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RABBIT ERADICATION TRACTORS & RIPPERS TO BE USED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

RABBIT ERADICATION TRACTORS & RIPPERS TO BE USED The Minister for Agricul ture, the Hon. E.H. Graham, M.L.A. announced that he had authorised the Rabbit Destruction Authority to purchase equipment costing £80,000 to enable the Au thority to start a campaign of rabbit eradication by us ing tractors and rippers. The equipment, which will be made available to Pastures Pro tection Boards, includes four David Brown 6S. Cropmasters, eight Ferguson TEA-20 tract ors, 6 T.D. 9 Crawler type tract ors equipped with regular tread, six W.6 type tractors, 6ix Farm all M. tractors and six Oliver 90 tractors. Mr. Graham said the tractors would enable the Rabbit Destruc tion Authority to make an im mediate start on the big task of rabbit eradication by tractor and ripper in this State. Early delivery has been prom ised by. the tractor firms con cerned and as soon as- the equip ment is received it will be made available to P.P. Boards.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HOLDEN TOPS FEB. REGISTRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

HOLDEN TOPS FEB. REGISTRATIONS Holdens topped the Aus tralian new car registra tions for the month of Feb ruary with 1,564 vehicles. The total ' registrations were 10,564, of which British manu facturers provided 72 per cent. 1 The combined registrations for 15 different types of Ameri can cars was 1,050. Apart from Holden other high individual registrations were: Austin- 1,451, Morris 1,297, Standard 1.071, Ford 8-10,- 1.064. Of the 4413 new commercial vehicles registered 21 per cent, were supplied by British mak ers. The figures included 105 Hold ens. New motor cycle registrations were 2,452 of which British makers supplied 88.8 per cent.

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

^^^BH^^B^^J^ Ns^ gag raflBiA 3§ AUSTRALIA § ^R^Fttr -^^^ /^^ MATTHEW FLINDERS In 1801, Matthew Flinders was given command of the 'Investigator' to chart the remaining unexplored coastline of Australia. He had previously engaged in Australian coastal exploration and was a navigator of outstanding ability. Arriving at the south-west corner of Australia in December, he surveyed the south coast from Cape Leeuwin to Port Phillip Bay, and explored and named Spencer Gulf. He also proved that Australia was not divided into two large islands as some people/ had imagined. Setting out again from Port Jackson in July, 1802. Flinders followed the coast northward and arrived m Torres Strait in October. Having charted the Gulf of Carpentaria, he continued his voyage and, stop ping at Timor for repairs, sailed round the. continent to arrive in Sydney on 9th June, 1803. . On the occasion of the jubilee of the Common- ? wealth of Australia, the Bank of New South Wales — Australia's pioneer bank — hon...

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MAHER CUP GOES TO WEST WYALONG [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

MAHER CUP GOES TO WEST WYALONG The Maher Cup changed hands in the first game for the 1951 seaspn when West Wya long defeated the holders, Greh fell, by 6 points to 5 on Sat urday last. Peter McGrath kicked his team to victory, landing three penalty goals. There was great jubilation in Wyalong on Saturday night when the Cup was brought home.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

[news classified advertisements] ' THE COST OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS IS 1/6 FOR TWO LINES {Minimum) and fld FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/. EXTRA. Approx. 4-5 Words per Line. FOR SALE SLIPPERS, in Wedge Heel, High Heel on Nevis Kid. at MOSES' STORE. NYLON STOCKINGS, by Pres tige and Holeproof, in all shades and sizes — at MOSES' Store. ONE CHEVROLET CAR, 1933 model Tourer, in good order. Apply VIV GORHAM, Phil's Creek (or G. Campbell, Bwa.) 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. BOXED HANDKERCHIEFS! Make a splendid gift; select your gift from our lovely range showing at MOSES' Store. SEE STRIBLEY'S large assort ment of Kitchenware. Yes, everything for the housewife. HANDBAGS, in Brown, Tan, Black and Navy, make a sens ible gift. Select a Bag from our range for her — at MOSES STORE. STRIBLEY'S have a few 9ft. and 10ft. Farm Gates left. .Be early! TOWELS! Coloured Towels, by Dri Glo; the i...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

