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HOW THE TEAMS FINISHED "A" GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

mw THE HAMS i FINISHED ! 'A' GRADE. Young ? 46 I Thuddungra ? 46 2 Wombat ? 36 ? Boorowa Federals . . 35 * Bendick Murrell .. . . 32 j Burrangong ...... 32 ? Binalong-Galong . . 27 ; Harden Town . ? ? . 26 I Boorowa R.S.L ? 15 i

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
YOUNG 'A' GRADE IN GOOD POSITION CRICKET FINAL OF COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

YOUNG A' GRADE IN GOOD POSITION CRICKET FINAL OF COMPETITION Young 'A' Grade team are in an excellent position in the cricket final against Thuddungra, which com menced last Sunday. ' In reply to Thudduiigra's 140, Young have made 109.. with eight wickets still in hand. The match-will be resumed uext Sunday.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

Cancellation Of Sale BOOROWA AUCTIONS have Cancelled the Sale as Ad vertised for April 12. This Sale will now BE HELD ON SATURDAY, 7th APRIL, 195 1 Following the FURNITURE SALE in the GUILD' HALL On FRIDAY, 6th APRIL. - SEE ADVERTISEMENT ELSEWHERE IN THIS ISSUE. S. D. BOBBIN AND COMPANY LICENSED AUCTIONEERS, BOOROWA. PRELIMINARY NOTICE SPECIAL SHEEP SALE BOOROWA WEDNESDAY, 18th APRIL, 1951 5000 LOCAL STATION SHEEP 5000 ALREADY ADVISED. Full Particulars Later issue. Further Entries Invited. W. M. DWYER & COMPANY and PITT, SON & BADGERY * (Branches) PTY. LTD., BOOROWA. Licensed Agents Selling in Conjunction. i . PRELIMINARY NOTICE. EXTENSIVE CLEARING SALE » AT 'ALLENDALE,' BOOROWA, ON WEDNESDAY, 11th APRIL, 1951 Account Mr. H. A. Crawford (who has recently sold his property through the firm). 3000. HIGH QUALITY SHEEP 3000 (Pure Poogoonook Blood, one mark). HOUSE COWS. STOCK PONIES. Quantity HOUSE HOLD FURNITURE, FLOOR COVERINGS, ETC. Account 'Glengarry' Pastoral Co.: Q...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Quality But No Quantity Of Sheep And Wool [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

Quality But No Quantity Of Sheep And Wool The judges, Mr. Holgate (Dalton) and Mr. G. Clark (Boorowa) agreed that the sheep on show were of the finest types, but in a district such as this it was disap pointng to see so few entries in the various sections. -The wool judged by Mr. R. J. Forster was declared of superb quality, but again disappointment was express ed at the small selection on show. It is to be hoped that graz iers will next year show more interest hi making public 'their products. AWARDS WOOL. Best Merino Fleece, judged on commercial value (unskirted); Farmers & Graziers' Shield: Mr. K. 'Shepherd. Merino FJeece, fine wool, skirt ?- ed: F.' Medway 1 and 2. Merino Fleece, medium wool, skirted: F. Medway. Merino Wether or Ewe Fleece, judged on commercial value, unskirted: R. D. Southwell. SHEEP Best Merino Ram in Show, any age; J. Denning. Merino Ram, fine wool,, under 2 years: F. Moorby & Son. ! Merino Ram Lamb, fine wool, under 1 year: T, M. Moorby &...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GINTY & O'LEARY EXHIBITS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

GINTY & O'LEARY EXHIBITS jMr. Pat O'Leary, of Boor owa, displayed a number of items to interested spec tators at the Show. The Mobilco Power Saw brought forth many queries as did the Horwood Bagshaw Fire-fighting Unit. A Holdeu sedan and a Holden utility, of which there are quite a number in the district, were also on show. This was the first time that Ginty & 'Leavy Pty. Ltd. have had exhibits at the Rug by Show.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

Mr. Bill Upton, of Cooma, formerly of Boorowa, was a visitor to the town during the week..

