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Woolly Merino Wethers Realise £14/4/1 At Boorowa [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

Woolly Merino Wethers Realise £14/4/1 At Boorowa BOOROWA DISTRICT CAN WELL BE PROUD OF THE FACT THAT AT LAST WEEK'S SPECIAL SHEEP SALE A RECORD PRICE OF £14/4/1 PER HEAD WAS OBTAIN ED FOR A LINE OF 145 MERINO 3-YEAR OLD WETHERS, CARRYING TWELVE MONTHS WOOL, WHILST OTHER PRICES REALISED RANGED FROM £13/2/1 TO £6/19/1 FOR UNSHORN WETHER WEANERS Messrs. Pitt, Son & Bad ge ry Ltd., Sydney and Boor, owa, report having conduct ed a highly successful spec ial sheep sale at the Boor owa saleyards on Wednes day, 7th March, when the advertised number' of 6000 sheep came forward. J. 11C nuuic £-GUU»lllf3 TVftiyu. k||v exception of two lots, comprised Western bred sheep. Although a considerable dust content' was apparent in the woof, biddings were very animated and an ex cellent sale resulted, Sh«ep were purchased for Cowra, Young, Yeoval and local districts. Top price of £14/4/1, which is the highest price ever paid in the Boorowa sale yards, was obtained for a pen of 145 merino wether...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KANGIARA Mr. K. Wilcox Honoured [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

?KANGIARA-i I From Our Correspondent., I Mr. K. Wilcox Honoured On Saturday evening last the many friends of Mr. K. WHcox, teacher at the local school, gathered to celebrate a very happy occasion, which was to honor his 21st birth day and to make him a pres entation. On entering the room he was escorted to the guest table by the Chairman (Mr. J. Best) to the strains of '* For He's a Jolly Good Fellow.' Mr. Best then extended to the guest of honor the congratula tions cf all present and sPoke of his sterling qualities, both as a teacher and citizen. He conclud ed by wishing him the best of luck in the years to come. Amor\g other speakers who echoed the chairman's remarks was Mrs. R. Buckmaster, Messrs W. Gregory and J. Penning. Miss Olive Penning thea made the presentation of a Rolls Raz or, suitably inscribed, and ex pressed the wish, from his host of friends, that he would have much happiness in the future. In a few well-choseu words ' Mr. Wilcox thanked the friends responsible for...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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His Majesty the Decorates Boorowa Resident [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

His Majesty the King Decorate^Roorowa Resident | On Tuesgny, 6th iust., ! : Govern,inenti|iiiouse lawns j [ were sptin&pfr with relat- i ; ives and friends of men i { who were bfang decorated j = by His Mgfel|y the King. ; a Among ahftse honoured i g was our li|H|3!ationiuaster, ! 5'^Mr;=*P?^fTSSttery,-- who'i j| faithfully served the com-, i = inuiUty for 45 years. i 2 The certificate accom- j = panying the medal reads: ? I 'His Majesty the King, j S has been graciously pleased i « to forward to you the Im- j s perial Service Medal award- i S ed in recognition of the j 5; meritorious service render- i £ ed by you.' j = Mrs. Slaltery aiid-daugh- j = ters were all present to j jj congratulate 'Dad.' ;

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Rugby's Eleventh Annual Show Expected To Create New Records [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

Rugby's Eleventh Annual Show Expected To Create New Records WE-ARE .INFORMED BY THE SECRETARY OF RUGBY SHOW SOCIETY (MR. R. L. GORHAM) THAT PROSPECTS ' FOR A BIGGER AND BRIGHTER SHOW THIS YEAR, TO BE HELD TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) ARE EVEN BET- % TER THAN AT FIRST ANTICIPATED. An enthusiastic Committee have not spared time nor energy to cater for the larger number of entries received in all sections, and the horse events will be a highlight of the Show. Rugby's Show has, in past years, oeen 'the talk of the district,'' and this year's ex hibition will be no exception. Visitors from all centres will be well catered for in regard to entertainment, and luncheon and afternoon tea, under the capable management of the Ladies' .Committee, will be dis pensed, and the usual publican's booth will be well supplied. A large contingent will travel from Boorowa in Mr. Harold Wilson's new omnibus, besides the usual large number of pri vate cars which annually make Rugby their rendezvous at this time. A...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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RACE MEETING FOR BOOROWA AMBULANCE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

fi hi* I? Ml* liTiM* CtMt 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 Doucagter Day, Saturday, 24th March, 1951. Roll up and help a worthy cause. Many horses are expected and a good number of bookmakers will be in attendance. Bicycle races for boys and girls; also foot races will be run prior to the first race. Roll up and support your Am bulance — which is a great ne cessity in the district. # Fcr programmes, etc., contact A. W. Webb, Secretary,

