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THIS MAD ZONING SCHEME BOOROWA BUSINESS HOUSES DISORGANISED But More Electricity Available In Other Towns [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

THIS MAD ZOHlfJC SCHEME BOQROWA BUSINESS HOUSES DISORfiANISED But More Electricity Available In Other Towns Every business house in Boorowa is forced to bear the fullest impact of the electricity zoning scheme. As a consequence near chaos exists in those establishments which utilise electric power with machinery as a means of a livelihood. Boorpwa^s position is in direct contrast with the con ditions ejristing in some other towns, where the zoning of elecferij&iiy causes only minor difficulties, and it is certainly ;4ime that the Councils in the country re ceiving power ^rom the grid system took action to make some sort of protest against the attitude of the Government which controls this State. The frightful mess that has developed must be cleared up immediately. The failure of the electricity scheme is! a disgrace on every Government that has been elected to tlie N.§.W. Legislative Assembly dur mg the past twenty years, and if .something 'is not done now-V- the present adm...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

THE FINAL SALE OF THE PRESENT SEASON WILL BE HELD ON 13th and 14th JUNE. PRO CEEDS SHOULD BE PAYABLE ABOUT 7th JULY. GRAZIERS ARE INVITED TO CONSIGN WOOL FOR INCLUSION IN THIS SALE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND THEIR EARLY ADVICE OF INTENDED CONSIGNMENTS WOULD BE AP PRECIATED. THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative, Grain, Insurance and Agency Co. Ltd., GOULBURN. EVEIJYBdOY'S JOB Investing in the Twelfth Security Loan to the very limit is everybody's job. Every man and woman wifh savings of £10 or more can play an active part in Australia's future development by investing that money today. Perhaps you feel that your small investment would be like a drop in the ocean. But multiply such investments by thousands and you will see how important they are. This money will go to provide the sinews of peace necessary to build a strong and secure nation. Important, too, are the benefits you yourself will receive from investment in the Twelfth Security Loan. 1 ? Sdl 6iy. Security Loan Bonds and Stoc...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

TF O JB A. OOP White Heather Fine Cut Flake'..' '.. .: ? 24/- Cape Fine Cut Flake ? 22/- Clipper Fine Cut Flake ? 20/- Clipper Bright or Dark Pipe Flake .. ? 20/- Cape Bright Flake .. ; ? ... 22/ Robih Hood Ready-rubbed Fine Cut . . ? 24/4 West Point Ready-rubbed or Pipe Flake (Rhodesian) .23/6 Cigarette Papers, all brands ? 3/6 Dozen. Postage, 1/10 for first pound; plus 4d each Additional pound. If Paving by 'Cheque, Please Add Exchange, 6d. COUNTRY TOBACCO SERVICE, 283 Elisabeth St., Sydn-^

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CONDE'S SENSATIONAL RULING-GOULBURN FREE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

CONDE'S SENSATIONAL RULING GOULBURN FREE Tro£LJi EX£MpTED INDUSTRIES IN GOULBURN CAN USE ELECTRICITY AT ANY TIME THEiY PLEASE! ?i?^l™^CC0RDsANCE WtTH THE REPORTED RUL ING GIVEN BY THE EMERGENCY ELECTRICITY COM MISSIONER (MR. H. G. CONDE). IP THAT RULING IS APPLICABLE TO GOULBURN THEN ASSUREDLY IT MUST APPLY TO BOOROWA, AND EVERY OTHER COUNTRY TOWN. THE RULING HAS COME AS AN ANTI-CLIMAX, AND THE BOOROWA SHIRE MUST BE PROMPT TO AFFORD SIMILAR RELIEF TO EVERY BUSINESS IN THIS TOWN. Here we quote from an is sue of the Goulburn 'Post' last week. The revelations will make .Boorowa residents gasp: 'Though under the electricity zoning regulations power was not available for Goulburn con sumers on Wednesday, electric ity was not' cut off in any part of the City's distributing system. 'In a statement issued short ly after noon on Tuesday, the Mayor, Aid. J. B. Mullen, ap pealed 'strongly to citizens to observe the regulations strict ly- 'Aid. Mullen revealed that ne had received a letter from...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

I NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THE COST OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS IS 1/6 FOR TWO LINES (Minimum) and 9d FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/. EXTRA. Approx. 4-5 Words per Line. FOR SALE SUB CLOVER SEED, in any quantity at BUSHBY'S. Get some for .that late sowing while stocks last. ' MIXED BUSINESS, with Resi dence, at Goulburn. Turnover, ' £230 p.w., extra good Tobacco quota. Torrens Title. £4,000 plus stock.— W. J. PHILLIPS, L.B.A., Goulburn. Phone 1302. BUSHBY'S have full stocks of Sisalkraft and Malthoid Roof ing. Call and see, them if re quiring same. LARGE BRICK HOME at Goul burn. 3 large bedrooms, large lounge room, breakfast room, kitchen, laundry, bathroom, fernery, garage, large front verandah, glassed-in back ver andah, gas service to all .rooms, two power points, Fel tex, linoleums, gas stove and gas bath heater are included in the sale. The property is in a good locality and well laid out with front and back lawns. Large piece of land with fowl runs erected on a port...

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STATE-WIDE RED CROSS SALVAGE DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

STATE-WIDE RED CROSS SALVAGE DRIVE A State-wide salvage drive to collect waste tex tile material has been launched by the Red Cross. Altogether, 529 country and 101 metropolitan Red Cross branches have been asked to organise the collection of old clothing, rags or textiles in any condition, good or old. worn, torn, soiled or stained. It is hoped to establish a special collection depot in each area where a Red Cross branch operates. Donations could then be delivered to the depot and later packed in bags supplied by Red Cross Headquarters in Sydney. A Red Cross official said that the salvage drive would not only represent a boost to the Society's funds, but would be a service of national import ance when raw materials, such as cotton and wool were in short supply and at a high cost. The official said the salvage drive would continue so long as difficulties in obtaining raw materials for the clothing in dustry continued.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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DANGER IN BLACKOUTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

DANGER IN BLACK OUTS In an effort to lift the light ing of N.S.W. roads to a safe, efficient standard, the N.R.M.A., in conjunction with the Local Government Association and Shires Association, has asked the State Government to help local governing oouies nuance an improved lighting system. This move follows a plea to the Government by the N.R.M.A. for the setting up of a central authority charged with provi sion of a uniform system. In reply to that request, the Prem ier (Mr. McGirr) said the Min ister for Local Government was considering a move to prescribe lighting standards and to require councils to light roads in accord ance with the standards. Sub sequently the N.R.M.A. met rep resentatives of the two local government associations, and it was decided to make a joint ap proach to the Government re questing its help to finance i uniform plan.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

Slades' Motors WISH TO ANNOUNCE to the Public of BOOROWA DIS TRICT that they have OPENED UP THEIR BUSINESS AT BOOROWA, in the premises formerly occupied by Need ham's Station Supplies IN COURT STREET. DEALERS in ? ? ? STANDARD/TRIUMPH CARS. # FERGUSON SYSTEM TRACTORS and EQUIP MENT. . TWO CERTIFICATED MECHANICS IN ATTENDANCE ? see; ? .? ?'?; *rTJ*I?T SLADES' MOTORS Phone 160. BOOROWA Phone 160. *???????????????????????????*????? BUSHBY'S FOR - LADIES' HOSIERY - Patens Azalea Crochet Wool, 9-11 ozs. and Pyjamas 1 ? ; ? — ? * price 24/$, 29/6, 32/6 CARDIGANS AND PULLOVERS Bond's Wool ancPSilk Singlets, W. and O.S ? 9/11 Fleecy-lined Pantees, W., O.S. aud X.O.S. ? ? 6/11 WE ARE NOW SHOWING A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF CARDIGANS AND PULLOVERS, SUITABLE FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. KNITTING WOOL Paton and Baldwin's Knitting Wool, in all leading shades, in 4-Ply 'Totem/' 'Blue Bell Crepe' and Baby Wool. FLANNELETTE AND DRESS MATERIALS Wool Dress Materials, 36. inches wide ; all leading shades, 12/...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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FOOTBALL AWARDS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

