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RYE PARK TALKIES PICTURES AT RYE PARK, IN AID OF EDGAR CORCORAN AND JOHN NEWLING FUNDS (SATURDAY, 23rd JUNE). [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

RYE PARK TALKIES PICTURES AT RYE PARK, IN AID OF EDGAR CORCORAN AND JOHN NEWLING FUNDS (SATCRDAY, 23rd JUNE). Power Farming Films. The Allis-Chalmers 16mm Library. Interesting and Educational films will be shown from the above-mentioned library. Two of the after-mentioned films have been selected for Saturday night, June 23rd. HAY. Colour; dealing with pasture improvement, rotbbal ers, side delivery rakes and forT age harvesters. AFTER THE STORM. Farm machinery development after World War II. ,THE WINNERS. New crops, new methods, and new farm machinery that helped to win World War II. RIGHT TOOLS FOR EVERY JOB. Development of individu al machines to suit specific work. Memorial Hall, Rye Park, June 23rd, at 7.30 p.m. rroceeas irom mis snow win go to the Edgar Corcoran and John Kewjing funds, in equal proportions, and the admission is 2/- and 1/-. So if you can't give a sheep, how about k rab bit or two! Projector Operator, H. Southwell. LEG FRACTURED. Whilst playing football at the ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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POLICE AND MOTORISTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

POLICE AND MOTORISTS The.N.R.M.A. stresses the im- . portance of maintaining amic able relations between motorists and the traffic police. General Secretary, Mr. H. E. Richards, said a few reports had been received of an overbearing attitude on the part of some members of the traffic force. He trusted the administration was watching that position very closely and taking corrective acr tion when necessary, and that it was also continuing to make the proper method of dealing with the public a very import ant part of the vtuition of re cruits. 'There is, however, a very dif ferent feeling between the mot oring public and the traffic police to that existing in the early days,' added Mr. Richards. 'It is vital that these amicable re lations should be maintained. Motorists must be kept imbued with the idea that the police are their guardians and friends, and that their efforts to enforce the law are made solely to prevent loss of life, injury and discom fort to the general road-using publ...

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

1 DUAL WAVE PORTABLE THIS PINE 5- VALVE RECEIVER WITH ATTRACTIVE . APPEARANCE IS WORTHY OF IMMEDIATE INSPECTION CALL TO-DAY AT THE AUTHORISED DISTRIBUTORS GINTY & O'LEARY PTY LTD. Phone 116. BOOKOWA Phone 116. ? . — : ? __4| ? . ? — . ? . ? roUNTRYMEN! Do you know that FARMERS & v GRAZIERS,' GOULBURN, offer you the following ? facilities: — ? 4| Wool Auctions — where clips are efficiently displayed and sold under ideal conditions. 9 An Experienced and competent re-classing and pool ing department. — cm.tt- ? Fat Stock Sales every Wednesday /s~&/$S&\ ? Monthly Store Stock Sales. /iL?£i^3j 'y^fe- ? ^ Specialised Stud Stock Dept. /#B fagjjgfl geSSJI gj\ % Regular Sheepskin Auctions. '55 if^r^—^Jw ? A sPecialjsed stud Stock Dept. ilSa «frSj»j- i£i^wrf * Atl -forms of General Insurance. ^Mf-yrBnW * ^ ^u' TanSe of available Mer ^^gft^^^ ? ?*» Experienced Real Estate Department. % A Depot Shearing Shed adjoining the Goulburn Sale yards and Abattoirs. THE OFF...

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

WEEDEN'S^ THE HOME OF KEEN PRICES ? ?? WE HAVE LANDED A CONSIGNMENT OF SPORTS SHIRTS— IN THE FAMOUS 'CLUBMAN' BRAND. These are Fancy Checked, in 'SQUARE DANCE4' Style. PRICE,.: ? ; ? 29/6 EACH. ? We stock also 'CLUBMAN' SPORTS TROUSERS, WITH THE PERFECT CUT. '.'??'. WE HAVE MEN'S 'SUPERCRAFT' SHIRTS, in Plain and Stripes. Priced from ? 29/11 Each. WE HAVE MEN'S SOCKS, in all sizes— in Liberators and Majestic— and of. EXCELLENT QUALITY. ALSO COTTON BLANKETS, in Grey and White. SINGLE ? 12/6. DOUBLE .1 ? 17/6. COME AND INSPECT NOW! * WEEDEN'S t 11 PUDMAN STREET, BOOROWA. TELEPHONE 4. shadows, no delving into dark cornira MM C.P.S. display rooms . . . thanks t* 'phnntd' JfghHn* You can bt sure that your wool will task its tart during . lotting and inspection when It'* eonslpwd «? ~ ]:Fr' :mm- -^9 £ oi/w my Mm m* el producers mm m W Selling Co. Ltd. * 26 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. G. O. PARNHAM, Moftlffaf D/r«ct*r mJC O B A. O CO White Heather Fine Cut Flake . . .- ?'.. - ? 24/ Cape Fine Cu...

