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SHOW SCHEDULE TO BE REVISED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
SHOW SCHEDULE TO BE REVISED Committeemen of ttte Boorowa Show Society at their meeting held at the Court House Hotel last Sat-' urday morning listed sever al recommendations for the new committee to be ap pointed at the annual meet ing of the Society in July. In their search for ways and means to - reduce over head expenses at the show, the committeemen explored every avenue. The President (Mr. T. A. Cusack) reported that he had been requested to incorporate a section for Durham Shorthorn Cattle in the section, for next year, but the secretary (Mr. S. D. Bobbin) pointed ©utrthat it liad b^'^^ ^pat^lhr^ jisajrs. *?'????'? '?'''???; ?y:'-\-' - c'- '?''.,'- V '?? ???; 'Whilst on this point,' said Mr. Bobbin,' 'there are many, other sections which could be deleted because of lack of support. 'We have the' continual ex pense of printing cards, purchas ing ribbons, etc., for. nothing. Moreover, the schedule cost £80 to print this year, which meant that every page was worth 30/-. There wer...
Local Medicos To Carry Out Blood Typing Of Local Residents [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
Local Medicos To Carry Out Blood Typing Of Local Residents In view of the Red Cross Blood Typing Unit being unable to visit Boorowa at an early date, local medical officers are to be asked by the Boorowa District Hospital Board to carry out blood typing of local residents. This decision was made at the .Board's meeting last Monday night when a letter was read from the * Red Cross advising that their Blood Typing Unit had completed its itinerary and that there was little likelihood of it visiting Boorowa in the near future. It was suggested that the typ ing might be carried out by local medical officers if they were approached. Dr. W. P. L. Logins, who was present at the meeting, assured the Board that he would be only too happy to fall in with the suggestion and felt sure that Dr. Keif would feel the same way. .When a day is convenient to the local doctors, blood typing of residents will be carried, out. The day will be advertised and published and every effort made to point out to ...
EDGAR CORCORAN FUND THE [?]NATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
#r™. iffiHEffiioNATIONS «^t4i4rWdon^-ns of sheep foMie abox4mn^ are: J. W, BoyS, ('Clearvie%,'f 2; Mr. and Mrs. Mi.^B_pulding and family l|jyj^iimey^l£iUflnearrJBaBt,'- K, C.' Kelly, Rugl^TT; ~G. 'rPo£ ceval, Rye Park If MaxiGorhiun' 1; Barnes- Ryan7;lj7.-3. ^A^iiove*. Jiock, Kenyu Road 1; W. J. Davies 2; ^ 3. Kennedy, Kenyu ?Road'l; S. E. Gorhamti-;We. Park 1} -W. -J. «hepherd~^and family* 'Lone Pine,' .2; F. iWithers, Young ^ Itdk^^m.; R. '' SHEEP J. Holgate, 'Heath* #| field,' . . . #4 .*- % stf 6°^ 5*4 J. Gurney, PhU'sf^pi 100 & G. J. Fogarty, Phil's Creek ? 10 0 Merryville Pty,-J44r. t .f, PrP R. B. Corkhill, IJfyjmThiLf.Ht anhurst' . . . .' . . o oV %if.( |34aseUs-:iE!rogyr j.'QjT hib're :. . . V; .V ' 5Jiei0 Dennis Dwyer, 'Burr- owa Hills' ? 5 5 0 W. 'G. Dwyer, , 'Burr- -:-, ... , , 'I I - owa HmPl l-\J..- W&6 E. T. Shine, Binalong 6 5 0 M. J. Hurley ? 110 A..L.-& P. R. O.Cart- , . ; ,, «r. Kenyu. Road.'., ;'.X ±9 ,Q, Richard Flannery, 'Gun-. galeen,' ...
TO THE EDITOR. "BOOROWA'S BAD ROADS" [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
TO THE EDITOR. 'BOOROWA'S BAD ROADS' Sir, — Would you kindly grant me space in your valuable paper re Bad Roads. I quite agree with the letter in a previous issue and endorse the whole of it. On the Heathfield Road the last few days, no less than four cars have been bogged. This road is in an impassable con dition, and if we get much rain this winter I feel sure we will be isolated for the rest of the winter.* A week or so ago they sent the grader out to grade a bit of mud on to it, which made the position worse. Even if you get bogged it is impossible to to keep a car on it. It is scan dalcus! There is no excuse, as com plaints about this roads have been made for a long time. There is no doubt this Shire wants a thorough . clean-up! Why don't they allot each Rid ing's rates, less overhead ex penses, to each Ridiiig? And each Councillor receive his share; then we would 'be . able to blame our local Councillor! There is nothing- left for us to do but to cut Boorowa put, and when we c...
