Cowra for the annual meetings of the Young State Electoral Council of the A.L.P., and the annual meeting of the Cowra branch . He added that his next visit would include Boorowa. He had visited Grenfell last week in company1 with Senator Ashley, following the Calare Electoral Council meeting at Forbes.

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MORE LAND FOR SOLDIER SETTLERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

MORE LAND FOR SOLDIER SETTLERS State Cabinet to-day ap proved the acquisition, of 11 country properties for sub division for war service land settlement. The Premier, Mr. McGirr, said the properties would provide a further 48 farms. Eight promotion estates will give 21 ex-Servicemen farms under the scheme. Four of these estates are on the north coast. Three properties, 'Copabella4' and 'Yarara,' near Holbrook, and ' 'Errowanbang,* ' in the Car coar district, will be allotted by ballot. They will subdivide 21 farms. Details of the properties are: 'RIverview': A single farm dairy unit of 347 acres near Ky-. ogle. '?Claverton' : A single farm dairy and vegetable property at Peurith, 125 acres. 'Myall View' and 'Hilly- lands' : 10,116 acres near Gil gandra. Five wheat and fat lamb farms and one fat lamb and woolgrowing farm. 'BoolcarroT ' : Seven shee*p blocks from 16,750 acres at Wee Waa. 'Willocks': Two dairy and maize farms from 371 acres near Casino. ' 'Perpetua ' : Single * farm da...

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WELCOME EXTENDED TO NEW ANGLICAN MINISTER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

TO NEW ANOJC AN lflMSTCR_ Last night a large gatering of parishioners of St. John's Church gathered at the Rectory and extended a welcome to their new Minister, the Rev. A» A. Smith. B.A., to Boorowa.

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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OP ENGLAND. Sunday, February 11: :- Boori owa S ,a.m., Murringo 11 a.m., TangnuinBaroo 3 p.m., Bborowa 7.30 p;m. Sunday, February 11 (First Sunday in Lent): 8 a.m. Boor owa, 11 a.m. MurrJngo. 3 p.m. Tangmangaroo, 7.30 p.m. Boor-, owa; Preacher at all services, the Rev. P. de M. Pickburn, Dio cesan Commissioner of the Dio cese of Canberra and Goulburn). - Wednesday, February 14: Boorowa 7.30 a.m,, Holy Com munion; 7.30 p.m., Devotions and Address. Sunday, February 18 (Second Sunday in Lent): 8 a.m, Boorr owa, 11 a'.m. Rye Park, 3 p.m. Frogmore, 7.30 p.m. Boorowa. A. A. Smith, B.A,, Recton

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

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