FOOTBALL AWARDS The following' awards were made after last Sunday's games: FOOTBALL CLUB'S TROPHY A. Glover ? 3 Pts. B; Powderley .... 2 Pts. ' E. Donohoe ? 1 Pt. 'NEWS' AWARD 1 B. Powderley .... 3 Pts. A. Glover ? 3 Pts. E. Donohoe ? 2 Pts. R; Fahey ........ 1 Pt. N. Brennan . . -. . .. 1 Pt.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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PUDMAN NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

PUDMAN NEWS Mr. Steve Banks, of 'Wheal- grace,' Pudman, was taken to Yass Hospital by ambulance to day. Mrs. S. Browne, affectionately known to all at Pudman at 'Grannie.' attained . her 90th birthday to-day. Mrs. Browne is ' still hale and hearty and in en joying perfect health. Following the recent showers there is a prolific growth of mushrooms near the Pudman Creek. At a recent rabbit drive, 1350 rabbits were bagged. As the paddock had been dug out for some time and the fences are in good order, it seems that a large percentage of the catch must have been 'hill billies.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

JJ / ^ ' . ? ntrodiwinfy v . ; / WH.M.V.V magnificent new , CONSOLE - AITTO-RABIOGRAM i (Slightly higher m WA.) I For a small deposit you can own this Illiaiy-j- 'xistww'* ^w^lH '? . dignified radiogram . . . really two fl Fi^^^^j^JvSSS3^] instruments in one ... as impressive || /f '^%SStl^^^J ; in performance as it is in appearance. | 4 LJJJJSS^Sh fe- vil 111 ! And remember, the gramophone | j^j^^^hMJU^^B , mechanism provides over half - an - IbHHHHHuH i hour's uninterrupted playing of your | 'his master's voice' j|[| i treasured recordings — a boon to ^ ^SJII I ? lovers of the classics or dance-music '?%{ &,, ?__rf1-t-'/7x--»'' j enthusiasts alike. .A..***^^* j Hear all live latest j. WHIS MASTER'S VOICE' ! E. A. DOWSE, Local Agent - BOOROWA. |. . ,— ' HAVE YOU SEEN THE ! 'MOBIL CO' POWER SAW UNITj? i ?? ? ? ??- . ? AllAULMJ M 1\ Jill ? DRAG SAW ? ELECTRIC LIGHTING PLANT ? ELECTRIC POST BORING DRILL ? SAW BENCH. ENQUIRE TO-DAY AND ORDER EARLY. District Agents:— GINTY &...

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MATCH ON SUNDAY AT GUNDAGAI [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

MATCH ON SUNDAY AT GTTNDAGAT Boorowa teams journey to, Gundagai next Sunday for their competition matches.

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EVERY DRIVER'S WORST ENEMY "That Other Guy," Says Young R.S.C. Secretary [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

EVERY DRIVER'S WORST ENEMY 'That Other Guy,' Says Young R.S.C. Secretary A mysterious 'other guy ' is every driver's worst en emy. This was the belief expressed by Mr. F. Rob erts, hon. secretary of the Young Road Safety Coun cil. It was the individual respons ibility for safe and courteous driving, he .said. 'Most motorists consider the 'other guy' as the chief high way menace — never themselves. And yet, with over 1^6,000 ac cidents a year resulting from improper driving practices and with about three-fourths of all drivers involved in fatal acci-x dents being guilty of some sort of discourtesy it stands to rear son that there's a lot of overlap ping in this matter of the 'other euv,' Mr. Roberts said. The Road Safety Council is always stressing the costliness of selfish driving practices and asks drivers to adopt the slog an 'Mind Your Motor' Man ners.' ' . Mr. Roberts listed the follow ing courtesy tips for motorists: 1. IJse hand signals to keep the driver behind you aware of y...

