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CAR ACCIDENT VICTIMS PROGRESSING WELL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

CAR ACCIDENT VICTIMS PROGRESSING WELL Edgar Corcoran, who lost his right arm in a motor car accident near Boorowa, is progressing favourably, we are pleased to learn, at the Boorowa District Hospital where he is a patient. GIRL LOSES ARM ine cuiiuuiun oi miss Clare Selkirk, ofOrange, who waB injured in a car accident near Boorowa on Friday afternoon last, which is reported on page 1, and is a patient in Young Dis trict Hospital, is reported to-day to be improved. Miss JBlkirk's left arm was so radly crushed in the acci dent that the lower portion had to be amputated. swwuvwwvuwuwwuu

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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MURRUMBURRAH RACES WEIGHTS FOR NEXT WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

MURRUMBURRAH RACK WEIGHTS FOR NEXT WEDNESDAY Following are the weights tor the Murrumburrah Turf Club's race meeting to be held next Wednesday: — Flying Welter Handicap, 6 furs.: Mandova 9.8; Cool Sir 9.7, Marnrak 9.6, Koorawatha Q1 flr-r,f+r*r- HIS Of-HpV S.4. Boulady 8.3, Re-Echo 8.3, Prattle Beau 8.2, Star Fighter 8.0, All Spirit 8.0, Prince Terry 8.0, Battle Mog 8.0. Jay 8.0, Dink Lad 8.0, Twin Star 8.0, Nick 8.0. Maiden Handicap, 5 fur.: Melody Prince 9.0, Horonova 8.13, Wambo Chief 8.12, Mars 8.10, Fairway Dreams 8.10, Si langa 8.9, Billy's Girl 8.9, Man nequin Parade 8.6, Poor Gold 8.6, Saucey Boy 8.5, Loch Luing 8.6, Nidastram 8.4, Gift* Court 8.4, La Touchques 8.2, Foxrena 8.1, Beau Mack 7.13, Fighter Ace 7.10, Art Star 7.9, Hiavala 7.8, Bluster 7.8, Lady Eastwood 7.8, Gay Eric 7.8. Progressive Handicap, 6 fur.: Drafter 9.0, Appointment 8.12, Goonargho 8.9, Adeara 8.7, Kil mona Ann S.b, {stratnauan e.i, Dink Lad 8.0. Dashing Boy 7.10, Ridgworth 7.9, Valkyior 7.9, Ship Lad 7...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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BOWLS NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

BOWIS NEWS Boorowa Bowling Club were pleased to receive a visit from a team from the Yesb Club on Sunday. The day was Sue although in clined to be a bit chilly and the green was in excellent condition. A very keen match «nsued and when the final scores were totalled Boorowa were the win ners by four points. O'Sullivan Mid .Bryce's rinks were success ful by 10 and 7 points respect ively. At afternoon tea Mr. R. Geary apologised for the absence of the President, and welcomed the visitors, hoping they would en joy tne game ana tnac 11 wouiu be a forerunner of many more games between the dubs. The President of the Yass Club (Mr. L. Perry) replied on =behalf of the visitors. He was supported by Mr. J. O'Connor. . The Committee of the Boor owa Club are deeply indebted to those ladies who supplied cakes for the afternoon teaand -here- by «xprejs^their thanks. ? The scorj^ were: — - -llp?- ,? B. Y. H. Miailfc Waters, Dwv«i^»#ce v. Gro gan,cBrobJker, Dwyer, Simpson ......... 21 14 E. Bowler,...

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BOOROWA AND COWRA SHIRE COUNCILS CONFER Electricity Supply To Darby's Falls-Graham Area [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

BOOROWA AND COWRA SHIRE COUNCILS , CONFER Electricity Supply To Darby's Falls-Graham j Area j Waugoola Shire Council has agreed to the request by Boor owa Shire Council to hold a conference in connection with thn nrnnnca) that. Cnvrra floun cil supply electricity to pros pective consumers in the Darby's Falls-Graham area.

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

HAIR STYUST PATRICIA SHEPHERD COURT STREET, BOOROWA. FOR ALL TYPES OF PERMANENT WAVING AND i LATEST HAIR STYLES. .''' V. P*-on» 18.