SHORTEST DAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
SHORTEST DAY ???: Yesterday was reputedly the shortest day. Actually, astronomers say that to-day is a second' or two shorter. . One: thing is .icertain-Haf-' ter to-day (Friday) the sun ' commences its = return jour ney and , the days begin to lengthen.
FROGMORE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION TO MEET MONDAY NIGHT Many Important Matters For Discussion On Agenda Paper [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
FROGMORE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION TO MEET MONDAY NIGHT Many Important Matters For Discussion On Agenda Paper The quarterly meeting of the Frogmore Progress As sociation will be 'held on Monday night next, June 25. Quite a few important items are on the agenda and a good attendance seems certain. On display at the meeting will be a sample of the weed known as Serrated Tussock (formerly known as Yass River Tussock). J 'As this weed1 has been described by some Shires as their greatest menace, and has already been report ed in this Shire, it is clear ly the duty of every land , owner to acquaint himself with its appearance,' said the President, Mr. F. Cass ells. The Association is also anx ious to know how many local people .have milking cows which they would like tested for T.B. Quotes have been secured from a qualified Veterinary Surgeon for the job of testing. The more cows which are tested in the one visit, the cheaper will be the cost per cow. It would be very beneficial to the Associa...
COMING DISTRICT EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
COMING DISTRICT ?? - ? ? EVENTS ?:? St. Thomas' Tennis Club will hold a Ball at Binalong on Fri-' day next, in the Mechanics' In stitute. ? Merrymakers' Orches tra has been engaged and a tasty supper will- be. served. The Rye Park Jubilee Ball 4s set down for next Friday night,; 27th. Proceeds are in aid of the Soldiers' Memorial Hall. Pat rons are assured of a goodtime: to music supplied ??; by Doug. Southwell's orchestra, a good floor and a tasty supper.
Battle For Maher Cup To-morrow LOCAL PLAYERS CONFIDENT OF DOWNING HOLDERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
Battle For Maher Cup To-morrow LOCAL PLACERS CONFIDENT OF DOWNING HOLDERS In spite of the opinion of some critics, Boorowa Rugby League players have an even chance of winning the coveted Maher Cup from Barmednjan when they travel to that centre in quest of the trophy tomorrow (Saturday). Boorowa, like all other teams challenging, always give of their best in a Mahei- Cup battle. We expect them to do just that to-morrow and. with a little assistance from 'Lady Lucki' a win over Barmedman is not beyond them. . Barmedman are always a hard team to beat on their own ground, but other Group Nine teams have proved that they are not unbeatable. Barmedman's strength lies in their forwards, particularly the front row, and inside backs. Eoorow'a's strength also lies in the forwards, and to-morrow's game should develop into a ti tanic struggle and success for Boorowa will, in the main, de pend on whether the green and gold forwards can hold the mighty pack from the Bland. To-morrow's game will ...
RUGBY LEAGUE FLASHES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
RUGBY LEAGUE! j FLASHES I The following points were al lotted as a result of play last ?Wfiek-Sfnd:.- ?? ?. ?;- ? ... ,}?..?:? -,???? ' BOGROWA R.L. POINTS .'?'?V'A.'; Glover .. .. .'.' 3 ? N. Brennan ., ........ 2 ? E. .Dpnohoe . . .'.,..?' 1 'NEWS' AWARD. A. Glover . . . . . . 3 N. Brennan .. ..... 2 E. Donohoe ? 1 RESULTS OF GROUP COMP. GAMES Tumut 9. uundagai lo deieated uowra 11. Temora 19 defeated Barmed man 8. wWest Wyalong 30 defeated ferenfell 7, l Junee 16 defeated Boorowa 11. .- BARMEDM AN RETAIN ;?!:?: VMAHER CIIP . ? Saturday's Maher Cup match between Barmedman (holders) and Gundagai resulted in a draw — the score was 13-all — which means that Barmedman keeps the cup for at least an other week. TUMUT COACH RESIGNS L. JIand, Tumut's coach, has resigned. It is reported that at a meeting on Monday night last the Tumut committee would ap point a local resident to coach the team for the remainder of the season.
