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

BUSHBY^S GENERAL ^DRAPERY ? . 'STAMINA' SPORTS TROUSERS - .IN ALL THE LEADING -». SHADES AND IN ALL , CM CT7PO r& t / *' Rrli&ififRr fO- ) *LJ- I 'STAMINA' SPORTS Wkir'l?} ' STAMINA ' DOUBLE. ^M /W |f§F JBgU BREASTED SUITS, 1^1 jK HH Ready-made, in Fancy \|l^^| Mml Navy and Fancy Grey. ®^P^l JUiif Only a few left, £13 10s. flliilii 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 'DarJ&Grey. \ BOOTS AND '.??' SHOES DR. PURCELL SHOES— for Women!. Made of Soft Kid on good Comfortable Lasts, in Gourt and Tie shapes. McMURTRIE'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, 75/- pair. * . WE E...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Boorowa Show Next Week Officals Expect Record Attendance SPLENDID ENTRIES IN ALL CLASSES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

Boorowa Show Next Week Officals Expect Record Attendance ^ SPLENDID ENTRIES IN ALL CLASSES, « Next Tuesday and Wednesday, the Boorowa P. A. and H. Association will con fidently present to the public of Boorowa and diitrict the 62nd Annual Show.^ Judging by the splendid entries in all sections, this Show will surpass all preyions^ efforts, and will mirror truly the results of three good seasons in this, one of the' best districts anywhere in Australia. The 'Boorowa News,'' in keeping with the occa sion, to-day gives a special write-up, and at the same time a sincere appeal is made to the people of town and district to rally behind the officials and committee dud make this a really super effort. After all,. it is your Show, and on you alone de pends its success! The committee deserves every en couragement you can give them. ? For sixty-two years now Boorowa has been stag ing an animal exhibition, and we have always prided 'dfr^eiyes on th,e fabt tkat^the display was a true ?V$B$x. of ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Jubilee Celebrations Plans Set For Gala Week [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

Jubilee Celebrations Plans Set For Gala Week A meeting of the Committee controlling the Jubilee Week Celebrations was held at the Council Chambers on Monday night last, when many arrangements were finalised. A bright and appealing programme has been ar ranged by the energetic ccminiittee controlling the' various functions for the week which will commence on Sunday next with special services in all churches to commemorate Uie 50th Anniversary of Australian Federation-. The week, which concludes on the fol lowing Saturday, should provide a feast of entertain ment for young and old in the annals of Boorowa's history. A letter from the Boorowa Shire Council was read granting authority to close Marsden St. between Queeu and Pudman Streets between the hours of 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., and from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Saturday, 24th February. PUBLICITY* No official report was forth-, coming from the Publicity Com mittee, but it is understood that attempts are being made to se cure Fox Movietone to c...

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

ffflfpii&.-jK'; '.-:?:? =''-w^'- ?'..?-;..-.. ?'-'-.,* j|«BW SHIPMENT of j I STEW ART CRYSTAL II Now on Display at STRIBLEY'S OF BOOROWA. FOR PULL VALUE AND SATISFACTION.

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THIEVING CHARGE YOUNG MAN REMANDED AT BOOROWA COURT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

THIEVING CHARGE YOUNG MAN REMANDED £T BOOROWA COURT Before Mr. J Thomson, J.P., at Boorowa Court on Tuesday morning last, Ronald Joseph Daley, of Limfc Kiln, Galong, was charged with stealing a .22 single rifle, the property of James Henry Hughston, of Boorowa, valued at £5. Constable B. C. Tieruey asked foi\,a remand so that defendant 's records could be obtained. He stated that the defendant was well-known for this type of of fence. ? . . Defendant asked for bail. Const. Tierney offered no ob jection to it being allowed. Defendant was remanded to appear at Boorowa Court of Petty Sessions on March 1 . Bail was allowed at £10.

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Rat Causes Child's Death From Poison [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

Rat Causes Child's Death From Poison Police, reconstructing the happening in an open wheat shed on Wjillawong Station, Murringo, believe that a rat, while gnawing the cork in a bottle of strychnine, knocked the bottle to the ground from its place in the rafters and a three-year-old girl ate some of the spilled contents which caused the child's death. The fatality occurred on Saturday afternoon. The deceased, Eileen Keir, and her sister, Kathleen, were playing iu the shed which is about 20 yards from the cottage occupied! by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Keir. Mrs. Keir first. noticed Eileen running towards the home, frothing from the mouth1. Ttoe mother rendered first aid and, while Mr. Keir rode to the sta tion homestead four miles away to phone a doctor, Mrs, Keir set off, witih her daughter in a motor lorry in the direction of Young, but it is believed that the child died on the way. She was dead when admitted to Young District Hospital. Kathleen told Young Police she didn't...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

