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EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END A riotous blend of music comedy and romance, Para mount's 'RIDING HIGH,' which is screening this Saturday (at matinee and evening).. This is reported to be Bing Crosby's ? greatest picture. Certainly Der . single has surrounded himseli witJi an abundance of talent in co-stars Coleen Gray, Frances Gifford and Charles Bickford, as well as the featured players who include William 'Demarest, j| Raymond Walburn, James GlearfSp son, Ward Bond, Clarence Musef^ Percy Kilbridge and Harry Daw&fX' enport. ' . .? fiWSj Produced and directed . Jyr'3 three times Academy Award/? winner Frank Capra, 'Riding' .'.- High' introduces four new Burke-Van Heusen song-hits, in cluding 'Sunshine Cake,' 'Sure , Thing,' 'Somewhere On Any-, where Road' and 'The Horse Told Me.' ' ,.???'?: The supporting attraction will be, the jungle adventure, 'BOMri BO, JUNGLE BOY.' starring J-: Johnny Sheffield and Peggy Asyy||| Gardner. ,?s*v All aboard for Sun Valley, and M.G-M.'s technico...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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"TOO COLD FOR SIGNALS" [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

'TOO COLD FOR SIGNALS' Publication in a Sydney news paper of the picture of a motor ist displaying a sign 'Too cold for signals' caused many pro tests to be received by the N.R. M.A. Apparently the motorist displayed the sign as a dare. The traffic police confiscated the sign and warned the public that failure to give s:ood driviner sig nals would be met with strong action. NIR.M.A. general secretary, Mr. H. E Richards, said that if it was a practical ojke on the motorist's part it was in poor taste, as it might encourage others to drive dangerously. Motorists who found it too cold to give driving signals should stay off the road. If all driv ers decided it was too cold for .signals, the death toll would be colossal,

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SHORTAGE OF NEWSPRINT "WORLD WIDE" [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

SHORTAGE OF NEWS PRINT 'WORLD WIDF' The newsprint shortage was serious and world-wide, the Minister for Customs, Senator O'Sullivan, said. Senator O'Sullivan was replying to- questions by Senator Crichey (Lab.. S.A.). No instance had been re ported to him of lack of newsprint forcing provincial or country newspapers to cease publication, Senator O'Sullivan said. . ; - A newsprint branch 3utd been estabnfhed in the De partment ,of Trade and -Cus- toms to assist provincial or country newspapers to flb tain minimum newsprint re quirements for current use pending importation of sup Senator O'Sullivan said the present newsprint short age was expected to con tinue 'for some considerable time.'. , He added that if instances of distress were reported to him, the administrative of ficer in charge of the branch arranged for stocks to be supplied to the provincial or country publishers on a re placement basis.

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Advantages of Quick Freezing Will Improve Returns To Producers [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

[?] i . ?'.??;-V:\AJOIH' Tf. : s.patf\TT3HIj( /r .^A. f ? At the meeting neld in the Guild Hall on Saturday morning li^MM t\ Mm^moW^^^ m~ Quick FreesinWlitit i«'tBoolrowa'iv:dnW increase the farmerfs/iteturarperJiatereinfi :-.n«:!i--'j -dij, yt^D /. 'The return w'PdWerB'rif vefembles where there was an assut^d^ar«fet!lwM^rbb^E»§;¥o'atf0 per acre, ^ch'.iBfliucM'ln advance of the returns, from fat lambs aifd'riwSol,' said fSlrV Messenger. ' - ? ay Having more I'nan one avenue oi tn-.ouie me tariu er it- msuriuj; ninibeii ugaaibt tue yoao*olin}' oi a wooi £iuuii» !-aia Mr. ^iet-s- enger. uir. iviessenger gave one ex* ampie oi a iaimer wno receiv ea a recui-n oi £±O0 per acre ii'om ten acres oi pumptous. J\ot only nas me grower au assured market but, u lie wish es to become financially inter ested in the company, a num ber of shares have been set aside lor producers so that they can become shareholders. This is, however, optional, as there is no need for further share sales. The company...

