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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

IT PAYS TO CONSIGN TO The COUNTRY PRODUCERS Selling Co. Ltd. 26 Bridge St., Sydney. G. O. Parnham, Mng. Director. WOOL ? PRODUCE ? FAT STOCK ? STORE 3T0GK

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROGMORE GRAZIER URGES NEW METHOD TO DEAL WITH SPREAD OF NOXIOUS WEEDS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

FROGMORE GRAZIER URGES NEW METHOD TO DEAL WITH SPREAD OF NOXIOUS WEEDS New methods to control and prevent spread of noxious weeds were urged by Mr. F. M. Cassells, of Frogmore, in a letter to Young P.P. Board meeting held recently. He particularly advocated the, introduction of a system of assisting landholders to identify noxious v weeds. * Directors pointed out that the Department of Agriculture- had available illustrated booklets dealing with noxious weeds of all kinds. Mr. Cassells will be advised to contact the Department and/ or the District Agronomist (Mr. P. Autry Hall). Other items of interest to Boorowa district discussed at the meeting were: ATTENTION TO RABBITS Attention to rabbits on his ''Little Range'' property at Boorowa was promised by W. T. Merriman, of Yass. An inquiry was received from W. P. Drumgold, of Boorowa, as to whether something could be done to deal with rabbit in festation on 'Narra Allen'' re serve. It was resolved to bring the matter under the notice ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

COMMONWEALTH JUBILEE ji 'MCK-TO-BOOROWA WEEK' ITINERARY ij * SOMDAY, 18th PEBlBUABY. SPECIAL CHURCH THANKSGIVING SERVICES -.. . ' .??'' '~ MONDAY, 19th FEBRtTAKY. ANNUAL COMBINED SCHOOL SPORTS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, 20th-21st FEBRUARY BOOROWA SHOW '.??:??*? THURSDAY, 22nd FEBRUARY. RE-ONIONS AND SOCIAL FUNCTIONS ? ? FRIDAY, 23rd FEBRUARY. \' BOOROWA AMBULANCE RACE MEETING ji * i; !' SATURDAY 24th FEBRUARY. \\ jj PROCESSION, STREET CARNIVAL AND ij ij SPORTING FIXTURES jj \' * ij l' Cr. A. 6. GORHAM, President. . ',- 5 G. T. QUILKEY, Hon. Secretary. ;?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

jSJMMM^_jMlwwwWJM»HJIJrlJLrOLPuO ' 4 a ? ? ?^snnririivxvVTVTaVTnrH ? ? ittti ????????*« v ^p :? ^EUgi Good Hews for ji ? ' ^^M !- f^^^ 'H.M.V.' presents a new 1.4 !| '! ^B &P* volt All-Dry Battery Operated jl ? J ^J'^ Radio that needs no recharging, no ?! ;? battery replacements for months and months. !' i ' «' Ji This wonderful new months) from each set of 'I -j| 'H.M.V.' -console radio dry batteries. And the !j Jj' gives clear reception, special 'H.M.V.' Economy Jr ji world range . . . without Switch reduces operating ji ?| the constant bother of costs to less than a penny ij ? j having heavy batteries re- an hour. Ji Jj charged. Enthusiastic j Another Distance Gmcr! j' Ji owners say ihey are getting 'His Master's Voice' Table 'I ? J.ovcr 1000 hours listening Model C21A All-Dry (lattery Ji I- time (approximately 4 ??Tw 't^ ? 5 v'l^ '' .', ? * .* \km Wave, 36 guineas (10/6 \% ,j hours a day for 9 extra in W.A. ). J; ji See and hear these new models. fFe irill gladly tleinin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

??????????????????????*????????«??' ' BUSHBY'S — FOR — GENERAL DRAPERY ' *?? .'STAMINA' SPORTS TROUSERS - IN ALL THE LEADING ' SHADES AND IN ALL £M ' STAMINA '? SPORTS ' t^ft-N^ ' COATS TO MATCH. f?\ffl| p|jfflki^' ^ 'STAMINA' DOUBLE. % Ji Iff Wg -wBh BREASTED SUITS, ui^al ^P WM Ready-made, in Fancy * miwil 8&0R Navy and fancy Grey. ®^IM M'/H Only a few left, £13 10s. w'Pfi TAILOR MADE SUITS WE CAN MAKE SUITS TO MEASURE and give Deliv ery in SIX WEEKS. A Nice Assortment of SUITINGS to select from. Prices range from '.. ? :. £17. MEN'S HATS 'AKUBRA' HATS, made with Plain or Bound Edge. In Fawn, Brown, Mid and Dark Grey. BOOTS AND SHOES DR. PURCELL SHOES— for Women! Made of Soft Kid oil good Comfortable Lasts, in Court and Tie shapes. McMDRTRIE'S SHOES— for MEN and BOYS. Many shapes to select from, in Black and Tan. MEN'S WELTED SHOES .' ? 39/6, 49/6, 52/6 pair. SHEETS ENGLISH SHEETING, made by 'Joshua Hoyle.' This is a first-class quality. Size 80 x 99. 82/6 pair; ? 80 x 90, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

