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THE COST OF SECURITY BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

HIE COST OF SECURITY BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES REVIEW Australia should be able to molilise her resources to meet the threat of Commun ist aggression without re course to Socialist controls. This is the conclusion reached bv the Bank of New . South Wales in its May Re view after an examination ' of the effects of rearma ment upon the economy. MANPOWER Dealing with the problems of manpower, the Bank points out that in three years time the total strength of the armed ser vices will be 183,000 or about 5 per cent, of the total work force and only one-third of these will be on duty at any one time. The loss of production- due to strikes, absenteeism and power failures would easily dwarf any loss caused by these relatively small manpower demands of the Services. , Whereas during the war 39 per cent, of our total economic activity was being diverted, the current defence estimates ? of £200 million for ly&i/ia&z win represent only 4.5 per cent, of our economic activity. The re...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROGMORE v. RYE PARK WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

FROGMORE v. RYE PARK WELCOME. Played at Frogmore; home . team mentioned first: LADIES' DOUBLES . Mesdames J. Sparkes and W. Banks v. Mesdames Noakes and Carmddy 6/3 6/4. MEN'S DOUBLES W. Banks and K. Gay V...J- Noakes aha D. Perks 4/6 6/2. J. Sparkes arid K. O'NeUi y. J. Carmody and L. Clark 6/5 6/4'. W. Banks and K. Gay t. J. Carmody and L. Clark 6/4. J. Sparkes and K. O'Neill v. J. Noakes and D. Perks 43/5 4/6. MIXED DOUBLES W. Banks and Mrs. Banks v. J. Noakes and Mrs. Noakes 6/1, ''..'. K. Gay and Mrs. Sparkes v. D. Perks and Mrs. Carmody 6/4. , K. O'Neill and Mrs. Banks v. J. Carmody and Mrs. Noak es 6/1. J. Sparkes and . Mrs. ? Sparkes v. L. Clark and Mrs. Car mody 6/4. Rye Park Welcome, 2 sets 49 Frogmore, 11 sets 74 games; games.

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DRAW FOR SECOND ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

DRAW FOR SECOND ROUND The draw for the Second Round is as follows (the home match being mentioned first in each instance): June 16: Numby v. Rugby Aces. Rugby Hurricanes-1-^ bye. R.P. Welcome v. Rye Park. Bala v. Frogmore. June 23: ' Bala — a bye. Rye Park v. Numby. Frogmore v. R. Hurricanes. Rugby Aces v. R»Pv Welcome. June 30: Rugby Hurricanes v. R. Aces. Rye Park Welcome — a bye.| Bala v. Rye Park. ', Numby v. Frogmore. July 7: Numby v. Bala. Rugby Aces — a bye. IV. JT1.U1X1&CU1CQ V. XV.4T. TT CVU1*. Rye Park v. Frogmore. July 14: ? Bala v. fiugby Hurricanes. Rugby Aces v. Rye Park. Rye Park Welcome v. Numby. Frogmore — a bye. July 21st: R.P. Welcome v. Bala. - Frogmore v. Rugby' Aces. ?Rugby Hurricanes v. Numby. Rye Park— a bye. PLAYERS MUST REGISTER ' All players must.be register ed with the Secretary (Miss Enid Gruber). . ' .

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PROPOSED EXTENSION OF WHEAT STABILISATION SCHEME F.S.A TO FIGHT FOR AMENDMENT TO IMPROVE CONDITIONS FOR WHEAT GROWERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

PROPOSED EXTENSION OF WHEAT STABILISATION SCHEME F^A TO FJGHT FOR AMENDMENT TO IMPROVE CONDITIONS FOR WHEAT GROWERS Mr. W. R. Scilly, N.S.W- State Organiser of the Farm ers and Settlers' Association, explained at a meeting of the Boorowa Branch the stand which his Association was taking with regard to the proposed extension of the Wheat Stabilis ation Board. ? , . In his preliminary Remarks he expressed his apprecia tion of the warm welcome extended to him by Boorowa ? members* and his pleasure at being able to meet personally the. branch executive officers from .whom he heard so fre quently. Before explaining the work his association is doing, he said, he would like to impress upon those present the strength of the organisation to which they be long. The association begins with the niany small country branch es scattered throughout the State. They submit recommen dations to the. Annual General Conference held in Sydney in August, and adoption of these recommendations determine the ...

