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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THE COST OF CLA88IFIED ADVERTISEMENTS IS 1/6 FOR TWO LINE8 {Minimum) and 9d FOR EACH ADDITIONAL. LINE. BOOKED 1/. EXTRA. Approx. 4-5 Words per Lint.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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S.A. COMMISSIONER TO VISIT RYE PARK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

S.A. COMMISSIONER TO VISIT RYE PA«K Commissioner J. James, who is in charge of the work of the Salvation Army in . New South Wales and Queensland, will pay a special visit to Rye Park on Sunday, 10th June, when a meet ing will be held at 7.15 p.m. The ' Commissioner will be supported by S/Major J. Hutchison, of Goulfourn, who has recently been appointed in charge of the work of The Army in .the Gbulburn Riverina District, The Commissioner is well versed in every aspect of the , Army, and during the -war years, had supervision of , the distribu tion of relief parcels sent from Australia for the war-stricken area. ? .

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH REGIONAL LIBRARY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

REGIONAL LIBRARY 'From the ^experience of libraries already established it is considered that at least £1000 per annum would be required to maintain a first-class Public Library.' This was stated by the Soorowa Shire Council Rresident -Cr. A..€r.--xwrhttm) in a report to last meeting of the Coun cil on a conference held at Young for the purpose of dis cussing the proposed Regional Library to serve Boorowa. The President : (Cr. A. G. ' Gorham) said the New South Wales Library Board . readily admits that the, subsidy provid ed tinder the Act is totally in adequate and should be based on a £ for £ basijs up to the equivalent of 3/-vper head of population— from surveys made it would appear that the aggre gate of 6/- per head as suggest ed above is required to estab lish and maintain an ,up-to-date library. '?; 'It was quite evident to ?your Council's , delegates,' said Cr. Gorhaim 'that the establishment of a Library under the provisions of the Act would not *be possible on an economica...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

cms vbihihc arc fORDSON h«mSj««1' Fordson Major lias the power to haul the larger sized 'SESmiEp^LiSHSSir*11^ ploughs and other cultivating implements through 'tough sfa^jjMraPaSSluffi^' spots'* and get the work done on time. ' ? . ' SOWING Fordson Major is reducing field operations for many t farmers, thereby saving labour and substantially cutting €^Jfi$WwMijnr .working costs. With a maximum 29 h.p. at drawbar, cs»-s|^^!^JhBJHeWB^ 32.5 h.p. on belt pulley, and a conveniently located power ?'''?. ''?'',-' c I^J^SfTOpft*^ take off, Fordson Major provides unlimited opportunities HARVESTING for power application at every season of the year. Full particulars and illustrated literature are available jftfryfcffijjBBjljg^fo from your Fordson Dealer. ''TxSmt^fflwjrr^SSAl A. J. ADAMS V h7y baling J FOI® SERVICE STATION N. S 3^PF^ P „ »- BOORQWA , r '™»?_ 78; — ~^^ BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. MR, -J, HATTI wishes to notify the Public of Boorowa and District that he lias recommenced business in Bo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

Government Notices ATTENTION is invited to pro posed Public Purpose Exchange by Stanley Richard Forbes Cow ard, to surrender part of Free hold Portion 119, of about 29 acres. Parish of Newham, Coun ty of King, in exchange for an area of 60 acres, comprising Portion 159, being Reserve for Classification notified 29th Feb ruary, 1924, Parish of Newham, County of King, Land District and Shire of Boorowa, to be considered at the next meeting of the Local Land Board at Boorowa on a date to be fixed. Helios and notices are exhibited at the Land Board Office, Goul burn, Crown Land Agent's Of fice. Boorowa. and at the Post Office, Boorowa. . Objections in writing should be forwarded to the District Surveyor at Goulburn, not later than 20th July, 1951. ... .._ A. A. PEIRCE, District Surveyor, Goulburn. War Service Land Settlement 'BULLAGREEN'' ESTATE, Land District Coonamble. ATTENTION is invited to a notification in the Government Gazette of 1st June, 1951, sett ing apart twelve (12) blocks...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

Shire Of Boorowa ELECTRICAL INSTALLA TIONS DUE to acute -Electrical Staff shortage the Council regrets to notify curtailment of Installa . tion services. Absolute priority will, until further notice, be . ?.- Riven to maintenance of the Electricity Supply Service arid urgent repairs to Consumers' existing installations and appli ances and installation will only be undertaken if .time permits after essential maintenance re? quirements have been met. C. W. KENNY, ?'??'. Shire Clerk. Boorowa,. 6th June, 1951.

