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Householders' Assistance Sought By Town Fire Brigade By Town Fire Brigade Clear Hydrants Opposite Their Properties [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

Householders' Assistance Sought By Town Fire Brigade Clear Hydrants Opposite Their Properties The co-operation of all householders residing in the Boorowa Water Supply area is made by the Boor owa Bush Fire Brigade to clear* hydrants opposite their properties. This decision was made at a meeting held at the Council Chambers last. week, when the Boorowa Bush Fire Brigade was re-organised. ft was pointed out that ?uch action by residents - would greatly help the Brig .. ade in the event of fire and. may assist in saving life and property. The Deputy Shire President (Cr. J. P. McGrath) occupied the chair, - and present were Messrs. J. iM. Thomas, G. Riles, L. at. Kilda Donaldson, W. Curtis, C. H. Weedeu- K. Adams, H. G. Dewar, Cr. A. A. Gorham and C. W. Kenny. Cr.' McGrath outlined the purpose of the meeting and ad vised that primarily, it was de sired to reiform the Brigade under the provisions of the Bush Fires Act, 1949, as a Brigade to cover the Boorowa Water Supply reticulation ar...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Young Anglicans [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

Young Anglicans An important meeting of member of the Young Anglicans Association is set down for next Monday night at St. John's Rectory. AH members, past members and intending new lnembers are cordially invited to attend.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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A CASE OF WHEAT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

A CASE OF WHEAT, No, not just an ordinary case, but a ju»t case'. A case or inju»tice which has now round its way before the Hrivy Council, and who, only recently dismissed the appeal of Nelungator fty. Ltd. tor a just price for wheat. The Privy Council dismissed the appeal *-n tue ground that it hau no jurisdiction ,to hear the appeal on. its merits without a certificate from the' High Court of Australia. The Crown gave no indication of the tact that it was going. to reply on a technical point (Sec tion 74) until uvo days before the bearing of the appeal. As a point, Section 74 was not raised by the Crown on -the oc casion when application for leave to appeal was made by appellant, it was only upon the n'liny of the Crown's case book that it was learnt the Crown had changed its grounds so com pletely. And that change, my farming irieuds, the complete change, is very, very significant;' it means that the Crown has real ised the iutileness of fighting the justice of the case, and are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

I I As like as two scones Two scones may look alike but all scones are not the same by any means. For the most delicious scones you must use the right : ingredients. Aunt Mary's Baking Powder will give you the best results evory time. ? For all baking — scones, cakes, flfjBg^jg'te^ pastries, etc., Aunt Mary's Baking ME2~1P^§ Powder is best. nS^P^i^i^ffr All fej ??? ' ^^®*8Bmf? AUNT ftjEfc * MARYS £«p;' BAKING POWDER^*8**** Atk for all Aunt Mary's Pure Feed Product!

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TRAFFIC CHECK STRENGTHENS SHIRE COUNCIL CLAIMS FOR MAIN ROAD TO WYANGALA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

TRAFFIC CHECK STRENGTHENS SHIRE COUNCIL CLAIMS FOR MAIN ROAD TO WYANGALA 'These figures are far in advance of the census taken last time and should show the Main Roads De partment hoc popular Wyangala Dam is as a Tourist Resort. ' ' Thi^ was stated by Cr. R. J. Forster at last week's meeting of Boorowa Shire Council when com menting on tlie need of the road leading from Gunuary, . via Hovell's Creek to Wyangala beiug raised to the status of -a Main Road. Cr. Korster said that on New Year's Day he had arranged for a scrutineer to check the num ber of vehicles that used the road going to Wyangala Dam be tween 7 a.m. and* 7 p.m. and he was surprised to know of the number of vehicles that used it. During those hours there were 95 motor cars, 21 utilities, and six trucks — a total of 122 — that passed the pcint at Jerrin goraar turn-off where the scrut ineer was stationed to make the | check. I On New Year 's Day speedboat racing was held at Wyangala Dam which drew crowds of people from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

