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

Notice To Trespassers ANY PERSON found Hunting, taking Bees' Nests or Trespass, tng on 'NARRA ALLAN,' with out permission, wltl be prose cuted. ? H. C. STEVENSON & CO. I

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

BEWARE OF IMITATIONS} There is only one GENUINE SAHI-LIO Lavatory Sani-Lid users — accept no substitutes! Look W the Sani-Lid trade mark on your closet, and see that the chemicals supplied with it are GENUINE Sani-Lid fluid and powder. These are the only chemicals that can be used satisfactorily with a GENUINE Sani-Lid. Sani-Lid is the original chemical closet, and each -outfit include! ^pj^m^^^ a complete set of scientifically prepared chemicals ? which are ,^^^h^ \* ^^Sssssssss^BV absolutely necessary for the efficient operation of your Sani-Lid. J^^^Bj/t^^St^^^^^m Listed here is the set of chemicals supplied with each Sani-Lid: ^^^^Hj^^^^fl^^^Hf Two cartons Sani-Lid powder, one H-ot. bottle of Sani-Lid fluid, V^^^^^^MKg^^^^^^pr two rolls of toilet paper, one funnel and one toilet paper holder. S^HH|^^^^^^^|H|m Accept no substitutes, as adequate supplies of outfits and 8£«^ra^jl^0gHltll§ chemicals are available from your local agent. wB$$BBSB&K!BfflfflllH^ It unable to obt...

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

WIEDEN'S THE HOME OF KEEN PRICES LADIES' SILK and RAYON VESTS. Women's size 5/11 eachj 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, ? in W. and O.S. COME AND INSPECT NOW! ? WEEDEN'S 11 PUDMAN STREET, BOOROWA. TELEPHONE 4. the / 0 Mm l COUNTRY x\. %f PRODUCERS Selling Co. lX / 24 Bridge St., Sydmy ? G. O. Pornhom. Mng. Dlreetor^S. I Ail VOUR PRINTING REQUIREMENTS CAN BE HANDLED AT THE ' BOOROWA NEWS ? FIRST-CLASS WORE AT COMPETITIVE PRICES. ( ? d«tw-»Ww** - \ For downright efficiency, running 1 ? 5 evrt.. 8 h*M r0«,oie»eW i»Porte 1 economy and ease of mainten 1 ? 5ewt..*«»-P-e0*p ., ance vow can't beat MORRIS 1 PaBelVsfcp.6ompM«WW^S. COMMERCIAL ? I ? l??.EVAl» l4'»e0*tr I Illustrated is a Morris-Commercial 1 WoMon). eolBPte*«W 1 'E.CV.' (o) 13/5 5 ton Diesel M ? 10 V«*- « *Jf'von SM \ Vehic|e- In addition to this unit, ||H import^ f «f ' comp»«»«»« '5...

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FREE MILK FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

- ; : ' ,;- i The Minister for Educa tion (Hon. R. J. Heffron) advises the Member for Young (Mr. -Fred J, Cahill. M.L.A.), that the State Gov ernment has completed ar rangements with the Com monwealth Government to children attending primary, ? nursery and pre-school groups. The Minister writes: — 'Arrangements have been completed with the Com monwealth Government for the supply of milk, free of charge to parents or children, to all primary pupils, including nurs ery and pre-school groups, under 13 years of age, attending De partmental and certified non Departmental schools, nursery schools, kindergartens, creches and aboriginal missions.' The following conditions will apply: (a) The basic_ quantity for each child will be~one-third pint on each school day. Where pos sible this quantity will be sup plied in individual bottles. In i some centres a small quantity, in individual bottles may be sup plied temporarily until such time as the larger bottles are available. Where bottled milk ...

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

F.S.A. PRESIDENT COMING TO BOOROWA The General Secretary of the F.S.A. (Mr. Seilby) will attend next meeting of the Boorowa branch on Saturday, June 2. He will be accompanied by Vice President (Mr. J. Cass).

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DRIVING HINTS FOR MOTORISTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

DRIVING HINTS FOR MOTORISTS Tie N.it.M.A. offers motorists some practical driving hints. Allow plenty of room between you and the car ahead. A good rule to follow is to leave one car length for every ten m.p.h. of speed— for example, three car lengths between you and the wu euicau u. yuiu specu ad w m.p.h. If you see smoke coming from the exhaust of a parked car. take it as a sign that it is about to emerge into the traffic stream. Also assume that its driver will come out without looking or making a signal. Rule No. 1 at intersections: Yellow light means slow down. Green light means slow down. No light means slow down. No other car at intersections means slow down. Every intersection is a crash point; play safe. At a bus or tram stop, as sume that passengers (especial ly children) will jump on or off the bus or tram, or xun out from behind or in front of it into your i path. Slow down for a quick stop. Don't rely on your rear vision mirror alone when moving ou from the kerb or when...

