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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
TOWN TALK ~- - _??'''' The Sal vatio^; Army Gill Mem orial Home Bo)i&' Band will be in Rye, Park *)r Saturday and Sunday, 17th laid 18th March, in connection Jf^ith the Harvest Festival Celebijjations. 3fe Mr. Thos. Crawford, of Mare den Street, Boorowa, returned home on Saturday last after spending thr-Sf weeks in the Mater' Misericjrdiae Hospital, North Sydney, gfwhere he under went an operation . ' - Matron Gilmure, of the Boor- ! owa District JBospital, under went an operation in Prince Al fred Hospitajg Sydney, during last weefc W« w.ish her a ' speedy recover^. | W. M. Dwyi§r & Co,, in con* ; junction with;3the A.M.L. and 1 F. Co. Ltd. (Syjiiey) repoVt hav- '.. ing sold by iwiction ' Brook- : leigh, an areat^ 900 acres free- 1 hoH, at £17 ptii .acre, to Messrs. j L. and R. Gorhani, of Rugby. ! ?'?-&?? ? \ Attention is invited to an ad-, vertisement appearing in this issue in which the P.M.G. De partment is calling tenders for the supply of wooden telegr...
ARRANGEMENTS WELL IN HAND BOOROWA Rugby League's Knock-out Comp. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
ARRANGEMENTS WELL IN HAND Boorowa Rugby League's Knock-cut Comp. ? . Arrangements are well in hand for* the £100 Grand Knockout Competition which ' is being conducted by the Boorowa Rugby League Football Club on Sunday, 15th April. The winning team will re ceive £75 from the prize money anid the second placed team will receive £25. There will be an entrance fee of £1 per team, and three grounds are available. Luncheon will be available on the ground and a good day's football will he assured to those attending.
EASTER RAILWAY SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
EASTER RAILWAY SERVICES The Commissioner for Rail ways (Mr. F. C. Garside) said to-day that following a' review of coal stocks, it had been decided to augment to some extent long distance country services at present operating. Such restoration of services as was possible, wculd, in the main, be provided by some addi tional day trains and the runn ing of extra passenger and night mail trains. This partial restor ation will continue for a fort-, night on and from Monday, 19th March. The'Daylight trains which had been: cut ,to three and four ser viceg-fer -week»wduld be iiicreBB-f ed to six services and some ex 1m mail an A nitcfionD'Pr SDvrifVD would be run. Unfortunately, the coal situation precluded the use of air conditioned trains which were very heavy and car ried only limited numbers of passengers. The Commissioner Said he wished to direct a warning to intending travellers that travel would perhaps be accompanied by some inconvenience. Where possible passengers should post pone ...
Wolfram Mine To Re-open At Frogmore PUMPING MACHINERY TO BE SET UP SHORTLY THE WOLFRAM MINE, TWO AND A HALF MILES NORTH OF FROGMORE IS TO AGAIN RE-OPEN, AFTER A PERIOD OF INACTIVITY OF ALMOST NINE YEARS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
Wolfram Mine To Re-open At Frogmore PUMPING MACHINERY TO BE SET UP SHORTLY (FROM OUR FROGMORE CORRESPONDENT.) THE WOLFRAM MINE, TWO AND A HALF -MILES NORTH OF FROGMORE IS TO AGAIN RE-OPEN, AFTER A PERIOD OF INACTIVITY OF ALMOST NINE YEAR'S During 1932, when this mine was in full operation, it was rated as second in the State, in regard to wolfram produc tion, to Torrington, which centre still possesses its thriving industry. Much discussion, conjecture and jubilation has arisen be cause of tue decision, -which will undoubtedly have a great ef-. feet on the village and give it an even more important place in the development of Austra lia. 'Last week, the manager (Mr. Trestail), the engineer (Mr. Donaldson) and a draughtsman of the recently formed company titled 'Frogmore Sheelite Ltd.1' were conducted on a tour of in specticn of the old workings by Mr. Jack Quinn, of Frogmore. Mr. Quinn has been in constant contact, with the company 's in-i tentions and rofficers and has proved a val...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
BOOROWA GOLF ASSOCIATES . ALTERATION OF DATE FOR GOLF BALL Following advice received during the meek from the Piccai diliy Orchestra (which wall not be available for August 10th), the Ball will now be held os FRIDAY, 17th AUGUST. S. THOMAS, Secretary for Ball. 'BACK TO FROGMORE' ANNUAL CATHOLIC BALL EASTER MONDAY (26th MARCH) Melody Masters Orchestra. Greg Carmody, Frank Holmes, Joint Sees. METHODIST TENNIS - CLUB . THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Boorowa Methodist Tennis Cluh will be held in the Church Hall on WEDNESDAY, 21st 'MARCH, at 8 p.m. Business: General. Re Proposed District Tennis Competition. ? E. GRUBER, Secretary. SYDNEY-COWRA AIR SERVICE COWRA AERODROME COM MITTEE have arranged AIR SERVICE return trip SYDNEY to COWRA DAILY, Mondays to Saturdays, with D.C. 3 alb weather Aircraft, commencing 19th MARCH. Bookings may be made with Town or Shire Clerk, Cowra, or local Agent (Mr. Haynes), ail MONTHLY MEETING THE usual Monthly Meeting of the Country Women's Associa tion will be hel...