YOUNG PASTURES PROTECTION BOARD , APPLICATIONS are invited for positions as RESERVES EM PLOYEES 'in the Boorowa area of the above Board. Duties consist oil Rabbit Destruction and General Maintenance of Reserves . t Wage in accordance with Labourers' General (State) Award a= follows: — WAGES ? ?? £9 3 0 per week. Vehicle Allowance ? 2 10 0 per week. Camping Allowance ? 4 0 per night Dog Allowance .. ... .... 2 0 per week. Box 46, Post Office, . A. C. ASHLEY, Young; February 1, 1951. Secretary.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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BOWLS COWRA v. BOOROWA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 9 February 1951

BOWLS COWRA v. BOOROWA Boorowa 'A' Pennant team ? journeyed to Cowra for the final match of the season. ? After a, very enjoyable match Cowra proved the winners by a margin of 50 points. The scores were: — B. C. Bcwler, McDonald, Bob bin, O'Sullivan v. Brooks, Rosser, Young, Ball ? H 31 Perks, Waters, Boucher, Clements v. Booth, Thorn, Jackson, Pardey 20 28 Laver, McDonogh, Young, Weeden v. Ounkley, Nathan, Collins, Pyne 22 32 Prjtchard, McCabe, Ox-, ley, Thcmas v. Mathe son, Dickson, Altken, Pearse ? 17 32 73 123 BOOROWA v. HARDEN In the ''B'r Pennant match on the Harden green, Harden were too good on their own green and ran out winners 92/51. The scores were: Denning, McCann, Rob erts, Webb v. Wilson, Sargent, Ross, Simpson 22 34 Irvine, -Jorham, LeFevre, Stuart v. Bowles, Brown, Dean, Dawson 15 34 Dowling, Clark, Thomp-. son, Adams v. Ross, Moloney, Sewell, Bond 14 24 51 92 CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS Several matches were played off during the week'end and mostly were closely contested. T...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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£49 AN ACRE Record Price For Yass Properly [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

£49 AN ACRE Record Price For Yass Properly ?, What is claimed to be a record price for land in the Yass district— £49 per acre — was paid by Mr. Bob Field, for 'Boiling Down' at auc tion On Saturday last. The property was offered by Messrs. Roy Bertram & Co,, on behalf of Mr. T. J. Galvin, and has an area of 264 acres, situ ated hi miles from Yass with a frontage to Derrjngullen Ck. There are no buildings on the property. The sale attracted a large crowd, and bidding was spirited. Eventually the property was knocked down to Mr. Field at £49 an acre; total purchase price was £12,936.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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TED ROLFE SHINES WITH THE BAT SCORES 93 NOT OUT FOR FEDERALS Easy Win Against Binalong-Galong [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

TED ROLFE SHINES WITH THE BAT SCORES 93 NOT OUT FOR FEDERALS Easy Win Against . Binalong-€along Ted Rolfe was in great form with the bat last Sun day when he made a brilliant 93 xuns not out for Soorowa Federals in their competition fixture against BinalongGa long. He was unlucky not to have reached liis century as time was up wheii the innings closed with nine wickets down tor 253 runs. Bcorowa wou the match by 124 runs., Boorowa batted first and after a disastrous start when they lost both their opening batsmen with no runs on the board, re trieved the position when L. Hyde and A. Duffy became as sociated in a third wicket part nership which yielded 84 runs when Duffy was dismissed for a well made 52. Rolfe was assist ed in his innings by Hyde (31), K. Hudson (17), J. Grocott (16), J. Ryan (12), B.'Hereward (11) and R. Bryoe (10), who batted well. Biaalong - Galong in reply were, dismissed for 129 runs of which R. Walsh top-scored with 28, closely followed by F. Hor-, ton ('20), C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