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EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

EMPIRE HUMS FOR WEEK-END The story of a young doctor who has to choose between. as-- sured wealth, fame and success or working out his career the hard way. in the tenements of New York, is unfolded with com passion and understanding in 'THE DOCTOR AND THE GIRL,', new M.G.M. Silver An niversary drama heading the Theatre this Saturday. Glenn Ford plays Michael Corday, who.staits out his iriter ship with the advantage of be ing the son of one of the coun try's most brilliant and eminent neurologists. Dr. John Corday (Charles Coburn) paints a glow ing picture of his son's future if he can remain impersonal to anything but his knowledge as a doctor. Michael's cold detach ments., however, breaks' down ?during his training period at a general hospital where he comes face to face with the tragedies of the underprivileged. When he falls in love with and marries one of his patients, Evelyn Hel don (Janet Leigh), a girl of no family or position, the break between father and son is com plete. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

uiiy niiifninu lujIj ; ^^^^^maJLms|4^^&' MM.L T** m^rnrn mm mfmmfmrm M^ /WbJ&JMJ!^ d$r%&wa^^ IfiimmWmMnmW U^^ A DISC HARR°w|NG Fonbon Major has the power to haul the larger sized JfpSSy^LaMtoBSf^N ploughs and; other cultivating implements through 'tough jp&5]JMp!ffi3BHml»\7 ?pots' and get the work done on time. '?' SOWING Fordson Major is reducing field operations for many r farmers, thereby saving labour and substantially cutting IF^SLv'cnimr working costs. With a maximum 29 h.p. at drawbar, *i*g!t iIi^JPMMbHB* 32.5 h.p. on belt pulley, and a conveniently located power .?.'!'?'?'-''?' I.-' 'T^p^l^^^, take off, Fordson Major provides unlimited opportunities - HARVESTING for power application at every season of the year. Full particulars and illustrated literature are available BfCffi^Tifflyy'^l] from your Fordson Dealer. TiiSaT^gmS^^^M^ A. J. ADAMS \ HAY BALING / FORD SERVICE STATION \. y MARSDEN ST — gQOROWA ~ 'PHONE 78. ?

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MIXED CANADIAN FOURSOMES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

MIXED CANADIAN FOUR SOMES On the State Jubilee Holi day a Mixed Canadian Four some was played on the local links and proved to be a most enjoyable event for those participating. The event was won by Bob and Mrs. Lindsay with a nett 67. The runner-up was Ned Dwyer and Mrs. O'Donnell with a nett 68 — on the 'count-back' from Ted Sams and Mrs. Bob bin, Bert Lawler and Miss Sheil, Jim Whale and Mrs. Ven ables. Results: — R. E. Lindsay and Mrs. Lind say; nett 67. E. J. Dwyer and Mrs. O'Don nell, 68' E. W. Sams and Mrs. A. A. Bobbin. 68. E. H. Lawler and Miss E. Sheil, 68. J. R. Whale and Mrs. C. Ven ables, 68. A. A. Bobbin and Mrs. E. J. Dwyer, 69. M. J. Bobbin and Mrs. H.- Dow ling, 70. H. Dowling and Mrs. F. Mc Cabe. 71. R. C. Sullivan and Mrs. J. J. Denning. 71. F. A. McCabe and Mrs. D. W. Perks, 72. D..W. Perks and Mrs. H. Thompson, 74. - A. H. Pritchard and Mrs. K. W. Dwyer, 74.' * -: A. C. Young and Mrs. Young, 76. M. B. McMahofr and Miss M. McMahon, 80. C. R. Venables and Mrs. Jl ...

