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GOLF PRO. COMING AT WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

GOLF PRO. COMING AT WEEK-END ? n ? Members and Associates of the Boorowa Golf Club are remind ed that Mr. C. Gray, golf pro fessional, will visit Boorowa on Saturday (to-morrow) and Sun day, for the purpose of giving tuition. Bookings may be made with the local secretary, Mr. A. A. Bobbin.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Edgar Corcoran Fund PICK-UP ARRANGED FOR SHEEP DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

Edgar Corcoran Fund PICK-UP ARRANGED FOR SHEEP DRIVE A final discussion concern ing the Sheep Drive for the Edgar Corcoran Fund was held at a meeting in the Council Chambers on Wed nesday night. All names of sheep donors were arranged in groups accord ing to the roads along which their properties are situated, and truck drivers were appor tioned to the various roads. Following are the names of the drivers who will handle each centre: * Kenyu Road Settlements: Mr. Beattie. Town Area: Mr. Jack Mc Grath. Rye Park Road: G. Fuller. Binalong Road: Sam Dunn. Yass Road: Kevin Dwyer. Cowra Road: J. Cranston. Young Road: Brian Garry Taylor's Flat Road: Dick] Kelly. Darby's Falls, to Frogmore: John Berry. Frogmore Area: Frank Holm es. Sheep will be collected on the Young Road by Saturday, 30th June. Donors are requested that, in the event of their sheep being missed, they make an effort to have the sheep delivered to Mr. Keith Dwyer, Boorowa. To check the names of actual donors against the lis...

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

WILSON BENEFIT AT FROGMORE The working-bee which was to have beep conducted at Frog more last Thursday week was postponed because of rain, until Friday, when a good crowd turn ed up to chop and cart two loads of wood for Mrs. Wilson. Mr. Clyde Wilson, is likely to be in hospital for about six months. Those people who wish to contribute to the fund should contact the President (Mr. W. Cassells), the Secretary (Mr. M. Holmes) or Mr. K. O'Neill. A considerable amount of cash has already been handed in and much more is expected in the near future.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOOROWA METHODIST YOUNG PEOPIES' CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

BOOROWA METHODIST YOUNG PEOPIES' CLUB At the annual meeting of the Club the following office-bearers were elected: President: Rev, C. fi. Butts worth. Vice-Presidents : Messrs. R. Bushby and C. Nixon. ? Secretary-Treasurer: Miss N. Irvine. Leader: Miss E. Gruber. The Secretary-Treasurer's re port was received, which show ed a satisfactory year's work. ,_ It was decided to continue the meetings on the first -Mon- day of each month. The badminton set has arriv ed and already members Wave tried their hand at this energet ic game. We thank a kind member for the donation of a new ping pong set and six balls. At the recent Methodist Young Peoples' Rally at Coota mundra, a number of our young people attended. Everyone voted the fun and fellowship all that could be wished and are look ing forward to returning there again. A Crusader Rally is be ing held at Greenethorpe over the Eight-Hour week-end (1st October). The next meeting to be held is next Monday night, 2nd July, and will take the f...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Grave Warning Issued By [?] Assn. Whole Of Petrol Tax Needed For Road Work [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

mmmmm^^ 'ritt .... . . ??_?- '-'.m^mxvff^ .*§f*i- ,'?'?? ? . . One of the resolutions carried at the recent annual conference of the Shires' Association of N.S.W., held in Sydney, urged that the whole of the Petrol Tax monies paid by road users be made available for con struction and maintenance of roads. '' Originating from -the Association Executive, the reso- , lulion stated: 'That this conference reaffirms its view that l^lie whole of the Petrol Tax to the extent that it comes from road users should be released for the con struction and maintenance of roads and, in so .doing, issues a grave warning that unless more money is made available roads will inevitably continue to deteriorate, involving heavier costs to road users. And, further, the Conference urges continued representation 'through the Australian Council . to the Commonwealth Government with complete support from every Council in the State.' In' view of the passing of the resolution, Boorowa Shire Council's motion on si...

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SIGN Of THE TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

SIGN OF THE TIMES The prospective car purchaser turned over the shiny pages of the colored catalogue in the display room until he came to an enormous limousine, obvi ously designed for town and chaffeur work, with a glass partition between the passenger and driver's seat. 'That's the one I want,' he said. 'Here's the de posit and you can send it out to the property as soon as it's available.' The salesman was im pressed, but he felt he should mention tlie price. ' The model is £6,700, ' ' he said.. 'Can't help it,' replied ,the grazier. 'That's the only one with a partition. Must have it. It stops the sheep in the back putting their cold noses down my back when I'm driving, ' '