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

iAirtlflcMI Wrpath* Always On :-'teift^7' H'1'1- ?--.? ''' ?;™tf|ijw6atatlve tor: - ? . '?p FREDERICK ABNOLD, : i, :'-V Monumental Masons, : ;%'.:??!.-?? ?? He^fero,' Sydney. ? . ? h'.'~k]; Telephone 22. PATTERSON BROS. \l. FUNERAL DIRECTORS i Boorowa, Harden, Young. !????? Head Office: ! MAIN STaEET, YOUNG. t We Personally Supervise All | '???.-;? Arrangements. I Complete, Modem Equipment. | Funerals Conducted Wfth b Reverence and Dignity. ? Local Representative: I P. J. SLATTERY, I , Phone ? 183. Notice To Trespassers ANY PERSON found removing Wood, Hunting, Shooting or otherwise Trespassing without authority on 'SPRINGFIELD,' will be prosecuted. Estate Late E. G. SPICER. 'Springfield,' Boorowa. about service life today! L There is no more worthwhile career today - than one spent in the service of Australia. % An 18-year-old Serviceman who has completed his basic recruit training (normally 3 to 6 months) is paid over £8/7/6 a week, and in addition enjoys: 3. Food, accommodation, c...

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SHOW ENTRIES MUCH BELOW LAST YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

SHOW ENTRIES MUCH BELOW LAST YEAR The annual report of the 1951 .Boorowa Show Society presented to i^*- meeting last Saturday indicated a very marked decline in the number of entries as com pared with the 1950 Show., Total entries for 1951 .were 924 as airainst 1111 in 1950. The worst decline was in the cooking (96 to 62; jams, jellies and preserves (154 to 51), and Horticulture 59.-46) sections. On the other side of this pic ture 'theite was a'slight improve mentyHKnie of the major sec tionsJ^Ma as sheep (133 to i4l)''ljp^ wool (16-30). A heartenp^ sign was the in crease-in industrial entries from 43 to 81. However, the overall picture is depressing, especially- as this was the Jubilee Show, for it is difficult to draw any other con clusion than that the public generally is rapidly losing in terest in the Show. Something really spectacular will have to. be done to make the Show more attractive if it is not to just fade away altogether. ( Stud sheep valued at £100.000 will' be shown...

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

I WEEDEK'S|!' The Home Of Keen Prices GREY FLANNEL ..... ? .. 8/3 Yard, DARK GREY FLA3WEL ? ,, . . 8/3 t*t&. -'? BOYS' FLANNEL BIB and BRACE OVERALLS. 18/6 Pair. WHITE DELUSTRED SATIN ? ' . . 8/3 Yiird, BLACK CAMERAY SATIN , .... 10/6 Y«rd. WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS DANDY IRONER COME AND INSPECT NOW! SMALLGOODS.— Having just installed a large Air-cooled I Refrigerator, h^ invite you to inspect the goods displayed: I v SAUSAGES ..CORNED BEEF . HAM . BACON I DEVON . GARLIC . FRANKFURTS . SAVELOYS BLACK and WHITE PUDDINGS . ETC. . ETC. ?:\ '????? ??? ' 'I WEE DEN'S j 11 ' PUOMAN STREET, BOOROWA. TELEPHONE I

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

Xhe |i^^ffl|)ust-pi*oof^ Car On The Road ||* The Aitnazing Ntw Peugeot Sedan ''?' ^ THfiV-JflE ECONOMICAL ^^^B^^^^^^9^^^^^^^8^^^^^^^HHH^^ :: ' -*-'-' now. '- taBBSsSssi^n^^^^^^^^^mm^ . INBUILT FOSJii AUSTRALIAN ^i^l^^^^^l^^^^l^^^^^ fl^ ROADS AND CONDITIONS. ^HmH^^^P^^^^ * §§m)U -HAVE TO DRIVE IT TO BELIEVE ITS PERFORMANCE ! - i AGENT FOR : * Dodge -anxLJBeuQeot Cars, Trucks and ¥ British Dodge Trucks. .^.tiNHP ??. * Lister Shearing Machinery, Etc. ^ 'Land J^^jl * Caltex Depot for Kerosene, Petrol and * Icemsiwf'igfeivlnator Refrigerators., * Castro I Oil Depot. - # Danflarjilftij&l^nd Ma Hock Ltd. . . Oil,. * ' Pi, LAWRENCE £ Phone:* '^f^'^^^^ARSDEN STREET, aOOROWA. Phone 165.

