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SMILE IN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
SM)LE IN COURT. When a landholder prepared to pay a fine to the P.P. Board at the Young Court last week and there appeared to be a hitch, ^solicitor Charlie Giugni, explained to Magistrate finiay: 'Defendant has only a cheque j your Worship.'' S.M. (smiling): 'I think that will be all right ' Defendant: *'I pay my rates by them, anyway.' ((Laughter). Commented Mr. Giugni: 'I j don't think any graziers cheques j are bad these days.'1 I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
Boorowa Auctions WILL OFFER ON Thursday, 12th April, 1951 AT .2 PM., AT BOOROWA SALE YARDS CARS, TRUCKS, TRACTORS, HORSE-DRAWN VEHICLES; FARM. MACHINERY, WINDMILLS, WATER P.IP1NG, SHEARING PLANTS, WOOL PRESSES, GALVANISED IRON. BUILDING MATERIALS, STATION EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, PUMPS— AND USEFUL ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO ? ? MENTION. HORSES (of all Descriptions) CATTLE FURTHER ENTRIES ARE INVITED. For further particulars and bookings, apply to S. D. BOBBIN AND COMPANY LICENSED AUCTIONEERS, BOOROWA. 'Phones: Offices 2 and 117; Private 107 (S.D. Bobbin); 215 (Ken Dwyer). 4K Frogmore (A. G. Gorham), DEPARTMENT OF RAILWAYS, N.S.W. Easter Railway Services There will be a partial restoration . of train services for a fortnight on and from MONDAY, I9th MARCH, 1951. In addi tion to the services at present operating, the undermentioned additional trains will run, viz: — SOUTHERN LINE THE S.00 a.m. FEDERAL CITY EXPRESS, Sydney to Canberra, Thursday, 22nd and Tuesday, 27th March. THE S.15 a.m. RIVER...
101 lb. COD CAUGHT NEAR YASS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
101 Ib. COD CAUGHT NEAR YASS Mr. Claude Ryan is the un crowned- 'king of the river' down Burrinjuck way, says the Yass Tribune. Recently when fishing above the dam he haul ed in a black Murray cod ; weighed, it touched 101 lbs. . Mr. Ryan handled the catch himself and hauled the fish into his boat. It was caught with gear made by him.
NEWS FROM THE N.R.M.A. THEFT OF CAR TYRES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
NEWS FROM THE MM. THEFT OF CAR TYRES In view of the shortage of new tyre supplies, thieves are turn ing their attentiou to cars left in the streets, according to the N.R.M.A. The Association is receiving regular reports of thefts of tyres and wheels from parked vehicles. In some cases the cars have been completely strip-i ped of their wheels. Subse quently the owners have found it impossible or extremely dif-. ficult to purchase replacements. Motorists ave urged to be care ful where and how long they leave their vehicles unattended, and also to take a note of the tyre serial numbers for report fo the police, in case. of theft.
PRACTICAL ADVICE TO MOTORISTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
PRACTICAL ADVICE TO MOTORISTS Here is some practical road safety advice to motorists from the N.R.M.A. a»d R.A.C.A. Use speed that is always safe and reasonable .in the c'ircum-- stances. Make a habit of trav elling as elese as practicable to the left hand side of the road Give signals well in advance'. Reduce your speed to meet 1 changed conditions of road sur face because of rain or dust. Sound the horn only as a veas-, enable warning advice and not as a habit, in the knowledge that it cannot be an excuse for law-breaking and never takes the place of a brake. , Be extremely careful aliout drinking when driving. Don't embark on long journeys at the end of the day or when fatigued or worried. Never allow famil iarity with local roads, railway crossings or bridges to induce contempt' which pan in turn trap you into serious trouble. Be sure your eyesight and general health are equal to the demands made upon them by modern traffic conditions. Display tol eration' towards others on the ...