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

!? A SPLENDID RANGE OF . . . . j! jj LOUNGE & BEDROOM SUITES j! ?j NOW- ON DISPLAY. jj ? ; Also Just Arrived— a Consignment of . . \ \ ij Inner Spring Mattresses ij I; Secure Now — Before Prices 'Increase. j! jl Available Now: - «| j! WHITE PORCELAIN ENAMEL BATH TUBSJ! -'? ? ' — — \ » t ~ ? *i ;? LOUNGE SUITE SPECIAL.— A particularly wejl 'I ;! '-constructed Three-piece Loose Cushion LOUNGE *\ t\ SUITE, featuring Sprung Platforms and Inner- \l !| Spring Loose Cushions. English Genoa Velvet Cov- \' J i erings. Outstanding Value at .. .... £59/10/-. j! 'I CHROME BEDSTEADS.— All complete with Wire !| ij Mattresses suitable for soft or inner-spring mat- J1 !| tresses. 4ft. 6in. size will be arriving shortly. J I, ?I CEDAR BEDROOM SUITE (and Butt Maple), in -| «! the latest designs Last word in BEDROOM Suites. *! I ' ? ' I 1 1 SOFT BEDDING.— Let us quote you. Inspeet our J! J| range. I' |! INNER SPRING MATTRESSES, available in 3ft.,. j! ? I 3ft. 6in. and 4ft. 6in. sizes — by lead...

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

RYAN'S BAKERY Cordial Manufacturer, Baker And Pastrycook SMALLGOOOS IN GREAT VARIETY. WEDDING CAKES. Wedding and Picnic Parties Supplied. 3READ DELIVERED TO ANY PART OP THE DISTRICT. Phone 35 BOOROWA Phone 35 0. J. STUART Builder, Contractor And Undertaker BRIAL STREET, BOOROWA. Artificial Wreaths Always On Hand. Representative for: FREDERICK ARNOLD, ' Monumental .Masons, Redfern, Sydney. Telephone 22. R L PORDY MONUMENTAL MASON . Wombat Road, Young. Gladstone said* . . . *^Show me the manner in watch a nation or a com : munity cares for its. dead and ?! will, measure with ' mathematical exactness the tender sympathies of its people, their respect for the : Vlaw; pi the ;tendv 'and their loyalty to high Ideals.' MONUMENTS ERECTED ANY WHERE IN .THE -STATE. ' . Additional , Inscriptions, ?- \-, \ ]^l\ ': ^RenoVatlons. ;. \^:-:$$ej£l. agents: 13, ^eig & p. j. slattery.

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

TABLE RADIOGRAM «*»-*,. made _ ? ivitlt all £fce £imer acoustic properties that only a cabinet of fine-seasoned timber can give In this very fine instrument — the D33A — we use the newest type of elliptical speaker in conjunction with an improved audio amplifier and the latest record playing equipment featuring the light-weight high fidelity pick-up. Result? True-to-life reproduction in a remarkably com pact instrument. So here is your new 'world-range' radio and with1 it the full enjoyment of recorded music of your own , choice. wJf 1 5 MASTER'S VOICE* Hear all the latest 'HIS MASTEWS_yOlCE' ' ' - £. A. DOWSE, \irMmh] Marsden Street, ^^*stl^*o^ BOOROWA. V^ ? 7, ? STRYCHNINE 1 HULLE'S POWDER In 1 oz. and 2 oz. Bottles — Obtainable From JAKE THOMAS PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST; P.O. Box 20. BOOROWA Telephone 175. ?' ? E, W. SAMS | LICENSED DEALER IN HIDES, SKINS AND WOOL BRIAL STREET (Phone 12i) BOOROWA. j|W. M. DWYER AND COMPANY: - - LICENSED AUCTIONEERS, STOCK & REAL ] \ O ESTATE...

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

COURT ; STflEET, BOOROWA; PERM ANENT tiirAVJ liG V: AND'. ?? -:'*?? , w--'.. j-!-: '.I'jM-- ffi'',- ?-?:' ????*??:? --. ???- --^]PKo»i(J16...'---'.-:-y- . ?:???. ? ' ?'.??. '^'????^.?\ '????-.; -;- ?;'?;-

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NEW INCOME TAX FORMS AVAILABLE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

NEW INCOME TAX FORMS AVAILABLE The new income tax forms now available, at the Boorowa Post Office are a vast improve ment on the forms issued in previous years. Simple to fol low, they give the taxpayer a clear picture of the amount of £.s.d. he will have to find to satisfy Sir Artie.

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GROUP 9 POINTS SCORE Cootamundra Leads In Competition [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

GROUP 9 POINTS SCORE Cootamundra Leads In Competition The Group Nine competition points score total reads: Cootamundra .. .. 18 Gundagai .. '. . . . 15 Wyalong . . ? i4 Temora .. .'. .. ... 12 Junee ? 10 Young .. .'. .. ..' 9 Barmedman ? 7 Grenfell ........ 7 Tumut ? . . 6 ?Cowra ? ' 6 Boorowa ? 4 Harden . . . .i , . . . 2 .

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SHIRE TO PURCHASE TRUCK FOR ELCTY UNDERTAKING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

SIM TO PURCHASE TRUCK FOR ELCTY. UNDERTAKING Claiming that it was not possible to carry out neces sary service, maintenance and meter-reading of town and rural areas with one vehicle, the Electrical Me chanic (Mr. A. fi. Pritch ~ard) recommended to Mon day's meeting of Boorowa Shire Council the purchase of an additional vehicle. Mr. Prit chard considered that a vehicle in the nature of a 15 cwt. utility or a 1-1£ ton truck was required, as a ladder, various tools and equipment had to be carried. As delivery of any vehicle was likely to be slow, Mr. Pritchard said tenders should be called as soon as pos sible. On the motion of Crs. A. A. Gorham and T. M. Craw ford, it was decided to call tenders for the supply of a 15 cwt. or one ton utility for use of the Electricity Under taking. The motion was carried.

