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ON THE LINKS. RESULTS OF WEEK-END FIXTURES PLAYED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

ONTHEUNKS. a-»^ ; RESULTS (ffWM-IND FIXTURES PLAYED Events conduetf^in the local links last week-end consisted of an 18 Holes Stableford Handicap on Saturday and an 18 Holes Stroke Handicap on Sun day. The former event resulted in' wins for Jim Whale in tne 'A' Grade with 34 Points- and Harry Dowling in the 'B' Grade with ~ 33 p.pints. The Stroke Handicap was won by Athol Pritchard with a net 62. On Sunday last a large con tingent of Boorowa players journeyed to Yass to parties pate in a Social match with that centre and although the Yass Club were successful in winn ing the day's match, the local players voted the day's outing one of the best and thoroughly enjoyed playing on the Yass links which at present are in first class condition. On Sunday next the quarter finals of the Club Champion ships will be played as usual, play will commence at 1 p.m.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
NEWLING FUND Total Reaches £138 Mark [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

NEWUNG FUND Total Readies £138 Mark Donations received so far towards the Newling Fund have amounted to £138/16/-. They are: Previously acknow ledged ? £111 10 0 Cr. R. Kelly .... 500 Mr. A. Gordon .... 500 Anonymous ? 5 0 0 Mr. R. S. Warren .. 2 0 0 Mr.* O. Croker .... 200 Mr. J. J. Gorham . . 2 2 0 Boorowa Bowling Club ? 1 10 Mrs. E. C. Roberts . . 110 Mr. A. A. Bobbin . . 110 Mr. G. P. Weaver . . 110 Mr. G. Riles ? 1 0 0 Mr. B. Wilding .... 10 0 £138 16 0 It is proposed to close the Fund on the 14th July, and it will accordingly be ap preciated if donations prom ised be paid to either the Shire Clerk (Mr. C. W. Kenny) or the Bon. Secre tary of the R.S.L. (Mr. R. Ollerenshaw) by that date.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

GRAND CONCERT |! ]'- will be held- in the * ; || GUILD HALL, BOOROWA j; 1; ' on . ;, ..!,. | flawy next, lMiitfy f : : at 8 p.m. \ j: Well-known Local and Visiting Artiste : I; Appearing ?; Admission: Adults 5/- and 3/- (Reserved Seats, ; !: 6d Extra). Children, Half-price. - !; Box Plan Now Open at Murphy Bros. Store. !; i: (200 Seats Only. Available for Booking). \': i PROCEEDS IN AID of the EDGAR CORCORAN i ;: fund: ? .- ; I; L. Bayley and E. H, Lawler, Joint Hon. Sees. !

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

DUTY of a High Degree Sugegsts a Memorial to the Beloved. DESIGNS SUBMITTED, estim ates given. Graves kept in order by the year. MEMORIALS erected in Granite, Marbile, Tile and Granolite, in town and country cemeteries. r. l raw MONUMENTAL MASON TO'DSB PHONE: 4*1 YOUNG.

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STATE SECRETARY GUEST SPEAKER Binalong C.W.A.'s 24th Birthday [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

STATE SECRETARY Binalong tWA's 24th Birthday Mrs. George Mack, State * , Secretary., of the C.W.A.. was the guest speaker at Binalong branch's 24th birthday party, which was held (for the first time) in the C.W.A. rooms. There was a large number of visit ors present- including repre sentatives from Galong. Mrs. Mack's talk about her overseas travels as a delegate from N.S.W. to the A.C.W.W conference in Sweden held her audience enthralled. She told her listeners about where the conference was held, about the different speakers from all over the world, the entertainments, and the customs of the country. Glimpses of her experiences in Holland, Germany and England were delightful. VOTE OF THANKS A vote of thanks to the guest speaker was proposed by Mrs. Young and seconded by Mrs. Elphick. A 'penny' collection for the A.C.W.W. was taken up. BIRTHDAY CAKE 'Mrs. Mack lit the. 24 candles which adorned the branch's ap petising birthday cake, and wished the branch every success in future. Th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

