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BOOROWA BUSINESS HOUSE PRESENTS VALUABLE TROPHY Saturday District Tennis Competition [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

BOOROWA BUSINESS VAU1ABU TROPHY Saturday District Tennis Competition * Messrs. D. M. and A. D. Crawford of Boorowa have presented a valuable trophy for the Boorowa District Saturday Tennis Compet ition. All tennis enthusiasts wish to tender their thanks to the donors .for their fine gesture, which should further promote more interest and higher stan dards in the tennis competition. The winners of the trophy must comply with the following rules: 1.. This Cup will be won out right by the first Club win ning the competition three years in all. 2. The winning team of each year will have the Club's name and the year of winn ing inscribed on the Cup. 3. The Cup is to remain at Crawford's Store, Pudman St, Boorowa until won out right and will be removed for the playing of the final match each year where it will be pre sented to the winning team and then return to Crawford's Store. 4. In the event of the compet ition collapsing or closing for a period greater than two years? the Cup will ha...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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IMPORTANT MEETING OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

IMPORTANT MEETING OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Members and all those inter ested are invited to attend a meeting of the Boorowa Cham ber of Commerce on Monday night next, at 8 p.m., at the of fice of S. D. Bobbin & Company. Business of the meeting is im portant, and it is hoped that there will be a good roll-up.

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"VERY ALARMING POSITION" Production Of Foodstuffs Decreasing [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

'VERY ALARMING POSITION' Production Of Foodstuffs Decreasing 'We seem to have reached a very alarming posi tion with regard to food production, when we aee this country of Australia having to .look round to import foodstuffs. There ias item ^^ » ?*te^^dedime^lii^8g»? , -?^uttiiMr^roiic^^^ sided at the annual meeting of the Burrangong IHsBict v Council of the Farmers and Settlers' Association at Young last week. Welcoming delegates from ' Bendick MurrelL Boorowa, Bribbaree-Weedallion, Har den, Koorawatha, Nubba, Tubbul and Young branch es, Mr. Cass said: 'We meet to-day at a time when it is up to us as produc ers and representatives of pro ducers to see what is to be done. 'No one will deny that it is a tragedy and a disgrace that Australia has to be k looking round for foodstuffs. 'Some people,' continued Mr. Cass, 'have tried to discuss the present situation by saying it is seasonal, but this, is not true. Large numbers of men have left the potato growing and dairying industries be...

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BOOK SEATS EARLY FOR CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

BOOK SEATS EARLY FOR CONCERT. ; Book your seats earjb at Murphy Bros, for the $rarid Concert in aid of the Edgaif Cor coran Fund, to be held li the Guild Hall next Friday qfent. A delightful projrrainml Jyia been arranged and visituii: mid local artists will appear, j

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TENNIS. TWO MATCHES CLOSELY CONTESTED RYE PARK'S EASY WIN OVER BALA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

TENNIS. WO MATCHES CLOSELY CONTESTED RYE PARK'S EASY WIN OVER BALA Two matches in the Boor owa District Saturday Ten nis Competition were closely contested in last week-end play. Rugby Hurricanes defeated Rugby Aces by seven games, and Frogmore defeated Numby by four games. Rye Park had an easy win over Bala. Results were: — RUGBY HURRICANES v. RUGBY ACES. Rugby Hurricane players men tioned fiirst: LADIES' DOUBLES Mesdames Platt and Burns v. Misses N. and B. Mewbura 2/6 6/5. MEN'S DOUBLES . C. Platt and K. Butt v. T. Hor ton and M. Mewburn 6/2 5/6. C. Mewburn and B. Collins v. J. Hafey and J. Bums 6/2 6/1. C. Platt and K. Butt v. J. Hafey and J. Burns 6/0 6/1. C. Mewburn and B. Collins v. M. Mewburn and T. Horton 5/6 0/6. MIXED DOUBLES C. Platt ami Mrs. Platt v. M. Mewburn and Miss M. Mew burn 6/1. K. Butt and Mrs. Bureis v. T. Horton and Miss B. Mewburn 0/6. . . C. Mewburn and Mrs. Platt v. J. Hafey and Miss N. Mew burn 5/6. B. Collins and Mrs. Burns v. J. Burns and Miss B. Mew bur...