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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GUNDAGAI GRAZIER LEAVES ESTATE VALUED AT £,200,000 [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

rVUUVVWWlJWUWVWWWVl GIMAGAI GRAZIER LEAVES ESTATE VALUED AT £,200,000 Probate of the will of the late Mr. Frederick J. Graham, of 'Bongongo,'1 was granted in the Supreme Court recently. The late Mr. Graham, who died in August last year, left ! £211,947. Under his will his widow and nephews ' were prin cipal beneficiaries.

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100 YEARS IN SAME FAMILY Noted Property Changes Hands [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

100 YEARS IN SAME FAMILY Noted Property Changes Hands New Zealand Loan and Mer cantile Agency Co. Ltd., Com monwealth Wool aud Produce Co. and) Holmas and Lindsay, Cootamuudra, report having auc tioned 'Moonbucca,' an area of 6G5 acres, at the Civic Hall, eootamunara, on I4tn or *-eu-. ruary last. * The property was sold under tiie hammer at £13/6/- per acre. Mr. Reg Grace, o£ N.Z.L. and M.A. Co. Ltd., was the auction eer; Mr. G. L. Bragg, of Albury, being the purchaser. 'Moonbucca' ' was sold on account of Mrs. E. Watson, of Sydney, daughter of the late Mr. W. T. Caldwell, and it has beeu in the Caldwell fam ily for 104 years.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

For RETREADS, For RECAPS For TYRE REPAIRS CONTACT ? GINTY & O'LEARY PTY, LTD: Phone 116. BOOROWA. Phone 116. * DISTRICT AGENTS FOR YOUNG VULCANISING WORKS. * WEEKLY SERVICE ? CITY PRICES ? MODERN EQUIPMENT ,? ALL WORK GUARANTEED ? GINTY & O'LEARY Ply Ltd. (?????????????????????????????????«

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

HAIR STYLIST PATRICIA SHEPHERD COURT STREET, BOOROWA. FOR ALL TYPES OP PERMANENT WAVING AND LATEST HAIR STYLES. Phone 18. LADIES! ~ BE AT YOUR BEST ALWAYS WITH A NEW PERM. O'Hara's Hairdressing Salon Phone 60 For Appointment. Rabbiters! Graziers ! NOW AVAILABLE CHAIKER'S RABBIT, DECOY THE DECOY that gives you 100! per cent. Kill— the greatest 'Attractor' ever made! RABBITS CAN'T RESIST .IT! | TRIED, TESTED, PROVED. Available in one size only— , - 2 oz. bottles- (Concentrated) ; | sufficient to prepare 12,000 J baits. Price, 25/- Per Bottle; 25/6 Posted. CASH WITH ORDER. Available Only From E. H. LAWLER Chemist, Boorowa Pharmacy. RYAN'S BAKERY Cordial Manufacturer, Baker And Pastrycook SMALLGOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. WEDDING CAKES. Wedding and Picnic Parties Supplied. BREAD DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE -DISTRICT. Phone 35 BOOROWA Phone 35 j NOTICE ~\ ANY PERSON found TRES- j PASSING on 'GUVESNE' property will be Prosecuted (Signed) , T. J. O'CONNOR.

