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ANOTHER MAHER CUP DRAW Barmedman and Coota. In 5-all Draw [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

ANOTHER MAKER CUP DRAW Barmedman and Coota. In 5-aIl Draw The Maher Cup is still anchored out at Barmedman, when on Saturday last the holders and Cootamundra played a 5-aIl draw. This is the second drawn game played for the cup this season. The game was played under rather adverse conditions, as the ground was a real quag mire and open fast football was an impossibility. Next Saturday, Tumut meet Barmedman and after this game a new draw for the cup will be made. .?,--. ?

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"TULANGI" STUD RAMS BRING 95 Gns. AT COOTA. SALE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

'TULANGF'STUD RAMS BRING 95 Gns. AT COOTA.SAIE 'Tulangi' Stud rams, own ed by Mr. M. D. Armstrong, ' of Boorowa, brought 95 guineas at Cootamundra Ram Sales recently. Mr. Armstrong, who present ed four stud rams and six spec ially selected rams and passed in three of the animals for priv ate treaty, the top bid being 95 guineas. Mr. Armstrong,, who also ex hibited at the Cootamundra An nual Sheep Show, also met with outstanding success. Mr. F. C. Clarke, of 'Bonnie Doon,' Boorowa, who was also an exhibitor 'with his sheep, carried off many prizes.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POSTAL RATES HIGHER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

POSTAL RATES HIGHER Increases in postal charg es operate as from last Monday. An ordinary postage stamp will cost . 3fd instead of 3d, and- telegrams will rise from 1/9 for 14 words to 2/3 for 12 words within 15 miles, 2/- to 2/6 beyond 15 miles, and lid to 2d for each additional word. Local telephone calls will cost 3d instead of 2d. Charg es for trunkline calls will rise about 25 per cent.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HARDEN RETAIN WEISSEL CUP [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

HARDEN RETAIN WEISSEL CUP Harden retained the Weissel Cup last Saturday when they defeated Boorowa by 6 points to 2.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GROUP 9 POINTS SCORE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

GROUP 9 POINTS SCORE The first round of the Group Nine competition was completed last Sunday, with Gundagai at the head of the points score table. The competition ladder now reads : Gundagai ? 19 Cootamundra .... 18 Wyalong ? 18 Temora ? 12 Junee . . , ? 12 Grenfell ? 11 Young . . .... . . 11 Tumut . . .... . . .8 Cowra ? 8 ? Barmedman ? 7 Boorowa ? 6 Harden ? 4

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GROUP 9 COMPETITION WEEK-END RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

GROUP 9 COMPETITION WEEK-END RESULTS Last week-end Group Nine competition games resulted: — Young 11, defeated Tumut 9. Wyalong 7 defeated Junee 3. Harden 6 lost to Cowra 25. Cootamundra 3 lost to Gun dagai 6. , Boorowa 22 defeated Bar medman 2. Temora 0 lost to Grenfell 15. (Home team mentioned first).

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAMBER COMMERCE MEMBERS PERTURBED AT CEMENT SHORTAGE Deputation To Wait On State Member [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

CHAMBER COMMERCE MEMBERS PERTURBED AT CEMENT SHORTAGE Deputation To Wait On Sate Member Members of the Boorowa Chamber of Commerce, at a meeting on Monday night lasti expressed doubts as to whetiier the district was re ceiving a satisfactory ce ment quota. After discussion, the meeting appointed Messrs. M. B. Mc Mahon and W- Curtis ? to inter view Mr. Fred J. Cahill, M.L.A., at 'Boorowa to-morrow morning (Saturday). Mr. Cahill. is to be asked to examine the relevant figures and to ascertain whether Boorowa is receiving the full share of ce ment to which the district is en titled. If possible, figures per taining to the distribution of cement are to be procured, for tabling ' at nekt meeting. j

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOOROWA R.S.L. DISCUSSES LEAGUE PROPOSAL TO REFUSE ASSISTANCE TO NON-MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