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RYE PARK v. BALA. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

RYE PARK v. BALA. Played at Bala; Bala players mentioned first: LADIES' DOUBLES Misses B. Croker and L. Rob erts v. Mesdames K. Gorham and Commens 3/6 2/6. MEN'S DOUBLES G. Carmody and C. Medway v. K. Gorham.and G. Fuller 1/6 3/6. P. Carmody and J. Wales v. A. Perceval and B. Styles 0/6 3/6. G. Carmody and C. Medway v. A. Perceval and B. Styles 6/5 6/1. . P. Carmody and J. Wales v. K. Gorham and G. Fuller 0/6 1/6. ' MIXED DOUBLES G. Carmody and Miss B. Crok er v. G. Fuller and Mrs. Com mens 6/4. C. Medway and Miss L. Roberts v. K. Gorham and Mrs. Gor ham 0/6. J. Wales and Miss B. Croker v. B. Styles and Mrs. Commens 3/6. P. Carmody and Miss L. Rob erts v. A. Perceval and Mrs. Gorham 2/6. G. Carmody and, Miss B. Croker v. K. Gorham and Mrs. Gor ham 6/5. C. Medway and Miss L. Roberts v. G. Fuller and Mrs. Com mens 2/6. J. Wales and Miss B. Croker v. A. Perceval and Mrs. Gor ham 2/6. P. Carmody and Miss L. Rob erts v. B. Styles and Mrs. Commens 2/6. Scores: Rye Park, 14 sets 99 games; ...

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FROGMORE v. NUMBY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

FROGMORE v. NUMBY Played at Numby; Numby players mentioned first: LADIES DOUBLES Mrs. R. Gorham and Miss E. Roberts v. Mrs. W. Banks and Mrs. H. Corcoran 0/6 3/6. 1 MEN'S DOUBLES O. Roberts and H. Ford v. W. Banks and H. Corcoran 3/6 0/6. P. and C. Roberts v. J. Sparkes and K. O'Neill 6/2 6/3. O. Roberts and H. Ford v. J. Sparkes and K. O'Neill 6/4 5/6. P. and C. Roberts v. W. Banks and H. Corcoran 6/4 6/1. MIXED DOUBLES O. Roberts and Miss E. Rob erts v. W. Banks and Mrs. H. Corcoran 6/4. H. Ford and Mrs. R. Gorham v. H. Corcoran and Mrs. W. Banks 6/5. P. Roberts and Miss E. Roberts v. J. Sparkes and Mrs. Cor coran 4/6. C. Roberts and Mrs. R. Gorham v. K. O'Neill and Mrs. W. Banks 4/6. O. Roberts and Miss E. Rob erts v. H. Corcoran and Mrs. H. Corcoran 6/4. H. Ford and Mrs. R. Gorham v. W. Banks and Mrs. H. Cor coran 2/6. ? ?? P. Roberts and Miss E. Rob erts v. K. O'Neill and Mrs. W. Banks 6/1. C. Roberts and Mrs. R. Gorham v. J. Sparkes and Mrs. H. Corcoran 3/6. ? Scores: Frogmore...

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YOUNG BOOROWA ELECTRICIAN DIED FROM EFFECTS OF INJURIES ACCIDENTLY RECEIVED CORONER'S FINDING AT INQUIRY INTO DEATH OF LATE JOHN NEWLING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

YOUNG BOOROWA ELECTRICIAN DIED FROM EFFECTS OF INJURIES ACCIDENTLY RECEIVED CORONER'S FINDING AT INQUIRY INTO DEATH Of LATE JOHN NEWLING At the Boorowa Court House last Friday morning the District Coroner. (Mr. A. P. Webb) held an inquiry into the death of John Newling, an electrician em ployed by Boorowa Shire Council, who was killed wljen he fell from a ladder against an electric light pole at Boorowa. The Coroner returned a finding that Newling died from the effects of injuries he accidentally received through falling from a ladder. Mr. Webb expressed his deepest sympathy with the bereaved relatives, and extended his thanks ' to the Boorowa Police for the assistance they had rendered. Dr. I. L. Keif, Government Medical Officer, of Boorowa, said that shortly after 3.30 p.m on May' 30, he was called to the corner of Brial and Farm Sts., where he made an examination of a man then lying on the ground. He found him to be almost moribond with blood escaping from his nose and mouth, his...