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MYXOMATOSIS SUSPECTED AMONGST RABBITS ON FROGMORE PROPERTY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

MYXOMATOSIS SUSPECTED AMONGST RABBITS ON FROGMORE PROPERTY Early in the week about half-a-dozen or so rabbits showing peculiar effects were noted on the Boorowa River on and near the river paddock of Mr. Clive Bould ing at Frogmore. After several were caught and examined it seemed fairly cer tain that the rabbits were suf fering from myxomatosis. The rabbits were lethurgic, 'dopey,' partially or totally blind, with discharging eyes and generally portraying all the symptoms of the disease. It is believed that the dis ease has probably spread from the property of Mr. Welsh, some miles down the river. Mr. Welsh, it is re ported, introduced myxo imatosis to his property some months ago. Local graziers and farmers, especially near the river, will be very pleased indeed if the disease does spread through rab bits in the district, although little, telling result could be ex pected until Spring or Summer, when mosquitoes would trans mit the disease. .

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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L.C.A. ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

L.C.A. ANNUAL MEETING The- annual meeting of the Methodist Ladies' Church Aid was held on Saturday last. The secretary and treasurer reported a very satisfactory year, quite a number of items being pur chased for the church, including a new carpet runner for the aisle; also donations to the usu al church appeals. During the last quarter our new President (Mrs. Butts worth) was welcomed into our midst,1* and we hope her stay among us will be a happy one. The year closed with- a very gratifying bant balance, and the ladies are to be congratulat ed. Will all members and intend ing members bear in mind the next meeting will be 28th July.. Business: To make arrange ments for the anual Birth day Party being, held on Sept. 1st. ? . ?? .

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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RYE PARK NEWS KENNY'S CREEK P. & C. EFFORT A MARVELLOUS SUCCESS: PROFIT £37. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

I RYE PARK | { NEWS I KENNY'S CREEK P. & C. EFFORT A MARVELLOUS SUCCESS: PROFIT £37. Needing funds to purchase a wireless set for the school, the Kenny's Creek Parents and Citi zens' Association held a street stall on Saturday afternoon at Rye Park. Many and varied were the gifts oh the stall, including those hard-to-come-by necessities such as potatoes, eggs, butter, etc., and there, were willing buyers for everything. 'Hot dogs' were also on sale to tempt the 'cold weather ap petites' of the passers-by. These were a great innovation, and many were seen taking halfa dozen or so home for. tea. Eight een dozen, were sold during the afternoon and evening. At night a social was held in the Memorial Hall and a euchre party in the supper room of same. A large crowd attended and all appeared to enjoy the night. The social consisted of £ames for the children earlier in the night, and dancing for the adults continued until 12 o'clock., Music was provided by Mrs. 'Perks, Miss Quinn, ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHILDREN'S FROLIC [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

CHILDREN'S FROLIC In conjunction with the ten nis tournament ifche P. and C. arranged a Children's Frolic and Fancy Dress Ball in the even ing. Results were as follows: r-Ti-T ts Prettiest: Denise Taylor 1, Sandra Elvins 2. Best: Beverly Moorby 1, Robyn Moorby 2. Most Original: Ann Writer 1, Janet Howarth 2. Best Made Costume: Denise Taylor and Helen Writer. Special: Maxine Elvins and Mary Taylor. Best Pair: Lester Writer and Gloria: Fogg 1, Denise Taylor and Leonie Thompson 2. BOYS Best: Barry Writer 1, Eric Beer 2. Most Original: Richard Elv-] ins i, Darrell Taylor 2. Comical: Peter Taylor. 1. Ter ry Dickson 2. Best Pair: Ross Fogg and Laurie Taylor 1, Peter Taylor and Barry Writer 2. ? . -

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REID'S FLAT NEWS TENNIS TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

REID'S FLAT NEWS] _____ r TENNIS TOURNAMENT - The tennis tournament organ- ; ised by the P. and C. was a great success on Saturday. Many players from the district, contested the winning positions ', keenly. Winners were Mrs. Vic Writer in the ladies,' and Mr. Keith Newham in the men. Congratulations go to both.

