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CLASS C3.—SMALL GRAZIERS SECTION. SUPERFINE. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

CLASS C3.— SMALL GRAZIERS SECTION. SUPERFINE. ? Ram, 2-tooth: S. T. Starr & Son. Ram, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: S. T. Starr & Son 1 and reserve cham pion. Ram, 3 years and over: S. T. Starr 1 and champion. Ewe, 2-tooth: S. T. Starr & Son. ? Ewe, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: S. T. Starr & Son 1 and reserve cham pion. Ewe, 3 years and over: S. T. Starr & Son 1, champion and grand champion. FINE WOOL. Ram, 2-tooth: S. T. Starr & Son 1 and reserve champion. Ram, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: S. T. Starr and Son 1 and champion. Ewe, 2i tooth: S. T. Starr & Son. Ewe, 3 years and over: S3. T. Starr & Son 1, and champion. MEDIUM WOOL. Ram, 2-tooth: S T. Sterr & Son 1 and reserve obampion. ' Ram, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: S. T. Starr and Son 1 and champion. Ewe, 2ttooth; S. T. Starr & Son 1 and 2. Ewe, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: S. T. St...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RACE MEETING FOR BOOROWA AMBULANCE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

D A/*I7 Ilf Cmmi/1 I7AD davit ImIikIwU rim BOOROWA AMBULANCE The Boorowa Ambulance com.-; mittee are .holding the postpon-'; ed race meeting which was to have been held during Back to Boorowa Week, on Doncaster Day, Saturday, 24th March, 1951. Boil up and help a worthy cause.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FRED CAHILL IN HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

FRED CAHiLL IN HOSPfik Mr. Fred J. CaMl, M.L.A. The condition of Mr. Fred J. Cahill, ijIJj.A., who is a patient in -the Sacred Heart Hospitals-Young, is reported to be, slightly im proved, although he is still not allowed any.' visitors. Mr. Cahill Jias asked Iliai correspondence to him should be still forward ed to Parliament House, where it w|U receive prompt and competent at 1 en lion. ?-?* 'r:v Mr, Cahill%has been months.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Non - Playing Coach For Boorowa Rugby League MR. FURNER DWYER APPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

Non- Playing Coach For Boor owa Rugby League MR. FURNER DWYER APPOINTED s At a meeting of the Boorowa Rugby League on- Mon day night last, Mr. Furner Dwyer was unanimously appointed as non-playing coach for the 1951 season. In his application for the position Mr. Dwyer of fered his services voluntarily so as to help the Club financially and for the betterment of football iu Boor owa. Rev. Father ORiordau said it was the general opinion of the public and the players that Mr. Dwyer be appointed to the position . He moved to that ef fect and the motion was second ed by Mr. B. Powderley and carried . The secretary (Mr. H. S. Smith) expressed his thanks to Mr. Dwyer for his generous offer and assured him of the wholehearted support of the Club and the players. TRAINING TO START FRIDAY WEEK Mr. Dwyer informed the meeting that he would like to commence training as soon as possible and for as many play-, ers as possible to attend. It was decided that training commence on Friday, 9tb March, ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boorowa Weighed In With Its £1,000 [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

Boorowa Weighed In With Its £1,000 Boorowa had known about The Spastic Centre for a lot longer than that, of course, and had often said, appreciatively: 'It's doing a fine job for those poor crippled children.' But, like a lot of other coun try towns, Boorowa had thought of the Centre as being more the responsibility of other places. Until little Narelle OHara came to Mosman. Narelle was six, curly-haired and pretty. And she was a spas tic. Her father kept the Boorowa barber shop and sometimes— when he was very busy and her mother had an hour to spare for taking care of the two younger children— Mrs. O'Hara would pop i» and help with the ladies' hairdressing. The family often wondered what was the best thing to do for Narelle. They realised she needed special attention and schooling because of her dis ability—but that sort of tiling was almost impossible in Boon owa. 1 Then, last May, The Spastic Centre opened a new hostel at Mosnian for children from the q:untry. It meant, that the...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEGGED MONEY FOR FOOD Stranger Sentenced To Six Month's Gaol [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