AFTERNOON TEA , Aft) TEA WILL BE SERVED in the Guild Hall Supper Room on SATUR DAY AFTENOON- and NIGHT. February 24th, by members of St . Patrick's Ladies ' Guild, who will also be conducing Stalls in Marsden Clrej^auriug Jub ilee Week, penations of cakes, jams, friut, vegetables, etc. will be gratefully appreciated. Mrs. E. J. GORHAM, Hon. Secretary. Shire Of Boorowa CLOSING OF SECTION OF MARSDEN STREET TO TRAFFIC NOTICE is hereby given that the section of Marsden Street, Bcorowa, from intersection of Pudman Street to iitfertiectipn of Queen Street wilMfe CLOSED to Vehicular Traffifc on SATUR DAY, thfe- 24tff FEBRUARY, 1951, betfeeX'the hours of 1.30 p.m. to 9'*p.m., and 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Traffic will be diverted via Pudman, Market, Queen and Scott Streets. C. W. KENNY, Shire Clerk. Shire Office, Boorowa, 9th February, 1951. COMMONWEALTH JUBILEE SHOW BALL GUILD HALL, BOOROWA, FridajL 23rd February, dougVsouthwell 's orchestra. Double Ticket 17/6; Gent, 10/-; Ladiei 7/6. C. K. GORHA...

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LOCAL AERO CLUB TO STAGE FIRST TRAINING OPERATING ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

LOCAL AERO i3MM STAGE FIRST TRA1NWG OPERATIONS ON SHflRDAY AFIHN00N . After much organisation, a Flying Training School haa faen established at Boorowa by district enthus iasts and the Club will conduct their first training flights to-morrow {Saturday). Three instructors from the Orange Aero Club will be in charge of 4;he operations whicli will be conduct ed on Corcoran 's property.xm the Yass Road, formerly used by the Boorowa Golf Club. The Club hopes that there will be a good roll-up of mem bers present to take part in the lessons, wfhich they are hope-! ful will be a 'Success. A meeting of all members in terested in the Club will be held at the ground at 2 p.m. on Sat urday afternoon to discuss fur ther plans for the Club. , The Instructors comjng from Orange Aero Club are Flying Officer G. Campbell, A. McDon ald and W. Taylor.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

HpR SALE BY.WUjBUC AUCTION AT GUILD HALL, W?Xv- .;? ^;i^|^0Rl9^Mi j-.\* -?-?? ??? '?-'?? THURSDAY, 8th MARCH, 1951, at 3 w». ON ACCOUNT OF G, H. SMITH, ESQ. SITUATION: 5 miles on; Rugby Read from Rye Park, School, etc., which is 12& miles from Boorowa; 30 miles from Yass. * Telephone aow being connected from Rye Park. AREA: 900 ACRES FREEHOLD; Unrestricted Title! COUNTRY: Undulating to slightly hilly. Good rich black flats, suitable for lucerne, etc.; approx. '200 acres have been cultivated. Subdivided into C mfein and 5 small paddocks. Carries good grass* and a quantity of sub clover and Rye grass lhas been sown. Practically all suited for top dressing All timber killed with exception of 15 acres in one' corner. NO RABBITS. IMPROVEMENTS: Weatherboard HOUSE in first-class order; 3 Bedrooms, Lounge, Dining-room, Modern Bathroom, Kitch en. Gloria Light installed. Nice Orchard aniLfiarden ; water laid on to garden. Garage, Shearing Shedj/Bneep Yards, Dip and other Sheds. jr ' F...

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

BOOROWA SHIRE COUNCIL MOTOR TRAFF4C ACT 1909-1930. PARKING OF MOTOR VEHICLES. NOTICE is hereby giv«u that with' effect SATURDAY, 17th FEBRUARY, ' 1951, Motor Vehicles must observe the parking regulations indicated by signs erected in Brjal, Court, Pudman and Marsden Streets, Boorowa, viz.: — (a) Parking of Motor Vehicles on the Western side of Marsden Street opposite Guild Hall, between notices 255ft. South of Pudman StreelJ and 330ft. South of 'Pudman Street is ' absolutely prohibited; (b) The parking of vehicles over twenty feet in length is pro hibited between notices in the following streets: — BRIAL STREET, COURT STREET. PUDMAN STREET and MARSDEN STREET. (c) Parking of motor vehicles on either side of Brial, Court, Pudman and Marsden Streets between notices (except ? the prohibited section on Western side of Marsden Street re ferred to above) must be 'FRONT TO KERB' at an angle of 45 degrees, DRIVERS or persons in charge of motor vehicles failing to com ply with the exhibited p...

