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EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END PROGRAMME SHOWING TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY). [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END PROGRAMME SHOWING TO-NIGHT (FRipAY).v At a time when the world wants to laugh, one of the most completely satisfying entertain ments of any year returns to night (Friday) to the .Empire Theatre. It is 'REMEMBER,' a Metro-GoldwynrMayer master piece reprint, starring Robert Taylor and Greer Garson, with Lew Ayres. flawlessly cast, the picture is given the deft direction of Norman Z. McLeod, who made 'Topper' pictures, and a fast action screen play by McLeod and Corey Ford, national maga zine writer and humorist. Deal ing with the trials and tribula tions of modern married life, the story is highlighted by bright dialogue, hilarious com edy situations and a warmly human romantic theme. Taylor has never been seen to better advantage than in the role of an ambitious advertis ing executive, wrapped up in his job,' who falls in love with his best pal's, fiancee 'at sight,' complicating . all their lives. Greer Garson exhibits a rare talent for comedy and is as viv...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PENSIONERS PROTEST TO YOUNG COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

TO YOUNG COUNCIL Oid.Age and Diva)idcPen.' ., sipners who have applied to the Young Municipal Coun dl for reduction in rates on their homes are protesting against the inquisition into their private affairs being conducted by the local au thorities. It is stated, that the Council's action is unwarranted. The matter has been taken up by the Young Labor League and referred to the State Mem ber, Mr. Fred J. Cahill. for con sultation with the Minister. The League's viewpoint is that,- provided the claimant is a bona-fide pensioner, there should be no distinction drawn by the Council. ,

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gunning Minister Unhurt When Car Hit By 50 m.p.h. Train [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

Gunning Minister Unhurt When Car Hit By 50 hlpJl Train A man had a miraculous escape from death last week when the car he was driv ing was struck by the Riv erino Exsress at Breadal bane level crossing. He is Rev. Benjamin Bodding ton, of Gunning. He had driven his car about half-way across the railway line when the smash occurred. The car was swung around and turned on its side. It was extensively damaged. Railway officials said that the Express would have been trav elling at about 50 m.p.h. at the time of the impact. Damage to the locomotive was only slight and the train was able to proceed after being held up for only 13 minutes. Police stated that the railway gates at the level crossing were closed, but Rev. Boddington had opened them. He was half-way across the track ^ before he noticed the oncoming train. '

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLL SHOWS PEOPLE LIKE ADVTG. IN PAPERS-NOT RADIO [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

POLL SHOWS PEOPLE UKEAWfCIN PAPEiS-NOT RADIO Advertising men, who get . many a brickbat thrown at them, have received a big bouquet from the Canadian public, nearly two-thirds of whom think that advertis ing in the newspapers makes them all the more interest ing. ?;» But — and there's catch to everything— a majority of the Canadian adult popula tion believes Just the oppo site about radio advertis ing. All this is apparent from the results of a national opinion study in which adult Canadians, accurately representative of the whole population -on, farms, in villages, towns and cities, were asked three questions by trained Gallup Poll opinion reporters. First question was: 'Do you think the ad vertising in newspapers adds to, or takes away from, your interest in them?' The second question: 'Do you think advertising on the radio adds to, or takes away from, your in terest?' Finally, this question: 'What about magazines? DoTyou think the advertis ing adds toi or takes away from, your in...

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

^^^??^SSS^^Shf* A ^ko ,r vArlr ??ft*™ ? _u^T l'.gSSSSSfe For 'downright efficiency, running economy and ease of mainten ance you can't beat MORRIS COMMERCIAL Illustrated is a Morris-Commercial 'E.C.V.' (o) 13/5 5 ton Diesel Vehicle. In addition to this unit, the range available covers 5 cwt. to 5 ton capacity, in types listed at left. LOCAL AGENTS: ? Boorowa Motors BRIAL STREET, BOOROWA. Phone 431.

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NEWSPRINT PRICES STILL SOARING Many Country Papers In Jeopardy [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

NEWSPRINT PRICES STILL SOARING in Jeopardy It would not be at all sur prising if by this tune next year some country news papers ceased publication. . Or maybe the whole system of producing newspapers in practically «very country town will be overhauled with the view of centralisation and the elimination of overhead costs. Country newspaper propriet oVs who have ordered newsprint for the second quarter and last half of 1951 have been told that Swedish paper will cost any thing between £150. and £220 a ton. The price asked for news print ex stock in some quart ers in Sydney to-day is £200 a ton. In 1939 the price ranged from £15 to £20 a ton.

