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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

FOOTBALL SEASON OPENS NEXT SUNDAY BOOROWA v. QUEANBEYAN ? „ FIRST AND RESERVE GRADES. BOOROWA SHOWGROUND COMMENCING 1.45 P.M. SHARP H. S. SMITH, Hon. Sec.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

.*? - ????????????????????????????????????^?????^??????aB Is ill 1 11 1 O Ml mm -I* iJ si The Home For Aluminium Kitchenware ? SET of 5 SAUCEPANS * FRYING PANS * CAKE & SANDWICH ? SET of 5 CANISTERS * BILLY CANS * TEAPOTS ? CASSEROLES . ., ' c „ , ™n ?*- 3 and 5-Hole EGG ? STEAMERS POACHERS * PICNIC BILLIES ? BISCUIT and CAKE * Large and Small MEAT * VEGETABLE STRAIN CADDIES. PRESSERS ERS ? BREAD BiNS ^ Sets KIDNEY SAUCE- * C0LA*DERf ? BOILERS PANS * MIXING BOWLS ALL FIRST-GRADE ALUMINIUM AT PRICES TO SUIT THE HOUSEWIFE NpBL S, STRIBjUEY 'GENERAL MnEAK^) SPIRITS MERCHANTS. Phone 7 BOOROWA. Box 7 '?????????????????????????^?????????????????????????i

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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BOWLS EASTER TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

BO\||lp EASTER TOURNAMENT Six teams of three play ers each tools part in the Easter tournament on Sat urday afternoon and Mon day. v Each team played each other team a game of ten ends and some excellent matches were played, al though in sonre cases was hard to follow' The most consistent team was Gray, Irvine and Clem ents, who only suffered one defeat and eventually ran out the winners by 2 points from Nixon, Clark and New. ton. At the end of play the President (Dr. J. LeFewc) presented the trophies to. the first and second teams, but these were all sportingly do nated back to the Club. The total scores were: j Pts. Hep. Tl. i Gay, Irvine, Clem- ' euts . . ' ? 57 6 63 Nixon, Clark, New ton ? 58 3 61 .McCaun, Oxiey, Roberts ? 47 9 56 Fahey, Gurham, Thomas ? 50 2 52 Bowler, Bush by. - Williams* . . . . 33 6 39 J. Whale, Adams,. MacPliorson . . 35 Scr. 35 YASS v. BOOROWA. Arrangements have been | made for a team from the ( Boorowa Club to visit and j play a match against YassJ Bowlin...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

PERSONAL Little Kerry Sparkes has been confined to bed suffering from a serious illness. She has made quite favorable recovery over the last fe wdays and the people of Frogmore will be pleased when she is fuljy recovered.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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REAL ESTATE SLUMP? [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

REAL ESTATE SLUMP? Is there a real estate slump abroad? If so, what is the main factor causing it? At Young last week, a valuable house with spacious^ grounds well improved, and vacant possession, failed to elicit a bid. Possibly the po- 1 tential buyers present sensed I the reserve was too high in their estimation. At Cowra, three local local agents offered land and* properties by auction, but j nothing- was sold. The re- 1 serves placed on the proper- j ties by the owners were not . reached by bidders. j

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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CIRCUIT MINISTER FAREWELLED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

CIRCUIT MINISTER FARE. WELLED The annual Methodist Sun day School Picnic was held on Easter Monday. A good crowd ?was in attendance and a Nappy time was had by all, especially the children. At night a fare well - was .given yjM£--tN*a&i&«-*i* Hall -to sltev. and Mrs, Newton..;: . - Mr. Aub. Holgate was chair man and speakers were Messrs. \V. B. Southwell, C. A. Veness and Lieut. Stephens, of the Salvation Army. Mesdames R D. Southwell and S. C. Banks - spoke on behalf of the Church Aid and made a presentation to Mrs. Newton, who was President of same during her sojourn in this centre. Thanks was re turned by Mrs. Newton. A presentation was then made by the chairman to Rev. Newton, who ably responded. Items and games were the rule of the evening.

