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

' PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Unreserved Clearing Sale BOOROWA, FRIDAY, 20th APRIL, 1951. Pitt, Son & Badgery (Branches) Pty. Ltd., actiug under instructions from MRS. K. NEEDHAM, will offer for sale by Public Auction, at the Shop situated at the corner of Brial and Court Streets, a large quantity of sundry articles. . Included in the numerous items are second-hand Fur niturty-Cavpentry and Gardening Tools, Ironmongery, Paints, Plumbing and Building Materials, Leather ami Harness, large Platform 'Avery'' Scales, quantity Steel Posts, Wire Xetting, Lucerne Cultivator, Plough, Pasture Renovator, Sheep Licks, Coarse Sail, eic. Also a number of Articles of CEDAR Furniture and an Iron SAFE. Full particulars will he advertised in later issue. PITT, SON & BADGERY (Branches) PTY. LTD., Auctioneers, Boorowa. WARREN BROS.' CIRCUS SHOWING BOOROWA Wednesday, 11th April Trapes Artist, Acrobats, Wire walkers, Jugglers, Performing Aijimalg and Monkeys, Clowns. Also featuring direct from Lo...

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

Australian Country Party JL. .JL. ,^juuil__ ? FRIDAY, 6th APRIL. ' TUESDAY, 10th APRIL. 2CA ? 6.15 p.m. 2CA ? 10.00 p.m. 2WG ? G.23 p.m. ^ ^ * * WEDNESDAY, 11th APRIL. SATURDAY, 7th APRIL. 2WG ? 6.23 p.m. nWr IT 10 am 2LF ? 8l45 pm -SWlj[ ? 11.10 a.m. ,,p . o err -«, 2CA ? 6.10 p.m. 'LA ? 8.5o p.m. * * * * MoxrnAV on. Tooir FRIDAY, 13th APRIL MONDAY, 9th APRIL. 2Wfi ' n.15 a.m. 2LF ? 10 . 55 p.m. 2 WG ? 6 . 13 p.m. 2CA ? 11.30 p.m.. 2CA ? 6. 15 p.m. 2WG ? 6.13 p.m. 2LF ? 9.30 p.m. Vote [1] ANDERSON, Charles Authorised by Ben Wenke, Campaign Director, Cootamundra.

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

^ — ^»i^^^— ? 1 ? ?? ? I I.I--— .1 I ??? 1 Highly Important Property Sale Choice Farming & Grazing Lands, also Town Property Account Estate Late John Hereward: -AT GUILD, HALL, BOOROWA, ON TUESDAY, 24th APRIL, 1951, AT 3 P.M. SHARP. Farming and Grazing Lands: 1. 'GLENMORE' HOMESTEAD BLOCK, 368 acres 1 rood 39& perches. Torrens Title Freehold. Situated about 2&' miles from Boorowa, en Cowra -Road. Excellent farming and grazing country, mostly cleared for cultivation. Large areas established with subterranean clover. Watered uy earth tanks. Subdivided into conveniently sized paddocks. Structurals consist cf Brick Dwelling, 2 Galvanised Iron Sheds, Sheep Dip and Yards. This block is at present sub ject to an annuity charge of £66/13/4 2. PADDOCK known as 'DONLAN'S,' being part o£ 'Glenmore,' but divided by lane. Area 80 acres 1 rood. Freehold. Sub ject consent Minister lor Lands. Excellent farming, and grazing country, all cleared fcr cultivation and established...

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

ADVERTISEMENT ^g^feiw Wk^' vw 1 THfd* AND 1 %m^ ^fft ? LABOR 15 1 ilijMft GUILTY 1 Tfee Labor Party is on trial at these elections for ^^m**SK**m-~ m acting against the Nation's interests, and the people of Australia are the jury. HERE ARE THE DAMNING CHARGES WHICH LABOR CAN'T DENY— ? If YOU, the Labor Party, deliberately i o thwarted the will of the people of Australia by rejecting legislation which they expressly approved by electing the Menzies Fadden Government in December, 1949. 2 You have protected the Communists by ? delaying and opposing legislation designed to rid Australia of their evil influence. 3 By your obstruction, you have prevented ? a full-scale assault on the problems of living costs, industrial disruption and defence. 4 You have delayed urgent defence pre « parations by holding up the National Service Bill, refusing to co-operate in the recruit ing campaign and encouraging industrial lawless ness at a time of national crisis. 5 At the dictation of an outside body...

