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OBITUARY MR. ARTHUR DANIEL WORRELL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

OBITUARY MR. ARTHUR DANIEL WORRELL Following a short illness, the death occurred on Sunday after- noon last, at his daughter's resi- dence, Campbelltown, of Mr. Arthur Daniel Worrell, at the ase of 83 years. Deceased, who was born at Singleton, was the eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Worrell, and spent most of his early years in the New England districts of Werris Creek, Armi- dale, and Quirindi, in which centres he was well-known for his prowess in cricket, running   and cycling (penny farthing type) circles. For years he was engaged in the timber in- dustry at Armidale, later join- ing the Railway Department, serving in the capacities of ex- aminer, fitter and latterly as pumper, being stationed at The Gap (Werris Creek), Boggabri, Quirindi, Gloucester and Taree working the section extending from Gloucester to Coff's Har- bour.   Following the death of his wife at Taree, he retired from the railway service over 17 years ago, and has since reside...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
OBITUARY LUCY MATILDA BREW [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 18 July 1951

OBITUARY LUCY MATILDA BREW A resident of Bendick Mur- rell for 40 years, Lucy Matilda Brew, passed away at her home there on Monday, July 2. She was 71 years of age.   Born at Caniamba (Vic), Mrs. Brew was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Ziebell. Fifty years ago at Benalla (V.), she married William Henry Brew. After living over a five- year period at Benalla, Wodonga (Vic.) and Boorowa, Mr. and Mrs. Brew settled at Bendick Murrell, where they have lived ever since. Florence (Mrs. W. Fisher,   Bendick Murrell), Rose (Syd- ney) and Henry (Bendick Mur- rell) are children of the mar- riage. Deceased had been in ill- health for a number of years. The funeral was held on Tues- day, leaving St. Mary's Church (Young) for the Young ceme- tery. Father Quinn read the prayers. Messrs. C., B. and R. Ziebell, D. Lynch. D. Harcombe and H. Hoad carried the casket to the graveside. Funeral arrangements were in the hands of Patterson Bros.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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EASY TO GET LIFESAVER, CORTISONE, IF- Fill In One Form, Five Copies, Plus [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

EASY TO m ip SAM, CORTISONE, IF - Fill In One Form, Five Copies, Plus Red tape ? surrounds the use of the life saving drug cortisone, according to in formation made available to the Board of Directors of the Junee Hospital. . Each application for .the use of Cortisone must be made through thfei Hospitals ^^ Commis- sion. ???'?'?,? ? The application must be ac companied by the original and five copies of application form and five copies of the doctor's diagnosis and clinical notes. 'In the meantime the patient will probably be dead,' com mented one director.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

I NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I THE CQST OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS IS 1/6 FOR TWO LINES (Minimum) and 9d FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/. EXTRA. Approx. 4-5 Words per Line. FOR SALE 10,000 BRICKS (seconds), for immediate delivery. £8 per thousand at works. Suitable for internal walls, sheds, gar age, etc Apply BRICK WORKS, Boorowa. ONE FERTILIZER, Baltic Sim plex make, practically new; only distributed five tons'. For further particulars, apply 'News' Office. 6i h.p. FULL DIESEL Moffat Virtue ENGINE, good work ing order. Full particulars from S. SOUTHWELL, 'Mim- osa,' Boorowa. Phone 156. STOVES! They say that BUSHBY'S, of Boorowa, are agents for the well known I.X.L. Stoves. These ? Stoves are a nice size, splen did cookers, and burn little wood; these are well worth your inspection. Price £18/ 17/6— at Bushby's. Nuflf sed! RED KELPIE PUPS, well Livd by (female pedigree) and male well bred). Both excellent workers Price £2 each. Ap ply G. A. BUSH, Rye Park. SALT! They say ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

PHILLIP PARKER KING Captain Phillip Parker King, a son of Governor King, was sent from England in 1817 to complete the exploration ot the north-western coast of Australia. On arrival in Sydney, he was given command of the cutter 'Mermaifl*, and sailing by way of Bass Strait to North West Cape, commenced his survey along the coast towards Arnhem Land. During his four voyages off the northern and - north-western coasts, King named Port Essington and Buccaneer's Archipelago (after Dampier), proved the insularity of Melvirle Island and charted the coastline. He also sailed up the west coast from Rottnest Island to Cygnet Bay and surveyed the entrance to Macquarie Harbour, Tasmania. . On the occasion of the Jubilee of. the Common wealth of Australia, the Bank of New South \jPdes . !- . ? 7— Australia's pioneer bank, established in 1817 — ? honours the explorers who opened, the way foi 'ike . ?/ development of this great country. .''.-. '? * fS0*X0*O| '?????''?:. BANK OF . NEW SOUTH WALES...

