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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

ABOUT PEOPLE A gift evening will be tendered to Miss Poppy Pat- on at the Frogmore Public Hall on Thursday uight next prior to her marriage to Mr. Ernest Dockett, of Frog- more. At the Burraugong Hos- pital at Young on Monday, 12th March, a 6lb. 14 oz. baby daughter was born to Mrs. Noel Armstrong. She   will be a little playmate for Beverley. Mr. and Mrs. K. Gay and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Roberts returned last week after a delightful holiday on the South Coast. On Wednesday, Mr. John Jones returned to Gundagai after spending an. enjoyable week as the guest of Mr. Laurie O 'Neill and his moth er. John is at present in the employ of a chemist and intends to follow a chemistry course at Sydney University   next year. He was a school mate of Laurie O'Neill when both attended St. Patrick's College at Goulburn. Mr. and Mrs. Kev. Croker returned on Good Friday from Sydney, where they spent almost a fortnight's holiday. Home from hospital and now looking well again is...

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

YOUNG WEDDING Nuptial Mass was celebrat- ed at St. Mary's Church, Young, on March 17, by Rev. Fr. J. Downey, assisted by Very Rev. Dean A. Deegan, at the marriage of Gemma Carol, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Powderly, of Young, to James Des- mond, second son of Mr. P. Nolan, of Belcoo, Northern Ireland. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nolan are well-known at Boorowa. The bride is a sis- ter to Mr. Bruce Powderly, who acted as best man at the wedding.

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

OBITUARY MR. JAMES ROLFE   After a very short illness, Mr. James Rolfe, of "Illy- ria," Boorowa, passed away   very suddenly at the Orange Base Hospital on February 19th, at the age of 74 years. He was well known, had al- ways moved in a wide var- iety of circles and his pass- ing has deprived the district of yet another of its color- ful personalities. He was born at "Gold Creek," Queanbeyan, and was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Rolfe, and one of a pioneering family of four- teen, and spent most of his younger days there until the acquisition by the Common- wealth Government of his property for the Australian Capital Territory. He then moved to the Boorowa dis- trict in 1917 where he resid- ed until his death. His interests had always been focussed on the land and he was a particularly good judge of horses. In his younger days he had a very large measure of suc- cess with Show horses in South Australia and Tas- mania as well as this State. The decea...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FOUR GENERATIONS AT WEDDING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 30 March 1951

FOUR GENERATIONS AT WEDDING Florence Wilma Mew- burn represented the fourth generation present at her wedding recently, when, she married Hilton John Blackett at St. Sav- iour's Cathedral, Goul- burn. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.   Mewburn, of "Silverwood," Rugby, and the bridegroom the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Blackett, of Vic- toria St., Goulburn. Rev. H. S. Brown, of Bo- dala, formerly of Boorowa, a friend of the family, came to officiate at the ceremony. The bridal gown, a model of embossed satin, was drap- ed off-the-shoulder style, a draped hipline and full cir- cular skirt, forming a long train. A halo of fresh flow- ers held the long tulle veil, and the boquet of frangipan- ni, tuberoses with a touch of pink gladioli. The bride added three strings of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. Attending the bride were her sisters Madge and Mary, frocked in pale pink tulle trimmed with lace over satin, also in off-the-shoulder style, and with ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

COR SALE: New 1951 model 3i h.p. O.H.V. A.J.S. Motor Cycle. Telescopic Forks, Hy draulic Rear Springs. Priced at £253. See it at The Wynall Cycle Depot, 17 Pudman St. PRINTED and published by ? Gregory Grey O'Hara, Pro prietor, of 41 Marsden Street, Booowa, at the 'Boorowa News' Printer}', 2 Pudman St., Boorowa. EMPIRE THEATRE RESERVATIONS . . ... AT WEEDEN'S STORE — OR 'PHONE 72. ' THIS SATURDAY, 7th APRIL. 'Under Capricorn' The Iugrid Bergman picture you've beeii reading about. ? The first dramatic epic of Australia in Techni colour. Starring Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Gotten and Michael Wilding. Supported by ... 'Pitfall' Starring Dick Powell and Lizabeth Scott. Fox Australian News and Shorts. ? ?NEXT WEDNESDAY, 11th APRIL. 'Bitter Springs' A living, vital adventure in the heart of Australia. Starring Tommy Trindfr. Chips Rafferty, Michael Pate, Gordon Jacakson and Charles Tingwell. Supported by . . 'Forgotten Women' A drama featuring Elyse Knox, Edward Norris and Robert Shayue. Fox ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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REID'S FLAT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