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Boorowa District Rallies To Help Young Man [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

Boorowa District Rallies To Help Young Man §1 ?JL# ? ? ? ?. Remarkable progress to the Edgar |fw;*oran Fund was reported at last Monday's weeitmj of the com mittee held at the Boorowa SbJ^€ Co^^tJhiunbers. Donations received up to that night 3»d almosjt reached £700. IgJv The general feeling of the lucetinjjifl f that every effort should be made to get tilings iuo$i £ as quickly as possible, so. to avoid undue delay iir| svsaiting fur ther meetings, etc., a number of sub-coll jttittees were formed to supervise the varied activities of the Fund. The Hon. Treasurer, Mr. Keith Martin, announced that he had been handed £188/14/6 by Mr. H. S. Smith, secretary of the Boorowa Football Club. This was the amount raised at the dance on Saturday night, and a motion of thanks to Mr. Smith and his willing workers was carried by aixdsimation. 'Since th^^fnblication of to tal subscripfciohs'in last Friday's 'News' a fuller £225/14/6 had been handed in by 'Monday nicht. brineinc the total to that d...

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

TOWN TALK Leaving by seaplane on Sun day to spend a month's holiday at Lord Howe Island are Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Quilkey and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gorham, of Boorowa. Mr. R. E. Lindsay, of the Bank of N.S.W. staff at the Boorowa branch, has received notice of his transfer to the Casino branch. Mr. Norm Nicholls, who has been on the staff of the Rural Bank since its opening at Boor owa, has been transferred to the Condobolin branch, and left at the week-end to take up duties. Whilst at Boorowa Norm prov ed himself a popular citizen and sportsman and his many friends wish him every success in his new sphere. He is succeeded by Mr. Kevin Harris, from Lithgow. who commenced duties at the Boorowa branch last Monday. Mrs. W. Carroll, of Orange; is at present paying a visit to Boorowa to see her sister, Mrs. W. Cranston, who we are sorry to learn has been on the sick list. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. Spending 'holidays at Boor owa as the guests of the Misses Hereward. are Mr. a...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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ON THE LINKS. GOLF NEWS PRESIDENT'S TROPHY WON BY H. THOMPSON [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

ON THE LINKS. GOLF NEWS PRESIDENT'S TROPHY WONBYH. THOMPSON On Sunday last the Presi dent's (Mr. J. P. McGrath) Trophy was competed for on the local links and attracted a good field. The event was a Par Handicap over 18 holes. Unnriitinns wpiv ideal for £t-lf and some really excellent cards were returned. Harold Thomp son played consistent golf throughout and his card well merited winning the trophy with 4 up. Congratulations, Harold! The runner-up was Lloyd Mason, with a fine card of 3 up, and also deserving of our con gratulations. ? A Stroke Handicap over 18 holes was competed for on Sat urday. This resulted in wins for Frank McCabe ('A' Grade) on the count back from Allan Young, and Brian Dunn in the «B' Grade. PRESIDENT'S TROPHY EL Thompson 4 up; L. Mason 8 up; R. Sullivan 2 up; A. C. Young 2 up; J. R. Whale 1 up; if. Xi. Lanasay J-up; £?.-!. uwyer 1 up; E. W, Sams square; D, W. Perks square; H. Dowling 1 down} R. Ryan 2 down; H. Grath 3 down; J. A. Fahey 3 down; F. McCabe 3 do...

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

'BOOROWA NEWS' FRIDAY, 18th MAY, 1951.

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F.S.A. GENERAL PRESIDENT TO VISIT BOOROWA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

PRESIDENT TO VISIT BOOROWA The Boorowa branch of the Fanners and Settlers' Association has been notified that the General President (Mr. Seilby) in company with Vice-President Mr. J. Case! of Koorewatha, will attend a meeting of the InAal h**an«4i nf tha AfBKnrfft tion to be held in the Guild Hall supper room on Satur day, 2nd June, at 2 p.m. The branch extends an open invitation to all who may be interested to roll up. Jack alone is worth coming 20 miles to hear; he's a mine of useful and very sound information, and backed by the General President himself, I can promise those in attendance a very informative afternoon. I don't know how it comes about, but if anyone ever had any doubts about young (Ted) Rolfe being abl$ to handle the reins of branch President well. xney ve long since wcch uibjjw ed. When he took over as Presi dent, an organiser appeared, with a resultant jump in mem bership. At his first meeting he .turned up with a VicePresi dent of the Association, and now he's tr...