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

GENUINE CLEARING SALE WEDNESDAY, 11th APRIL, 1951 'ALLENDALE' (THREE MILES COWRA ROAD) — AT 130 P.M. PITT, SON & BADGERY (Branches) PTY. LTD., acting under instructions from MR. H A. CRAWFORD, will offer the under mentioned STOCK, FURNITURE, ETC.: SHEEP: 900 MERINO EWES, 4 & 5 yrs.. old, shorn Sept., joined to Pooginook Rams 5th March. Excellent condition. 370 MERINO EWES, 2 years, l mark, shorn Sept., joined to Pcoginook Ranis 5th March. Excellent condition. ? 300 MERINO WETHERS, 2 yrs. old, Sept, shorn, not l mark, same type and quality. Good condition 340 MERINO MIXED SEXES, to be drafted, well grown at tractive youiig sheep. 500 MERINO MIXED SEX WEANERS, good condition. 22 MERINO RAMS, 3 and 4 yrs. old, pure Pooginook bred rams; high class sires. All the above sheep, with tire exception of a few, were care fully bred by Mr, Crawford and show plenty of quality. All the sheep were shorn September, and dipped. CATTLE;— 2 COWS, young and good 1 COW and CALF. 2 HEIFER...

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

SPECIAL NOTICE PIANO TUNING BOOROWA and all Surrounding Districts. R. H. WOOD, of R. H. WOOD and CO., 36 Lenthaff Street, Kensington, Sydney; Est. 30 years, will be visiting the above shortly. Pajiqgs, Beales, and All Makes of Pianos. Tuning Fee, £2/2/-. Phone Boorowa 20, or write R. H. WOOD, c/o Boorowa News. From ' Bystander' in the Lith gow Mercury: — Maggcts in the milk And mud in the water, The roads are in a mess, The coal supply is shorter; It's raining all the time, The fleas are here in force, Fn sooth, it's time we left this clime— But we can't by train, of course .

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

doodl mixing, but— No matter how well you carry out the actual mixing of a recipe, results won't be good unless the ingredients are right. For success in all baking — scones, cakes, biscuits, pastries, etc., Aunt Mary's Baking Powder is ^ISpiSp^Sfefc. you can be sure of good results every ^^^^^^^^S * MARY'S iMf - BAKING POWDER^siS^ Ask for all Aunt Mary'i Pure Food Producti OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS, ' * i|J. B. & R. Burgess ; I . ! ? r.i-.o., M.I.O., ! ! \\ Of 67 Oastlereagh Street, Sydney. 4 1 1 We Have Visited Boorowa Regularly for Over ° Thirty Ypars ] ' 1 You may be coufideut of the Skill, Care and Expert * ' y Attention when consulting Mr. Burgess, who will '' personally attend to you. J ' NEXT VISIT TO BOOROWA: - 1 ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL, SATURDAY, 7th APRIL; - , '' i: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. i- /♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦?» [

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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POINTS WHICH HELP TO AVOID SKIDS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

