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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

Shire Of Boorowa CLOSING OF SECTION OF MARSDEN STREET TO TRAFFIC NOTICE is hereby given that . the section of Marsden Street, Boorowa, from intersection of . Pudman Street to intersection of Queen Street will be CLOSED to Vehicular Traffic on SATUR DAY, the 24th FEBRUARY, 1961, between the hours of 1.30 p.m. to 4 p.m., and 8 p.m. to 11 pjn. Traffic will be diverted via Pudman, Market, Queen and Scott Streets. ? C. W. KENNY, Shire Clerk. Shire Office, Boorowa, 9th* February, 1951.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHOULD DO A GREAT NATIONAL SERVICE MR. GRAHAM'S ADDRESS TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF RABBIT INSPECTORS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

SHOULD DO A GREfiT NATIONAL SERVICE MR. GRAHAM'S ADDRESS TO ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF RABBIT INSPECTORS 'The newly appointed Eabbit Destruction Author ity is a sane, sound and solid Authority that should be able to do a great national service in assisting Pastures Protection Boards, Government Departments and the landholders to come with the rabbit problem.'' This was ssaid by the Minister for Agriculture, the Hon. E. H. Graham, M.L.A., iu au address last week to the Rabbit Inspectors' Conference in Sydney at which about 40 Rabbit Inspectors from various parts of the State. attended. Mr. Graham said he regarded the Rabbit Inspectors as an im portant link in the new scheme of rabbit control and he believ ed the Government could rely upon the fullest cooperation of the Rabhit Inspectors in the im portant task which it is now tackling. 'I have no desire to see the wholesale summoning or victim isation of landholders who have rabbits on their properties, but 1 want all to recognise that they...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOOD MEAT IN BOOROWA NOW [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

GOOD MEAT IN BOOROWA NOW ? * ? Boorowa townspeople j are just as pleased as any- j one else with the plvenom- I enal post war success of i the saleyards. Instead of j trucking their prime beef | to Sydney as they did j years ago, the leading fat ! stock breeders of the dis- i trict now sell in the Boor- ; owa saleyards. Result is i there has never been bet- ] ter quality of steak on i Boorowa dinner tables.' ] Yes, it's dear -like most j other things these days, ] but cheap meat is dear at j any price. j

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL STATE MEMBER ORDERED TO HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

LOCAL STATE MEMBER ORDERED TO HOSPITAL Mr. Fred J. CahiU, M.L.A., had been confined to his bed for some days prior to his visit to Boorowa to officially open the Jubilee Week Celebrations on Monday last. On Tuesday he left for Young to consult his doctor, who immediately order ed him into the Sacred Heart Hospital for rest and treatment. Mr. Cahill has been suffering from hyper-tension (blood presi sure) and he has been advised to have a months rest and take things quietly.

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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND, Sunday, Feb. 25: St. John's 8 a.m., Tangmangaroo 11 a.m., Muningo 3 p.m., St. John 's 7.30 p.m. A. A. Smith, B.A., Rector.

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"SOMETHING SERIOUSLY WRONG" BONDS FOR DRUNKEN DRIVERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

'SOMETHING SERIOUSLY WRONG' BONDS FOR DRUNKEN DRIVERS 'There is something, seriously wrong when, in a year of record road accidents, Magistrates' courts released on a good behaviour bond proved drunken drivers in record numbers,' said Mr. H. E. Richards, N.R.M.A. general secretary. He was commenting on* the figures issued by Mr. A. Shoe bridge, Commissioner for Road Transport, showing that one in every three persons found guilty last year of driv ing under the influence of alcohol escaped punishment - under Section 556A of the Crimes Act. 'The number so released is increasing rapidly, despite the campaign through the year by read safety workers,'' said Mr. Richards. 'We are puzzled over the apparent variation In treat; rnent as between Magistrates. Obviously some do uot regard drunken driving as a serious offence. Or do they object to the clause in the Motor Traffic Act requiring automatic cancel lation of driving licence for 12 months upon conviction? Do some Magistrates regard the...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

Mesdames E. Bush (Rugby) and W. H. Conquest, of Boor-i owa, have returned home after an enjoyable holiday spent in the metropolis and on the South Coast.

