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BOOROWA DISTRICT SATURDAY TENNIS COMPETITION COMMENCES NEXT SATURDAY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

BOOROWA DISTRICT SATURDAY TENNIS COMPETITION COMMENCES NEXT SATURDAY WEEK At -an enthusiastic meet ing of supporters recently at Boorowa is was unanim ously decided to form a Boorowa District Saturday Tennis Competition. Representatives were present from Rye Park, Rugby, Numby, Bala, Boorowa Methodist, Reid's FJat and Gunning Flat Clubs. Office-bearers were appointed as follows: — President: Mr. Max Mewbum. Secretary: Miss Enid Gruber. Treasurer: Mr. Max Mew burn. Assist. Secretary: Mr. Greg Carmody. Disputes Committee: Messrs. Rex Gorham (Bala), Jim Noak es (Rye Park) and Max Mew bum (Rugby). Committee:. The committee will consist of all Club secre taries. COMPETITION TO START SATURDAY WEEK It was decided that the first round of the competition com mence on Saturday, April 21. Points will be awarded as fol lows: Win, 3 points; lose, 1 point; draw, 2 points, and a for feit, no points. Teams will consist of four gents and two ladies, and a com pleted match will be 18 sets. DRAW FOR F...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RECORD WAS CRITICAL? [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

CRItitAL? We met a' local man yes terday who was still laugh ing over the broadcast of the Prime Minister's speech last week. v He tells us that Mr. Men zies was caustically 'critic- ising the Labor Party when the landline feeding the broadcast to this particu lar station broke down, cutting him off the air. But, in the tradition that the show must go ; on, the station staff sprang to the rescue with a record. Whether it was deliberate ?or not, we don't know, but the record was the well known number, 'Jealousy.'

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

SPECIAL SCREENING EMPIRE THEATRE April 'KEY TO THE CITY' Starring Clark Gable and Loretta Young. Supported' by 'THE BIG1 HANGOVER' Starring Van Johnson and Elizabeth Taylor. SHORT FEATURETTES.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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JUBILEE GYMKHANA ATTRACTS 500 GALONG'S EFFORT MERITORIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

JUBUlf aMKH AN A ATTRACTS 500 t — - — — €A)LONG'S EFFORT MERITORIOUS A very successful Jubilee Gymkhana, at 'which over 500 -country folk were pre senti was held at Galong on Saturday last. The enter tainment was unregistered horse races, open 'hunts, flag races, and a donkey race* in -which each owner rode another's horse and the last in, won. The events were contested by the owners of several horses, with gentlemen jock eys as aiders. The results are given below, and caused as much., interest to the owners and local folk as if they were contesting at Randwick. The local committee went to a lot of trouble erecting a pub lican's booth and suitably stock ing it with sufficient liquor to see the afternoon through. The ladies, evidently spent a lot of time making the tasty cakes served at afternoon tea, and were ready to supply a meal if required. The younger ladies set up a severy .so that soft drinks could be dispensed and did good bus iness. ?. Mr. Les. Sargent and Mr. Woods, of Mur...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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COMBINED SCHOOLS JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS POSTPONED MEETING NEXT WEDNESDAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

JUBILEE CfflPioNS POSTPONEJlpTING raXTWEiiSDAY The Heajilanpof the Boorowa CenliHlpiool this week recriv^JPJfee that next WedDesdaM|th April, has been eranflBSl a holi day for all diwpiraichools to celebrate tiieapie*!. Year of Australian^l^PHRBtion. Owing to tbi|HR*3xival of the holiday noticfflmSJigrKinge ments for the JapHga to be made hurriedly. ;J»|^as decid ed at an inf ormafapseting held at the school ;^^RfedBesaas that the day be^»ated^n the following ftWSffef^T^'S At 9 a.m. the «ejSg&p|g-f pres* entatiori of j3K§5*1lags to. all schools wilfcS||heia at the town schools.'-«EQUntry Pub lic Schools arfe^p^^to .bring their flags -anMJ^gmBle for the i ceremon^^Hp&^oorowa Central Schpo|l||p|v At 10 a.m. the jSgfanune for the day will cpgraj|hce at the Boorowa ShonHnjld when the events Pj9H|d from the School SpJHpU be de cided. iBsi^ Basketball comp^HBl in four divisions and) JaHiill compe titions in the Jallping divi sions will th§j0s|?5ei-riducted: 5st. 7lbs^i^^^&...

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VIRUS TESTS IN YOUNG DISTRICT HAMPERED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

VIRUS TESTS IN YOUNG DISTRICT HAMPERED Unfoundered fears that the virus constituted a dan ger to human beings and farm stock, says the Young Stock Insector (Mr. K. V. Byrne) in his monthly re norti have caused an unfor tunate delay in inoculations in the Young P.P. Board district with the myxoma tosis virus. , Mr. Byrne adds that on district properties where the virus has been used satisfactory results have been obtained. 'Inoculation of rabbits with myxomatosis virus is continu ing,' states Mr. Byrne, 'and so far treated rabbits have been released on 30 properties. How ever, the greater part of this has been done in the last fort night, and it is yet too early to form any ' opinion as to the value of the procedure on these holdings. 'This slowness in the re sponse of landowners has been undoubtedly due to the rumors and Press reports concerning the danger of ? the disease to human beings and farm stock. Howeven we have been assured by the highest authorities that the disease will o...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

HKW 6HIPMENI of STEWART CRYSTAL Now on Display at STRIBLEY'S OF BOOROWA. FOR PULL VALUE AND SATISFACTION.