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

BUSHBY'S FOR GENERAL DRAPERY SHEETS - SHEETS 'ARMOUR' BRAND SHEETS. EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED FOR TEN YEARS! WHITE SINGLE BED SIZE .. ? 45/- Pair. LARGE DOUBLE BED SIZE, 80 x 99 .. .'. .-. .. 95/- Pair. UNBLEACHED SHEETS, 54 x 90 ? 45/- Pair. PILLOW SLIPS . 'HOUSEWIFE' PILLOWSLIPS, good heavy quality, Large size . . 6/11 Each. UNBLEACHED, large size .. .. .. .. 4/6 and 6/11 Each. CALICO - CALICO WHITE CALICO, 36 inch ? 4/6 Yard. STRONG PILLOW COTTON, 40 inch ? 4/6 Yard. UNBLEACHED CALICO, 36 inch ? 3/6 and 4/6 Yard. TOWELS - TOWELS 'DRI GLO' TOWELS, in Bright Colours; large bath size. From 9/11 to 12/9 Each. BLANKETS * RUGS WHITE BLANKETS, large size, 81 x 99 .. .. £13/19/6 Pair. GREY BLANKETS. 72 x 90 ? , ... £9/15/- Pair. DARK GREY BLANKETS, 60 x 90 ? 25/- Each. BUSH RUGS ? 16/9 and 19/6 Each. TRAVEL RUGS, in Bright Check Patterns, 49/6 and 59/6 Each. MEM'S TROUSERS ENGLISH ALL. WOOL GABARDINE TROUSERS. Well made in Dark Fawn shade; stocked in Half and Quarter sizes, ? .90/-.each. ;? ...

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PROPOSED EXTENSION OF SCHEME [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

PROPOSED EXTENSION OF SCHEME 'The Australian Wheat Grow ers' Federation is discussing the amendments it will insist upon before they can. regard the scheme as satisfactory,' said Mr. Scilly. The proposed scheme provides for a home consump tion price of production cost plus profit margin, fixed quite irrespective of world market rates. This would apply to the coming season's crop as all of last season's- crop has been com mitted.- 'The scheme is riot ac ceptable, so a deputation met Mr. McEwari in Melbourne and presented to him a .resolution that the strongest objections would be raised to the sale of any wheat at concession prices unless the Government made good the losses to the growers. 'The Government's propos al, said the speaker, is that wheat for home con sumption be sold at a fixed price of 7/10d, as against a world market price of I8/61 but unless the present Government abides by Mr. Menzies election promise that the grower . shall not bear the loss of. concession al wheat p...

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OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN AUSTRALIA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

OLDEST ESTABLISHMENT IN AUSTRALIA 'The F.S.A.,' said Mr. Scilly, 'is the oldest estab . lishment, and possibly most . important primary produc ers' organisation in Aus tralia.'' He quoted just one instance to show how his association op erates for tjie benefit of its mem bers. You will remember the in famous N.Z. wheat deal when Mr. Scully, M.L.A., then Minis ter for Agriculture, sold a large quantity of wheat at 5/9 per bushel, which was possibly worth up to £1. The Govern ment's idea was that the grower should receive the 5/9 only, but the F.S.A. brought such pressure to bear that the Federal Treas ury finally bore the loss, thus saving wheatgrowers seven mil lion pounds in . one stroke.

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

BEAD TO-DAY'S ADFTS. 'IN THE 'NEWS.'

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PAST LOSSES DUE TO CONCESSIONAL PRICES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

PAST LOSSES DUE TO CONCESSIONAL PRICES 'The policy of the Govern ment's fixing a special con cessional wheat price for human consumption has re sulted in huge losses to, wheat growers,' said the sneaker. 'In No. 12 Pool 34 million bushels per annum were sold at the concessional price of 6/8, - as against the ruling market rate of 13/8, resulting in a loss to growers of £13 million. 'In No. 13 Pool, the price of 7/1, as against market price of 18/9, meant £19 million loss. Figui^s for No. 14 Pool, were 7/10, 18/6, £18 million loss. The wheat growers' natural- i ly object to carrying the whole of this £36 million subsidy to other industries. Many other requests of minor importance, such as payment,; delay in ' payment, etc., have been submitted and agreed to,, but the big point is this matter of concessional prices, conclud ed the speaker. 'I think no great things of it,' he said. 'Why. look, Eve is tempting Adam with an apple of a variety that wasn't known till about thirty years ago...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

IN MEMORIAM SHARWOOD.— In fond and lov ing memory of dear Daddy, who died 8th June, 1950. Just a token, fond and true, To say, dear Daddy, I think of you. Inserted by his loving daugh ter, Stella, and son-in-law, Jack. SHARWOOD.— In fond memory of my dear brother, William, who died 8th June, 1950. We think of you in silence, With our hearts that are sin cere. Inserted by his loving brother, Herb, and sister-in-law, Melba.

