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Boorowa Family Return From Enjoyable Holiday Trip To Hayman Island [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
Boorowa Family Return From Enjoyable Holiday Trip To Hayman Island In last week's issue of 'Country Life Stock and Station Journal' appeared a picture of Mr. and Mrs. C.1 K. Gorham and family, of ' Willowmere, ' Boorowa, accompanied by the following article concerning their recent : holiday trip. ? 'The Gorham family, of 'Willowmere,' Boorowa, have got the right idea, although, ad mittedly, they could have ex tended it with pleasure and pro fit. They have just returned from Hayman Island, which they regard as a dreamland of beauty and tranqiiility. 'Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Gorham, with their two sons. Rex and Jeff, spent a week at Hayman Is lancf, where Ansett Transport Industries haves set up hotel accommodation ar.d tourist fac ilities which, in the opinion of these experienced travellers, are a credit to Australia; . WrORLD PUBLICITY 'The' only thing, they^ said, fthat Hayman Island needs is *vorld publicity to make jt a world' centre of tourist attrac tion. Every member of tfea famil...
ONLY ONE MEMBER OUT OF 41 ATTENDED ALL SHOW MEETINGS 12 Committeemen Did Not Attend A Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
ONLY ONE MEMBER ML SHOW MEETING^ '.if. . ? »??.-'? In . big; ^annual report for 1950/5l|yt1ie secretary of the BoVrtowa P.AV and H. Association 'last Saturday (MrVS.b. Bobbin) indicated that of the 41 members of the committee, only one at tended alt of ttie ten' meet ings.''' i As opposed to this, twelve members attended no meetings, at all.' ? Other 'figures are nine meet: ings, two; eight meetings, three; seven meeting's.' two; six meet ings, one;' five' meetings, four; four meetings, three; three, meetiqgsp *3iyie; two meetings, f oUjSJiSfift : jneeting, four. _ ? Tfltse yjjjgiires would appear tp^enectvAadyersely upoir the; eiSSfus&sJjJr of committee mem be^fe %$&$me secretary pointed -out%j^-JHJ6~. %fet of meetings being^^^JV'.jSaturday morn ings ,f-^^St^a a number from afttuftw^SiI'dioreover, these saittej^^^pien rendered par ticuiftj^i^jiable service to -the
SHOW SECRETARY [?] WIDESPREAD REGRET EXPRESSED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
sHHS^wSttw^^i JlfeESfiREAD REGRET Swa j^how^8piBie^- An 3iuai naeetinfi1 ^^JS^B? |3ay ^heio/Mr. \Sr.3y/»p'- 5ras reluctantly' compelled' lp wdiriquiih ^g-0#jgf$ as secretary ortWSofeieiy, STlfeToatoeaae^tefiKMr. sfBJ-cA»l fiisack) moved acceptance of tEe resignation with profound iggret, statin^itbaiaiVIrxifioJjhTO Jad4»enseefefea*gforHben4iap g? years durl&§t$»foi-J&f£Il b.56&i: lad been excellently well kejpt Ad the affairs €wtfeGi-eie|y.J Had been, so watt recorded th.at SoMWn wa^a^Jlabte'af all JSne&^HB mtisVaccept the resig H&tibn, but he ?wished to extend, to Mr. Bobbin his personal thanks for all the good work he bad done in the past ten: years. 'Mr. Bobbin assured the meet ing that it would be impossible for him to review his decision, and he wished to be relieved of the responsibility as soon as possible. However, he would hot see the Society stuck and would carry on until a new sec retary could be' appointed by; The incoming committe...
Quiek Freeze Project Discussed At Boorowa Industry Would Stabilise Food Prices, Production [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
Quiek Freeze Project Discussed At Boorowa Industry Would Stabilise Food Prices, Production Last Saturday morning, at the Guild Hall, the local State Member, Mr, Fred J. Cahill, M.L.A., introduced' to the public of Boorowa the joint managing directqrs and other interested representatives of 'Ready Maid' Quick Frozen Foods Pty. Ltd., a company which has recently opened up in Bathurst the largest plant of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. The company is interested in developing the whqle of the Lachlan Valley for supply of food commodities of all kinds with assured prices irrespective of sea«m algluV - .ffe The vifHp§} were ? Mes&jgjfH. L. Messenger and A. E. Merry ful (A.S.B;:E., America), jbini managing-directors; B. Brierly, Consulting Accountant (also; in cidentally, consul for Haiti} in the West Indies); and J.,!F. Cannon, director, who is a .j-as- toralist in the Merriwa district). LACHLAN VALLEY'S VAST, POTENTIALITIES FOR - DEVELOPMENT j In his introductory address, M...
