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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
BOOROWA PARCELS DELIVERY SERVICE . OFFERS are invited for the per formance of the Boorowa Par cels Delivery Service as from 27th August, 1951. Description of the Service is; 'Delivery of Postal Parcels within the boundaries of the letter delivery area, six times weekly.' Forms of Agreement can be obtained from the District In spector, Postal Services, Goul burn, and the Postmaster, Boor owa. Offers close with the District Inspector, Goulburn, at 2 p.m., 10th August, 1951, S. F. KELLOCK, Director Posts and Telegraphs LOST DIAMENTE BROOCH, with Pearl centre, between Mws den, Queen, Pudman and Brial Streets. Reward, Would find er please ueturn to 'News' Office. ONE .22 RIFLE, single shot, on road between Harden and Boorowa. * Reward. Finder please return to 'News' Office, Boorowa. WANTED DOUBLE OVEN FUEL STOVE, for . hire or sale. Apply 'News' Office. ? . FOUND WAR SERVICE MEDAL and Bar. Service No. A213S9T, worded 'To The Women of Australia,' in Boorowa Post Office grounds. Owner may ...
GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
GOLF ASSOCIATES The Stableford event held on Wednesday last was won by Mrs. Flannery, with 42 . points, with Mrs. E. J Dwyer runner-up with 41 points. They are also to be congratulated on breaking their handicaps. As next Sunday is the Pat ron's Trophy for the Members, Associates are kindly asked to bring afternoon tea. Next Wednesday's event will be the First Round of the 'A,' 'B' and 'C' Grade Knock-out Competition. The draw is as follows: 'A' GRADE. B. Thomson v. D. Bobbin. E. Thompson v. T. Sullivan. S. Thomas v. E. Flannery. M. Dwyer v. J. O'Donnell. H. Rolfe v. D. McCabe. 'B' GRADE. B. Lindsay v. E. Fahey. C. Perks v. E. Hancock. I. O'Hara v. E. Dowjing. J. Wright — a bye. 'C' GRADE. A. Edwards v. H. Boucher. M. Young v. G.» Dwyer. R. Denning v. M. Liggins. V. Williams v. W. Clements. P. Keif v. N. O'Neill. M. Berry v. D. Becker. Any player not able to play in this event, please Ring Secre tary (Phone 268).
ARRANGEMENTS FOR BOOROWA P. and C. BAIL DISCUSSED Admission Price To Be Increased [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
BOOROWA P. and €. Admission Price To Be Increased The Secretary -Mr. F. X. O'Donneil) reported to the P. and C Association at its meeting on Tuesday night that r he had received 'con- firmation of his engagement of Southwell's orchestra for the P. and C. Ball to he held on 21st September. *tihis* led to a discussion of the vast all--round increase in the cost of running such func tions, and members were unan imous in their opinion that the admission. fee charged in prev ious years would not allow of a reasonable profit. Hence, after some deliberation it was decided^ to raise the prices to 8/- ana 6/-. Other decisions were that ar rangements should be made to hire the Catholic Youth Club's amplifying unit for the Ball, and that a Pluvius Insurance for £50 coverage should be taken between 7 and 9 p.m. All other details are to be arranged at the. next meeting.
EX-SERVICEMEN'S CLUB ROBBED THIEVES MAKE HAUL OF OVER £40 [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
? -'?' * '?Jfe.^ c- ^r^^v^^t'^^ +v-^vO'v'C°-: ..??- ? TIMERS 1i^|jpL Some time between Sunday night and Monday after noon of this week the Boor / owa ^Ex-Servicemen's Club was broken into, - and over £40 stolen from the till. Strange features of the burg lary were the fact that hot onlv were beer, spirits and tobacco untouched, but also cheques and bank-notes were left. $he thief or thieves concentrating on tak ing the* silver coins. '.'?-. The Aperture whereby the thief entered the premises was so small as to indicate that the burglary was the work, of a very /s3-&U man, or a boy. Such* breaking and entering appeal's to be becoming some what prevalent as, a short timt ago,, the Boorowa Golf Club\ t use was broken into and a all sum stolen.
