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MR. GEORGE QUILKEY WITHDRAWS FROM GROUP 9 FOOTBALL Cowra "Guardian's" Praise For Former League Official [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

WVtftrVWUUVUUVWUWUUU MR. GEORGE QU1LKEY WITHDRAWS FROM GROUP 9 FOOTBALL Cowra 'Guardian's' Praise For Former League Official Rugby League football in Group Nine has lost one of its most competent of ficials. Mr. George Quil key, well-known football personality of Boorowa, was conspicuously absent from last Sunday's annu al meeting of Group Nine delegates. Mr. Quilkey lias repre sented Group Nine on the Country Rugby League selection committee for several years, and at oue stage was a State selector. In this capacity he did ' an excellent job for Group Mine, and as a member of , the Hoorowa Football Club committee he helped cou siderably to place football on a sound footing in that town. It is most disappointing to learu that Mr. Quilkey, who is a solicitor at Boor qw^, wi[]. take no further football.' ^ ' * '''?'-' Men of Mr. Quilkey 's fairness and ability are not easy to find. His successor as Group Nine selector is Mr. Jim Shllivan, Prescient of the (jnndagai Rugby League.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

:- uyvvwvwwuvuvvwwuw^ ?i 1&§&H^| Good News for ? ' ^^1 ^^^ vo'* All-Dry Battery Operated ? [ ^^^ Radio that needs no recharging! no ! ; battery replacements for months and months. A. C .YOUNG ) HIDES, SKINS AND WOOL LICENSED DEALER. Phone 236. BRIAL ST., BOOROWA. Phone 236. STRYCHNINE I HULLE'S POWDER In 1 oz. and 2 oz. Bottles — Obtainable From JAKE THOMAS PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, P.O. Box 20. BOOROWA Telephone 175. ? ? ? ? - ? _L^zzi—^. ? ? ? :zm E. W. SAMS I] LICENSED DEALER IN hide:, skins and wool BRIAL STREET (Phone 1212) BOOROWA. V» + »»«-» »♦»»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦ »♦♦»»♦♦♦♦♦ «u i W. M. DWYER AND COMPANY:: O, LICENSED AUCTIONEERS, STOCK & REAL * \ o ESTATE AGENTS, BOOROWA. J| -► Agents For: , , J ! THE PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE CO. LTD. - - ?i - COMMONWEALTH WOOL & PRODUCE CO. LTD. \ | . . ? i - 0 KEITH J. DWYER (Proprietor). -| 4 * P.O. Box 8. Telephones 185 and 38. ( \ -»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»'♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦» ^iiiiimiiciiiiiiiiiiiiiciiiiiuiiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiiiicjiiiiiii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

HEW SHIPMENT ol STEWART CRYSTAL Now on Display at STRIBLEY'S OF BOOEOWA. FOR FULL VALUE AND SATISFACTION.

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BOWLS NEWS YOUNG v. BOOROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

BOWLS NEWS YOUNG v. BOOROWA. Boorowa 'B' Grade jour neyed to Young for their final match of the season but found the opposition a bit too strong. Adams' rink scored a good win 24/17. The scores were as follows : — B. Y. McCann, Denning, Pritch : .. , . ard, Roberts v. Sutton, Porter ...... .. .. 1& 29 Irvine, Gorham, Thomp^ son, Thomas t. Han Ion, Mann, Horton and Tate ? ..IS 36 Clark, Griffiths, Bowler, Adams v. Coddington, Chew, Patterson, Jas prizza ? 24 17 57 82 COUNTRY WEEK Ccuntry Week Bowls carnival will commence in Sydney and . a number of local players are making the trip. AH members wish them the best of luck. FAREWELL An opportunity was taken during the afternoon tea break recently to say farewell to Dick McDonogh, who has been trans ferred to Lismore. VicePresi dent Keith MacPherson express-, ed regret at the loss of this member, who has shown dis tinct promise, and presented Dick with a small token on be half of the Club and wished him the best of luck in the fu...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Two Local Motor-cyclists Have Licences Suspended For Two Years [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

Two Local Motor-cyclists Have Licences Suspended For Two Years Two young Boorowa youths who appeared before the Children's Court at Boorowa Petty Sessions yesterday for having driven a motor-cycle in a dangerous manner to the public, were fined £5, with 10/. costs, and had their licence taken from them for a period of two years by Mr W. Fin lay, S.M. Mr. V. P. Dwyer appeared for the defendants and entered a plea of guilty. First-class Const. B. C. Tier ucy stated that at 6 p.m. on 18tu November last year each of the defendants were riding a motor cycle in Margden Street, Boorowa, at 30 m.p.h. They both made a right-hand turn into Pudinan Street, pulled abreast and went to about 40 ju.p.h. They continued east in Pudmau Street across the inter section of Market Street at a speed of about 50 .m.p.h. and travelled at that speed on to Ryan's bridge where they both drove on to the extreme right hand side of the road, increased speed to about 55 miles per hour and, riding abreast, went acr...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