RETURN THANKS THE FAMILY of the late Mr. J. L.. Cummings wish to sincere- ly thank all kind relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy received on the occa- sion of their recent sad loss. They wish to especially thank the following people for their kind help and assistance: Rev. Fr. Casey, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Croker, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Croker, Mr. Dud Evans, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Roberts and family, Mrs. O'Neill, Mr. Ben Roberts, Mr. E. Goode, Mr. J. Sparkes, Mrs. Ben Croker, Mr. Maurice Croker, Misses B. and N. Mew- burn, Mr. and Mrs. H. Kelly, Mr. W. Allport, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cummings and family and Mr. Geo. King and family. Will all please accept this as per- sonal thanks. RETURN THANKS MRS. H. GRUBER and Family, of Queen Street, wish to express their sincere thanks to the Act- ing Matron, Sister and Nursing Staff of the Boorowa District Hospital, Rev. A. T. Newton, Rev. A. A. Smith and Rev. M. MacDonald, and all kind friends and relatives for letters, cards, telegrams ...

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WEDDING BELLS Waser-Gregory [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

WEDDING BELLS Waser-Gregory St. John's Church of Eng- land, Boorowa, was chosen by Doreen, younger daugh- ter of Mr. T. W. Gregory, 'Hillview,' Kangiara, and the late Mrs. Gregory, for her wedding to Reginald Keith, third son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Waser, of Parkes. Rev. A. A. Smith performed the ceremony, which was cele- brated on March 24th. The church was beautifully decorated by the Church Women's Union. The bride looked charming as she entered the church on the arm of her father, who subse- quently gave her away. She wore a lovely frock of white lace over satin, cut on classical lines with the skirt falling into a train. Her full length em- broidered veil was held in place with a coronet of orange blos- som, and her bouquet consisted of asters, carnations and fran- gipanni. The bride was attended by her friend, Miss Margaret Stone, as bridesmaid, who was frocked in pink silk tulle over taffeta with matching pleated short veil and gloves. Her bouquet comprised carnations, dahlias...

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

TOWN TALK Receiving congratulations on the birth of a son at Boorowa District Hospital last week are Mr. and Mrs. Ron Small, of 'Castlesteads,' Boorowa. Visiting Boorowa at present on holidays are Constable and Mrs. J. Monagharu of Bega, ac companied by their five children. They are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gorham, of 'Oak Hill.' Mrs. H. Rochfort, of Park Street, was admitted to Boorowa District Hospital during the week. ; . . ? j In our report of the Bobbin Corcoran wedding last week it was inadvertently ommited that Mrs. C. K. Gorham. of 'Willow- mere,' was responsible for the making of the beautiful bridal bouquets. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fitzgerald, of Wagga, were visitors to Boorowa during the week and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bobbin, of Marsden St. We regret to learn that Mrs. G. G. Gorham is at present a patient in Lewisham Hospital, Sydney, and her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. Owners of small lots of Sheep are specially invited to include theirs i...

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OBITUARY MR. WALTER WATSON [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 11 May 1951

OBITUARY MR. WALTER WATSON Word was received in Boorowa on Tuesday morning last of the death of Mr. Walter Watson, who passed away at his resi- dence, 12 Holt Street, Stanmore, formerly a well-known and high- ly respected resident of Boor- owa, where he lived practically all his life. The late Mr. Watson, who had   been ailing for some months, is survived by his sorrowing wife and one daughter, Rita (Mrs. Herbert). Requiem Mass for the repose   of the soul was celebrated at St. Michael's Church, Stanmore, on Thursday morning, and in the afternoon the remains were interred in the Catholic ceme- tery at Botany. Further obituary details will appear in a later issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