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WORLD'S STRANGEST WHEAT CROP TO BE SCREENED AT THE BOOROWA METHODIST CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

WORLD'S STRANGEST WHEAT CROP TO BE SCREENED AT THE BOOROWA METHODIST CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY The America! Weekly: It was back in September 26th, 1940. that the Quarker miller, Perry Hayden, of Tecumsek (Mich.). With him were twelve boys, and out into the open country, in the corner of a field, they prepared to plant the world's strangest wheat crop. They spaded and levelled a plot four feet by. eight feet, and the boys sowed a cubic inch of wheat (860 seeds) in twelve little rows; and this marked the beginning of an ex periment which to-day has world wide significance. 'Bless this sowing, Lord, and make Thy face to shine upon it.' the Midwest miller prayed, and he promised to give a tenth, or a .tithe of the harvest to the Lord's work. He promised to sow the remaining nine-tenths, and from the second harvest give back a tenth— and so on for six years. The Lorddid bless that sow ing- and His face shone upon that little corner of Michegan. In the sixth year the wheat yield that had been fo...

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BINALONG C.W.A. PLAN A FETE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

BINALONG C.W.A. PLAN A FETE The Binalong C.W.A. plan ned a gala fete for August when they held their month ly meeting recently. Among (tie attractions will be a Baby Show and a' cooking competition. Members will also cater for the Diggers' Ball in August, and a good attendance at the next meeting is urged. j,

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P.P. BOARD TO MEET RABBIT AUTHORITY LOCAL MATTERS DEAT WITH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

MEET RABBIT AUTHORITY LOCAL MATTERS DEAT WITH Directors and staff of the Young P.P. Board will meet members of the Rabbit Destruction Authority at Forbes on July 10, to dis cuss Hie relationship be tween the new authority and P.P. Boards. A letter of invitation, from the De partment of Agriculture, was received at Friday's Board meeting. PERMISSION TO GRAZE STOCK Mr. C. BouWing, of Frogmore, sought permission to graze stock on the Kenyu reserve in return for doing rabbit erad ication work on the reserve. E. Whittaker, of Nullabean, Frogmore, requested overnight grazing rights for the same reserve. Rabbit Inspector G. Bell in formed the Board that Mr. Whittaker's property adjoined the reserve on three sides, and that he had effectively con trolled rabbits on his property. It was decided that a 'gen- tleman's agreement' should be made with Mr. Whittaker con cerning the grazing of stock on this reserve. LEASE OF RESERVE C. J. Fogarty, of Phil's Creek, Rye Park, asked that he be allowed...

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RYE PARK NEWS JUBILEE BALL A GRAND SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

I NEWS j JUBILEE BALL A GRAND - SUCCESS.. ? The Jubilee Ball held on Friday night in aid of Hall Fundff, was a grand suc cess. The Hall has been newly painted inside and the cream walls are a great improve ment. Also, new curtains. for wns onage liavc UCCI1 JJUIUUOOCU, and they have greatly enhan ced the general aspect. The Hall was prettily decor ated with multi - coloured streamers, and wall vases filled ?with, creepers and ferns were a very decorative touch. Small flags 'at the back of the stage added the Jubilee effect. The orchestra was in gbod fettle, and obliged readily with encores, with Mrs. Perks play ing the extras. The floor was in excellent order, and the supper very ap petising. The happy crowd en joyed themselves immensely, the opinion was expressed by many of them that more nights of tlie like should be held. With takings and donations over £50 was realised, which will assist materially, the painting fund for which the effort was held. WIN FOR RYE PARK TENNIS PLAYERS...

