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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY HOW TO VOTE LABOR THE SENATE INSTRUCTIONS: Use Figures Only. Place a Figure in Every Square. Mark Ballot Paper from this Card. GROUP A. GROUP B. GROUP C. ~* GROUP D. ( UNGROUPED. 19 DIXON, R. 7 SARINA, R. G. 1 ASHLEY, W. P. 9 SPOONER, W. H. 15 SPENSLEY, E. H. 20 HEALY, J. 8 FOWLER, J. B. 9 ADMCTRfiNr. I 1 10 REID, A. D. 16 ANSTEE, R. C. 21 BAILES, J. W. % uSnin V i U McCALLUM, J. A. 17 LANG, j. T. 22 ROSS, E. A. -* ARNOLD, J. J. 12 TATE, J. P. 18 WEBB, W .G. 23 simm, m. e. 4 GRANT, D. MacL. 13 Mcmullin, a. m. 24 CONNORS, C. G. 5 ARMOUR, S. K. 14 KIRKBY, T.F. _? ? 6 LARGE, W J. ? AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY HUME ELECTORATE iflHHHHHjHHH^ HOW TO VOTE LABOR ^HlM [1] FULLER, A. N. . ??? Every Candidate MUST be Voted For, otherwise your Vote will be Informal, l^^^^^Rl^Sffil^^^H USE FIGURES ONLY. ^^^^^EHH^^^H Keep This Advertisement For Polling Day I^^H|^^HI Authorised by ZELDA FULLER, Campaign Director, Tumut. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

READ TO-DAY'S ADVTS. IN THE 'NEWS.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Here's good news indeed if your eyes are troubling you! » Gibb & Beeman's Travelling Consulting Room is coining your way and you have this splendid opportunity of having, your eyes tested by skilled refractionists using the finest of modern equipment. Glasses will only be recommended if you really need them. 3|tP YOUR . WAY... Giliu and Beeman's famous eye service GIISSS off Dip I* «££ftl!y - Next visit of Travelling Consiiltifij- Mm: BOOROWA: Royal Standard Hotel, SATURDAY, 28th APRIL. Appointments may be made with Mr. J, Thomas, Chemist. i'OUNG: Royal Hotel, MON., 30th April; TUES., 1st May. Ap pointments may be made with Mr. W. F. Gilbert, Newsagent. HARDEN: Carrington Hotel, WED., 2nd MAY. Appointments may be made with D. J. McNamara, Chemist. Box 10, Harden. A 3. BEEMAN — A. S. SKELLETT — Optometrists. 2/6 P A I R * ? . * ? Ring F. COOK Young Telephone YOUNG 687 TOBACCO White Heather Fine Cut FJake ? ? 23/4 Cape Fine Cut Flake ? .. . . 21/4 Clipper Fine Cut Flake ? . ? ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Positions Vacant good man Ranted, with car, to take ojrer established Rjawleigh Dealer's business in Gunning and/ Boorowa Shires. Going concernW Experience not necessary. No capital required. Stock supplied on Credit. For full particulars, write at once to The W. T. Rawleigh Co. Ltd., (NS-241NZ), 60 Dawson Street, Brunswick, N.10, Vic. BOOROWA YOUNG PEOPLE'S CATHOLIC CLUB BALL GUILD HALL, BOOROWA. FRIDAY, 22nd JUNE, 1951. Presentation of Debs, to Bishop Young. DOUG. SOUTHWELL'S ORCHESTRA. Tickets . . 17/6 (Double). Miss Carinel SHEA, Hon. Secretary. Shire Of Boorowa SALE OF PLANT TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until 4 p.m., WEDNESDAY, 23rd MAY, 1951, for purchase of the following surplus plant: (a) 'G-Well' Tipping Hoist and Steel Body Bearer (power take-off and table top of truck body are not includ ed); and (b) ' Massey-Harris ' Single horse Mower. No. 24. 3ft. 6in. cut. Tenders to be submitted sep arately, and to be accompanied by deposit of £5. Lowest or any tender ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

(ADVERTISEMENT) - COUNtKY PARTY ^^H — mm MRS. THELMA KIRKBY ^ %J -THEI^ HARVEY, Kj ^ «£? THE COUNTRY PARTY gives the ElectoW ofrTIume an oppor tunity to elect fa Womari into the Senate Team. MRS. KIRKBY is well known jthroughifot the State as THELMA HARVEY, a brilliant speaker and/ powerful advocate against Communism. Authorised by BEN WENKE, Campaign Director, Cootamundra. 23 Years Top-dressing has proved the HORWOOD BAGSHAW (Shepherd Patent) SUPER BROADCASTER The most effective and economical Broadcasfer for evenly spreading superphosphate over Australian pasture. Enclosed oil-bath gears, ball-bearing spinner shafts. Drive equip ment for any vehicle. Prices from GINTY & O1EARY PTY. LTD., PHONE 116 BOOROWA. PHONE 116 Manufacturers and Diitributon: HORWOOD BAGSHAW LTD.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

