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Blood Typing Unit May Visit Boorowa Soon [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
Blood Typing Unit May Visit Boorowa Soon Boorowa District Hospital Board at its meeting on Monday, night last, decided to ask the Red .Cross Blood Typing Unit to include Boorowa in its .itinerary and that the visit be made as soon as possible. When the date of the visit, is known, it is to be advertised and publicised extensively so that as many as possible be encouraged to have their blood typed for their own and others' safety. . ._
Help For Deaf and Blind Children Rye Park Residents Subscribed Nearly £200 WHAT CAN BOOROWA DO? [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
Help For Deaf and Blind Children Rye Park Residents Subscribed Nearly £200 WHAT CAN BOOROWA DO ? Rye Park residents subscribed almost £200 to the N.S.W. Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind when a special Field Officer, Mr. Robert Wheeler, paid a visit to that centre. Mr. Wheeler intends visiting Boorowa on June 11 to solicit further donations from residents for the founding of a centre to house, care and teach these afflicted children. WHAT IT IS DOING AND AIMS TO DO The Institution comprises two schools for Deaf and Dumb children at Darlington, the other for Blind children at Wahroon ga. There are 50 blind pupils at Wahroonga now and 250 at - the Darlington school. -In its 90 years' existence the institution has been specialis ing in the important work of .educating and caring' for deaf, dumb and blind children, irre spective of class or creed. PLA^S'TO SPEND £20.000 ON^NEW BUILDINGS J * I ft plans to spend £20,000 i.^^^^tj|fev«rection.df three. . gThonu: ; Kr^^no .^mtt...
"BEN TOOK HIS BEATING LIKE A MAN" [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
'BW TOOK HIS BEATING LIKE A MAN' Gilbert Mant in the Sunday Sun wrote: Ben Chifley not on ly took his beating like a man but urged Labor supporters to take a national view of things. 'If we all do our best, we will make this nation rich, spiritual ly and materially,' he said. That's the spirit Ben! Let us hope all the politicians set the rest of us an example by cutting out the rough stuff at Canberra. , , .
THE TURF. £5000 REJECTED FOR TROTTER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
mm i^OOO REJECIB FOR TROTTER An offer of ,£5,000 for the colt, Meropa, has-been turn ed down by the joint own ers, Messrs. Wyld and Rog ers, of Lithgow. The offer was made by a bank man ager following the horse's meteoric rise in trotting spheres. Meropa is now trained and frequently . driven by Lithgow driver, Jack Young, who has been described by Percy Hall/ one of the State's leading driv ers,, and big prize-winners, as one of the most promising driv ers seen for some years. At Cowra recently, Meropa, according to the 'Guardian,' brilliantly won the Improvers' Handicap after being beaten in an earlier event. Meropa start ed even money favorite in the Beginners' Handicap, but was beaten by Rainwood; Second time ud MeroDa. fav ored at 6/4, /galloped from the barrier and lost nearly 20 lengths, tailing the field as the gigs swung out of the straight for the first time. Jack Young then brought Meropa up to third place, by going to the outside and half way down the straight urged him ...
RESERVE PRICE PLAN FOR WOOL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
RESERVE PRICE PLAN FOR WOOL The General Council of the Farmers and Settlers' Associa tion met specially this week to consider the proposals for a Reserve Price Plan for Wool, said the General President. Mr. W. R. Scilley. The President of the Australian Wool and Meat Producers' Federation, Mr. F. E. Hitchins, addressed the meeting, submitting details of the wool plan which was dis cussed in confidence pending the expected Government an- . nouncement. It was resolved that the As sociation, having determined at Annual Conference I960 to sup port the principle of a Reserve Price Plan for Wool and hav ing examined the proposals but failing to reach unanimous agreement on the merits, should prepare a fair analysis for the information of woolgrowers with a ? recommendation to vote ac cording to their individual news. ? , : ._ jMta'
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
RETURN THANKS MRS. M. TIMMS and daughter Jan, brother Archie and Sister Marie, wish to express their sin- cere thanks to all kind friends and relatives for their expres- sions of sympathy, letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and for the kind assistance they had rendered in the past and dur- ing their recent sad bereavement Will all please accept this as our personal thanks. MRS. MARY WATSON, daugh- ter Rita, brothers and sisters of the late Walter Watson hereby express their sincere thanks to all kind friends and relatives who sent sympathy cards, tele- grams and floral tributes, and to all who assisted in any way during their recent sad bereave- ment, and especially Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wallis and Miss Edith Preston, of Stanmore.
TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
Mr. and Mrs. John Bryne, of Haberfield, are at present re- ceiving congratulations on the birth of a son. Mrs. Bryne was formerly Miss Lily Oxley, of Boorowa. &nbsp; The engagement is announced of Miss Frances Butta, second eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Butta, of Leichhardt, to Ronald, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Per- ceval Kirk, of Boorowa. Most people, whether football followers or not, know what a money-spinner the Maher Cup is. Here are the latest figures to prove it-^if proof were need ed. When Wyalong Club start ed the present season it was approximately £200 in debt. A fortnight ago, the Club's team won the Maher Cup from Gren fell. They had it for one game (against Junee) and lost i tto Young. The Club is now about £300 in credit.' For the Junee match the 'gate' was £228, and for Saturday's game, £248. His Honor Judge J. L. Lamaro, who a year ago was appointed to the circuit which embraces Young, died in Hay Hospital on Monday night. He -had been ad mitted to the in...
MURRINGO BRIDE ATTENDED BY THREE SISTERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
MURRINGO BRIDE ATTENDED BY THREE SISTERS The three sisters of Miss &nbsp; Marie Gruber, second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. &nbsp; &nbsp; Gruber, of 'Claremont,' Mur- ringo, attended her when she wed David Butt, of 'Moun- tain View,' Cowra Road, &nbsp; Young, in St. John's Church &nbsp; of England, Young, on Sat- urday, April 28. The bridegroom is the young- est son of Mr. George Butt, of &nbsp; Harris Park, Sydney, and the &nbsp; late Mrs. Butt. &nbsp; Dahlias, stocks, roses and fern were attractively arranged in the church by Mrs. C. Nor- man. The ceremony was per- formed by Rev. W. E. Boyldew. The organist, Mrs. Miller, ac- companied Miss Olga Paul when she rendered an Ave Maria dur- ing the signing of the register. Making her entry on the arm of her father, the bride made a charming study in a lovely gown of white needlerun lace over taf- feta. It featured a close fitting bodice with scolloped neckline, and a pe...
BRIDAL GOWN OF CHANTILLY LACE OVER SATIN HUME-WESTERN WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
BRIDAL COWN OF CHANTILLY LACE OVER SATIN HUME-WESTERN WEDDING When Kathleen Margaret Western married John Alan Hume in St. John's Church of England, Young, on Sat- urday, April 28, she wore a lovely gown of Chantilly lace over silk taffeta. The church was attractively decorated with autumn blooms by Mrs. R. C. Hammond and her daughter Doreen. Rev. W. E. Boyldew performed the marriage ceremony and Mrs. Miller was organist. Younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Western, of Young, the bride was given away by her father. Her gown featured long sleeves, a Peter Pan collar and train. The veil, kindly loan- ed by Mrs. Harold Cooke, was held in position by a coronet of orange blossom. Narines and frangipanni comprised the brid- al bouquet. The bride's sister Helen (Mrs. Alex Ashley) was Matron of Honor. A very close friend, Miss Doreen Hammond, of Roseville, filled the role of bridesmaid. Both attendants were frocked alike in pale pink sheer, styled with lace insets and a Peter Pan collar ...
COLEMAN—WHEELWRIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
COLEMAN— WHEELWRIGHT A very pretty wedding was celebrated in St. Bartholomew's Church of England, Crookwell, last Saturday afternoon, when Olive, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wheelwright, of "Rose- dale," Narrawa, was joined in holy wedlock to Mr. Harold Cole- man, The reception which fol- lowed, was held in the Literary Institute.