GENERAL NEWS TENNIS CLUB MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
GENERAL NEWS TENNIS CLUB MEETING The~annual meeting of the Tennis Club was held last Sunday at the hall when about fifteen enthusiasts met to try and re-establish this wanins sport. Mr. Frank Holmes was re elected- Secretary-Treasurer. The Pre^dent, Secretary, Mrs. C, Hill, Mr. Wally Banks and Mr. Harry Corcoran were chosen as the Selection Committee. It was decided to hold a work ingibee at the courts next Sun day. Interested people 'are re quested to bring, apart from tools, their tennis equipment. The ladies will be supplying af ternoon tea, so that the work-, ing-bee should be quite an en tertaining social gathering. Membership fee of ten shill ings will be payable prior to 31st March. The decision re playing in competitions was held over un til Sunday's working-,bee. With a credit balance of over £20 and some hopes of success this year, the meeting was clos ed.
BOOROWA GOLF ASSOCIATES FAREWELL TO MRS. LITTLEFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
BOOROWA GOLF ASSOCIATES FAREWELL TOMRS.UTTLEFIELD A very pleasant afternoon wa« spent at the Clubhouse or Wednesday afternoon of last week, when a good num . ber of Associates gathered to bid farewell to Mr* Littlefield, who is leaving for Goulburn. later in the month. ' A number of apologies were; received and also telegrams from Mrs. E, J. Dwyer and Mrs. W.' T. Fahey, who were unable to be present On behalf of the Association, the President (Mrs. Dowling) expressed profound regret .it Mrs. Littlefield'e imminent de parture and wished her a very happy sojourn in her new home and hoped that she would spend many happy golfing hours on the links at Goulburn. Mrs. Dowl-. ing also extended an invitation to Mrs, Littlefield to ccine and play on our links any time she happened to be in Boorowa. Mrs. Littlefield has been a member of the newly-formed Boorowa Associates Club since its inception, and was its first secretary She has made a thorough study of the game and was always willing to i...
BOOROWA GOLF CLUB MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
BOOROWA GOLF CLUB MONTHLY MEETING 'The monthly committee meeting of the Boorowa Golf Club was htii at the Club house «n Thursdayv March 8. The President (Mr. J. P. Mc Gratb) presided and the followi ing ooinmitteemen were in at tendance: Messrs. M. B. Me-. Mahon, A. F. Wood, H. Dowl-. ing, H. Thompson, W. F. Dwyer, R. E. Lindsay, the Hon. Treasurer (Mr. J. R. Whale) and the Hon. Secretary (Mr. A. A. -Bobbin). Apologies for nou-attendauce were receied from Messrs. 'K. MacPherson and B. P. Garry. ASSOCIATES' ANNUAL TOURNAMENT The Hon. Secretary of the Boorcwa Golf Associates sought permission to hold this year's Associate Tournament on a Suu^ day, to be mutuany arranged. It was decided on the motion of Messrs. McMahcn and Whale that- permission be granted as requested aiid the .matter of ar ranging a suitable Sunday be left in the hands of the Secret tary. OUTSTANDING CREDIT The Secretary referred to an amount of £4/9/9 standing to the credit of this Club for some years with Hazelwood...
CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sunday, March 18: Boorowa S a.m., Rev . H. L. Hawkins (of j the British and Foreign Bible i Society) ; Rye Park 11 a.m., Rug- ] by 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m. ; Good Friday, March 23: Boor owa S a.in., Reid's Flat 11 a.m., Rye Park 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m. Sunday (Easter Day) March 25: Boorowa 8 a.m,, Taugman garoo 11 a.m., Murringo. 3 p.m., Bcorowa 7.30 p.ni A. A.' Smith, B.A., Rector.
GOLF ASSOCIATES ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
rvvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvwvwii GOLF ASSOCIATES ANNUAL MEETING Mrs. H. Dowling was again unanimously re-elected Pres- ' ident ,of the Boorowa Golf Associates at the annual meeting held at the Club house on the 7th instant. Th e following office-bearers for the season resulted : — Patroness: Mrs. A'. Biishby, President: Mrs. H. Dowling, Vice-Presidents: Mesdames E. J. Dwyer and-B. Garry. Secretary: Mrs. T. Thomson, A's'st. Secretary: Mrs. J. Thomas. Treasurer: Mrs. R. Lindsay. Captain: Mrs^ E. J. Dwyer. ViceTCaptain: Mrs. R. Lindsay. Handicap Manager: Mrs. j. Thomas . Committee: Mesdames Fahey, Sullivan, Bobbin, Thompson and Miss Rolfe. Social Committee: Mesdames MacPherscn, Garry, Tierney, Sullivan and Miss Boucher. It was* decided to hold Com mittee meetings on the. second Sunday in every month, at 2 p.m, £100 DONATION TO MEM BERS The Associates last season donated £100 to Members to-, wards the building of the new Clubhouse. ANNUAL GOLF BALL Following advice received dur ing the week from ...
METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, March, 18: Frog more 11 am. (Harvest Festival), Rev. A. T. Newton; Rye Park 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m., Rev. H. L. Hawkins. ? ? Easter Sunday, March 25: Godfreys Creek 11 a.m., Rye Park 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m., Rev. A. T. Newton. Rev, A. T. Newton, Minister.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
MURPHY BROS. HAVE A FINE RANGE OF IT IS WITH PLEASURE WE ADVISE WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP A NEW. SEASONS' RANGE OF DOUBLE BREAST AND SAC 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 in premises in BRIAL STREET (next to Sirs. 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. THK 'PUBLIC ARE ASSURED OF THE SAME SERVICE BEING EXTENDED AS IN THE PA...
THE SALVATION ARMY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
THE SALVATION ARMY Saturday, March 17 : Rye Park 3 p.m., Auction Sale; 5 p.m., Tea served (at 2/6); 7.30 p.m.; First class programme to be given by Goulburn Boys' Baud, in Memor ial Hall (tickets 3/-). A]l dona tions of produce aud food thank fully received. P. Stephens, Lieut.