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GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
GOLF ASSOCIATES On Wednesday Jast a Stableford event was held, the winner being Mrs. A. Bobbin, with 40 points. Mrs. Bobbin, Mrs. Dowling, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Sullivan and Mrs. Thomson are to be con gratulated on reducing their handicaps. The previous week's event was an Eclectic Nine Holes and the competition was won by Mrs. McCabe. The following ladies were successful in breaking their handicaps: Mrs. McCabe. Mrs. Dowling, Mrs. Perks and Miss Wright. Next Wednesday a Nine Holes event will be held, and following this a General Meeting will take place in the Club House. We would like to see as many As sociates as possible present. The draw is as follows: — R. Denning v. B. Lindsay. I. Ollerenshaw v. J. Wright D. McCabe v. P. Commens. A. Edwards v. G. Dwyer. E. Dowling v. T. Sullivan. M. Young v. B. Thomson. K. Costello v. J. O'Donnell. E. Thompson v. M. Wood. P. Keif v. D. Bobbin. W. Clements v. S. Thomas. C. Perks v. V. Williams. E. Flannery v. H. Iiolfe. M. Dwyer v. M. Liggins. M. D...
GROWERS SHOULD GET £40 A TON FOR POTATOES C.P. Member's Plea In Assembly [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
GROWERS SHOULD GET £40 A TON FOR POTATOES C.P. Member's Plea In Assembly The decline in the potato growing industry, because of inadequate returns to grow ers, was referred to in the Legislative Assembly as a. matter of urgency by Mr. Davis Hughes (C.P., Arini dale). To get full reduction, he said, £40 a ton to the grow er in New South Wales was the minimum acceptable re turn, based soundly on costs. That price would be better for both consumer and producer, and it would destroy the black market. The housewife would no longer have to pay extortion ate prices for vegetables that were not controlled, and the cost of living would be reduced. Potatoes would still be the cheapest vegetables at 6d a lb.» and, if the growers knew that they could get £40 a ton, they would plant with confidence for me coming season, ne urgea wie Government to give most ser ious consideration to the facts, and to act immediately because now was the time to prepare for the next season. Mr. Hughes said that the...
Country Party Council Endorses Mr. Douglas Beard [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
Mr. Douglas Beard Hie Young Electorate Council of the Australian ^Country Party at a recent meeting at Grenfell en dorsed Mr. Douglas Beard as candidate tor the next State Elections. . -Mr. Seard was the Country. Party candidate in the last State elections and polled par ticularly well. He impressed those who met him with his sincerity and ability. The Coun cil expressed full confidence in the candidate and it is consid ered that he has an excellent chance of gaining the Young seat when the next State elec tions are held. At the meeting the election of officers was effected and re sulted in Mr. P. W. Taylor be ing elected Chairman. Mr. Taylor is a most active party man and is also President of the Greenethorpe branch. The new secretary is Mr. J. R. Dawe, also of Greenethorpe. Mr. Dawe has been an active membor of the Council for some ten years and was secretary of Greenethorpe branch for about ten years. The retiring Chairman, Mr. J, P. Cass, and secretary, Mr. J. D. McFarland, were...
MURRINGO MAN REMANDED ON STEALING CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
MURRINGO MAN REMANDED ON STEALING CHARGES The robbery at the Burrangong Picnic Race Club's office last week had a sequel in the Young Court of Petty Sessions on Thursday afternoon of last week, two charges of stealing being preferred against a Murringo man. He was remanded. William Cullen (46) was the defendant. , . The charges against Cullen were: — (1) That on May 15 he did steal £37/4/5 in cash, the pro perty of the Burrangong Picnic Race Club. (2) That on May 15 he did steal valuable securities, to wit, 66 cheques and four postal notes, the property of the Bur rangong Picnic Race Club. Det-Cqnstable C. V. Shen ele souglit a remand to the Stip endiary Magistrate's next Court sitting, on Monday, May 28. Defendant consented to this action being taken. . The application was granted. MONEY, ETC., RECOVERED Requesting bail. Cullen add ed: 'I ask you to make it as light as you can.' 'He is well-known in the district, your Worship,' said Det.-Const. Shenele. 'All the property has been r...
COMP. DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
COMP. DRAW The draw for the first round is as follows (the. home match being mentioned first in each instance) : May 26th: Rugby Hurricanes v. Bala. Rye Park v. Rugby Aces. Numby v. R.P. Welcome. Kangiara v. Frogmore. June 2nd: Bala v. R.P. Welcome. Numby v. Rugby Hurricanes. Rye Park v. Kangiara. Rugby Aces v. Frogmore.
RUGBY LEAGUE FLASHES BOOROWA UNLUCKY TO LOSE COMPETITION MATCH TO COWRA Go Down By Five Points In Hard Rugged Match [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
RUGBY LEAGUE! FLASHES J BOOROWA UNLUCKY TO LOSE COMPETITION MATCH TO COWRA Go Down By Five Points In Hard Rugged Match Boorowa footballers were unlucky to lose their Group Nine competition fixture with Cowra at Boorowa on Sunday last when they were defeated bv 19 points to 14 in a hard, rugged match. The game was evenly con tested in the first half, but two quick tries by Cowra in the sec one] half pointed the way for their success. Bnoowa gave a great display in the dying stages in an at tempt to pull the game out of thn fire and in fact scored a try and kicked a goal right on the final gong. For the last 20 min utes of the play Boorowa ham mered away at the visitors' goal line and were nearly over on several occasions. The game itself produced fre quent patches of brilliance but for the most part it followed a hard, rough and rugged pat tern. Many players had to re ceive ambulance attention from both sides, and 'Mon' Grocott, of Boorowa, had to leave the field early in the second ...