Successful Euchre Party m At Central School [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
Sucpessful Euchre Party At Centra* School ? ? - * ' * * ' *_j 1 1 - i * ? r ' ' ? ? ; )'- .'''li'The!*rie!B of euchre par l-iri:/. iHfes'to'be'heJdihthe Cen-; '-,' Ufa'ScTiorii 1got 'off to a '''.'! ' g-bd! ' itairt . oh Tuesday ' ' ;'i!juWght''wTteri,1 'ih Bpite of :''''Bh^ery'!1'c6rtairi6hs, 28 '''''players ikeki^1 ! ??-' ': ' ,The ladies' prize went to Mrs. I!' ''All V'HKU. an!d'Mr. Norm iMah ''^oh^yhfid^il1 easy' vidtoTy'ih tKe ':''-e#s.pection'v- ''' V: :;'' ' -1 ' H-rif ffi aSdition 'to the pri^e each !! ir'nlBit;-''ao, grind1 prize will be ''?'' gf*eh'!al;:!flie1 end' of 'the1 series j'1' for'ther scorer' of the highest ''*.': 'total 1;of 'p oihts1 over' the series. *'V '!A11 'p'rfesent vbted it; a very ?-''? pleasant social evening ? anii ' the ' «^rsUeeess jof .Uie . Crib Party, to. be -')'*held on Tuesday, July 3rd, now ?seems assured.
EDITORIAL. The Electricity Zoning Madness Is Part Of A Foo's Paradise We [?] Australia Live In A Fool's Paradise! Asiatic Neighbours Grin! [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
ffiffimm-. Th» Eleotricily Zoning Madness W^SMlMka Live 1^, Fool's ifralse ! ^ or Asiatic li eitrEEours Gnni -? ' pgS$|f43bf4^nts c4»fo^it9 jsuffet !-*. |te ^#r the G/Ta3fofrft/1^ifi6hFhaving;; overfed -he bigMtiS, n^v cut off: the electricity supply to in an&flff&ijtfPlfl t«Vr!fefft#S OVM grown m^ppol^^nction&g/lwBe^tSyffiesS^iiferiwun^ dte(rictB (must suffer. Relief from the mad zoning scheme was 6i ?&Tih6W dotation, and to-day Boorowa,Mth; all other towns ! in Zone B, has experienced seyew^eLecJtjri«ity.-r«9tnctionB, _~ .-^ '}? . When Boorowa was first connected, with electricity— own -i-Jocal^MRcfeis©— local- -residents rejoiced in the fact that they would have an unlimited and an uninterrupted supply of elec to Burrinjuck for a cheaper and better supply. Wftri&dn#W$iftfi#r and bigger,«eBanding in all directions. TaetflHes»iilfettrsf¥ainraysr more?;tac^iries, morf homes,Jmore busine&TpWtoftilfe were constructed. The Iandi4he backbo...
THE EDITOR SAYS WHAT'S WRONG WITH OUR SHOW? [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
THE EDITOR SAYS: WHAT'S WRONG WITH OUR SHOW? Reports elsewhere in this week's issue of the 'News' in dicate that our Jubilee Show for 1951 showed a nett loss of £234/2/4. Even if we write off certain items as capital expendi ture and deduct £95 from the lota], £139 is still far too great a deficit for us citizens to face with equinamity. A close scrut iny of the expense account does not help us, for all items ap pear to be necessary, and it is doubtful if any substantial re duction in expenditure could be effected without lowering the general standard of the Show. Possibly, by cheese-paring, re vising and reducing the ' schedule, a few pounds could be saved and the deficit reduced accordingly. This would be helpful, but would not be attacking Che real problem — why is the Boorowa Show a losing proposition? Committeemen made several suggestions about increasing entry money, car parkin u fees, membership subscriptions, etc., and these might help a little to overcome the lag, though th...
