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BOOROWA DISTRICT SATURDAY TENNIS COMPETITION First Round Commences To-morrow (Saturday) [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

BOOROWA DISTRICT' SATURDAY KNNIS COMPETITION First Round Commences To-morrow (Saturday) Play in the first round of the Boorowa District Sat urday Tennis Competition commences to-morrow (Sat urday) when eight teams will participate. Frogmore has decided to fill 4-Vin *rnj*an/iir tguepH VlV t.VlP odd number of teams .competing, thus eliminating a bye, and keen competition is certain during the competition. Secretaries of the various Clubs are requested to for ward the results of matches played for publication in these columns not later than Tuesday of each week. DRAW FOR FIRST ROUND The draw for the first round is as follows (the home match being mentioned first in each instance): April 21st: Bala v. Rugby Aces. Numby v. Kangiara. Rugby Hurricanes v. Rye Park R.P. Welcome v. Frogmore. April 28th: Rugby Aces v. Numby. Kangiara v. Rugby Hurricanes Rye Park v. R.P. Welcome. Frogmore v. Bala. May 5th: Bala v. Kangiara. Numby v. Rye Park. R:P. Welcome v. Rugby Aces. R. Hurricanes v. Frogmo...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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ABOUT PEOPLE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

ABOUT PEOPLE Rev. C. H. Buttsworth, who was recently transferr ed from the Bathurst to Boorowa circuit had, as his first duty at the Rye Pak Methodist Chuch on Sunday last, the dedication of a new organ presented to the _t ? I_ !__? 1U~*»». A Y niv(nn cnurcu vy i«.i.o. .».? «»'»'' in memory of her late hus bandi Mr. John . Lawton. Mrs. Lawton was present for the ceremony. Rev. Buttsworth said it was a fine gesture on Mrs. Law ton's parti and a . worthy memorial. On, behalf of the church he offered hjs heart felt thanks. A great many former Rye Park residents were visitors to the Show. Our former Presi dent, Mr. E. R. Armour, who recently resigned on his depart ure to Robertson, Mrs. Armour and daughter Bonita, returned for the event.' . Five sisters who have not all been together for a long time were Mrs. Minahan, of Rand wick, Mrs. Quinn, of Croydon. Mrs. Len Carmody and Mesdam es Tteg and Lionel Daly. They all attended the Show arid had a happy time together. A fountain pen which ...

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RYE PARK JUBILEE SHOW AWARDS (Continued from Page 2) [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

RY£ PARK ? t AWABiS ? f (Continued from Page 2f Best-made Child's Dress: Mrs G. Silk and Mrs. Les Mills di vide. Best-made Boy's Pants: Mrs. Les Mills. Best Piece of Fancywork, by school child: Esma Waters. Best Starched and Ironed Tablecloth: Mrs. R. D. South well. Best Ironed Shirt: Mrs. J. Moore. Best Starched and Ironed Men's Collars: Mrs. P. Carmody Best-dressed Doll: Judith Mills.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

-Here's good news indeed if your eyes are troubling you! - Gibb & Beeman's Travelling Consulting Room is coining your way .and you ttave this splendid opportunity of having your eyes tested by skilled refractionists using the finest of modern equipment. Glasses will only be recommended if you really need them. --j,, s-f ?''??.. #®^ YOUR Wai... fiiuf and Beeman's famous eye service Next visit or Travelling Consulting ftconi: - BOOROWA: Royal Standard Hotel, SATURDAY, 28th APRIL. Appointments may be made with Mr. J. Thomas, Chemist. YOUNG: Royal. Hotel, MON., 30th April; TUES., 1st May. Ap pointments may be made with MrTW. T. Gilbert, Newsagent. HARDEN: Carrington Hotel, WED., 2nd MAY. Appointments may' be made with D. J. McNamara, Chemist. Box 10, Harden. A J. BEEMAN — A. S. SKELLETT — Optometrists. X& -A- BBIT S 2/6 PAIR ? ? Ring F. COOK Young Telephone YOUNG 687 , ?vra; ^**fe' TCft J^.' ^T*9 ^T^H ^T^fe A %*M Xi -ok. %**0 ^*r %-^F White Heather Fine Cut Flake . . . ....

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LONG WAY ROUND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

LONG WAY ROUND An Orange resident who want ed some seedless raisins for her small son tried to buy some lo cally. She couldn't get them so she wrote to her mother in Canada, asking her to send some out. The raisins duly ar inved. On the label: 'Grown in Australia.'