WINTER .... ' i *??????????*?«*??*???«???????***«?«??»??«???»«*« ;r SUGGESTIONS ' frJm STEIBEEYS OF BOOROWA MEN'S HEAVY-WEIGHT, BEST QUALITY FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Prom ? 34/6 Pair. ALSO IN YOUTHS ? ..., ? ; ? 19/11 Pair. WOMEN'S INTERLOCK PYJAMAS AIS^NJMSHTDEESSES Special Price ? 1.. .... !_.. „.„ .... 26/- Each 'LUSTRELLA' PYJAMAS AND NIGHTDRESSES? From ? :..'.. ? ?. ...„ .-:„ „.... ? ?„_.. 31/- Each. WOMEN'S FLORAL FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Priced at ....: ? : ? ? , ? 33/6 Pair. . WOMEN'S FLANNELETTE^ NIGHTDRESSES ? --i *-ft&elfr«Hr -* : ... ? ^y^flft^ ..*:' ...:'. ? «8/6-aach. ' CHILDREN'S FLORAL , FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Priced at ? _'. ? 22/6 Pair. CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHTDRESSES Priced at ? 13/11 Each. LARGE RANGE WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S Fleecy Underwear ALL SIZES IN Silk and Wool Vest FROM BABY TO GRANDMA ! OTHER SUGGESTIONS! MEN'S DRESSING GOWNS, from ? 69/6. 'JANTZEN' CARDIGANS, Zip or Button; Tailored to Fit, from ? : ? 74/-. FLEECY 'CREWNECK' SHIRTS, All Sizes, From 8/11. ...

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

Boorowa-Hughstonia Bush Fire Brigade A MEETING of the above or ganisation will be held in the GUILD HALL SUPPER ROOM on SATURDAY (to-morrow), 7th JULY, at 3 p.m. Attendance of all interested persons will be appreciated. . T. A. CUSACK, Captain-Secretary.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

RETURN THANKS MRS. DAPHNE CORCORAN and family and MR. & MRS. G. CORCORAN and family wish to express their sincere thanks to the Acting Matron, Sisters and Nursing Staff of the Boorowa District Hospital, and all kind friends and relatives for their expressions of sympathy, cards, letters, telegrams and floral tributes and for their kindness extended in the recent sad be- reavement of her husband and their son, Edgar. Will all please accept this as our personal thanks. THE FAMILY of the late Mrs. P. Foots wish to sincerely thank their many friends for their ex- pressions of sympathy, cards, letters, telegrams, floral trib- utes, and for their kind assist- ance rendered during their re- cent sad bereavement. Would all please accept this as person- al. THE BROTHERS and SISTERS of the late Mr. Andrew Martin wish to thank the Acting Mat- ron, Sisters and Nursing Staff of the Boorowa District Hospital and all kind friends for expres- sions of sympathy, cards, tele- grams, letters a...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

^|NJJl« MALONE-HILL: The engage- ment is announced of Miss Yvonne Hill, eldest daughter of Mrs. K. Percival, of Rye Park, to Kenneth, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Malone, of Campbell Street, Boorowa. Mr. Fergus Downes, of 'Tren- ayr,' underwent a successful operation in 'St. Vincent's Priv- ate Hospital last Friday. We   are pleased to learn he is mak- ing satisfactory progress. * * *   Mr. Fred J. Cahill, M.L.A., will be available for inter view at the Boorowa Court House on Saturday, July 14th, at 11.30 a.m. * * * Miss Gwen Malone, who is nursing at the St. George Dis- trict Hospital, Sydney, is at present spending her annual leave with her mother, Mrs. Malone, of Queen Street. * * * Mr. and Mrs.. Brian Willis, of Market Street, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter at Boorowa District Hospital last week. * * * It is better to say a good thing about a bad man than to say a bad thing about a good man. ., ,, * * -;

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VITAl STATISTICS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

