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OVER 500 ATTEND CONCERT Profit Of £90/5/6 [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

OVER 500 ATTEND f emar. -% Profit Of £90/5/6* Over 509 people attended the Edgar Corcoran Fund Concert in - the Guild Hall last Friday night, taxing the seating accommodation of the hall to capacity, ''?'*. Total tickatg^^kn^e. were %/5K& £5, nett profits MfflEpgP : were' £&5/tt-™J!p^ The only expenses in con nection with the whole concert were for hiring of '^'cars for transportation of visiting ar tis^s?'':'' i ??'?'? ? It was unfortunate that the - failure of the Chief Secretary to notify the Committee of any decision he might have made concerning their application for exemption from taxaSabil, ne cessitated a complete change of procedure at the last moment* with resultant confusipn. In stead of merely ushering people. * to their booked seats die planned it became necessary, for taxa tion purposes, to sell evj^b'ne a ticket and the congestion at the -box office became so flfreat as to delay the start of the con cert for a considerable time. tiowever, we may justin...

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

AT FigMfffStiW SH&MI9& ^sCSB na oiher seksm&n §m*** *&r ins factWes and senrfte fitst PITT, SON £ BADGES* fa. railway^^^^^^^^^shady ^gjK_ well - watered M0&!% resting paddocks swimming bath far effttfc ^P~^*t permanent handling staff d|||iif|i| are the amenities thai 48sure^t3t looking their best ]JFjJf *&*» ,--.'{ presented to bttysrSi Mm *PmW9GW*r fhvvfc PlTlSoN&BAOGEWm PSS3 H*ad O«k« 4 O'CoBneM Stnmt. $ fiawf DARBY STREET, NEWCASTLE. BRANCHES AT SOQRQWA. OtOOOmi. COOTAMUNDRA, BOMBALA, WELLINGTON, ICONf , j^^^K White Heather Fine Cut Flake ? . . 24/ Cape Pine Cut Flake ? .... 22/ Clipper Fine Cut Flake ? .. .; .... .. 20/ Clipper Bright or Dark Pipe Flake .. '. ? .. .. 20/ Cape Bright Flake ? .. .. ..22/ Robin 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; plus 4d each Additional pound. If Paying by Cheque, Pl...

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FROZEN FOODS IN BOOROWA SHOPS WITHIN THREE MONTHS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

FROZEN FOODS IN BOOROWA SHOPS WITHIN THREE MONTHS Within jthree months more than 45 frozen pro ducts will be available in Boorowa stores. Then local housewives will be able to choose from a range of foods from a three or four couvse baked dinner t-- a piping hot supper, from poultry to sea foods and ready-to-cook vege able in Bocrowa will include tables or fresh fruits. The lines which will be ayail fried, grilled, braised, cui^ed and roasted meat dishes, twelve varieties of vegetables, a variety of sauces, bread rolls, fresh fruits, sweets and a variety of Chinese foods. All those prodiicts are prepar ed for immediate use, no pre paration being necessary for any meals. :?'$f£.:

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CLAIM FOR DAMAGES FOR ALLEGED BREACH OF CONTRACT Boorowa Case Adjourned At Young Court [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

CLAIM FOR DAMAGES FOR AIM) BREACH OF CONTRAjCT Boorowa Case Adjourned At Young Court For hearing in the Young District Court on Tuesday .. last ? was a claim by Mr. 1 ,John Kelly, of 'Newhaven,*' Boorowa, . . against Ernest John Cfralker, of »Boorowar for damages for alleged breach of contract. Acting for plaintiffs solicitor (Mr. R. Grant), Mr. W. F. Clap in informed Judge . Berne that Mr. Grant had been called to Sydney and an adjournment to next sittings of the Court was desired. Appearing for defendant, Mr. ?G. T. Quilkey agreed to the ap plication. .'?'?' His Honor accordingly set the hearing^pwn for October 30.

