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P. & C. FUNDS NEARLY ABSORBED Series Of Euchre Parties To Be Held At Central School [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

P. & C. FUNDS NEARLY ABS8RM) Series Of Eu(4re Parties To Be Held At Cental School The recent purchase of. a Gestetner duplicator, in ad 1 dition to a number of minor expenses, have so depleted the funds of the Central School P. and C. Association that raising onore was con sidered a matter of urgency at the meeting of the As sociation held in the Lib rary Room at the School on Tuesday night last. The general opinion was that a series of card parties would be the easiest method at present; but some discussion took place ? as to whether euchre or crib would have more appeal to the public. Since the supporters of both games were about equal in num bers, it was decided to try tour naments in both games, and to allow the public themselves to indicate their choice. A series of monthly euchre tournaments are to be held at the School, commencing on ' Tuesday, 19th June. There are to bp prizes oh each night of play, and a prize at the end for ? the highest total scored over the serie...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

; Jowett Jupiter : Jowett JUPITER : . comes to Australia... \ 1 ? ' ? i ! I This is the car that astonished the world., It ; 1 broke a record which stood for 15 years at ; I . ? Le Mans, and now two Jowett Jupitere and ! || one Jowett Javelin won the team prize in the j II 1951 Monte «ario Rally— a gruelling 2000 j II mile test 362 cars started, but fewer than - /|rv half finished! , j ' / /W\ \ Jowett Jupiters came 1st and 2nd and Jowett j ; ( ( \f ) j Javelin 4th in the 1£ litre class. { v rT$s Jowett Cars were the only British manufacturers ! ! 7* — to win a Team Prize. . ; See the JUPITER || on display . j BOOROWA | jj FRIDAY, 22nd JUNE, 1951 j! S. D. BWBIN AND COMPANY !:. ; t I MARS DEN STREET, BOOROWA. ; \ .^iXii. I YOUR LOCAL JOWETT AGENT. | : Jowfett, Javelin Bradford 10 cwl. Commercials ; *' j: : J^^^^g. m^^BQ ? _ ^^^^m . ..,? : * IMMEDIATE DELIVERY OF JOWETT PRODUCTS IN ENGLAND sJg I ORDERS ACCEPTED NOW /0g.

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SETTLEMENT CONVERSION. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

SETTLEMENT 'CONVERSION Mr. Renshaw, Minister for Lands, to-day reminded people who want to convert settlement purchases on which title commenced be fore December 15, 1937, and soldiers' group purch ases, to leases in perpetuity, tfiat the time for applying would soon expire. He said the law provided that applications should be lodged 'before' July 1. 1951. 'As July 1 is a Sunday, and applications can only be lodged in office hours, they must reach the Crown Land Agent for the district where the holding is situated by Friday, June 29, 1951, to be effective.' . People applying should be sure to lodge their applications with the right Crown Land Agent and to lodge them early, Mr. Renshaw added. Late applications would not be valid and could only be re fused, he said.

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

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

PRESBYTERIAN Sunday, June 24. Boorowa, 3 p.m. Rev. M. MacDonald, M.A. Minister. 'BOOROWA NEWS' . FRIDAY, 15th JUNE, 195L

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

HAIR STYLIST PATRICIA SHEPHERD COURT STREET, BOOROWA. FOR ALL TYPES OF PERMANENT WAVING AND LATEST HAIR STYLES. Phone 18. RYAN'S BAKERY Cordial Manufacturer, Baker And Pastrycook SMALLGOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. WEDDING CAKES. Wedding and Picnic Parties Supplied. BREAD DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. Phone 35 BOOROWA Phone 35 0. J. STUART Builder, Contractor And Undertaker BRIAL STREET, BOOROWA. Artificial Wreaths Always On Hand. Representative for: FREDERICK ARNOLD, Monumental Masons, Redfern, Sydney. Telephone 22. R L PURDY 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. ' LOCAL AGENTS: G. GREIG & P. J. SLATTERY.

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SALVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

SALVATION ARMY Sunday, June 17: Rye Park 7.15 p.m. Salvation Meeting to be conducted by Officer* P. Stephens, Lieutenant.