BOOROWA R.8.L. DISCUSSES LEAGUE PROPOSAL TO RtfUSE ASSISTANCE TO NON-MEMBER At the meeting of the Boorowa sub-branch of the R.S.L., held at the Memorial on, Friday night lasti considerable discussion concerning the League's decision to refuse assist ance to non-members ensued. Mr. Fred- Howe; considered that if any returned man re quired assistance he should be given it, irrespective of whether he had paid his subscription or not. Moreover, the sub-branch' should retain for itself the right to assist whom it pleased with out ? reference to Head Office. Finally, the very fact that- a man required assistance would indicate -that he might be in such straitened circumstances financially that he could not- af ford the subscription fee. The secretary (Mr. R. Oller enshaw) pointed out that the ban did not apply to incapacitat ed men, or to widows, who would naturally receive all the assist ance possible. Furthermore, the ban 'did not extend to sub branches, which could act as they thought ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Prime Minister Presents Polo Cup To Captain of Winning Boorowa Team [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

Prime Minister Presents Polo Cup To Captain of Winning Boorowa Team The Boorowa River polo team took part in the three day Canberra carnival and brought home the Canberra Cup, which was presented by the Prime Minister, Mr. R. G. Menzies, to the captain of the local team, Mr- Dick Forster. Members of the local team were Messrs. D^ck Forster, John Kelly, John Hyles and John Flanriery. i The teauisjdefeated Toom pang, Younjj,l?y half a goal. ? ? Tpoinpanjg1 gave Boorowa Riv er 2h goals' start: The match see-sawed from one end of the field to the other but the local players just could not get the ball through the posts despite many attempts On the other hand, Toompang averaged one goal in each chuk ka of «ight minutes. The teams went out for the sixth and last chukka with the score 5-2 J in. favor of Toom pang. - The locals ..'went flat out and had four unsuccessful shots at goal in the first five minutes. Then the tide changed and .the locals notched three goals in the last three and a...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FROGMORE RURAL CO-OP. DIRECTORS DISCUSS DIFFICULTIES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

FROCWOM RURAL A meeting of the directors of the Frogmore Rural Co operative Society -met last Friday night to discuss the decreasing operations of the Society. Correspondence had .previous ly been received from the Agri cultural Department stating that the Co-op, would need to work 400 . acres per annum to operate economically. In a further communica tion from the Department it was stated that the Pool ac tually, needs 500 hours of work or its equivalent acre age per annum with increas ed rates to function econom ically. It was pointed out that at Wakha a Pool 'was operating satisfactorily on charges ap proximately 15/- higher than at Frogmore. The acreage equivalent to 500 hours would be about 500. It seemed unlikely that any more than 320 acres would be available for work now or in the future. As for increasing the charges it was deemed undesirable. There seems strong objection about the present charges so that probably less work would be available if charges were in creased. The ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Dissatisfaction At Poor Attendances At Boorowa R.S.L. Meetings Vice-President Criticises Local Members For Non-Attendance BRANCH SHOULD "SHUT UP SHOP" IF STRONGER SUPPORT NOT FORTHCOMING IS SUGGESTED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

Dissatisfaction At Poor Attendances At i Boorowa R.S.L fleetings ? ^ t Vice-President Criticises Local Members For Non-Attendance BRANCH SKOULD^SHUT UPSB0P' ff SPONGER SUPPORT NOT FORTHCOMING' B SUGGESTED The disgraceful lack of support and non-attendance of members at .meetings was strongly deplored by Mr. A. E. Elkins (Vice-president) who chaired the monthly meeting of the Boorowa branch of -the R.S.L. on Friday night last, when only eight members were present. The discussion arose out of the proposal by Mr. G. Moona that the branch should discuss details of the Diggers' Ball to be held in October. - Members felt that an attendance of eight was not suf ficient to do justice to the aWtesion of important issues, and the secretary (Mr. R. Ollerenshaw) suggested that it might be a good idea to place a notice of motion on the agenda paper for' the next annual meeting that the matter of closing up the sub-branch should foe discussed fully. Mi: A. in. iMions said that it was a snociung s...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Concert Success Assured ALL SEATS ALREADY SOLD OUT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