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EDGAR CORCORAN FUND FURTHER DONATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

EDGAR CORCORAN PUD . FURTHER DONATION^ * Further donations to the Ed gar Corcoran Fund are: Concert Takings .. 87 5 6 E. A Goleroan, Spring vale . . ? 2 20 Arthur Rolfe, Jugiong 5 0 0 R. A. Stanton-Cook : (Glengarry Pastor al Co.) ? 5 0 0 Clem Gorham (Rye Park) ? 2 2 0 W. M. Dwyer ? 5 5 0 Bob Clark ? 3 3 0 W. Oxley ? 3 0 0 J. W. Bush (Rye Park) ? 2 0 0, A meeting of the Edgar Cor coran Fund ? Committee will be held in the Council Chambers at 8 p.m. on Monday night, 30th July, for the purpose of winding up the whole Fund and decid ing upon handing over the pro ceeds. £/ AlPsporting bodies, still hold ing books in connection with the Dick Ollerenshaw Watch Com petition are requested to for ward the books ? and money to( Mr. K. Martin (Treasurer) as ' soon as possible.

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NEWLING FUND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

NEWL1NG FUND Previously acknow ledged ? -. -A £206 2 0 J. C. Mason & Sons . 5 5 0 A. Bushby .-,-- .. 500 Dr. I. L Kelf^.:'.. 5 0 0 Cr. J. A. Fahey :,-. 2 0 0 Mrs. K. B. Needham 110 Mrs. G. Smith .... 100 Mr. Jim Keefl; .... 100 Mr. Bert Morgan . . 10 6 Mr. G. Moona .... 10 6 Mr. M. Conroy .... 10 0 £227 19 0

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F'MORE STOREKEEPERS WIN CLAIM AGAINST CONTRACTOR For Goods Sold And Delivered [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

F 'MORE STOREKEEPERS Wffi/CLAM AGAfSI CONTRACTOR For Goods Sold And Delivered A Frognjore couple who kept .a store obtained a ver dict against a contractor in Young District Court on Tuesday. The claim was for goods sold and delivered. ' ' *? Charles and Vera Hill were the plaintiffs and John W. Mitchell was the defendant. Mr^ G. A. Quilkey, of Boor owa, appeared for plaintiffs. There was no appearance by or for, Mitchell. Hill said he and his wife were in partnership. Mitchell came to the shop one - day and told him he was going to do a rabbit contract in the Yass district and wouldjg^jsiking men along with himL'^^^ndant asked him if li^|^lv6pen anaccount, which Jb^H|^a pay,. .and agreement '^S^j r 'reached. Mitchell had sSid:.'Keep every account sep arate.' GoMs valued at £22/6/3 and £1-)/K?i) Tin-H hpfn qnnnlipii to two of the men, named D. Wil-' liams and J. Wilson, continued Hill. Defendant had been pro vided V$j|ife/iS;oods worth £12/ 12^fe|?;^i|^iatter amount bad been j|ui||^...

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COMPETITION RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

COMPETITION RESULTS Harden did not travel to Junee on Sunday for their Group Nine competition fixture. It is reported' that the Junee ground was under water. Results of games played are: (The home team is mentioned first). Temora 5, drew with Coota mundra 6? Wyalong 0, lost to Cowra 5. Grenfell 5, lost to Gundagai 13. Boorowa 5, drew with Young 5. Barmedman 0, lost to Tumut 5.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Value of Quick Freezing Project DETAILS OF SCHEME EXPLAINED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

alue of Quick Freezing Project DETAILS OF SCHEME EXPLAINED The successful operation of the Quick Frozen Foods project would have bene ficial results on all levels— first it wduld benefit the producer by providing him with an assured market at guaranteed prices at all times; nekt it would benefit the house wife by placing at her disposal fresh foods at all times irrespective of seasons, and finally, it would be both a national and international asset, helping to relieve the great food shortage which is causing so muoh hardship in so many countries of the world to-day, . ' This was stated*by the joint Managing Director of the Quick Frozen Foods Company, Mr. A. E. Merryful, \ member of the American Society of Refrigeration Eng ineers at a meeting at Boorowa last Saturday morning at the Guild Hall when he briefly outlined the scheme which his company had in mind. Mr. Merryful said there was nothing new or revo lutionary in the idea of .' quick frozen foods. Al ready the company has been...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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GOLF NEWS C. Sotheron Wins 'Tyro' Cup [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

