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QUARTERLY SHIRE STATEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

QUARTERLY SHIRE STATEMENTS. At the special meeting of Boorowa Shire Council on April 23, it was decided that quarterly statements of works expenditure be submitted and made available to the Press. This action will enable ratepayers to see what money is being expended in the. various Ridings.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOOROWA DISTRICT SATURDAY TENNIS COMPETITION BALA AND RYE PARK SHARE LEAD [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

BoofiowA Dtsmcr SATURDAY TENNIS COMPETITION BALA AND RYE PARK SHARE LEAD Victories in the Saturday Tennis Competition were ob tained by Rye Park. Rugby Hurricanes and Rye Park - Welcome Clubs in matches played last week-end. The match between Bala and Kangiara was not played. POINTS SCORE Bala ? .. 8 Rye Park ? 8 Rugby Hurricanes .. 1 Numby ? 6 Kangiara ? 6 Frogmore ? , 5 Rye Park Welcome . . 4 Rugby Aces ? 3 MATCH RESULTS Following are the detailed scores in matches played; RYE PARK v. NUMBY. (Played at Numby) . Rye Park .players mentioned first: LADIES' DOUBLES Mrs. Moorby and Mrs. K. Gor ham v. Mrs. -Gorham and Mrs. P. Roberts 6/0 6/4. GENT'S DOUBLES G. Fuller and K. Gorham v. P. Roberts and J. Roberts 3/6 6/2. B. Styles and K. Perceval v. C. Roberts and 0. Roberts 6/2 6/3. G. Fuller and K. Gorham v. C. Roberts and O. Roberts 3/6 6/1. B. Styles and A. Perceval v. P. Roberts and J. -Roberts 6/3 4/6. MIXED DOUBLES G. Fuller and Mrs. Moorby v. P. Roberts and Mrs. Gor ham 6/0. K. Gor...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OUTBREAK of YELLOW BIGHEAD DISEASE In Sheep At Yass [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

OUTBREAK of YELLOW BIGHEAD DISEASE In Sheep At Yass 'Twenty weaners out of a flock of 350 in the Yass dis trict have died as a result of yellow bighead disease/' said R. M. Watts, Senior Veterinary Officer of the De partment of Agriculture, in Sydney this week. 'Reports received from Yass,' he said, 'state that, in addition, forty animals in this flock are still sick with the disease. 'Yellow bighead has been known for many years as a disease which breaks out from time to time. ' 'In recent years, however, its incidence has not been' very frequent. 'The plant that causes the disease, a .panic grass, was pre .sent in the pastures on which the flock had been grazing, and was responsible for this out break.'

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUTHS' CALL-UP STARTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

YOUTHS' CALL-UP STARTS Post Offices reported a considerable . demand for military call-up applications last week. - Compulsory registration of 18 years old youths for military training started on Tuesday week last. The application forms are obtainable at all post offices and district employment offices . Youths who did not register are liable to a £50 fine. The National Service Act re quires all youths who have their 18th birthday between November 1, 1950, and July 31 this year, to register before May 15. Army preparations are well under way to begin training on August 6.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

Read To-day's Advts. in The 'News.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

MAKE THE^RIGHT MOVE for Australia's HI sake! Have you enquired about attractive new conditions in all three Ser vices?. In the present international crisis nothing is more important to Australians than the strength of our armed forces. Thousands of recruits are urgently needed for our Navy, Army and Air Force. Increased pay, improved conditions, excel lent careers for skilled men and trainees, chances of travel and adventure make life attractive for any man in the Armed Forces. Now is the time to find out how and where you can best serve Australia. For full de tails and friendly advice without obligation call at the DISTRICT RECRUITING COMMITTEE C. W. KENNY, Shire Clerk, Boorowa j ? If Unable to Call Send ThU Coupon — ? ) { The Deputy Director of Recruiting, G.P.O. Box XYZ, Sydney. | ? Please send me, without obligation, full details of enlistment and t I service with (indicate which desired) — I | D NAVV O A8SIV O -AUt KOBCE □ ALL 3 SERVICES \ ' D Part Time D I''' Time , ' I N 4MB ...