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

# RAD I OLA DUAL WAVE PORTABLE THIS FINE 5-VALVE RECEIVER WITH ATTRACTIVE APPEARANCE IS WORTHY OF IMMEDIATE INSPECTION CALL TO-DAY AT THE AUTHORISED DISTRIBUTORS GINTY * 01EARY PTY LTD. Phone 116. BOOBOWA Phone 116. ? , ? i ? __ THtMW WE HAVE LANDED A CONSIGNMENT OF SPORTS SHHtTS— IN THE FAMOUS 'CLUBMAN' BRAND. These are Fancy Checked, in !SQUAEE DANCE' Style. * PRICE., ? 29/6 EACH. V(e stock also 'CLUBMAN' SPORTS TROUSERS, WITH THE PERFECT CUT. WE HAVE MEN'S 'SUPERCRAFT' SHIRTS, in Plain and Stripes. Priced ifom'T.ZJ. ? 29/11 Each. WE HAVE MEN'S SOCKS, in all sizes— in Liberators and Majestic— and of EXCELLENT QUALITY. ALSO COTTON BLANKETS, in Grey and White. SINGLE ..:. ? 12/6. DOUBLE ? :.. 17/6. COME AND INSPECT NOW! WEE DEN'S 11 PUOMAN STREET, BOOROWA. TELEPHONE 4. TOBACCO White Heather Fine Cut Flak,e ? 24/- Cape Fine Cut Flake ? 22/- Clipper Fine Cut Flake ? 20/- Clipper Bright or Dark Pipe Flake ? 20/- Cape Bright Flake . . . . . , . , ? 22/- Robin Hood Ready-rubbed Fine Cut ...

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SOUVENIRING WHILE DRUNK Binalong Cafe Proprietor The Victim [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

SOUVENIRING WHILE DRUNK Braaloflg Cafe Proprietor The Victim A Binalong cafe propriet or, Con. Kosseras, was the victim of a theft by a drunk on June 6th, and the incid ent had its sequel in the Yass Court last week, when Roy Esmond Reynolds (20), a labourer, of Yass, was fined £3, in default six days hard labour. The articles stolen were one table knife and a packet of flower seeds. Constable W. G. Gay said at about 8.25 p;m. he saw defend ant with the goods. He was very much under the influence of liquor. At first he said he bought the goods from a man at Bowning, but later admitted stealing them. To Mr. Elrington: He was with a man named Davis. They had been to Binalong and Bow ning. The goods were found in the back of Davis1 truck behind defendant, Davis said the first he knew of the property was when witness questioned him about it. Reynolds said he bought the goods for 5/-. Wit ness knew defendant as a shear er. It was the first time he had been brought under notice for dishon...

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

Where else could you find a career that, as well as giving you the satisfaction of doing ,a grand job in your country's service; offers all these benefits: ? PAY — as an example, an 18-ycar-o!d Serviceman who has completed his basic recruit training (normally 3 to 6 months) is paid over JE3/7/6 a week, and — ? ADDITIONAL to this, food, accommodation, cloth ing, medical and dental care, etc., are provided by * the Services. (Special allowances for married men.) ? SECURITY — Servicemen get a pension or gratuity on retirement. They have assured continuity of em ployment and the additional advantage of specialised on-the-job training to increase their skill and pay. ? AND AT LEAST 3 WEEKS' HOLIDAY, with pay, plus travelling time and fares to home and return. Inquire, without obligation, at District Recruiting Committee c. w. kenny, Shire Clerk, Boorowa { ? If Unable to Call Send This Coupon ? \ | The Deputy Director at Recruiting, G.P.O. Box XTZ, Sydney | I Please send me, without oblig...

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

fAiTOtSON BRO& .. FUNERAL DIRECTORS lijgM-owa, Harden,-- Young. |i- 4 Head Office: , 1IMK STREET, YOUNG. ?:.W&: Personally Supervise All Q' ? ;? Arrangements ^ Complete, Modern Equipment. Funerals Conducted With Reverence and Dignity. Local Representative: ' p; j. suA3*teR|r/; :; Phone — ^ 183v; / Market St., Boorowa. Read To-day's Advts. i* The 'Ne*B.' j HAIR STYLIST *'' PATRICIA SHEPHERD COURT 8TREET, BOOR0WA. POE ALL TYPES OP PERMANENT WAVING AND LATEST HAIR STYLES. Phone 18. WANTED: At times you do want; then let the Boorowa 'News' get it for you4 ALL YOUR PRINTING REQUIREMENTS CAN BE HANDLED AT THE ' BOOROWA NEWS ' FIRST-CLASS WORK AT COMPETITIVE PRICES. JOHN OXLEY John Oxley, Surveyor-General of New South Wales, set out in 1817 to discover the course of the Lachlan River. .Following the rivcL-yfo'nstream past the present . , .,, *i-^eo^ r Forbes, he fouriathat it flowed into marsh land and, unable to proceed further, decided to strike out for the South Australi...