VITAL STATISTICS During the quarter end- ed 30th June, there were 14 birth registered at the Boorowa C.P.S. office. Of these, eight were females and six males. Nine deaths occurred during the period, of which there were six males and three females. For the past three months 12 marriages were recorded at the District Registrar's office, Boor- owa.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

TOWN TALK A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. Shields at Boorowa Dis- trict Hospital on Wednesday. Congratulations! Mr. Frank Walters, of Sydney is at present spending holidays witti relatives at Boorowa. The scramble for tiutter is just as intense now as in the days of the war. .-. . . . Miss Audrey Kenny, of Syd- ney, was a visitor to Boorowa over the week-end, which was spent with her father, Mr. Jim Kenny, of Marsden Street.  

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Shocking Fatality At Galong Railway Station Man Killed By Train VICTIM APPARENTLY MISTOOK STATION [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 July 1951

          Shocking Fatality At Galong Railway Station Man Killed By Train VICTIM APPARENTLY MISTOOK STATION   A tragic happening occurred at Galong early on Monday morning last when a young man was killed at the railway station when he fell under the wheels of a moving train. The victim of the accident was Norman Burrows (30), of Main Street, Young, who was travelling from Sydney to Harden on the Temora Mail. The discovery was made at 3. 57 a.m. by the Assistant Statiomnaster at Galong. From particulars avail- able it is suggested that the victim stepped out of the moving train fin the belief that it had stopped at Har- den.     It was stated after the fatal- ity that Burrows had been asleep and when the train reached Galong, he apparently thought it was Harden. He jumped out the wrong side of the carriage and fell under the wheels of the train just as it was moving off. His head ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TENNIS. RYE PARK STILL LEAD IN SATURDAY COMP. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

[?] IN SATURDAY «. Rye Park still continue in their winning- sequence and -hold a comfortable lead in the Boorowa District Satur day Tennis Competition. ? Bala are in second position With 80 points, closely* followed by Frogmore with 29. Rugby Aces' had a bye. Results of last week-end matches were; ? rugby hurricanes v. rye park Welcome Rugby Hurricanes mentioned first: ;???:? LADIES' DOUBLES Mrs. C.Platt and Miss N.. Mew- burn v. Mesdames L. Carmody and J. Noakes 6/1 6/3. MEN'S DOUBLES M. Mewburn and C. Mewburn v. J. Frost and C. Russell 6/3 6/2. C. Platt arid T. Horton v J. Car mody and D. Russell 6/0 6/2. M. Mewburn arid C. Mewburn v. J. Carmody and D. Russell 6/1 6/2. C. Platt and T. Horton v. J. Frost and C. Russell 6/2 2/6. MIXED DOUBLES M. Mewburn and Miss N. Mew burn y. J. Frost and Mrs. Carmody 3/6. C Platt and Mis. Platt v. J. Carmody and J. Noakes 6/2. C. Mewburn aru Mrs. C Platt v. C. Risseil and M-s. J. Noakes 6/3. T. Horton and Miss N. Mew burn v. D. Russell and Mrs. C...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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NUMBY v. BALA. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

NUMBY v. BALA. Numby players mentioned first: . LADIES' DOUBLES Mesdames- P. Roberts and A. Ford v. Missel' B. Croker and L. Roberts 4/6 6/6.' ' MEN'S DOUBLES H. Ford and O. Roberts v. G. Carmody and J. Wales 3/6 6/1. . C. Roberts and P. Roberts v. C. Medway and P. Carmody 6/0 6/3. H. Ford, and O. Roberts v. C. Medway and P. Carmody 6/3 6/1. P. Roberts and C. Roberts v. G. Garmody and J. Wales 6/5 5/6. MIXED DOUBLES H. Ford arid Mrs. P. Roberts v. G. Carmody and Miss B. Croker 5/6. O. Roberts and Mrs. A, Ford v. J. Wales* and Miss L. Rob erts 2/6. P. Eoberts and Mrs. P. Roberts v. C. Medway and Miss B. Croker 6/1. C. Roberts and Mrs. A. Ford v. P. Carmody and Miss L. Rob erts 4/6. H. Ford and Mrs. P. Roberts v. J. Wales and Miss L. Roberts 6/0. ' Rain stopped play. Scores: , Numby, 8 sets 76 games; Bala, 7 sets 66 games. Bala won first five sets.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RESULTS Of WEEK-END FIXTURES PLAYED ON THE LINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