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

ItABBITS 2/10 PAIR pp^fei F. COOK Young ^ '-yX^^phone YOUNG 687

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BOOROWA PICNIC RACE CLUB Public Dissatisfied With Date Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

[?] * ^ateffloTOn .tdJL^^HIi. February 22, 1952, as t'fie^ lilFffls The Club ^gfjretary (Mr. Gol. Dickson) has applied for 22nd February to be allocated as the date for Boorowa's first Picnic Race Meeting, but so far no re ply has been received. In discussing the matter, Mr. O. C. Hancock stated that when the date was first discussed he thought 22nd FeBruary was an ideal date, but in subsequent discussions with various outside people he had learnt that the date was viewed, with consider able dissatisfaction both because it was too early in the year, and because, the weather at that time is unusually too hot. Mr. T. Carter: WJiat satis factory alternative can you sug gest? This is the date Goul burn usually had, and we were very pleased, to have the oppor tunity of taking it over. Mr. Hancock: There is a big lag between the meetings at Yass and Cootamundra, so we might be able to fit our meet ing in between those. Mr. K. MacPherson: You must watch the date upon which East er falls, a...

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DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE The N.R.M.A. welcomes the statement by judge Markeli that the mounting toll caused liiin to consider whether it would not be better to send drinking driv ers to jail, however good their previous records. ? Mr. H. E. Richards, general secretary, said the N.R.M.A. had been saying for a long time that it .believed some courts were far too lenient to proved offenders. 'Penalties must be left to the courts,' he said, 'but it is ob vious that some courts do not consider driving under the in fluence of liquor to be the ser ious offence contemplated by Parliament when it passed the Motor Traffic Act. Wje agree that greater use of tht weapon of imprisonment in serious cas es would act as a deterrent. It is imperative that many motor ists should readjust their atti tude towards the taking of al cohol before or during driv ing,'

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

GOOD DOUBLE TO MURRINGO At Wagga races on Tuesday Murringo owner, trained and ridden Drafter 5/4 on), Aliquot (2/1), owned by Mr. Jim John ston, trained by Mr. J. O'Neill and ridden by the trainer's son, D; O'Neill, were successful in the Flying and Progressive. NOTICE A REMINDER to those that have not paid for their advert isement in 1951 Rugby Show Schedule. We would now ap preciate payment so- as to ad just our books before forward ing them to the Auditor. R. L.G0RHAM, Hon. Secretary. KOORAWATflA SHOW Saturday, 25th August £120 TROTTING PRIZES £120 GOOD TROPHIES FOR HUNT ING AND RING EVENTS. EXCELLENT LADIES' SECTION. Schedules Now Available. 'Phone KOORAWATHA 44 C. HANSEN, Hon. Secretary. Claiming The Date ! NEW YEAR'S EVE ANNUAL SPORTS BALL RUGBY PUBLIC HALL Doug. Southwell's Orchestra. E. BURNS, Hon. Secretary. Department of Main Roads. TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF FIREWOOD. TENDERS, suitably endorsed, and addressed to the under signed will be received up to 2.30 p.m...

