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[?] MEMBER ON SICK LIST Ordered To Bed By Doctor [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

?P Ordered To Bed The State Member (Mr. Fred J. Cahill, M.L.A.), has been ordered to bed by his doctor following a recurr ence of his illness of earlier fthis year. He expects to be in' bed for a fortnight. It was learnt to-day that Mr. Cahill had not been well in the final1 stages of the exhaustive session of Parliament, but he remained in the House. After Parliament went into recess, he took things lightly in an effort to rehabilitate him self and when that failed, his doctor was called and ordered him to bed for a fortnight.. Mrs. Cahill said yesterday his progress had been satisfactory and already he was showing an improvement from the rest. She said, however, she felt it would be some weeks before he would be able to take up the full duties of his office. Mrs. Cahill said her husband was anxious to keep a number of appointments he had made for the Parliamentary recess but Ms doctor had ruled them right out. ? She said arrangements had been made for Mr. Cahill 's work to be carr...

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

STEAMED PUDDINGS . With cold weather conies a change in our meal plans. Now we find, included those dilhes which are higher in temperature than their summer counterparts. a Gel ntinp sweets and whiDS, while still popular, are more limited in their use and hot' puddings step in to fill the gap. „ This is where the housewife can find much satisfaction in preparing meals, for there .are many varieties of steamed .pud dings which can be served, and many new ideas waiting to be tried.' Steamed puddings are easy to prepare and easy to cookr-^ do not worry if you have no steamer, for an ordinary basin no more than three-quarters filled with the mixture can be placed in a saucepan containing a small amount of boiling water, and the pudding will cook quite satisfactorily. The lid of the saucepan should fit tightly but even so, it may be necessary to replenish tne oomng water from time to time. The basin needs to be well-greased and covered with a double layer of greaseproof paper, securely t...

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

ANOTHER SHORTAGE So serious is the nurse shortage at Harden District Hospital that the Board has been compelled to limit ad missions and the doctors have been asked to assist in keeping the daily bed aver age down to 14, except in very serious cases.

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

THE COST OF CLAS^IFJEp A0V£Rtl«|^ENf8 18 i/ft' FOR T\^^1^S (Minimum) and fid FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. ,tf O^KED 1/. EXTRA. ApptP^S Words per Line. FOR SALE VANGUARD. 1949 Salon, well srod, and in perfect running condition. Apply SI.ADE'S MOTORS, Court Street, Boor owa. LOG SPLITTING GUNS. They say that Bushby's, of Boorowa 'have received another con signment. Price £3/4/-. Also Blasting Powder, Gelignite, Fuse and Detonators. Nun* sed, try BUSHBY'S. WRINGERS for these wet washing days. They say that Bushby's, of Boorowa, have several makes of Wringers . Price from £4/17/6 to £9/ 12/6. GOOD Quality AUSTRALORP COCKERELS, well bred. Ap ply Miss Dorothy Southwell, 'Mimosa.' Phone 156, Boor owa. - FEW AUSTRALORP COCKER ELS, Well-bred Show birds. Aged nine months. Apply J. E. RILES. 37 Court Street, Boorowa. RIFLES. They say that Bush by's, of Boorowa, have just landed another consignment of .22 Rifles; also plenty of Am munition for same; also 12g. | Gun Cartridges. j AXES, Crosscut Saw...

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BOOROWA DISTRICT SATURDAY TENNIS COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