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SCHOOL SPORTS MAY BE FINALISED IN APRIL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

SCHOOL SPORTS MAY BE FINALISED IN APRIL , , Efforts are being made by the Boorowa and District Schools' Amateur Association to finalise their Sports Meet, ing which was abandoned last Monday on account of the rain until April 18 Mr. Fred J. Cahill, M.L.A., who was present at the meeting, has promised the 'committee that he would interview the Minister for Education in an endeavour to procure a special holiday for all schools in the Boorowa dis trict on April 18 to finalise their sports. As the Government are pre senting Commonwealth Jubilee Flags to all schools in the State a special ceremony will be held on the ISth April, when the flags will be blessed and pre-, sented . The coHimittee intend to final ise the remainder of the events in the morning on that date and in the afternoon conduct a knock (Out competition for all schools in various team games such as football, basketball, soft ball, etc. Where small schools have not sufficient enrolment they will combine to form teams to c...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMBER FOR HUME AT HUME Col. Anderson Performs Official Opening TRIBUTE TO THE DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

MEMBER FOR HUME AT SHOW Col. Anderson Performs Official Opening TRIBUTE TO THE DISTRICT 'The magnificent array of exhibits presented to day is a striking tribute of this very rich and prosperous district which commands the attention of everyone,' said Col C. 6. W. Anderson, M.C., Member for Hume, when performing the official opening of Boorowa's 62nd Show last Wednesday afternoon. It was the first Boorowa Show Col. Anderson had attended since his election and, speaking over the amplifiers, he said every section of the show was most impressive and a true in dicatiou of the rich district Boor owa possessed. The fine horses, good riders, splendid sheep -and pavilion dis play with the really wonderful trade displays, all contributed to this. The first Boorowa Show went back before Federation, and he understood that Boorowa's old est resident who attended the first show (Mr. R. J. Riles) was present to-day. 'Federation,' said Col. Anderson, 'for the past 50 years has been a great suc ces...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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COOKING WAS A FINE DISPLAY Keen Competition [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

COOKING WAS A FINE DISPLAY Keen Competition -Mrs S. J. O'Hara, who Judg. ed the cooking exhibits at the Show was most enthusiastic regarding the display, which she termed a very fine one. The cooking was of a very high standard and competition was keen in many instances. The awards were as follow: Best Cinamon Sponge Sand wich: Mrs. M. Donaldson 1, Mrs. C. K. Gorham 2. Fruit Pound Cake: Mrs, C. K. Gorhani 1, Mrs. J. Morgan 2. Best Walnut Cake (to be iced):- Mrs. C. K. Gorbain. Swiss Roll: Mrs. L. Walters 1, Mrs. C. K. Gorhani 2. Jam Tarts (short paste) : Mi&s E. BUissell 1, Mrs. F. M. Mason 2. -?? *' Victoria Saudw^ch (iced, any filling): Miss F. Fahey 1, Mrs. M. Donaldson 2. Sultana Cake, to be made from Coronation C.W.A, Cookery Book: Mrs. M. Donaldson 1, Mrs. M. E. Burns 2. Orange Sandwich Cake: Mrs. C. K\ Gorham. _ # Six Scones: Mrs. C'. K. Gor ham 1, Mrs. E. J. Gorham 2. Ginger Sponge Sandwich: Mrs K. W. Dwyer 1, Mrsi M. Don-, aldson 2. «?? Milk Loaf: Mrs. C. ' K. Gor h...

