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EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

EMPIRE FILMS FOR WEEK-END An action-jammed his torical adventure yarn set in the lawless period of the South-west following the American Civil War, 'South of St. Louis,' filmed in tech nieolour, comes to the Em pire Theatre screen this Sat urday headed by a four-star east headed by Joel McCrea, Alexis Smith, Zachary Scott and Dorothy, Maloue. The picture is a United States Picture Production released by Warner Bros. Besides the quartette of stars, Victor Jory, Alan Hale, Monte Bine and Paul Maxey are featured. 'South of St. Louis' was the no-man's Land of the Civil \War. It was that vast area of Texas and the South west in which, for the most part, the war was fought on a guerilla basis, although there were organised Army groups on botU sides. The film depicts the taut, person, al drama of three hard-riding men of the range, set against the violent background o£ the open spaces. Smuggling 'was rampant then and the reckless tempo of the time made life exciting and dan gerous. McCrae ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GALONG GYMKHANA. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

GALONG GYMKHANA. A monster gymkhana has been organised at Galong on Saturday, April 7. The fix ture is being held in con junction with the Common wealth Jubilee Celebrations. A fine horse and pony pro gramme of events has been arranged with a full list of continuous events. At night a Jubilee Dance will bp held in the Memorial Hall, to which the proceeds of the day will be devoted. FOR ALL your Printing: Letter.' heads, Receipt Books, Docket Books, Account Forms, Labels, Programmes, Tickets, et., let us quote you. Burrowa News Printery. Phone 20.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VAULABLE ATTITIONS TO MURRINGO CATTLE STUD. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

VAULABLE ATTITIONS TO MURRINGO CATTLE STUD. Notable district purchase at the Royal Show stud cattle j sales was that of the short- j horn bull, 'Ivy wanna Jaegar,' bred by F. Hood, of Albury, and purchased by C. P. Johnson, 'Karoola* Stud, Murriugo. ! Kywanua Jaegar secured reserve ?junior champion or the show and was purchased for 2,y00 gns. j Another notable addition j to district stu dberds is the J importation of Cduggleton j Joy Wimple, a stud heifer from Scotland. She will also go to 'Karoola.'

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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YOUTH CLUB MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

YOUTH CLUB MEETING Last Sunday week the Young People s Club held, a meeting under the chairman ship of the President, Mr. Max Holmes. The minutes as read by the ?secretary. Mr.« John Hill, were adopted. A cheque for £20, proceeds of the recent Ball, was sent to the Spastic Centre. Correspondence was re ceived from the Cowra Dis trict Ambulance, informing the Club that no objections would be raised by that body if a carnival was held at Wyangala in aid of the Boor owa Ambulance. Wyangala is in the Cowra district. The proposed carnival lias been stood over until next summer. Table tennis equipment and darts Mere bought and these accounts passed for payment. It was decided to hold a social in aid of the club on Saturday, April 14. A pro gramme, including a table tennis tournament, quoits, other indoor games, a euchre party, dance and musical items was arranged and a charge of 'A/- to cover every thing, including- supper, was decided upon. Members of the Club are requested to at tend at...

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Intense Political Battle Planned For Hume. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

intense Political Battle Planned For Hume. Dissolution of the Nine- I Dissolution of the Nine teenth Commonwealth Par liament by the Governor General, Hon, W. J. Mc Kell, the Prime Minister has announced the date of the elections as April 28. The three political parties, Liberal, Country Party and Labour, quickly put their or ganisations into gear. One of the intensest po litical battles will take place in Hume, where Mr. Charles Anderson (C.P.) is the sitt ing Member. Mr. Anderson defeated former Labor Whip, Mr, A. j Puller, by some 700 votes iu the last elections. Already it has been an nounced 1h at. the Liberal: Party will not contest the , seal. The leader of . the i Country Party, Mr. A. W. Faddenl will take part in the Hume campaign. Mr, Fuller has not been idle during his retirement from Parliamentary life and is known to be concentrating on regaining Hnme. This seat could easily be come the indicator as to whether Labor or non-Labor will occupy the Treasury Benches next ter...

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

S. D. BOBBIN & COMPANY Licensed Stock, Station, Real Estate Agents, ? Auctioneers and Valuers, 13-MARSDEN STREET, BOOROWA. Agencies: ~ . ? New Zealand Loan, and M.A.. Co. Ltd. ? T. and G. Mutual Life Society. ? Australian Fertilizers. ? Guardian Assurance Company Ltd. » ? Hoover Vacuum Cleaners. * ? 'Washing Machines, etc. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED ANYWHERE Valuations for Probate, Transfers, etc. Stock and Property Lists Available. S. D. BOBBIN AND COMPANY ' Phones : 2 & 117 (Offices) ; 107 (Private) ; P.O. Box 16 \ ' ' ' ; ? -1 SHEARING the Flock is like harvesting the crop— the culmination of your year's labour. MAKE SURE you REAP the Maximum Results of your work by Marketing your Clip at the Outstand ing 'Woolselling Centre ? ' GOUL B UEN and that means the Efficient, Courteous and Under standing Services of THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative, Grain, Insurance and Agency Co. Ltd., , GOULBURN. LONGMORE & SLADE I . STATION STREET, HARDEN, . Wish to notify ...