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"GUNGEWALLA" CUP DAY 'Derby' Day For Boorowa Golfers [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

'GUNffiWMlA' CUP MY 'Derby' Day For Boorowa Golfers The forthcoming week end, with Monday the 11th a public holiday, is, for golfers, not only a long week-end, but also a very busy one. ?? _ On Saturday there is a Ktabie ford competition; on Sunday, elimination rounds of both the 'A ' and 'B' Grade Club Cham pionships are held; but Monday is the big day— the Golfers' Derby— when the 'Gungewalla' Cup for 1951 jwill be decided over 36 holes. F'or the humble long-markers with handicaps from 24 to 27, there is the Bagon Cup to be decided. There is a limit handi cap of 24 for the major trophy, and no player can win both. Hence, if a long-marker wins the Gungewalla, the Hagon reverts to the player in that division who runs second. With 36 holes to be play ed, and a large field (al ready 46 nominations have been received) it is neces sary that an early start be made. ? - Players are grouped in teams of threes, the first teams hitting off simultaneously at 8.30 a.m. from the first, fourth a...

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EDGAR CORCORAN FUND IN ADDITION TO THOSE PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

mummm IN ADDITJON TO THOSE PREVIOUSLY -ANNOUNCED SHEEP: Peter Nelson, Yass Road, 1; Keith Dwyer, Boorowa. 1; Walter- Thompson, 'Lyn- vale,' 1; Jack Donohoe, Boor owa, 1; J. L. Carmody, 'Mt. Bernard,' Rye Park, 1; W. L. Mason, 'Ajnorton.' Kenyu Rd.i 1; J. Farrell, 'Monavale,' Rye Park Road, 2; F. M. Cassells, 'Eurimbla,' Frogmore, 1; R. B. Roberts, 'Ascanius,' Frogmore, 1; Brian WUdmg. 'Badenville,' DUUiVWOi X,-- =T1*! * * ***v**.&v*v.. 'Bell-Vue,' Cowra Road, 1; Herbert C. Shingles, 'Raddiffe,' Kenyu Road,. 1; Thomas Mc Grath, 'NilgariiJ' Bootowa, 2; A., and G. Eldridge, 'Glenlea,' Boorowa, 1; Misses B. and E. Russell, 'Fairview,' Frogmore, 1; Reg Percival, 'Glenmore,' Rugby, 1; R. Ai^Armour, 'Haz- eldene,*' Rye Park, lj B. Russell, 'Fairview,' Rugby, lj Gee Bros., 'Rossi,' -3owr&a|fcoad, 3; 'Glen- alban,' Taylor's*Flat Road, 2; R. Clark, 'SaxOnV' Taylor's Flat Road, 1; T. R. Hazell, 'Straz- elle,' Jugiong Street, 1; R. H. Berry, 'Balala,' Frogmore Rd., 1; J. J. Drom...

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Boorowa R.S.L. To Hold Diggers Sports Day Later In Year [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

ttiiiiliSiie^fc^ BOOROWA R.S t. MEMBERS A31 THEIR i^iONTHLY , ilfliETING JIELD LAST JFRIDAY^NIGHT iDISCUJSSED THE QUESTION BROUGHT FOKWARD ^Yi*RiSglDENT (MR. HARVEY ARMOUR) TO CONDUCT AV DIGGERS' SPORTS DAY AT BOOROWA LATER IN THE-YEAR. The President (Mr. Harvey Armour) stated that the mat ter of holding a Diggers' Sports Day this year -had been men tioned on a number of occasions, but nothing concrete had been arrived at. If they really wished to hold such a day it vfovii be necessary for them to begin pre liminary negotiations immedi ately. In his opinion parties should be organised to attend similar sDorts meetings at var ious other district centre^ This would serve the dual purpose of allowing members to gain valuable experience, in organis ing our own day, and would also mean that other centres would return the visit and so ensure wide support for Boorowa. Mr. C. L. Starr: Yes. The matter should be discussed at this meeting. I understand that we hope to hold a Sports Day in Sep...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