GOULBURN SHEEPSKIN SALES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
GOULBURN SHEEPSKIN SAUS Farmers & Graziers' sheep skin sale was held on Tues day, 13th March, when a very attractive catalogue of 5,000 skins were offered. A particularly large uumber of buyers were present and com petition was very keen, resulting in a complete clearance. The market generally- was from 5 to*7£ per cent, above last week 's Sydney quotes, with some lots higher. A feature cf the sale was the very -strong competition for all Crossbred lines which, when compared with Merino, were relatively dearer. For a line of full wool Mer ino skins 174d was obtained, cr U d per Ib. above the top price paid in Sydney 3ast Friday; 2 wool merino sold to 170d, which was lOd per lb. .above Sydney; and i wool merino made H02d or 132d* above last Friday's Lambs also sold particularly rates. well— the top iines bringing 140d and 139Jd, as against 13 7d in Sydney. Other prices obtained were; 2/3 Wool Merino to 158d Ib. I Woo) Merino to 1333d lb. 1/3 Wool Cbk. to 119§d lb, 2/3 Wool Fi...
"FLASH" DRIVING CRITICISED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
'FLASH'* DRIVING CRITICISED The N.R.M.A. and R.A.C.A. continue' to receive many com plaints of the habit of the 'flash' driver who holds the fop of the x car door or roof with hfs right hand. . Following drivers often take this to mean an intention to signal, or even an actual Big-, nal, but it generally means a desire to hold a commanding position on the road and to pre vent others passing. The habit is commonly indulged in among thick traffic. Mr. H. E, Rich ards, N.R.M.A. genera) secre tary, describes it as 'pernic- ious, '
The Work Of The Spastic Centre [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
The Work Of The Spastic Centre TmsiS THE THIRD OF A SERIES OF FOUR ARTICLES WRITTEN FOR THE 'BOOROWA NEWS' ON THE WORK OF THE SPASTIC CENTRE, MOSMAN. THE PREVIOUS ARTICLES DESCRIBED THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CENTRE AND THE FOUNDATION OF A HOSTEL FOR COUNTRY CHILDREN. THIS ARTICLE TELLS YOU OF THE GREAT HUMANITARIAN WORK THE COUNTRY HOSTEL IS DOING. Within walking, distance of The Centre, the Hostel is a red 'brick villa, looking from the outside like the other houses in the street, a comfortable suburb an, home Suppose we tall tliere at four in the afternoon. Opening the front gate we go up the neat garden en to the wide verandah, we knock at the door and tfait i a moment. A pleasant looking j woman opens the door, the I mother of one- of the country children' She is at Mosman ) doing her three weeks work for the term, as explained in the previous article. The one thing all the mothers I seem to have in common is their J abounding good humour. There ; always seem to be jokes and laug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
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DRASTIC CUT IN COUNTRY FREIGHT TRAFFIC [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
DRASTIC CUT IN COUNTRY FREIGHT TRAFFIC The 25 per cent, cut in rail freight traffic will dras tically hit country storekeep ers-. Restrictions apply to stations within 250 miles of Sydney. Food, perishables, clothing and similar jtems only will be carried General Manager of Country Traders said: 'It's going tc be drastic and have a serious ef fect on distributors.' So far passenger services are not involved.
COMMENT. DON'T KEEP IT DARK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
COMMENT. DONT KEEP IT DARK There are some country towns where, on' publication day, the telephone of the local newspaper office runs hot.becauee of all the call ers who want to give gossip paragraphs for publication. But these towns are not with in a hundred miles of Crook well, Gunning or Boorowa We find — and this is confirmed by our correspondents at various centres — that our readers hang to their, tit -bits of news like a miser hangs to his shekels. Maybe they like to be able to look through the newspaper on Friday afternoon and say with satisfaction: 'Well, they missed that one, anyway.' Perhaps we are doing people an injustice when we attribute such a dog in the manger atti tude to them; perhaps it is just that they can't be bothered. But we do say this in all seriousness — a country newspaper is, in a sense, a communal effort. It looks to its readers to help the editor in filling the pages with interesting local news. if you can't, or won't help, then you are surely not enti...