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OTHER TOWNS FOLLOWING COWRA'S LEAD Grenfell, Boorowa, Canowindra Want Own Aerodromes [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

OTffiR TOWNS , FOLLOWING COWRA'S LEAD Grenfell, Boorowa, Canowhidra Want Own Aerodromes Cowra's aerodrome has ' proved so successful that surrounding centres, Gren fell, Canowindra- and Boor owa. which . are at present connected . to the '.-. Cowra - Sydney airline by daily coach service, are endeav ouring to establish their own airfields, says Cowra Guar dian. Last Friday, representatives of Grenfell Municipal Council and Weddin .Shire Council met at Grenfell to discuss means of obtaining an aerodrome for their district. ? ? All members were unanimous in their opinion that an ^aero drome was a necessity. The Mayor, Aid. Livingstone, who ? chaired the conference, pointed out that the Cowra aerodrome had cost £17,000. This 'drome was doing a fine job for the town, he said. Aid.' McCarthy pointed out that Grenfell was at the dead end of a railway line which pro vided a poor servide between Grenfell and Sydney. The train journey to Syd ney was a horrible night mare of 13 hours, whereas...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Trucks For Super. Company Claims Railway Short In Programme [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

Trucks For Super. Company Claims Railway Short In Programme ? -,.??;?? 9 ? ' . — IN AN AftTICLE PUBLISHED IN THESE COLUMNS LAST WEEK THE MINISTER FOR TRANSPORT (MR. W.' F..SHEAHAN) STATED THAT HE HAD READ IN A LETTER RECEIVED BY ONE OF HIS CONSTITUENTS THAT A FERTILISER COMPANY HAD BLAMED THE RAILWAYS FOR THE L,ACK OF TRUCKS FOR THE FAILURE TO SUPPLY SUPERPHOSPHATE. Mr. Sheahan claimed this statement to be untrue. . He said that from the Monday following the Federal elections Australian Fertilisers Ltd. had been supplied with 247 railway trucks, of which they used only 169. The Minister objected to what he termed 'Grossly Unfair Criticism.' Now the sales manager of Australian Fertilisers Ltd., Mr. J. R.- Harland, has written the 'News' a letter in rebuttal of the abovementioned article. 'My attention has been drawn to an article appearing in a re cent issue, quoting a statement attributed to the Minister for Transport on the subject of de livery of superphosphate by rail, and which ...

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WORKSHOPS OCCUPY SQUARE MILE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

WORKSHOPS OCCUPY SQUARE MILE 'Most striking evidence of progress at Cooma, is the' im mense stores and workshops area, which covers approximate ly a quare mile. Systematically stacked are hundreds of tons of building material and equip ment — pipes, timber, iron (much of it imported or second-hand), baths, sinks and other fittings, as well as trucks, mobile cranes, bulldozers and all manner of earth moving equipment. 'In a huge factory 300 it. long by 100ft. wide, the first pilot model of a prefabricated house is just being completed. At one end of the building tim ber is fed it, tradesmen cut it to length, etc., and the erection of the house commences. Addi tions are made as it progress es~on wheels through the fac tory, and at the far end two half -houses. complete, .with built-in cupboards, bath, . stove, plumbing and all, are ready to be towed away. In three days the houses are in position on their sites arid occupied. The rate of production is expected to reach one prefabricate...

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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Sunday, June 17: Rye Park 9 a.m., St. John's 11 a.m.. Frog moire 3 p.m,, St. John's 7.30 p.m. A. A. Smith. B.A., Rector,

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TALKIE TREATS AT THE EMPIRE THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

TALKIE TREATS AT THE EMPIRE THEATRE An action-packed Western, Twentieth Century-Fox's re lease of the Alson production, 'DAKOTA LIL,' photographed in Cinecolor, is coming to. the Empire Theatre this Saturday. George' Montgomery, as a Sec ret Service Agent; Marie Wind sor in the title role of dance hall queen; and. Rod Cameron, who portrays a vicious outlaw chief tain aiways looking for trouble and often getting it, co-stars in this Edward L. Alperson pre sentation written by Maurice Geraghty and directed by Les lev Seland. ''DAKOTA LIL' is a saga of a colorful era in Western an nals. It deals with the lawless elements of the Wyoming bad lands and with the role played by the United State's Secret Ser vice in conquering the area for the side of law and order and making it a fit place in which to live. The story was written out of. authentic material and the Geraghty screen play is thus virtually a historical, document about the territory during the transitional period when the law was...

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

1 B. & R. BURGESS 11 * F.LO. OPTOMETRISTS 67 Castlereagh Street, Sydney/ Vint BOOROWA Regularly. NEXT VISIT: ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL SATURDAY, 4tH AUGUST, 9 a.-m. to § p.ta.

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONVENTION FOR LISMORE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONVENTION FOR LiSMORE - ? A Public Convention to discuss Local Government is to be held at Lismore on 27th and 28th June. The Convention is being organis ed by the Local Government and Shires Associations of N.S.W. The Secretary of the Associa tions, Mr. A. Mainerd, said to day that the purpose of the Convention was to critically exr amine the capacity of Local Gov ernment to meet the needs of modern communities. Much at tention, he said, would be paid to the structure of Local Gov ernment, with a view to extend ing and strengthening the sys tem to enable it to play a great er part in the development of the State. 'A major need in New South Wales to-day,' said Mr. Main erd, 'is to find a practical means of implementing, decentralisa tion. The logical thing is to make more use of Local Govern ing bodies but at present they are sadly restricted in their power to influence planning in the economic and commercial fields.' Mr. Mainerd said that the Convention was freely...