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FORMER BOOROWA MINISTER HONORED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

FORMER BOOROWA MINISTER HONORED Rev. F. W. Rettie, retired Rector of St. Nicholas, Nth. Goulburn, and well-known at Boorowa where 'he was Rector of St. John's, was honored recently by the par ishioners at Goulburn when speakers pointed out that his work* to the church had extended over a period of nearly half a century. In his early years he had done splendid work under pion eering conditions in Victoria. He had served at Padre dur. ing World War I. and had given consistent service since in the Dioceses of Canberra and Goulburn.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

BY PUBLIC AUCTION, in the GUILD HALL, BOOROWA, «d may, fa fM, *!95i- *' ! AT 3 P,M. ? ;; ?'^?:r\ ;: :--''-: 'PINE HILL' FBOaMOEE. Account Mrs. Jane Corcoran). ?'-?. 875 ACRES. ? 875 ACRES. Situation: 25 Miles froin Boorowa ; 9 miles from Frogniore; y miles- front Reid's Flat,- 4 miles from Main road. Water; Permanently Watered by 2 Running Creeks, Springs, and Tanks. Timber : Box, Guui,.. Apijletree- Striugybark. All killed out, except shade and useful timber. 12 Acres cleared. ~ Fencing: Boundary Netted. Subdivided into 3 Pad docks. Buildings: COMFORTABLE DWELLING .or 5 ROOMS. Country: Undulating to slightly hilly. High-class clean, .sound wool-growing country — practically free from rabbits. . . . Remarks: '.Pine Hill'' has been in the hands of the -one family for many years, and is being sold only on ac count of jll-liealth of the owner. It will be sold on a FREEHOLD BASIS, and represents an excellent op portunity for anyone in search of a^good little clean wool-growing area in a...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Housing Position Acute At Boorowa [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

Housing Position Acute The decision of the Housing Commission to resume land to build four additional homes at Boorowa again brings into focus of public attention the inadequacy of attempts made here during the past four years to pro vide sufficiently for the housing needs of the permanent and floating population of the town. A growing inunber of people in Boorowa seek hous ing and it is unnecessary to stress the impossibility of proper family life resulting in the growth of population under the makeshift conditions of accommodation being suffered by many of our townsfolk. Practically every business in Boorowa is in dire need of skilled labour which could be obtained if suitable homes were available. Under the present conditions, Boorowa cannot expect to progress. In other country centres, alert to housing needs, busi ness people erect homes for their employees — but in Boor owa employees are practically unobtainable simply be cause there are no houses to offor them when they airive...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUPERPHOSPHATE ROAD TRANSPORT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

SUPERPHOSPHATE ROAD TRANSPORT Many farmers, particu larly wheatgrowers, are unlikely to get delivery of their superphosphate needs this- Autumn, and the only alternative at present seems to be to arrange1 de livery by road transport wherever possible. Permits for transport of same are obtainable at the local motor registry office, and cost the sum of V-. An officer of the Division of Plant Industry of the De partment of Agriculture, ex plains that power restric tions, permit loadings from the works at. Port Kembla and Cockle Creek only on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays of each week. In addition, before the pre sent embargo was imposed on week-end loading, there was a lag of two months in ar ranged deliveries. J'~ The Victorian rail hold-up last December and January is still having a delaying ef fect by preventing super phosphate deliveries to New South Wales. At present there is little chance of .the ban on load ing in Port Kembla and Newcastle areas being lift d. — Publicity Of...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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FOOTBALL. QUEANBEYAN HERE ON SUNDAY INTERNATIONAL TO LEAD VISITORS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

FOOTBALL. QUEANBEYAN HERE ON SUNDAY INTERNATIONAL TO LEAD VISITORS i The 1951 Rugby League sea son will open in Boorowa on Sunday next when two match es will be played against the Queanbeyan Blues. The visitor* wilt be led by the International, Doug. Me Aitthie, centre, who is being paid £850 to coach Quean beyan for the season.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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RYE PARK NEWS SUCCESSFUL HARVEST FESTIVALS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

