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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

v METHODIST CHURCH Sunday. June 3: Frogmore 11 a.m., Rye Park 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m.. Rev. C. Buttsworth. Sunday, June 10: Godfrey's Creek 11 a.m., Frogmore 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m.. Rev. Charl Buttsworth; Rye Park 3 p.m., Mr. C. Southwell. Rev. C. H. Buttsworth, Minister.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

CUTS WORKING COSTS IDRD5ON n-^4vl ? mnUUmm J ^^M^* DISC «*'«w'« . Fordsou Major has the power to haul the larger sized iltrPw^l'g'gjEgy*^ ploughs and other cultivating implements through 'tough JgSMB^^^B^jffifety spots' and get the work done on time. '^*^^^^ . - --? - 1 . SOWING Fordson Major is reducing field operations for many t formers, thereby saving labour and substantially cutting 8f^3*. 4**L«i working costs. With a maximum 29 h.p. at drawbar, n - * '?M^K^Sfilff SZ.5 h.p. on belt pulley, and a conveniently located power ' ~*f-'y '?''?' \-TWfiS*Sr& take off, Fordson Major provides unlimited opportunities HARVESTING ''* for power application at every season of the year. Full particulars and illustrated literature are available ^tlt^J^kfflfcssBP from your Fordsoji Dealer. .... s^Xv&ffiSff&l^iSmF A. J, ALIAiVll^ V HAY BALING / FORTT SERVICE STATION \ / \ MARSDEN ST - JJOOROWA ~ 'PH°NE 78. ^- ? ^ \ BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. BIB. 0. HATTI wishes to notify the P...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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SHIRE SHORTS FROM LAST MONDAY'S COUNCIL MEETING GRAVEL CARTAGE CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

1^^P|v;s:«o;r;ts/;[ [?] GRAVEL CApaUlGJE -m&a$®m:- «Sat the Eng ineer.interview Mr.-G. T. Merri man and ascertain ' reasons for his failure to fulfil gravel con tract, and that action regarding the contract be deferred until next meeting. LIGHTING FIRES DURING PROHIBITED' PERIOD. After consideration of a re port submitted by Rye Park Bush Fire Brigade regarding unauthorised burning off during prohibited period, by Mr. W. Southwell, of Rye Park, it was decided to severely caution the offender and that proceedings will follow any repetition of the offence. FROGMORE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION'S REQUESTS. Arising from requests of Frogmore Progress Assn., it was decided that the 'Wyangala' sign, for road junction at Jer ringomar, and signs for ap proaches ' to Frogmore village be provided. ELECTRICITY EXTENSIONS. TO WOOLSHEDS. After consideration of report from Consulting Electrical Eng ineers, it was decided to endorse the action of the Shire Clerk in arranging with affected land hold...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

J. B. & It BURGESS P.LO. OPTOMETRISTS 67 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, Visit BOOROWA Regularly, NEXT VISIT: ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL SATURDAY, 4tfi AUGUST, 9 a.tn. to 5 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

FOR SALE QUIET SADDLE HORSE, agej 9 years; good Station Hack'. Apply K. CROKER, . Frogs more. . ' J||5, '

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CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday. June 3: Boorowa 8 a.m. and 10 a,m., Rye Park S a.m., Kangiara 10 a.m., Murrin go 8 a.m. Sunday, June 10: Boorowa 8 a.m. and 10 a.m., ? Frog-more 8 a,m., Rugby 10 a,m., Murringo 10 a.m. Fr. E. E. Sheehan, P.P.

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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

'' CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Sunday.- June 3: St. John's 8 a.m., Rye Park 11 a.m., Rugby 3 p.m., St. John's 7.30 p.m. Sunday, June 10: St. John's, 8 a.m., Murringo 11 a.m., Tang niangaroo 3 p.m., St. John's 7.30 p.m. A. A. Smith, B.A., Rector.