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ARDUOUS TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

ARDUOUS TRIP Australia's only overlanding girl boss drover, Edna Ziggen bine, 24, will take a mob of cattle almost half-way across Australia this year. She will lift the mob of 1200 cattle from Banka Banka station, Northern Territory, overland to Winton, in Queensland — more than 1000 miles. The trip probably will take four or five months.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

GEORGE BASS Having completed two successful voyages with Matthew Flinders, George Bass, former ship's surgeon, was given command of an open whaleboat and a crew of six to explore the coast of New South Wales south of Sydney. *? He left Tort Jackson in December, 1797, and followed the coast southward, completing the detail omitted from Cook's chart and charting about 300 miles of new coastline. Rounding the south-east 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 Dieman'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. . On the occasion of the Jubilee of the Commonwealth of Australia, the Bank of New South Wales — Australia's pioneer Bank — honours the explorers who opened the way for the development of this great ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

HAIR STYLIST ' PATRICIA SHEPHERD COURT STREET, BOOROWA. FOR ALL T¥PJ3S| OP '' » PERMANENT WAVING AND ' LATEST fJAlR STYLES. Phone 18. LADIES! ~^~ ' BE AT YOUR BEST ALWAYS WITH A NEW PERM. O'HaraV Hairdressing Salon Phone 60 For Appointment. Rabbiters! Graziers ! NOW AVAILABLE CHALKER'S RABBIT, * DECOY THE DECOY that give, you 100 per cent. Kill — the greatest 'Attractor' ever made! 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. Noncfe fcNY PERSON found TRES PASSING * on 'GUVESNE' property will be Prosecuted (Signed) T. J. O'CONNOR. Truck Owners! Your 825 x 20 Tyres Recapped Now BY AUTO RETREADS, LoveH Street, YOUNG QUICK SERVICE — ALL WORK GUARANTEED. AUTO RETREADS, OF YOUNG 'Phone 626. NEAR MILL SILOS 'Phone 626. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. C. HATTI wishes to notify the Publi...

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ON THE LINKS. GOLFERS RAPIDLY REGAINING FORM [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

ON THE LINKS. \ . GOLFERS RAPIDLY (BY 'CADDIE.') Last week-end a large number of golfers partici pated in the various events on the local links and» judg ing by cards returned, the players are rapidly regain ing last year's form. An is Holes KtroKe Handicap staged on Saturday resulted in wins for Dick Ryan (A. Grade) and Allan Woodbridge (B Grade). The Par Handicap event competed for on Sunday resulted in ..Harold Thompson winning the A Grade and Lloyd Mason the B Grade. The results were:— PAR HANDICAP 'A' Grade. H. Thompson, 4 up. R. C. Sullivan, square. A. A. Bobbin, 1 down. R. Ryan, 2 down. R. ,E. Lindsay, 3 down. D. Brown, 3 down. H. L. McDonald, 6 down. B. G. Bobbin, 6 down. A. F. Wood, 6 down. F. McCafie, 8 down. K. Bull, 9 down. H. O'Hehir, no card returned. 'B' Grade. L. Mason, square. M. B. McMahon, 1 down. P. A. Sheridan, 1 down. C. Glover, 1 down. E. W. Sams, 2 down. V. Young, 2 down. W. Curtis, 3 down. T. McGrath, 7 down. A. Woodbridge, 8 down. A. Pritchard, 8 down. T. C...

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"INFLATION NOT THE ONLY ISSUE AT THIS ELECTION" MEMBER FOR HUME HITS AT LABOR TACTICS Charles Anderson Opens Campaign In Boorowa District [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

'INFLATION NOT THE ONLY ISSUE AT THIS ELECTIflr MEMBER FOR HUME HITS ArUBOft- TACTICS Charles Anderson Opens Campaign In Boorowa District 'Labour has tried to make inflation the one issue in these elections — inflation, or as they put it, value back into the pound. This is the outcome of their last 15 months of strenuous and deliberate wrecking,' declared the Member for Hume, Lieut.-Col. Charles Anderson, at a representative meeting held at the Guild Hall, Boorowa, last week, when he outlined hi6 policy for the Federal election to be held on Saturday, April 28. Mr. Walter Thompson, introducing Mr. Anderson, spoke of the high regard in which Mr. Anderson is held in the Hume Electorate and to the attention he has paid to his electorate since entering the Federal Parliament 18 months ago. His efforts on behalf of the electorate have been un tiring. Mr. Anderson, speaking to the meeting, briefly outlined the reason why the Government de cided to approach the Governor General and request...

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URGENT NEED FOR RURAL AUTOMATIC SWITCHBOARD Rumors That It May Not Be Installed FROGMORE PROGRESS ASSN TO PRESS CLAIMS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

URGENT NEED FOR RURM AUTOMATIC SWITCHBOARD Rumors That It May Not Be Installed FROGMORE PROGRESS ASSN TO PRESS CLAIMS Speaking at last week's ?* -meeting -of the Frogmore Progress Association, Mr. Max Holmes stated that he had heard from various sources that a new manual switchboard was to be in stalled at Frogmore Post Umce and that no rural au tomatic exchange, as prom ised, would be forthcoming. Mr. Harry O'Neill explained that he, himself, had been in formed of such, but 'I can't guarantee the authenticity of the statements.' . 'The people on party lines have been requested by the P.M.G. to remove their lines to prepare for the rural automatic exchange and most have paid their fees,' said the secretary, Mr. Allan Chudleigh. AH those present expressed their concern at the slowness with which the proposed ex :hange was materialising and ihe President, Mr. Frank Cass 5lls, remarked: 'We need to teep £he ball moving and keep it the Postal Dept. until we get vhat we rightly deserve.'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

RETURN THANKS THE BROTHERS and SISTERS of the late Mr. George Dorsett wish to convey their sincere thanks to all kind friends, relat- ives and neighbours for expres- sions of sympathy, floral trib- utes, cards, letters and telegrams in their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as their per- sonal thanks to all.