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

mm BflKffiY Cordial Manufacturer, Baker And Pastrycook SMAU-GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. WEDDING CAKES. Wedding and Picnic Parties Supplied. * SUEAD DELIVERED TO ANY -- PART OF THE DISTRICT. Phone 35 BOO ROW A Phone 35 ~ R. LHJRDY MONUMENTAL MASOfo Wombat Road, Young. Gladstone said . . _. 'Show nje the manner' in which a nation or a com munity cares for its dead and I will measure with mathematical exactness the tender sympathies of its people, their respect for the law of the land, and their loyalty to high ideals.' MONUMENTS ERECTED ANY WHERE IN THE STATE. ' Additional Inscriptions, Renovations. LOCAL AGENTS: ? G. GREIG & P. J. SLATTERY. PATTERSON BROS. FUNERAL 'DIRECTORS Boorowa, Harden, Young. Head Office: MAIN STREET, YOUNG. We Personally Supervise All Arrangements. Complete, Modern' Equipment. Funerals Conducted With Reverence and Dignity. Local Representative : P. J. SLATTERY, Phone ? 183. Market St., Boorowa. 0. J. STUART Builder, Contractor And Undertaker BRIAL STREET, ...

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

!; A SPLENDID RANGE OF ... , ?: f LOUNGE & BEDROOM SUITES I ?j NOW ON DISPLAY. ]l !; Also Just Arrived— a Consignment of j! Inner Spring Mattresses i; Secure Now — Before Prices Increase. , ;I Available Now: || WHITE PORCELAIN ENAMEL BATH TUBS j I LOUNGE SUITE SPECIAL.— A particularly well \[ ', constructed Three-piece Loose Cushion LOUNGE J| | SUITE, featuring Sprung Platforms and Inner- Jj Spring Loose Cushions. English Genoa Velvet Cov- J* erings. Outstanding Value at .. .. .. £59/10/-. ;! CHROME BEDSTEADS.— All complete with Wire I' ? [ Mattresses suitable for soft or inner-spring mat- I1 I| tresses. 4ft. 6in. size will be arriving shortly. Ji ;l CEDAR BEDROOM SUITE (and Butt Maple), hi jl j! the latest designs Last word in BEDROOM Suites. *', I; SOFT BEDDING.— Let us quote you. Inspect our !? range. ?I INNER SPRING MATTRESSES, available in 3ft., ? I 3ft. 6in. and 4ft. 6iu. sizes— by leading makers: ? | Dreanimaker — Beauty Sleep — Betterest — Etc. { ;j Agents for: Hillm...

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FROGMORE NEWS SUCCESSFUL CATHOLIC BALL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

syiiiiiiiKimiiiimiitiinim IFROGMORE NEWS! | (FROM OUR SPECIAL COjfiESPONDENT) | nJllllllllllllt4l|l|llllllllfc4lfllllllllli'''H SUCCESSFUL CATHOLIC BALL i ! The annual Catholic Ball at Frogmore was ushered in by a pleasantly warm, starr spangled night. This, com bined with a good crowd, willing helpers and good dancing conditions to make it a quite successful event. Door takings, donations and a competition brought in £68 and after much ex pense left a profit of approx imately £45. I The joint. secretaries, I Messrs. P. IJohnes and G. Carmody, expressed their pleasure with the ball in gen eral and were greatly ap preciative of the excellent work of the ladies and of the willing' help given by so many in preparing the ball and during the night. The hall lights failed early | in the night and local resi j dents freely (and fortuuaie jly) came forward with their own private lanterns. Not quite as large a crowd [alteuded as at last year's ball jbut there were this time more decorations ...

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'WILL REGAIN HUME,' SAYS FULLER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

SAYS FULLER 'This election never came ft day too soon for the people to pass judgement on the Menzies-Fadden Gov ernment. They have headed the Nation for complete economic chaos. They have violated almost every prom ise made to the Australian electors,' said Mr. Arthur Fuller, Labour candidate for Hume, before leaving Tumut'last Monday to gear up his organisation for the forthcoming Federal election. 'If inflation -is not- halted, ' said Mr. Puller, 'the Australian economy must disintegrate into a catastrophic depression. The policy of the Menzies-Fadden Govern ment appears to be along the lines of allowing inflation ,to go unhalted until the stage is- reached when a policy of deflation would be implemented, with a view to low ering living standards, creating a pool of unemployment and imposing a form of industrial discipline.' 'In 1949 the Government was elected primarily on their promise to restore val ue to tlie pound and because of a couceutration upon women's votes. Remember th...