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

EMPIRE THEATRE (RESERVATIONS . .' ... AT ; WEEDEN'S STORE .— OR 'PHONE 72. ?? ' ? ' — THIS SATURDAY, 17th FEBRUARY. 'Every Girl Should Be Married' The gay . adventures of a bachelor baby doctor who wants to stay, single. Starring Cary Grant, Franchot Tone, Diana Lynn and Betsy Drake. Supported by 'Kiss In The Dark' A sparkling romance starring David Niven and Jane Wyiuan. Fox Australian News and Shorts. Final Chapter of Serial, 'SUPERMAN,' at Matinee. - ? NEXT MONDAY FEBRUARY 19 (School Sports Night). 'Under Two Flags' . A stirring adventure starring Ronald Ctilemaii and Claudette Colbert. Supported by 'Great Guns' A ROUSING COMEDY. The Presentation of Prizes will Commence Immediately After the Interval Break. ? NEXT WEDNESDAY, 2lst FEBRUARY (SHOW NIGHT). 'The Adventures of Don Juan' A thrilling teehnicolour epic featuring Errol Flynn and Viecca Lindfors. Supported by 'The Great Lover' The funniest picture of the year, starring Bob Hope, Rhonda Fleming and Robert Young. Fox Internat...

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

1 NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS \ I '? ? ' ;? ???'i.ri* 'xy.i-p'* ' - '?'- rt :'? 'i-'-' '? ' ''??-1 *'.?'?' THE COST OF. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS -8 1/6 FOR TWO LINES (Minimum) and «d FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/. EXTRA, Approx. 4* Words per 'Line. j FOR SALE TWO MAIL CONTRACTS BOOROWA RYE PARK fivE PARK^/fuGBY With or Without Vehicles. Apply:— W. PALMER BRIAL STREET, BOOROWA. Phone — 58. YOUNG ANGLICAN BOOR0WA BRANCH. THE NfKT MEETING of the Boorowa branch ''of the Young Anglican Association will be held at the Guild Hall on TUES-, DAY NIGHT, 26th FEBRUARY, at 8 p.m. sharp. All past members and intend ing new members are cordially invited to attend. R. CLARK, President. JUBILEE WEEK THE BOOROWR JUBILEE Cele brations willyoe officially opened by Mr. Sr^G J. Cahill, M.L.A., at 3 p.mV on MONDAY, 19th FEBRUARY, on Showground. G. T. QUILKEY, Secretary. REFRESHMENTS AT SCHOW/SPORTS MONDAY, 1*h FEBRUARY, fl951. St. tlfttriclt's Ladies' Guild have puVibJLsed the rights for Refres...

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

auaBiniaiidiMinHaiiiiiiiiHiitiuiiiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiitJiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiiuiii iSli ^ W^ Extensive I || Stocks Of I IliiiV )^ncl Boys' Clothing, | i Mercery, Footwear, j f ? Mfcadwear, Underwear, | I Etc. I I * I I PAY US A VISIT WHILE! j IN TOWN [ I v -AND- -? I |: Secure a Suit 1 1 | Specially Made By 'STAMINA' I ! . And 'HYTONE1 Corn's. I I: --* i I NOW AVAILABLE I i i I - at \ s MURPHY BROS. ! I- ' I I 'THE HOUSE OF QUALITY' 5 i . ss '? PHONE 55. BOOROWA. PHONE 55 = iiuinuiiiiiiiiiinniniiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiiiiEiiiiiHiiM BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. C. HATTI wishes to notify the Public of Boorowa and District that he has recommenced business in. Boor owa 'in ^premises iu BRIAL STREET (next to Mrs. J. Zickby) until such time as other premises are available. LARGE STOCKS OF LAMES, MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WEAR AVAILABLE MR, HATTI also takes this opportunity of notifying the Public that he has secured a LADIES' DRESSMAKER from Overseas, who will arr...

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

'NOSE-IN' PARKING Workmen of Boorowa Shire Council during the week erected the 'nose-in ' parking signs at various points of Boorowa's main streets, which come into operation to-morrow (Saturday).

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

LOST ONE WHEEL AND TYRE, oft Austin A40 Utility, brand new, I between Gundagai, via Book ham to Boorowa, Sunday night. Reward. Finder please return to 'NEWS' Office. Government Notices A' MEETING of the LOCAL LAND BOARD, wiU/J»«-«held at the Court House^Boorowa, com-, mencing at' i^O a.m. on 1st MARCH, 1951.— A. A. PEIRCE, District Surveyor. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SUPREME COURT of New South Wales. Probate Jurisdiction. In fine Will of ELIZABETH DWYER, late of Boorowa, in the State of New South Wales, Spinster, deceased. Application will be made after fourteen days from the publican tion hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament dated 16th OcipberylMTT of the above named deceased may be granted to KEITH JOSEPH DWYER and KENNETH WILLIAM DWYER, the Executors named in the said Will AND all notices may be served at the under mentioned address. All credit ors in the estate of the deceased are required to send in particu lars of their claims to the undersigned. George T. Quilkey, Pr...

