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JUBILEE DAY HOLIDAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

JUBILEE DAY HOLIDAY Wednesday, May 9th, will be a public holiday throughout New South Wales, being observed as Jubilee Day.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SHIRE COUNCIL'S HEALTH INSPECTOR DEPT. NOT AGREEABLE TO JOINT APPOINTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

SHIRE COUNCIL'S HEALTH INSPECTOR DEPT. NOT AGREEABLE TO JOINT APPOINTMENT In a letter to Wednesday's ?meeting of Boorowa Shire Council, the Department of Public Health advised that it was unable to agree to Council's suggestion of the joint appointment of the Murrumburrah Health In spector at Dooruwa. The Dept. asked Council to persevere in its endeavours to secure a full-time Certified In spector. Council decided on the mo tion of Crs. J. P. McGrath and A. A. Gorham, that the Shire Clerk again investigate the pos sibility of securing housing for a permanent officer. If the Clerk is successful in his endeavours, the calling of further applications will be con sidered by Council.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERMISSION GRANTED TO R.L. CLUB TO USE OVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

PERMISSION GRANTED TO R.L. CLUB TO USE OVAL. At Wednesday's meeting-' of Boorowa Shire Council permis sion was granted the Boorowa Rugby League Club for train ing purposes under the usual conditions.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JUVENILE DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

JUVENILE DANCE Readers are reminded that a Juvenile Ball will be held in the Guild Hall, Boorowa, on Thurs day night, May 3.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AND DESTROY RABBITS FAILING TO SUPPRESS BINALONG MEN TO BE SUMMONSED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

FAflJNG TO SUPPRESS BINALONG MEtf TO BE SUMMONSED At the Yass P.P. Board meeting on Tuesday last it was decided to issue sum monses against the follow ing landholders for failing to fully and continuously; euDDress and destroy rab bits. . ' \ Messrs. R. J. Elliot, 'Balgalal,' Binalong and T. H. Corcoran, Binalong. Notice will be sent to Mr. C. H. Spencer, Binalong. OLDEST HORSE RACING WINS 38th RACE. Trooper, owned by Mrs. 'Bobbie' Llewellyn, of Acton. Canberra, and probably the old est horse racing in Australia, who competed at the Ambulance Race meeting at Boorowa re cently, won his 38th race by taking the Opening Handicap. Trooper will be 19 in August, has proved almost unbeatable since the time he was 12.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

PRINTING ORDERS Owing to the frequent interruption in electricity, which have completely dislo cated our printing schedule, business houses and all local organisations are ad vised that whilst orders for '-. printing will be accepted, ' DELIVERY WILL NOT BE GUARANTEED.

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

'Wli piles' im mm of ybm prices ? * ? * ' ' '^WINTER .IS ON ITS WAY,'* AND WE HAVE A CONSIGNMENT OF WINTER UNDERWEAR WORTH INSPECTION. Ladies' Long-sleeved Spencers, in reliable Golden Fleece brand. Size 6.S., 28/6 each; size W., 27/6 each. Fleecy-lined Pantettes, size W. ? 8/6 pair. Fleecy-lined Bloomers, size O.S ? ? 9/6 pair. Men's Winter Suede Slippers, lined with Lamb's Wool, with Zipper Front. Brown only ? 35/9 pair. Tapestry Mats, in all sizes. Bright colours. From 28/6 to 33/6 each. ALSO A GOOD SELECTION OF GRANT HEALTH SHOES. INSPECT NOW. WEE DEN'S 11 PUDMAN STREET, BOOROWA. TELEPHONE 4. ?;;.\V /\V- //? As like as two scones Two scones may look alike but all scones are not the same by any means. , For the most delicious scones you must use the right ingredients. Aunt Mary's Saking Powder will give you the best results evory time. For all baking — scones, cakes, f§^SjlBiS5g$Sh. pditries, etc., Aunt Mary's Baking mmWSm Powder is best. i^^^^rf mm a BV'f J^Milll^f JIM JQk ml W ...