!??????????»?????????????????«??» BUSH BY -S Drapery Specials HOSIERY HOLEPROOF HOSE (Queen of Hearts), in all leading ?shades and sizes ? ? ? 13/11 pr. 'PRESTIGE' NYLON HOSE .....'. ? , ? 13/9 pr. SERVICE WEIGHT SILK HOSE ? ? 12/9 pr. 'HILTON'S' FINE LISLE HOSE ? '.11/9 pr. SERVICE WEIGHT LISLE HOSE ? 5/11 pr. GIRLS' TENNIS SOCKS ? 2/8 pair. - BLANKETS 'CHALLENGE' BLANKETS, All Wool; Silver Grey only. Size 72 x 90 ? ; ? ? £7/12/6 pair. DARK GREY BLANKETS, 63 x 90 ? ? 45/- each. CHECK TRAVEL RUGS, with Fringe ? 63/- each. BEO SIDE MATS AXMINSTER MATS, nice colours aud patterns; medium size ? ? ? 49/6 and 59/6 each, BED SPREADS COLOURED BEDSPREADS 32/6, 39/6, 45/-. COTTAGE WEAVE SPREADS, 60 x 80 ? 52/6. CHENILLE SPREADS. Many to select from. FLANNELETTE ENGLISH FLANNELETTE, good quality iu plain col ors ; also Floral aud Striped. Buy this line now while the old stock lasts. Plain ? 2/11, 4/6. Stripes ...: ? 4/6, 4/11; Floral ? 4/6,' 4/11, 5/6. BOOTS AND SHOES MEN'S WELTED SHOES, in s...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

MURPHY BROS. HAVE A FINE RANGE IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE ADVISE WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP A NEW SEASONS' RANGE OF DOUBLE BREAST AND SAG SUITS MADE BY THE POPULAR HIGH-GRADE 'HYTONE' MANUFACTURERS. ALSO 'STAMINA' SUITS. MADE OF SPECIAL CRUSADER' CLOTH. SIZES TO FIT ALL FIGURES PRICED FROM £12/12/ MURPHY BROS. Phone 55 ? BOOROWA ? Phone 55 »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦- BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. C. HATTI wishes to notify the Public of Boorowa and District that he has recommenced business in Boor owa ill premises in BR1AL STREET (next to Mrs. J. Zickby) until such time as other premises are available. LARGE STOCKS OF LAMES, MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WEAR AVAILABLE MR. HATTI also takes this opportunity of notifying the Public that he has seemed 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. THi; PUBLIC ARE ASSURED OB1 THE SAME SERVICE BEING EXTENDED AS IN THE PAST. WEEDEN'S T...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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CLASS D.—DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

CLASS D— DOGS. Keipie Dog: Rev. Fr. O'RioraS an 2. Kelpie Bitch: Tony Hazell 1, John- Morrison 2. Kelpie Pups, under 12 niths., male: Bruce Hazell 2. Border Collie Dog: P. O'Con nor 1, J. Morirsou 2. Border Collie Bitch: H. Bouiding. ? p Short-haired Dog: Mrs. E. Poll. Short haired Bitch: Mrs, E. Poll. Cattle Bitch: C. L. Butts 1. S. Woodbridge 2. Cocker Spaniel Dog: K- Dunn 1, C. L. Butts 2. Cocker Spaniel Bitch: K. Dunn, Greyhound Bitch : Colin Riles 1 and 2. Fox Terrier Dog: Reg Forster 1, Leon Hazell 2. Fox Terrier Bitch: R. M. Bush 1, M. Kite 2. Labrador Dog: J. G. Brown 1, H. S. Smith 2. Champion Dog: K. Dunn (Cocker Spaniel). Champion Bitch: K. Dunn (Cocker Spaniel). Grand Champion Dog of- the Show: K. Dunn (Cocker Spaniel Dog).

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HARVEST FESTIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

HARVEST FESTIVALS Harvest Festival services will be held in the Methodist Church es as fellows: — RYE PARK, at 3 p.m., and BOOROWA at 7.30 p.m. on Sunday, 11th March; and FROGMORE a.% 11 a.m. on Sunday, 18th March, Harvest Festival sales will be held at Rye Park on Saturday, 10th March, at 3 p.m., and at Boorowa on Monday, 12th March, at S p.m.