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BOOROWA GOLFERS DEFEAT YASS THREE MATCHES TO ONE IN SOCIAL GAME [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

B00R0WA GOLFERS DEFEAT YASS THREE MATCHES TO ONE IN SOCIAL GAME On Sunday last a team of eight players from the (Yass Golf Club visited Boorowa and played a social match with the local Club, which proved to be very in teresting. The Boorowa Club were successful in winn ? ing the match by three matches to one. Details of play were: — J. R. Whale and J. P. McGrath lost to L. Grogan and H. Iron monger. 4 and 3. A. A. Bobbin and R. C. Sullivan defeated H. James and C. Dickson. 4 and 3. H. Thompson and E. J. Dwyer defeated L. Davis and M. Crowe, 1 up. R. Ryan and R. E. Lindsay de feated J. Comins and K. Boyd, 3 and 2. The Club staged a Par Han dicap in conjunction with the match and this resulted in a win for H. Ironmonger on the count-back from Ray Sullivan. The new lay-out of the course was brought into operation for last week-end's play and play , ers are agreed that this is bet ter than previously and now a more difficult Par. Harold Thompson again play ed well on Saturday and. with ...

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MEMORIAL GATES UNVEILED AT RUGBY TO MEMORY OF MEN WHO PAID SUPREME SACRIFICE Impressive Ceremony Witnessed By Large Crowd [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

MEMORIAL CATES UNVflLED At RUC BY TO MEMORY OF MEN WHO PAID SUPREME SACRIFICE Impressive Ceremony Witnessed By Large Crowd MORE THAN 200 PEOPLE WERE PRESENT AT THE CEREMONY OF THE UNVEILING OF THE MEMORIAL GATES DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF MEN WHO PAID THE, SUPREME SACRIFICE IN TWO WORLD WARS, 1914-18/ AND 1939-45, AT RUGBY PARK LAST SATURDAY AFTERNOON. In addition to local citizens, visitors, were present from 'Boorowa, Rye Park, Crookwell, even from, places as far dis tant as Temora and Kurri Kurri, in the Newcastle coalfields area, to witness the ceremony which was performed by Colonel C. W. G. Anderson, V.C., of Young. The gates were draped with a large Union Jack in the centre and smaller Union -jack and Australian flags -ah either side. In front of the -gates' was a rop ed off area where the guests of honor were seated. Mr. Harry Southwell, of Rye Park, made his public address system available for the. occa- sion. ' RUGBY CITIZENS PRAISED Returned Servicemen lined up to form a ...

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DECLARATION AT HUME POLL. PEOPLE WILL REGRET, SAYS FULLER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

DECLARATION AT HUME POLL. PEOPLE WILL REGRET, SAYS FULLER At the declaration of the Hume poll, the successful candidate '(Mr. A. Fuller) said: ''Undoubtedly I am proud of my victory. Hume was the only gain to Labor in N.S.W., but on the other hand, I am disappointed at the general result of the election throughout Austra lia.' Mr., Fuller said that Tie ac cepted-the verdict of the people but firmly believed that the people would .regret it. 'Time alone will prove my statement to be correct or . otherwise,' he added. He said that the campaign from his- point of view was fought by the Labor Party in sound logis as against a cam paign of hystjgria by their op ponents. Thisjcampaign of hys teria had been backed and planned by the metropolitan press in the State. The final result in Hume was a grand triumph to all who had worked for his return, he add ed. The verdict was one of trust and confidence in him brought about by his loyalty to the Lab or movement and backed by his six years. as...

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N.S.W. LEADS IN RECRUITING DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951

NS.W. LEADS IN RECRUITING HOVE New South Wales is lead ing all States in the nation wide recruiting drive, the Acting Deputy Director of Recruiting, Mr. P. J. Hyn ard, said last night. Mr. Hynard said that N.S.W. was supplying about one-third of the Commonwealth total of men for the permanent Forces. The response of volunteers to the Citizen Forces of the Navy, Army and Air Force was 'most satisfactory.' Mr. Hynard said. Hundreds of men were com ing forward each week and volunteering for part-time train ing. Mr. Hynard said the best re sponse to the drive for Citizen Force recruits came from in dustrial areas. Teams of ser vicemen ,were visiting factories ' to explain to workers the ad vantages of part-time training. These servicemen had made excellent progress and had ob tained hundreds of volunteers for the Citizen Forces, he add ed. ' ? . ? ;_

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