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TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

TOWN TALK   A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Grig, of South St., at Boorowa district Hospital last week. Congratulations!   Miss Mena Sjiattery, of Mar ket Street, underwent a success ful operation fojf appendicitis at the Boorowa ^strict Hospital on Thursday ^morning. Her .Tiany friends.mjl be pleased to learn that shegjs progressing favourably. r^fp Miss C. J.ptj|plon, of ''Lang ley,' Kenyu %c$d, has returned home after aujenjoyable fort night's holiday/BpSydney as the guest of her'^teter, Mrs. F. Russell, of Drtt|bmoyiie. Prior to ' b^fe%eparture for Napromine, whSfe her husband has been transfjlred to as lines man on the ?'&$&£.'& department, Mrs. W. FranklaTwas entertain ed at the h6n||' of 'Mrs. R. Sullivan, of ^QMpi Street, by friends to afte$K-on tea and was presented ^?vith a small token of the- p|teem she was held by her||||Snbours. Mr. W. ^ayfijWiilanson, of Manly, arid,v|&||ierly manager of the Booroura ; bran...

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

OBITUARY MR. GEORGE DORSETT The death occurred suddenly   at the residence of Mrs. Mc- Meekin, "Eurimburra," Reid's Flat, last Wednesday week of a well-known and highly re- spected resident, Mr. George Dorsett, aged 62 years. The funeral took place at Reid's Flat. Further details will appear next issue. Boorowa had its first touch of winter to-day.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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OBITUARY MR. THOS. E. CASTLES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

OBITUARY MR. THOS. E. CASTLES Mr. Thomas Edward Castles, of Kiaroa, Binalong, who died in the Yass District Hospital from injuries received in a road accident near Binalong, was a railway fettler, 47 years of age. Deceased was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Castles and married Miss Agnes Gannon, who survives him. The funeral was conducted by Mr. B. J. Delaney from the R.C. Church, Binalong, to the Bina- long cemetery. Fr. P. J. Mur- ray officiated at the church and graveside. Floral tributes were sent by:   Loving Wife; Evans family; Uncle Boy and Nell; Work- mates; Les and Marie Ware; George and Doris Kiss; Eric Fletcher; Mrs. Eastey, Bob, Nell, Ron and Ruth; Illalong Creek Quarry Workers; Mrs. Watson, Jack and Dawn; Mr. and Mrs. Brunskill and Mrs. Meadows; Lionel and Daphne; E. Wilson, Bob and Flo; Vinc. McCarthy; Mr. and Mrs. Hicks and fam- ily; Mr. and Mrs. T. Sims; Mr. and Mrs. S. Pinney and Nev.

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PROMINENT BUSINESSMAN AND CITIZEN PASSES THE LATE MR. JOHN JOSEPH MURPHY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 6 April 1951

PROMINENT BUSINESSMAN AND CITIZEN PASSES THE LATE MR. JOHN JOSEPH MURPHY A shadow of gloom was   cast over Boorowa and dis- trict on March 20, when it was announced that one of the town's best known businessmen and highly re- spected resident in the per- son of Mr. John Joseph Murphy, had passed away at his residence in Market Street. The late Mr. Murphy, who had attained the age of 62 years, was the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, of Boorowa, and had resided in the district all his life. He was one of the proprietors of Murphy Bros., Men's and Boys' Outfitters,   which he and his brother, Michael established in Boor- owa over 30 years ago and which business expanded so quickly that it was well- known throughout the south- west, and up till the time of his death was oue of our leading 'itizens. Although he had enjoyed robust health practically all his life until two years ago when he un- derwent an operation in Lewisham Hospital, Sydney, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

A Red Cross handicraft In structor supervises leather work In the grounds of the Lady Gowrie Red Cross Home at Gordon, one of four homes In New South Wates main tained by the Red Cross Society for convalescent - ex-servicemen.

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LIVING IN 1908 WAS CHEAP You Could Buy A Suit For £2 2s [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

LIVING IN 1908 WAS CHEAP You Could Buy A Suit For £2 & Living was cheap way back in 1908. By comparis on with to-day's prices the cost of many articles was amazing. You could buy a suit of clothes for £2/2/-. These facts are gleaned from advertisements which appeared in a country newspaper of 11th July, 1908. , The paper . was found at the residence of Ser-' geant Forbes, of. Gundagai, whilst renovations Were taking place. You could buy a 'Younger' cooking stove for £3/2/-; a solid ebony gent's hairbrush for 9/6, and gold and greenstone sleeve links for, 18/6 a pair. An optician advertised that he would fit you with a pair of best crystal lenses in solid nickel frames for 3/6, or solid gold frames, from- 22/6 pair. A salad bowl and servers, silverplated mounts, sold at 15/6; silver plated serviette rings at. 1/6 each;, and a silver plated sugar and cream stand at 12/8. Wool presses were advertised for sale at £14, £17 and £20. A butchers price list read Rump steak. 5d lb.; r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

td£?icfavd/ OOLSELEY The new Wolseleys make their bow . . . the 6-cylinder 'Six-Eighty' and the 4 cylinder 'Four-Fifty'. Both are cars of *'' flowing lines and flashing performance, * of immaculate coachcraft and matchless engineering — spacious, powerful and luxurious . . . cars of character and distinction for those, who buy wisely. LOCAL AGENTS: v BOOROWA MOTORS ^ik. BRIA1L STREET, BOOROWA.