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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RUGBY SHOW BEST FOR MANY YEARS Exhibits Reflect Rich Productivity Of District RECORD CROWD ATTRACTED BY DELIGHTFUL WEATHER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

RUGBY SHOW BEST FOR MANY YEARS Exhibits Reflect Rich Productivity Of District RECORD CROWD ATIHACTED BY The Seventeenth Annual Rugby Show held last Saturday in perfect weather, %was declared by the sec retary (Mr. E. L. Gorham) as* the best for many years. Exhibits. were generally of a higher standard and* reflected the rich productivity of the district, and new additions to the grounds proved their worth. ' Keeord takings and record donations greatly pleased the hard-worked members of the Kugby Public Hall Commit tee which provided a show of outstanding merit for a small village such as Rugby. The Memorial Hall, recent ly painted, Vas attractively set up to give an eager pub lic good views of the many remarkably fine exhibits. From the time the pavilion opened at 3.30 p.m. until late, a steady stream of vis itors passed through. NEW ADDITIONS The new store building built jointly by the Hall Committee and -Fire Brigade provided quarters for the very popular booth so very ably conduc...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGAGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

ENGAGEMENTS . The engagement has been announced of Colleen Fay, onlv daughter of Mr. and 51i\s. G. Graham, of Young, to Vincent Thomas, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs,-F. Goode, Kangiara. The engagement is an nounced of Josephine, young est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Doud. Boorowa, to Cliff, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. N. Fuller, of Puduian, via Yass. Tin* engagement is an nounced of Elsie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gordon, of Rye Park, to Kevin, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Pearsall, of Rye Park. Tlie I engagement is an nounced of Betty Mary youngest daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. V. Lloyd, of Coota limmlra. to Peter Morgan, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Cusack, of G-along.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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BOWLS CHARLIE WEEDEN WINS CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

BO1|S CHARLIE WEEfrEN WINS CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP On Sunday , afternoon the final of the Club Cham pionship was jajlayetl be tween Charlie W?eeden and Bill O 'Sullivan;'! The green \vsls in good condition but the svind blow ing was inclined io be chop py. The standard of play was high throughout and au excellent gamers. witness- ed. : Weedcn was first to settle down and led 8/6 after four ends, but then jfoHowed a period of play during which O 'Sullivan recovered a lot of lost, ground until after 14 ends, the score sto^od at 12/10 in Weedeu's favour. During the »4;xt twelve ends. Weeden helj| the upper hand and scored J15 (includ ing two fours) 5to O'Sulli van s four, and! then led 27/14. O 'Sullivan then scor ed six, but on ibetJlst Weed on with a very ? fine three, moved to 31, to run out the winner, 31/20. Congratula tions, Charlie. ~i .This is the third year that these two players^ have con tested the fiualPso other members will* liaygj ; i« polish EASTER TOURNAMENT Nominationisifqr ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Boorowa Family's One Day A year In The City [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

jBoorowa Family's One Day I A Year In The City ? A young couple brought their three children : Nearly 500 miles for a day at the Show this week. ?' They are Mr. and Mrs. R. McKimm, of Boorowa, I in southern New South Wales. Mr. and Mrs. McKinrm brought, their three ; daughters— Cheryl Anne (2), Patricia (3) and \ Vivienne (4). They travelled '242 miles to Sydney : ?by train, saw every part of the Show, and left j again at 30 o'clock at night. ? Mrs. McKimm said: 'We come down for the '. Show for one day every year. j 'It is the only time we ever leave Boorowa, j 'We always come on the opening day, because j big crowds frighten our children. ?' : 'Down Boorowa way they rarely see a motor j car. '.'.'? i 'The kids enjoy the pigs and the litters best of i all. We buy them sample bags and toys, but they \ won't leave the Show until we've shown them the '. pigs . : 'The kids will talk about then- day at the Show ; until we come down again noxt year.' — Daily j Telegraph. \ ???????«??«???...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