NATURAL BEFORE RURAL INTERESTS Col. Anderson Speaks On Wool Deduction Bill [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
NATURAL INTERESTS BEFORE RURAL INTERESTS Col, Anderson Speaks On Wool Deduction Bill A very interesting explan ation on the Government's Wool Deduction Bill was given by the member for Hume, Col. Charles Ander son, to last week's meeting of the Gundagai Country Party branch. The member said that the Government had put national' interests before rural interests in framing the legislation. 'The high export incomes, plus war production, are forcing prices rapidly upward,' said Colonel Anderson. 'Australia lives on woo]; we are getting ten times as much for it now as we used to, and that, plus under production increases inflation. 'Sometning must be done about it. If there was any way of getting out of it less harmful to the woolgrower than the tax deduction plan, we would have taken it. As it is, the woolgrow er does not lose a cent. .DEPRECIATION ALTERNA TIVE. ''Depreciation is 'the alterna tive and under depreciation you would lose 10 per cent, of your income, and you would never get...
IT COST TOO MUCH TO KILL RABBITS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
IT COST TOO MUCH TO KM RABBITS According to Rabbit I in spector Roy .Vane, a Cowra grazier recently sacked a rabbiter because he destroy ed too many rabbits on the property. Discussing the matter at the Carcoar P.P. Board meeting, Mr. Vane said that a rabbiter from Reid's Flat had offered to poison rabbits on a Cowra property at £10 a 100. He had poisoned 6,000 at the end of the first week. The landholder then sacked him because, as he said, 'I can't afford to pay out that much money on rabbit destruc tion.' MWUVUUWUWVVUUWWU1
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
RETURN THANKS. MR M. J. WHELAN, of "Fair- meadows," Galong, wishes to express his sincere thanks to all kind friends and relatives for their expressions of sym pathy, floral tributes, Mass cards, letters and telegrams; also special thanks to Matron, Sisters and Nursing Staff of Boorowa District Hospital, the Whelan family, "Killarney," &nbsp; Rev. Father Hogan, C.S.S.R., and Mrs. R Lysaght, Mrs. M. Edge- worth, Mrs. L. Hickey and Jack, for their kindnesses ex- tended during his recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as personal thanks.
SICKNESS DEPUTES HOSPITAL STAFF [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
SICKNESS DEPLETES HOSPITAL STAFF The Boatd'bf 'Boorowa Dis trict Hospital is very ap preciative of the wonderful assistance given by several residents and the V.A.D.'s occasioned by the -sudden gastric disorders among the nursing and domestic staffs. The fact that nine members of the staff were down at the one time — at a time when the hospital was full with six nursing mothers and 21 other patieuts, left the Board with a problem on their hands, and sincere thanks are d'Je to Mesdames Donaldson, G. Gorham, S. Thomas, C, Sarg ent, Misses Liggins and friend f'jffta Sydney (Miss Sadler) and T^.D.s Anne Crawford, B. O'Sul livau, Joan Creig, Betty Malone. Joan Daly, Shirley Venableg and Mr. Harry Carmody, for their wonderful support so ably given when enly two of the nursing staff were able to carry on. , Thanks are also extended to Sisters Berry (Acting Matron) and Becker for the way they met and handled the sudden crisis. Congratulation to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilson, of Frogmore, on the ...
OBITUARY MARY ELLEN POTTER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
OBITUARY &nbsp; MARY ELLEN POTTER In the Cowra District Hospital the death occurred on Monday of last week of Mary Ellen Pot- ter (nee Mary Donlan), aged 78 years. &nbsp; Deceased, who had been a &nbsp; resident of Cowra for the past 45 years, was born at Boorowa, and after marrying the late Mr. R. C. Potter, came tor Cowra to reside. Her husband prede- ceased her nine years ago. The late Mrs. Potter is sur- vived by two daughters, Mrs. K. McGuiness and Mrs. R. Day (both of Cowra), and two sons, Jack (Sydney) and Tom (Cow- ra). She is also survived by three sisters, Mrs. Waters (Boorowa), Mrs. Drumgold (Boorowa), Mrs. Conroy (Granville), and two brothers, William (Cessnock) and Michael (Boorowa). After a service in St. Raph- ael's Catholic Church, Cowra, on &nbsp; Tuesday, the remains were in- terred in the Catholic portion of the Cowra cemetery. Father T. Reen officiated at the service and the graveside. Funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. A...