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

?y^-.c ..'..- i. ,V.. - ' ' '\~ -''''*' -.'T7* BEWARE OF IMITATIONS! There is only one GENUINE SANI-UD Lavatory Sanifftd users — accept no substitutes! Look for the Sani-Lid trade mark on your closet, and see that the chemicals supplied with It are GENUINE Sani-Lid fluid and powder. Tfiese are the only chemicals '' that can be used satisfactorily with a GENUINE Sam-Lid. Sani-|-!d is the original chemical closet, and each outfit includes . _^BP*'l'*«ifc-__^ '' a complete set of scientifically prepared chemicals which are i^^^^T 4.V l!9BBfeRF absolutely necessary for the efficient operation of your Sani-Lid. .^t^^Bsttt^^SI^S^^^^ff listed here is, the set of chemicals supplied with each Sani-Lid: JH^^^^^^^^9[^H|^^r Two cartons Sani-Lid. powder, one 16-oz. bottle -of Sani-Lid fluid, v^^^^^HMMJ^^^^^^HF . two rolls of toilet paper, one funnel and one toilet paper holder. aRHHt^^^^^^alEfe Accept no substitutes, as adequate suppjies of outfits and ifflfflBJlilll&BwBmaP chemicals are...

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"BEER BARONS GOVERN N.S.W." Sidestep Orders For Hotel Repairs [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

N.S.W.* Sidestep Orders For Hotel Repairs 'It is the beer barons who - govern New South Wales.' That statement was made by Aid. Hearne at the last meeting of the Bathurst City Council, which was discussing the question of repairs to hotels in Bath urst The Mayor, Aid. Morse, said he noted with regret that a number of hotels in Bathurst had been granted an extension of time to effect much needed repairs. Two Cowra hotels, the Royal and the Club House, were con demned several years ago, but are still standing because the licensing courts have continu ously granted extensions of time. Now the Cowra Council has stepped in and ordered either extensive repairs or complete demolition.

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FEWER FOOD PARCELS TO UNITED KINGDOM [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

FEWER FOOD PARCELS TO UNITED 'KINGDOM The Postmaster-General (Hon. H. L. Anthony) stated to-day that the number of food parcels being forwarded by post to the United Kinerdom has shown a marked decline in recent months. Statistics quoted by Mr. An thony reveal that, for the first three months . of this year, a total number of 184,312 food parcels was despatched {torn Australia to the United King dom, whereas during the cor responding period in 1950, the number sent reached a total of, 256,865.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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CHECKING THE DRIFT FROM RURAL AREAS Mid-West American Town Sets Example [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

CHECKING THE DRIFT FROM RURAL AREAS Mid-West American Town Sets Example Esko, a small 'agricultural community in the 'mid west- . em State of Minnesota), U.S.) stands as an excellent example of what can be done by civic pride and cooper . ative effort to provide modem amenities, and - to discourage the growing drift away from rural areas.. This community (states .a bulletin received by the N.S.W. Dept. of Agriculture from the United States Information Centre) is the home of the old est Minnesota chapter of the youth organisation known as the Future Farmers of America. The activities of the group fit in well with the , emphasis given in school work to equip the younger generation to carry on dairying and canning indus tries of the locality. Education of this kind has the support of Esko adults, many of whom were born in Finland. They became American citi zens and with their sons and daughters, have worked hard to build their agricajtaual success. ?This is* creditpllJlif'part, to thei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 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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CHANGE OF COLOUR FOR 2½d STAMP [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

CHANGE OF COLOUR FOR 2|d STAMP The Postmaster-General (Hon. H. L. Anthony) announced this week that from Wednesday, 23rd May. the current 2*d Aus tralian stamp will be issued in a rich brown shade. The design will be identical with that of the earlier 2 id stamp, the change of colour be ing rendered necessary to dis tinguish it from the 3d stamp now being printed in red. The new stamp will be on unwater marked paper. Both the red and brown 2Jd stamps will be sold concurrent ly until the stocks of the form er now held at Post Offices are exhausted.

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GOULBURN COUNTRY KILLING WORKS OFFICIAL OPENING BY MINISTER for AGRICULTURE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

GOULBURN COUNTRY KILLING WORKS OFFICIAL OPENING BY MINISTER for AGRICULTURE 'The official opening of the Goulburn Country Kill ing Works on Friday, 18th May. will mark one of the most significant forward steps ever taken in the his tory of the stock raising and meat treatment indus tries in New South Wales.' This was said in Sydney to day by the Minister for Ag riculture (Hon. E. H. Graham, M.L.A.). Mr. Graham said that the State Government had spon sored and financed the con struction of these works by the Goulburn City Council as part of its decentralisa tion policy and in the in terests of the industries con cerned. 'This development will show Graham said, 'by the full co what can be achieved,' Mr. operation of the State Govern ment with local governing auth orities. 'Goulburn would be the . first country killing works to be completed of the four abattoirs being constructed under State Government sponsorship. The other three ' works are at Wagga, Dubbo and Gunnedah. Wagga will op...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
INCREASED NEWSPAPER COSTS GRAVE PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

