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FROGMORE TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951
FROGMORE . TOPICS . From Our Correspondent On Friday evening last the engagement was announced of Laura, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Howarth, of Orange, to Kevin, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Clive Boulding, of Frogmore. Miss Howarth is wearing a beau- tiful gold engagement ring with a twin-stone setting, and congratulations to the couple are general. * * * Mr. Percy Roberts return ed from Queensland last Aveck, but has left his moth er there at Tara, where she will remain for some time. » * ** Mr. W. Cassells is back from Sydney and pleased that his wife and baby daughter are both very well. Names chosen for the fair haired babe are Carmel Marie. * * * Last Friday Mr. Alan C'luidlcigh returned home from hospital where he had spent almost a fortnight. On Saturday he drove to Syd ney to spend a few days holi day before returning on Thursday . ^ * ?'. ? Messrs. Max Holmes and Kevin O'Neill returned last Friday from their Queens laud holiday. Both obvious ly had an enjoyable' h...
OBITUARY Mr. J. D. Martin [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951
OBITUARY Mr. J. D. Martin The death took place at St. John of God Hospital, Goulburn, on Tuesday, March 6, of John David Martin, of 31 Ruby St., Goulgurn. After a service held by Dean King, interment took place at the Church of England portion of the General cemetery, Goulburn. A native of Young, being the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas Martin, of "Martindale," Young, he was a farmer and grazier and lived practically all his life on the land at Young, retiring three years ago after selling his pro- perties, "Martindale" and "Glen- coe." He came to reside in Goul- &nbsp; burn with his wife and three sons. He was married at Boor- owa, 31 years ago, to Ida Irene Coble, third youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Coble, of Davey's Creek, Boorowa. He &nbsp; leaves a wife and five children, the youngest 13 years. The family are Lila (Mrs. H. K. Holmes, Islington), Joan (Mrs. G. Forde, Young), Maur- ice, John and Peter (Goulburn). Brothers and sisters...
DEATH OF BOOROWA BUSINESS MAN MR. JOHN MURPHY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951
DEATH OF BOOROWA BUSINESSMAN MR. JOHN MURPHY —— &nbsp; &nbsp; Boorowa community were shocked on Tuesday night when the news became known that Mr. John Mur- phy, aged 62, well-known Boorowa business man and &nbsp; a highly esteemed resident had passed away at his resi- dence. The funeral took place on Thursday afternoon. Further details will appear in a later issue. &nbsp;
PERSONALS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 23 March 1951
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowler, &nbsp; of Brisbane, arc receiving congratulations on the birth of a son. Bill is well-known in Boorowa and by the golf- ing fraternity. Miss Marjorie Waters, of Leeton, has joined the nurs- ing staff at the Boorowa Dis- trict Hospital and commenc- ed duties at the week-end. In last week's report of the wonderful assistance that was rendered by the V.A D.'s at the Boorowa District Hos pital due to the sudden sick ness amongst the nursing staff, we inadver...
PROFESSORS, MYXOMATOSIS AND SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951
PROFESSORS, MYX0MAT0S1S Myxomatosis has not at tacked sheep, and it is the fervent wish of every reas onably minded Australian that such a calamity will never eventuate. The above, liowever, is not the opinion of Professor Oli phant, who thinks it is a pity that inyamatosis is not wip ing out sheep as it is at pre sent the rabbit. -According to his statement 'Sheep are the curse of Aus. tralia,' and aj-e eating the guts out of the country. If his trend of thought fol lows this pattern, he should have included Wheat, Rab bits and Cattle. In fact, if the Professor would take even a brief glance at any book dealing with Soil Tech nology, he would learn that all living tissues, both plant aud animal, either directly or indirectly depend upon, and live from and off the soil. Man is. or should be, the caretaker and guardian of the Soil, and irrespective of tlie type of animal or plant, which is grazing or growing upon our fair fieldft.it is -his duty to see that the 'guts' is returned to ...
YE GODS, DOGS! [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951
YE GODS, DOGS! Mr. Scott, organiser for the Farmers and Settlers' Association, arrived in Boorowa during the week. For the next few days he will be loping arouiid the countryside for a yam with the 'man on the laud.' AU and sundry will find the amiable Mr. Scott a mine of useful information on the various activities which he represents. So coekies, if you spy a tal1 quiet figure ambling across our fields, ke-jp your dogs in check — it'll only be Mi\ Scott. — Publicity Officer, F.S.A. Brauch, Boorowa,
BOOROWA GOLF ASSOCIATES OPENING DAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951
BOOROWA GOLF ASSOCIATES OPENING DAY The Boorowa Golf As sociates' opening day is to be held on the 4th of April. We would like to see as many Associates aud intend ing Associates as possible. As Opening Day is a social day, Associates are asked to bring a basket. We have received- an invi tation from the Members to attend their opening day on Sunday. 1st April. The event is to be a Mixed Four some, and Associates are ask. --d 1o bring a basket-.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951
!??????????«????«?????.? apaaaiiafliBV B U S H B Y'S SPECIAL J|i|A BARGAINS BOY'S WEAR ' Boys' Ranger Shirts, assorted plain colours and stripes. Sizes 1 to 5 ? ,. ? 6/ll each. Boys' Khaki Drill Ranger Suits *. ? 8/11 each. Boys' Navy Enickalls ? .'. ? ? 11/9 pair. Boys' Grey School Trousers ? 13/9 and 17/6 pair. Boys' White Sports Shorts ? 12/9 pair. Boys7 White Athletic Vests ? 3/6 each. Boys' Welted School Shoes, sizes 11 to 1 ...... ? 25/6 pair. Boys' Welted School Shoes, sizes 2 to 5 ? 29/6 pair. Boys' All Wool Golf Hose from ? .... .:. . 6/11 pair. MEN'S WEAR All Wool Cashmere Socks, plain colours ? 5/11 pair. All Wool Fancy Socks ', ? 5/11, 7/11, 8/11 pair. Men's Pyjama Trousers-*. ? 12/9 and 17/11 pair. Men's Summer 'Pyjamas ' ? - ? 29/9 pair. Men's Winter-weight Pyjamas ? 32/6 pair. Men's Braces .-... ' ? ? 2/11 and 6/11 pair. Work Trousers, Blue Jeans; .sizes 6, 7,' 8 24/6 pair. BLANKETS and RUGS Silver Grey All-wool Blankers, 72 x 90 ...... £7/12/6 pair. Coloured Bush Rug...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951
PERSONAL Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Edgerton on the birth of a daughter on Wednes day at the Boorowa District Hospital. Others to receive cougratula tions are Mrs. Hadley (a daugh ter) and Mrs. J, C. Carrodus (a Knn \ We regret to learn that Mrs. C A. Veness is still in hospital, suffering from pleurisy, and will be there for a week or two yet. We extend the wish for a complete reco%rery. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Armour spent the Easter week-end at Robertson with Mr. and Mrs. Eric Armour, who recently pur chased a property in that dis trict. Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Denning have returned home from Syd ney where they took two of their children, Kaye aud Roslyn, for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Perks returned home after an enjoy able three weeks spent, first at Sydney, then motoring through Victoria. Miss Betty Irvine is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Perks. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Commens . entertained several young city friends over the Easter week end. Mr. and Mrs- Roy Frost were ' t...