IN MEMORIAM VENABLES.— In loving mem ory of our dear mother, who departed this life 6th June, 1943. Dearer to us than words can tell Was the mother we lost and loved so well;   We do not forget her, nor we never intend, We think of her dearly, and   will to the end. Inserted by her loving sons, daughters, sons-in-law, and daughter-in-law.   CONQUEST.— In loving memory of our darling daughter, Mar garet Ann, whom God called   Home on June 7th, 1948. She was only a sweet little snowdrop, A dear little angel from birth; So God took her Home to heav en Before she was soiled by this earth. Always remembered and sad- ly missed by Mummy, Daddy, Bob, John and Pam. SHARWOOD.— In loving mem ory of my dear husband, Wil liam, who passed away June 8th, 1950. Beyond the beautiful sunset, Free from sorrow and pain, When life's journey is over, We shall meet again. Inserted by his loving wife, Kathleen. SHARWOOD.— In loving mem- ory of my dear dad...

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SUDDEN PASSING OF EDGAR CORCORAN [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

SUDDEN PASSING OF EDGAR CORCORAN     Boorowa and district residents       were shocked early this morning when it was learned that Mr. Edgar Corcoran, who suffered     serious injury in a car collision some weeks ago, had passed away late on Thursday night at Boorowa District Hospital. Following remarkable pro- gress, he had been allowed to leave the institution. However,   it is believed a bump caused further haemorrhage, and he was re-admitted to hospital yester- day morning, when his condition rapidly deteriorated. Extreme sorrow is felt for his widow and two young children, who are left to mourn their loss. The funeral will take place at Boorowa to-morrow, at 11 a.m.

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Funeral Of Late Mr. John Newling [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 8 June 1951

Funeral Of Late Mr. John Newling The funeral of the late Mr. John Newling, who was killed at Boorowa on Wednesday of last week in the course of his dut- ies to Boorowa Shire Council, took place at Cowra last Friday morning and was largely at- tended. The late Mr. Newling is sur- vived by his sorrowing wife (formerly Miss JunePagett, of Cowra) and two young daugh- ters, Sonia and Sandra. Three brothers, Ron, Carl and William, all of Canowindra, and one sister, Dorothy (Mrs. Jack Price Sydney) also survive him. The casket was covered with floral tributes from the follow- ing: Loving Wife; Loving Daughters Sonia and Sandra; Mother, Wal and Brother Bill; Mum and Dad; Dorothy, Jack and family; Carl, Jean and fam- ily; Ron, Mary and family; Uncle Fred and Auntie Bess; Grandmother, Newling; Mar and family; Reuben; Myra, Maurice, Judith and Bryson; Norma, Ray and boys; Winnie, Victor, Cheryl and boys; President, Councillors and Staff, Boorowa Shire Coun- cil; Athol, Nita and June; Boor- owa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

FOR SALE UNBLEACHED SHEETS! A heavy quality Towel; will be obtainable at MOSES' STORE. HARNESS. They say that Bushby's, of Boorowa, carry full stocks of Spring Cart Harness, also Sulky Harness. For your leather wants, try Bushby's. Nuff sed! YOUTHS' TROUSERS! Long ' Flannel Trousers, in Fawn and Grey only; 25/11 at MOSES' STORE. STOVES. They say that Bush by's, of Boorowa, are agents for the well-known I.X.L. Stoves. These we guarantee to give every satisfaction. They have a large oven and are splendid cookers. Price £18/17/6— at BUSHBY'S. 12 h.p, KEROSENT ENGINE and SAW BENCH, in perfect condition. Apply 'NEWS' Office. 1934 MASTER CHEV. SEDAN, extra well shod, new Duco. For further particulars, and price, apply K. HORTON, Rugby. PILLOW SLIPS! White Pillow Slips, large size, will be ob tainable at MOSES' STORE. DRILLING MACHINES. These days be your own blacksmith. They say that Bushby's, of Bporowa. have a good strong drilling machine that you at tach to a post. These are strong and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

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. « Words per Line. R. L PURDY MONUMENTAL MASON YOUNG Wishes to notify the Public of Boorowa and District that he has secured the services of a first-class LETTER CUTTER and will now be able to attend to Letter-cutting or Additional Inscriptions at short notice.

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