j: A SPLENDID RANGE OF ... | jj LOUNGE & BEDROOM SUITES! j; NOW ON DISPLAY. j; I| Also Just Arrived — a Consignment of \'- Inner Spring Mattresses i; Secure Now — Before Prices Increase. j! ! Available Now: J WHITE PORCELAIN ENAMEL BATH TUBS LOUNGE SUITE SPECIAL.— A particularly well J constructed Three-piece Loose Cushion LOUNGE SUITE, featuring Sprung Platforms and Inner- J Spring Loose Cushions. English Genoa Velvet Cov-'I erings. Outstanding Value at ? £59/10/-. ? ; CHROME BEDSTEADS.— All complete with Wire ''' I| Mattresses suitable for soft or inner-spring mat- If Ji tresses. 4ft. 6in. size will be arriving shortly. Ji ?I CEDAR BEDROOM SUITE (and Butt Maple), in j! ?I the latest designs Last word in BEDROOM Suites. -\- ,j SOFT BEDDING. — Let us quote you. Inspect our I1 Ji range. ? j! 'I INNER SPRING MATTRESSES, available in 3ft., 'j! «J 3ft. 6in. and 4ft . 6in. sizes — by leading makers: i| Jj Dreammaker — lieauty Sleep — Betterest — Etc. !? j! Agents for: Hillman, Hu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

ABEL TASMAN ?' In 1642, Anthony Van Dieman, Governor General of the Dutch East Indies, commissioned Abel Tasman, » a sea Captain employed by the Dutch East India : jl- Company, to undertake a voyage to the unknown south seas. Leaving Batavia in August, 1642, Tasman first set a course towards Mauritius, then sailing south wards, and later easterly, he reached, in November, 1642, the west coast of Tasmania, which he named Van Die/nan's Land. The names of his ships — Heemskirk and Zeehaen — he gave to two mountains, the first land he sighted. Two years later, on another voyage, Tasman sailed along all the northern coast of Australia (which became known as 'New Holland') from Cape York to North West Cape. The name 'Australia' was not officially recognized till many years after Tasman's voyages. Meanwhile, Australia's pioneer bank was established in 1817 with the name 'Bank of New South Wales'. Today, on the Jubilee of the Commonwealth o\ Australia. ~ ? the 'Wales' honours the explorers ...

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BALL AT FROGMORE FOR SPASTIC CENTRE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

BALL AT FROGMORH FOR SPASTIC CENTRE ?Frogmore Young People's Club are holding a ball at Frog uiore on Friday, 2nd March, in aid of the Spastic Centre at Mosman for Crippled Children. The organisers are making plans for a grand night's dancing.

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FIVE MEN ARRESTED AFTER POLICE CHASE Big Quantity Of Stolen Goods Recovered [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

FIVE MEN ARRESTED AFTER POLICE CHASE Big Quantity Of Stolen Goods Recovered Police arrested five men and recovered about £2000 worth of goods, allegedly stolen from country towns. after an 80 m,p.h. chase   along along the Great West-   ern Highway between Pen- rith and St. Mary's on Wed- nesday. Police allege the goods had been stolen from Portland, Thir- roul, Yerrinbool, Harden and Bathurst districts.

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

TOWN TALK Rev. Father E. E. Sheehan, P.P., cf St. Patrick^ Church, left Boorowa last Sunday for Melbourne where he will spend his annual month's holidays. Miss Nell Sniitii, of Pott's Point, is at present paying a visit to Boorowa on holidays. Cecil Grocott, son of Mi. and Mrs. Amos Grocott, of Jugiong Street, who suffered a bruised back as a result of being thrown from a indtbr bike near Young on Wednesday night last week, was admitted to Young Sacred Heart Hospital. He is expected to leave hospital at the week end. Rev. Fr. F. Casey, of Guuda gai, who succeeds Rev, Fr. J. W . Morrison as Administrator of St. Patrick's Parish, arrived in Boorowa during the week. Fr. Casey was accorded a warm welcome to Bcorowa at the fare-, well tendered to Fr, O'Brien at the Guild Hall last night. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kidd, of '' Gairlock" Kenyu Road, are re- ceiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter last week-   end. The many friends of . Mr. Cliye Hume, of Boorowa, will bet s...