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

DISTRICT AGRONOMIST TO VISIT BOOROWA MONDAY The District Agronomist (Mr. F. Autrey-Hall) will visit Boor owa next .Monday and will dis O1?ss noxious wggd matters with interested landholders at the Council Chambers, between 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. R LPURDY MONUMENTAL MASON Wombat Road, Young. Gladstone said . . . ''Show me ther manner in which a nation or a com munity cares for its dead and I will measure with mathematical exactness the tender sympathies of its people, their respect for the - law of the land, and' their loyalty to high ideals.' MONUMENTS ERECTED ANY WHERE IN THE STATE. ' Additional Inscriptions, Renovations. LOCAL AGENTS: G. GREIG & P. J. SLATTERY. RYAN'S BAKERY Cordial Manufacturer, Baker And Pastrycook SMALXGOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. WEDDING CAKES. Wedding and Picnic Parties Supplied. SREAD DELIVERED TO ANY PART OP THE DISTRICT. Phone 35 BOOROWA Phone 35

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FIRST ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION CENTRE To Be Established At Berry [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

FIRST ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION CENTRE To Be Established At Berry The Minister for Agricul ture (Hon. E. H. Graham. M.L.A.) announced to-day that this State's first Arti ficial Insemination Centre would be established at Berry -on the South Coast. 'Dairy farmers and. stock breeders in the Berry District have displayed very keen inter est in artificial insemination of stock and it is a pleasure for me to be able to meet their wishes by establishing such a Centre at Berry,' Mr. Graham said. 'All preliminary work associ ated with the project has been completed and tenders will be called at an early date,' the Minister continued. 'High quality stud bulls back ed with outstanding production figures will be purchased for lo cation at the new Artificial In semination Centre and it is hoped to obtain amonst these some sires which already have proven production figures,' he added. Mr. Graham said he was very interested in extending the work of artificial insemination, espec ially in dairy catt...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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RUGBY ACES v. RUGBY HURRICANES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

RUGBY ACES v. RUGBY HURRICANES Rugby Aces mentioned first: LADIES' DOUBLES Mrs. J. Burns and Miss N. Holmes v. Mrs. C. Platt and Miss M. Holmes 3/6 6/4. MEN'S DOUBLES M. Mewburn and Mrs. Burns v. C. Mewburn and T. Horton 3/6 6/3. . F. Mewburn and W. Collins v. C. Platt and K. Butt 2/6 2/6. MIXED DOUBLES M. Mewburn and N. Mewburn v. K. Butt and Miss M. Holmes 6/4. N. Mewburn and Miss N. Holmes v. C. Platt and Mrs. . Platt 2/6. F. Mewburn and Mrs. Burns v. C. Mewburn and Mrs. Platt 1/6. M. Mewbum and Mrs. Burns v. C. Platt and Mrs. Platt 2/6. N. Mewburn and Miss N. Holmes v. K. Butt and Miss M. Holmes 5/6. F. Mewburn and Mrs. Burns v. C. Mewburn and Mrs. Platt 0/6. W. Collins and Miss N. Holmes v. T. Horton and Miss M. Holmes 4/6. Rugby Hurricanes, 14 sets 99 games; Rugby Aces, 4 sets 57 games.

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BOOROWA AUCTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

BOOROWA AUCTIONS No number of stock is too small for our sale on the 26th instant. Book early to enable proper advertising. — S. D. Bob bin & Co. Buy all your requirements at your price. — Boorowa Auctions, 25th and 26th May.

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

!? Mints Jscg&e. , Rye Park .?'*'.. ... ... 11 ; *ata ' ., .'*-, «--?.. 11 Rugby Hurricanes . . 10 Frogmore 'i. ?? ?? 8 Numby '-.,., ....?-?. 7 Rye Park Welcome .7 Kangiara .. ,.,... .... 5 y Rugby Aces ...... 4

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

MURPHY BROS. S? AT O L D AND R E DUCE D PR I C E S WE have pleasure in announcing that our STOCK has been built up consider ably since taking over this business and take this opportunity of clearing lots of SURPLUS STOCK AT OLD AND REDUCED PRICES. Men's Overcoats ! 30 TO CLEAR j: Sizes from 4 to 42 Inch Chest. !; USUALLY £8/18/6 ? - : Prices Ranging From £6/10/- ;, MOORE'S ENGUSH ! FELT HATS jj Priced at . £2/19/6 | THESE HATS WILL SUIT THE MAN WHO LIKES A ji GOOD QUALITY HAT! i Akubra Hats BOUND EDGE. A FINE RANGE OF SHADES. IX ALL I: SIZES. USUALLY £1/19/6. \\ A few only at ? 33/6 : AAA Men's Flannelette i ZUU Flannels IN IVIEN'S and O.S. SIZES ONLY. ; 2/- REDUCTION ON EVERY FLANNEL. ; 'DOCTOR' FLANNELS. NATURAL AND DARK GREYS. I MEN'S AND O.S. SIZES ONLY. I Men's Pyjamas | 'DOCTOR' FLANNEL PYJAMAS. Usually 49/6, NOW 45/. i MEN'S FLANNEL PYJAMAS. Usually 32/6. NOW 29/6 : 'PELACCO' PYJAMAS (Elastic Top). Usually 42/6, \\ NOW REDUCED TO 39/6 ; MEN'S PYJAMA TROUSERS. Usually 13/6, i ...