! RYE W8K ! \ NEWS I SUCCESSFUL HARVEST FESTIVALS Tfae Annual Harvest Fe* tivals held at Rye Park thic month were all huge suc cesses financially. The first one, in aid of the Church of England, comprised a sale of gifts, tea and a social at night, which wftre all well attended. A profit of £112 re sulted. The Methodist Harvest Fes tival was held the following Saturday, with a sale of gifts and tea. £208 was netted ou this occasion. The next Harvest Festival , was that in aid of the Salvation ?? Army on the following Satur day. An added attraction to the sale of gifts and tea was a concert in the Memorial Hall given by the boys from the S.A. ?= Boys' Home, Goulburn. The sum reajised for this effort was £258, which included a dona iton of £50 given by Mr. Karl Banks, who is now a trainee at the S.A. Cadet College, Sydney.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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BINALONG MAN KILLED DUST OBSCURED MOTORISTS VISION [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

BINAL0N6 MAN KILLED DUST OBSCURED MOTORISTS VISION Mr. Thomas Edward Castles, -aaed., A7,. died in YaB« Djs jgjpt- Hospital on Saturday Wfeernoon last as the result ^S* injuries received when he was knocked down by a car about a mile from Binalong on Thursday night previous. Mr- Castles was walking along the Harden-Biiialong road on Thursday night. He was passed by one car when another car driven I-y Mr, W. D. Walker, of North Bcxley, approached. The driver's vision was obscured by. clcuds or dust, and before Mr: Walker could swerve to avoid deceased he was struck by the mudguard of the car and thrown to the ground. The injured man was convey ed to Yass District Hospital. He was admitted suffering from extensive head injuries, aud abrasionB and bruises to the right hip. Miss Beulah Dowling, of Sydney, spent the Easter holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Dowling, of Market Street.

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MEETING TO BE HELD [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

MEETING TO BE HELD The Frogmore Progress Asso ciation will hold a general meet ing on Monday next. Quite some discussion is bound to centre around the con dition of the village road and the requqest for installation of a rural automatic 'phone ser vice. Other items are also on the agenda. The secretary, Mr. Allan Chudleigh, said that this Asso ciation was a public body or ganised to express the public's wishes and that ea6h meeting was open to the general pub lic. All may, and are urged to, attend.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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GIFT EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

GIFT EVENING On Saturday night will be the gift evening for Miss Betty. O'Neill,- who will be married to Mr. Bernard McGrath next Wednesday morniug.

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Induction of Boorowa's New Rector VISIT BISHOP OF CANBERRA-GOULRURN [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

Induction Of Bodirowa's inlfew Rector VISIT #BISllbp OF ' gfot mNBEREA-GOUlMmm jj# ? ? ? : — . Wfh The ton! Bishop of Canberra and Goulburn, the Right Rev, J&H. Burgmann, Th.D., inducted the RevkJ A. A. SmiB£ B.A., to the Cure of Souls ihjjhe Pari^|| of BooroWa^t -6*t. John's Church last Tue^^iighTl The .^!^Kl» was packed, parishioners coitfifcg from Rye I^rkpSf^gnumgaroo, Murringo and Reid's Flat, as well as^^rge number of Boorowa residents. v ]u additioinijAcleveu of the new Rector s|bxother priests gathered to djjgl1 UUUl well. They Were^Bition Harris (Cootamun4«^|; Revs. Ash ley Wilson 4*ij6nora), E. G. Buckle (Kooriavatha),, W. E. Boyldtjw (YlMing), T. J. O'Brien (Bartnsdman), GL E. Julieu (Murriknburrah), J. E. Jiaskin (North Goulbrn), H. P. Reynoldsf{Yass), J. G. Donoghue (Crdokwell), also Dr. A. W, J. Stocks, of Young, and A. C. Gibson (Bribbaree), 'who are both Deaeous. i The simple Ceremony be gan with the 'Cftergy proces sion into the Church to the singing of the ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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FLOOD DAMAGE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