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SHEEP DOG TRIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

SHEEP DOG TRIALS. Local Novice Sheep Dog Trial: ,R. S. Holgate's Lass' and W. J. Noakes' 'Boss' di vide first and second with 84 points each. Open Trial: W. J. Noakes' 'Bess,' 82 points 1; W. J. Noakes' 'Kerry', 71 points 2. Open Maiden TriaU J. Mor rison's 'Bruce,' 63 points, 1. Open Sheep Dog Trial: C. W. Butts' 'Mac,' 170 points, 1; J-. Morrison's 'Minty,' 166 points, 2; W. J. Noakes' 'Kerry,' 161 points, 3.

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SHOW TROTTING RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

SHOW mOTHNG RESULTS . Trotting results at Boorowa Show:— FIRST DAY. NOVICE HANDICAP TROT, One Mile. ML Smith's Jenny's Last .. 1 F. Edgertou's Prince Hope . 2 S. Southwell's Peerless Maid 3 SECOND HEAT F. Edgerton's Prince Hope . . 1 F. Mathews' Super Derby .. 2 a .. Moore's Fiuecure ? 3 FINAL M. Smith's Jenny's Last .. 1 F. . Edgerton's Prince Hope ? 2 S. Southwell's Peerless Maid 3 SECOND DAY. TRIAL HANDDICAP TROT, One Mile. F, Mathews ' Lawn Again . . 1 1 F. Edgerton's Cherry Ripe 2j R.. Poll's Joan's Boy .. .. 3j Other starter: T. Young's Golden Spot. BOOROWA PUBLICANS' PURSE. One Mile. S. Southwell 's Duplicate . . 1 W. Moore's Gwenda Lawn .. 2 H. Miles' Boullan Boy .... 3 Other starters: Cherry Ripe, Syrene, Silver Sheen and Joan's Boy.' Time, 2m. 20secs. 'CASTLESTEA0S' ' HANDICAP TROT. One Mile. F. Edgerton's Prince Hope . 1 S. Southwell's Peerless Maid 2 W. Moore's Killcommon Boy 3 Other starters: Finecure, Jen ny's Last, and Mara King. I SHOW HANDICAP. One Mile.! D. .W. Spa...

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POULTRY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

POULTRY Leghorn, Wiiite: J. T. Bourke and Son 1 and Champion. Leghorn, White, cockerel: John E. Riles 1, 2 and Cham-i pion. Leghorn, White, pullet: John E. Riles. Leghorn, Brown, cock: J. T. Bourice & Sou l and Champion. Minorca, hen or pullet: H. Bourke 1. Australorp, cock: Neil Shep herd 1, John E. Riles 2. Australorp, hen: John E. Riles 1, 2 and Champion. Australorp, cockerel: Joha E. Riles 1 and Champion. Australorp, pullet: Neil Shep herd 1, John E. Riles 2. Rhode Island Red, cock: J. T. Bourke & Son 1 and 2. Rhode Island *Red, lien: J. T. BouVke & Son 1, 2 and Cham pion . Rhode Island Red, cockerel: J. T. Bourke & Son 1, 2 and Cham pion . Orpington, any colour, cock or cockerel: J. T. Bourke & Son 1 and champion. Orpington, any colour, lien or pullet: H. Bourke. Plymouth Rock, Barred, cock or cockerel: H. - Bourke 1 and 2, Grand Champion (Male), and Champion. Plymouth Roclc, Barred, hen or pullet: J. T. Bouvke 1 and 2. Langsba», Chinese,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

jL ECONOMY ^m A' variable speed governor, a special * manifold and catburettot design, and many - other new engine details give a long. troubie-free life and low fuel and upkeep . cost. W DEPENDABILITY r\ Practical field trials, extensive research and the engineering resources of the vast Nuifield Organization lie behind the NUFFIELD UNI VERSAL— the tractor built and backed by e name you can trust. # m VERSATILITY r\ ' The NUFFIELD UNIVERSAL is designed to do all jobs expected of a wheeled tractor. Existing equip ment — not only trailed implements, but many lypeB oi tractor-mounted implements — can be fitted or easily adapted. -, Two models available: M4— four Wheel, and M3— Three Wheel (How Crop). Each model readily convertible on the farm bom one to the other, ' - AUTHORISED LOCAL DEALER: Boorowa Motors PHONE 131 BRIAL STREET BOOROWA. S. D. BOBBIN & COMPANY Licensed Stock, Station, Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers and Valuers, 13 MAKSDEN STREET, BOOROWA. Agencies: ? New Zea...