IN MEM0R1UM BOYD.— In £1 but loving mem., ory of my/dear husband and our fatherf who departed this life 3rd May. 1941. They say tfia^juae. will heal the wouna1*'^^ And teach us to forget; But so far time/has only proved How much we miss you yet. Inserted byf his loving wife and family. \ BOOROWA AND DISTRICT CHAMBER OF ^COMMERCE. PUBLIQ MEETING PROPOSAl/ TO ESTABLISH BOOROWA AERODROME ALL MEMBERS and all inter ested in the /establishment of proposed* Aertfdrome atJJoorowa are cordially invited to attend a Public M/eting to be held in the Guild Hall Supper Room on THURSDAY NUSfLT, 3rd MAY, when the proposal will be dis cussed. / . A good attmdance is request / G. A.GREIG, / ,Hon. Secretary. FOUND SMALL PURSE, containing sum of money, at St. Patrick's Night Ball, Guild Hall, Boor owa. Owner may have same by apply at 'News' Office, and paying for cost of advt, CHURCH o/ ENGLAND SERVICES. Sunday, Ajbfl^9: Boorowa 8 a.m., Reid's Flaj 11 a.m., Rugby (Annual Meetyfg) 3 p.m., Boor owa 7.30 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THE ' TCt-fe*rVS-F CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS IS 1/6 FOR TWO ONES^ (Minimum) and «d FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/. EXTRA. Approx. 4-5 Words^er Line. FOR SALjl ONE of the Best GUEST HOUS ES on the South Coast, in Pic turesque. Country and equitable climate. Freehold and Business £20,000; one-third -required in cash. Write W. J. PHILLIPS, L.B.A.. Goulburn, for . particu lars. PREPARE for the blackouts by calling at Bushby's, who have stocks. of Kayen. Tilley and Coleman Lamps, with all ne cessary spare parts. BUSHBY'S are agents for All adin Lamps, and carry full stocks of all spare parts, globes and 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 STRIBLEY'S large assort ., ment of Kitchenware. Yes. everything for the housewife. STRIBLEY'S have a few 9ft. and 10ft. Farm Gates left. Be early! Social Evening And Presentation Will be Tendered JMiss O. Wheelwri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Notice To Trespassers ANY PERSON found removing Wood, Hunting, Shooting or otherwise Trespassing without authority on 'SPRINGFIELD,' will be prosecuted. EBtate Late E. G. SPICER. 'Springfield,' Boorowa.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Notice To Trespassers ANY PERSON found Hunting, taking Bees' Nests or Trespass, ing on 'NARRA ALLAN,' with_ out permission, will be prose cuted. H. C. STEVENSbN & CO.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

WEEDEN'S THE HOME OF KEEN PRICES * 'WINTER IS ON ITS WAY,1' AND WE HAVE A CONSIGNMENT OF WINTER UNDERWEAR WORTH INSPECTION. Ladies' Long-sleeved Spencers, in reliable Golden Fleece brand. Size O.S., 28/6 each; size W., 27/6 each. Fleecy-lined Pantettes, size W ? 8/6 pair. Fleecy-lined Bloomers, size O.S ? 9/6 pair. Men's Winter Suede Slippers, lined with Lamb's Wool, with Zipper Front. Brown only ? 35/9 pair. Tapestry Hats, in all sizes. Bright colours. From 28/6 to 33/6 each. ALSO A GOOD SELECTION OP GRANT HEALTH SHOES. . INSPECT NOW. ? WEEDEN'S 11 PUDMAN STREET, BOOROWA. TELEPHONE 4.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

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Convent School Jubilee Celebrations IMPRESSIVE SERVICE AT SI. PATRICK'S [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Con vent School Jubilee Celebrations SKSSIYE SERVICE AT SI. PATRICK'S On Wednesday, morning of last week, the day set apart by Catholic schools for the Commonwealth Jub ilee Celebrations, a special Mass was celebrated in St. Patrick's Church at 9 o'clock by Rev. Fr, Casey who, at the end of Mass. blessed the flaer provided bv the Jubilee Committee, after which the children and par ents proceeded to the school where the fla^wasNm furled. ' \ S^ 1 Father Casey then delivered the following eloquent and stirring address to. all assembled: 'This flag has been presented to us by the Jubilee Committee as part of the celebrations commemorating fifty years of Fed eration. It is the symbol of our country — a handy way of saying all that ive mean by the name. Australia.' 'All nations.' said Father Gasey, 'have used flags in this way. At first they were used in battles — to show the soldiers where their own soldiers' were — to enable the general to know how the fight was going — to point out th...

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FROGMORE NEWS PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

^iiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiiEaiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiicaftaiiiitiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiuiiiiiiiitiiiiiiciiiiiiriiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiicaiiiiiiiiiiiicaifiiii^ (FEOM OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT) PERSONALS Mrs. .Carberry, who, has been in. the Boorowa Hospital for some weeks, returned home last Sunday. She is looking very well now. Mrs. Woodward and children left last Sunday to , return to their home near Wollongong. A few Frogmore people re mained for the pictures last Wednesday week, after the school sports. Frogmore won the two cups for relays — boys and girls — and it was expected that June Hill would receive the cup for girl or boy under 10 with most points. It was disappointing to note that she did not get the cup on the Wednesday night. However, enquiries were made, the following morning and, pleasing to relate. June did win the cup. The mistake was un fortunate, but understandable.