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RYEPARK ELECTRICITY EXTENSIONS Work On Line Commenced [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

RYE PP( ELECTRICITY ftlMSIONS Work On Line Commenced Work on the construction of the Rye Park electricity extensions has commenced by the contractor, Mr. A. C. Poole. This was reported to Mon day's meeting of Boorowa Shire Council by the Shire Clerk (Mr. C. W. Kenny). Mr. Kenny said that in connection with the exten sions several landholders ad jacent to the lines under con struction, but not included in the proposal, have asked to be included in the scheme. He recommended that au thority be given for minor additions of this nature pro viding materials are avail able to carry out the work. The. applications can then )e referred to the Consulting Engineer for consideration. PROVISION OF STREET LIGHTING AT RYE PARK Mr. Kenny said with the extension of electric lighting to Rye Park, consideration might be, given to providing as a General Fund charge, street lights at corner near Public School, at Lagoon Ck. road junction (or in the vicinity), and a third light opposite the Recreation ....

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VALUABLE HOME SITES. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

VALUABLE HOME SITES. Since the sudden increase in home values brought about by accommodation shortages the town of Yass has been outstand ing for the huge figures paid for residential land. -Recently £10 per foot was paid -for two residential building: V sites in Yass, both of them handy to the main street; land £7000 was paid for a house about the same ithe. ?,.?????;. ?- .;:-A^v,R ??'V:. v

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COWRA SHIRE ROADS CRITICISED Pressman Says "Worst In South West" [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

COWRA SHM ROADS In South West' Says the Gundagai 'Inde- pendent': - ? The worst roads in the south or west are in the Cowra Shire territory, and the worst stretch is a six ? miles length hear Koora watha. ? It is so bad that cars have to crawl to negotiate the ruts, potholes; gutters and ridges. Gundagai people who vis ited Cowra on Sunday week for, the footballt have de cided after travelling this woebegone thoroughfare) never to complain about bad roads in the Gundagai Shire.

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NOT FAIR [?] Criticism Of [?] Attitude On Boys' Carnival [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

[?] Criticism MM V Altitude flf 1 The organisers of the schoolboys annual football carnival at Junee are hav ing financial troubles. It seems unlikely that there will be any direct fin ancial assistance from the Gountry. Rugby League or Group Nine for the carnival, which is to be held on Sat urday, August 4.. Some time ago, as the re sult of an 'economy' re quest from the Country Rug by League, it was decided to cut the transport subsidy from a half to one-third. Now, the Country Rugby League secretary (Mr. Dud ley Locke) had informed the organisers that the poor fin ancial result from the Coun try v. City match has meant that the League cannot make ' any contributions towards any of the carnivals. Even the provision of pennants, it is suggested, is going to make serious inroads into the finances of the League. Mr. Lopke indicated that an application had been made to the N.S.W. Rugby League for a £1000 grant, but unless this wag received assistance could not be considered for countr...

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FODDER SHORTAGE IS ACUTE Minister's Appeal To Producers [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

FODDER SHORTAGE IS ACUTE Minister's Appeal ,7 To Producers % ? 'Now that there has been a break in the weather, with the greater part of the State somewhat improved by rain, I again urge all prim ary producers and landhold ers to plant any fodder crops they possibly can to conserve fodder,' said the Minister for Agriculture (Mr. E. H. Graham). He again wished to emphasise the terrific shortage of conserv ed fodder in Australia to-day, and the distress and chaos that would occur if sufficient conserv ed fodder was not available to carry stock through a drought which could be just around the corner, said ' Mr. Graham. 'I appreciate the difficulties caused by the shortage of labor and materials which face many primary producers, but I am gure that, generally, the man on the land will face these prob forlems with resolute deter mination, for which he is well known, and overcome them.' the Minister continued, i ' ;; ^Droughts do not heejl ' our' difficulties and loss ^Ijyestock; and prod...

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

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

N\H/V\ I // As like as two scones Two scones may look alike but all scones are not the same by any means.. f For the most delicious scones you must use the right ingredients. Aunt Mary's Baking Powder will give you the best results every time. | For all baking — scones, cakes, MfclawE*?i55^ pastries, etc., Aunt Mary's Baking JH||||||gi|||P AUNT §35 MARYS jpr/ .: BAKING POWDER^^^ Ask for all Aunt Mory'i1 Pire Feed Products shadows, no delving into dark cwnera it ft* C.P.S. display rooms . . . thank* -to 'planned' lighting. You can be sure that your wool will look Its bait during lotting and inspection when it's consigned to f if ^£ COUNTRY Mjm W0 iSm PRODUCERS ^kW M W Selling Co. Ltd. ° ZfrKRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. CO. PARNHAM, Managing Oifcfor

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