Rabbiters! Graziers r NOW AVAILABLE CHAUCER'S RABBIT DECOY THE DECOY that gives you 100 per cent. Kill — the greatest 'Attractor' ever made! RABBITS CAN'T RESIST IT! TRIED, TESTED, PROVED. Available in one size only — 2 oz, bottles (Concentrated); sufficient to prepare 12,000 baits, Price, 25/- Per Bottle; 25/6 Posted. CASH WITH ORDER. Available Only From £. H. LAWLER Chemist, Boorowa Pharmacy. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. C. HATTI wishes to notify the Public of Boorowa and District* that he has recommenced business ia Boor owa in premises in BRIAL STREET (next to Mrs. J. Zickby) until such time as other premises are available. LARGE STOCKS OF LADIES, MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WEAR AVAILABLE MR. HATTI also takes this opportunity of notifying the Public that he has secured a LADIES' DRESSMAKER I from Overseas, who will arrive in Boorowa shortly to j uarry out all classes of work. Second-hand Guns Purchased, and Guaranteed Repairs Carried Out. THE PUBLIC ARE ASSURED OF THE SAME . SERVICE BEI...

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WOOL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

[?] On TJiursd&y, 3rd iasU the concluding sales for the April 30/May 3 series were conducted in the Melbourne centre. - Values throughout the day's selling were on a much lower plane generally than' the basis ruling earlier in the present ser ies. Prices have now practically reached the level of values, rul ing in that centre as at the commencement of the current season. Compared with the previous day's realisations, best merino and comeback descriptions, showed the lesser decline, and were quoted as having receded about 5 per cent. Other types, howevef. were most irregular and prices for these fell a fur ther 10 per cent., whilst cross bred wools over the four-day selling period participated in the downward trend to the extent of 16/20 per cent. Opinion from the Southern centre, on the further fall in values is, that general caution has more-or-less gripped the market, as operatives do not wish to purchase high priced wools and ace the possibility of having this stock on th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

RUGBY MEMORIAL FUND. A DATE TO REMEMBER THE UNVEILING OF RUGBY MEMORIAL GATES By Lt.-Col. C. Anderson, V.C., Saturday, 19th May, at 8 p.m. All Service personnel and the Public generally are cordially invited to* attend. Tea Served. Dance to Follow. Good Music, Floor and Supper L. T. GORHAM, Hon. Sec. ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL RUGBY PUBLIC HALL Friday' 25th May, 1951 KNIFE AND FORK SUPPER. 'ACME' DANCE BAND. Tickets: Gents 7/6; Ladies 5/-. Mrs. E. CROKER, Mr. J. GURNEY, Hon. Sees. Government Notices TENDERS FOR MAIL SERVICES IN NEW SOUTH WALES. TENDERS are invited by the Director, Posts and Telegraphs, Sydney, for the conveyance of nails as from 1st July, 1951, -ver the undermentioned serv ces. Tenders must reach the Jeneral Post Office, Sydney, not ater than half -past two p.m. on WEDNESDAY, 30th MAY, 1951. 140: From Galong to J. A. Cus ick's (Mount View), via Galong larden Road, to W. Ryan's, Joonawarra, Hickey's, Murringo toad and Douglas Gap, retum ng via A. Cusack's and the Ga ong-Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

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GROUP 9 POINTS SCORE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

GROUP 9 POINTS SCORE Cootamundra ? 6 Gundagai ? 5 Junee ? 5 Barmedman ? 5 Boorowa ? 4 Wyalon'g ? 4 Grenfell .. ? 3 Tumut ? 2 Cowra ? 2 Temora ? 2 Young ? 1 Harden ? 0

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS : * THE COST OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTiSENIENTS IS 1/6 FOR TWO LINES (Minimum) and 9d FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/. EXTRA. Approx. 4-5 Words per Line. FOR SALS 30in. PURE WOOL NATURAL FLANNEL. Tuesday' only, 8/9 yard, at MOSES1 STORE. NYLON STOCKINGS, by Pres tige and Holeproof, in all shades and sizes— at MOSES' Store. BOYS' PULLOVERS, in Polo Collar or V Neck styles, in Greys and Navy. Tuesday's Special, from 15/11 each. MOSES have a full range of sizes. 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. MEN'S ROLL COLLAR Fancy CARDIGANS. Tuesday only, 46/3 each. MOSES' have a grand collection of Woollen Wear. SEE STRIBLEY'S large assort ment of Kitchenware. Yes, everything for the housewife. 30in. WHITE FLANNELETTE. Tuesday only, 2/8 ? yard, at MOSES' STORE. STRIBLEY'S have a few 9ft. and 10ft. Farm Gates left. Be early! 36in. Plain Coloured FLANNEL ETTE. Tuesday's Outstan...