imKmmm- Safe and rational driv ing habits must be culti-, vated where tliere in dan ger «-f skidding. 13ie car muBt be in good adjust ment. Brakes must be even and not grabbing; pedal pressure steady, not sudden. Locked rear wheels have no sense of direction, and usually slide sideways. Locked front wheels act likewise regardless of steering wheel angling. Most - braking systems are fully ad justable to obtain even 'wheel adhesion. Rear wheels tend to lock before front ones, due to forward weight transference. Dry, stiff springs are held by some authorities to promote skidding, since supple and lively springs give the tyres a better chance of maintaining continu ous rolling contact with the road surface. . Shock absorbers prevent undue lurching of the car on its spring base, but if they are over-hard in action the springing is stiffs ened. Over-inflation of the tyres, smooth, worn treads, and un-balanced pressures (low on one side) are recognised causes -3£ skidding. Do not follow i...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED CORONER'S FINDING INTO DEATH OF YOUNG GIRL JOY LORRAINE WILLIS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED CORONER'S FINDING INTO DEATH OF YOUNG GIRL JOY LORRAINE WILLIS The District Coroner (Mr. A. P. Webb), gave a verdict of accidentally drowned at the inquiry held into the death of Joy Lorraine Wjillis, at the Boorowa Court House last Tuesday morning. He expressed his deep I est sympathy with the be reaved parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brian Willis, of Mar ket Street, and thanked the Boorowa Police for their assistance. THE EVIDENCE Bernard Francis Willis, rail way employee, residing at Market Street/ boorowa, stated I that the deceased was his daugh | ter, age six years, and was born j at Boorowa. Her life was not insured^ At about 2.45 p.m. on Jamiary 26, 1951, he went to a market garden with his sou and family and whilst my son and I were working in the garden, at Dwyer's paddock, ou the Young road, the children were playing about the garden. Later in the afternoon he missed Joy; he thought it was about 5.15 p.m. With my son Bill, we weut to a shed for a drink of water...

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

ji L^jO^ Good News for ?? j! ^Bl^^^' volt All-Dry Battery Operated j' ', ^^ Radio that needs no recharging, no '' ;? battery replacements for months and months. !; Ji This- wonderful new months) from each set ol ?! ij 'H.M.V.' Jconsole radio dry batteries. And the ?[ ? | gives clear reception, special 'H.M.V.' Economy Ir Ji world range . . . without Switch reduces operating j! j! the constant bother of costs to less than a penny ?) ? [ having heavy batteries re- an hour. I1 f- charged. Enthuuiastic Another Distance Ceiicr! J1 J i owners say they are getting 'His Master's Voice' Table J ? ?I over 1000 hours listening Model C21A All-Dry Daitery !' l\ time (approximately 4 RPTlw R^io- ? 5 vnJnt? I' ? ' t ? * « Dual Wave, 36 guineas 10/0 :? ,; hours a day for 9 extra in W.A. ). \\ j j See and hear these new models. We tcill gladly demount i ate. * ', |i WIIIS MASTER'S VOICE' j: Jl ACCREDITED RETAILERS ?' I E. A. DOWSE ij ? I MARSDEN STREET, B00R0WA. \\ I A. C. Y.OUNG HIDES, SKINS AND WO...

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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

.'?? ''C£ k-* ??' ;-'S;t:-4i»w^Efe'-'??7v;^t- jGMJRibH *-£ SNGUAjNiDii tguiM^, A|-rip8: j3pflK#Bj 8^;n^,f|Iumngo 31^a.ih^ TaiaginaagarbO 3 p^- (An nual Jleetingj ; Boorowa 7.30 p.m. Sunday, April 16: Bqorowa 8 ath., Rye Pane ll'a.mv Frog more 3 p.m., Boorowa f. 30 p.ni. A. A. Smith, B.A., Rector.

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BOWLS BOWLER-WEEDEN WINS PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

B O WLS BOWLER-WEEDEN WINS PAIRS CHAMPIONSHIP On Saturday the final of the Pairs Championship was played. F. Wright substituted in place of O. Stuart, who was unavoidably absent, and part nered Rev. Newton against E. Bowler and C Weeden. Play in the early stages was evening contested, the scores being ^-all aftet ? eight end*. At afternoon tea, Bowler-Weeden led 9-6 for eleven ends played, but on resumption WrightNew ton, with a 2 and 4, took the lead 12-9. Bowler-Weeden even ed at 12 and then scored a 5 on the 16th end, and even scor-. ing over the next five ends gave Bowler-Weeden the victory 20-15. Congratulations, Ted and Charlie.

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

Methodist church. Sunday, 8th April : ltye Park 3 p.m., Mr. C. Veuess; . Boorowa 7 . 30 p.in., Mr. C. Southwell Sunday, April 15: Frogmore 11 a.m., Rye Park 3 pin.., Boor-, owa 7.30 p.m., Rev. Charles Buttsworthh. Rev. C. H. Battsworth, Minister.