BENEFIT SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
BENEFIT SOCIAL To-morfbw (Saturday) night will be held a social evening in the Frogmore Hall to raise funds for the; Edgar Corcoran . Appeal. .. ? ? .'-??' The social has been organised by the people of Frogmore un der the auspices of the local Young People's Club. It is confidently expected that a large crowd will attend to enjoy a great evening whilst at the same time supporting a worthy, humane appeal, for funds to help out an unfortun ate accident victim who is most nonular. A euchre tournament will be conducted in the supper room, whilst in the main part of the hall will be held social games, dancing, table tennis, darts, quoits and so on. The ladies of the district will again, with their unselfish pub lic spirit, provide what is what is certain, to be a delightful sup per. The social is timed to start at _ 8 p.m.
LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
LIBRARY. A further selection of books has been added 'to the library Amongst these are 'King's Row,' 'Wild Colonial Boys,' which treats the bushrangers of the Boorowa district, some by Thwaites and others. All are good! ' . ; people are availing themselves of the library's facilities. Books can be borrowed at any time out side school hours.
FROGMORE TOPICS PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
FftOfiMOCEi ? lUrluo ,i'$ « From Our €orrespondeJat 5 * ? — — — — s PERSONAL Local card sharps have intro duced rules to their games of ' 500 that would make Mr. Hoyle's hair stand erect. For example: 'When in doubt leave one out; r' when too big-, just renig.'t * * * Mrs. C. Boulding and daugh lei Lynette. Mr. Max Boulding and Mr. Joe Power left last Fri day ;for_ Goulburn where they spent the week-end m the com pany of Mrs. Boulding's daugh ter, Norma, and Joe Power's sis-, ter. Iha. * * ? In hospital at Young are Mrs. W. Cassells and her daughter Camel. Satisfactory progress is reported and they should be home soon. ' . * ♦ ? * Last Friday, Miss M. Bonner returned to Sydney after spend ing an enjoyable fortnight's holi day with her brother and sister in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bonner, of 'Wirranya,' Frogmore. ? ? ? .. ? ? »? Miss Gwen Chudleigh has tak en up duties as a nurse at the Boorowa District Hospital. * * * ? On Friday last, young Peter Holmes was accidentally scald ed on t...
A Safety Thought From The N.R.M.A. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
A Safety Thought From The N.R.M.A, Motorists enjoy driving — and they have safe driving — when they know they have their cars under control at all times. The modern automobile is a sensi 'ive piece of machinery. If kept properly adjusted it will quick iy uuey me ugntest loucn on steering wheel, accelerator or brake. ' If the driver is preoccupiedi tired, confused from drinking, or just not paying attention, his .iar will still carry out the orders he gives, even if these orders are wrong. It is important that the driver be in a condition to give the proper orders to his car at all times.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
TENNIS The Rye Park' team proved too strong for the locals last Saturday. Some excellent ten nis was seen but a few of the Frogmore players were not playing at top form. A numDer oj. spectavuiB view ed the game whilst a few people took advantage of the school court. . . Frogmore meets Kangiara, at tCangiara, next Saturday; it is expected that quite a close con test will result. The team chosen is: Mesdames T. Sparkes andV. Hill; Messrs., Kev. O'Neill, J. Sparkes, Ev. Good and Frank. Holmes. Last Sunday was also a big tennis day at Fricmore. BothN public and schobl courts ^ere in . use. Social games wjere playea at the school but at the public courts matches' were played be tween a Frogmore team and one from Poplars (Bala). The large crowd present wit nessed some close games and ' good tennis. Frogmore was de feated 13 sets ? to 14 in dull, ; windy weather conditions. The Frogmore team consist ed of Messrs. W. Banks, H. Cor coran, E. Good, F. Holmes, L. ?;-.;, Banks, S. Corcoran; Mes...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
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INSURANCE SCHEME ADOPTED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
fflSURANCE SOffiME The Boorowa branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion, has adopted a' scheme of insurance as set forth by the Federation Insurance Ltd., and effected through the Farmers & Settlers' Association. The branch President (Mr. Eddie Rolfe) is representative, and all enquiries must be dir ected to him. A saving of 4/4 in the £, or 22 per cent, on your premium is obtainable by taking advantage of the offer; as a member, it's your privilege. Make use of it! The General President (Mr. Seilley and Vice-President (Mr. Jack Cass) will attend and ad dress a meeting of the Boor owa branch on Saturday, June 2nd, at the Guild Hall, supper' room. ' ' ? -j . If you would like, to know just what is happening behind the scenes, as regards plans and pro posals, sales and disposals, these coves can tell you. So, roll up — all are welcome! Read To-day's Adverts, in The 'News.'
THE MOTOR WORLD LIGHTING OF ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
MMfORWto LIGHTING OF ROADS' N.R.M.A. general secre tary Mr. fi. E. Richards says there is real danger -on the roads when blackouts affect - street lighting. Dangers in clude possibilities of collid ing with parked vehicles, hitting pedestrians, and be ing blinded by the glare from the headlights of on coming cars. On the question of headlight glare. .Mr. Richards said his read of the -traffic regulations was that immediately a black out occurs iii a lighted . area drivers niay use their full lights, but should dip them within 200 yards of an approaching ve hicle. N Blackout in busy traffic areas are a real hazard to pedestrian . and cyclists. They should take much j/reater care and motor ists must be continually con stantly on the lookout,' he add ed. Mr. Richards said care was also necessary, both by night and day, when blackout affected traffic lights at intersections.