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OBITUARY MISS ELIZABETH DWYER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

OBITUARY MISS ELIZABETH DWYER Profound regret was express- ed in Boorowa on Thursday morning at the death of Miss Elizabeth Dwyer, who passed away in the early hours of the morning at the Boorowas District Hospital. Miss Dwyer was a well-known and highly respected member of the family of the late Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Dwyer, early pioneers of the Boorowa district. After service at St. Patrick's Church this afternoon the re- mains were interred in the Roman Catholic portion of the Boorowa cemetery. Full details will appear in a later issue.

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WEDDING BELLS PEARSALL—BOULDING. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

WEDDING BELLS           PEARSALL— BOULDING. The Methodist Church, Boor- owa, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Saturday, 27th January, when Edna, eld- est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Boulding, of Boorowa, was married to Ervin, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Pearsall, of Yass. Rev. A. T. Newton officiated at the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of lace over satin. The full length veil of embroidered tulle was held in place with a coronet of lace and satin and she car- ried a bouquet of gladioli. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Amy Boulding, aud also the bridegroom's sis- ter, Miss Lillian Pearsall. They both wore green lace over taf- feta and a shoulder-length veil of green embroidered tulle. Their bouquets were of pink gladioli and fern. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. Ivan Pear- sall and Mr. Dick Tait. During the signing of the reg- ister Miss Betty M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

[NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I ; THECOST OF CLASSIFIED #DVf RTISEMENTS -S 1/6VFOR TWO LINES (Minimum) I . and*! FOR EACH ADDITIONAL MNfe; BOOKED 1/. EXTRA; Approx. 4-5 Words pep Line. FOR SALE pRAG CHAINS, complete. They say that BusJAy's, ol Boorowa, can supply your wants. We . fcave in stock Chains that will test the most powerful of bull dozers! Nuff sed— try Bushoys. *. ? ? — WJRE ROPE. They say that Bunhbye, of Boorowa, have full stocks of -best quality Wire Hope in many sizes; also all fittings for same. RABBIT DESTRUCTION. They say that Bushby's, of Boorowa, have full stccks of the well known Cyonagas in 25 lb. tins; also Rabbit Traps, Digging-out Shovels and Mattacks. Nuff sed, try BUSHBY'S. FOR ALL your Printing: Letter_ heads, Receipt Books, Docket Books, Account Forms, Labels, Programmes, Tickets, et., let us quote you. Burrowa News Prlntery. Phone 20. SAW SETS. They say that Bushby's, of Boorowa, have just received a small consign ment of Disston's Crosscut and. Circu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

Una#%strdcUo^ MmSaher Executors ol the Estate Tiate T. 3. BROwI^/R; J. ftoche?wlll offer by PUBLIC AUCTION In the Mechanics ' Institute, BINALONG, on THURSDAY, 15th FEBRUARY. 1951, at 3 pjn. , Part of the well-known property 'CUMBAMTJRRA,' situated 12 miles from Binalong and Galong, and comprising an area of approximately 2,116 acres 2 roods 252 perches. Timber bus been killed for many years, principally Whiter and Yellow Box. Well watered, undulating to small hills, heavy', carrying and fattening. TORRENS TITLE (Unrestricted). No Buildings. The. property will be offered jn THREE Blocks, as follows: BLOCK 1: Area approximately 600 acres, netted boundary, well watered by Creek and Springs. BLOCK 2: Area approximately 738 acres 2 roods 24 perches. Boundary netted and subdivided into three paddocks; watered by Creeks and Springs; adjoins Block 1. BLOCK 3: Area approximately 777 acres 3 roods II perches. Boundary netted; watered by Jugiong Creek.. Adjoins Block 2. The above property has...