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PARENTS & CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

PARENTS* CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING Quite a good attendance of members of the Boor owa Parents and Citizens' Association attended its annual meeting held at the Central School last Tues day night, Before business commenced the President (Mr. J. M. Thom as) extended ,a hearty welcome to Mr. W. Curtis, the new Head-, master and expressed the wish that he and his family would have a happy sojourn in Boor* owa. Mr. Curtis thanked the Pres ident for his welcome and said that he .was pleased with the school and also wi«h the pupils uuder his care. A welcome was also extended to Mies Booth, who was recent ly appointed to. the staff. PRESIDENT'S REPORT The President (Mr. Thomas), in ;his annual report touched' on the regretted departure of Rec-, tor Brown, who had long been a staunch worker for the P.. and C. Association. He also thank ed members and the staff of the school for the success of various functions during the year. He mentioned that the Headmaster had been disappointed...

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EFFORTS TO PLACE FOOTBALL ON A SOLID FOOTING AT BOOROWA ENTHUSIASTIC NEW COMMITTEE APPOINTED AT CLUBS RE-FORMATION Applications Called for Local Non-Playing Coach [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

EFFORTS TO PLACE FOOTBALL ON A SOLID FOOTING AT BOOROWA AT CLUB'S RE-FMffliATlON Applications Called For Local Non-Playing Coach .Efforts will be made by the enthusiastic new com mittee appointed at the re-formation of the Boorowa Football Club at a meeting held last Monday night to place the Club and football in Boorowa again on a solid footing. 'We want the Club ^placed on a solid foundation, and conduct football for the betterment of BooroWa,' said the new President (Mr. C. K. Gorham) iu mak ing an appeal for public support and the players' . co-operation. 'In the past,' said Mr. Gor ham, 'we have not had the public behind -us, and we must have their support and the . player*' co-operation to place the Club, on a sound footing. As it 'haB been, football in the past has been. going down and is now at a low ebb in Boor, owa.' In outlining the reason of the meeting, Mr. C. K. Gorham said that the annual meeting of the Club had lapsed, and five enthus iastic supporters had decided to...

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SCHOOLS' SPORTS OFFICIALS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

SCHOOLS' SPORTS OFFICIALS Following are the officials appointed for the Combined Schools Sports to be held next Monday at 'the Boorowa Show grOUnd: Judges: Messrs. R. B. Roberts, H. L. McDonald, B. P. Garry, F. Wright, P. Roberts, T. Bar ton, H. A. Crawford, R. Sulli van, \V. Weatherall and Rev. ?Fr . J . Morrison . Marshals: Mrs. S. Ryan, Mrs. D. Bushby, Miss M. Ryan, Mrs. R. V. Flamiery, Messrs. T. Barton, K. Wilcox, W. T. Fahey . Recorders: Misses E. Gruber, M. Scott, B. Sleeman, M. Coble, L. Woodbridge. M. Barton, P. Hall. J- Whjttington, F. Hurley, N. Riles, M. Webb. Assistant Secretaries: Misses M. Hobbs, S. Booth, M. Adams. Disputes Committee: Rev. J. Morrison, Messrs, W . Thompson and T. Barton. Starters: Messrs. \V. Thomp son and W. Mundy. Timekeeper, Mr. A. P. Webb. Please accept this as official notice of appointment. Pressure of time lias made it impossible to contact everyone.

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

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BOWLS NEWS BOOROWA v. YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 February 1951

BOWLS NEWS' BOOROWA V1. YOUNG. Young No. 1 B. Grade Pen nant team visited the local Club and a very close and in tere(ting game resulted. Each, team won one rink and 4h't third was drawn, the differ ence in the totaU being 7 in Voting* fgyour The scores were,, — * Denning, JMcCann, Pritch -ard^Roberts v Jaepriz- * t * js%£,€utler, Kyig, Jones 2i »* ;|3£ua*t^B!ack, J^UeK %. * Dowjing, Cbtt&f Bou^fer,' \ &-&* Adanis v * Merclwbt, 1 jglljR Paul, Mcl^b&n,-' Har flBg§f f he Club ChamptdngHpB ^a*-*' now well ad\anced and Hits weekend should see the 'A''r Singles and Pairs Championship each in the semi-final stage. Unfortunately, the 'B1* Grade Singles has resulted in forfeits having to be given in the semi-i finals: McDonogh having to withdraw owing to his early de parture from the district and Merryfull being absent on holh days. This leaves C. Gorliam to play B'. Roberts for the title. The closest game of the week end resulted in a win for Bowler, Weeden ...

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