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

[?] The following is a list of donations collected by Mr. Frank Norris, of Graham, towards the Edgar Corcoran Fund: Mr. & Mrs. L. J. Berry 10 0 0 Mr. A Mrs. J. Berry . 10 0 0 Mr. & Mrs. F. Norris 10 0 0 Mr. J. Smart . .... 10 0 0 Mr. Jack Malone .. 10 0 0 Mr. W. Lane ...... 1 00 C. H. & V. J. Hudson 6 00 Mr. & Mrs. Geo. Hud-' son .. .; .. .. .. 6 0 0 Mr. H. Warne .... 10 0 Mr. W. Bowman ... 10 0 Mr. W. Gibbons .... 5 0 0 Mr, & Mrs. P. Smith and family . . . . 6.50 Mr. & Mrs. L. J. ? O'Connor ....... 5 '50 Mr. F. O'Connor .. 5 0 0 Mr. Bert Smart .... 500 A..C. & G. A. Dunn 2 2 0 Mr. Jack Clarke .. .. 1 0 0 Mr. Bill Clarke .... 50 D. and Sonny Murphy 5 0 0 Mr. & Mrs. H. Coward 2 2 0 Mr. Tom Newham .. 5 0 0 Mr. &. Mrs. J. Clat worthy ? 2 2 0 Mr. & Mrs. G. Frazer 2 2 0 Mr. & Mrs. John Kelly 21 0 0 Mr. & Mrs. M. Evans and family . . . . 3 0 0 Mr. & Mrs. Alan Mew burn ? 1 10 Mr. &am...

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

WINTER ? A V* ?**???**?***?****«*«?*??« a ???????????????*???? SUGGESTIONS FROM STMBLEY'S OF BOOROWA MEN'S HEAVY-WEIGHT, BEST QUALITY FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS From ? 34/6 Pair. ALSO IN YOUTHS ? 19/11 Pair. WOMEN'S INTERLOCK; PYJAMAS AND NIGHTDRESSES Special Price ? - -: ? - 25/- Each. 'LUSTRELLA' PYJAMAS AND NIGHTDRESSES^ . Prom ? , ? 31/- Each. WOMEN'S FLORAL FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS Priced at ? : ? 33/6 Pair. WOMEN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHTDRESSES ' ' ?;?? ?' Priced at 1... ? - ? 28/6 Each. ?? .. . CHILDREN'S FLORAL FLANNELETTE PYJAMAS , Priced at ? ; ? 22/6 Pair. CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTE NIGHTDRESSES Priced at ? ... ? ? 13/11 Each. ? . LARGE RANGE . ; . ? WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S ! Fleecy Underwear ALL SIZES IN Silk and Wool Vest . FROM BABY TO GRANDMA I - . .,-..* 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 RUGS, Warm ...

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RETIRING SHOW COMMITTEE THANKS SUPPORTERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

RETIRING SHOW COMMITTEE THANKS SUPPORTERS Thanks and appreciation was extended to all mem bers of the Boorowa Show Society for their generous response with subscriptions, donations and their loyal co-operation throughout the year jn the annual report submitted to last Satur day's meeting of the Asso . ciation. Special thanks was extended to Mr. Toby Barton and Jus as sistants for conducting the Pub lican's booth; Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Gorham,/-fbr the valuable assistance rendered in the or ganisation of the Show Ball; and also to' the 'Boorowa News' for the publicity given ? to the affairs of the Association. Special thanks was also ex: tended to the Exhibitors, Stew ards and Stewardesses who gra tuously carried out their ardu ous duties in a very efficient and capable manner, and to all who voluntarily assisted in any way in the organisation of the 1951 Show.

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ATTENDANCE AT SHOW MEETING AGAIN UNSATISFACTORY Not Sufficent Members to Form Committee [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

ATTENDANCE AT SHOW MEETING AGAIN UNSATISFACTORY Not Sufficent Members To Form Committee Although 21 members attended the annual meeting of the Boorowa Show Society at the Court House Hotel on Saturday afternoon last, widespread dissatisfaction was expressed that there was not sufficient' of the public present to enable the new committee to be appointed. The secretary -Mr. S. D. Bobbin) stated, that after two editorials appearing in the 'News' and the wide spread discussion of the financial loss incurred at the last Show, he had expected that the attendance would have been large enough to indicate that the general public was interested in making a success of the Show. 'The only conclusion that the Society could draw-' said Mr.' Bobbin, 'was that . the general public and many members of the committee do not care. what becomes of the Show.' MR. KEITH MacPHERSON RESIGNS Before proceeding with the business of electing a commit tee, the secretary (Mr. S. D Bobbin) read a letter from Mr.. ...