REID'S FLAT NEWS PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT Mrs. ? and Miss McMeekin, of ''Eurini'bu'rra,' ' have returned home after a very enjoyable fort night in the city over the Royal Show period. * * * 'Scrooge'' Ford is home again after living in Crookwell with his uncle for some years. * ? * Mrs. Ray Mitchell, of Cowra, accompanied by iier son Phillip, are spending an 'extended holi day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ford. Karen done re-i lieving duties at the Reid's Flat Post Office over the Easter hol idays. Before her marriage she was employed as switch girl and office assistant at the local Pest Office for* almost four years. ? » * Mr. C. J. Lowe has returned to stay with his daughter, Mrs. Patricia Chudleigh, of 'Bun-. ueeiict, a ner a jenKiuy visit wj his home at Randwick. Mr. and Mrs, L. W. Wilson and Mary, accompanied by Eric Beer, Robert Hclmes and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Taylor, spent a most enjoyable Easter at Kat oomba, the Blue Mountains, Lithgow and Bathurst. They a.U tended the mot...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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MODEL AIRCRAFT AT RYE PARK SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

MODE AIRCRAFT AT RYE PARK SHOW A very interesting exhibi tion of Model Aeroplanes is expected to be available for the Rye Park Show on Sat urday, April 14 Severa] planes are expected, two with working diesel ? eng ines, which are capable of f very high speeds in relation to their size. If weather and other con ditions are favourable the Planes will be seen in flight at about 3 p.m. Donald Southwell, of Manly, who is the exhibitor, has made a study of this type of hobby for several years in the Air League, and is bringing them to Rye Park as a noncompetit ive entry for the Show. Don 't forget — rifle practice will be resumed on the local range next Sunday afternoon.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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HAPPILY MARRIED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

HAPPILY MAflRIED ' Your wife must be a remark able woman; married 20 years and you still call her 'Angel.' ' ' 'Yeah ! She's always up in the air, cdnstantly harping ou something or other, and never has a darned thing to wear.'

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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BINALONG MAN'S DEATH DUST OBSCURED DRIVER'S VISION [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

BINALONG MAN'S DEATH DUST OBSCURED DRIVER'S VISION Mr. E. A. Hickey, Yass District Coroner, who con ducted an inquiry at Yass Court House into the death of Thomas Edward Castles found that deceased died at Yass District Hospital on March 24 from injuries accidentally received on March 22 when he was knocked down by a motor car on the BinalongHard en road. William Douglas Walker, de signing engineer, Bexley North, said that at about 9.30 p.m. on March 22 he was driving his car along the Harden road about one mile out of Binalong to wards Harden at a speed of 30n 35 miles an hour. Witness was following another car about 100 yards ahead, and the road was very dusty. The car lights were on the low beam, and witness suddenly saw a man. with his back towards him loom out of the dust about 20 feet in front of the car. The man was about five or six feet from the edge of the road, and witness swerv ed the car to the right 10 avoid him. The man was struck by the near side mudguard. Witness pu...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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C.W.A MEETS Three Members Farewelled [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