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IMPROVED TELEPHONE SERVICE FOR FROGMORE SOON Existing Switchboard To Be Replaced [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

mmmy* v FROGMORE SOON Existing Switchboard To Be Replaced Mr. A. N. Fuller, M.H.R., Federal Member for Humef has received a communica tion from Mr. S, F. Kellock, Director of Posts and Tele graphsi indicating that ar rangements have been made to replace the . existing switchboard at Frogmore ' and to arrange some of the existing services in order to provide an improved Bervice. RURAL AUTOMATIC EX CHANGE TO BE INSTALLED Mr. Kellock advised that it had been decided to install a rural automatic exchange at Frogmore, but, owing to the large programme of works al ready in hand, and the limited supplies of equipment, it was not practicable to indicate yet when the Frogmore installation will be completed. However, it will be proceeded with as early as possible, hav ing regard to other urgent cases in hand. The above information was received in reply to a com munication from Mr. A. G. Chudleigh, secretary of the Frogmore Progress Association, who had written seeking in formation as to the p...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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FOOTBALL AWARDS Nev. Brennan and Allan Glover Leading [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

FOOTBALL AWARDS Nev. Breonan and Allan Glover Leading Nev. Brennan and Alan Glover are leading with 23 points each in the Boorowa Rugby League awards for ? the best player. Points allotted to players are: N. Brennan, 23 points; A. Glov er 23; B. Beck 13; E. Donohoe 7; B. Powderly 5; K. Hudson 4; L. Smart 1; R. Fahey 1. Points awarded to players in recent matches are as follows: AT GRENFELL Points N. Brennan ...... 3 B. Beck ? 2 A. Glover ? 1 HARDEN WEISSEL CUP B. Beck ? ?. . 3 A. Glover ? 2 R. Fahey ? 1 AGAINST BARMEDMAN N. Brennan ? 3 B. Beck ? 2 A. Glover ? 1 - AGAINST YOUNG 1 N . Brennan ? 3 B. Beck ? 2 A. Glover ? 1 'NEWS' AWARD Full point scores in the 'News' competition will be given in next issue .

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BOOROWA GOLF CLUB Committee Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

BOOROWAJOLF CLUB Committee Meeting The President (Mr. J. P. McGrath) presided at the usual monthly meeting of the Boorowa Golf Club held at the Club House on Thurs day night of last week. Other members in attendance were Messrs. M. B. McMahon, A. Wood, H. Dowling, H. Thompson, J. R. Whale, B. P.i Garry, W. F. Dwyer, R. E. Lind- ) say, Dr. I. L. Keif and the sec retary (Mr. A. A. Bobbin). There was an apology for non-attendance from Mr. K. MacPherson. CORRESPONDENCE Golf Ball Assistance: From the Hon. Secretary, Boorowa Golf Associates, seeking assist ance from the members with the arrangements for the forth coming Annual Golf Ball. Prac tically all members of the Com mittee volunteered to assist in whatever direction needed and an appeal was to be made to the general members to assist. It was also decided to ask the Associates what work in par ticular is desired of the mem bers. Film on Golf: From, the Har den Golf Club advising that Films on Golf would be screen ed at Harden on 16t...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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COMING OF AGE PARTY Miss Carmel Shea Honoured [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

COMING OFAM PARTY Miss Carmel Shea Honoured The Guild Hall, Boorowa, was the scene of a very hap py gathering on July 5, , when 90 guests were enter tained by Mr. and Mrs. £. Shea,., of Galong, on the oc casion of the coming of age : of their daughter, Carmel, a . popular young lass of the younger set of Boorowa. ihe party which started oft gaily proved a very enjoy able evenmg. Dancing was mainly indulged in, , but at in-, tervais was interspersed with bright musical items dispersed by Messrs. Furner Dwyer, Tood ie Hereward. Leo Maloney (Mur ringo), Miss Shirley Venables, ana a very attractive tap dance was performed by two visitors from Wagga. The guest of honor, Carmel, looked very happy and attract ive in a frock of teal angora and wore roped pearls. Excellent music for dancing was supplied by Miss Joan Greig and Mrs. P. O'Leary. A very tasty supper served with the assistance of Miss Pam Mitchell (Crookwell), Mesdames R. Sullivan, H. McDonald and C. Venables, was thoroughly en j...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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REF. SCREENING PLAN OPPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

[?] ?' ? , It was announcedrecent ly that, following com plaints, the Group Nine ref erees' appointment board would Attend matches and watch the whistle-blowers in action. The Board members are Messrs. E. Chandler (Young), H. J. Fuller (Cootamundra). C. A. Gardiner (Gundagai), West Wyalong 'Advocate' is not happy about the screening idea. Says that paper: How many officials will be in the position to successfully carry out this, job, the Board has not said. ? ' . If it is a check-up generally on referees, a 'pep-talk' at headquarters would be the cor rect procedure. 'How officials, who, in many cases, would not know what end of the football to kick are in a position to sit in judgment on certified offic ials, has not yet been ex plained. ' It is a recognised fact, how ever, that every game of- foot ball requires different ? treat ment on the part of tHe referee. In some cases, where the go ing is easy, he applies the ad vantage rule to the fullest and may overlook trifling breaches ...

