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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

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Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

Slades' Motors WISH TO ANNOUNCE to the Public of BOOROWA DIS TRICT that they have OPENED UP TflEIR BUSINESS AT BOOROWA7 in the premises formerly occupied by Need ham's Station Supplies IN COURT STREET. DEALERS in ? * ' ft STANDARD/TRIUMPH CARS. ft FERGUSON SYSTEM TRACTORS and EQUIP MENT. ' ? TWO- CERTIFICATED MECHANICS IN ATTENDANCE SEE ? slXdes' motors Phone 160. BOOROWA Phone 160. AT FLEMINGTON SALEVARVS ^^^^ no other salesman ^mcan offer the facilities and service that PITT. SON £ BADGERY do. . Yards right alongside the ? &ilway-ag0mBSBgPj-*~shady SMgfr well- watered M0Sj^ resting paddocks swimming bath for cattle ^t^P==p permanent handling staff 4M-£i3Mz2£ are the amenities that ensure stock looking their best xrai* when ' pfe&enfed to m/yBf&~* Wire 'PfTTBADGERV' for tracts. Pitt, Son sBadderylw «B3 Head Offleti 4 O'Connetl Stntt. Sydney ' pkffl STKEET, NEWCASTLE. BRANCHES AT BOOROWA. CRQQKWELL COOTAMUNDRA, BOUBALA, WELLINGTON, SCONB, ifc^3fc

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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MAIN ROAD TO WYANGALA DAM? 400 Visitors Support Shire's Move [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

MAIN ROAD TO WYANGALADAM? 400 Visitors Support Shire's Move Approximately 400 people who visited Wyangala re cently have supported the move to have the Sheet o' Bark-Wyangala road declar ' ed a (main road. In ,a letter to last week's meet ing of the Waugoola Shire Coun cil, Mrs. E. M. Bruce, secretary of the Woodstock ^Progress Asr soeiation, submitted a . list of almost. 400 visitors to Wyangala in support of the application to have this road declared a main road. The application was made by Waugoola Shire Council some time ago. j Cr. R. J. Hailstone moved ? that the letter be forwarded to the Department of Main Roads. The motion was seconded by Cr. W. A: O'Neil and carried.— Cow- ra 'Guardian.'

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

Here's good news indeed if your eyes are troubling you! ' Gibb & Beeman's Travelling Consulting Room is coming your way and you have this splendid opportunity of having your eyes tested fay skilled refraetionists using the finest of modern equipment. Glasses will only be recommended if you really need them. '_jmmL_ COMING Sff^ YOUR WAY... Gibb and Beeman's famous eye service GIBB MKEinif Next visit of Travelling Consulting Room: BOOROWA: Royal Standard Hotel, MONDAY, 2nd JULY. Ap&ointiinents may be made with Mr. J. Thomas, Chemist. YOUNG: Royal Hotel, TUES., 3rd July; WED'., 4th July. Ap pointments may be made with Mr. W. F. Gilbert, Newsagent. HARDEN: Carrington Hotel, THURS., 5th JULY. Appointments may be made with D. J. McNamara, Chemist. Box 10, Harden. A. J. BBEMAN — A. S. SKELLETT — Optometrists.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

BEAT THE RISING PRICES ']? illNjWCHASE . NOW ! B : Iladies* hosiery I HOtE^ROOF 'QUEEN OF HEARTS,', IN- ALL FANCY DESIGNS. ; SEE THE FULL RANGE OF PATON AND BALDWIN .; f, ? ' - :knitting wools i IN THE DELIGHTFUL RANGE OF NEW SEASON j COLOURS. i LADIES' SLIPPERS (WOOL;'' LINED.) A , FINE DISPLAY ' ON SHOW. \ PRICED at ? ' ? , ? £1/8/6 Pair. j . . _ _ . . ^ LADIES' RAINCOATS WITH CAPES, from ? £5/5/-. j SIRLS' AND BOYS' RAINCOATS i ALL SIZES, from ? £2/10/-. WE HAVE THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE ' Gift Selection i in town. you may inspect without i obligation: ; For The Ladies ... ^STOCKINGS .-. GOLF SHOES i --^M-ic HANDKERCHIEFS . . .; ' ?^?RAINCOATS . . SLIPPERS I CHILDREN'S WOOL-LINED . i SLIPPERS WITH ZIP— OR WITHOUT. : FOR YOUR Stationery Supplies See Us First. Our Stocks have been Very Largely Increased. ; MEN'S i SILK SCARVES At Prices ranging from ... ? 15/6 each. ; MEN'S 'SAMMY' SCARVES, from ? 17/6. j MEN'S \ RUBBER KNEE BOOTS ? MEN'S RUBBER DAIRY BOOTS. j O CHILDREN'S RUBBER BOOT...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