NEWLING FUND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
NEWUNC FUND Previously acknow ledged ? £138 16 0 Proceeds from Com petition ? 25 0 0 Mr. &-Mrs J. Huleatt 5 0 0 L. L. Williams ... 3 3 0 Dr. Le Fevre .... 220 R. D. Southwell .... 220 T. G. McGrath .... 220 Geo. Clements .... 220 A. and G. Eldridge . 2 2 0 P. Costello ? 2 0 0 C. Corcoran ? 2 0 0 J. Heafey ? 2 0 0 Mr. & Mrs P. O'Brien 1 10 0 P. Gilroy ? 110 Mr. & Mrs. S. Tilden 110 Mr. & Mrs J. Keefe 110 H. J. Keefe ? 1 10 D. W. Perks ? 10 0 K. Croker ? 10 0 J. Cranston ? - 1 0 0 B. Johnson ? 1 0 0 T. McGrath ? 10 0 R Berry ? 10 0 V. Cole ? 10 0 J. Watkins ...... 10 © R. qranston ? 10 --, W. Wiithers . . ., ... '10 -T Stan Small ...... 10 0 E. J. Sams ? 10 0 J. Banks' ? 10 0 D. Walsh . . .... 10 0 K. Costello ? 10 0 B. Johnson ...... 10 0 K. Dunn ? .. 10 0 R. Conroy ? 10 0 Mrs. W. Corkery . . 10 0 J. Dwyer ...... 10 0 Total . . £206 2 0
P. and C. ASSOCIATION TO MAKE DRIVE FOR FUNDSx Appeal To Be Made To All Members [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
P. and C. ASSOCIATION TO JMKE * DRP FOR FUNDS Apical To Be Hade . P. and C. fondb folfewing*, the recent purchase of a. Gestetner Duplicator, con siderable discussion took * place on Tuesday night as to the ' best way of ?raising money to finance general school' activities, purchase . of sporting equipment, etc. Rev. C. H. Buttsworth ex* pressed the opinion that a dir ect appeal for donations was as satisfactory a method as any, and Mr. C. H. Weeden, in sup porting the idea, instanced how £250 was raised to pay for the Cinevox 16 m.m. projector, in stalled in 1947. No appeal had been made since, he said, so the time could not be considered in opportune. As a result the executive of ficers, Messrs. J Thomas, F. X. O'Donnell and Rev. A. A. Smith, were authorised to spon sor forwarding a circular letter to ali P. and C. members and other interested citizens solicit ing: donations to the Associa tion's funds. Rev. Smith is to prepare the circular for dupli cation, and the campaign will ...
MORE SAWMILL LICENCES FOR BOOROWA Should Be Granted To Anyone Prepared To Cut Timber Chamber Of Commerce's Claim [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
MORE SAWMILL FOR BOOROWA Should Be Granted To Anyone Prepared To Cut Timber Chamber Of Commerce's Claim At the Boorowa Chamber of Commerce meeting on Monday night last members deplored strongly the diffic ulty of procuring any kind of timber for building or re - pairs, and declared that local mills should be operating to ' help meet the demand. Two licences have been grant ed for local milling, it was stat ed, but these are not operating at anything like capacity. Yet the Government will not grant new licences because it considers two sufficient for the area. If these two existing licence holders cannot help towards re moving the shortage, then fur ther licences should be issued to people prepared to perform this valuable public service.
HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL SHEEP SALE 89 SHEEP BRING £528/14/2 [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL ijllliul OnRiLi 89 SHEEP BRING £528/14/2 Bidding was very spirited at Wednesday's auction sale of the sheep donated to the Edgar Corcoran Fund. The 89 sheep were divided in to small lots, and competition was keen as most ot the sheep were in excellent condition. Av erage price for the sale was just a little under £6, with top price £8/10/.' for a Merino wether. The same buyer, Mr. F. F. Fahey, paid £8 for a line of 13 wethers. Best buy of the day was the purchase by Mr. J. McGrath of a pure bred Labrador dog for £2.
NEW TENNIS COURTS TO BE CONSTRUCTED AT CENTRAL SCHOOL Committee Appointed To Select Site [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
NEW T£NNIS COURTS TO BE CONSTRUCTED AT CENTRAL SCHOOL Committee Appointed To V SdedSle It was decided at the P. and C. meeting on Tuesday night last that, instead of doing any work to improve the existing tennis court, an .endeavour should be made to construct a farther tennis court, in view of the popularity of the game at the school. . This decision arose out of a diBcusskin as to whetfier the Association should pro S&ceed'with its plan to Colas ^flMi present court. ? ..-. ' 'HSfle ''Secretary, H*-, '?? .X O'Dbnnel!^- lipiprted. that jteee drums of^olas'*Tia'd b^hp'ur-. chased, 'In accordance - iwlth or iginal estimates, at ansiaiiprpx imate cost of £5 each, 'ttow.ever, subsequent investigation had re vealed that a further two driiins would be required., in addition to six yards df sand :^ ajitj a quantity of graveL In ;.vj|w of the additional expeDdjt^rc ?in- volved, he did not consider that ;the Association 'was 'ihXaj.-. Suf ficiently sound ppsitiob|,l|^ic lally, to pro...
