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GRAGK COOTA. TEAM TO PLAY AT NEXT SUNDAY KEEN STRUGGLE EXPECTED WITH "GREEN AND GOLDS" IN COMP. FIXTURE BIG CROWD EXPECTED AT SHOWGROUND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

CRACK fOTi TEAM TO PLAY AT BOOeiiSf XT SUNDAY KEEN STRUGGLE EXPECKD WITH 'GREEN AND GOLDS' IN COMP. FIXTURE BIG CROWD EXPECTED AT SHOWGROUND RECOGNISED AS THE CRACK TEAM OF GROUP NINE— COOTAMUNDRA— WILL MEET THE GREATLY IMPROVED BOOROWA THIRTEEN AT THE BOOROWA SHOWGROUND NEXT SUNDAY AFTERNOON IN THEIR COMPETITION FIXTURE, AND THE RECORD CROWD EXPECTED SHOULD WITNESS A REALLY FIRST-CLASS EXHIBITION OF THE CODE. Led by the ex-International second-row forward, Fred De Belin, Cootamundra have again this season a splendid combination as can be seen by their easy victories over other Group Nine teams. The secretary of the Boor owa Club (Mr. Herb Smith) advised the 'News' to-day that Cootamundra will trav el by special train and will arrive at Boorowa at mid day. Cootamundra will be repre sented by J. Schofield, F. Full er. R. McDonald, N. McDonald, S. Sisle; K. Wheatley, R. Cohen, K. Leary, K. Chuck, J. Gillette, F. De Belin, V. Taylor and M. Howse. BOOROWA TEAM SELECTED TO-NIGHT, AFTER T...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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PEACOCKS ATTACTED IN YOUNG PARK Dog Kills One, Mauls Another [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

PEACOCKS AHACTED Dag Kills One, Maids Another Two -valuable peacocks have been the centre of at traction for visitors to Ca'r rington Park at Young for the past ten years. But on recent afternoon a dog got into the yard, killed one of the peacocks and badly mauled the other one. The caretaker, Mr. H. Smith, returned to the paTk on Sun day afternoon and found a large black dog tied near the door of his hut. He then discovered a note written on a piece of brown pap er and poked into the key-hole. The note read as follows: 'Mr. Smith; we caught this dog in the peacock's yard, kill ing the peacocks. He had al ready killed one. I lifted the netting and got the dog out.' The note was signed by Victor Woods, of 5 Margaret Street. Young. . Had the boys not happened to come along at the crucial mom ent, the dog would have un doubtedly killed both peacocks. The dog, whose ownership is unknown, was destroyed.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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ON THE LINKS. RESULTS OF WEEK-END MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

ON THE LINKS. RESULTS OF WEEK-END MATCHES (BY 'CADDIE.') Golf conducted on the local links over last week end consisted of an 18 Holes Stroke Handicap on Satur day and an 18 Holes Stable ford Handicap on Sunday. Both events attracted good fields and again some excellent cards were returned which, in turn caught the eye of the handicappers and several handi caps of members have conse quently been reduced. The Stroke Handicap resulted in wins for Dick Ryan in the 'A' Grade and Dave Perks in the 'B' Grade, the former fin ish 3 under and the latter 8 un der par. The Stableford Handicap went to Harold Thompson in the 'A' Grade section with an excellent card of 40 points and the 'B' Grade was won by Colin Glover with 34 points. TREES PLANTED AROUND COURSE The Grounds Committee led by Bruce McMahon have been doing some good work in the planting of trees around the course and these should greatly add to the appearance of the course in the years ahead.