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CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

3ATHOL1C CHURCH Sunday, April 8: Boorowa 8 am, and 10 a.m., Frog more 8 a.m., Rugby 10 a.m., Murringo 10 a.m. Sunday, April 15: Boorowa, 8 a.m aria 10 a.m., Reid's- Flat 8 a,in., Hovell'a Creek 10 a.m., Murringo 8 a.m. F. E. E. Sheehan, P P.

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BOOROWA RIFLE CLUB PRACTICE ON SUNDAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

BOOROWA RIFLE CLUB PRACTICE ON SUNDAY Member^ (past aud present) and intending members of the Boorowa Rifle Club are re minded that practice will be re sumed on the local range as from Sunday next, 8th April, and will commence at 2 p.m. It is to be ooped a good attendance . will be present and that regular attendance will make for the proficiency experience by this Club in past years.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Sunday, April 22: Boor owa 3 p.m.

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SUCCESSFUL RACE MEETING FOR BOOROWA AMBULANCE Proceeds Amount To Over £200 VISITING LADY RIDES THREE WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

BOOROWA AMBULANCE Proceeds Amount To €Ver£200 VISITING LADY RIDES THREE WINNERS Success attended the ef forts of the organisers of the unregistered race meet ing held. in aid of Boorowa District Ambulance, at the Boorowa Racecourse on Easter Saturday. Delightful weather con ditions prevailed and a good crowd attended and witness ed some good rating.- Nett proceeds amounted to over £200 and it is expected that a handsome profit will re sult from the effort. Good fields contested the events and close finishes were the order of the afternoon. The main event, the Ambulance Handicap, which attracted a field of four runners, went to the Canberra trained horse, Blaze, ridden by Mrs. . B. Llewellyn, who was -successful in winning three events of the programme from as many rides. The officials carried out their duties in a very satisfactoy manner, but to the promptors, Messrs- P. M.-Byan and H. S. Smith, and~'the secretary (Mr. A. P. Webb) must. go the bulk of the credit for the success of t...

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

Truck Owners! Your 825 x 20 Tyres Recapped Now ? i BY, AUTO RETREADS, brill Street, YOUNG QUICK SERVICE — ALL WORK GUARANTEED. AUTO RETREADS, OF YOUNG 'Phone 626. NEAR MILL SILOS 'Phone 626. GEORGE BASS Having completed two successful voyages with Matthew Flinders, George Bass, former ship's - surgeon, was given command of an open whalcboat and a crew of six to explore the coast of New South Wales south of Sydney. ' I-Je left Port Jaekson in December, 1797, mid followed the coast southward, completing the detail omitted from Cook's chart and charting about 300 miles of new coastline. Rounding the south-cast corner of the continent, he sailed into Western Port. ? His study of the currents, winds and tides, in this new area prompted him to suggest that Van Diction's Land, .as Tasmania was then known, was separated from the mainland by the strait which now bears his name. His last exploratory voyage, once again in company with Flinders, was to chart the coastline of Van Dieman's Land. ...

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

£ ? ?????? ? « ? * » ? ? ? ? - ? ? ? ? » ? ?? *?.?*? p* ; : Shires ^t ? -??--' „????? . ;-? ????'. 5 : ; THERE is sound psych- f ; ology in the Gundagai Shire : t Council's bushflre warnings | ! along the Huine 'Highway. ? I They read: I ? 0 Gundagai Shire— bury 1 i ? your fire. . ? ; ^ Matches — a start on the I Z way to blazes. ? : ^ Kill your fire— then I ; bury it. ? I Other shires ' would do I ? well to follow suit. The j ; warnings cannot be instill- : J ed into the mind (especial- : ? ly of ejty people) too -of- ? ? ten, ? ?;*???????????????«?? ?????????????

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

SAVE TIME and Money. For ninepence per line you can cover Boorowa and district with a single Advt. Try it— It will pay you.

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