BEVANDALE PROPERTY TO BE OFFERED On Wednesday, July 4, W. M. Dwyer & Company will offer on a/c. Mr. F. T. Smith, of Beven dale, the 'Fairfield' property of 998 acres, at their Boorowa office. Particulars of the offer ing are to be found on bur ad vertisment pages. READ TO-DAY'S ADVTS. IN THE ?'NEWS.'

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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RADIO, STOVE DAMAGED CLAIM AGAINST COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

RADIO, STOW CLAIM AGAINST COUNCIL A Cunningham man has claimed £85 from Harden Council for damage done to household electrical equipment. He is Mr. S. Davison, of Cunningham .flams, and the claim arose from damage to two electric wirelesses and all the elements in his elec tric stove, which occurred when a transformer on his property was wrongly ad justed by a Council 'em ployee. Reporting on the matter at last Council meeting, the Town Clerk (Mr. A. H. Wil liams) said the mishap oc curred when a wrong con nection was made ^nd the house got 480 volts of elec tric current instead of 240. The claim has been refer red to Council's insurance company.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LAYERS CASE Petition Lodged For Re-Opening [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

[?] PeHrion Lodged For Re-opening^ j A request that the Lav ere murder case be re opened ig contained in a petition sent to the Min ister for Justce. In. the petition, which was sent to the Public Solicitor (Mr, R. W; Hawkins) the Governor of N.S.W., Lieut. General Sir John Northcott, is asked to order an inquiry, into the conviction of Fred erick Lincoln McDerinott, who was sentenced to death on February 26, 1947, for the murder of William Henry Lavers. It will be recalled that Lavers disappeared from his business premises at Greu fell. Although bloodstains and other evidence of an at tack having been made on him were found outside his store, his body was never dis covered. EXTENSIVE INQUIRIES Recently the Public Solicitor said he had evi dence which he hoped would upset the murder conviction of McDermott.. He and his staff had spent months studying evidence on Lavers' disappearance and have visited a number of country centres, includ ing. Grenfell and Wyalong. Following the lodgin...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Closer Settlement Essential To Australia's Defence [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

Closer Settlement Is To Australia's Defence Addressing the recent AX.P. Rural Conference in Sydney;, the Minister for Lands (Mr. Renshaw) stress , ed, amongst other things, that Closer Settlement was essential if Australia's shores were to be protected against the aggressors. First of the blocks from the seven million acres be ing withdrawn from large Western Divison leases should be open for application by next January or February, said Mr. Renshaw. Much of the aerial survey work had been completed. The land will be used for additional to build up small holdings, for settle ment of men with Western Division experience and for soldier settlement. Mr. Renshaw stressed the importance of liberal areas for Western Division settle ment. The co-operation of lease holders was being sought to ensure that new leases would get blocks with pastures in the best of condition. Dealing with soldier settle ment, Mr. Renshaw told the conference that the main legal difficulties had been ironed out an...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

Read To-day's Adverts, in The 'News.'