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FISHERIES ACT AMENDMENTS Local Anglers To Advise [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

FISHERIES ACT, AMENDMENTS Local Anglers To Advise Angling Clubs and fisher men have been invited by the State Member (Mr. Fred J. Cahffl, M.L.A.) to make suggestions for amending the Fisheries and Oyster Farms Act. Mr. Cahill said the Chief Sec retary (Mr. Clive Evatt) pro posed to amend the Act. He had invited him to submit sugges tions for amendments to it. 'I don't know anything about fishing,' Mr. Cahill continued, 'but I do know there are a lot of my constituents who are keen on the sport and I feel that they are the best judges of what amendments should be considered in re-framing the Act. Accordingly, I decided to invite those who fish in the Lachlan, the Murrumbidgee or any other river to advise me.' The local Member said the Chief Secretary claimed the in creased interest in fishing brought with it appropriate problems of administration. New fishing practices! extens ive water conservation program !mes, industrialisation, unwise land use and bush fires were also contributin...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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RUGBY'S JUBILEE SHOW list Of Donations [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

RUGBY'S JUBILEE SHOW ? * list Of Donations Following is a list of those who gave donations towards the recent Rugby Show: — £6: Mr. W. M. Kelly. £5/5/-: Messrs. S. R. Collins, C. K. Gorham, H. Bladwell. £4/4/-: Mr. W. P. Kelly. £3/3/-: Messrs. O. W. Mew burn, K. Kelly, T. J, Horton, A. H. Wheelwright, Mrs. W. Kelly. £3: Messrs. P. C. Kensit, W. J. Shepherd. £2/2/-: Messrs. Alex Wilson. R. Kelly, D. W. Horton. P. A. and R. Corcoran, R. L. Gorham, D. Cummings, S. P. Croker. R. Perceval, G. E. Wilson, A. E. Page, Rodger Kelly, Mrs. W . J . Downes. £2: Mrs. P. C. Kensit, Messrs R. Nilon, «T. A. Gurney, S. V. Kensit. £1/10/-: Messrs. R. J. Coll ins, W. M. Collins, A. O. Wil son. £1/1/-: Messrs. F. W. Weav er, Heats Motors, D. Wilkinson, Geoff Croker, Jack Johnson, E. Croker, Louis Croker, Pitt, Son and Badgery (Boorowa), A. J. Adams, H. Boreham, E. Gib bons, J. A. Boyd, W. Dickson, J. Hafey, Fred Mewburn, L. T. Gorham, R. J. Harris, Royal Insurance Co., A. E. Elkins, T. Perceval, H. Pete...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

STBIBLEY'S The Hardware Specialists ? ? ? STANLEY PLANES . SQUARES . BREAST and HAND DRILLS . SPIRIT LEVELS. i . ? BENCH GRINDERS . HAND SAWS . TOOL . BOXES . PANEL SAWS . BEVELS. ?J ? SHIFTING SPANNERS (Gin. *t0 36in.). J ] ? SETS S.A.E. and WHITFORD SPANNERS. ? SOCKET -SETS . CHISELS . FILES. 1 ? ANVILS (28 lb.» to 112 Ib.) . FORGES . FARRIERS' TOOLS. I ? BRACE and BITS . WIRE CUTTERS WIRE STRAINERS . SPUD BARS. ! ? SHOVELS . MATT.OCKS . PICKS. ! ? ? PIPE CUTTERS . PIPE WRENCHES. ? STOCKS AND DIES— all sizes ? TROWELS . FLOATS . GROOVERS. ? BRICK' BOLSTERS . BRICK TOR. ? HARNESS . HARNESS WARE. A HUGE NEW SHIPMENT OF HARDWARE ON DISPLAY. !» £ *STRIBLEY , GENERAL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT I BOX 9. BOOROWA. BOX 9. , i ? ' i PRINTED and published _ by Gregory Grey O'Hara, Pro prietor, of 41 Marsden Street, Booowa, at' the 'Boorowa News' Printery, 2 Pudman St., Boorowa. S ADDLE. S They say that Bushby's. of Boorowa, have re ceived another consignment of Military Stock Saddles. These ar...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