BOfflOWA DISTRICT SATURDAY TENNIS COMPETITION Results of matches played at week-end: — EYE PARK v. NUMBY Played at Rye Park; home team players mentioned first: , ; LADIES' DOUBLES Mesdames Moorby and Gorham v. Mesdames P. Roberts and r R. Gorham 6/2 6/1. MEN'S DOUBLES G. Fuller and K. Gorham v. C. Roberts and H. Ford 6/3 6/fi. B. Styles and A. Perceval v. P. Roberts and O. Roberts 4/6 5/6. G. Fuller and K. Gorham v. P. Roberts and O. Roberts 6/5 2/6. B. Styles and A. Perceval v. C. Roberts and H. Ford 3/6 0/6. MIXED DOUBLES G. Fuller and Mrs. Moorby v. H. Ford and Mrs. Roberts 6/4. E. Gorham and Mrs. Gorham v. C. Roberts and Mrs. R. Gor ham 6/3. B. Styles and Mrs. Moorby v. O. Roberts and Mrs. Roberts 6/4. A. Perceval and Mrs. Gorham v. P. Roberts and Mrs. R. Gor ham 6/3. G. Fuller and Mrs. H. Moorby v. H. Ford and Mrs. P. Rob erts 6/3. K. Gorham and Mrs. Gorham v. H. Ford and Mrs^P. Roberts 6/3. B. Styles and Mrs. Moorby v. O. Roberts and Mrs. R. Gor ham 6/1. A. Perceval and Mrs. G...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

IN MEMORIAM MARLAN.--In loving memory of my dear husband, and our dear father, father-in-law and grandfather, who departed this life 9th June, 1951. A life made beautiful by kind- ly deeds, A helping hand for others' needs, God was his heart, his friend- ship true,   Loved and respected by all he knew. Inserted by his loving wife, family and grandchildren. WHITE.—In loving memory of   our dear father and grand- father, Edward, who passed   away 1st July, 1950. Father is gone, but not forgot- ten, Nor is the good advice he gave; linger Round our darling father's grave. Inserted by his loving daugh- ter. Pearl, son-in-law Hedley, and grandchildren.

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

TOilWtK Miss Thelma Stammers un derwent a successful operation at the Boorowa District Hospit al this morning. Her condition, we are pleased to learn, is sat isfactory, and her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. * * ? Mr. Greg Moorby, of Rye Park is at present a patient in Boorowa District Hospital. ♦ ♦ ♦ . The death occurred at the Boorowa District Hospital early on Wednesday morning last of Mrs. George Gay, of 'The Laur els.'s Boorowa, one of the most highly respected and well-known residents of the Boorowa dis trict, at the age of 68 years. The funeral took place at Boorowa on Thursday afternoon. Further details will appear in a later issue. * * * Master Warren Carrodus, of Rye Park, had his appendix re moved at Boorowa District Hos pital during the week. ? ? ? A patient in Boorowa Dis trict Hospital is Mrs. L. Car berry, of Frogmore, who is mak ing favorable progress. ♦ * * Ninety-eight points of rain were registered at Boorowa Post Office during the past week, bringing th...

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KNIGHT—HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

KNIGHT— HALL. Saturday, June 16th, was chosen for the wedding of Barbara Josephine, eldest daughter of Mr. A. Hall, of Boorowa, to Ronald Edward, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Knight, of Boorowa. The marriage was solemn- ised at the Methodist Church, Boorowa. at 2 p.m., at which the Rev. C. H. Buttsworth officiated. The church was appropriately decorated by the ladies of the Methodist Church Aid, assisted by the bride and friends. The bride entered the church on the arm of her father, who subsequently gave her away. The bride chose a lovely gown of satin and lace. The gorgeous lace-trimmed yoke and collar was offset with a row of tiny pearl buttons and orange blos- som. The full-length embroid- ered veil was held in place by a coronet of orange blossoms. The bride's sister Pam, was chief bridesmaid, and a close friend of the bride, Miss Dulcie Southwell, also attended her. Their gowns of pink and blue satin added delightful colour to this very pretty wedding. Each gown was made wi...

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

WEDDING BELLS GOODE—GRAHAM The marriage of Colleen Fay, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Graham, of Young, to Vincent Henry Thomas Goode, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Goode, of Kaneiara, was cele-   brated at St. Patrick's Church, Boorowa, on Sat- urday, 28th April, at 3 p.m. Rev. Father E. E. Sheehan, P.P., performed the ceremony.   To the strains of the Wed- ding March, the bride entered the church of the arm of her father, who subsequently gave her away. The bride chose a lovely bridal gown of white lace over satin, cut on classical lines and featur- ing a round neckline of silk tulle with a Peter Pan col- lar of lace, and this skirt fall- ing into a long train. The lovely embossed three-tier veil, lent by Mrs. G. Butt,   cousin of the bridegroom, was held in place with a cor- onet of orange blossoms. The attractive bride carried a bouquet of carnations, Cecil Brunner roses and camelias, and also carried an ivory prayer book and a pair of cr...