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WEDDING BELLS IRVINE-POPLIN [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

WEDDING BELLS IRVINE-POPLIN     The marriage of Elaine Olive, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Poplin,   of Boorowa, and Roy   Michael, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Irvine, of Marrickville, was solemn- ised on May 12th by the Rev. Fr. Brabants.   To the strains of the Wedding March the bride entered the church on the arm of her father   who subsequently gave her away. The bride's exquisite white   lace bridal gown featuring a round neckline and sheer round yoke with embroidered flowers; the skirt was very full, with a long sweeping train caught with orange blossoms and a large bow at the waistline; at the back was caught with a pearl buckle which was worn on the bride's mother's wedding frock. The underslip was of slipper satin. The beautiful embroidered tulle veil lent by Mrs. C. Crans- ton, sister of bride, was held   in place with a lovely coronet of orange blossom...

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RYE PARK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

RYE PARK The death occurred at Yass District Hospital on Friday, 8th inst., of Mr. Sidney Smith, son of Mr. Frederick Smith, of Bevandale, on Monday. Great satisfaction is felt by the residents of the village and those receiving the benefit of. the electricity extension from Boorowa to Rye Park, that this scheme is now under way. Even with the 'blackouts' it will still be a great boon. We are pleased to hear that Mrs. J. E. Morgan is improv- ing in health. She is staying with her daughter, Mrs. W. Ir- vine, of Boorowa. Mr. Albert Holgate, Jnr., re- turned home from Sydney on Wednesday after receiving med- ical attention. Steady._soaking rain, starting on Monday night and continu ing on Tuesday and Wednesday, was welcomed by the farmers and graziers in the district.

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OBITUARY. FUNERAL OF LATE LESLIE TIMMS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

OBITUARY   FUNERAL OF LATE LESLIE TIMMS The funeral of the late Mr. Leslie Timms took place to the Lang's Creek cemetery follow- ing service conducted at the Presbyterian Church, by the Rev. C. H. Buttsworth, who also officiated at the graveside. Pall-bearers were Messrs. H. Grosvenor, L. Berry, A. Malone and H. Boulding.   The funeral arrangements ments were in the hands of Mr. O. J. Stuart. FLORAL TRIBUTES The following is the list of beautiful floral tributes that covered the casket which were forwarded by: His Loving Wife and Daughter; Marie, Norm and family; Brother Arch & Sister- in-law Gloria; Auntie Margaret, Doreen and Reg; Mr. & Mrs. O. Croker and family; Kevin, Joy and Kerry; Claire and Ross; Ruth, Tom and family; Mrs. Joe Berry and boys; E. Bould- ing and Sons; Geoff, Mrs. And- rews and family; Daphne, George and David; George, Mrs. Riles and family and R. J. Riles and Coline; Mrs. Gruber and girls; Arthur, Emily and fam- ily; Mr...

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800 CITIZENS PAY LAST TRIBUTE TO FINE BOOROWA SPORTSMAN FUNERAL Of MR. EDGAR JOSEPH CORCORAN [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 15 June 1951

800 CITIZENS PAY LAST TRIBUTE TO FINE BOOROWA SPORTSMAN FUNERAL OF MR. EDGAR JOSEPH CORCORAN Probably the largest concourse of people ever to attend a funeral at Boorowa assembled at the     Catholic portion of the Boorowa cemetery on Satur- day morning last to pay homage to the memory of one of the district's finest young sportsmen—Mr. Edgar Joseph Corcoran— who passed away under such tragic circumstances at 11 p.m. on Thursday night of last week at the Boorowa District Hospital. The late Mr. Corcoran, who lost an arm in a motor accident on the Frogmore Road on May 5th, appear- ed to be doing well, and great hopes were held for his complete recovery, when he collapsed suddenly and died a month after the accident, When news of the dreadful accident first became known to the residents of the Boorowa district they were shocked be- yona belief at tne nature of the tragedy and hastened to render whatever assistance lay within their power. However, with the pass...