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EARLY START ON FIRST DAM [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

EARLY START ON FIRST DAM 'Wherever possible, the maj or constructional work will be carried out by contract and not by Government instrumentalit ies. Tenders have been called for construction of the first big ciam at Guthega Pond, and it is understood that a number of contractors from Norway, Italy, France, America, United King dom, and other countries are keen to get the job. Encourage ment is given to foreign tend erers, who must supply their own equipment and labor, as the strain is thereby eased on Australia's economy, and other public works in this country are not interfered with. This dam should be completed and the first power station in produc tion within 2h years. In five years the S :owy Mountains Au thority expects to produce and sell sufficient electricity to be self-supporting, and the whole project should be completed in 25 years. 'Eighteen months ago, Cooma, which is to be the headquarters of the S.M.A., was a rather sleepy township of 2,250 souls. To-day its bustling...

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TUNNELS 3,000 FEET UNDERGROUND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

TUNNELS 3,000 FEET UNDERGROUND 'The tunnels, which carry the water under the mountains in stead of allowing it to flow down .the river beds, will be twice the size of an ordinary railway tunnel, and in places will be 3,000ft. under the moun tain tops. The largest tunnel will be about 30 miles — running right under the Kosciusko ranges. 'At Island Bend on the Snowy River, a few miles from the charred ruins of the burnt out Hotel Kosciusko, a huge vertical shaft will be ^excavat ed, 1100 feet down into the depths of the mountain, where it will join up with an under ground tunnel. The Island Bend dam will be above the shaft, and when the outlet is opened — like taking out a plug— the water will crash down in a solid column and operate the turbines, 1100 feet below. PREPARATORY WORK 'A' tremendous amount of preparatory ' work must, of course, be done before engineer ing projects oi such magnitude and in such rugged country can commence. A thousand men are working in the upper Snowy regi...

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Good Progress On Immense Snowy Project [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

Good Progress Ofi Immense Snowy Project 'Amazing progress has already been made* while the plans for the mammoth hydro-electric and irrigation scheme sound almost too fantastic to be real,' said ;Mr. Lloyd Som . merlad, Secretary of the Country Press Association, after an inspection of the Snowy Mountain project, Nothing re motely resembling it has ever been attempted or even con ceived in Australia before.' Mr. Sommerlad gives the fol lowing description of the pro ject: 'The completed scheme will consist of seven huge dams, sixteen, power stations, 86 miles of tunnels and 490 miles of race lines or canals, to carry the water diverted from the Snowy and other rivers in the South ern Alps. Eventually it will generate three times as much electricity as Bunnerong, Bur rinjuck, and all other power stations in New South Wales combined. Additional water made available for irrigation in New South Wales and Victoria each vear will be ecrual to five , times the total quantity of water in Syd...

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JUNIOR FARMERS' PROJECT COMP. Judging To Commence Shortly [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

JUNIOR FARMERS' PROJECT COMP. Judging To Commence ; Shortly , Judging will soon begin for the Junior Farmer Pro ject Competition for which the Rural Bank is awarding a handsome trophy in each Full-time Supervisor's dis The competition was highly successful last year when it was organised for the first time. Ow ing to the floods the judges in one locality had to cross a river by flying fox to visit the pro ject of one of the finalists. This year there is evidence oJ a remarkable response from all parts of the State. In the Cen tral Western Region, for ex ample, every Junior Farmer in every club is considered a po tential entrant and lias a chance of being declared the ultimate winner. Each club is arranging its own panel of judges to se lect the club finalist. Names, judging sheets and record books of the winners will be sent to the secretary of the District Council to which the club is at tached. District Councils have already appointed panels of judges to inspect the projects of cl...

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Passing Of Show Personality [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

Passing Of Show Personality A prominent performer for years in Show rings, Mr. Charlie Perry, collapsed and died at Bundaberg (Q.) showground a few days aeo. Aged 56, Perry had been in ill-health for some time. When lie became seriously ill at the Bundaberg showground, a doc tor attended him, but he died before he could be moved to hos pital. A son of Charles Perry, of circus fame, the deceased was at his prime rated the best hunt and jumps rider in Australia. For many years he attended shows with his horses, and he owned many champions, includ ing Lookout. -. He was the first man to clear 8ft.' 3ins. in a high jump. He is survived by his widow, son Charles, and daughter Beryl, who is also well-known in show rings.