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[?] MR. W. [?] MARLAN [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

OBITUARY MR. W. J. MARLAN The death took place in the Harden District Hospital on Saturday, June 9th, of an old and highly respected resident of Binalong in the person of Mr. William James Marlan. Though not enjoying the best of health during recent months, his death, after a brief period in hospital, came as a great shock to his wife and family, and his many friends throughout the district. The late Mr Marlan, who was born at Kangaroo Valley, came to Binalong with his parents at an early age, and had lived all his life in the district, being 65 years of age at the time of his death. He was the eldest mem- ber of the family of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Marlan, who settled in the district during the latter part of last century. Of a kindly and unassuming nature, possessed of a keen sense of humor, well versed in the political and economic com- plexities of the ever changing structure of the social order   down the years, he commanded attention as a conversationalist,...

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District Weddings Of Interest WHITE—BOULDING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 29 June 1951

District Weddings ♦ Of Interest ♦   WHITE— BOULDING St. John's Church of Eng- land, Boorowa, was the scene of a very pretty wedding when Phyllis, sec- ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. White, of Frog- more, married Colin, son of Mr. and the late Mrs. C. Boulding, of Frogmore, at 3 p.m. on Saturday, 9th June. The Rev. A. A. Smith officiated. The bride, who was given away by her father, Mr. H. White, made a charming pic- ture as she entered the church wearing a gown of white satin with a lace panelled bodice. A row of pearl buttons ran from the high neckline to the waist. The gown fell away to a flared skirt from the back of which extended the beautiful train. The back bodice was plain and the full-length sleeves were pearl-buttoned at the wrist. Her full length white tulle veil was embroidered in white silk and caught by a top-knot of white flowers. It was lent by Mrs. Noel Clarke, of Berridale (Cooma), who is a cousin of the bride. The train was held by the bride's younge...

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[?] NEWS LOCALS WIN TWO MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

*S»E NEWS jipGALS \yiN TWO '?' HATCHES ' l&oginore had two wins iaftt week-end. On Satur day they beat Numby» at Numby, by four games in a closely contested and enjoy able mfctdi. A team from Gunning Flat met Frogmore on Sunday, at Frogmore. Although Frogmore won 16 sets to 12, the games were more closely contested vnan the .scores indicated. Some excellent tennis was seen, es pecially when the best of both teams met. These Sunday social games are very popular and certainly provide some of the best social activity in the district. Next Saturday Frogmore meets Rye Park, at Rye Park. Team chosen is: Messrs. W. Banks, J. Moorby, J. Sparkes, H. Corcoran and MesdamesW. Banks and H Corcoran. On Sunday, Frogmore meets Boorowa, at Boorowa, in a so cial match. Ten players have been chosen. The local courts are in good condition now that they have been top-dressed with ant bed. . SCHOOL POPULATION The local school population has increased by three to twenty three by the recent arrival...

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EMPIRE FILMS [?] WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

Wen A^reird Jmystery film involv* ing the murder of a man who kt doomed to execution in the electric chair, is the unusually exciting story of Werner Bros.' 'MURDER IN THE BIG HOUSE,' which will be screen ing this Saturday (at matinee and evening.). In the top roles are Faye Emerson, Van John son and George Meeker. The story opens a few days before Dapper Dan Molloy, a convicted inurderer, played by Michael Ames, is scheduled to die in the electric chair. His lawyer {played by Douglas Wood) has given his solemn promise that the Governor would grant him a commuted sentence. In fact, Dan would be able to hear the announcement of the Governor's decision over his earphone radio set an hour be fore the supposed execution. Scoop Connor, portrayed by George Meeker, is supposed to cover the execution for his paper, but passes out in his at tempt to prepare for the ordeal. In his place goes Bert Wells, played by Van Johnson, who has been trying to land a job as a reporter. With him is Gladys...