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Tragic Death of Young Boorowa Electrical Mechanic Fell From Electric Light Pole While Renewing Fuse [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

Tragic Death of Ydung Boorowa Electrical Mechanic Fell From Electric Light Pol| While Renewing Fuse Residents of Boorowa and district were deeply grieved, and shocked, to learn of the dreadful fatality which oc curred |n Farm Street at about 3.30 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon last, when Mr. Jack Newling, assistant electrician employed by Boorowa Shire Council, was' fatally injured in 4 fall wftich occurred while he was working on an electric light pofe at the corner of Farm and Brial Streets. So far as we have been able to gather, it would appear Mr. Newling mounted a ladder to remove a fuse and replace it with al stronger one, because an engine recently installed at the Boorowa Brick Works is placing a bigger load upon that particular line. His workmate, Mr. Athol Pritchard, who was working with him at the time, im mediately summoned Dr. I. L. Keif ana Boorowa Ambu lance, who; were quickly on the scene, fjut the unfortun ate young pan died shortly after the doctor's arrival. The caus...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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COUNTRY KILLING WORKS: GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

COUNTRY KILLING WORKS: GOULBURN. On 7th May last the Goulburn Country Killing Works com menced killing for -the local trade. In a few weeks' time additional killing for metropol itan and export requirements vill be undertaken. The slaugh tering of stock close to- the .point of .producftjon is Jfeom|nte s^naardHseif1 practice4 ffirouglP out 'the world and permits of an efficient inspection of meat and enables producers to inspect' their stock 'on the hook'' and see the result? of their breeding, feeding and general manage ment.

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HIGHER SCHOOL BUS SUBSIDY Maximum of 2/6d A Mile [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

HIGHER SCHOOL __BUS SUBSIDY Maximum of 2/6d A Mile GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES FOR SCHOOL BUS TRANSPORT SERVICES HAVE BEEN INCREASED, RE TROSPECTIVE TO THE BEGINNING OF THE YEAR. That was ariounced to-day by i the State Member (Mr. Fred J. Cahill, M.L.A.). Mr. Cahill said he had been advised by the Minister for Edu cation (Mr. Heffron) that subject to a maximum rate of 2/6 a miles, the rates paid by the De partment at December 31, 1950, would be increased by 25 per cent, for the first term of 1951, and by a further 81 per -Jent. from May 16, 1951. 'The rate payable from May 16, '1951,' the Minister said, 'will for, the base rate for that service to be adjusted on a 'rise and fall' basis on February 1, May and August each year. ' Mr, Cahill said the Minister explained that so far as new special school services were concerned, the Department was anxious they, should be coordin ated with existing services to assure efficient and economical working. To that e'hd the Department of Road Transpor...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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GOLF ASSOCIATES SECRET FIVE HOLES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

GOLF ASSOCIATES SECRET FIVE HOLES Due to a meeting on Wed nesday, only nine holes were played. The competition took the form of Five Sec ret holes. Mrs. Flannery was -the winner and Mrs. Bobbin runner-up. Next Wednesday the Second Round of the Medal Competi tion will be held and the draw is as follows: — E. Flannery v. V. Williams. W. Clements v. S. Thomas. K. Costello v. D. Bobbin. T. Sullivan v. J. O'Donnell. M. Young v. G. Dwyer. H. Rolfe v. M. Donaldson. A. Edwards v. E. Thompson. B. Thomson v. B. Lindsay. J. Wright v. M. Liggins. , C. Perks v. D. McCabe. E. Dowling v. R. Denning. P. Keif v. M. Corcoran. M. Berry v. I. O'Hara. A . Blair v. P. McCormack. D. Becker' v. M. Emery. E. Hancock v, J. Bonner. N. O'Neill v. J. Gay. Anyone not able to play in this event, please ring the SEC RETARY (Phone 268).

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GESTETNER RONEO DUPLICATOR For Boorowa Central School [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

$PPR RONEO HpCATOR {for Boorowa Central n School Mr. J. M. Thomas presid ed at a special meeting of the Boorowa P. and C. As sociation, held in the Lib rary Room on Thursday night of last week, for the purpose of 'witnessing a demonstration of Gestetner Roneo .duplicators by the representative from Albury, . ? Two, machines were demon strated, a second-hand one and a new model, and both were giv en a very thorough testing with a wide variety of stencilled ma terial. Both machines turned out satisfactory work, but the difference in price between the two machines was not sufficient to make the second-hand one at tractive, so the meeting concur red with Mr. C. H. Weeden's suggestion that the purchasing of the new machine looked much the better proposition. AH members were unanimous in the decision that the machine would be a decided acquisition to the school, but the price ap peared tb present a very severe obstacle. However, the firm's representative was able to offer such reasonable ...