Concert . Success Assured ALL SEATS ALREADY SOLD OUT The demand for book ings at the Edgar Corcoran Fund Concert to be held at the Guild Hall to-night has been so great that already all existing seats have been sold. However, a considerable num ber of additional seats has been procured, -o it is hoped to ac commodate i all who have not been sufficiently fortunate to book early^ ;':'-'- f ?/:? The concert is arousing wide spjsead interest ? throughout the district, aanfl the promoter (Mr. Bert Law«jt) is. to be congratu neTiasdispTlayed in 'bringing tov-. gether such a formidable array of talent . ,

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

. . - ' ' * ; a i * WINTER.... SUGGESTIONS F«8M STEIBLEY'S OF BOOROWA MEN'S HEAVY-WEIGHT, BEST QUALITY FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Prom ? _' ? „. 34/6 Pair. ALSO IN YOUTHS ? _^ 19/11 Pair. WOMEN'S INTERLOCK PYJAMAS AND NIGHTDEESSES Special Price ? .?. ? :. ....„ ? 26A Each. 'LUSTEELLA' PYJAMAS AND NIGHTDRESSES From ...,.-:.„ ? .... „.... ? _,81/- Each. ? WOMEN'S ^LOEAL FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Priced at .„..'. ? ...... „ ? _ : ? .„...? ..... 33/6 Pj-ir. : \- ?'? ;... ???-. ?=??- ,; ?, .. ? ??WOM^N^S.. /;?;?;/; ,/...^;'; ; . FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Priced at ? '. ?. ? ._ ? .mr .1...22/0- Pair. ' CHILDEEN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHTDEESSES Priced at ? '...„ ? ? 13/11 -Each. / LAEGE RANGE WOMEN'S and CHILDEEN'S \\. Fleecy Underwear ALL SIZES IN ; Silk and Wool Vest FROM BAB% 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. MEN'S OVERCOATS, from ? ? £5/19/6; TRAVEL ...

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

ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL RYE PARK Friday, 3rd August, 1951 Doug. Southwell's Orchestra. Excellent Supper. W. T. PERCEVAL, ^Hon. Sec. JUBILEE MASQUERADE BALL FROGMORE PUBLIC HALL Friday, 10th August, In Aid of Boorowa District Hospital and Boorowa Am bulance. Masks Supplied — Lucky Numbers. Splendid Supper and Floor. Popular Prices. Miss B. Chudleigh and Miss N. Holmes, Joint Hon. Sees. PRESTO ELECTRIC STOVES NOW AVAILABLE AT Ev J. & A. PRIVETTS' POST OFFICE STORES COURT STREET ' ? : — BOOROWA ON EASY TERMS CALL IN AND INSPECT THESE STOVES ? NOW ON DISPLAY. '&?-?*? ? ?' ? mm*mmM»m. i K

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

AT FLEMW6WN StiBMIM £E¥*ffijjfi no other ssksman $m*** *&r &* facilities and service mat PITT. SON* 8ADGERY d* ****${ well - watered Jfewfy resting paddocks swimming bath for eattk ^j*§&[:- -~-':M permanent handling staff ^^^^| are the amenities ifart ensure stock looking their best *Vfcd? when ''?&*$ presented to buyer*. ? wire 7-nmtm&*r* fa - **& PitiSon&Badgerylt, KB». Head &l)*»r 4 O*Co*a»n Stn»t, Syinf DARBY STREET. NEWCASTLE. BRANCHES AT BOOROWA. CKQQKOmi. COOTAMUNDRA. BOHBALA, W£LUN9TQN, SCONl, «£S*!3ifc ; 'J-' Cfr ms jfik- C3 C3 C^ ?_ White Heartier Fine Cut Flake . . .... ...... . . 24/ Cape Fine Cut Flake ? .. .... 22/ qiipper Fine Cut Flake . . .... . . ? . . 20/ Clipper Bright or Dark Pipe Flake ? 20/- Cape Bright Flake ? . . . . 22/ Robih Hood Ready-rubbed Fine Cut ? .... 24/4 West Point Ready-rubbed or Pipe Flake (Rhodesian) . 23/6 Cigarette Papers, all brands ? 3/6 Dozen. Postage, 1/10 for first pound; pl...