??????????????????????????????????????????????????a ' . $^ a 1 K I IS IJ £i 1 q m, The Home For Aluminium Kitchenware * SET of 5 SAUCEPANS * FRYING PANS * CAKE & SANDWICH TINS * SET of 5 CANISTERS * mLLY CANS TEAPOTS * CASSEROLES ' ? .} 5 Hob EGG * STEAMERS POACHERS * PICNIC BILLIES * BISCUIT and CAKE * Large and Small MEAT * VEGETABLE STRAIN-' CADDIES. PHESSERS # ERS jl BREAD BJ\S ' * COLANDERS *? imiuAD jiJ'Nb * Sets KIDNEY SAUCE * BOILERS PANS * MIXING BOWLS ALL FIRST-GRADE ALUMINIUM AT PRICES TO SUIT THE HOUSEWIFE NEIL S. STRIBLEY _ ''GENERAL WINE AND' SPIRITS MERCHANTS.' Phone 7 ' JWOROWAr Box ^** *?

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RUGBY SHOW AND BALL TAKINGS AMOUNT TO £500 [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

RUGBY SHOW AND BALL TAKINGS AMOUNT TO £500 u Gross takings atRugby/s Show and Bali held last Saturday amounted to ap proximately £500, truly a magnificent effort by the Rug-by Hall Committee. During the evening at the Ball a waltzing compe tition was held, and after several rounds |iie judges decided the; ^T^ers, were on a par and the prizes were divided between Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gdrham and Mr. and Mrs. -Ross Gor ham. A spot dance was won by Mr. Max Cranston and partner. i . i Mr. Lionel Cranston, of Boorowa, donated prizes for both waltzing compe tition and spot dance.

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THE SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

,£?????? IIPPflVIIVfllllllllllM I THEY SAY. J)ON'T FORGET the Race Meet, ing (Unregistered) at the Boorowa Racecourse on Easter Saturday in aid of the Boorowa Distict Ambulance. Publican's booth on ground; betting * on Sydney and Melbourne races. THAT the area under crop in' the Boorowa district this season will be determined by rainfall over the next few weeks. THAT .men's tailored suits from English material soon might cost £50, said a woollens manu facturer who arrived in Sydney from San Francisco. ] THAT ballot papers will be is-! sued to woolgrowers in May ' on the proposal to set up a Wool Stabilisation Fund. (Details of this scheme are not yet -put). THAT the Commonwealth Gov ernment will make £500,000 available for road safety work over the next five years. THAT each year 600 exservice men are to be settled on the land. Last year there were 500. THAT more oats, and less wheat, will be planted in some Western districts. THAT the Methodist Conference increased the stipends of ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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FOODS FOR HEALTHY TEETH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

FOODS FOR HEALTHY TEETH These practical hint, (or the guidance of housewives have been prepared by the Nutrition Section of the De partment of Public Health. A set of sparkling white teeth is admired by everyone. But even more important is whether or not those teeth are able to perform properly, the duties in tended fo them. They h^ye a most important task, for they stand at the gateway to the body and must help prepare the food for digestion. If our teeth func tion badly' we will most likely suffej- from indigestion and our meals will beconie a misery rather than a joy. Nevertheless, our teeth seldom let us down unless we let them down first. Australians, as a whole, have poor teeth, so it is worth while seeing just what we should do to preserve them and those of our children. WE NEED CALCIUM A child's teeth, even the per manent ones, begin to form be fore be is born. Calcium is es sential as a structural material! for all teeth, and this mineral is found, in particular, in milk an...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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BIG DROP IN LOCAL ELECTRICITY AND WATER CONSUMPTION [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

BIG DROP fN LOCAL ELECTRICITY AND WATER CONSUMPTION There has been a big drop In the electricity and water consumption at Boorowa during the pact month. Tfliis was reported to last Monday's meeting of the Boor owa Shire Council by. the Elec trical Mechanic (Mr. A. H. Pritchard) who stated that this was no doubt due to the daily blackouts. The maximum de mand, however, was very high. INSTALLATION WORK ?Mr. Pritchard said there had been a good deal of electrical installation work carried out recently but as the Assistant Mechanic -Mr. Orr) had left their employ, they would be rather shorthauded until anoth er electrician was engaged. The report was adopted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