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GOLF NEWS ON THE LINES. "E W. SAMS" TROPHY TO HORRIE MAC. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

GOLF NEWS ON THE LINKS. 'E. W SAMS' TROPHY TO HORRIE MAC. On Sunday last the 'Ted Sams' Trophy was competed for on the local links and, despite bad weather condi tions, a good number rolled out to tussle with the windy and wet conditions. Horrie McDonald was success ful in winning the trophy with 34 Stableford points. Congratu lations to 'Mac' on his fine win. The minor placegetters were Jim Whale with 32 points, and Austin Bobbin with 31 points. On Saturday last a Stroke Handicap was staged and this resulted in Allan Young winning the 'A ' Grade with a nett six under Par and 'Mac' Brown the 'B' Grade with a nett 65. Results of theJE. W. Sams Trophy were: Points H. L. McDonald ? 34 J. R. Whale ? 32 A. A. Bobbin ? 31 R. Ryan '. ? 30 B. C. Tierney ? 30 R. C. Sullivan ? 29 T. McGrath ........ 2? M. J. O'Hara ? 27 J. P. McGrath ? 27 A. F. Wood .. .... 26 R. E. Lindsay ? 26 Dr: I. L. Keif ? .26 H. O'Hehir .. . . ?*. .,, 25 H. Thompson ';vi$| :-*££ '25 E.W.Sams .. .. '!„ 25 ? H. Dowling ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

Galvanised Corrugated Iron 26 Gauge; 6ft. to 8ft. Lengths. Delivery Mid-June. Colonial Overseas Company Scot Chambers, HOSKING PLACE, SYDNEY. Phone BW 8540. G.P.O. Box 2833 '. GRAND FOOTBALLERS' BALL RUGBY HALL Friday, 15th June Proceeds to Aid Injured Players' Fund. 'ACME' ORCHESTRA. F. J. HAFEY, Secretary. FOR ALL your Printing: Letter heads, Receipt Books, Docket Books, Account Forms, Labels, Programmes, Tickets, etc., let us quote you. Boorowa News Printery! Phone 20. RABBITS 2/6 PAIR ?'?' ? ? King F. COOK Young Telephone YOUNG 687

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS! THE COST OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS IS 1/6 FOR TWO LINES (MinimunT)]! and 9d FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/. EXTRA. Approx. 4-5 Words per Line, j] FOR SALE SILENT KNIGHT REFRIGER ATOR Kerosene, perfect or der. Price £50. Aply 'News' Office. SUB CLOVER SEED, in any quantity at BUSHBY'S. Get some for that late sowing while stocks last. SEED WHEAT, Graded and Dusted. Apply 'NEWS' Of fice. BUSHBY'S have full stocks of Sisalkraft and Malthoid Roof ing. Gall and see them if re quiring same. CHILDREN'S Satin-finish RAIN COATS, with Hood to match. MOSES' have a full range. of sizes. HELP defeat the cold of wint er, by purchasing a new Mat tress from BUSHBY'S. who have full stocks of all sizes and qualities. 1949 Triumph MOTOR CYCLE, 4 h.p. Perfect condition, al most new. For further par ticulars, apply L. G. Lawrence, Motor Garage, Boorowa. 54-in. Winter DRESS MATER IALS. New stocks available at MOSES' Store. WHATEVER you may require in the line of Har...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

PRINTING ORDERS Owing to the frequent interruption in electricity! which have completely dislo cated our printing schedule, business houses and all local, organisations are ad vised that whilst orders for printing will be accepted, DELIVERY WILL NOT BE GUARANTEED. AUCTION SALE OF BOOROWA PROPERTY FRIDAY, 22nd JUNE, 1951 PITT, SON & BADGERY (Branches) PTY. LTD., W. M. DWYER and CO., and S. D. BOBBIN & CO., acting under instructions from The Executors in the Will of Elizabeth Whelan (deceased), will submit to Public Auction all that piece of country known as 'MOUNT VIEW,' containing 446 acres. ALSO; Account MICHAEL JOSEPH WHELAN, 91 ACRES, being part Portions 233 and 243, joining 'MOUNT VIEW and attached thereto. These two pieces of country will be offered as ONE Farm . Full particulars later issue, or from the Selling Agents: PITT, SON & BADGERY (Branches) PTY. LTD., Boorowa. W. M. DWYER & COMPANY, Boorowa. S D. BOBBIN & COMPANY, Boorowa. (Agen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