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CLASS C8.—WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

CLASS C8.— WOOL. Merino Fleece (fine wool) : N. Milson 1. C. K. Gorham 2. J. C. Mason & Sons 3 . Merino Fleece (medium): N. Milson 1, F. Wright 2, N. Mil son 3. - Merino Fleece (strong): F. Wright 1, J. C. Mason & Sons Merino . Fleece (superfine) ?:. Est. late John Southwell 1, JJ C. Mason & Sons 2, D. Milson Merino 'Fleece (fine, medium or strong): J. C. Mason & Sons 1, M.' D. Armstrong 2. Merino Fleece (superfine or fine): R. D. Southwell 1, Veness Bros. 2. Best Ranrs Fleece: M. D. Armstrong.

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MOTHERING SUNDAY At St. John's, Boorowa [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

MOTHERING SUNDAY At St John's, Boorowa Sunday next, the fourth Sunday in Lent, has for cen turie, been known as Moth ering Sunday to English Christians. It is the English 'Mother's Day' and will be observed at St. John's Church of England by the ancient ceremonial of the blessing and- distribution of the Simnel Cake. The ceremony will take place at the 8 a.m. service of 'Holy Communion. The cake will be distributed to the congregation at the close of the service. The day takes its name, of course, from the Bible passage appointed for the Epistle for the day, where we read of the 'Jer- usalem which is above is free; which is the mother of us all.' This is Mother Church. It is a natural progression to think of the blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Jesus, of the Mother Country and of our own mothers,. Simple but delightful ceremon ies have always been associated with it. The idea of festivity arose no doubt as the Church wisely saw some respite was needed frcm the sombre auster ity of Len...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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CLASS C5.—FAT SHEEP. (Judged on Commercial Value.) [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

CLASS C5.— FAT SH1EP. (Judged on Commercial - Value.) Pen of Three Fat Merino Wethers: G. G. Gorham. ?Pen of Three Fat Crossbred Lambs, not over $ months old: G. G. Gorham. CLASS C6.— FAT SHEEP. SUITABLE FOR 'EXPORT. Thiee Fat Lambs, any breed, not over 6 months: G. G. Gor ham .

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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NEW POST OFFICE FOR BOOROWA Question Again Discussed By Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

MSW POST OFFICE F0RB0OR0WA Question Again Discussed By Shire Council „ Councillors of the Boor owa Shire are not letting the question of the urgent need for the construction at a newV Post Office at Boorowa lay idle. At Monday's meeting the matter again came up for consideration and \% was finally decided to again write to the local Fedeibl Member, Col. C. Q. W. Anderson, V.C., M.H.R., asMng him to in terview the Postmaster General urging the neces sity of expediting its con- ) struction.

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CLASS C4.—BRITISH BREEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

CLASS C4.— BRITISH BREEDS.' Dorset Horn Ram Lamb; G. R. Shepherd & Son. Dorset Horn Ram, 1 year and under 2 years: G. R. Shepherd and Son 1 and champion. Dorset Horn Ram, 2 years and over: G. R. Shepherd & Son 1. Dorset Horn Ram Lamb: G. R. Shepherd & Son. Dorset Horn Ewe, 1 year and uuder 2 years; G. R. Shepherd and Son 1 and champion. Dorset Horn Ewe, 2 years and over: G. R. Shepherd & Son. Border Leicester Ram Lamb: C. Hamilton 1, S. Southwell 2. Border Leicester Ram, 1 year and under 2 years: C. Hamilton 1. Border Leicester Rani, 2 yrs. and over: S. Southwell 1 and champion; C. Hamilton 2. Border Leicester Ewe Lamb: C. Hamilton 1. S. Southwell 2. Border Leicester Ewe, 1 yes* and under 2 years: S. South well 1, C. Hamilton 2. Border- Leicester Ewe, 2 yrs. and over: S. Southwell 1, 2 and champion. Romney Marsh Ram Lambs: \V. L. Hougbton. Romney Marsh Ram, 1 year and under 2 years: W. L. Houghton . Romney Marsh .Ram, 2 years and .over: W. L. Houghton...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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HELD OVER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

HELD OVER Owing to the lengthy report of the Jubilee Procession, it has been found impossible to in clude the description in to-day's issue. Together with ether local items it will appear in next is-. sue.

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