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RABBITS CAN GET GERM [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

RABBITS CAN GET GERM Rabbit pens at Glenfield Research Station have been wired against mosquitoes to t prevent the rabbits being in fected with mysomatosis. Well, while he was look ing over his property at Hazelwood Park, Glenfield, the other day, Mr. J. C. Ken- ^ net came across a rabbit* too sick to get out of his way. He phoned the research station which picked up the rabbit and said it was def initely infected with the dis ease. » An interesting point is that the nearest place where the myxomatois virus had been used was Moss Vale — too far for a mosquito to fly

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

THE FINAL SALE OF THE PRESENT SEASON WILL BE HELD ON 13th and 14th JUNE. PRO CEEDS SHOULD BE PAYABLE ABOUT 7th JULY. GRAZIERS ARJE INVITED TO CONSIGN WOOL FOR INCLUSION IN THIS SALE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND THEIR EARfcY ADVICE OF :« ?'- INTENDED CONSIGNMENTS WOULD BE AP PRECIATED. , , THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative, Grain, Insurance and Agency Co. Ltd., GOULBURN. — -??''?? ? -?? - ..-—-.. . . ?-— —????....— ? r ? , ,,M ^mw w!fS ^f%- ? ? IN THE KITCHEN IN THE NURS£KY IN THE BEDROOM Every house needs at least one H.M.V. *UtH« N/pper' By Far tlie Best Mantel Value Today Hear this amazing little per former and you'll agree that it's llie most beautiful and compact mantel radio you've ever seen. You'll want to own it right away. Why not ? A low deposit and easy terms makes it yours today. See it and hear it at your nearest 'His Master's Voice' Retailer right away. Ill _ iiSS^f? - ''ow c'ePos'* — E°sy terms jjgijyj In FOUR LOVELY COLOURS S=8=HJr ~~ Walnut~~ Cream— Green ' ' and Bur...

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RUGBY HURRICANES v. FROGMORE. (Played at Rugby) [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

RUGBY HURRICANES v. FROGMORE. (Played at Rugby) (Rugby players mentioned first): LADIES' DOUBLES Mrs. Platt and Miss N. Mew burn v. Mrs. J. Sparkes and Mrs. H. Corcoran 6/5 6/0. GENT'S DOUBLES K. Butt and- C. Platt v. W. Banks and H. Corcoran 5/6 1/6. M Mewburn and C. Mewburn v. J. Sparkes and H. O'Neill 6/2 6/1. K. Butt and C. Platt v. J. Sparkes and K. O'Neill 6/4 6/5. M. Mewburn and C. Mewburn v. W. Banks and H. Corcoran 1/6 4/6. MIXED DOUBLES K. Butts and Miss N. Mewburn v. W. Banks and Mrs. H. Cor coran 2/6. C. Platt and Mrs. Platt v. H. Corcoran and Mrs. J. Sparkes 6/1. M. Mewburn and Miss N. Mew burn v. J. Sparkes and Mrs. H. Corcoran 6/1. C. Mewburn and Mrs. Platt v. K. O'Neill and Mrs. J. Sparkes 6/4. K. Butt and Miss N. Mewburn v. H. Corcoran and Mrs. J. Sparkes 6/4. C. Platt and Mrs. Platt v. W. Banks and Mrs. H. Corcoran 5/6. M. Mewburn and Miss N. Mew burn v. K. O'Neill and Mrs. J. Sparkes 6/2. C. Mewburn and Mrs. Platt v. J. Sparkes and Mr. H. Cor coran 6/2. . ». Rugby...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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"THIS IS NOT FOR THE PRESS" [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

THIS IS NOT fWt UK PRESS' ? 2~* , : The matter of just what a newspaper should or .should not publish is (in most dem ocratic countries),, wisely left to the Press to decide, states the Nowra 'News:' In the Nowra district prompted only by the best of motives but nevertheless apparently without stopping 'to think, some speakers who have a high regard for the Press and who would be the first to defend it were its freedom in danger of being limited, do themselves in ef fect endeavour to restrict that freedom by the use of the words heard all too fre quently of late: 'This is not for the. Press.' Then they proceed to broadcast the statement themselves. We appear now to have reached the stage where people must take the full responsibility for their statements indiscreet or otherwise and' rely on the good judgment of the Press; a quality which too many appear to assume it does not possess. Newspapers have a useful function to perform in the community and owe a re sponsibility to the publi...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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RUGBY ACES v. RYE PARK WELCOME. (Played at Rye Park) [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