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RE-VISIT OF OLD RESIDENTS Public Asked to Forward Names for Official Invitation. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

Wlffl OF OfcB RESIDENTS Public Asked to Forward Names 'for Official Invitation. The Committee of the Boorowa Jubilee Celebra tions and Back to Boor /dwa Week requests all residents of Boorowa and district who have relatives, or friends residing in other centres to forward their The Committee would also like any persons with accommodation available to advise Ihe secretary of same. names and addresses to the Secretary (Mr. G. T. Quil key) so that an official in vitation can be forwarded to them to re-visit Boor owa, join in the festivities, and renew old acquaint ances.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

Here's good news -indeed if your eyes are troubling you! Gihl) & Beeman's Travelling Consulting Uooin is coining your way and you have lhi6 splendid opportunity of having your eyes tested by skilled refract ioiiists using the finest. of modern equipment. Glasses will only be recommended if you really need them. !^^« YOUR WAY... Gibb and Beeman's famous eye service giIb «T heemrm Next visit oi Travelling Consulting Room: BOOROWA: Royal Standard Hotel; MONDAY, 19th FEB. Appointments may be made with Mr. J. Tlioniae, Chemist. YOUNG: Royal Hotel, TUESDAY, 20th FEB., WEDNESDAY, 21st FEB. Appointments may be made with Mr. W.. F. Gilbert, Newsagent. HARDEN: Carrington Hotel, THURSDAY, 22nd FEBRUARY. Appointments may be made with D. J. McNamara, Chemist* Harden . A. J. BEBMAN, A. S. SKELLETT, Optometists.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

R. L. PHRDY MONUMENTAL MASON Wombat Road, Young. Gladstone said . . . 'Show me the 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.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

The Most Dust-proof Car On The Road The Amazing New Peugeot Sedan ^ THEYRE SMART A^MH^^^^S^^^^^ * ' * THEY'RE ECONOMICAL ^^tf^Hj^B^^^^^^S^^^^HHjjjJHJ^k now. gEgkg|i|l^^H^^^^^^^^^^HEL BUILT FOR AUSTRALIAN ' ^^^H|^^^^^H|j^^^^^^^^^^ ' ^ ROADS AND CONDITIONS. ^^^^^^l^^^^l^^^^^ ' YOU HAVE TO DRIVE IT TO BELIEVE ITS PERFORMANCE! AGENT FOE': . * Dodge and Peugeot Care, Trucks and ¥ British Dodge Trucks. Utilities. - # Lister Shearing /Machinery, Etc. * 'Land Rover. * -Caltex Depot for Kerosene, Petrol and * Jcemaster . Kelvinator Refrigeratory * Castro I Oil Depot. * Dangar Gedye and Mallock Ltd. Oil.. L. G. LAWRENCE Phone 165. MARSDEN STREET, BOOROWA. Phone 166.

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EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake, the screen 's top thrill . teanf, continue their exciting movi^ romance in Paramount s new mvstervr adventure. 'SAIGON,' due to be shown at the Empire Theatre this Saturday. The film also features Douglas Dick, Wally Cassell and Luther Adler. The dynamic duo's latest co starring venture finds them in the Far East, embroiled in the nfiarous operations of a sin ister smuggler. Ladd. plays an ex-A.A.F. flier in this picture, and Miss Lake is cast as a tan talizing ''mystery won\an.v The supporting attraction will be the story 'of fate that drop pei a fortune in a young man's lap and turned his life into a nightmare of terror. It*s M.G. M.-s '-SIDE STKEET,' a really greac drama, featuring Farley Gi anger and Cathy O Donnell, with Jaiues Craig and Paul Kelly. NEXT WEDNESDAY'S FEATURES One of the most widely read am! best-loved novels in recent years, 'SCUDDA HO! SCUDDA HAY,' screened in technicolour and starring June Haver, Lou MdCal...

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