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOODRADIGBEE SHIRE COUNCIL TO PAY £475. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

GOODRADIGBEE SHIRE - COUNCIL TO PAY £475. Because cattle died after eat ing weeds poisoned by employ ees of Goodradigbee (Yass) Shire Council, that body has had to pay £475 to the owners. In July, 1949, weeds on the road near Goondah were poisoned by Shire Council officers. About two days later a mob of cattle on their way from Galong to Gunn ing camped the night in the vi cinity and it was alleged they grazed on the poisoned grass. A number of the cattle died.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Reply To Goulburn Council By Southern Electricity Supply [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

Reply To Goulburn Council By Southern Electricity Supply 'The Goulburn City Coun cil's discussions on the question of power zoning and blackouts, as reported, do not disclose the actual position.' This statement is issued by the Southern Electricity 'Supply, which is incorporat ed with the Electricity Com mission of N.S.W. It continues: 'The plain fact is that, at the moment there is insufficient electricity available to meet the demand. This applies not only to the Interconnected Systems as a whole but also to the Southern Electricity Supply area itself and the Commission is endeavouring to distribute the available power fairly to all the councils. 'When the Goulburn City Council does not shed its pro portion of the total load, other towns have more than their fair share of the blackouts. 'This in fact has been hap pening for the past four weeks. The Council is thus not merely refusing to co-operate with the Commission in the present em ergency but by its action is adding directly ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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GOULBURN COUNCE DEFIES ELECTRICITY COMMISSION [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

GOULBURN COUNCft DEflS EECfflClTY (MMBSIWJ Goulburn City Council at its. last meeting gave its wholehearted support to the Mayor. Aid. -J. B. Mullen, in what has become a dis pute with the N.S.W. elec tricity authorities over pow er restrictions in Goulburn. AlHAViruan -anr1nrssorJ t-ha 'lWnv or's action in refusing to co operate with the electricity au thorities in their demand that -Goulburn should have more than two blackouts of one hour each on zoned days. Aid. Mullen said he had made an arrangement with a South ern Electricity Supply official to have two black-outs but when authorities told him three black outs would be required, he had refused to instruct council em ployees to carry out extra switching work and had stated that he would adhere to bis - original arrangements. ACTION ENDORSED Following a lengthy outline by the Mayor of talks with el ectricity authorities, Aid. W. H. Hamilton said he knew the citizens of Goulburn appreciat ed the Mayor's excellent efforts to ensur...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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PACKED LUNCHES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

PACKED LUNCHES Lunch is a meal which should be planned every day, just fhe same as dinner. For those who work away from home, it is a great temptation to put into the work-bag a piece of fruit and trust that it will satis fy ine appetite. That is not sufficient for the body — lunch should- be more substantial and include a pro tein food, such as egg, cheese, meat or fish, some salad vege table or fruit and bread and butter. It is often a good idea to include milk, but this is not essential if sufficient is included during the rest of the day. When carrying lunch, it is generally the easiest plan to make sandwiches, although other methods are possible. For ex ample, a large-necked bottle can easily be used for salad veget ables and a piece of cheese or hard cooked egg. The bread and butter can then be packed separately. If sandwiches are taken, it is quite a good idea to pack them in a tin which must be regularly cleaned. Grease proof paper, alkathene, or sim ilar plastic material wh...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

LA£vS SPECIALS FROM OUR MONEY SAVING CAMPAIGN. THE PRICES AND VALUES OF THESE BARGAINS WILL NEVER BE REPEATED AGAIN ! BOYS' GOLF HOSE In Grey or Navy Last Day's Price ? 1/4 pr. MEN'S HEAVY QUALITY KHAKI SHIRTS With Single or Double Pockets Last Day's Price ? 18/3 ea. BOYS' FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Last Day's Price ? 18/6 pr. MEN'S PYJAMA PANTS Last Day's Price ? 12/2 pr. Heavy Quality Unbleached PILLOW SLIPS Last Day's Price ? 3/11 ea. NATURAL PURE WOOL FLANNEL (30 inch) Last Day's Price ? 7/9 yd. Heavy Quality White PILLOW SLIPS Last Day's Price ? 4/9 ea. Fawn and Grey Woollen TENNIS SOCKS Last Day's Price ? 4/11 pr. T. F. MOSES BRIAL STREET BOOROWA

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JUBILEE BALL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