The Good Earth \_/UR daily bread and the basic needs of life will always depend on the Good Earth and the bounties of Mother Nature. . \ But from wise cultivation of the soil and the development of natural resources will come an increasingly better standard of living. Irrigation, soil conservation, fodder conservation, -rural electrification, scientific methods of agriculture — all important factors in improving the yield of the soil — have been encouraged and financed by the Rural Bank. When you open a cheque account with the Rural Bank you help make possible a greater contribu tion to National progress in financing major developments. Every banking facility is available. Coll and talk it over with your Rural Bank branth manager now. Boorowa Branch ... In Temporary Premises, Pudman Street Manager . ? M. B. McMahon IKE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative Grain Insurance and Agency Co. Ltd. Head Office, Sydney. And at: London, Albury,' Goulburn, Crookwell, Taralga, Braidwood, Wagga Wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

i A SPLENDID RANGE OF ... I LOUNGE & BEDROOM SUITES I NOW ON DISPLAY. J; | Also Just Arrived — a Consignment of j' Inner Spring Mattresses :j SecUre Now — Before Prices Increase. |! Available Now: \\ WHITE PORCELAIN ENAMEL BATH TUBS jl LOUNGE SUITE SPECIAL.— A particularly well '?', , constructed Three-piece Loose Cushion LOUNGE \\ | SUITE, featuring Sprung Platforms ? and Inner-*1 ; Spring Loose Cushions. English Genoa Velvet Cov- j' ? eriiigs. Outstanding Value at .. .. .. £59/10/-. ;! I CHROME BEDSTEADS.— AH complete with Wire '] J Mattresses suitable for soft or inner-spring mat- I; | tresses. 4ft. 6in. size will be arriving shortly '. \' | CEDAR BEDROOM SUITE (and Butt Maple), in ?! , the latest designs Last word in BEDROOM Suites. *', i SOFT BEDDING.— Let us quote you. Inspect our \' | rauge. j| ! INNER SPRING MATTRESSES, available in 3ft.; '! ! 3ft. Gin. and 4ft. 6in. sizes — by leading makers: !| ; Dreammaker — Heauty Sleep — Betterest — Etc. !? 1 __ i1 Agents for: H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

MONUMENTS ERECTED ANY WHERE IN THE STATE. '.. Additional inscriptions, Renovations.

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R. L. PURDY MONUMENTAL MASON Wombat Road, Young. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

R. L. PURDY MONUMENTAL MASON Wombat Road, Young. Gladstone said . . . ? 'Snow me the- manner in. which _a nation or a com ' niunity cares for Us 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-'

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FROGMORE LASS TENDERED GIFT EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

FROGMOfc LASS TENDpED GIFT EVENING A popular ytifgt Progmore lass. Miss Dfpi- Roberts, was tendered uhglft evening at Frogmore rapje Hall on Saturday, 27tV«iuBry, prior to her niarriagggtp/Mr, Jack O'Malley, of FfS^ore, which took place laBtKfeek at St John's Church ffof England, Boorowa ^Ipt - The p\ eninjS&Vwhich was - chaired by Mr?g^$! Elkms, was attended J»L a large crowd of well wMp&ixid the many speakers H&& of the high qualities jmspnlcie and Jack as citizenssnd wished them both ever3j9p»pine& for the future. m, Miss Roberts fE§5i&£ *ecip ient of manv SpipEul and useful gifts. S|r ? g-

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LYCHE GATE WAR MEMORIAL REPLICA OF ONE SIMILIARLY ERECTED AT BOOROWA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

LYCHE GATE WAR REHJCA OF ONE, SIMILARLY ERECTED ATBOOROWA Dungog's first War Memorial in memory of those who laid down their live* in the sfecond World War, 19391945, will be blessed and dedicated by the Lord Bishop of Newcastle, Right Rev. De Witt Batty, on Sunday, March 11. - The Memorial is a Lyche Gate of old English design complete with marble tablets^m which are engraved names of parishioners who paid the supreme sacrifice. The Lyche Gate is a replica of one similarly erected at the Parish Church, Boorowa, a memorial to the heroes of the 1914.18 War. The plans were drawn by Mr. R. Lindsay Little, of Syd ney. Specifications were drawn up by. Mr. R. Howard, of Dun gpg, and the builder was Mr. J.' Egan, of Dungog. The Marble Tablets were pro vided by Messrs. J. J. Edstein and Co., of Raymond Terrace. The work adds beauty and dig j.j'y to the almost century oil T rhuri-h aud provides an entrance i-. from the main street. „ A long range plan includes a pathway ' to the west end of ...