INCREASED NEWSPAPER COSTS GRAVE PROBLEM Rising costs were a major problem for newspapers, Mr. E. Friendly, president, of the American Newsprint Publishers' (Proprietors) Association said last week Mr. Friendly, speaking at the Association's annual convention, said newspapers differed from other commodities, because the price of commodities could be raised to njpet *evg£y increased cost. 'But newspapers always regard themselves in the . light of a public service and public trust,' Mr Friendly said. 'The price, of a newspaper must always' be such as to make it available to every man and ADVERTISING FACTOR 'Newspaper wages are among the highest paid to-day in a business or industry. 'Newspaper production is be coming increasingly costly and ; in some cases, because of the ? defence programme, it is in creasingly difficult to procure materials at any price.' As anticipated, the voting in tiume was close. As in all coun try electorates, there was a swing towards Labor in Hume, where a se...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROGMORE NEWS TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

FttOGMORE NEWS TWENTY-FIHST BIRTHDAY PARTY Last Saturday night the Frog mpre Young People's Club? hon ored Miss Laura Howarth with an enjoyable party in the local hall on M-a ova nt hot- fnronfir first birthday. Quite a good crowd of friends attended to offer congratulations and .best wishes. As Laura entered the hall, little Lynette Bouldirig present ed her with a beautiful shoulder spray of roses prepared by Miss Nancy Holmes. Miss Beryl Chudleigh and Mrs. C. Boulding officiated at the piano for dancing and sing ing while other social activities and games made the evening complete and very enjoyable. The presents received by Miss Howarth were particularly good and alf useful. A canteen of cutlery took pride of place on the table. Flowers, kindly supplied by the Misses Russell, set off the attractively arranged supper tables with their splendid array of edibles and drinks. In the centre of the table was the birth day cake made by --Mrs. Bould ing and iced by Miss Nancy Holmes. *' A...

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

???????????????????????????????aaa ;ffl B U S H BY'l' t STAMINA SPORTS WEAR1 STAMINA SPORTS COATS ? In Neat Check and Over checks— in shades of Fawn, WE ALSO HAVE STAM INA SPORTS TROUSERS TO MATCH— in all sizes. STAMINA READY-MADE Double-breasted. Only a few left at . . . . £13/10/-. CARDIGANS AND PULLOVERS .'SUTEX' PULLOVERS, in new fancy patterns. Sleeveless, 29/6 and 39/6; Long Sleeves, from ? 59/6., MANY LINES of MEN'S and BOYS' CARDIGANS and PULIe OVERS ? ..in Plain Shades. ? ? ? ? ? ? *; . SHEETS AND SHEETING KEADY-MAJDE UNBLEACHED SHEETS, 54 x 90, 45/- Pair. * * BLANKETS GREY BLANKETS, 54 x 90 ? 25/- Each. CHECK FRINGED TRAVELLING RUGS, from . . . . 45/-. ' DOUBLE BED WHITE BLANKETS ? £13/19/6 pair. ? ? UNDERWEAR BOND'S SILK and WOOL VEST& nice quality. W. and O.S. , 9/11 each; X.O.S. .. 12/9 each. INTERLOCK PANTEES (Winterweight). S.W., W., O.S. 8/11. x-°-s ? 10/6 Pair. BUSHBY'S THE DRAPERY HOUSE OF BOOROWA -.O. Box 11. »phone n. ? ^m ^m ^m BB MM ^B MM ^m ^m ^m mm ^k...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. GROUP 9 RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

FOOTBALL. GROUP 9 RESULTS (Home team mentioned first). Sunday's Group ' Nine Com petition games resulted: Barmedman 41, defeated Cowra 10. Temora 14, lost to Tumut 22. Wyalong 17, lost to Gundagai 19. Junee 22, defeated Young 14. Boorowa 8, lost to Cootamun dra 42. Grenfell 24, defeated Harden ).

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GROUP 9 POINTS SCORE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

GROUP 9 POINTS SCORE TheGroup Nine Points Score table reads: Gundagai ? 4 Cootamundra ? '. 4 Junee ? 4 Barmedman ..... . . 4 Boorowa ? 2 Wyalong : ? 2 Grenfell ? 2 Tumut ? 2 Cowra ? 2 Temora ? 0 Harden . . .... . . 0 Young ? ... 0

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YOUNG LANDS WEISSEL CUP [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

YOUNG LANDS WEISSEL CUP Young landed the Weissel Cup on Saturday last, defeating Cowra by 21 points to 7.

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

HAIR STYLIST PATRICIA SHEPHERD COURT STREET, BOOROWA. FOR ALL TYPB1S OP PERMANENT WAVING AND LATEST HAIR STYLES, Phone 18.

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