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PRAISE FOR GROUP 9 OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

PRAISE FOR GROUP 9 OFFICIALS 'Few people realise the time that officials give to football. The hours spent by the Group Nine presi dent, Mr. E. J. Chandler, in attending to the needs of the Group would, if assessed in monetary value, make Ted a very rich man. Whilst many may disagree with the Group president on points of, policy, all agree that he is one of the most capable administrators the code has ever had and his worth to football is inestimable. The Group sec retary, Mr. Jack McLaren* comes into that category also. He is an outstanding executive and possesses the rare quality of tact. All sportsmen trust these men will carry on for years in their important tasks of guid ing football in the south. — Gundagai 'Independent.'

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

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

1951 SYDNEY FAT STOCK SHOW JUNE 1S-20 SYDNEY SHEEP SHOW JUNE 20-23 r£ branchi of the Rural Bank will be open , daily until 3 p.m. for the convenience of customers, and until 5 p.m. for general service and information. LOCATION: Rodeo Office — between Hall of Munuftotures and Commemorative Pmvitien. THE RURAL BANK Slades' Motors WISH TO ANNOUNCE to the Public of BOOROWA DIS TRICT that they have OPENED UP THEIR BUSINESS AT BOOROWA, in the premises formerly occupied by Need ham's Station Supplies IN COURT STREET. DEALERS in ? ? STANDARD/TRIUMPH CARS. ? FERGUSON SYSTEM TRACTORS and EQUIP MENT. TWO CERTIFICATED MECHANICS IN ATTENDANCE SEE ? . SLADES' MOTORS Phone 160. BOOHOWA Phone 160. you can rest assured i^l|^0 that jrour business ^^|k^J©^ 'will be handled expediently \&M and efficiently J0jh- with' personal attention to detail J|§| no matter how large (jfn or how sjnail ® // may he. \:\ JT PAYS TO CONSIGN TO f Pin, son \ -BADGERY ° Haod Office: 4 O'Cojinelf Srree*. Sydney DAR...

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

READ TO-DAY'S ADVTS. IN THE 'NEWS'.'

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THE GARDEN HOW TO MAKE IT ATTRACTIVE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

THE GARDEN HOW JU MAKE II APRACTIVE Now that the planting time for true liHuras is here, a tew words on their culture . will be of assistance. Plentv of oeonle deny them selves the pleasure of growing these stately and toeautitul flow ering bulbs, because of a mis taken idea that they are very difficult to handle. This might be true of such an elusive jade as the Golden Rayed Lily of Japan (Lilium Auratum), but even this variety, once it be comes established) is not so dif ficult after ail. The Speciosum Liliiims (Rub rum, Roseum, Magnincum, Alba and Melpomene) are quite easy to handle, but, .like all others of their tribe, they do oest where the soil is deep, well drained, and fairly fertile, in tlieir native habitaty liliums, in most in stances, are favoured by a soil that has been built up for hun dreds of generations by the de composition of vegetation which has in that period rotted right back to soil, but we cannot al ways give them anything approx imating that nature, so we m...

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

MONSTER mm SAVING CAMPAIGN i 14 Day's Money Saving Campaign On Our Complete Stock Of Winter Wear FLANNELETTE PLAIN, STRIPED OR FLOJtAL. MONEV-SAVING PRICE ....:. ? . .:, ^ 4A1 ^ard. ^ CHILDREN'S RAINCOATS - \ IN 'SATINETTE,' WITH HOODS TQ MATCH. ) Assorted Colors. :- ] MONEY-SAVING PRICE, from ? Lk. 37/6 Each, j LAMES' PYJAMAS AND JUGnC ' . ? j IN FLANNELETTE OR INTERLOCK MATERIAL. | MONEY-SAVING PRICE, from ? 33/6 Each.- j LADIES' TOP COATS ~~ ~| OUR STOCK OF LADIES' TOP COATS WILL BE DRASTICALLY REDUCED DURING THIS 14 DAYS ! MONEY-SAVING CAMPAIGN! \ 'BREKS' SPORTS TROUSERS ' j ; ODDMENTS TO CLEAR. USUAL PRICE, £5/2/6. ? MONEY-SAVING PRICE ? J_ 79/11 Pair, j MEN'S FANCY CARDIGANS ~~ H ROLL COLLAR, ALL PURE WOOL. ! MONEY-SAVING PRICE ? '. ? 42/6 Each, j MEN'S WOOLLEN LUMBER JACKETS j WITH ZIP FASTENER AND TWO POCKETS. i Usual Price, 57/6. ' j MONEY-SAVING PRICE, from ? 45/- Each. J . . ? * BOYS' BLAZERS : ODD SIZES LEFT ONLY TO CLEAR., MONEY^SAVING PRICE, from ? .,,. 26/9 Each. BOYS...