GOLF NEWS C. Sotheron Wins 'Tyro' Cup Saturday was the only day last. week-end for golf fixtures. The event set down for Sunday (the Patron's Trophy) was postponed to Sunday, 9th September, due. to the continuous rain. The Stableford Handicap conducted on Saturday resulted in wins for Charlie Weeden in the 'A' Grade and Ted Sams in the 'B' Grade. TYRO CUP The competitors in the Tyro Cup comprised only five mem bers and this was disappoint ing to the Committee in view of the fact that the field could have comprised at least twelve mem bers. Honors in this event went to Clarrie Sotheron with a round of 99. (27) 72. S.W.D. TEAMS MATCH The South Western District's Teams Match is set down for play on the Young Golf Club on Sunday next, 22nd July. This event is conducted annually by the Association and is on an aggregate Scratch Score basis, each team consisting of nine players. The following players have been selected to represent the Boorowa Club: J. R. Whale, R. Ryan, H. Thompson, K- M...

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

HAIR STYLIST PATRICIA SHEPHERD COURT STREET, BOOROWA. ^ FOE ALL TYPES OF PERMANENT WAVING AND LATEST HAIR STYLES. Phone 18. . - Notice To Trespassers ANY PERSON found Hunting, taking Bees' Nests or Trespass, ing on 'NARRA ALLAN,' with out permission, will be prose cuted. H. C. STEVENSON. & CO.

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FROGMORE TOPICS BALL-BENEFIT SOCIAL RABBIT DRIVE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

IfrogmoreI !. TOPICS .1 : From Our Correspondent : ? ? BALL-BENEFIT SOCIAL -RABBIT DRIVE , At the Young People's Club (Frogmore) meeting last Tuesday week it was decided to hold a Ballr a Benefit Social and a Rabbit Drive. Mr. Max Holmes was in the chair and the Secretary (Mr. John Hill) read the minutes of the previous meeting. BIG BALL PLANNED It was explained that the Ball in aid of the Boorowa District Hospital and Ambulance which was to have been held was post poned because of the death of Mr. Edgar Corcoran. ' The Ball will now be held on Friday, 10th August, and the meeting was unanimous in its desire to make this ball the best Frogmore has had for many years. Joint secretaries, Misses Nancy Holmes and Beryl Chud Ieigh, have been left with a big job to carry out the decisions. The ball is to be a Masquer ade Ball, and the Shire Presi dent, Cr. A. G, Gorham, will be requested to officiate at the of ficial opening at 10 p.m. some discussion cenirea aoout the supper proposals bu...

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HARVEST PROSPECTS BRIGHTENED BY REGENT RAINS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

HARVEST PR0SP£CT8 BRIGHTENED BY RECENT RAINS 'Steady rain of great value has been received in all parts of the district and this has continued the improvement in the pastures and has greatly benefited harvest prospects/' stated the District Stock Inspector (Mr. K. V. Byrne), in his monthly report. 'The disease position has gen erally been the same as in the previous month- although there has been an increase in the amount of- loss being caused by entero toxaemia and worm . in festation,' continued Mr. Byrne. 'General improvement in the pastures has increased the risk of losses from the former and the rainy conditions predispose to trouble with the latter. ? 'With regard to worm infes tation, as has been mentioned several times recently, the win ter months are the ones in which most trouble from hair worm can be expected) and, as many district sheepowners discovered last year, once young sheep are allowed to become heavily in fested with this parasite it is very difficult to prevent ...

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TUMUT GO DOWN IN MAHER CUP CHALLENGE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

TUMUT €0 DOWN IN MAHER CUP CHALLENGE Barmedman defeated Tu mut by 28 points to 13 in their Matter Cup game play led last Saturday. The game was full of inter est, and the challengers put up a good show, but the heavier Barmedman team wore down their opponents; but Tumut came back again and again and right on the bell scored a try.

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'Rural Areas Should Have C.P. Members'—Orange MP [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

Mfefhbers'-Orahge W - Speakers at a meeting of the Young branch of the Country Party which was held recently, stated it was essential for rural areas to be represented in Parliament by Country Party men. The State Member for Or ange. Mr. Charles Cutler, said that Hume in the Federal sphere, Young in the State sphere, and Burrinjuck, too. should be held by the Country Party. It had been proved that Country Party representation was in the best interests of Country people, and just why those three seats were not held by C.P. men was something he did not know. However, it was' no use being bitter, continued Mr. Cutler. Those who had voted against the party last time would have to come back, as they would see the error of their wavs. He felt it would be only a matter of time before the electors of Hume woke up. People who did not want a Labor Government would have to get behind their candi dates. STATE REPRESENTATION IMPORTANT Since the war, said the speak er, quite a lot of people had g...