RUGBY ACES v. RYE PARK WELCOME. (Played at Rye Park) (Rugby Aces mentioned first) : LADIES! DOUBLES Mrs. E. Burns and Miss B. Mew burn v. Mrs. J. Noakes and Mrs. L. Carmody 6/4 6/3. GENT'S DOUBLES N. Mewburn and T. Horton v. L. Clark and J. Frost 3/6 5/6. T. Croker and W. Collins v. C. Stilwell and C. Russell 2/6 4/6. N. Mewburn and T. Horton v. C. Stilwell and C. Russell 6/4 6/5. T. Croker and W. Collins v. J. Frost and L. Clark 0/6 0/6. MIXED DOUBLES B. Mewburn and Miss N. Mew burn v. J. Frost and Mrs. Noakes 6/4. T. Horton and Mrs. Burns v. L. Clark and Mrs. Carmody 5/6. W. Collins and Miss B. Mew burn v. C. Stilwell and Mrs. Carmody 2/6. T. Croker and Mrs. Burns v. C. Russell and Mrs. Noakes ' 4/6. N. Mewburn and Miss B. Mew burn v. L. Clark and Mrs. Carmody 6/5. T. Horton and Mrs. Burns v. J. Frost and Mrs. Noakes 2/6. W. Collins and Miss B. Mew burn v. C. Russell and Mrs. Noakes 6/0. T. Croker and Mrs. Burns v. C. Stillwell and Mrs. Car mody 3/6. Rye Park Welcome, 11 sets 30 g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

ffCWEEDEN'S; li THE HOME OF KEEN PRICES ? / ? * ? ??'. - LADIES' SILK and RAYON VESTS. Women's size 5/11 each; O.S. sizes ? 6/3 each. LADIES' FLEECYLINED BLOOMERS, in excellent quality, from ...... .. .. : ? ., .. .. .. 8/6 pair. ALSO THE NEW SEASON'S WOOL -P. and B.) IN ALL POPULAR SHADES. LADIES' ALL-OVER APRONS, ? v . . in W. and O.S. COME AND INSPECT NOW! WE EDEN'S 11 PUDMAN STREET, BOOROWA. TELEPHONE 4. LONGMORE & SLADE 1 'STATION STREET, HARDEN, Wish to notify the Public of Boorowa Shire that the Local Sub-dealer for ? Ferguson System Tractors, Farm Implements, and ? Standard, Vanguard and Triumph Cars, is P. J. SLATTERY 'Phone 183. MARKET STREET, BOOROWA. : V ? 1 ? ''?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

' | Commonwealth ^|§f|||fr of Australia ! DEPARTMENT of LABOUR and NATIONAL SERVICE NATIONAL SERVICE ACT 1951 ? ? REGfSTRATION FOR NATIONA1 SERVICE NOTICE TO MEN ATTAINING THE AGE OF 18 YEARS BETWEEN 1st NOVEMBER 1950 and 31st JULY 1951 (both dates inclusive) PERSONS REQUIRED TO REGISTER Under the National Service Act 1951 all male persons, not exempt under the Act from liability to register, who are British Subjects and ordinarily resident in Australia, and have attained or will attain the age of 18 years between 1st November, 1950, and 31st July, 1951 (both dates inclusive),, are required to register. A person who has arrived, and intends to make his home, in Australia is regarded as ordinarily resident in Australia as from 'the time of his arrival. A person who has been in Australia continuously for not less than 12 months is also regarded as ordinarily resident in Australia. A person who is absent from Australia . during the period within which he is required to register, must r...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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FOOD FOR THE AGED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

FOOD FOR THE AGED Good health in old age depends to a large extent on the foods that have been eaten throughout one's life time. , This does not mean that the ageing person need - not bother about an ade quate diet. Because his bodily activities are more restricted, he will not need so much food, but what he does eat should provide ma terials to help protect him against infection and to give him a sense of vigor and well being. The older person should not become very much overweight, because this places a strain upon the functioning of the whole body. Insurance statistics and animal experiments suggest that the thin person has a bet ter chance of living to a good old age than the fat one. Ex treme thinness, of course, is not desirable. What is required is an adequate diet to, provide pro tein, minerals and vitamins without an excess of fatmak ing foods. The protein foods are milk, eggs, cheese, meats and fish, and something from this group should be eaten every day. Fruit, vegetable...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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460,560 MIGRANTS PACKED INTO AUSTRALIA Australians Becoming Critical And Edgy [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

460,560 MIGRANTS PACKS) WTO AUSTRALIA Critical And Edgy In the five years since. the war, 460,560 migrants have been packed into Australia. Old Australians,, viewing the greatly aggravated housing shortage, and be wildered i by the seemingly odd customs, morals and behaviour of the newcomers, , are becoming critical and edgy. We wanted migrants in mass. We've got them. We have no alternative now but to try, to understand them.* I went to Canberra, head quarters of the Immigration De partment, to survey the whole migration field and prepare a credit and debit sheet which should give Australians a bal anced appreciation of the situa tion, writes a special corres pondent in the Melbourne 'Her- ald.' Of the 460,560 migrants who have come here since October, 1945, 230,000 are British, 4.989 American, and 225,571 Europ ean. The great mass of the Europ eans are displaced persons, ren dered homeless, and in many cases stateless, by the second World War. Latest available figures on nationali...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