1 ' ''''?* * ' n i '- ? ? ta' F0RD5DN '°'^f4 mwmmtUwMmm J M^M^j ' OISC harr°wing Fordsou Major fans the power to haul the larger sized -JB^^^^f^^^^if^ ploughs and other cultivating implemenU through 'tough flH§ggJMp3pgBjjjp||^y Bpots' and get the work done on time. '*'t '^^^'- * ' '' ' '? SOWING Fordson Major is reducing field operations for many j fanners, thereby saving labour and substantially cutting Q^fi&. jffli^ working costs. With a maximum. 29 h.p. at drawbar, ^'^M^I^^Sf 32.5 b.p. on belt pulley, and a conveniently located power ' *' \ -r. ;'?'?; ''.'';? .- '^j^KKj^ * take off, Fordson Major provides unlimited opportunities HARVESTING for power application at every season of the year. Full particulars and illustrated literature are available ^IM^'J^t^^^S^ from your Fordson Dealer. ? Yi9B'l»SriPffl!lK' A. J. ALJAlYlO V HAY BALING / FORD SERVICE STATION V ' / MARSDEN ST -' BOOROWA ~ 'PH--NE 78. ^* ? ^

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HOSPITAL AUXILIARY'S SUCCESSFUL STREET STALL £53 Raised From Effort On Election Day [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

HOSPITAL AUXILIARY'S SUCCESSFUL STREET STALL £53 Raised From Effort On Election Day The Boorowa Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary conduct ed a very successful Street Stall in Marsden Street on Election Day (Saturday . last) when an amount of £53 was raised from the effort. Apart from a splendid array of articles ' on the stall which were readily disposed of, sever al competitions were conducted and these were won by the fol lowing: Baby's Dress, Mrs. Gilroy; Cordials, Mr. J. Taylor; Dinner,. Mrs. Beighope; Weight of Sheep, Mr. T. Hall, who guess ed 641b. The correct weight was 64?- lbs. Members of the Auxiliary wish to express their sincere thanks to the public for their patronage and to those who readily gave donations and ar ticles for disposal, which helped considerably to the success of the stall.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 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. STEVENSON & CO. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

Notice To Trespassers ANY PERSON found removing Wood, Hunting, Shooting or otherwise Trespassing without authority on 'SPRINGFIELD,' will be prosecuted. Estate Late E. G. SPICER. 'Springfield,1' Boorowa; ]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

I S. D. BOBBIN & COMPANY Licensed Stock, Station, Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers and Valuers, 13 MARSDBN STREET, BOOROWA. Agencies: ,. § New Zealand Loan and M.A. Co. Ltd. ? T. and G. Mutual Life Society. ? Australian Fertilizers. ? Guardian Assurance Company Ltd. ? Hoover Vacuum Cleaners. ? Washing Machines, etc. . AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED ANYWHERE Valuations for Probate, Transfers, etc. Stock and , Property Lists Available. - S. D. BOBBIN AND COMPANY Phones: 2 & 117 (Offices) ; 107 (Private) ; P.O. Box 16 \ ? : ? SHEARING the Flock is like harvesting the crop— the culmination of your year's labour. MAKE SURE you REAP the Maximum Results of your work by Marketing your Clip at the Outstand. ing Woolselling Centre ? GOULBURN and that means the Efficient, Courteous and Under standing Services of THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative, Grain, Insurance and Agency. Co. Ltd., GOULBURN. LONGMORE & SLADE STATION STREET, HARDEN, Wish to notify the Public of Boorowa S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

\ \ \ f I / ^ iifps^ Good mixing, but— No matter how well you cany out the actual mixing of a recipe, results won't be good unless the ingredients are right.1 For success in ail baking — scones, cakes, biscuits, pastries, etck, Aunt Mary's Baking Powder is fi^^^T**^. Vou can be sure of good results every f^^^^^^^M AUNT :^Sf®?' BAKING POWDER%^ip Ask for all Aant Mary's Pare Food Products Truck Owners! Your 825 x 20 Tyres Recapped Now AUTO RETREADS, Lovell Street, YOUNG QUICK SERVICE — ALL WORK GUARANTEED. AUTO RETCEADS, OF YOUNG 'Phone 626. NEAR MILL SILOS 'Phone 626. PRODUCERS Selling Co. LwNv / 26 Bridge -St., Sydney O G. O. farnham, Mng. Dlrector^^ / I d&faefodb COoLSELEY The new Wolseleys make their bow . . . the 6-cylinder 'Six-Eighty' and the 4 cylinder 'Four-Fifty'. Both are cars of III flowing lines and flashing performance, HI of immaculate coachcraft and matchless engineering — spacious, powerful and luxurious . ,. . cars of character and Ijl distinction for those w...