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CONCERT A BRILLIANT SUCCESS Whole Programme Well Received By Appreciative Audience [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

CONCERT A BRflHANT Whole Programme Well Received By , Appreciative Audience The concert which was held in the ttuilri ball on JLTiaay night last in aid of ? the iidgar Corcoran Fund was an outstanding success, remarks being heard on ail sides concerning the high . standard, of entertainment. Prior to the commencement of the programmed items a bracket of popular dance num bers was rendered by an or chestral trio from Young, the Rhythmettes. and this provided welcome and interesting music whilst patrons were being; seat ed. Mr Pat McGrath's pianoforte solo with which proceedings were officially opened, was of the usual high class which the public of Boorowa has come to associate with this talented ar tist, and was received with well merited applause. The Convent School Junior Verse Speaking Class entertain ed with two delightful numbers, 'Dancing Down The Stairs' and 'Little Yaller Dog*' the per formance reflecting the utmost credit upon the Sisters who have so carefully learned them,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

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CHECK THOSE MILK CANS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

CHECK THOSE MM CANS Regardless of the quality of milk produced) or how - _, clean other dairy equipment is kept, milk cans with rust in them can easily cause milk to be down-graded or even .rejected. Observance of the following commonsense rules (states an officer of the Division of Dairy will assist in extending the life ing, Department of Agriculture) of milk cans, as well as help Always carry cans to desired guarantee top-grading of milk: location; never drop, roll or throw them. Wash milk cans thoroughly, using proper washing solutions of the correct strength. Rinse well after washing. Dry cans completely. Keep them in a -dry place even though they may be stored for only a few hours. Leave covers off empty cans when not in use. Do not allow sour contents to remain in cans for any length of time. Prevent scratching the inside of cans with stirring rods. These should always be removed im mediately after stirring. Keep can's . moving. Avoid long periods of storage and idleness. ;

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BIG CROWD EXPECTED AT HOSPITAL BALL TO-NIGHT MINISTER FOR HEALTH TO OPEN Official Party Arrives This Afternoon [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

BIG CROW EXPECTED AT HOSPITAL BALL TO-NIGHT MINISTER FOR HEALTH TOOPEN Official Party Arrives This Afternoon Arrangements for the Boorowa District Hospital's Jubilee Ball to-night are finalised and a record crowd is expected to attend the function. The turkeys and hams have been secured,. and if the ladies ? of the Hospital Auxiliary do not supply something extra special for the satisfaction of the in ner man we are a very poor judge. The official party including the Minister for Health, Mr. M. O'Sullivan, and Mrs. O'Sullivan, the Chairman of the Hospitals Commission, Dr. Lilley,, and Mrs. Lilley, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Cahill, will arrive at the Ball shortly before 10 p.m., and the qfficial opening will take place shortly afterwards. The 'Belle of the Ball' will be announced at 10.45 p.m., so the young beauties of the town and district will need to begin preparations at least an hour earlier than usual in order to display themselves in time for judging. CIVIC RECEPTION The offici...

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SALVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

SALVATION ARMY Sunday, July 22: Rye Park 7.15 p.m. Address: Mr. Ralph Southwell. Sunday, July 29: Rye Park 7.15 pan., led by Officers. P. Stephens, Lieutenant. 'BOOROWA NEWS' FRIDAY, 20th JULY, 1951.

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BOOROWA IDEALLY LOCATED FOR PROCESSING PLANT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

BOOROWA IDEALLY LOCATED FOR PROCESSING PLANT I 'From all I can see, ', Boorowa is ideally lo- j cated for the establish- ; ment of a Quick Freez- ! ing Plant.' j This was stated by the j Member for Young/ Mi1 j TtedTSobrowa last week- ! ' end with represents- ; tives of a Quick Frozen ! Foods organisation. j Mr. Cahill said his j reason for this was that ! power was available | . and that they had an I ample wate,r supply, j and the area all along j the Boorowa River had ! the soil quality and ir- j rigation potential so ; necessary for success- - ful vegetable and fruit - growing. j

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PRESBYTERIAN [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

PRESBYTERIAN Sunday, July 22: Boorowa, at 3 p.m. (Memorial Service to late Mrs. George Gay). Rev. M. MacDonald, M.A. Minister.

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FOOTBALL TEAM FOR COOTA. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

FOOTBALL TEAM FOR COOTA. . Boorowa' s team will be: K. Hudson, N. Rudd, B. Powderly, K. Groc'ott, G. Spiller, B. Beck, E. Donohoe, N. Brennan, R. Fahey, A. Glover, A. Malone, L. Smart, D. Smith.

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METHODIST CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

METHODIST CHURCH Sunday, July 22: Godfrey's Creek li a.m., Rye Park 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m., Rev. C. H. Buttsworth. Rev. C. H. Buttsworth, # ? Minister.

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WELL MATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

we!ll matched. Names of a bride and bride groom married at Wollongong recently and now living at Cowra were, respectively, Duck and Lake!

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