HOOD DAMAGE BOOROWA SHIRE COUN CIL HAS RECEIVED A FURTHER GRANT OF £5,860 FROM THE MIN ISTER FOR WORKS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT TO WARDS FLOOD DAMAGE TO ROADS. In a letter to Mr. P J. Cahill, M.L.A,, the Minister stated: ' ' I refer again to your per sonal representations on be half of the Boorowa Shire Council, concerning the question of financial assist ance towards a flood dam age restoration programme, estimated by the Department to cost £8,780. 'Having considered the various factors involved, 1 am prepared to make* avail- able a grant of £5,860, repre senting 66 per cent, of the estimated cost, on condition that the Council provides the balance of funds neces sary to complete the work to the satisfaction of my De partment. .With due allow ance for the recently ap proved preliminary grant of £2,770, an additional amount pa va 1)1 1' to -the Council will be' £3,090. 'The Council might be given to understand that, upon formal acceptance, the grant wil] be pai dinto its Trust Fund, but...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

[mews classified advertisements! THE COST OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS IS 1/6 FOR TWO LINES (Minimum) and 9d FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/- EXTRA. Approx. 4-5 Words per Line. ? FOR SALE CHILD'S COT and one Electric STOVE (Roden 37). Both i« perfect order. Apply Mrs. J. ? JUttlefleld, Marsden Street, Boorowa. . MATTOCKS and Parkes Rabbit ers' » Shovels available at STRIBLEY'S— Jn fact we have everything for the man on the land J TWO Quiet SADDLE HORSES and one Quiet PONY. For further particulars' apply ?KEVIN NELSON, Boorowa. Phone 171. TENTS, Flys and Tarpaulins are oil hand now at STRIB LEY'S.. Be early,' winter months are approaching! FOR WEDDING PRESENTS and Birthday Gifts, STRIBLEY'S have a marvellous range of Stewart Crystal on display. Choose from our selection! BATHS are- scarce! STRIB LEY'S have 'a few imported ones left. Be early! ~~ LOST LOST, on Gunning Road, Wed nesday night. One Wheel, Tyre and Tube. Finder please advise 'News' Office. Re ward. ^* TENDERS TENDERS ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

HAIR STYLIST PATRICIA SHEPHERD COURT STREET, BOOROWA. FOR ALL TYPES OF PERMANENT WAV4NG AND LATEST HAIR STYLES. -?'.?.? Phone 18'. LADIES! BE AT YOUR BEST ALWAVS *? WITH A NEW PERM. O'Hara's Hairdressing Salon Phone 60 For Appointment. Rabbiters! Graziers! NOW AVAILABLE CHALKER'S RABBIT, DECOY THE DECOY that gives you 100 per cent. Kill — the greatest 'Attractor' ever made! i RABBITS CAN'T RESIST IT! TRIED, TESTED, PROVED. Available in one size only — 2 oz. bottles (Concentrated); sufficient to prepare 12,000 baits. Price, 25/- Per Bottle; 25/6 Posted. CASH WITH ORDER. Available Only From E. H. LAWLER Chemist, Boorowa Pharmacy. WE ED EN'S THE HOME OF KEEN PRICES * 'WINTER IS ON ITS WAY,1' AND WE HAVE A CONSIGNMENT OF WINTER UNDERWEAR WORTH INSPECTION. Ladies' Long-sleeved Spencers, in reliable, Gold _n Fleece brand. Size O.S., 28/6 each; size W., 27/6 each._ Fleecy-Jined Pantettes, size W ? 8/6 pair. Fleecy-lined Bloomers, size O.S ? 9/6 pair. Men's Winter' Suede Slippers, lined wit...

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Mr. Chas. Anderson, Member For Hume, Reports To The Electors [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

Mr. Chas. Anderson, Member For Hume, Reports To I lip riprrnf^ j Some fifteen months ago the electors of Hume sent me to represent them in Federal Parliament. In com mon with the. rest of the Commonwealth, they gave the Liberal-Country Party Government, of which I am a member, a great majority in the House of Representa tives, but Labour— by rather questionable methods — retained control of the Senate. The new Government has a task before it — a gravely deteriorated position hi world affairs, a national economy suffering from strong inflationary pressures, aggrav ated by industrial anarchy, an economy subject to savage and successful attacks by a Communist conspiracy, a surfeit of controls and restrictions so beloved by Social ists. As soon as Parliament met, it became evident that Labor was intensely resentful of the people's choice and from the first day it was obvious that their intention in Oppo sition was to oppose, obstruct and to resort to every prac tice to wreck the Meuzies...

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