C.WA MEETS Three Members Farewelled In the absence of the President (Mrs. A. P. Webb) owing to illness, chair at last meeting of the Boorowa branch of the C.W.A. was taken by Mrs. S. J. O'Hara. The members decided to send three delegates to Con ference to be held in Sydney oh May 1. Delegates ap pointed were Mesdames Geary, Donaldson and Davey. The branch decided to co operate with the Land Cook ing Contest by conducting a local competition on April 21. Mesdames Gorham and Dowling are to be asked to aet as judges to tlie compe tition. Full details of the competition appear in an ad vertisement in to-day's is sue, i During the afternoon three members were farewelled, Mesdames Newiton\ .^Morgan and Franklin. Regre^SEas expressed at losing such loy-j al and- consistent -members. Each were presented, with a spEalL-tukeB M appreciation f#r* the splendid services they had rendered during their association with the branch.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

it SET of 5 SAUCEPANS * FRYING PANS * CAKE & SANDWICH TINS * SET of 5 CANISTERS + BILLY CANS * . it TEAPOTS * CASSEROLES . , r TT , __n ? . ? ir 3 and 5-Hole EGGr * STEAMERS POACHERS * PICNIC BILLIES * BISCUIT and CAKE + Large and Small MEAT * VEGETABLE STRAIN CADDIES. PRESSERS ERS * BREAD BINS * COLANDERS ?K mmu m.\& ^ gets KIDNEY SAUCE * BOILERS PANS ? MIXING BOWLS ALL FIRST-GRADE ALUMINIUM AT PRICES TO SUIT THE HOUSEWIFE NEIL 5. STRIBLEY GENERAL WINE AND SPIRITS MERCHANTS. Phone 7 BOOROWA. Box 7 llillliaBHBIBBIiailllBliaiBltEHBIlBaiHaBlBEGIIDDIBl

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Boorowa Golf Associates SEASON OPENS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

Boorowa Golf Associates SEASON OPENS The Boorowa Golf Asso ciates held their Opening Day on Wednesday, 4th April, in typical windy golfing weather. A 12 Hole Stroke event was held and the honors were carried off by Miss E. ,Sheil. At afternoon tea the Presi dent (Mrs. Dowling) in her opening speech, said she speci ally wished to welcome all new Associates and wished the Club a very successful golfing sea son. Last Sunday the Associates were guests at the Members' Opening Day and had a very enjoyable afternoon's golf. Next Wednesday, an 18 Holes Stroke and a Nine Holes Stroke event will be held.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

We carry the * latest styles in Shirts STRIBUY'lS

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BOWLS NEWS TEAMS FOR SUNDAY YASS v. BOOROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

BOWLS NEWS TEAMS FOR SUNDAY YASS v. BOOROWA. A team of four rinks will travel to Yass for a match against the local club on Sun day. The following rinks have been selected: — No. 1: F. Wright, H. McDon. aid, S. Bobbin. W. J. O'Sulli van. No. 2: J. Banks, W. Oxley, L. Williams, J. Thomas. No. 3: F. Clark, F. McCabe, E. Bowler, C, Weeden. No. 4: J. Whale. C. Gorham, H. Crawford, G. Clements. Players will travel as follows: Clements' Car: Whale, O'Sul livan, McCabe.' ? Crawford's Car: Williams, Bobbin, Clark, McDonald. Weeden's Car: Bowler, Banks. Thomas' Car: W. Oxley. BOOROWA v. GOULBURN , Two rinks of players from Goulburn will be visiting1' .the Boorowa green on Sunday and the following rinks will oppose them: No. 1: D. Perks, Dr. LeFevre, B Roberts, G. Greig. No. 2: A. Adams, W. Wilkin son. H. Waters, K. MacPher son.

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FROGMORE TOPICS. GIFT EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

FROGMORE . TOPICS .! ; From Our Correspondent ? GIFT EVENING On Saturday last a very pleas, ing gift evening was tendered Miss Betty O'Neill by the people of Frogmore. Quite a large crowd assembled prior to the arrival of the guest of honor who, upon entering the hall, was presented with a beau tiful shoulder spray by Miss Nancy Holmes. 'For They Are Jolly Good Fellows ' was sung by the as sembled crowd as Miss O'Neill and her fiancee walked into the hall. Miss O 'Neill Vore a very smart pink suit witli white trim mings. Personal greetings and best wishes were showered upon the couple and dancing and some social games were enjoyed until the presentation of gifts was niade on behalf of those present toy the chairman, Mr. Max Holmes. jjSWy^ Holmes said that Betty muSMfty; to school here, was knowSajLto oue and all and held hf fSe Wghe^st esteem. 'I wish our guests, a highly regard, ed, popular and ,-»^U-suited couple, the very* best,*-|j^ntin-r ued the chairman. '' Apologies were rece...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RYE PARK NEWS JUBILEE SHOW [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