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

EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END William Powell, Betsy Drake and Mark Stevens, in Twentieth Century-Fox's new technicolour comedy drama with music, 'DANCING IN THE DARK' has been announced as the main attraction this week-end. In the picture, described as one of the most authentic of all movies that have dealt with Hollywood itself, Powe^ plays a has-been movie star (Emery Slade) who .hits the comeback trail through mentoring a young starlet for the lead in a major Twentieth Century-Fox picture. 'The Bandwagon.' Miss Drake, who quickly rose to fame as the scatterbrained ingenue of 'Every Girl Should Be Married,' displays a whole new string of abilities in 'Danc- ing in the Dark.' The role of the starlet who, with the con nivance of veteran' Powell and her Press agent boy friend, play ed by Stevens, usurps the lead ing role in a picture that had been intended for a reigning Broadway star, affords Miss Drake both dramatic and music al opportunities. Opposite Pow ell, Miss Drake has .a striki...

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

PROuRESsiVE ? JaJST^OF -TO jj§$ffl|kfi:- NjjEEg|' sWjEEK .; \ Owing to-the continuous 'black-oat^' we have found it impossible rto include in of OTnations ?towards the Edgar Corcoran' Fond. These will be published in next .week's issue. N 0 T ICE THE ATTENTION of the public is drawn to the fact that the under-named are the members of the Edgar Corcoran .Fund Committee. Each has a receipt book and is authorised to accept don ations for the Fund: CYRIL GORHAM presi dent). KEITH' MARTIN (Treas urer). J. McGRATH, L. CRANS TON, J. KENNEDY, E. H. LAWLER and L. BAYLEY. An Appeal is also made to outlying Sub-Committees to organise functions in their areas to assist Sale of Competition Tickets, etc Such Sub-committees should notify the General Commit tee of the work they are do ing. W. CURTIS, Hon. Sec

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£75 PROFIT EXPECTED FROM CHURCH OF ENGLAND BALL Successful Function [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

£75 PROFIT EXPECTED FROM CHURCH Of ENGLAND BALL Successful Function A profit of approximately £75 is expected as the re sult of the recent Church of England Ball field in the Guild Hall, which proved a most enjoyable and success ful function. The hall, which was prettily decorated in red and white streamers, and the stage with the St. George Cross flag, to gether with berries and green ery was the fine work of the superviser, Miss Joan Tout, of Murringo, who had the willing assistance of members of the Young Anglicans. The tasty supper which was prepared by the Church Wom en's Union, left nothing to be desired. Mr. C. H. Weeden was an able M.C. and kept the dancers in a happy mood, whilst the Rhythm Kings Orchestra rendered a splendid programme of dance numbers. The ticket office was occupied by Mr. Brian Wilding;. Mr. E, A. Dowse was in charge of the door, and Mr. Jack Riles the ?supper room.

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SATURDAY DISTRICT TENNIS COMP. RESULTS WEEK-END PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

SATURDAY DISTRICT TEMIS GOMP. RESULTS WEEK-END PLAY ~ V Following are t& *£- results of matches played at the week-end in the Bopr- '?? owa District, Saturday Ten nis Competition. JtYE PARK WELCOME v. KANG1ARA. Kangiara players mentioned first. (Played at Kangiara): LADIES' DOUBLES Miss O. Penning and Miss Pat Hart v. Mrs. K. Noakes and Miss J. Perks 6/1 C/0. MEN'S DOUBLES K. Boyd and J. Best v. J. Frost and L. Clark 0/6 0/6. P. Goode 'and L. Boyd v. J. Carmody and D. Russell 3/6 1/6. K. Boyd and J. Best v. J. Car mody and D. Russell 1/6 0/6. P. Goode and L. Boyd v. J. Frost and L. Clark 1/6 2/6. K. Boyd and Miss O. Penning v. L. Clark and Miss J. Perks j 1/6. MIXED DOUBLES K. Boyd and Miss O. Penning v. J. Frost and Mrs. Noakes 6/5. J. Best and Miss P. Hart v. L. Clark and Miss J. Perks 1/6. P. Goode and Miss O. Penning v. J. Carmody and Mrs. Noak es 6/5. L. Boyd and Miss P. Hart v. D. Russell and Miss J. Perks 2/6. J. Best and Miss P. Hart v. J. Frost and Mrs. Noakes 3/6. ...