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GRIFFITH COME LEFT HOLDING THE BABY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

GRIFFITH COUPLE LEFT HOLDING Til BABY A generous Griffith couple have been left 'holding the baby' — literally, says the 'Area News.' It all began when a har assed young ijsau stepped off the Temora Mail carrying a bouuy boy of four months, and a suitcase filled with baby clothes. He confided to railway of ficials that his wife had left him. He said he would work in Griffith, if he could find somewhere to place the child. Officials were touched. A whip round provided a bottle for the baby and the price of a hotel room for the father. At the Victoria Hotel, members of the staff again fed the baby and bathed him. Railwaymen dipped into their pockets to help the father carry out his express ed intention of placing the boy in a Goulburu Orphan age. He had been advised to take the baby to Goulburn after efforts to place the baby with a local organisa tion had failed. A Griffith couple generous. Jy offered to care for the baby. The man left Griffith by train on the following morn ing and ...

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RAT PLAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

^ll*l|||||#|||IMMI|lillltlll*l^ I RAT PLAGUE j '. RATS have assumed plague ; ? proportions, both in the \ ? busine«s centre and res!- I j dential . areas of Boorowa. ? I Whilst some people are j I doing their best to cope ; ; with the vermin by trapp- ; ? ing and poisoning, 'others ? ; are pot ? pulling their ; ; weight. It would be in the ; '. interests of the community \ ? for the Health Inspector , : ? through the Shire Council, ? ; to organise a blitz. ? \ MICE are also making ; I their presence felt in large! ? numbers. / * ?...........^. ? .....,;

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

TOWN TALK Miss Beth Swayne, the elder daughter b£ Mr. and Mrs. J, B.. Swayne, of Boor owa, formerly of Murrum burrah, expects' to return from abroad about next Aug ust. Beth has been having a wonderful time ? in Europe, having been sent first to Russia, and then to Geneva, with: tiie Department of Ex ternal Affairs. She has been doing quite a lot of travelling on the side, and will have some interesting stories to tell -when she returns. ? * * . Mr. aud Mrs. R, V. Flan nery, of Boorowa, visited Goulburn at the week-end. Their daughter Kathleen, Avho is a trainee at St. Vin cent 's Hospital, Sydney, also spent the week-end there. * * . * Miss Marie Ryan,' of Syd ney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Ryan, of Boorowa, and former ex-studeni of O.L.M.C., Goulburu, spent the Easter week at Goul burn. *? * * After five years at Young as assistant to the Parish Priest, Rev. Fr. J. Downey has been transferred to1 Bega. * * * Francis, son of Mr. aud Mrs. John Fa hey, of 'Car- amba,'' Young' Ro...

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

FROGMORE PROGRESS ASSOCIATION QUARTERLY MEETING ALL MEMBERS of the Frog more Progress Association are invited to the Quarterly Meeting to be held in the Frogmorc Public Hall on MONDAY, 2nd APRIL, at 8 p.m. sharp. Business : General. A. G. CHUDLE1GH, Hon. Secretary. WWVyWVVAVWWVVVWVV COMMON TRUST REQUEST The Young P.P. Board has requested the Common Trust to provide a slock camping area on part of the Common ground at present kept for use by the Shire. The Trust are consequent ly asking the District Sur veyor to have a man from Young P.P. Board interview them re this matter.

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

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

NOTICE     MURPHY BROTHERS desire to notify their Customers and the Public generally that they have disposed of their business to D. M. and A. D. CRAWFORD as from 1st April, 1951. In relinquishing business, we sincerely thank our Customers for their valued support and assist- ance during the many years that we have con-   ducted the business and we ask that you extend   that same support and assistance to our success- ors.  

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

NOTICE ANY PERSON found TRES- PASSING on "GUVESNE" property will be Prosecuted (Signed) T. J. O'CONNOR.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

IN MEMORIUM NOAKES.— In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, James, who departed this life 28th March, 1948. The golden gate stood open,   On that sad, unhappy day, With farewells left unspoken Dear Dad you passed away. Inserted by his loving wife, son Charles, and daughter-in-   law Mona; also grandsons Max, Clarrie and Les.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

Notice To Trespassers ANY PERSON found removing Wood, Hunting, Shooting or otherwise Trespassing without   authority on "SPRINGFIELD,"   will be prosecuted.   Estate Late E. G. SPICER.   "Springfield," Boorowa. Notice To Trespassers ANY PERSON found Hunting, taking Bees' Nests or Trespass- ing on "NARRA ALLAN," with out permission, will be prose- cuted. H. C. STEVENSON & CO.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

NOTICE A REWARD of £100 is offered   to person giving information leading to prosecution of Sheep Stealers on "Guvesne"     property.— (Signed) T. J.   O'CONNOR.

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