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TOTAL APPROACHING £1700 FOR EDGAR CORCORAN FOUND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

£1700 FOfi EDGAR CORCORAN FUND With a jtptal of almost £1700 inthfe Bank from cat* donations, and an excellent yarding of fat «heep ready tor the sale next Wednes day* the Edgar 'Corcoran Fund ii now drawing to wards a successful conclu sion. Apart from the sale and Mr. B. Ollerenshaw's watch -competition* the one big event yet to be conducted is the concert on Friday night next- and this already gives every indication of being an outstanding suc cess; both from the financial and the entertainment point of view. Murphy Bros., who are handl ing the box plan, report that ad vance bookings are already very heavy, and they expect quite a rush during this week. Mr. E. H. Lawler, who is in charge of arrangements for the concert, has. been successful in procuring the services of some very talented artists, so the night should be a most memor able one in the 'history of enter tainment in Boorowa. Among the well-known visit ing, artists who will appear ^are. JTim Flynn, popular crooner from ...

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ONE MORE SERVICE BY THE C.W.A. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

ONE MORE SERVICE BY THE C.W.A. One of those pleasant, spon taneous actions which makes the C.W.A. different from every other organisation of its kind was perpetrated 'at the annual birthday party of the Binalong branch recently, when the mem bers presented a posy to a New Australian visitor who intends to become a member of the branch. Posies were presented to all the visitors, and to the guest speaker, Mrs. George Mack, a book and a posy were given.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

PRESTO ELECTRIC STOVES NOW AVAILABLE ' ' ? AT E. J.&A.PRIVETTS' POST OFFICE STORES COURT STREET ? BOOROWA 1 .mil..'. ' in ijuu.i.ii~.i = ON-aJEASY TERMS CALL IN AND INSPECT THESE STOVES NOW ON DISPLAY.

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C.W.A. COUNCIL DATE CHANGED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

C.W.A. COUNCIL DATE CHANGED The C.W.A. South-West Group Council; which' had been ar ranged ' for Young on August 14th, has been postponed for one week. The date of the Council meeting will now be Tuesday, August 21st.

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48 NEW MEMBERS Admitted To Boorowa Picnic Race Club [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

48 NEW MEMBERS Admitted To Boorowa Picnic Race Club Principal business discuss ed at the Boorowa Amateur Picnic Race Club committee meeting held at the Court House Hotel on Wednesday night last was the admission of new members to the Club. At tne previous meeting com mittee members submitted a list of names of residents who had expressed willingness to join the Club. Each of these per sons was circularised by the Club Secretary (Mr. Col. Dick son) and invited to submit his name for ballot. As a result. 48 new members were proposed and, as all were accepted without question, these 48 people now become founda tion members of the Boorowa Amateur Picnic Race Club. Anyone wishing to become a member in future will have to be nominated and seconded, by a member, and his name will then he submitted to the com mittee for secret ballot. Two adverse votes will mean rejection of the nomination. ?

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EDGAR CORCORAN FUND Excellent Quality SheeP Received [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

EDGAR CORCORAN FUND Excellent Quality Sheef Received The Edgar Corcoran Fund Committee 'has been very active this week, endeavour ing to finalise the sheep drive. They have encount ered several hitches, so have not yet collected all of the sheep. . So far there are somewhere in the vicinity of sixty sheep in the Convent paddock, but the lack of numbers is more than compensated by the excellent quality of the sheep. SHEEP TO BE SOLD BY LOCAL AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, 11th JULY. In view of the fact that not enough sheep for a truck load have yet come to hand, and the fear tfi'at if the committee waits until all sheep are brought in those at present in town may lose .condition, it has been de cided to hold a special sale on Tuesday, 10th July. The sheep will be divided into small lines for sale at ration stock, and the sale will be conducted by W. M. Dwyeif & Co. .aSslja result of an unfortun ate .afccident to his truck, Mr. G.: Sutler was not able to pick upv&e sheep on th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

'BOOROWA MEWS'1 TfilDAY, 6th JULY, 1951. ? ^ ^~^J - ?? - An.-. ?*.

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