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POPULAR BEVERAGES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

POPULAR BEVERAGES {These practical hints for the guidance of housewives have; been prep'ared by the Nutrition Section of the Department of Public Health). The human body consists of about 70 per cent, water. This water needs continual replace ment in some form or other so that our bodies can function properly. Insufficient fluid in take can quite easily result in constipation. The water in our bodies can come from any fluid that we drink, from chemical changes which occur in our bod ies and from the solid food we eat. All solid foods contain water to a greater or lesser ex tent. For example, most of our green vegetables when , fresh, contain at least 90 per cent, water and even bread contains about 36 per cent. Even so, we cannot rely wholly on our solid foods for supplying us with water and we need to drink about 1* pints to 3 pints of fluid daily. The amount, of necessity, varies from day to day, depending upon the weatner and the amount of work we do. FALLACIES ABOUT FLUIDS Drink...

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

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

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APPRECIATION (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

APPRECIATION (To the Editor) I would be grateful if you would allow me, through your column, to express my thanks to all those electors who supported me in these electionsi also to those hun dreds of loyal helpers on Polling Day. Unfortunately it is not possible to thank these people individually, but a candidate is conscious that he would not -get anywhere without their unselfish help. Yours sincerely, Charles Anderson. yvwwvuwwvwwwvwuw

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WINTER SCHOOL FOR POULTRY FARMERS Hawkesbury Agricultural College [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

WIMR SCHOOL FOR POULTRYFARMERS Hawkesbury Agricultural College Thi Winter School for Poultry Farmers is to be conducted at Hawkesbury Agricultural College from July 10/13 this yean It is open to persons of bom sexes (although preference will be given to males) actively en gaged in poultry farming as a full time occupation or as a major sideline to some other form of agriculture, e.g., citrus growing, wheat farming, etc. Intending applicants must be over 16 years of age. Application forms and sylla buses may be obtained from the Under Secretary and Director, Department of Agriculture. Box 36, G.P.O., Sydney, with whom application forms must be lodg ed not later than 1st June. A large number of applications have already been received, and no extension of time will be granted on the closing date. The comprehensive course will deal with all phases of poultry farming and related subjects.

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DAIRY FARM COMPETITIONS Record Number Of Entries [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

DAIRY FARM COMPETITIONS Record Number Of Entries 'A record number of en tiies is expected for this year's Dairy Form Competi' tions,' the Minister for Ag riculture, the Hon. £. H. - . Graham, M.L.A., said to day. 'Entries received to date in dicate that great interest is be ing shown lit this new series of competitions and there seems little doubt that they will be the most successful yet held.' 'One of the contributing fac tors in this regard,' continued Mr. Graham, 'is , undoubtedly; the inclusion of the special Novice class. This section is open to all dairy farmers who have never previously entered a State Dairy Farm or 'Farmer & Settler* Competition, 'thus wid ening the scope of entries.' 'Prizes in this section for each district are: first £20, second £10, and third £5. Novice en trants, however, are still eligible to compete for all awards, in addition to those in their own section.' Prize money totalling £2400 has been made available from Commonwealth Dairy Grant fun...

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GOVERNMENT'S WOOL SCHEME WILL BE OPPOSED BY GRAZIERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

GOVERNMENT'S IWJL SCHEME WILL BE OPPOSED BY GRAZIERS The N.S.W. Graziers'' As- sodation will launch an all out campaign to oust the Government's proposed wool marketing plan as soon as details of the plan are an nounced, says the official or gan of the Association* 'Muster.' The campaign follows the unanimous decision of the annual conference to support the president's state- in his address in op Wool Marketing Plan, and requesting the executive to do all in its power to ensure .the defeat of the referend um by voting 'No.' Plans for the campaign are well in hand and a panel of 22 speakers have already agreed to, or have been asked to ad dress 81 branches, says 'Must- er.' These speakers will go into action shortly after the Govern ment's statement is distributed. They will outline reasons for the Association's opposition to the plan. The general secretary, Mr. S. objections fell into general classifications — international and domestic. HAVANA CHARTER Under the Havana Charter, an I...

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SALVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

SALVATION ARMY Sunday. May 20: Rye Park 7.16 p.m. Salvation Meeting, to be conducted by Officers. P. Stephens, Lieutenant. PRESBYTERIAN Sunday. May 27: Boorowa 3 p p.m. ? Rev. M. MacDonald, M.A. Minister.

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

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

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, May 20: Frogmore 11 a.m., Rye Park 3 p.m., Boor owa 7.30 p.m., Eev. C. H. Butts worth. Tuesday. May 22: Reid's Flat 7.30 p.m., Eev. C. Buttsworth. Sunday, May 27: Godfrey's Creek 11 a.m., Rye Park 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m., Rev. C. H. Buttsworth. Rev. C. H. Buttsworth, Minister.

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