POOR LIGHTING IN PUBLIC WARDS AT HOSPITAL Hospital Board Directors Concerned At Position [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
POOR LIGHTING IN P$JJC WARDS AT HOSPITAL Hospital Board Directors Concerned At Position Directors of Boorowa Dis trict Hospital Board js^re concerned at their mating last Monday night at the - ^popr lighting invthe Public wards at the Hospital, as patients wishing to read were finding it difficult to do so comfortably. As the result of the dis cussion it was decided that, the matter of improved lighting be discussed Ayitli .:;;,^)tt^-:t$pS»an of the Hosr 'IHf&ls -^mjni«sioii (Dr. J?$le%) -- iQ^his' visit to i?Sodrow^*iMfthe week-end. \?i '? WJEJil^fc TO NEW ??i T3e,fo*e:'; ^«omj|iencement of biis5g£ss7'4he Pj&rident (Dir.. V. P- 0ipyar) extended, a welcome to Sir. P. G. itcGrath, and con gra^jida'ted him on his appoint ment to the Board: Dir. McGrath suitably re : sppnded. assuring the Board the fullest co-operation and his . willujgnessr. to carry put the. ,. duties of Director to the utmost ?*££:?: A::-gk3M&W33®$Srr: . ? ., ijg&v The :fip»^-iBfenuni...
TENNIS COMP. LEADER WIN [?] Rugby Aces Easily Defeated [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
[?] EsidiP3;:'f^-egy? vjf' i ? ?^Strict^reflnls^C«n|etition£ win over Rugby Aces oils M$$ft$^y set *^yed' H 'jBtewHJed scores were: , ~ itK%g^A!Rf§iefftyF§ c?^* ?' ^^S'''fe6tJBLteS;i § lMHU!m Bffrfls1!a\ia'v:!!iass .§. IjHojwi&jr^egdames it. G&- JUianVlS$*€PMoorby 1/6 0&. jJIE.N'S DOUBLES ' £ -'^oftufm nafid ^'Styles ' !/$ V©K)flH|^'iSBia P. Holmes v. K.' uorn&h and B. Styles 0/@ ,0/6. ' MIXED DOUBLES «F; Hafey and Miss E. Burns v. K. Gorham and Mrs. Gorham 0/6. T. Horton and Miss N. Holmes v. n. ocyies ana jjsrs. \j. Moorby 2/6. . W. Collins and Mrs. E. Burns .v. J. Frost and Mrs. K. Gorham 1/6. ? P. Holmes and Miss N. Holmes v, A. Perceval and Mrs. C. Moorby 0/6. J. Hafey and Mrs. E. Burns v. --B. Styles and Mrs. Moorby 0/6. T. Horton and Miss N. Holmes v. K. Gorham and Mrs: Gor ham 2/6. W. Collins and Mis. E. Burns v. A. Perceval and Mrs. Moor by 0/6. P. Holmes and Miss N. Holmes v. J. .Frost and Mrs. K. Gor ham 0/6. Scores: Eye Park, 18 sets 144 g...
EUCHRE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
EUCHRE PARTY There was a fair attend- . ance at the euchre party held Ifr the Central School on Tuesday night, the sec , ond in the monthly series^, which is now current. The ladies' prize was divided evenly among Mesdames H. Smith, N. Alchin and E. Hewitt, whilst the gent's prize was won by Mr. w. uuras. EAST v. WEST IN CHAL LENGE MATCH. Added interest has been giv en to the ciih, tournament to be held oh TuesMay, 31st July, by the fact that it; Uj to be conduct ed as a challig^feiatch between East and W^^S^gwa^;^^
PROPOSAL TO DEVELOP LECHLAN VALLEY Important Convention To Be Held At Forbes [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
LACHLAN VALLEY Important Convention To Be Held At Forbes At the conclusion of the four which they are mak ing, the representatives of the 'Beady Maid' Quick Frozen Foods Company, who visited Boorowa last Saturday, are to attend a convention at Forbes on the 13th and 14th August. The purpose of the convention is to formulate plans for the de velopment of the Lachlan Valley for fruit and vegetable produc tion by water conservation and power generation. State 'and Federal Parliamentarians, Gov ernment officials, are to attend the conference, and Mr. Cahill has invited twelve Shire Coun cils within the Young electorate to send representatives. f
MAHER CUP DRAW BOOBOWA IN FIFTH PLACE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
MAHER CUP DRAW BOOROWA IN FIFTH PLACE Boorowa gained fifth place in the new Maher Cup draw made at Coota mundra last Saturday. The four teams which missed out in the draw were Grenfell, Cootamundra, West Wyalong, and Temnra. The draw is as follows: Saturday, July 21: Harden. Saturday, July 28: Cowra Saturday, August 4: Tumut. Saturday, August 11: Gundagai. Saturday, August 18: BOOROWA. Saturday, August 25: Young. Saturday, September 1: Junee.