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PIPES ARRIVE AT LAST [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

[?] ' The long-awaited; and of ten urged-for pipes to pro vide safe crossings at the Frogmore Hall have at last arrived.: A meeting of the tiail com mittee will be held in the very near future. The question of -whether the Hall Committee mil ask the Shire Council to put in the culverts or whether by working bee, the Hall Com mittee will do the job itself, will he discussed. It is expected that the Com mittee will -do the work itself. This would save considerable expense and. it is hoped that the crossings will be in use before the Hospital Ball in August.

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

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

!| LOUNGE & BEDROOM SUITES I jl ffdi? ON DISPLAY. j| '; Also Just Arrived— a Consignment of -? ij Inner Spring Mattresses ,-jj jj Secure Now — Before Prices Increase. ;! ;! Available Now: '; ;- WHITE PORCELAIN ENAMEL BATH TUBS \\ \\ LOUNGE SUITE SPECIAL.— A particularly well '?'] ^constructed Three-piece Loose Cushion LOUNGE I j ? | SUITE, featuring Sprung Platforms and Inner- . J i \ » Spring Loose Cushions. English Genoa Velvet Cpv- J ! jl eriugs. Outstanding Value at ? £59/10/-. ?; ?' CHROME BEDSTEADS.— All complete with Wire I; 1 1 Mattresses suitable for soft ox inner-spring mat- \ ? i| tresses. 4ft. 6in. size will be arriving shortly. ;! ?! CEDAR BEDROOM SUITE (and Butt Maple), in jj « 5 the latest designs Last word in BEDROOM Suites. ! | j! SOFT BEDDING.— Let us quote you. Inspect bur j! j i. range. ' j! j; INNER SPRING MATTRESSES, available in 3ft., i| !| 3ft. 6in. and 4ft. 6in. sizes — by leading makers: I| i | Dreaminaker — Beauty Sleep — Betterest — Etc. [I J I Ag...

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BEER A DAY MEANS £3/13/4 TAX A YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

BEER A DAY MEANS p/13/4 X4X A YEAR Since 1939 Australians have drunk 1515 million gallons of beer. . Annual consumption is rising steadily by about one gallon a head of population, and is now 191 gallons, compared with 12 gallons in 1939. The population of Australia has risen by one-fifth since the year before the war; the total consumption of beer was doubl ed. Excise paid on beer is one of the Federal Government's major sources of revenue. In 13 years it has put £277 million into Federal coffers, From £7$ million or 21/- a head of population in 1938/39, excise paid on beer rose to al most £34 million, or 84/- a head last year. This year the amount will be about £37J million, or 90/4 a head of population — men, women and children. 2id A GLASS How much the regular beer drinker pays depends of course, on how much he drinks. In the year to the end of June, the total expenditure on beer was about £109 million. . From this amount, £34 million was collected in excise. Of the total expend...

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GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

GUI* ASMMplAlft On Weuhesiiay, the lirst rounu oi tiie iuiocKuut competition was nelu. ine results are as luiiows: xt. jaoDDin defeated B. Thom son, z up. f. Sullivan uefeated E. Thomp son, i up. , E. tiannery Uefeated S. Thom as, 1 up. H. liolfe defeated D. McCabe, 2 up. J. O'Donnell won on a' forfeit. B. Lindsay defeated E. Fahey, 2 up. E. Hancock defeated C. Perks, 1 up. I. O'Hara defeated E( Dowling, 2 up. J. Wright won on a forfeit. It. Denning defeated M. Ligg ins. P. Keif defeated N. O'Neill. A . Edwards won on a forfeit . M . Young won on a forfeit . Associates are reminded that there will be a general meet ing held in the Club House on Friday, 27th July, at 2.30 p.m. Next Wednesday's event will be an 18 Holes Stroke . (Par Competition) and the draw is as follows: E. Fiannery v. H. Rolfe. E. Hancock v. T. Sullivan E. Fahey v. I. O'Hara. V. Williams v. B. Dwyer. J. O'Donnell v. D. Bobbin. A. Edwards v. R. Denning, J. Wright v. N. O'Neill. W. Clements v. B. Lindsay. E. Thompso...

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