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PRESENT LEVEL OF WOOL VALUES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

PRESENT LEVEL OF WOOL VALUES Winchcombe, Carson Ltd. re port: — The wool market has contin ued to show some irregularity, particularly in regard to faulty lines. That position is confirm ed by fluctuations in prices for tops abroad, both for prompt and future delivery. The fact remains that wool is being fre quently purchased at figures above December levels for all classes except short, faulty car bonising lines. These grades have declined to the greatest degree and are about -ori De cember basis. Values in that month were appreciably above the figures ruling from August to November. 1950. Because op shortage of sup plies of th^faw material at mill centres' 'abroad, it looks possible that production of tops and yarns may decrease during the off-season period. JulyAug ust. No new clip consignments will reach manufacturers over c*ino until f\ntnhc*r Millmen have very small margins be yond current commitments to meet future needs. The Canadian Government is establishing a wool buying ...

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FROGMORE v. NUMBY. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

FROGMORE v. NUMBY. Frogmore players mentioned first:— LADIES' DOUBLES Mesdames J. Sparkes and C. Hill v. Mrs. R. Gorham and Miss E. Roberts 6/3 3/6. MEN'S DOUBLES W. Banks and H. Corcoran v. J. Roberts and O. Roberts 6/2 3/6. J. Sparkes and K. O'Neill v. O. Roberts and J. Ford 6/5 5/6. W. Banks and H. Corcoran v. J. Ford and O. Roberts 6/2 6/1. J, Sparkes and K. O'Neill v. 3. Roberts and C. Roberts 3/6 2/6. MIXED DOUBLES W. Banks and Mrs. C. Hill v. J. Roberts and Miss E. Roberts 2/6. H. Corcoran and Mrs. J. Spark es v. C. Roberts and Mrs. R. Gorham 6/2. J. Sparkes and Mrs. Sparkes v. 0. Roberts and Miss E. Rob erts 6/3. K. O'Neill and Mrs. C. Hill v. J. Ford and Mrs. R. Gorham 6/4. W. Banks and Mrs. C. Hill v. C. Roberts and Mrs. R. Gorham 6/4. H. Corcoran and Mrs. J. Spark es v. J. Roberts and Miss E. Roberts 5/6. K. O'Neill and. Mrs. C. Hill v. O. Roberts and Miss E. Rob erts 4/6. J. Sparkes and Mrs. Sparkes v. J. Ford and Mrs. R. Gorham 6/4. -- . - Frogmore, 10 sets 87 games; Nu...

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RYE PARK v. BALA. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

RYE PARK v. BALA. (Played at Rye Park). Rye Park players mentioned first: LADIES' DOUBLES Mrs. K. Gorham and Mrs. Moor by v. Miss L. Roberts and Miss B. Croker 6/1 6/2. MEN'S DOUBLES G. Fuller and K. -Iorham v. A. Corcoran and G. Carmody 4/6 6/5. - , _ B. Styles and A. P.erceval v. J. Wales ad M. Croker 6/0 6A$. G. Fuller and K. Gorham v. J. Wales and M. Croker 6/2 6/0. B. Styles and A. Perceval v. G. Carmody and A. Corcoran 3/6 6/5. MIXED DOUBLES . G. Fuller and Mrs. Moorby v. G. Carmody and Miss B-. Croker 5/6. K.. Gorham and Mrs. Gorham v. A. *jorcoran aiiu «a«sjo ?'? Roberts 6/0. B Styles and Mrs. Moorby v. J. Wales and Miss B. Croker 6/4. ? A. Perceval and Mrs. Gorham v. M. Croker and Miss L. Roberts 6/2. G. Fuller and Mrs. Moorby v. A. Corcoran and Miss L. Roberts 6/1. K. Gorham and Mrs. Gorham v. G. Carmody and Miss B. Crok er 6/1. B. Styles ami Mrs. Moorby v. M. Croker and Miss L. Rob erts 6/3. A. Perceval and Mrs. Gorham v. J. Wales and Miss B. Crok er 6/3. Rye Park. 15 set...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 May 1951

IN MEMORIAM COLE.—In loving memory of     my dear husband and our   father, Joseph Henry, who passed away 20th May, 1950. Silent thoughts, sweet and tend- er, Just to show we still remember. Inserted by his loving wife and family. COLE.—In loving memory of     my dear father and grand- father, Joseph Henry, whom God called Home on May 20, 1960. God watched you as you suffered He knew you had your share, He gently closed your weary eyes And took you in His care. Remembered by his loving daughter, Dorothy, and grand- children Jean, Victor, Peter and Maureen.

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