QUICK-FREEZING OF FOOD Interesting Films Shown At Boorowa [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
QUICK-FREEZING OF interesting Films Shown At Boorowa Two very interesting film* were shown at the- Boor- owa Guild Hall last Sat urday morning on quick frozen foods by represen tatives of a Sydney froz en foods organisation, who were accompanied by the local member, Mr. Fred J. Cahiil, M.L.A. They first dealt- with the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area with special reference . to Leet on. The film, in technicolor, showed first Leeton ami district as it was before the construction of the Burrinjuck Dam. This scene of undeveloped land was contrasted with Leeton to-day with its flourishing orchards, and vastly increased wealth gen erally. The story of peaches from the first planting of the tree to the final canning of the fruit was shown in minute de tail, and served to indicate the amazing results of wise water conservation. The second film, an American production, dealt with the tech nical details of the home deep freezing process, and showed the i extent to which the practice has been de...
HOSPITAL'S BILL £1532/16/10 FOR MONTH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
HOSPITALS BILL £1532/16/10 FOR MONTH The rapid upward trend of prices was strikingly revealed in the schedule of accounts submitted to the month ly meeting- of the Boor owa District Hospital Board on Monday night last. The accounts paid and those listed for approv al to pay reached tlhe staggering total of £1532/i$/10 for the' month. These were normal trading accounts, which represent the .ordinary day to day cost of runn ing the hospital. . . This figure should make it quite obvious that any support forth coming from tiie gener al -public is doubly wel come ia these days ofN i^gla i priceB. 1
PRICKLY PEAR PEST RAMPANT IN SOUTH-WEST DISTRICTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
PRICKLY PEAR PEST RAMPANT IN SOOTH WEST DISTRICTS To remove all danger of prickly-pear spreading in the Rivcrina and South West, each locality in these areas will.be cleared of the pest systematically in turn, Mr. Renshaw, Minister for Lands, said to-dav. A recent survey by a senior Prickly Pear Destruction field officer revealed that prickly-pear cultivation is even more serious than was originally believed to be the case. Prickly-pear was found in every district visited. May station homes have large prickly-pear hedges around them, there was widespread cul tivation in town gardens, and prickly-pear was being- distribut ed far ami wide at an alarming rate. Mr. Renshaw said one woman who got supplies from a large prickly-pear garden at Jerilderie had been the means of taking it to towns as far away as Gunn ing, Wagga, Corowa and Denili quin. In many localities prickly-pear has already started to grow wild in the bush from discarded ffarden nlants. Mr.- Renshaw said one Prickly Pear ...
Boorowa Grazier Accepts Challenge [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
Boorowa Grazier Accepts Challeip Sir, — In a recent letter ad dressed to you, a Councillor of Boorowa Shire expressed indig nation on behalf of himself and colleagues of the Council that dissatisfied ratepayers made criticism without coming out in to the open. As a dissatished ratepayer, i accept this challenge and ;by your courtesy I would firstly, write to the ratepayers: Recent ly all soldier settlers on the ex Goba Creek-Kenyu Estates 'ire ceived a supplementary rate tax of 2d in the £ for the purpose of making available additional funds to maintain roads in Rid ings A and B. ; ? All ratepayers in Ridings A and B have received the same rating. The obvious shouts FAIR, but do you, the ratepay ers of air Ridings, know: First ly, the' Unimproved Capital Value of the Soldier Settlers blocks concerned are assessed! at from two, three and possibly four times higher than, your own Shire valuation ? ?For three years your Coun cil has been fully aware of that. They also know that £hey co...
GRENFELL MAY GET AERODROME [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951
GRENFELL MAY GET AERODROME An officer of the Depart ment of Civil Aviation has visited Grenfell and exam ined several sites for an aerodrome. He was particularly impress ed with one of them. It is understood that the .Shire Engineer, Mr. J. Brand, has been instructed to prepare plans and levels for the Department, which proposes to. send two of its own engineers up to exam ine the site.