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GROUP 9 RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

GROUP 9 RESULTS Boorowa defeated Tumut, 13 points to 6. Cootamundra (46) defeated Junee (16). West Wyalong (18) defeated Harden (10). Temora (8) defeated Cowra (5). Gundagai (21) drew with Bar medman (21). Young (8) drew with Gren fell (8).

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COWRA PLAYING AT BOOROWA ON SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

COMA FLAYING AT BOOROWA ON SUNDAY Cowra Rugby League footballers are visiting Boorowa next Sunday to contest their Group Nine competition fixture. Reserve Grade players are re minded that the .early match commences at 1.30 p.m. and are requested to be at the ground early. Boorowa First Graders, after their success on Sunday last against Tumut, are again con fident of success. Cowra have a good side again this esason and a good game should result. POOTRAI.L AWARDS Points awarded by the Boor owa Rugby League in last Sun day's match resulted: B. Beck ? 3 pts. A. Glover ? 2 pts. L. Smart ? , 1 pt. 'NEWS' AWARD B. Powderley ? 3 pts. A. Glover ? 2 pts. L. Smart ? 1 pt.

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BOOROWA GOLF CLUB MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

BOOROWA GOLF CLUB MONTHLY MEETING The President (Mr. J. P. Mc Grath) presided at the month ly meeting of the Boorowa. Golf Club held on Thursday, 10th May. The following committee men were also in attendance: Messrs. M. B. McMahon, R. E. Lindsay, J. R. Whale, H. Thomp son, H. Dowling, Dr. Keif and the Son. Secretary (Mr. A. A. Bobbin). Apologies for non-attendance were received from Messrs. K. MacPherson and A. F. Wood. CORRESPONDENCE The following correspondence was received and dealt with: (a) Minutes of N.S.W. Golf Council ordinary meeting. (b) Invitation from Binalong (c) N.S.W. Golf Association, advising that Club's application for screening of Golf Films has been noted and that date will be I advised at an early date. (d) Tournament programmes from Crookwell and Temora Golf Clubs. ] TREASURER'S STATE MENT TheNHon. Treasurer (Mr. J. R. Whale) furnished a statement of receipts and expenditure as at 10th May, and this disclosed a credit balance at this date of j £311/1/8. The rep...

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RUGBY LEAGUE FLASHES BOOROWA DEFEAT TUMUT 13/6 [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

MGBylttGUEl BOOROWA^DEFEAT . -. ' - « ;-. ???*-.. Playing superb football* Boorowa footballers defeat ed the Tumut Blues in their Group Nine competition en counter on Sunday by 13 points to sis. This is the first occasion the 'green and golds' have defeat since their inclusion into Group Nine.^ ?? =';?? ./ ?'. Boorowa led 8 points to six at half-time and dominated play for the greater period of the second half. Point scorers for Boorowa were Beck, Powderley, Glover (tries), and Powderley , two goals.

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39 FARMS FOR SOLDIER SETTLEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

39 FARMS FOR SOLDIER SETTLEMENT Four properties approv ed by State Parliament last week for resumption will provide 39 farms for soldier settlement, Mr. Renshaw, Minister for Lands, said to Aav. The properties are: — 'Errowanbang,' about 9,000 acres, near Carcoar. 'Yarara,' about 12,000 acres, near Hol brook. About 22,000 acres of 'fcSullagreen,' near Gulargam bone. About 5,300 acres of Cop* abella, near Holbrook. Mr. Renshaw said the land was to be resumed under agree ments reached with the owners. He said 'Bullagreen' and 'Errowanbanpr' would provide 23 fat lamb blocks ancT'Copa- bella- Yarara' 16 fat lamb, wool growing and breeding blocks. The farms on all four proper ties will be allotted by ballot. Mr. Renshaw said he hoped to have the first of the farm available for application inside six weeks.

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