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DISEASED RABBITS AT PREMIUM Graziers Paying 5/- Per Head [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

DISEASED RABBITS AT PREMIUM Graaers Paying 5/ Per Head Graziers anxlou* to Intro duce myxomatosis disease to rabbits plaguing their properties are paying as much as 5/. per head for diseased animals, according to a report received by the Division of Animal Industry of the Dept. of Agriculture Interviewed in Sydney, a spokesman for the Division said there was little doubt that much of the rapid spread of the dis-, ease had been due to graziers who had taken diseased anim als to their properties to start a new focus of infection 'All field officers of the De partment have been instructed to watch progress of the dis-. ease,' he said, 'and to collect all the information available.' HOW TO IDENTIFY IT The symptoms of myxoma tcsis (swollen head, bunged-up and discharging eyes, general dopiness) render the disease un mistakable in the early stages. The general symptoms begin to day after infection, and death usually ensues by the twelfth or thirteenth day at the latest. HAVE YOUR RABBITS ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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INDUSTRY IN NEW GUINEA Reminiscences By Member For Young, Mr. F. J. Cahill, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

INDUSTRY IN NEW GUINEA Reminiscences By Member For Young, Mr* F- J. Cahill, ML. A. YOUNG IS PLAYING AN IMPORTANT PART IN A BIG SCHEME TO MAKE THE POPULATION OF NEW GUINEA INDEPENDENT OF IMPORTED *IEAT' SUPPLIES— A SCHEME SPONSORED BY THE AUTHORITIES UNDER THE ABLE GUIDANCE OF COL. J. K. MURRAY, ADMIN ISTRATOR OF NEW GUINEA* THIS EXPERIMENT IN BREEDING AND RAISING CATTLE; WHICH WILL ALSO INCLUDE THE ESTAB LISHMENT OF A DAIRYING INDUSTRY, ON THE NEW GUINEA HIGHLANDS, «EEMS ASSURED OF SUCCESS. The Administrator has chosen wisely when he Selected Aberdeen Angus stock from Mr. A. W. Scott's 'Milong' Stud, Young. There j» nothing better in the Black Poll breed in the land and thi6 sturdy -type should do. well in the climate and the terrain of those high altitude*. Not long ago well-known , Sydney philanthropist and . manufacturer, Mr. E. J. - Hallstrom, initiated the es- | tablfshment of the pastoral t industry in New Guinea with a flock of Romney Marsh sheep. Mr. Hallstrom is not a man t...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

MORRIS '$* * RRST FOR VALUE IK THE BIG CAR CLASS! arms /^H^r^i this . . . big. hand- / M-O-P B M some, powerful, last / » 'K-e . ? safe, comfortable, do- / ' tor Your money fl pntdable— yet astern- / ? M-^0 M ishingly economical I ce*-«nirti,£e **?''? less I tr^s&s: .£*?-« — I THING you demand. / a «nirac2o JjUpens'on for ? LOCAL AGENTS: Boorowa Motors BRIAL STREET, BOOROWA, Phone 131.

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"News" Accounts [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

'NfcWs' Accounts Although there has been a fair reeji&nBe to; an appeal for payment of outstanding accounts owing to subscription to the 'Boorowa News, ' as well as other accounts, there - are still quite a number that an early ? settlement would be appreciated. Accounts owing are pay able at our accountant's of fice (Mr. S. D. Bobbin). To those readers who have responded, the proprietor extends his thanks. . vuwwwvuvwuuvywuw

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

S. D. BOBBIN & COMPANY Licensed Stock, Station, Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers and Valuers, 13 MARSDEN STREET, BOOROWA. Agencies: ? New Zealand Loan and M.A. Co. Ltd. ? T. and G. Mutual Life Society. ? Australian Fertilizers. ? Guardian Assurance Company Ltd'. ? Hoover Vacuum Cleaners. ? Washing Machines, etc. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED ANYWHERE Valuations for Probate, Transfers, etc. Stock and Property Lists Available. S. D. BOBBIN AND COMPANY Phones : 2 & 117 (Offices) ; 107 (Private) ; P.O. Box 16 SHEARING the Flock is like harvesting the crop— the culmination of your year's labour. MAKE SURE you REAP the Maximum Results of your work by Marketing your Clip at the Outstand. ing Woolselling Centre ? GOULBUEN and that means the Efficient, Courteous and Under standing Services of THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative, Grain, Insurance and Agency Co. Ltd., GOULBURN. LONGMORE & SLADE STATION STREET, HARDEN, Wish to notify the Public of Boorowa Shire that the Loca...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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POPULATION NOW 8,240,000 [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

POFtriATION NOW 8,240,000 Australia had an estimat ed population of 8,241.000 person6 at the end of Sep tember last year. This was revealed! last week by the Commonwealth Stat;«tician, Dr. Wilson There was an increase caused by excess of births over death and excess of migrant arrivals over de. partures of more 'than 80, 000 persons last year.