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

HttW TO VOTE COUNTRY PARTY SENATE c GEOUP A. GROUP B. GROUP C. GROUP D. UNGROUPED. (19) DIXON, R. (11) SARINA. R. G. (13) ASHLEY, W. P. (I) SPOONER, W. H. - 7- SPBNSLBY, B. H. '(20) HEALY, J. (12) FOWLER, J. B. (H) ARMSTRONG, J. I. /o\ orm A T» (8) ANSTEE, R. C. (21)) BAILES, J. W. (15) ARNOLD, J. J. }~( JtSViVitm' i a ( 9) LANG, J. T. (22) ROSS.E. A. (16) GRAND D McL. (3) McCALLUM; J. A. (10) WEBB. W. G. ' (23) SIMM, M. E. (17) ARMOUR, S. K. (4) TATE, J. P. (24) CONNORS, C.G. (18) LARGE, W. J. (5) McMULLIN, A. M, ; ? (6) KiRKBY, T. F. | REMEMBER to put a NUMBER in EVERY SQUARE (as above) or your \ Vote wm be Informal. 19HX1 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES : ilHRlPfH ] How To Vote Chas. Anderson H^Jto E1) ANDERSON, Charles Groves Wright v^^BI^^H ? [2] FULLER, Arthur Nieberding ^^IHBHHHHKmBHJ Authorised by R. E. LINDSAY, Market Street, Boorowa.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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A BIG COLLECTION OF NEEDLEWORK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

A BIG COLLECTION OF NEEDLEWORK There were over 100 en tries in this section and competition was very keen. All entries were of a very ~ -higL^ - standard, said_ the judges, Mesdahlees A. Bash by and N. Nilon, and: sever al single entries were given a first prize, the judges considering them most worthy of same. The most successful exhibit or was Mrs. Gordon Silk, who was awarded the trophy don ated by Mrs. H. J. Armour. THE AWARDS Special. Trophy donated by Mrs. H. J. Armour for most successful exhibitor: Mrs. Gor don Silk. Knitted Adult's Cardigan or Jumper: Mrs. E. Croker. Knitted Child's Cardigan or Jumper: Mrs. J. Moore. Knitted Dress, to fit child 14 years: Mrs. J. Denning and Mrs. Les Mills divide. Baby's Knitted Layette, 3 piece: Mrs. G. Silk. Knitted Socks: Mrs. G. Don- - Ian. Best Crochet Bed Jacket: Mrs R. Perceval. Best-worked Duchess Set: Mrs. G. Silk. 'Best-worked Supper Cloth: Mrs. G.- Silk. Collection of Needlework, 4 pieces: Mrs. R. D. Southwell. Embroidered D'Oyley ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MR. FULLER PREDICTS WIN FOR LABOR OPENS CAMPAIGN AT BOOROWA IN VIGOROUS ADDRESS Refund of Woolgrowers' Tax [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

MR. FULLER PREDICTS WIN FOR LABOR ? ? ? ? ~ . - ? ? , OPENS CAMPAIGN AT BOOROWA IN VIGOROUS ADDRESS Refund of Wo olg rowers' Tax Speaking to a large crowd at Boorowa last Wednesday, Mr. Arthur Fuller, Labor candidate for Hume, said Mr. - - Chifley had scored a bull's eye when he pledged the Labor Party to repeal the wool tax 'robbery'. Act. 'The Country ; Party candidates thought they had been hit' by an atom bomb when Mr. Chiflev announced this.' Mr. Fuller -said. 'The support already offered in this campaign shows the strengthening of the warm personal feeling; and adding to the angry disillusion with the Government's false prom ises, the prospect for a greater Labor victory this time is excellent,' said Mr. Fuller. Mr. Fuller said borderline electorates every w here would swing to Labor on ac count of woolgrowers' hos tility to the present Gov ernment. Mr. Fuller continued: — A great many people have sent me messages of welcome and support at the outset of this campaign. I expres...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

! [Advertisement] . ; ONLY L A B O R CAN || DESTROY ! II ; COMMUNISM! ? II,- « -- . This^LABOR's i positive and legal way if Labor- in 1949, using its constitutional powers, ; smashed the Conununist-inspired coal strike. if The Australia-wide trade union movement sup \ ported iiie Labor Government and helped smash ; the strike. ; if Union and Labor leaders fought the issue out ;| with Communists on the coalfields and con l[ vinced the great body of loyal miners, that ?; the Coniinuuist Party was using them to wreck ! Australia, ;| -fa The miners, by free and open ballot, rejected ; their Couiinuuist leaders and returned to work. [ ? If Labor is second to none in its opposition to ; ' Communism. ; : if Labor will not hesitate in the future to bring | ' down the full rigor of the law on those proved ; to be engaged in subversive activities. [, ^r If need he, the Labor Government will strength \' en the law to combat such activities. Thisuis Menzies' I; S muddling and illegal way i -« ...