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TENNIS COURTS TO BE SHIFTED At Tennis Club Public Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

THNB COURTS TO BE Decision At Tcnfiis Club PuMic Meeting Following upon the Pro gress Association's meeting on Monday night of last week, a Tennis Club meeting was held with the public in vited to participate in the discussions concerning the proposed moving of the ten . nis courts. A letter was received from the Secretary of the Boorowa Tennis Competition, seeking the local club's opinion on a prop osal to have the cup, donated by Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crawford (Boorowa), competed for by the district teams each year until Won' by the one club thr^e years in succession. Other suggestions were also made in the letter. Mr. W. Banks: ' Such a val uable cup should be played for for five years.' Mrs. J. Sparkes: 'It should be in perpetual competition, but I would like to see some token given each year to the winners.' It was moved by Mr. E. Good and seconded by Mr. M. Holmes that the cup be won outright if won five years in succession, and that the names of the win ners each year be inscrib...

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GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

GOLF ASSOCIATES On Wednesday the third round of the Medal Compe tition was played and was won by Mrs. Lindsay, with 65 nett (also breaking her handicap), with Mrs. Bob bin in second place with 66 nett. The 'Tyro' Cup was won by Mrs. Denning, with Miss H. Boucher runner-up. Next Wednesday there will be a Committee meeting in the Club House, at 2 p.m. Next week's event will be the first round of the 'A' and 'B' Grade Knock-out Competition (match play)1. The draw is as follows: J. Gay y. V. Hill. B. Dwyer v. I. Ollerenshaw. H. Boucher v. A. Edwards. T. Sullivan v. B. Lindsay. M. Dwyer v. E. Dowling. E. Flannery v. R. Denning. I. O'Hara v. H. Rolfe. J. O'Donnell v. M. Young. J Bonner v. J. Wright. , E. Thompson v. P. Keif. D.. Bobbin v. B. Thomson. S. Thomas v. C. Perks. . D. McCabe v. E^ajj^oct, - W. Clement^1 v,™i^eill.

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WIN FOR BOOROWA METHODIST Match Against Rye Park Welcome [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

WIN FOR BOOROWA METHODIST Hatch Against Rye Park Welcome A match was played on the Boorowa Methodist Ten nis Courts when Rye Park Welcome Club journeyed there for a friendly game. Boorowa Methodists proved the victors by 12 sets to 7 sets. Following are the scores, Rye Park players mentioned first: MEN'S DOUBLES J. Noakes and D. Perks v. M. Croker and K. Mackie 6/0; v. Rev. Buttsworth and N. Alchin 3/6; v Ron Chudleigh and M. Clark 6/4. J. Frost and C. Stillwell v. Rev. Buttsworth and N. Alchin 5/6; v. R. Chudleigh and M. Clark 6/5; v. M. Croker and R. Mackie 4/6. G. Moorby and C Russell v. R Chudleigh and M. Clark 6/3; v. Rev. Buttsworth and N. Alchin 5/6; v. M. Croker & i Mackie 1/6. LADIES' DOUBLES Mrs. G. Moorby and Mrs. -J. Noakes v. Miss J. Perks and Miss N. Irvine 3/6;; v. Mrs. Mackie and Miss N. Irvine 4/6. MIXED DOUBLES J. Noakes and Miss F. Clark v M. Croker and Miss J. Perks 2/6. D. Perks and Mrs. G. Moorby v K. Mackie and Miss N. Irvine 5/6. J. Frost and Miss N. ...

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

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