The Most Dust-proof Car On The Road The Amazing New Peugeot Sedan ? THEY'RE SMART J^^MKB^S^I^^MS^SS^ f THEY'RE ECONOMICAL ^^tfia^K^S^^^^^^&^^^^^^^HfljJj^^ BUILT FOR AUSTRALIAN ^^^M|^^^^^Mra^^^^^^^^^^- ^ ROADS AND CONDITIONS. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ YOU HAVE TO DRIVE IT TO BELIEVE ITS PERFORMANCE ! AGENT FOR : * Dodge and Peugeot Cars, Trucks and ¥ British Dodge Trucks. Utilities. * Lister Shearing Machinery, Etc. . * Land Rover. * Caltex Depot for Kerosene, Petrol and * Icemaster Kelvinator Refrigerators. # Castrol Oil Depot. * Dangar Gedye and Mallock Ltd. Oils. , L G. LAWRENCE Phone 165. MARSDEN STREET, BOOROWA. Phone 165. s\i//v\ I // ] 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 Baking Powder will give you the best results evory time. ? For all baking . — scones, cakes, ?SE2^^5^^ pastries, etc., Aunt ,Ma'ry's Baking «fil5p|irW AUNT £ Jltl^ * MARY'S (...

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NO MORE TROUBLE LIKELY TELEPHONE LINE OVER LACHLAN RIVER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

NO MORE TROUBLE LIKELY TELEPHOXE LINE OVER IJU/HLAN RIVER Lt.-Col. C. W. G. Anderson, M.H.R. for Hume, is in receipt of the following letter from the Postmaster - General 's Depart ment: — Sir, — 1 desire to refer to your personal representations of the 4th September last, made on be half of the Boorowa Shire Coun cil, regarding the telephone route crossing the Lachlan River, at Darby's Falls, advice has now been received that the work has been completed and further interruptions . arising from the floods should not be i experienced in the future.

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EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END The ingredients of a superlat ive outdoor drama — trigger- quick action gun fights, Indian forays, spectacular horseman manship and magnificent scenic backgrounds — are effectively combined in 'AMBUSH,'' which brings Robert Taylor, John Ho diak and Arlene Dahl to the Empire Theatre this week-end. - M.G.M. shrewdly entrusted this super-western — the first big picture of its type it has made in almost a decade — to Sam Wood, the .discerning director who did such a fine job with 'The Stratum Story,'' and once again infuses human interest, a quality of credibility and dis tinctivfe atmospheric colour into his new drama- of a wily scout employed by an Army Post com mander to lead troops to the capture of a marauding and murderous Apache renegade. The daring escape of Robert Taylcr, cast as the scout, from his Apache pursuers, a spectacu lar battle between Indians and troopers., and animosity between Taylor and John Hodiak, play ing the Post's stuffed^hirt sec on...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

j^^^S&. (Sfi^HE^^^^i * The 8 h.p. flfi tip .-^^ ? — ^y» MORRIS * MINOR fines* small car yet built. Independent front Suspension; 'Monocon- ?traction' body _ and chassis saves weight) more miles per gallon. brilliant performance. ?xtra roomy. * OXFORD A sensation in motoring ralue. Powerful new _ - engine; strikingly beauti ful new lines; independ ent (root suspension; within-wheel base seat ing; steering column gear-change; engineered ior economy. ft \\«nwA ffi ^?^^^^^jSJPmJljHh. ^ ^^^y Morris ^^9r Oxford LOCAL AGENTS: Boorowa Motors BRIAL STREET, 'BOOROWA, Phone 131. I ? ' . ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951

PATTERSON BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Boorowa, Harden, Young. Head Office: MAIN STREET, YODNG. We Personally Supervise AH Arrangements. Complete, Modern Equipment. Funerals Conducted With Reverence and Dignity. Local Representative: P. J. SLATTERY, Phone ? 183. Market St., Boorowa. Advertisers, subscribers aud the general public are advised that all accounts owing to the 'Burrowa News' should be paid at the office of Mr. S. D. Bobbin, our accountant, who will issue the News' official receipt.

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