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

METHODIST CHURCH Sunday. June 24: Godfrey's Creek 11 ajn., Rye Park 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m., Rev. C. H. Buttsworth. Sunday, June 17: Frogmore 11 a.m.. Rye Park 3 p.m., Boor owa 7.30 pjn., Rev. Charles Buttsworth. Tuesday, June 19: Reid's Flat 8 p.m., Rev. C. H. Buttsworth. Rev. C. H. Buttsworth, Minister.

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

TABLE RADIOGRAM ever made - with all the finer acoustic properties that only a cabinet of fine-seasoned timber can give In this very fine instrument — the'D33A — we use the newest type of elliptical speaker in conjunction with an improved audio amplifier and the latest record playing equipment featuring the light-weight high fidelity pick-up. Result? True-to-life reproduction in a remarkably com- * pact instrument. So here is your new 'world-range' radio and with it the full enjoyment of recorded music of your own choice. 'BIS MASTER'S VOMCE' Hear all the latest 'HIS MASTER'S VOICE' V- Local Agent ? Il^ff^il . E. A. DOWSE, li^BlllI Marsden Street, [»'' M*ST'-s^H|| BOOROWA. ~ «, ^ -J *Mt Jta&HatA ^ &iaty STRYCHNINE 1 IbEULLE'S POWDEE In 1 oz. and 2 oz. Bottles — Obtainable From JAKE THOMAS PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, P.O. Box 20. BOOROWA Telephone 175. ?? ? ? ? ? - . ? ? — ? ? — .-? .M I E. W. SAMS 1 LICENSED DEALER IN HIDES, SKINS AND WOOL BRIAE STREET (Phone 121) BOOROW...

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CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday. June 17: Boorowa 8 aan. and 10 a.m., Hovell's Creek 8 a.m., Reid's Flat 10 a.m., Mur ringo 8 a.m. Fr. E. E. Sheehan, P.P.

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THE RABBIT IS THE LITTLE MAN'S FRIEND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

THE RAW IS THE LITTLE MAN'S FRIEND We read and hear so much about the destruction wrought by bunny, and the . manner in which he so shamelessly robs farmers and graziers, that it comes as something of a surprise to us to nnd that there is another side to the picture — a side wherein Brer Rab bii is painted as the bene factor of the working man, an industrious little fellow ?who ft^iplies rapidly in order that he may assist in ? balancingthe family budget. These two pictures appear to conflict so violently that one of them are wrong, yet . there ?are -figures to show that the working man is profiting from the rabbit's, prevalence. Here ' in Boorowa alone 3000 pairs of carcases are handled each week by the Lachlan Pty. Ltd. Freezing . Works, entailing a turn over of about £500 per week, ' most of which goes into the pockets of the people most in need of this extra money. '' Attother branch of the same firmj at Cowra, is handling 3000 pairs of carcases per day, and an Ikh Boorowa and C...

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IMPROVEMENTS AT LOCAL POST OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

IMPROVEMENTS AT LOCAL POST OFFICE In this week's doings at the Boorowa Post Office are a number of items which indicates that the P.M.G. npnnrtmpnt is strivins to ensure that Boorowa people will receive the best pos sible comfort and service. First there is the report that linoleum has been laid through out both the official and public portion of the office. This should prove to be of value both in giving the office a neat appear ance and in reducing* the dust menace. Next there is the very cheer ing news that a third switch board is being manufactured arid should soon be installed. This will mean the employment of three switchboard girls at the one time, with one girl free '.to' concentrate the whole of her attention upon trunk line calls only, instead of girls being re quired to handle both local and trunk calls as at present. This improvement is due at any day, and is indicative of the great1 ly increased traffic through the Boorowa Exchange. Members of the telephone using public...

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TREASURER'S WORK APPRECIATED BY P. & C. MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

TREASURER'S WORK APPRECIATED BY P. &C. MEMBERS ; Mr. fe. L. Lindsay, who : has been- hon. treasurer to the Boorowa Parents and Citizens' Association for some considerable period, tendered his resignation to last Tuesday night's meet ing of the Association held at the Central School, due to his having been trans ferred to Casino. He was sorry, he said, to sev er his connections with Boorowa. but circumstances were such that he had no alternative. In moving acceptance of the resignation, Mr. J. R. Whale proposed that, the Association's appreciation of Mr. Lindsay's services be recorded on the min utes. He would be very sorry to see Mr. Lindsay go, Mr. Whale said, for he had been a grand stalwart, an excellent committceman who will be sore ly missed by both the School and the town generally. . The Headmaster (Mr. W. Curtis) supported Mr. Whale's motion on behalf of the school arid expressed tegret at the loss of so willing and efficient sup porter of the school. Mr. J. M. Thoma...

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