JUBILEE BALL The Rye Park Jubilee Ball is set down for to-night (Friday, 29). Proceeds are in aid of the Soldiers' Memorial Hall. Pat rons are assured of a good time to music supplied by Doug. Southwell's orchestra, a good floor and a tasty supper.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END Once in a blue moon some thing strikingly different comes out of Hollywood to delight audiences everywhere with its zest and novelty. Such an of fering is R.K.O. Radio's 'THE BOY WITH GREEN HAIR,' a Dore Schary presentation, which blends a charming human inter est story with a stirring plea for world peace. This production, in color by Technicolor, which is screening this Saturday (at matinee and evening) is brilliantly entertain ing, weaving laughter and tears and sympathy into a shining fabric studded with remarkable performances. Director Joseph Losey has done a fine job in de livering this pleasing pattern. The film has as stars Pat O'Brien, Robert Ryan, Barbara Hale and young Dean Stockwell. plus excellent supporting play ers. O'Brien gives what is un questionably the finest portray al of his career as the Tdndly and understanding ex-circue performer, foster parent to a war orphan. Ryan and Miss Hale deliver strongly as a police psychiatrist and a scho...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RYE PARK NEWS Interesting Debate [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

«???????? t ??*?????????*?'?(?*???' ! NEWS | Interesting Debate An interesting and very en joyable debate and concert was held in the Salvation Army Hall on Saturday night, and all pre sent thoroughly enjoyed the variety of new items. The debate on the subject 'The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world' was evenly con tested, and each side -of four members put a good case. The musical section of the evening was given by local and visiting artists with instruments, and was followed by supper. ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of Rya Park Show Committee was held on Saturday, 16th June. Main business was the election of of ficers. The same trouble was encountered in . finding anyone to act as secretary, but eventu ally an executive was elected as follows: Patron: Mr. R. A. Armour. President: Mr. T. Perceval. Treasurer: Mr. J. Moore. Secretary: Mr. R. D. South well. Asst. Secretary: Miss J. Per ceval. The secretary requests the co-operation of all to make the ensuing year an even g...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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ON THE LINKS. GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

WawfcM&ks.-' ?' MF ASSOCIATES '? Last Friday's golf, postponed from the previous Wednesday, was the second round of the Greig Cup, and was won by Mrs. Flannery. with Mrs. Sullivan in second place. On Wednesday, a Flag Com petition was held and was won by Mrs. Thomson, with Miss H. Boucher a few yards behind as runner-up. Next Wednesday's competi tion will be an 18 Holes Stroke, the third round of the Medal competition, and 'Tyro' Cup. The draw is as follows: D. Bobbin v. E. Thompson. M. Young v. V. Williams. A. Edwards v. J. O'Donnell. B. Thomson v. T. Sullivan. P. Keif v. E. Fahey J. Wright v. J. Bobbin. M. Liggins v. I. Ollerenshaw. B. Lindsay v. H. Boucher. rj. r tannery v. &, .i/uwiuig. S. Thomas v. C. Perks. K. Costello v. G. Dwyer. I. O'Hara' v. R. Denning. E. Hancock v. N. O'Neill. H. Rolfe v. D. McCabe. W. Clements v. M. Corcoran. P. Dwyer v. J. Bonner. M. Donaldson v. V. Sams.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WORLD RULES FOR GOLF? [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

WORLD RULES FOR GOLF? Rules of golf, which it is hoped will be used through out the world, have been drawn up by a joint com . mittee of Britain's Royal and Ancient Golf Club and the United States Golf As sociation, reinforced by rep resentatives of Australia and Canada. The proposals are that the stymie should be abolished, penalty of stroke and dis tance for a ball lost or un playable be restored, and practice strokes during play be fprbidaen. Agreement has also been reached on the shape pf the putter, the markings on clubs and size of the ball — 1.62 inches compared with the American standard of 1.68 inches. When golf- players complain that crows have carried off their golf balls, it is not just an alibi for inaccuracy, as investi gation at Lake Albeit Country Club recently proved. In a search of a hollow tree on a property at Lake Albert re cently, 71 golf balls were col lected. Many of them looked as though they had just been taken out of their wrappings. A recent visitor to Bo...

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