EDGAR CORCORAN FUND Total Reaches £2,200 Mark [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
EDGAR CORCORAN Total Reaches £2,200 Mark To the total of £1700 which was announced last week may now be added over £500 received for sale ? of sheep at Wednesday's sale, bringing the grand total for the fund up to £2,200. Donations received . this week instead of sheep were: — Mr. (A. V. Dwyer . . £5 5 0 Mrs. E. J. Russell (Central Hotel) . . 5 0 0 Temora Football Club 5 00 Mr. F. Withers ..?*... 5 0 0 Mr. T. It. Hazel .... 500 Mr. F. V. Fahey . . 4 4 0 Mr: Tom Fahey .... 4 0 JO Mr. T. J.Horton .... 110 Wambanumba Cricket Club .. .. ...... 110 It is greatly' regretted that, owing .tc - limitations of space, we are not able,. rthis week, to publish .the full, list of names of donors from whom Mr. Frank JMorris collected at Reid's Flat. Mr. Norris handed, in £408/19/ and a long list of names. Also, he asks' us to announce that on a number of occasions he was handed, donations when he -did riot liaye. his receipt book with Jiiaii so some receipts were -not issued. . However/any donor w...
RYE PARK v. FROGMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
JJYE PARK v. FROGMORE. Played at Rye Park; Rye Park players mentioned first: LADIES' DOUBLES Mesdames Gorham and Moorby v. Mesdames Corcoran and Banks 6/26/5. MEN'S DOUBLES G. Fuller and K. Gorham v. W. Banks and S. Moorby 6/3 6/5. B. Styles arid A. Perceval v. J. Sparkes and H. Corcoran 5/6 6/1. . ? G. Fuller and K. Gorham v. J. Sparkes and H. Corcoran 6/3 6/1. B. Styles and A. Perceval v. W. Banks and S. Moorby 2/6 3/6. :-? . MIXED DOUBLES G. Fuller and Mrs. G. Moorby v. W. Banks and Mrs. H. Cor coran 6/1. K. Gorham and Mrs. Gorham v. S. Moorby and Mrs. W. Banks 6/3. B.^ Styles and, Mrs. G. Moorby v. J. Sparkes and Mrs. H. Corcoran 5/6. A. Perceval and Mrs. K. Gorham v. H. Corcoran and Mrs. W Banks 5/6. G. Fuller and Mrs. G. Moorby v. S. Moorby and Mrs. W. Banks 6/3. , K. Gorham and Mrs. Gorham v. W. Banks and Mrs'. H. Cor coran 6/5. B. Styles and Mrs. Moorby v. H. Corcoran and Mrs. Banks 6/4. A. Perceval and Mrs. Gorham v. J. Sparkes and Mrs. Cor coran 4/6. Scores: Rye Park, 12 s...
THE EDITOR SAYS : Need For Large Attendance [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
? ? »»»»»w»«'WtWWWWi«WW«» [HE EDITOR SAYS : Need For Larae Attendance Two factors render wide representative attendance at tbe annual meeting of the Boorowa P.A. and H. Association to be held at the Court House Hotel to-morrow (Saturday) after noon, at 3 o'clock, absolutely essential. First there is the de pressing fact that our show is slipping badly, both in public esteem and financially. The nett loss of £232/3/4 for the 1951 Jubilee Show cannot be permitted to be duplicated next year or the whole business mil have to be wound up. Next, there is the fact that the new committee is to be elected, and it is the duty of all civic-minded members of the public to attend and ensure that the district is represented by the most capable men our district can provide. If we are not prepared to show sufficient interest to attend, then we do not deserve to receive the best of which our district is capable. Even if we consider the Show unnecessary, and would prefer to see, the project . discont...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
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Newly Sown Pastures In Boorowa District Have Germinated Well [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951
Newly Sown Pastures Id Boorowa District Have Germinated Well 'Newly sown pastures in the Boorowa district have germinated well and pros pects of establishment are fxcellent.' So stated the Young Dis trict Agronomist (Mr. F. Autry-Hall) in his report for the month of June. All pastures have responded to the unusually beneficial wea ther over the past month, result ing in a short green pick. ' However, there is very little bulk and as most holdings are fully stocked it is expected that a shortage of grazing will oc cur before the Spring growth. Large areas of improved pas ture are affected by the pasture scarab larvae which has appear ed in epidemic proportions this season. This pest is always present, but usually only isolated small patches are affected, but this year such patches run into' acres. Affected areas have the ap pearance of being cultivated, the grub working by night and hi bernating in the soil, at a depth of about 4 inches, during the day. FERTILIEZR STILL BEING SLOWLY ...