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FRED CAHILL'S FRENCH HELPED TEST FOOTBALLERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951

FRED CAH1LI/S FRENCH FOOTBALLERS Local Member, Mr, Fred J. Cahill, MX. A., with his knowledge of French, got the visiting French Rugby League footballers out of an awkward spot at Rand wick races recently. The Frenchmen were among the thousands who toted Auto maton, which was withdrawn from the Encourage Handicap just befort starting time. When the visitors saw their horse being led out. of the. en- closure while the other, runners were on the track they could not understand it. So they went down, to the tote pay-out in the Members' Stand and the scene resembled a mild demonstration as the' footballers waved their arms and shouted. No one could understand them until Mr. Cahill told them what had been done. It didn't take him long to convince them that their money would be refunded. ' ; Asked hbw he came to speak French so. fluently,' Mr. Gahill revealed that' he was an inter preter while in France during World War I. .

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BENEFIT ORGANISED FOR FROGMORE FAMILY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951

[?] a nWmDyr'bf idcdisV^UUc '?m^.Vgu.h*iBr3in^V»K*flore '? Hall last week tor .deter ) mine ways ' and!; means; lot 1 helping Sijrs. -C. Wilson rand 'i-=heri.childrtenii .-'?)?? \t\-n :,.iii Hi Some- short- ' tiriieiiagoii'; Mr. Clyde 1 'IWilson -was i takett to Boorowa 'District Hospital i with a badly broken leg. . flk wUl be unable to attend' work fbr some, months : : and j in J the ? meantime Mrs. Wilson jqM her children would have-to exSjsbiCiiitke-. pit tance allowed Jjy- the Govern ment;/ q /, 1 rrrari Fodrteinl4f feo Veople attend ed and elected Mr: Bill ' Cassells to 'the1 ^chairJ Mr. 'Mast --Holmes was i elected 'secre'tary-andi after some discussion, : it ' was decided to form a Benefit Committee comprising thetwo iffice'-'bearers and Messrs; -T. Holmes, E. Good and- J.f:Sparky. j--. -?.-??? nj- i ,j ? 'M was pointed out^ that ? the whole 4dea behind 'tiie'inofve is to -'help 'Mrs. 'Wilson': i&nd ( her children over the : lean period of the next few months.''''' ?...

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ON THE LINKS. GOLF NEWS CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER FINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951

ON THE LtNKS. - mwms CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTE Last Week-end the Boorow Golf Club inducted two 11 The f onngsoeveni! resulted in win8/)for,.)Jim-1Whale in '] l' Grade. The latter event resij t ed in Charlie 'Weeden winni g ^e»^V^-^Grafle-i«n)d-:-KeB-B«ll the 'B' Grade. :c^Un'd8y?i^€VeTOHwis-4riBe!^ifae seco^jjflualifynjg rnund^of the nave qualif ieu in the two grad Sullivan, C. H. Weeden, A. A. A. Sheridan, B. Dunn. T. J. Mc 'G^H, A'7 #60^^ and C. R. Vefiabl^; '??'?-'A;-™iy, l!'M4Ull«^WfcMiiiBBH|:Kf the 'Cha{n'p-ioksnips'Will^!|Wr(.played jon,, Sunday,! 8j;h,(1Jn^ and the f plowing is the,dra^f, -,„ ? :.«-?? i-.,liiWA'!(Q!RADE. 'i- ''' 'J. Ri Whaie'v;' k.'J.1 6'Hara. , R. CSullivan.v, C.,,H,, Weeden E.'.Ryan v, '% '(j) Tiomson. Jft, Thoriipspn y. A. A. , jBpbbin. : .*!.'?; ?' ;/fB'.. GRADE.. u,,:-; B. C. Tierney V. C. R: VenableB ;PJ A. Sheridan V^B'.^Dunn. ; J. G.-ftroWn v.AJ'WooabHdge. 1 .M.B. McMahoiv'.v. Ti'^'Mc '! ''??Orattir1'-''' '? kw''™ On- Sunday next the) Boorowa Oub will ibe v...