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FROGMORE GIRL WEDS Bridal Gown Of White Satin Chosen [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

FROGMORE GIRL WEDS Bridal Gown Of White   Satin Chosen   The Methodist Church, Boorowa, was chosen by Miss Dulcie Lorraine Rob- erts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Roberts, of 'As- canius,' Frogmore, for her picturesque wedding which created considerable country interest to Mr. John Mich- ael O'Malley, only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. O'Malley, of 'Ballyhooley,' Frogmore, Rev. A. T. Newton, of Boor- owa, performed the cere- mony, which was celebrated on February 6.     The church was beautifully decorated by the Methodist lad- ies. The bride looked charming as she entered the church on the arm of her father, who subse- quently gave her away. She wore a lovely gown of white satin made on modern classical lines with an embroidered neck- line and the skirt falling into a a sweeping train. Her full   length embroidered veil, loaned by her sister, Mrs. Ken Gay, was held in place with a coronet of miniature arum lilies, and h...

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

[?] Mrs. P. Kirk, of Marsden St., received the sad news of the death of her brother, Mr. Peter Murphy, who was found dead in bed at his residence at Condob- olin early on Monday morning. The deceased, who was not mar- ried, was 70 years of age. * * *     Members of the Boorowa branch of the C.W.A. are re minded that their usual meet ing will be held on Thursday afternoon next. The business of the meeting is the discussion of the agenda paper for the an nual Conference. -.» * - * Sister Marjorie Gruber, daugh- ter of Mrs. H. Gruber, of Queen Street, on the staff at the Ryde Soldiers' Memorial Hospital (Sydney), has been successful in securing her double nursing certificate. * * ? Lovers of dancing are remind ed that a Grand Ball will be held at Reid's Flat to-night (Friday) in aid of the Hall funds. Doug. Southwell's orchestra will pro vide the music and an excellent supper will be provided. * * ? We are pleased to learn that Mr. Percy Kirk, of Marsden St., ...

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DIAMOND WEDDING CELEBRATED BY MURRINGO COUPLE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

DAIMOND WEDDING CELEBRATED BY MURRINGO COUPLE About ninety well-wish- ers, including members of their large family, assembl- ed at 'Belowra,' Murringo, on April 8, to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. James Gorham Hall on attaining the 60th anniversary of their wedd- ing. The wedding of James Gor- don Hall to Ethel Lily Friend took place in the Methodist Church, Young, on 8th April, 1891. The officiating clergyman was Rev. Joseph Tarn. The bride was attended by Adelaide Friend and Abraham Hall carried out the duties of best man. Children of the union, Wil- liam (deceased), Jessie (de- ceased), Mary (Mrs. G. Cole- man (Sydney), James, Walter, Robert, Sidney, Thomas, Nor- man, Maria (deceased), Roy, Dave (Punchbowl), Clem (Peter- sham). There are 53 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. James Gorham Hall was born on 28th June, 1869, at Kenny's Creek, Boorowa. Ethel Lily Friend (Mrs. J. G. Hall) was born at Wambanum- ba on 10th February, 1875. During the festive celebra- tions Mr. Norman H...

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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

TOWN TALK A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McMahon, af Marsden Street, last Tuesday night at the Mater Maternity Private Hospital, North Sydney. Nurse Elva Shea, of the Boor- owa District Hospital staff, underwent a successful operation for appendicitis at that insti- tution last Wednesday. Anzac Day service will be held at the Boorowa Soldiers' Memorial next Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock. The usual re-union dinner of Return 2d Soldiers will be held at the Guild Hall at 1 p.m. Miss Mary O'Malley, of Syd ney, was a visitor to Boorowa for a few 'days during the week prior to her departure for Or ange and Parkes where she will spend holidays with relatives. A meeting of ladies interest ed in the conducting of the re freshment s.tall at football matches at Boorowa will be held at Jean's Cafe next Tuesday [light, at 8 o'clock.

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OBITUARY JOHN LESLIE CUMMINGS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 20 January 1951

OBITUARY   JOHN LESLIE CUMMINGS   As previously reported, the death occurred on Thursday, 5th April, at his late residence, "Glenbower," Narrawa, of John Leslie Cummings. The deceas- ed gentleman was 71 years of age and up to the time of his passing had been in quite good health. His death through a heart attack, was sudden and unexpected, and came as a great shock to relatives and friends. He was the son of the late John and Mary Cummings, and his late wife, who predeceased him by eleven years, was the daughter of the late John and Mary Jane Hudson, both famil- ies being old resident of the Narrawa district. Three sons — Leslie Owen, of "Reedy Corner," Warren; Ed- ward Ronald, Donald Anthong, and two daughters — Josephine Ethel and Margaret Mary, all of "Glenbower," Narrawa, are left to mourn the loss of a de- voted father. A sister, Ethel (Mrs. J. A. Hudson, Crookwell Junction) and two brothers, Francis, of Gurrundah, and Os- wald, also survive. The funer...

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