Moving Story Of Tiragic Death Of Murringo Child Told At Inquest [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 16 March 1951
Moving Story Of Tragic Death Of Murringo Child Told At Inquest THE PATHETIC CIRCUMSTANCES SURROUNDING THE DEATH OF A MURRINGO CHILD WERE DESCRIB- ED AT THE YOUNG COURT HOUSE LAST SATURDAY WEEK, WHEN THE DISTRICT CORONER (MR. C. M. WESTERN) CONDUCTED AN INQUEST ON THE DEATH OF EILEEN ELIZABETH KEIR. It was apparent from the evidence that the tragic train of events begun when rats knocked from a high rafter in a shed a bottle containing attractively coloured strychnine, and a little girl, playing in the shed, had eaten at least four-fifths of a grain of the spilt powder—about 15 times as much as would have been required to kill her. To assist the Coroner, Det. Const. C. V. Shenele was pres- ent at the inquest. A slim, slightly-built, dark young woman, Janet Mytle Keir (mother of the deceased) said she resided with her hus- band at 'Willawong' Station, Murringo. The deceased had been born on January 27, 1948, at the Crown Street (Sydney) Women's Hospital. 'FOUND SOME PRETTY PINK STUFF'...
TENNIS BOOBOWA v. YASS JUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951
TENNIS BOOROWA v. YASS JUNCTION. The tennis match played between St. Patrick's Glub and Yass Junction, at Boor owa last Sunday resulted in a 20-set-all draw. Scores: Men's Doubles M. Bobbin and G. Carniody v. G. Armour and B. Finn 6/3 6/5 ; v. G. MacKay and F. Finn 6/4; v. R, Alchin and L. Butt 6/2 ; v. G. Howell and R. Edgeworth 6/0. A. Platt and E. Corcoran v. G. MacKay and F. Finn 5/6; v. R. Alchin and L. Butt 6/2; v.xG. HowelJ and R. Edgeworth 6/2; v. G. Armour and B. Finn 6/4. T. Hereward and G. Barton v. R. Alchin and L. Butt. 6/2; v. G. Howell and R. mour and B. Finn 6/0; v. Edgeworth 6/2 ; v. G. Ar G. MacKay and F. Finn 6/5 5/6. N. Tilden and partner v. G. Howell and R. Edgeworth 0/6 1/6 ; v. G. MacKay and F. Finn 2/6; v. R. Alchiu and h. Butt 4/6; v. G. Armour and B. Finn 0/6. Ladies' Doubles Misses J. Daly and M. Berry v. Mesdarues Alchiu and Finn 3/6 1/6; v. Misses Edgeworth and Finn 6/1; v. Misses Armour and F. Finn 2/6. Misses T. Barton and C. Cor coran v. Mesdames Armo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951
BOOROWA AUCTIONS frEXT OFFERING IN THE GUILD HALL, BOOROWA, ON FRffl A¥, 6th APRIL, 19$1 AT 1.30 P.M. One Dining Suite; Wardrobes; Lounge Suites; Chest Drawers; Bedsteads; Mattresses; Kitchen Dressers; Kit. Safes; Kit. Tables; Dining-room Tables; Cedar Linen Press; Washing^ Stands ; Ice Chests;. Refrigerators; Fend ers, Groceries, Prams ; Mirrors, Bed Settees. Easy Chairs ; Cupboads; Beds and Bedding; Boilers, Stoves, Preserving Outfits; Kettles; Garden Hose; Crockery, Cutlery; Cur-, .ains; Glassware; Carpets,- Lino.; Feltex; Washing Mach ines; Radios- Electrical Goods — and 'useful articles too numerous to mention. 1 WAGNER PIANO; 1 PALING PIANO, both perfect. FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED. And On SATURDAY, 7th APRIL, 1951 AT BOOROWA SALEYARDS AT 2 P.M., Dairy Cattle, Fat Cattle, Store Cattle and Horses of All Descriptions. ALSO— 1 New 2-Stand Moffitt Virtue SHEARING PLANT with 2£ h.p. Engine, Hand Pieces. Grinder, etc. Never used. Ajax Wool Press; Wool Tables; Scales; Stensils; Griulcr;...