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GENERAL NEWS TEAM TO ENTER SATURDAY TENNIS COMP. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
GENERAL NEWS TEAM TO ENTER SATURDAY TENNIS COMP. Under perfect weather condi tions last Sunday over fifteen people enjoyed tennis on the local courts. During the afternoon a meet ing was held to discuss the in trict Saturday Tennis Competi tion to join and fill the vacancy caused by the . odd number of teams competing. After some discussion it was decided to enter into the Saturday compe tition and for next Saturday's match against Rye Park 'Wel- come' Club, at Rye Park, the following team was chosen: Messrs. Wally Banks, Harry Corcoran, Jack Sparkes, Frank Holmes; Mesdames J. Sparkes and H. Corcoran. It is expected the team will give a very good account of it self, with interesting- tennis a certainty Sunday social matches will be continued at the local courts re ga'rdless of the entry into Sat urday competitions. The local courts are to have more work done on them so*that they will be in better playing condition. After the meeting, play was resumed on both courts with some effecti...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND BAIL TO-NIGHT SOCIAL EVENT OF THE DANCING SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
CHURCH OFSN&AND . BAI1T0-WGHT SOCIAL EVEtfT OP THE DANCING SEASON , A social event of con siderable popularity is set down for to-night — the jfwnnni Ohurctt of England Ball, which is to be held in the Guild Hall. The «vent is always look ed forward to by patrons of dancing in Boorowa and dis trict, and there is sure, to be a large crowd present. The committee, with Mrs. J. Riles as secretary, is working hard for the success of the func tiou, and are anxious to es tablish a record this year. The programme consists of old-time and modern danc ing. Arrangements are well in band, and patrons wiil re ceive a hearty welcome to the Church of England an nual appeal. The committee of ladies attending to the supper can be depended upon to provide an excellent re past, and there will be an ample supply of all the toothsome delicacies possible. - The music will be supplied by the 'Rhythm Kings' or chestra, from Cowra, which are playing better than ever, and will include in the dance mu...
MOTOR CYCLISTS' SAFETY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
MOTORCYCLISTS' SAFETY The N.R.M.A. does not think any worth-while contribution to road safety would follow com_ pulsory fitting of jspeed govern ors to motor cycles or institu tion of a special speed limit of 40. to 50 m.p.h. outside built-up areas. These proposals have been re ferred to the Australian Uniform Traffic Code Committee by the N.S.W. Minister for Transport (Mr. Sheahan). N.R.M.A. general secretary. Mr. H. E. Richards, said pre sent laws were adequate to meet the situation, -but there should be greater publicity of cyclists' vulnerability and more appeals to young riders' sense of decen cy- 'As with motorists, it is only the odd cyclist who is reckless and foolhardy,' said Mr. Rich ards. 'The great majority are decent, responsible young fel lows, seldom of the drinking type. Motor cyclists' manoev rability must be admitted, but the trouble is that they have not the protection of a steel car body and even minor collisions mean ' injury and sometimes death. We doubt whethe...
FROGMORE NEWS Progress Assn. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
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CO-OP. VEHICLE TO GO [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
CO-OP. VEHICLE TO GO The Co-operative Society has decided to dispose of its four wheeled trailer. It is a good low-slung trailer, particularly suitable for hay carting, but the Soeiptv made its ripflisfmi in view of the fact that little or no use for it has been had. Tend ers are called for its purchase in an advertisement in this paper.
P. And C. Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
P. And C. Meeting A fairly good crowd attended the P. and C. meeting held in the school last Friday night, re gardless of the adverse weather conditions. Mr. Max Holmes, President, was in the chair, and the Secre tary, Mrs. Chas. Hill, read the minutes of the previous meet ing. These were adopted. Business From Minutes. From the minutes of the prev ious meeting (Annual and Gen eral) arose the fact that the working-bee was a failure be cause of rain and lack of attend ance.. : The President explained that because of the unsuccessful at tempts made by the P. and C. to get a working-bee together to fix the school tennis court, the Progress Association had gen erously decided to help out by calling for a working-bee at the school on the 21st of this month (to-morrow). Balance Sheet The annual balance-sheet pre sented at the annual meeting, was held over because it was felt a detailed account of re ceipts and expenditure re the Christmas Tree should be given. This balance-sheet was again...