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Teams For Week-end FEDERALS v. BURRANGONG [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

Teams For Week-end FEDERALS v. ' BURRANGONG Following is tne team to rep resent Boorowa Federals in their competition fixture against Burrangong, to be played at Boorowa next Sunday: A. Duffy, E. Rolfe, L. Hyde, B. Here ward, A. Malone, B. Powderley, R. Ryan, R. Bryce, K. Hudson, V. Corkery, J. Grocolt, E. Hyde (one to be omitted). THUDDUNGRA v. R.S.L. The following team will rep resent the Boorowa R.S.L. against Thuddungra on Sunday at Thudaungra: J. Wales i (Capt,), J. Ford, C. Medway, B. Styles, A. Per«:e\al, J. Sparks, K. O'Neill, N.. Nicholls, C. Costello, M. Mewburn and J. Zickby.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

| Specially Made By 'STAMINA' I 8 And 'HYTONE' Corn's. I 1 * I | NOW AVAILABLE jj I AT J | MURPHY BROS, j I 'THE HOUSE OF QUALITY' | i § £ PHONE 55. BOOROWA. PHONE 55 § illlllUllllllltllllCllllllllllllinilllllllllllCllllllllllllltlllllllllllllClllllllllllllCIIIHIIfiR BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. C. HATTI wishes to notify the Public of Boorowa aud District that he has recommenced business in Boor owa iu premises in BR1AL STREET (next to Mrs. J. Zickby) until such time as other premises are available. LARGE STOCKS OF LADIES, MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WEAR AVAILABLE MR. HATTI also takes this opportunity of notifying the Public that he has secured a LADIES' DRESSMAKER from Overseas, who will arrive in Boorowa shortly to carry out all classes of work. Second-hand Guns Purchased, and Guaranteed Repairs Carried Out. THE PUBLIC ARE ASSURED OF THE SAME SERVICE BEING EXTENDED AS IN THE PAST. WEEDEN'S THE HOME OF KEEN PRICES ? ,% COME AND INSPECT OUR PURE SILK HOSE at 10/6 PAIR \ 'Gay Deceiver' atfd ...

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BINALONG DIVORCE Alleged Desertion [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

BINALONG WVORCE Alleged Desertion Sitting in matrimonial caus es Jurisdiction at Yass District Court last week, His Honor, Judge Latnaro, found the Is sues proved in a petition by Joyce Margaret Bateup, form erly Shepherd, for dissolution of her marriage with Bede Bateup. The petitioner, who resides at Binaloiig, alleged desertion for three years and upwards. The parties were married on August 28, 1944, at St. Paul's Church of 'England, Sydney. After the marriage they went to live at Binalong, where the husband' was employed, and Mrs. Bateup said they got on quite well tor a time until she was told some thing about another woman. She spoke to her husband, and ask ed him to give this other woman up, but he said he would not. Oiie night in 'September, 1947, her husband came home, packed up his clothes and said he was not coming back, and that any thing she could do or say would make no difference to him. He had not lived with her since. Corroborative evidence was given by Stella Bateu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

0. J. STUART Builder, Contractor And Undertaker BRIAL STREET, BOOROWA. Artificial Wreaths Always On | Hand. _~— — - Representative for : FREDERICK ARNOLD, Monumental Masons, Redfern, Sydney. Telephone 22. PATTERSON BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Boorowa, Harden, Young. Head Office: *MAIN STREET, YOUNG. We Personally Supervise All Arrangements. Complete, Modern Equipment. Funerals Conducted With Reverence and Dignity. Local Representative: P. J. SLATTERY, Phone ? 183. Market St., Boorowa. ~R. L. PURDY MONUMENTAL MASON Wombat Road, Young. Gladstone said . . . ''Show me the- manner in which a nation or a com munity cares for its dead and I will measure with mathematical exactness the tender sympathies of, its people, their respect for the law of the land, and their loyalty to high ideals.' MONUMENTS ERECTED ANY WHERE IN THE STATE. Additional Inscriptions, j Renovations. I ? j NOTICE j A REWARD of £100 is offered to person giving information leading to prosecution of Sheep Stealers en 'Guvesne...