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

The most &^h,.^ /' ^^^^tBHmW Compact f^H, t %.. ''-' ,,' \ sKm^m TABLE RADI0GRAIV1 --*,-, ,„,„*,-_ with ail the finer acoustic properties that only a cabinet of fine-seasoned timber can give In this very fine instrument — the D33A — we use the newest type of elliptical speaker in conjunction with an improved audio amplifier and the latest record playing equipment featuring the light-weight high fidelity pick-up. Result? True-to-life reproduction in a remarkably com pact instrument. So here- is your new 'world-range' radio and with it the full enjoyment of recorded music of your own choice. wffIS MASTER'S VOICE' ' Hear all the latest 'HIS MASTER'S VOICE' ?? Local Agent \K&^^' E. A. DOWSE, jfldSffffikl' ' ' Marsden Street, IR^^^j^ STRYCHNINE 1 v Tulle's powder i In 1 oz. and 2 oz. Bottles — Obtainable From JAKE THOMAS PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, P.O. Box -20. BOOROWA Telephone 175. ' '*-??;?- ?? ?' ?' — ' I E. W. SAMS I LICENSED DEALER IN HIDES, SKINS AND WOOL BRIAL STREET...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

RETURN THANKS THE BROTHERS and SISTERS of the late Mr. Andrew Wilson 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 and floral trib- utes in their recent sad bereave- ment. Please accept this mess- age as personal.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

ENGAGEMENTS . . . COLE-GILKESON : The engage- ment is announced of Ursula, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gilkeson, of Queensland, to Gilbert Vic- tor, second eldest son of Mrs. Cole and the late Mr. J. H. Cole, of "Springfield," Boor- owa. * * *   MORGAN-SOUTHWELL: The engagement is announced of Marjorie Jean, third eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.   Stirling Southwell, of "Mim- osa." Boorowa, to Kevin Roy, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Morgan, of Campbell-   fields," Boorowa.  

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WEDDING BELLS DWYER—RYAN. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

WEDDING BELLS DWYER— RYAN. A very pretty wedding was celebrated before Nup- tial Mass at St. Patrick's Church, Boorowa, on May 31st, when Margaret Cath- erine, only daughter of Mrs. M. Ryan and the late Mr. John Ryan, of Boorowa, was marrried to John Patrick Dwyer, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dwyer, of 'Ingleside,' Kangiara.   Rev. Father Coffey came from Grenfell to officiate at the wed- ding, and presented the bride   and groom with a copy of the Papal Blessing brought from Rome for the occasion. The Church was beautifully decorated by the Sisters of Mercy, of whom the bride was an ex-student, and the Children of Mary formed a Guard of Honor as the bride entered the church on the arm of her broth- er. Mr. Dick Ryan, who gave her away. The bride wore a lovely gown of French Chantilly lace over tulle, with the lace falling into a long train, and an embroidered tulle veil held in place by a coronet of orange blossom and lace, and carried a bouquet of g...

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NEW ARRIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

NEW ARRIVAL   A bonny baby daughter was born to Cr. and Mrs. A. G. Gor- ham, of Frogmore, at Boorowa District Hospital last Sunday. Names chosen for babe are Car- oline Josepha.

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