RESULTS Of WEEK-END FIXTURES PLAYED m ?????????-??????????? ON THE LINKS. Conditions last week-end on the links were far from ideal for golf but the con sistent rain did not deter many from participating in the events. The quarter-finals of the Club Championships were the main attractions over the week-end. Apart from these there was a Par Handicap on Saturday. This resulted in wins for Alister Wood in the 'A' Grade and Colin Glover in the 'B' Grade. A Stroke Handicap was staged on the Sunday for those not engaged in the Championship events and this was won by Jake Thomas in the 'A' Grade and Ken Bull in the 'B' Grade. Results of the Championship Quarter-finals were: 'A' Grade. J. R. Whale defeated M. J. O'Hara, 7 up and 6. R. C. Sullivan defeated C. H. Weeden, 3 up and 1. R\ Ryan defeated T. G. Thom son 3 up and 2. . ? H. Thompson defeated A. A. Bobbin 5 up and 4. 'B' Grade. B. C. Tierney defeated C. Ven ables 5 up and 4. P. A. Sheridan defeated B. Dunn 3 up and 1. . J. G. Brown de...

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FROGMORE C.W.A. MEET TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

FROGMORE C.W.A. MEET TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). A meeting of the Frogmore branch of the C.W.A. will be held on Saturday afternoon. Combined with the meeting will be an American Tea to raise funds. Each person is to take some gift valued under 5/-. These will then be put up for sale to all those present. An enjoyable afternoon seems assured.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

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FOOTBALL OLD RIVALS TO MEET ON SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

FOOTBALL OLD RIVALS TO MEET ON SUNDAY The awaited Rugby League clash . between old rivals— Boor- owa and Young — takes place on the Boorowa Showground next Sunday, when the second round of Group Nine Competition com mences. Boorowa's team will be: K. Hudson, N. Rudd, B. Powderly, K. Grocott, G. Spiller. B. Beck, E. Donohoe. N. Brenhan, R. Fahey, A. Glover. A. Malone, L. Smart, D. Smith. '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL AIRWAYS HAVE APPOINTED' GINTY & O'LEARY Pty. Ltd. 40 Marsden Street, BOOROWA. Phone 116, as BOOKING AGENTS FOR THE BOOROWA DISTRICT AS FROM ' THE 1st JULY, 1951. Seats may be Reserved on Any of the Companies ; Services through this Agency. GINTY & O'LEARY Pty. Ltd. BOOROWA PHONE 1 1 6 S. D. BOBBIN & COMPANY Licensed Stock, Station, Real Estate Agents, . Auctioneers and Valuers, 13 MARSDEN STREET, BOOROWA. Agencies: ? New Zealand Loan and M.A. Co. Ltd. ? T. and G. Mutual, Life Society. ? Australian Fertilizers. ' ? Guardian Assurance Company Ltd. ? Hoover Vacuum Cleaners. ;?.?'?' ,'? Washing Machines, etc. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED ANYWHERE Valuations for Probate, Transfers, -etc. Stock .'and .; Property Liste Available; S. B. BOBBIN AND COMPANY Phones : 2 & 117 (Offices) ; 107 (Private) ; P.O. Box 16 THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative Grain Insurance and Agency Co. Ltd. Head Office, Sydney. And at: London, Albury, Goulburn, Crook...

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£50 LOTTERY PRIZE TO BOOROWA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

£50 LOTTERY PRIZE TO BOOROWA Joint winners of £50 in a re cent State Lottery were Messrs. S. Gorham (Rye Park) and G. Sotheron (Boorowa).

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