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MURRINGO MAN REMANDED Alleged Theft Of Poultry [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

MURRINGO MAN REMANDED Alleged Theft Of Poultry A well known Murringo resi dent was charged at Young Police Court last week with stealing poultry. The case was adjourned to March 13. Herbert William Batkin (39), was the defendant. It was al leged that at Murringo, on Feb-. ruary 6, he had stolen 10 cock erels and one .turkey, valued al together at £4/10/-' the proper ty of Elizabeth Cusack. I

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Former Rye Park Lad Wins 1950 Junior Farmer State Championships Francis Smith, Of Wallendbeen [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

Former Rye Park Lad ?Wins 1950 Junior Farmer fctate Championships Francis Smith, Of Wallendbeen A former young Rye Park lad won the 1950 Junior Farmer Sheep and Wool (Division II.) State Cham pionship, and will receive as a reward for his success as a fat lamb breeder, a flock ram presented by the Rural Bank in addition to the Sir Samuel Horden trophy. He is Francis John Smith, aged 19 yenrs, of 'Gleu- roy,' 'Wallendbeen, son of Mrs. M. E. Smith and the late Mr. Austin Smith, formerly of Eye Park, who was well-known throughout the Boorowa district as a grazier and a former member of Murruugal Shire Council, which position lie held for several years. H Frank commenced his farm Hi ng studies while still at school Hand it was on the school pro Hperty that he acquired a basic ?knowledge of farming which Bias assisted him to win recog Hjiition as an outstanding Jun ?jor Farmer. HJiSoou alter Frank's father Hcame seriously ill in 1947 it HJ-came necessary for Frank to Hjave school to help...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

no other salesman ^§Lca/? °^er Me facilities and service that PITT. SON z BADGERY do. Yards right alongside the well- watered Jf0Wjjir' resting paddodcs swimming bath for cattle ^5§-7 permanent hand/ing staff ^SSKJB: are the amenities that ensure stock looking their best 1$$J- when presented to buyers. Wire 'PITTBAOGERY* for trucks. Pitt, Son &Badderylw PSB3 Head Officti 4 O'Conaell 5trc«t, Sydney DARBY STREET, NEWCASTLE. BRANCHES AT BOOROWA. CRQOKWELL. COOTAMUNDRA, BOMBALA, WELLINGTON, SCONE, Z.. - '1/s*.

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Reid's Flat Resident Passes MR. LEONARD ALLEN FOGG [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

Reid's Fiat Resident Passes MR. LEONARD ALLEN FOGG Widespread regret was ex pressed at the passing of Mr. Leonard Allen Fogg, whose death occurred at the Orange Base Hospital on January 25, after a brief illness. The Jate Mr. Fogg, who was a native of Reid 's Flat, had reach ed the age of 52 years and was a son of Mr. Alfred Fogg and t/he late Mrs- Fogg. He is survived by Iris loving wife and two sisters, Mrs.. Sel-i by Taylor (Reid's Flat) and Mrs. G. Watt (Cowra) and five broth ers, Paddy, Claude, Reggie, Clyde (Reid's Flat), and Ray (Wagga) . A largely-attended funeral took place at Reid's Flat. Rev. Father Sheehan and Father J. Morrison conducted the service. FLORAL TRIBUTES Wreaths were sent by the following: His loving wife; his father; Katie, Selby and Laurie;, Ollie and Bert; Gert, Lyle and family; Horace, Lizzie and fam ily; Ruby, Claude and family; Lionel, June and family; John nie, Stella and family; Bertha, Mick and Mary; Dick, Tottie and family; Sheila, Gordon and fam i...

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Wyangala National Park: £5,000 Grant By Govt. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 February 1951

Wyangala National Park: £5,000 Grant By Govt. 'A special grant of £5,000 j has been recommended to carry out a programme of improvements at the Wyan gala National Park. Referring to the grant this week, the State Member, Mr. t'ved J. Cahiil, M.L.A., said as soon as the money was made available a start would be made on the improvements. Mr. Cahiil said that, follow ing his representations °n be half of the Trust, of which he is the chairman, the Minister for Lands, Mr. Renshaw, made strong representations to the Premier and Treasurer, Mr. Me GiiT, for a grant of £5,000. Mr. Cahiil explained the Min ister assured him that in the event of that assistance being impracticable at present, he had suggested an immediate grant of £2,500 or £3,000. That was made on the under standing that the requirements of the Trust wbuld.be later re viewed with the object of addi tional financial assistance in the 1951/52 estimates of the Lands Department.

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