BEGGED HONEY FOR FOOD Stranger Sentenced To Six Month's Gaol Before Mr. Win. Finlay, S.M., at Boorowa Court of Petty Sessions on Thursday, James Fleming, with no fix ed place of abode, was sen tenced to six months hard labour for not having suf ficient means of support. In giving evidence. First-class Const. B. C. Tierney told the Bench that at 9 a.m. on Thurs day he found defendant lying asleep on the side of the Cowra road. Defendant told him that] he slept there because he could j not nf ake the blacks camp the night »eiore. The only workj he had done recently was two. days' work a month ago, and' had not worked two months previous to that. Const. Tierney said that de- 1 feudaut had »o food relief and j uo money and for the past fort night he had been buying food from money- obtained from' Boorowa people. For the past fcrtnight he had been a nuis auce and had been living in the blacky camp. Defendant had previously been sentenced to six months at Goulburn, and while at Boorowa ha...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

Our Branch Offices Are For YOUR Convenience The fame of PITT SON & BADGERY's hospitality and service is known throughout the length and breadth of this State. ? ? -^^vT~7 H -4 SCOHl J n CmuNCTON -J B ji , ? tOOEOWA t''** - . ^^^^? e«OTA»lll*WW '? Founders of the Firm well knew fhe value of concen trated marketing and complete fulfilment of service, and it is a strict adherence io this policy that retains for us the title of 'Growers' Friend.' The management and staff at all our branch offices know the traditions they must follow to emulate Head Office standards, and visitors will find our local repre sentative's ever willing to advise and help them. PITT SON & BADGERY LTD. HEAD OFFICE ? 4 O'Cennell St.. Sydney Newcastle Offices and Wool Stores: Darby St., Newcastle BRANCHES AT MARSOEN STREET, BOOROWA; GOULBURN STREET. CROOKWELL; WAUENOOON STREET. COOTAMUNDRA: MAYBE STREET, &OMBALA; lit STREET, WELLINGTON. A«ociat« Company: Pitt Son & Keen Pty. Ltd., K...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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JUNIOR FARMERS' CLASS POULTRY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

JUNIOR, FARMERS' CLASS POULTRY Any variety, heavy breed, male: Ray Bourke 1 and cham pion. Any variety, female: Ray Bourke ? Any variety, light breed, male: Ray Bourke 1 and 2. Any variety, light breed, fe male: Ray Bourke 1 and cham pion.. Duck, any variety: Ray Bourke. Drake, any variety: Ray Bourke .

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE Half-bushel Waratah Wheat: P. Wright. ' HalMiushel Algerian Wheat: T. A. Cusaek. Bag Potatoes (White): Peter Berry. Dozen Hen Eggs: Rev. A. T. Newton 1, Mrsi J. R. Poplin 2.. Honey in Comb : Betty Barnes. Honey (extracted) : Betty Barnes

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, March 4: Frogmore 11 a. ij., Mr. A. Southwell; Rye Park 3 p.m., Mr. C. Southwell; Bocrowa 7.30 p.m., Mr. A. Southwell. Sunday, March 11: Godfrey's Creek 11 a.m., Rj'3 Park 3 p.m. (Harvest Festival), Boor owa 7.30 p.m. (Harvest Festi val). Rev. A. T. Newton. Rev. A. T. Newton, 4 Minister.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, March 11: Boorowa, at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 25: Boorowa, at 3 p.m. Rev. M M. McDonald, M.A.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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CLASS C2.—FARMERS' SHEEP. MERINO—SUPERFINE. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