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ON THE LINKS. GOLF NEWS WEEK-END PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

ON TgE LINKS. GOLF NEWS . WEEK-END PLAY. Minor events on, the lecal links last week-end- comprised an 18 Holes Stableford Handicap on Saturday. This was won by Colifi Glover in the 'A' Grade and Terry McGrath in the 'B' Grade. On' Sunday the event consist ed of an 18 Holes Stroke Han dicap and was won by Ray Sulli van {'A' Grade) and; Pat Sheri dan ('B' Grade). This event was also the first qualifying round of the Club Champion ships, and on Sunday next the final 18 holes of the Club Cham pionship, Qualifying Round will toe staged. REMINDERS , Players are reminded that the course improvemenxs uix property and consequently they should take an interest in them and assist in keeping the links tidy by refraining from throw ing empty paper boxes arid the like around the links. Divots. — Yes,, the regulation governing the replacing of any divots taken is still law. so please make this matter number one priority. Remember, it is easier to replace divots than to replace fairways. ? h ?

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MAHER CUP DRAW [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

MAHER CUP DRAW Following is the draw for the Maher Cup:— Gundagai . , BOOROWA. ? I Harden. Cootamundra. Tumut. Following the severe cut in butter supplies, Grenfell grocers have introduced their own or ganised rationing system. They are issuing ration cards to. cus tomers, who can register only with one store. . Grocers at Young have their own ration ing arrangements.

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GOLF ASSOCIATES "GREIG CUP" FIRST ROUND NEXT WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

GOLF ASSOCIATES 'GRIG CUP' FIRST ROUND NEXT WEDNESDAY Next Wednesday's event will be an 18 Holes Stroke— the 1st round of the 'Greig' Cup. The draw is.as follows: M. Berry v. W. Clements. M. Young v. J. Bobbin. 15 . Lindsay v. M. Corcoran. E. Thompson v. E. Dowling. P. Keif v. H. Boucher. J. OlDonneli v. G. Dwyer, D. McCabe v. J. Wright. S. Thomas v. K. Costello. H. Rolfe v. A. Edwards. J. Gay v, E. Flannery. A. Blair v, 1. O'Hara. N. O'Neill -v. R. Denning. E. Hancock v, D. Bobbin/ P. Commens v. D. Becker; V. Williams v, T. Sullivan. V. Hill v.' M. Emery. J. Bonner v. Mt Liggins. B. Thomson v. C. Perks. P. McCormack v. E. Fahey.

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Fuller's Win In Hume Had Unique Feature [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

Fuller's Win In Hume Had Unique Feature Speaking at the annual meeting of the Hume Electorate Council of the Australian Labor Party, Mr. A. N. Fuller, M.H.R., said . that victory secured by the Australian Labor Party in the Hume Electorate was one of which all support - - ers were proud, as it was the only N.S.W. seat won back by the Party. The meeting was held at Cootamundra and delegates were present from Tumut, Te mora, Bethungra, Cootamundra and Harden.' Mr. J. Gleeson, vicepresi dent, occupied the chair. In opening the meeting, he ex pressed to Mr. Fuller his sin cere congratulations on his (Mr. Fuller's) achievement in winn ing Ms seat back for the Aus tralian Labor Party. The chair man said he felt sure Mr. Ful ler Would retain the seat until such times as he decided to re tire from political life. TRIBUTE TO WORKERS In responding to the chair man's remarks. Mr. Fuller said that although he had himself worked hard in the campaign to bring about the win for Labor, he paid trib...

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BOOROWA DISTRICT SATURDAY TENNIS COMPETITION ONLY TWO MATCHES PLAYED AT WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

BOOROWA DBTRICT SATOHMY TENNIS COMPETITION ONLY TWO MATCHES PLAYED AT WEEK-END OnLy two matches were play ed in the opening matches of the - second round of the Saturday Tennis Competition last week end. . KANGIARA WITHDRAWS Kangiara Club have with drawn from the competition ow ing to transport difficulties. Results: : JRYE PARK v. RUGBY HURRICANES. Played at Rye Park; the home team being mentioned first: LADIES' DOUBLES Mesdames Moorby and Gorham v. Misses M. and B. Mewburn /3 6/4. MEN'S DOUBLES G. Fuller and K. Gorham v. C. Platt and K. Butt -6/3 6/3; v. C. and M. Mewburn 6/1 6/0. B. Styles and A. Perceval v. C. and M. Mewburn 6/1 6/3; v. C. Platt and K. Butt 6/2 6/4. G. Fuller and Mrs. Moorby v. C. Platt and Miss M. Mew burn 4/6. K. Gorham and Mrs. Gorham v. K. Butt and Miss B. Mewburn 6/1. B. Styles and Mrs. Moorby v. C . Mewburn and Miss B . Mewburn 6/2. A. Perceval and Mrs. Gorham v. M. Mewburn and Miss B. Mewburn 6/5. G. Fuller and Mrs. Moorby v, K. Butt and Miss B. Mewburn 5...

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