ANZAC DAY P.O. ARRANGEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
ANZAC DAY P.O. ARRANGEMENTS On Wednesday, April 25 (An eac Day) the following arrange ments will be observed at the Boorowa Post Office: — Office open from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. ? 'it- Street letter receivers cleared 9.30 a,m. No delivery of mail by postman. Country mails outward as usual. Sydney and line mails close at 10 a.m. No Money Order or Savings Bank business will be transact gd. Telephone continuous.
Boorowa's First Powerless Day May 2 Use Of Electricity Banned Between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. On Each "Zoned Day" [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
Boorowa's First Powerless Day May 2 Use Of Electricity Banned Between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. On Each 'Zoned Day' Boorowa will be affected by the State Government's elec tricity zoning) which begins on Monday, April 30, and under the scheme will have its first 'blackout' on Tuesday. 2nd May* and will not be able to use electricity between the hours of 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. Those banned against the use of electricity are industry, shops, offices, commercial establishments, signs, night sports, etc. The zone schedule for 'B' Group, in which Boorowa is included for the five weeks after April 30 is as follows: TUESDAY .... MAY 2 MONDAY . .. MAY 7 SATURDAY .... MAY 12 FRIDAY ? MAY 18 THURSDAY ... MAY 24 WEDNESDAY .. MAY 30 On Thursdays of each week the roster of banning for the ensuing week will be published, said Mr. Conde. On zoned days the consump tion of electricity is banned for industry, shops, offices, commer cial establishments, exhibitors of signs and controllers of night j sports. Domest...
"THE LAND" COOKERY CONTEST LARGE ENTRY EXPECTED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
'THE LAND' COOKERY CONTEST , LARGE ENTRY EXPECTED The 'Land' Cookery Contest being conducted by the Boor owa branch of the C.W.A., to be held on Saturday, 21st April, is causing considerable interest amongst Boorowa housewives and a large entry is expected. Entries for. the competition close to-morow, and are to be at Mr. A. P. Webb's garage by 10.30 a.m., as judging com mences at 11 a.m. Mesdames A. A. Gorham and L. J. Dow ling have kindly .consented to act as judges, and special local prizes of 10/- will be awarded to successful entrants in each section. Extra entry forms are available at Mr. A. P. Webb's garage. ^ ?
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY HOW TO VOTE LABOR THE SENATE , INSTRUCTIONS: Use Figures Only. Place a Figure in Every Square. Mark Ballot Paper from this Card. GROUP A. 19 DIXON, R. 20 HEALY.J. 21 BAILES, J. W. 22 ROSS, E. A. 23 SIMM, M. E. 24 CONNORS, C. G. GROUP B. 7 SARINA, B. G. 8 FOWLER, J. B. GROUP C. 1 ASHLEY, W. P. 2 ARMSTRONG, J. I. 3 ARNOLD, J. J. 4 GRANT, D. MacL. 5 ARMOUR, S. K. 6 LARGE, Wl J. GROUP D. 9 SPOONER, W. H. 10 REID. A. D. 11 McCALLUM, J. A. 12 TATE, J. P. - 13 McMULLIN, A. M. 14 KIRKBY, T. F. UNGROUPED. 15 SPENSLEY, E. H. \ 16 ANSTEE, R. C. 17 LANG, J. T. 18 WEBB, W .G. AUSTRALIAN LABOR PARTY HUME ELECTORATE ,^^^(HBHBBH| HOW TO VOTE LABOR HSfl [*] ? ANDERSON, Charles G. W. HEI1H [i] FILLER, A. IV. Wkm Every Candidate MUST be Voted For, 'otherwise your Vote will be Informal. I^^^^^Hl^^^^^^l USE FIGURES ONLY. ? ^^^^^?ffiH^^I Keep This Advertisement For Polling Day '^^HQ^H (Authorised by A. CLIFFORD, Market Street, Boorowa. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ v ? '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951
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