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Soil Fertility Dependent On Proper Fanning Methods [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

Soil Feriffify Dependent On Proper Farming Methods From The Bribbaree Conference. Land management 'has not been what it should have been. Profligate leaching of the soil has denuded it of much of its fertility. Proper husbandry was need ed to restore the land to its proper productivity. This was said at Brib baree by John -L. Green, Special Agronomist of Ag riculture, in a comprehens ive lecture on soil fertility maintenance to the Lachlan Regional Conference of the Agricultural Bureau. First of all, what is soil fer tility? It is the ability of the soil to produce crops with the prop er farmer management which entails proper cultivation of the land, the use of proper varieties and proper methods of harvesting. Unfortunately, over the years, with improvement of varieties, improvement of cultivation, improvement of technique, we have not arrived at a greater production per acre, — e.g. of wheat — than we had 30 or 40 years ago. Why is this? - It is only that the fertility of our land...

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FORTY-SIX PERSONS OVER 100 YEARS OLD [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

FORTY-SIX PERSONS OVER 100 YEARS OLD When the 1947 census was taken there were 21 women and 15 men aged 100 and over. Between the ages of 90 and 99 inclusive there were 3,353 women but only 2,054 men. These figures are revealed in tables issued this week by the Commonwealth Statistician. Of the women, 100 years of age and older, eight were 100, three 101, two 102, five 103, two 104, and 105. Of the 15 male centenarians, six were 100, two were 103, four 104 and three 105.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

Did you know t l^^^^l^^i^^S^ (94,000,000 cheques are used wery year in Australia* More than twenty-three cheques for every man, woman and child in Australia — convincing proof of the popularity and convenience of paying by cheque. The commercial world has long enjoyed this convenience, .. but a Rural Bank Cheque Account is also available for smaller individual accounts. A cheque account at the Rural Bank is easily arranged, 6aves time and costs only 5/- a half year — nothing at all if your credit balance is kept at £50 or more. See the manager of your nearest branch of the Rural Bank about a personal cheque account for yourself. * This figure is based on information supplied by th* Stamp Duties Offices in the different Slates. Boorowa Branch ... In Temporary Premises, -Pudman Street Manager ? M. B. McMahon

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EXCELLENT GIFT EVENING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

EXCELLENT GIFT EVEN ING Last Thursday week, a de lightful gift evening was tender ed Miss R. J. 'Poppy' Paton by the people of Frogmore. Regardless of the inclement weather, a very large crowd at tended to offer their sincerest good wishes. Miss Paton mar ried Mr. Ernest Dockett last Saturday. ' As the couple entered the hall young Noeline Good presented 'Poppy' with a particularly at tractive shoulder spray which was arranged by the Misses Russell. The singing of 'For They Are Jolly Good Fellows' preceded a round of well-wishing. Mr. Max Holmes, as chairman, very capably conducted pro ceedings and - paid high tribute to the couple and, on behalf of the assembled crowd, wished them 'the greatest of success and happiness.' 'I have known the couple for a long time,' said Mr. A. Elk ins, 'and have full knowledge of their popularity.' The speak er continued to comment on Poppy's numerous acts of kind ness and Ernest's handicraft manship. When called upon Mr. Frank Cassells said that he ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

mm BAKfRY Cordial Manufacturer, Baker And Pastrycook SMALLGOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. WEDDING CAKES, Wedding and Picnic Parties Supplied. BREAD DELIVERED TO ANY PABT OF THE DISTRICT. Phone 36 BOOROWA Phone 35 R. LPURDY MONUMENTAL MASON Wombat Road, Young. Gladstone said . . . 'Show me 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 laud, 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 Bporpwa, 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, BOOROWA. Artificial W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

HAiR STYLIST PATRICIA SHEPHERD COURT STREET/ BOOROWA. FOR ALL TYPES OF PERMANENT WAVING AND LATEST HAIR STYLES. Phone 18. LADIES! 8E AT YOUR BEST ALWAYS WITH A NEW PERM. O'Hara's Hairdressing Salon Phone 60 For Appointment. Rabbiters! Graziers ! NOW AVAILABLE CHALKERS RABBIT DECOY THE DECOY that gives 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. NOTICE ANY PERSON found TRES PASSING on 'GUVESNE'' property will be Prosecuted (Signed) T. J. O'CONNOR.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