CLASS C2.— FARMERS' SHEEP. MERINO— SUPERFINE. Ram, 2-tooth: W. C. Friend 1, Albert Day & Son 2. Ram, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: D. J. Holgate. Ram, 3 years and over: W, C. Friend I and champion. Ewe, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth : Albert Day & Spn 1, D. J. Holgate 2. Ewe, 3 years over: Albert Day and Son 1 and champion; W. C. Friend 2. FINE WOOL. Ram, milk teeth only. Albert Day & Son 1. Ram, 2-tooth: D. J. Holgate 1. W. C. Friend 2. Ram, under 3 years, must have rut 4 or 6 teeth: W. C. Friend 1 and champion; D. J. Holgate 2. Ewe, 2i(.ooth: D. J. Holgate 1, W. C. Friend 2. Ewe, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: W. C. Friend 1, D. J. Holgate 2. Ewe, 3 years and over: W. C. Friend 1 and champion. MEDIUM WOOL. Ram, milk teeth only; D. J. Hcflgate. Ram, 2-tooth: D. J. Holgate 1 and 2. Ram, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: W. C. Friend 1 and champion; Albert Day &-Son2. . Rani, 3 years »»d over:. W,G. Friend ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, ,March 4 (Mothering Sunday): St. John's 8 a.m. (Blessing and - Distribution of Simnel Cake); Rugby 11 a.m.; St. Jchn'8 7,30 p.m. Sunday, March ll' {Passion Sunday): Boorowa 8 a.m., Mur. rin go 11 a.m., Taugniangaroo 3 p.m., Boorowa 730 p.m. A. A. Smith, B.A., Rector. .

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHEEP.—MERINO. SUPERFINE. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

SHEEP.— MERINO. SUPERFINE. Ram, 2-tooth: MerryviHe Pty. Ltd. 7 and reserve champion; M. D. Armstrong 2. Ram, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: MerryviHe Pty. Ltd. 1 and champion. Ram, 3 years and over: Merry viHe Pty. Ltd. 1, M .D. Arm strong 2. Ewe, 2-tooth: Merry ville Pty. Ltd. 1, M. D. Armstrong 2. Ewe, over 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: Merry ville Pty. Ltd. 1, M. D. Armstrong 2. Ewe, 3 years and over: Merry ville Pty. Ltd. 1 and champion, S. T. Starr & Son 2 and reserve champion. FINE WOOL. Ram, 2 .tooth: Merry ville Pty. Ltd. 1, M. D. Armstrong 2. Ram, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teeth: S. T. Starr & Son 1, Merryville Pty. Ltd. 2. Ram, 3 years and ovei' S. T. Starr & Son 1, champion and grand champion; . Merryville Pty. Ltd. 2, reserve champion and reserve grand champion. Ewe, 2 tooth: M. D. Arm strong 1 and 2. Ewe, under 3 years, must have cut 4 or 6 teetli . Merryville Pty. Ltd. 1, champion and reserve grand champion;- M. D. A...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday, March 11 : Boorowa 8 a.m. and 10 a.m., Frogmore 8 a.m., Rugby 10 a.m., Murrin go 10 a.m.. Sunday, March' 4 : Boorowa 8 a.m. and 10 a.m., Kangiara 8 a.m., Rye Park 10 a.m., Murrin go 8 a.m. F. E. E. SlieeUan, P P.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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CATTLE. CLASS B2—AUSTRALIAN ILLAWARRA SHORTHORNS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

CATTLE. - _____ CLASS B2 —AUSTRALIAN 1I.LAWARRA SHORTHORNS Cow, 3 years and over: G- G. Gorham 1 and champion. CLASS B3.— JERSEYS. Cow,,_ 3 years and over: H. Boulding 1 and champion; E. Boulding 2. CLASS Bl.— HEREFORDS Cow, 3 years and over: G. G. Gorham 1 and champion; G. G. Gorham 2. Heifer, 2 years and under 3 years: G. G. Gorham 1 and 2. Heifer, 1 year and under 2 years : -G. -J. Gorham 1 and 2, CLASS B4.— FAT CATTLE. Pen'6l,frwo Fat Bullocks: G. G. Gorham 1 and 2. Pen 'bl Two Fat Cows: G. G. Gorham 1 and 2. Fattest Bullock, any age: G. G. Gorham 1 and 2. Fattest Cow: G. G. Gorham 1 and 2. Fat Steer, not over 2 years: G. G. Gorham 1 and 2. Best Vealer, any breed: E. Boulding 1, G. G. Gorham 2. CLASS B5.— POLLED \ HEREFORDS. Cow, 3/ years and over:. G. G. Gorham 1 and 2. Cow, 2 years and under 3 years: G. G. Gorham 1 and champion; G. G. Gorham 2. Cow, 1 year and under 2 years: G. G. Gorham 1 and 2. Heifer Calf, under 12 months: G. G. Gorham 1 aud 2.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