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WOOL INDUSTRY MUST BE FREE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

BEFM The dominant place of the pastoral industry iu the Australian national economy is emphasised in figures re cently compiled by the Bur-, eau of Agricultural Econ omics; and published in the Quarterly Review of Agri cultural Economics; The figures chow that the grogs value of production in 1949-50 of meat and wool was £388.3 million, which was only £22,000,000 lesa than the combined value of the production of wheat, sugar, dried fruits, potatoes, plus all other crops, butter, cheese, processed milk, eggs and poultry, together with the production of all other farm industries. With a probable gross pro duction this -var of approx imately £750,000,000 wool and meat will nearly double the combined value of all other agricultural products, j The importance of the sbeep and beef cattle indus-- try iu maintaining the gen nnnl 1 Airc^l e\f w\v/\e*Y\aipit V 111 KZL **1 J-C ? tj V/l- l#l «t3|/^* i^J *''? Australia, therefore, calls for due recognition by the Government and people of this c...

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EASTER POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

EASTER POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS THURSDAY, March 22: Cowra aud Young mails departing Boorowa that morning will return in the afterncon in lieu of the normal Friday trip. GOOD FRIDAY, March 23: Closed all day. No mails will run or be dealt with, Telc , phone continuous. EASTER SATURDAY, March 24. Open 9—11 a.m. Inward mails delivered by p'ostman; Coun try mails run as usual out wards Sydney and Line mails close 11 am. Street letter receivers cleared 9.30 a.m. i No Mcney Order or Savings Bank business transacted. EASTER MONDAY, March 26: Open 9 — 10 a.m. No Money Order or Savings Bank busi ness transacted. Telephone continuous. No delivery of mail by postman. Country mails depart as usual. Sydney mails close at 10 a.m. Letter receivers cleared 9.30 a.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

MONUMENTAL MASDN Wombat Road, Young. Gladstone said , . , 'Show me the manner in ? wMch a nation or a com munity cares lor its dead and T 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 Inscription*, Renovations. LOCAL AGENTS: G. GRE1G & P. J. SLATTERY. PATTERSON BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS JBoorowa, 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. 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%

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ALTERATION TO KANGIARA-BOOROWA MAIL TIMETABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

ALTERATION TO KANGIARA BOOROWA MAIL TIMETABLE. From and ~ including Friday. 20th March, Kangiara mail will depart Boorowa at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day, arriving at Kangiara at 10 a.m. Depart Kangiara 11.50 a.m. and arrive Boorowa 12.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951

i; A SPLENDID RANGE flF ... ?! ii LOUNGE & BEDROOM SUITES j; ?I NOW ON DISPLAY. $ ji ? ' t' ? J Also Just Arrived— a Consignment of *? ' i| Inner Spring Mattresses i; '? Secure Now — Before Prices Increase. ;| {I Available Now. . I; ?.': J | WHITE PORCELAIN ENAMEL BATH. TUBS*; - Ji ==r^ , ,J J I LOUNGE SUITE SPECIAL.— A particularly well ?! ? j! constructed Three-piece Loose Cushion LOUNGE !| 1 1 SUITE, featuring Sprung Platforms and Inner- Ji J| Spring Loose Cushions. English Genoa Velvet Cov- j! Jj eiiugs. Outstanding Value at ? £59/10/-. i| ? I CHROME BEDSTEADS.— All complete with Wire !| ? J Mattresses suitable for soft or, inner-spring mat- S' I| tresses. 4ft. 6in. size will he arriving shortly, j! * ;l CEDAR BEDROOM SUITE (and Butt Maple), in -I ? ! the latest designs Last word in BEDROOM Suites. I| ij SOFT BEDDING. — Let us quote you. Inspect our J« !; range. ' ? j| ?I INNER SPRING MATTRESSES, available in 3ft., Ij ' ? | 3ft. 6iu. and 4ft. Gin. sizes — by leading make...

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