'? 'r^fflM- Good News for '? ^WBflll ^^^^ 'H.M.V.* presents a new 1.4 j! ^?IC^P*^ volt All-Dry Battery Operated ;' ? ! ^^ Radio that needs no recharging, no ?! - battery replacements for months and months. I J ji This wonderful new months) from each set of «! ? I 'H.M.V.' console radio dry batteries. And the ?[ i| gives clear reception, special 'H.M.VY Economy \' , \ world range . . . without Switch reduces operating j! | the constant bother of costs to less than a penny ?[ ? j ? having heavy batteries re- an hour. \ ? \\ charged. Enthusiastic Another Distance Getter! J» 1 1 owners say they are getting 'His Master'* Voice' Table * ! ?! over 1000 hours listening Model C21A All-Dry Battery ,; !; time (approximately 4 g^wtve^f guinL to% \\ t\ hours a day for 9 extra in W.A. ). !; S j Sea and hear these new models. We will gladly demonstrate. ' \ !j: WHIS MASTER'S VOICK' ji j I ACCREDITED RETAILERS I ' | E. A. DOWSE jj | MARSDEN STREET, B00R0WA. j; A. C. YOUNG ) HIDES, SKINS AND WOOL LI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. C. HATTI wishes to notify the Public of Boorowa and District that he has recommenced business in Boor owa iu premises in BEIAL STREET (next to Mrs. J. Zickby). until such time as other premises are available. LARGE STOCKS OF LADIES, MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WEAR AVAILABLE MR. HATTI also takes this opportunity of notifying the Public that he bas secured a LADIES' DRESSMAKER from Overseas, who will arrive in Boorowa shortly to carry out all classes of work. Second-hand Guns Purchased, and Guaranteed Repairs Carried Out. THE PUBLIC ARE ASSURED OF THE SAME SERVICE BEING EXTENDED AS IN THE PAST.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

ADVERTISEMENT ' Dr. EVRTT'S 'BED HERRING' BALLOTS Dr. Evatt tries to justify Labor's refusal to give Unionists a real secret ballot by pretending that secret ballots already exist. tic Ever hear of pit-top meetings, Dr. Evatt? Every miner, and ?very miner's wife, can tell you of stoppages caused by a few Communists; of intimidation tactics} of reduced pay-envelopes. «»*. Ever hear of a show of hands on the waterfront? Ever hear of Communist 'oookatoos' who list the names of those voting against the Reds, for Intimidation treatment after the meeting? ?*? . Ever hear of Union Ballots where the Unionist had to sign his name on the ballot paper? Not very 'eecret', Dr. Evatt! '** M- . And how about 'secret' ballots where the ballot papers are counted by Communists? Are you happy about that, Dr. Evatt? Perhaps you trust the Communists, Dr. Evatt. They are your legal clients, and 'Tribune' has promised you Communist support. But Unionists don't trust Communists. . . ' FOR REAL SECRET BALLO...

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FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN OPENS AT BOOROWA Lt. Col. Anderson, Addresses Electors Last Night [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN OPENS AT BOOROWA Lt. Col. Anderson, Addresses Electors Last Night The battle for Hume offic ially opened in Boorowa last night when Lt.-Col. Ander- . son, V.C., M.H.R., address ed electors in the Guild Hall. His opponent) Mr. Arthur Fulleri who will carry the A.L.P. banner, .will speak at Boorowa on Wednesday next. The Hume contest prom ises to be one of the most . interesting at the coming Federal elections, as at the previous poll there was very little between the can didates when the final fig ures were posted. Whilst' indications .are that Lt.-Col. Anderson will retain Hume, no one will deny the keen organisation of Mr. Full er, who is out to make a sup reme effort to regain Hume for the A.L.P. The 'task of the A.L.P. candidate has been made difficult by the obstructive tactics of Chifley, Evatt & Co., who have made it im possible for the Government addition. 'Dr. Evatt has come in for some criticism by his own Party for fight ing the legal batt...

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BOWLS NEWS YASS v. BOOROWA. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

b6$ls news YASS v. BOOROWA. A team of four rinks journeyed to Ybbs on Sun day and played a most en joyable game against the local dub. The greeiii was in excellent condition and the weather ideal. Bryce's rink [scored an excellent win 28/19; Thomas' rink had an excellent match to lead 20/19 on 22 ends, but Yass scored 10 pts. on the last three ends to win 29/20. Weeden's rink got into their stride early and ran to a 15/8 le'ad on thirteen ends, but over the last half only took the hon ors on two ends and were de feated 32/20. Clements' rink fail ed early to be down 14/0 after four ends, but improved from there on to be eventually beaten by 20 points, 39/19. During the afternoon the lad ies of the Yass Club provided an excellent afternoon. The President of the Yass Club (Mr. L. .Perry) extended a welcome to the Boorowa players and wished them an enjoyable game. He was supported by the Mayor of Yass. Mr- H. A. Crawford replied on behalf of the Boorowa play ers, thanking the Yass playe...

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CLOTHING DISAPPEARS FROM CAR NEAR FROGMORE STORE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

CLOTHING DISAPPEARS FROM CAR NEAR FROGMORE STORE Last Saturday night be tween 8 and 9 p.m.. a par cel of clothing disappeared from Mr. Jack Smart's car which was parked near the Frogmore Store. As the clothes were valued at a considerable sum, Mr. Smart is hoping that theft is not the cause of the parcel's disappear ance. In an advertisement appear ing in to-day's issue he is re questing any information re garding the clothes.

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