Shire Of Boorowa SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1951. NOTICE is hereby given that the Council proposes at its next meet ing to make and levy for the pur pose of providing additional funds to repair and maintain roads (other than Main and Trunk roads} either ' A Special rate on the Unim- ! proved Capital Value of all rateable lands in the Shire; or A Local rate on the Unim proved Capital Value of all rateable lands in Ridings 'A' and 'B' of the Shire. Details of the alternative pro posals are,; shown separately hereunder:— IF a Special Rate is Decided Upon: Proposed expenditure from the Special Fund (details of expenditure may be inspected at the Council Chambers £8,363 Amount iu band avail able for such expendi ture ? Nil. Amount required to be raised by Special Rate for such expenditure' is .. ? £8,363 The Rate proposed to be made and levied is a Special Rate of 2d. in the £ on the Unini proved Capital Value of all rateable lands in the Shire. The Unim proved Capital Value is £1,003,741....

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Rural Electricity Extension Schemes COUNCIL APPROVES EXTENSIONS FROM RYE PARK TO RUGBY AND FROGMORE LOCALITIES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

Rural Electricity Extension Schemes COUNCIL APPROVES EXTENSIONS FROM RYE PARK TO RUSBY AM) FROGMORE LOCALITIES i Approval was given at last Monday's meeting of ! Boorowa Shire Council for the construction of Rural Electricity extensions from Rye Park to Rugby and Frogmore localities with transmisson and service lines. The work excludes the 'proposed extensions from the junction of the liyo Pnrk-Frogmore road to Phil's Creek. Tbe necessary steps will be taken to raise a loan i for £45,000 to proceed with construction works. j SHIRE CLERK'S REPORT The. Shire Clerk (Mr. C. W. Kenny) tabled the following re pcrt: — Further to- my report of 14th September, 1950, and subsequent reports to Finance Committee and Council, 1 now beg to re- j port having, in company with Mr. R. H. MinaUan, of Reid & Minahan, Council's Consulting Electrical Engineers, visited the centres of Frogmore, Phil's Ck., Rugby, and Rye Park during the present week and conferred with prospective eonsumersi regard...

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

I NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS] Jl TH£ CO8T OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. IS 1/6 FOR TWO LINES (Minimum) j| I and 9d FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/1 EXTRA. Approx. 4-5 Words per Line, i] 11 ? - ? ' ? ,» ? ' ? II FOR SALE RA1N GAUGES. They say that Buahby's, of Boorowa, bare a Btrongline ot Rain Gauges, com plete with- measure,. Prljse 19/9 each. Buy aue of these and see ^how much ; rain f alls Jon your ? . property,! ,*, ',' . '.'...' ' ';* ' m RUBBER-TYRED SULKY and HARNESS, with good Horse. Ajiply* 'News' Office. EZZV SAUCE. They say that Bushby'e, of 'Boorowa, have just „ landed fresh stocks of Ezzy Sauce. Now is the time to make your sauces and pickles. Price at Bushby's, 3/-. per bottle. ONE 4-ROOMED Galvanised iron COTTAGE, for further particulars apply W. J. R. BOYD, 15 Farm Street, Boor owa. , WIRE ROPE. They say that Bushby's, of Boorowa, can sup ply your wants. We have in . stock all sizes; also Wire Grips and Shackles to complete what-, ever length of rope you requ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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SIGHT OF THE WEEK! [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 2 March 1951

SIGHT OF THE WEEK! Mr. Harry O'Xeill, dinging grimly to the wheel of his 1924 Fiat (essentials only) which appeared in the Boor owa Jubilee procession, roared past two cars and one truck in a re cord breaking dash from Boorowa to Frogmore. Time : 25 minutes. Some 'fiat' for the ancient engine ! The driver has since been recovering from multiple - bruises, sprain's, shattered nerv es and scalds, burns and asphyxiation from the patent sprak arrester! Late News. Boih driver aud car are doing well!

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