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WORKING-BEE AT THE SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

WORKING-BEE AT THE SCHOOL The working-bee called last Saturday by the Progress Asso ciation to put the school tennis court in order, was very success ful. Wire netting was erected and the court swept and other minor adjustments made. The import ant works were completed. Since the working-bee, the court has been lined and dur ing the week the schoolchildren have indulged most enthusiastic ally in this great social sport. It is to be noted that this court at the- school may be used by anyone desirous of playing at any time outside school hours. It is. purely a public court for which no hire charge is made. With the restoration of the | tennis court after a lapse of! many years, avenues of further | sporting activity at the school are opened up. It is proposed to use the court (the district's best) also for backetball, volley ball and other similar ball games. As the public courts near the hall will be in use next Satur day, a number of people are expected to take their racquets when t...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

TENNIS The local team last Saturday bad a good win (13 sets to 5- against Rye Park Welcome Club, it Rye Park. ' Next Saturday they meet the Baia team on the Frogmore courts and are certain of a good day's tennis if the weather holds out, and are hopeful of another success. The team chosen for next Sat urday's game is: Messrs. Harry and Stan Corcoran, Wally Banks and Ken Gay; Mesdames J. Sparkes and H. Corcoran. Last Sunday further local so cial games were conducted. Quite a fair crowd rolled up to enjoy the day's sport. During the afternoon ^ con siderable amount of work was done on thee courts so that they should be in good condition for next Saturday's mate u As this i& Election Day and everyone w-11 have to come into Fi ogmore to vote, it is expected that there will be a number of spectators.

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MINE PROGRESS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

MINE PROGRESS Some good amount of proT gress is being made at the wol fram mine. The place has been cleaned up' and set in readiness to receive further machinery. building and development. Since JMr. Frank Holmes brought the pumping machinery from Sydney, it has ? been in stalled and pumping will com mence as soon as pipes and so on are obtained. These should ar rive on the job before very long.

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THE ROAD TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

THE ROAD TO COME. The announcement that the Shire Council is to put an as phalt road right through the village during the latter part of this year, has caused general satisfaction and pleasure among the long-suffering locals. The road will not come soon enough and the day that it is completed will be a great day for Frog more. HORSE RUGS in all sizes ,and best quality, are available at BUSHBY'S.

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PUBLIC LIBRARY IN OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

PUBLIC LIBRARY IN OPERATION A few people have already joined and borrowed books from the Public Library in the school. This progressive undertaking of the P. and C. Association should be quite a success. The selection of books, although 'not yet very large, is very good, and as mone'y comes in it will be spent on further purchases. Service and not profit is the motive and people are request ed to submit the names of books or authors they desire. These will be obtained as funds become available. It is hoped that people, when g-oing to vote. . will also avail themselves of the library facil ities.

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WEEK-DAY WEEDING Crawford-Powderly [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

WEEK-DAY WEDDING Crawford-Powderly The wedding of Norma Veronica Powderly, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Powderly, of 'Blooms- bury,' Young, and Justin Anthony Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Craw- ford, of Boorowa, was cele- brated on Wednesday, April 11. Held in St. Mary's Church, Young, at 8.30 a.m., the cere- mony was followed by Nuptial Mass. Fr. Leo Grant (bride's cousin), of Bathurst, officiated, assisted in his duties by Rev. Dean Deegan. Mrs. F. O'Reilly played the organ and the child- ren's choir, with soloist Mr. Ken Dwyer, of Boorowa, sang 'The Benediction.' The altar of the church had been beautifully decorated by the Presentation Sisters. The four altar boys were friends and cousins of the bride- groom.   The exquisite white lace brid- al gown, featuring a round neck- line of silk tulle complimented with a tiny Peter Pan collar of face, and a slightly old world style skirt showing a panel of embroidered silk tulle frills be- ginning at centre ...

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RUGBY NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

RUGBY NEWS Mrs. Gibbons, of Sydney, has been visiting her son and daugh ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gibbons. * * * A social evening and presen tation will be tendered Miss Olive Wheelwright in the local hall on Saturday afternoon, 5th May, prior to her approaching marriage. ?' ? * * Saturday, May 19th, is the date selected for the unveiling of the Memorial Gates at Rug by. The unveiling ceremony is to take place at 3 p.m., when Lt.-Col. C. G. W. Anderson, V.C., will be in attendance, and a cor dial invitation is extended to all service personnel of both World Wars, and the public in general. A dance is to be held at night. * * * Mr. Reg Collins, of 'Ula,' Dunedoo, is visiting relatives in the district and is the guest of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Collins. -. * * » Mr. John Gurney Snr. is a pa tient in the Boorowa District Hospital, but we are pleased to report that his condition is sat isfactory. * * *     The death occurred in Crook...

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