!i A SPLENDID RANGE OF . . . I i LOUNGE & BEDROOM SUITES | ?I NOW ON DISPLAY. \\ ? ; Also Just Arrived— a Consignment of j! ij Inner Spring Mattresses I; J; Secure Now — Before Prices Increase. J! ]' . Available Now: jE J; WHITE PORCELAIN ENAMEL BATH TUBS | ;! LOUNGE SUITE SPECIAL— A particularly well £ j! constructed Three-piece Loose Cushion LOUNGE - j| SUITE, featuring Sprung Platforms ' and Inner- jg !| Spriug Loose Cushions. English Genoa Velvet Cov- j! 5 eriugs. Outstanding Value at .. .... £59/10/-. j! ;! CHROME BEDSTEADS.— AH complete with Wire ij ? | Mattresses suitably for soft or inner-spring mat- {| !; tresses. 4ft. 6in. size will be arriving shortly, j! ;! CEDAR BEDROOM SUITE (and Butt Maple), in 'I ;! the latest designs Last word in BEDROOM Suites. *\ I; SOFT BEDDING.— Let us quote you. Inspect our {' \ « range. . ? | ?j INNER SPRING MATTRESSES, available in 3ft., \\ «! 3ft. 6iu. and 4ft. 6in. sizes — by leading makers: !| 5 Dreammaker -r Beauty Sleep — Bettere...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

|l!IIIIIIIIIC]llllllllllllt]IIIIIIIIIIIIC]IIIIIIUMIIE]IIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIIIIC]IIIIIIIIIIIIClllU ! VALUATIONS ! § COMPETENT VALUATIONS MADE ANYWHERE 1 = s §j For Probate, Property Transfer, Sales and Other | I Purposes. C | ^ KEN W. DWYER | 1 CERTIFIED VALUER, BOOROWA. § lH»»III3IIIIIHI!lilIJII))HllIHirillWIHllHUJIHjil)HlirSHHIlHH«niHH»HHltJI»li THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative Grain Insurance and Agency Co. Ltd. Head Office, Sydney. And at: London, Albury, Goulburn, Crookwell, Taralga, Braidwood, Wagga Wagga, Orange, Dubbo, Temora, Tain worth, Gunnedah, Moree, Parkes, Tenterfield, Armidale and Cowra. Large Sales of Fat and Store Sheep take place at all our Branches throughout the year. We Specialise in the Sale of Fat LambB and for 25 years we have headed the selling list at Flemington Sale Yards. This Record is the surest indication, of the Efficient Service given to Consignors. Consign to the Great Country Organisation: THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative, Grain, Insu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

PRINTING ORDERS FOR ALL your Printing: Letter heads, Receipt Books, Docket Books, Account Foyms. Labels, Programmes, Tickets, etc., let us quote you. Boorowa News Printery. Phone 20.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

Notice To Trespasser* ANY PERSON found removing Wood, Hunting, Shooting or otherwise Trespassing without authbrity on 'SPRINGFIELD,' will be prosecuted. Estate Late E. G. SPICER ' Springfield,' Boorowa. ' __ ?

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YOUNG PROTESTS OVER ELECTRICITY SCHEME "People Led Up Garden Path," Says Mayor [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

i'OUNG PROTESTS OV£R 'People Led Up Garden Path,' Says Mayor The Premier of N.S.W. will receive from the Young Municipal Council an em phatic protest against the continued blackouts and the zoning scheme for electric ity which came into opera tion last week. Other Councils will be circu-, larised requesting their support for the protest. This course - was decided on by the Council following a min ute on the situation, submitted by; the Mayor, 'Aid. R. N. Black ett. TAfter referring to the South ern Electricity Scheme the Mayor said the Councils had fceen induced to encourage people to instal electricity but they had been 'led up the gar den path.' People had fallen in with the plans only to find that there was insufficient power for the increased demand. There is terrific muddling in the whole thing but there is some attempt being made now, said the Mayor of Cowra, Aid. Whitley, in severly critising the present 'grey' days and black outs. 'We are endeavouring to see that essential p...

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