COLOURFUL WEDDING AT ST. MARY'S, YOUNG FLYNN—WOODBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
COLOURFUL WEDDING AT ST. MARY'S, YOUNG FLYNN—WOODBRIDGE &nbsp; The altar of 13t. Mary's &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Church, Young, was, beauti- fully decorated by the Sis- ters of the Presentation Convent for the wedding of Miss Joyce Woodbridge and Mr. James Francis Flynn on Saturday, March 31. Rev. Father M. Quinn per- formed the ceremony and celebrated Nuptial Mass. The bride, given away, by her brother, Ron, of West Wyalong, is the third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Woodbridge, of 9 Edward Street, Young, and the bridegroom is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Flynn, of the Young sportsground. &nbsp; The bride chose embroidered Swiss organdie for her lovely bouffant bridal gown. The round neckline and a fischu on each shoulder were softened with tulle frilling. Rounded panels, also frilled with tulle, coming from the waistline and falling to half-way down the skirt, were features of the gown. Worn over figured taffeta the hemline ...
District Weddings Of Interest CROKER-PRICE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 25 May 1951
District Wed Of Interest CROKER—PRICE &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Easter Monday, March 26, was chosen for the wedding of Margaret Carsmir, young- est daughter of Mr. H. E. Price, and the late Mrs. Price, of Bannister, to Geoffrey James, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Os. Croker, of Rugby. The marriage was solemnised at St. Mary's Church, Crook- well, at 9 a.m. prior to Nuptial Mass, at which the Rev. Father McGilvray officiated. The church was appropriate- ly decorated for the occasion, &nbsp; the altar being beautifully ar- ranged with flowers by the Sis- ters of Mercy. The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, who subsequently gave her away. The Children of Mary, of which she was a member, formed a guard of honour. She presented &nbsp; a charming picture in her Old World gown of all-over lace over taffeta, featuring a sweet heart neckline, long pointed sleeves and a long train falling from a f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951
BOOROWA CHALLENGE FOR WEISSEL CUP Match Against Harden-. Murrumburrah Boorowa Rugby League team have high hopes of winning die Weissel Cup against HardenMurrumbur rah at Murrumburrah to morrow. Mr. Webster, of Cootamundra, will control the game. COMPETITION MATCH Boorowa will again oppose Harden-Murrumburrah in their competition fixture on Sunday Un the latter's ground. SPECIAL TRAIN TO JUNEE Efforts are being made by ihe local League to run a spec ial train to Junee on Sunday, 17th June.
RYE PARK PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951
RYE PARK PERSONALS Miss Joan Perks motored to Sydney at the week-end with her cousins, Mr. Ron and Miss Beryl Chudleigh, of Frogmore. They hope to spend a happy fortnight in the metropolis. Kenny's Creek School have just installed a wireless' set in the school, and they hope to re ceive enough to pay for it by holding a stall and conducting a euchre party and social at Rye Park on Saturday. GALONG RESIDENT IN CAR COLLISION. A car driven by Mr. E. J. Dwyer, of 'Pallarang,' Galong, and a motor lorry driven by Mr; D. L. O'Connor, of Wombat St., Young, .collided at the intersec tion of Boorowa and Lynch ^ Streets last week. A^good deal , o'f damage was done to the, front of the car, but the lorry got off lightly. The occupants of the vehicles were not injured.
NO EASY METHOD FOR CONTROL OF SERRATED [?] District Agronomist Addresses Boorowa Shire Council "PREVENTION IS THE BETTER MEANS OF COMBATING, THAN CURE." [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951
no easy Method mmwm OF SERRATED $SS06KV : District Agronomist |tidrte Boorowa Shire Council 'PREVENTION IS THE BETTER MEANS OF COMBATING, THAN CURE.' 'I want to impress on the landholders of the Boor owa district that there is no easy method for the con trol of Serrated Tussock which is the most serious weed problem, on the Central and Southern Table lands to-day. This was stated by the District Agronomist (Mr. Autrey-Hall) when addressing members of the Boor owa Shire Council at .their meeting on Monday after noon last regarding: weed problems. ? Mr. Autrey-Hall had intended to confer with district land holders on the subject but ow ing to the wintry conditions no landholders were in attendance. His address was most interest ing and educational and he ap pealed to all landholders in the iPstrict whj n;r,y have noxious weeds on their properties to forward specimens to him for identification. DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT .FLOWERS 'Don't wait until the weed comes into flower,' he said, 'but fo...