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

EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END Clark Gable, back in ah out and-out comedy, is this week's happy news' for film fans. Gable currently co-stars with Loretta Young in the dizzy and daffy romantic comedy 'KEY TO THE CITY.' It's the first Gable picture of its land since the memorable 'It Happened One Night,' and it's jam-full of howling action, crazy characterisations and some on the most side-splitting situa tions seen in a lifetime of com edies. Gable has the role of a two fisted longshoreman who becom es mayor of a large city. He sidewipes a gang of crooked politicians, then finds himself up to his neck in a fight against love. His opponent in this battle of course is the attractive Miss Young, cast as a prim lady mayor from the rock-bound coast of Maine. At least, she is prim when she first meets Gable; but before he has convinced her that love and kisses are much more interesting ' than politics she finds herself involved in a riot taking place- in one of San Fran cisco's Chinese cafes, ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL ELECTION [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

FEDERAL ELECTION Responsibility of all political matter cdntained in this issue is accepted by Gregory Grey O'Hara. 41 Marsden Street, Boorowa.

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ENGLAND SETS EXAMPLE IN DEFENCE PREPAREDNESS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

ENGLAND SETS (By E. C. Sommerlad, M.L.A., Chairman of the . Australian Country Party (N.S.W.). who is at present in the United King donu) A mile from the farm on - which I am living in the South of England is a large military camp, where thou sands of young men are be ing trained in the use «f modern tank weapons. The nmy counwyeiae ior mu«s around the camp is scored and scarified with tank tracks. A few 'miles away in the opposite direction is ,- another great camp— this ' time a gunnery school. So it is all over the length and breadth of this green and pleasant land of England! With peace treaties follow ing the last war not yet signed, defence preparations on a gigantic scale are afoot everywhere — even a Social ist Government in Britain can see that to remain un prepared is the surest way of inviting attack. So, although this England is still bearing the grim marks of the last campaign— rwhen it sav ed freedom for the world — it is voluntarily assuming appalling responsibilities...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIGH WAGES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

HIGH WAGES It is estimated that more than £400 a day is being paid in wages to migrant women at Cowra. Between 100 and 150 migrant women are each earn ing up to £3 a day picking beans and tomatoes on the river flats at Cowra for Edgells, 'Mulyah' and other growers.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

RYAN'S BAKERY Cordial Manufacturer, Baker And Pastrycook SMALLGOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. WEODJNG CAKES. Wedding and Picnic Parties Supplied. BREAD DELIVERED TO ANY PART OP THE DISTRICT. Phone 35 BOOROWA Phone 35 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.

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

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COL. ANDERSON VISITS FROGMORE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

COL. ANDERSON VISITS FROGMORE On Saturday last, late in the afternoon, Lt.-Col. ? Charles An derson, V.C., M.H.R., paid this village a visit. Quite a small crowd gathered in front of the local store where Col. Anderson addressed the gathering in a pleasant, informal manner. Several people directed ques tions at the candidate, who went to some lengths to give the Country Party's view on the Wool Deduction Act and its ef fect upon the woolgrowers. He explained that the 20 per cent, wool deduction was merely a prepayment or partial prepay ment of taxation — pay-as-you- earn tax which wage earners have paid for many years. A fairly detailed discussion ensued. The reasons for the present inflation and the remedies for such were mentioned by the Member for Hume, who- later dealt with Communism. Although still engaged in dis cussion, the Colonel had to de part as time did not allow him to stay longer.

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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

?PERSONAL Passengers on last Saturday's train from Boorowa were Misses Nancy Holmes and Fay Elkins. who left for Wyong, where they will spend about a fortnight's holiday. Miss Gwen Chudleigh is tem porarily in charge of the small parent-sponsored school at For est Creek whilst Miss Fay Elk ins is away on holidays. * * ? At present spending holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bonner are Mr. and, Mrs. John Sheath and daughter Caroline, of Mos man, Sydney. They still have about a week of their three weeks holiday to go. New arrivals in the district last week were Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, of Hillgrove. Mr. Hughes is the fitter engaged on the mine. He and his wife trav elled by caravan. They will be going to Melbourne shortly, but will return to Frogmore later.

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