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

rx3 .,r da-MA«SBBM aXfiffiifoaliOlp&W^ be bnB % . .:. t, - ? ? ? -_..'. -.;.;_;; ^Mp,.^^ ..„:.„ -^ '??'?i 'Agencies: '. : ~T~ ? -1m '? r 'r''; / }? fcfl*I mm'&LUiwWoai\ and M.&1/S& H@3[ J ? Australian FertiliaiftM «^. .v^avUab olffi^^ ffij ? MM? Vacuum Cleaners. . oj f#' Washing Machines, etc. ... - AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED ANYWBEREv; Valuations for Probate, Transfers, etc. StbTeU'a^lfp Property Lists Available. % . ? S. D. BOBBIN AND COMPANY Phones: 2 & 117 (Offices) ; 107 (Private) ; P.O. Box 16 THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative Grain Insurance and Agency Co. Ltd. Head Office, Sydney. And at: London, Albury, Goulburn, Grookwell, Taralga, Braidwood, Wagga Wagga, Orange, Dubbo, Temora, Tamwortli, Gunnedah, Moree, Parkes, Tenterfield, Armidale and Cowra. Large Sales of Fat and Store Sheep take place at all our Branches throughout the year. We Specialise in the Sale of Fat Lambs and for 25 years we have headed the selling list' ,..?;? at Fle...

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Death Of Former Boorowa Resident [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

Death Of Former Boorowa Resident Following a fall which result- ed in fracturing her leg, the death occurred in a private hos- pital in Sydney on Thursday of Mrs. Ellen Lyons. The late Mrs. Lyons, who was a native of Boorowa, and the widow of the late Mr. William Lyons, was well-known and very highly respected throughout the district, where she lived for the greater part of her life.

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MR. R. J. NEWHAM DIES AT CANOWINDRA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

MR. R. J. NEWHAM DIES AT CANOWINDRA The death occurred at Can- owindra on June 15, after a lengthy illness, of Robert Joseph Newham, husband of Jane New- ham, of Canowindra. The deceased, who was 76 years of age, was born at Reid's Flat in 1875, being the second son of John Newham. In the year 1899, he married Jane Moss, of Spring Creek, and lived in and around the Cowra district until 1914, when he came to Canowindra.   In the years that followed, he carried out farming and chaff cutting operations, until ill health forced him to relinquish these activities several years   ago. He is survived by his widow, one son, Claude (Portland), three daughters, Mrs. F. Healy (Orange), Mrs. J. Rue (Can- owindra) and Mrs. W. Patter- son (Pagewood). Relatives of the deceased still living are four brothers. Angus, Phil and Pat (Cowra), and Hec- tor (Forbes); and three sisters, Mrs. T. Carpenter (Cowra) and Mrs. C. Elliott and Mrs. B. Bluett, both of Sydney. The remains w...

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OBITUARY MRS. GEORGE GAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 July 1951

OBITUARY MRS. GEORGE GAY A deep gloom descended upon Boorowa and district, on June 27, when it became known that Mrs. George Gay, of "The Laur- els," Boorowa, had passed away suddenly at the Boorowa Dis- trict Hospital, in her 68th year. Before her marriage she was Emily Amelia Kensit, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kensit, of "Woodford," Narrawa, where she was born. Some years after her marriage she came to live at "Sunnyridge," Frogmore, where the major part of her life was spent. There she reared a large family of sons and daugh- ters, lived a full and busy life, and from there she came to   live at "The Laurels," Boorowa, in 1948. The late Mrs. Gay enjoyed very good health and was ac- tive and energetic until the end. Thus the news of her sudden and unexpected passing came as a great shock to her family and friends. In the early hours of June 26, she suffered a heart at- tack, after which she rallied wonderfully well, but passed away peacefully next morning...

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