Government Notices War Service Land , Settlement 'MERRIGINNIE' ESTATE; Land District of Deniliquin. ATTENTION is invited to a notification in the Government Gazette of 25th May, 1951, sett ing apart seven (7) blocks on 'Merriginnie ' Estate, near Wa kool, about 35 miles westerly from Deniliquin, available ex clusively to Members and Ex-. Members of the Forces. The blocks, which range from 750 acres to 1050 acres at an nual rentals from about £107 to £122 are designed for dairy farming under irrigation. They will be available from 4th June, 1951, to 6th July, 1951 within which period application's must be lodged with the Crown Land Agent at Deniliquin. Lithographs and Gazette slips giving full particulars, and ap plication forms will be available free of charge from any District Surveyor or Crown Land Agent, or from the Department of Lands, Sydney. A. R. JONES, Under Secretary.

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RUGBY LEAGUE FLASHES BRUCE POWDERLEY TO PLAY AGAINST FRANCE AT ALBURY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

            RUGBY LEAGUE FLASHES     BRUCE POWDERLEY TO PLAY AGAINST FRANCE AT ALBURY Boorowa 's captain and centre three-quarter, Bruce Powderley, has been select- ed to play for Riverina (Southern Districts) against the touring French Rugby League team at Albury next Wednesday. Alan Glover, second row   forward, of Boorowa, has been selected as a reserve. The Riverina team selected is:—   Full-back, L. Koch (Gunda- gai); wingers, J. Biscaya (Gun- dagai), J. Kingsmill (Albury); centres, B. Powderley (Boor- owa), N. Bruce (Junee); five- eighth ,R. McDonnell (Coota- mundra); half, J. Scott (Young) lock, P. O'Connor (Harden); second row, R. Green (Cowra), D. Piper (Young); front row, N. Hand (Gundagai), J. Cope- land (Albury), D. Milton (Tem- ora). Nev. Hand is the captain, and Rowley McDonnell vice-captain. J. Harvey, of Young, is the reserve back and A. G...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

RETURN THANKS THE FAMILY of the late Mrs. E. Shepherd wish to express their sincere thanks to all kind friends and relatives for expres sions of sympathy, letters, cards and floral tributes. Will all please accept this as our per- sonal thanks. IN MEMORIAM CARMODY.—In loving memory   of Fay, who passed away 4th June, 1950; aged 18 years. With tears I watched you sink ing, I watched you fade away, I tended you with every care But could not make you stay; I watched by your bedside, : As the lonely minutes passed, My heart was crushed and brok- en As you peacefully breathed your last; God gave me strength to bear it Courage to fight the blow, But what it meant to lose you, darling, No one will ever know.   Sadly missed by her loving mother and Pop. CARMODY.—In loving memory     of Fay, who passed away 4th June, 1950; aged 18 years. Many a star is shining On a grave not far away,   Where they laid my darling sis- &...

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ALCORN—SOUTHWELL WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 1 June 1951

ALCORN—SOUTHWELL WEDDING The wedding was solemn- ised last Saturday, the 26th May, at the Methodist Church. Rye Park, of Eileen Mavis, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. South- well, 'Fairview,' Rye Park, to Gordon, eldest son of   Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alcorn, of Butti, East Maitland.   The church was tastefully dec- orated by Mesdames C. A. Gor- ham and J. J. Denning. Rev. C. H. Buttsworth, of Boorowa, performed the ceremony and Mr. Douglas Pearsall was or- ganist. The bride, who was given away by her father, was charm- ing in a white satin frock feat- uring a lace yoke and lace in- lets in the very full skirt with long train, a Peter Pan collar   and long pointed sleeves. Her tulle veil was held in position by a coronet of orange blossoms which covered the face on enter- ing the church. She wore a rope of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. The bride's young sister Del- ia, was chief bridesmaid, and a very attractive one, in pale pink ninon ...

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