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MINISTER FOR HEALTH TO OPEN [?] Chairman of Hospital's Commission Alco Coming [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951

HWISTER FOR ffiALT! moitaWMW to 5 1 i TTlie ^Miiifsteri ior! Health, ^.-Jthedaon!:JH^O!fiuIHvan,^rill i; mdriihV i a(-i?Hii.ii'-?u;;'i1 n»'l He will be accompanied State Member, Mr. Fred J. Cahill, M.L.A., and Mrs. ? Cahill. for ^theHop)ital^airto be hela* ong'r1|a^ ^Oth|lfift,Jfl|id^^f-j thing pointed to tne 'Ballbeuig . t We &WkWt, had un^aken, that they wo,uW.,^ ,ihe Joayd to obtain for them a'nam and -two turideys.: iiDir^'WJ T.dFaheyi igenerouBly; /donated ?,ithes ham, and the ..Board undertook (to obr tain -Hh.e 'turkeys.-; nj;i-i!rM--:i-iJ It was decided to insure the the eYenuig 61 ttie Ball. :ii:: Tte]Mjm^ UK Health had' .asked «iat arrangements be made1 foi' liim1 ''to'1' inspect the Hofspital ori'the MWtviHg dkyJ 'It wasVdecMM^hat, ^abject t-i the' 'Minister's- app'rbval, ' he be .invited td'visltithe'Hospital with' the!1.6ffiWaI'pai*y,''at'2.S0 p.mi, 6n-'SatUrday',*2llstllJuly.'--' '? 'l!1 ?I'li-i ijjunci; -j.l I m ifilr.KH] 1 -'I' !lfl' HOUSB^COMlMtTTEE'S' ''' :...

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TENNIS DOINGS AT FROGMORE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951

TElfeiaBOINGS ATFROGMORE j At a1 further meeting of the Frdgmore Tennis Club, held last; week, decisions' made at a previi iotis nieetine we're revoked; ??, ??- : NEW PRESIDENT -; The President, f Mr. Frank Holmes; ? tendered his resigna-' tion from that office. ? ' Mr. Kev. O'Neill was elected* to fill the position. ... : '??? ! BALL FEE '' Considerable ? discussion cent j red, around a decision made {M an earlier meeting , that a ball fee be paid for all matches, at ?home or away; A majority of members showed opposition to that decision. : ; ,:. It was eventually resolve^! that ball fees should be paid on ly for home . matches, : SHIFTING OF COURTS Since the earlier meeting,' when it , was decided to, comply with the Recreation Trusts de sire to move the si,te of, the, pre,. sent courts, .further factors arose .to $aisejdoub.jts off ^the wisT dom of the ? decision, (i.j,j ..,,' h There .seemed to b'ej'niisurider staridin^ about $he position of the,, pew cpurts-^w]h$btier .''tiheyi...

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SHOW SOCIETY DISAPPOINTED AT LACK OF SUPPORT FOR SHOW [?] £734 ON BOOROWA'S 1951 JUBILEE SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951

SlfPpfTY DISAPPOINTED AT fflfW EOOROWAS 1951 JU SHOW ^Rancill «tatem«#for«me^A^^B«orowa tSfio% Itjhejp^ :^iig^Sf^1iiBa^6mln1ttee=4leia' at'r*he^Eowt ^Wse^HoteTjon , v^atujraay tnojming^ jlasff (he, .reyealed ^hat whereas,- nety ;in-jr, ,r;;rTSome( surprise, Jfas expressed concerning th^e figures for1 iiWeI'aniiuai ihoWQall. Gross takings were £154/2/6; 'but : -^penlBeFTSn^unWa-^o^^OT/^nOr^i^rig^a^^ £55/0/8. «The expense account struck some members as being in&nli&ately high, and some were^rfj^e opinion* that@*» !J»n|u^^|'mH|vM such a high expense rate~was~lb(M The balance-sheet was dis- * cussed thoroughly but the)j;e did duced in any way. Three items could have been considered |as pur^chaje. pt a. ten.t,|or £30, white artti ekteroiiridtion treatment for b'uildiri^s '£50, and '£15 for gal-' vanised iron, fpr repairs. This sun^,of £95 'vvpuld have reduced |he-c-ficit-to^3&/^4,|b&t even ffieVthfe 4reslfl£s were 'very de pressing. The President (Mr. T. A...

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