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Float Overturns On Cowra Road DRIVER DAZED-MISSING FOR TWO HOURS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

Float Overturns k On Cowra ifead DRIVER DAZED-MISfjite FOR TWO HOUjf§K A big stock float, loaded with horses?j|||p$f3e, overturned on the road between Boorowa m&MJjMfa' early on Sunday afternoon. JBfifei: The driver jsopareutlv received aJiU^S^^^^ I ' Mad.^ar^MMftfe'^ea^^n^'^M^^Pa^ ' was missing for about two hours-. The heavily laden float, with three men in the driving cabin, was on its way from Cowra to Yass when the accident occur-, red. When the neat overturned the animals had to be freed by cutting the bars of the float away with hacksaw blades While this work was in pro gress the driver wandered away, unnoticed by his companions. When they realised that he was missing they set out to, searcli for him and found him wandering, dazedly about an open paddock about two hours later. They righted the float and put the animals back on board, and then set off for Yass. LADIES' HOSPITAL AUXILIARY. Members of the Boorowa Dis trict Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary held their first mont...

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BOOROWA'S TRIBUTE TO POPULAR PRIEST Fr. M, O'Brien Farewelled RECIPIENT OF WALLET OF NOTES AND PRESENTATIONS FROM PARISHIONERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

BOOROWAS TfilBUTE TO POPULAR PRIEST Fr. M. 'O'Brien Farewelled RE0P1ENT OF WA11ET W NOTES AND PRESENTATIONS FROM PARISHIONERS A large and representative gathering of parishion .ers filled the Guild Hall, Booroway to its -capacity on Thursday night of last week, for the pTirpose of say ing au revoir to Father Mv O'Brien' prior to his de parture to Braidwood. Father O'Brien, during Jiis four years at Boorowa, proved a very popular citizen, and in recognition of his outstanding work for his «hurch and its people in the Parish, was the recipient of a number of pres entations, including a wallet of notes. Rev. Father J. Morrison, who occupied the chair, said they had gathered to farewell arid honor Father O'Bnen, wiio tor the past four years had been in St. Patrick's Parish of Boorowa. It waB his first Parish of bap tism since he came from Ireland, aud he was a zealous prfesi throughout the parish and was well Jincwn for his outstanding work for the church and people. From observations, ...

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STATE MEMBER TO OPEN JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

TO OPEN JUBHIE CELEBRATIONS MR. FRED J. CAHILL, M.L.A., who will officially open the Jub ilee Celebrations at the Schools' Sports at the Boorowa Show ground on Monday next, at 3 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

j kgHBgJ Good News for ?: j i ^Smi^J^^ volt All-Dry Battery Operated J ? ? i ^^ Rodio that needs no recharging, no ? ) j ? battery replacements for months and months. I| j i This wonderful new months) from each set of «! j[ 'H.M.V.' console radio dry batteries. And the !' I [ gives clear reception, special 'H.M.V.* Economy !r Ji world range . . . without Switch reduces operating jl j! the constant bother of costs to less than a penny ?[ i| having heavy batteries re- an hour. !? J[ charged. Enthusiastic Another Distance Geiier! J» I 1 owners say they are getting 'His Master's Voice' Table ' ? ? ! over 1000 hours listening Model C21'* All-Dry Baiiery !' !; time (approximately 4 RPTfw Raalio' ? 5 va!^' I' f, U^.,^1 A e a Dual Wave. 36 guineas {10/6 |i !? hours a day for 9 extra in W.A. ). !; i See mnd hear these new model*. We will gladly demonstrate. ? | 1 1 'HIS MASTER'S VOICE' ji I ? ACCREDITED RETAILERS a ? f E. A. DOWSE jj i MARSDEN STREET, BOOROWA. j- 5rWWWWWVWVWyWLVlVU%VWW^^ A. ...

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SECRETARY CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

SECRETARY CONFIDENT OF SUCCESS Mr. S. D. Bobbin, secretary of the Boorowa Show Society, is confident that Boorowa's 1950 Show will surpass that of last year, and will be some thing that will set the stand ard for future years. Mr. Bobbin has been going through a particularly busy final week in preparation for tbe big event, but reports that all arrangements are now well in hand. As it will be almost impossible for Us to obtain ' the names and addresses of all old residents who have returned, or of visit ors to Boorowa, we would deem it a favour if residents enter taining guest6 over the Jubilee Celebrations or others able to assist us in this direction, would send in such names and address es by mail or 'phone or call at the office as early as possible next week.

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