ENGAGEMENTS . . . [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
[?] , ' ' HOtMES-COUCH: The engage '! ?''me'if'iis'annouhced of Morna '.'?'' ''' Juiie, sec'pna daughter of Mr. ''?''?':: fih'd.fe.d: Cbiicn, 38 Pudman ?''''?' Stifeet/ BqbroWaiV Francis ''' , ''(Jeraty, second ; son ; of Mr. ana' 'V ' 'Mrs? 'T.- Holmes, 'Aitoridale,' -! inTiifeieng&gement has been an mouhced: of Jill --'Maxine, young est daughter of Mrs. E. M. Eld : ridge, of- .Binda, and the late iiMr.'-Eidridge. - to. - Kenneth Max i welfy second youngest son of Mr. ??and Mts. C. G. Evans, of Kug -by.,..-,', .-. ,.. ?....- ? Mi.';' v f.'-vt'.'i' .' .;?? ? . ;? . '? '',',' ^ecen'tjy the (engagement was '..announeeft of ina, second daug'h ';^?:jHrs;.an4,the late Mr. A.. .,.;^oyr«f of Wyahgajji, to Mr. Max . , ,Bflu Wing. , ©£ 'Alice .View,' Rye it Par^',;,,,i:;;.',,,,; ,' ;. :.;,.. .
TOWN TALK 94th Birthday [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
il'ifiiiiiijftit »?«? -^'94th Biittday . I r 'CheBtertpn,''jB-)8»«»wa, cele^ * : .. ;brateg his i94th birthday on i',i ..iSunday-nest. , ; ..?;: .?? ?r,:-,,,, 'Dick,' who is still active, ;; i! hale' end hearty, is at pre - «;.;i-Bent spending holidays in ? Sydney with. his: two sons, ? Dick and Bill, who reside ?:.? at' Regent's Park. ?: ? Congratulations, 'Dick/' '?? i West Wyalong -Rugby Foot bailers play at Boorowa on Sun : day next. Notice the extra happy looks ''oh' the faces of the members of the local Police Force? Pay in creases ranging from £9 to £127 a year were announced last week. About 4.000 police pf-i fleers will benefit. ; ? =
HIS LORDSHIP ENTERTAINED BY PARISHIONERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
HIS LORDSHIP ENTERTAINED BY PARISHIONERS The parishioners of St. Patrick^ Church gathered at the Boorowa Guild Hall at 4 p.m. and entertained His Lordship,' Most Rev. Guilfred Young, D.D., to afternoon tea. Mr. W. T. Fahey and Mr. E. H. Lawler spoke of the happi ness of all in having the Bishop present on his first official visi tation of the Parish and assur ed him of the loyalty and af fection of the people to him personally and as their Bishop. It is not possible, in this space, even to give a list of the subjects treated by the Bishop during these four days ending on Monday, still less to quote. In all, he spoke fourteen times. These speeches, ranging from talks to formal sermons, given at tiroes . with simplicity, at times with oratory in the high classical manner, had as a source, common to all, the Bishop's profound knowledge of Theology, his rich experiences gained in his recent tour of the world, his awareness of the gravity of the present crisis in human affairs and his ow...
Auxiliary Bishop's Visit To Boorowa Parish ADMINISTERS THE SACRAMENT OF CONFIRMATION TO 90 CANDIDATES Most Rev. Guilfred Young, D.D. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 22 June 1951
Auxiliary Bishop's Visit To Boorowa Parish ADMINISTERS THE SACRAMENT OF .?CONFIRMATION TO 90 CANDIDATES *?» ? Most Rev. Guilfred Young, D.D. Over tti^ week-end, His Lordship, Most Rev. Guilfred Young. Dfft.-- Auxiliary Bishop of Canberra and Goulburn, carried out. an official visit of inspection of the Parish of Boorowa, - and on Sunday administered the Sacrament of Confirmatibiifto over ninety candidates. During ihp visit the Bishop visited each Church, met the local congregation, said the Rosary with them, preached a sermon; viraL at the request of His Holiness, whom His Lordship visaed recently, gave them (he Apostolic Blessing. He tlien.ip^^ted the Church building, it&g^p&ghuigs. vest ments and ;}-a£.ieed/vessels. On Sundaj^M tlieAp.'%ta. Mass, the B^m- was -given a formal Lith'o«^£,^:«§R-abii: to? the Parish. -.^Mim«u§l3*foir| mm cesej anadfas %r tjieifiishop; 5&1 exerc^^Iiltfi^tpiqistoiic^jd^J -diction iMufojQ,ltiie pTiests'anj act of submlssion%nd obed...