RYE PARK NEWS JUBILEE SHOW The^ Rye Park Jubilee Show on the 14th inst. promises to be a great sucv cess in every way. and ar-' rangements are well in hand for same. ? Attention is drawn to the ad vertisement in to-day's issue re the additional items not shown in the schedule: Best Decorated Cake, Best Decorated Plate of Small Cakes and Daintiest Af ternoon Tea Tray Set for Two. Mr. Harold Wilson's bus will be coming from Boorowa and returning to Boorowa after the Show; then coming out for the Show Ball at night. . The- Dalton orchestra is en gaged, so patrons can be assur ed of a good night.

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND BALL SOCIAL EVENT OF THE DANCING SEASON [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

CHURCH OF ENGLAND BALL SOCIAL EVENT OF THE DANCING SEASON A social event of con siderable popularity is set down for April 20— the annual Church of England Ball, which is to be held in the Guild Hall. The eveut is always look ed forward to by patrons of dancing in Boorowa and dis trict, aud there is sur* to be a large crowd present. The committee, with Mrs. J. Riles as secretary, is working hard for the success of the func tion, and are anxious to es tablish a record this year. ' The programme consists of old-time and modern danc ing. Arrangements are well in baud, and patrons will 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 Kngs' or chestra, from Cowra, which are playing better than ever, and will include in tlie dance music all the la test, '...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CAR OVERTURNS NEAR SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

CAR OVERTURNS NEAR SCHOOL , Yet another accident has happened on the corner at the Boorowa turn-off in the village. A sedan car, travelling through from Sydney with three occupants, two ladies and a gent, failed to take the turn properly, skidded across the road, and overturned, finishing up with its wheels in the air. Fortunately , the occupants wfere,-^!ttrt ionly,i6S rsibrasiojis and a bad shaking. TfiTiris a bad corner, and several' cars have overturned here. After' a few adjustments to the car at the local garage, the party continued on their way.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LOCAL NURSE ACT, INTERPRETER A CORONER'S INQUIRY Drowning Of Young Ex-Ukranian Girl [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

LOCAL NURSE MT* INIERPRETCR k/ CORONER'S INQUIRY Drowning Of Young Ex-Dkranian Girl A nurse at the Bp9£ owa District Hospital acted as interpreter in Boorowa Court House last Tuesday morning when the Boorowa Cor oner (Mr. A. P. Webb) held an inquiry into the death of a young^Jkran ian girl, Walieri Cichan owska. who was cta^j^i perty r1fiSSwn''&'fi^l&s; Lagoons,' near Bina long. She was Miss Olga Duchanina, also of Uk ranian nationality, who interpreted the evidence for the dead girl's par ents in English.

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RUGBY LEAGUE FLASHES TWO QUEANBEYAN TEAMS VISITS BOOROWA FOR OPENING GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

JRUGBY LEAGUE! i FLASHES I TWO QUEANBEYAN TEAMS VISITS BOOROWA FOR OPENING GAMES Local fans were given their first serve for 1951 of Rug by League at the show ground last Sunday, when two teams from Queanbeyan met the local teams. Queanbeyan won both games, although tKe form shown by the local 'stars' augurs well for a successful season. Boorowa players will have their second game for the sea son on Sunday next when they will journey to Grenfell, hold ers of the Maher Cup^ Grenfell have many new. players this season from _-:ity first-grade clubs, and are considered an outstandiug team. It is under stood that several other new players to Boorowa will have their first run with the local team. Players are reminded that transport leaves the Cen tral Hotel at 9.45 a.m. sharp. TRAINING ESSENTIAL { Training takes place at the Recreation Ground every Tues-i day'and Friday nights and the coach (F. Dwyer) appeals to all intending players to get into condition, now and not leave it until just ...

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