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LOW RAINFALL AT BOOROWA TO DATE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

LOW RAINFALL AT BOOROWA TO DATE Rain fell at Boorowa on elev en days during the month of April and 136 points were re corded, making a total for the first four months of the year, 570 points. January's falls amounted to 190 points; Febru ary 202; and March, 42 points.

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FULLER REGAINS HUME FOR LABOR Country Swing Returns A.L.P. Candidate [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

FULLER REGAINS HUME FOR LABOR Country Swing Returns A.LP. Candidate WITH APPROXIMATELY 3,000 POSTAL AND AB SENTEE VOTES STILL TO BE COUNTED, IT APPEARS ALMOST CERTAIN THAT MR. A. N. FULLER (LABOR) HAS REGAINED THE HUME SEAT FfiOM THE SITTING COUNTRY PARTY MEMBER, MR. C. G. W. ANDERSON. COUNTING OF PRIMARY VOTES AT COOTAMUNDRA SHOWS FULLER 604 VOTES AHEAD. It is anticipated that with the distribution of the absentee votes Fuller will maintain his lead and win Hume seat by about the same 'margin as he lost it to Mr. Anderson in the. . December. 1949. election. There is little doubt that Fuller's success was achieved as the result of the Wool Tax De duction Act, introduced by the Government. A percentage of the graziers, confused by the Act, became hostile to the Gov ernment, believing .that their money had been taken from them, when in fact it had only been a prepayment of tax, bringing that section of the community into line with wage earners and .business men (pro vincial tax). That...

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, May 6: Frogmore 11 a.m., Rye Park 3 p.m. (Sunday School Anniversary and Sacra ment), Boorowa 7.30 p.m. (Sac rament), Rev. C. Buttsworth. Sunday, May 13: Godfrey's Creek 11 a.m., Frogmore 3 p.m., Boorowa 7,30 p.m., Rev. C. H. Buttsworth; Rye Park 3 p.m.. Mr. A. Southwell. Rev. C. H. Buttsworth, Minister. .

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Notice To Landholders In Boorowa Police District [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

Notice To Landholders In Boorowa Police District All landholders in the Boorowa district who have not yet returned their agri cultural, dairying and pas toral statistical return are requested to return it im mediately to the officer, in charge of the Boorowa Police Station.

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SALVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

SALVATION ARMY Sunday, May 6: Rye Park 7.15 p.m., Salvation Meeting, conducted by Mr. W. Daniel. Sunday, May 13: Rye Park 7.15 p.m. Special Mother's Day Service, to be conducted by Corps Officers. P. Stephens, . Lieutenant.

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PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

PRESBYTERIAN Sunday, 13th May: Boorowa 3 p.m. - Sunday, May 27: Boorowa 3 P P-m. Rev. M. MacDonald, M.A. Minister.

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AUXILIARY BISHOP'S VISIT TO BOOROWA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

AUXILIARY' BISHOP'S VISIT . TO BOOROWA Most Rev. G. Young, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop of Canberra Goulburn, will pay a visit to Boorowa on June 22 when he will receive the debutantes at the Young People's Catholic Club Ball.

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 4 May 1951

TOWN TALK Mrs. Thelma . Mewburn, of Rugby, underwent a successful operation at the Boorowa Dis trict Hospital on Wednesday last. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howe and daughter Dianne, of Court St., have returned home after spend ing ail enjoyable holiday in Sydney. Fred and his sonin law, Mr. Hilton Morgan, took part in the Anzac March. Sister A. Blair recommenced duties at the Boorowa District Hospital at the week-end after special leave which was spent with her mother in Victoria. After an enjoyable holiday spent in Sydney and Brisbane, Messrs. Pat Ryan, Bernard Hereward and Keith Grocott re turned home during last week. Nurses Jill Patterson and Jean Gorham, of the Boorowa. District Hospital staff, have re turned home after, enjoyable holidays spent in the city. Owners of small lots of sheep are specially invited to include theirs in S. D, Bobbin & Co.'s sale on Saturday, May 26th. Anything from one on! * * * We are pleased to learn that Mr. Bill Withers, of 'Louvain,' Boorowa, who ...

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