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WIN FOR "WELCOME" TENNIS CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

WIN FOR 'WELCOME' TENNIS CLUB A team from the 'Welcome' Tennis Club journeyed to Blak ney Creek last Sunday for a day's tennis, which resulted in a win for Rye Park of 23 sets to six. Following are the scores: Rye Park players are mention ed first in each Instance. MEN'S DOUBLES K. Gorham and B. Styles v. A. Bush and J. Poidivan 6/4 6/1; v. H. Poidivan and J. Skein 6/3 6/1; v. R. Daly and B. Perks 6/3. J. Noakes and G. Fuller v. H. Poidivan andJ. Skein 6/1 6/2; - v. A. Bush and J. Poidivan 6/2 6/3; v. H. Poidivan and B. Perks 6/3. D. Jtussell and C. Stillwell v. A. Bush and J. Poidivan 2/6; v. R. Daly and B. Perks 1/6 4/6; v. A. Bush and J. Skein 1/6. MIXED DOUBLES Mrs. Carmody and Gorham v. Mrs. Bush and M. Perks 6/0 6/0; v. Miss S. Perks and J. Poidivan 6/0 6/0. Mrs. Noakes and Medway v. Miss S. Perks and J. Poidivan 6/2 6/5 6/3; v. Mrs. Bush and Miss M. Perks 2/6 0/6. Mrs. Carmody and B. Styles v. J. Poidivan and M. Perks 6/.5 Mrs. Gorham and K_ Gorham v. A. Bush and Mrs. Bush 6/...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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MERITORIOUS WOOLCLASS EXAM PASS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

MERITORIOUS WOOLCLASS r Congratulations to Mr. Alister Moorby,' who recently sat for his wool-classing exam, and has received his Voucher of Effic iency as a woolclasser. An ex tract from the voucher reads: 'His work has been of high standard and he has shown un-. derstanding and appreciation of the principal and finer points of classing a clip. He has shown himself to be proficient in the classing of Crossbred clips and has had much experience with wool, and is fully capable of undertaking the responsibilities of classing Merino clips.' Alister has just completed a course of practical woolclassing in which he classed wool sampl es from every part of Australia and New Zealand.

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

AT PITT, SON £ BADGERV LTV., j|^f you can rest assured i\|^0 that your business 4pybl^ will be ? handled expediently \g^J and efficiently f,jpK- with personal attention to detail f^Sh no matter how larqe I )// or how small \$) // may be. IT PAYS TO CONSIGN TO PITT.SOM Head Office: A O'ConneH Street, Sydney DARBY STREET, NEWCASTLE. BRANCHES AT BOOROWA. CROOKWELL. COOTAMUNDRA. BOUBALA, WELLINGTON, SCONE, .,-J. -? -v .-.

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

S U BbBBlN & COMPANY Licensed Stock, Station, Beat Estate Agents, Auctioneers and Valuers, 13 MARSDEN STREET, BOORQWA. 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 I ? ~ ? '' ? ' ? 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- ? * 60ULBURN and that means the Efficient, Courteous and Under standing Services of THE FARMERS AND GRAZIERS' Co-operative, Grain, Insurance and Agency Co. Ltd., GOULBURN. ?^??????????????????^???????????????????ii^iji LONGMQRE & SLADE STATION ST...

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

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BOOROWA GOLF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

BOOROWA GOLF CLUB During last week-end there was a good roll-up of members to participate in the Club's events and now that some rain has fallen which will be most benefic ial to the course, it is an ticipated that large attend ances will be evident each week-end. On' Saturday last an 18 Holes Stableford Handicap was con ducted. This resulted in an easy win for Lloyd Mason with 38 points. The 18 Holes Stroke Handicap played on Sunday re sulted in wins for Jack Mc Grath (President) in the 'A' Grade section with a nett 63, and Tom Carter in the 'B' Grade with a nett 63 also. As the re sult of the week-end play, the handicappers are already busy adjusting handicaps. Rtesults of 18 Holes Stroke. 'A' GRADE. J. P. McGrath ... 78 15 63 R. E. Lindsay .. 78 14 64 R. C. Sullivan . . 77 12 65 R. Ryan ? 78 11 67 H. Thompson ... 80 13-67 E. J. Dwyer .... 83 15 68 A. F. Wood .... 81 12 69 T. G. Thomson .. 81 12 69 'B' GRADE. T. Carter ? 90 27 63 E. W. Sams .... 84 20 64 L. Mason ? 86 21 65 A. H. ...

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MINOR BREAKDOWN IN "NEWS" PLANT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

MINOR BREAKDOWN IN T^WS' PIANT During the printing of last Friday's issue of the 'News,' the large Wharfe dale machine suffered a minor breakdown when one of its bearings seized, bringing the plant to a standstill. Mr. Ken Wade, mechanic at L. G, Lawrence's gar age, effected repairs speed ily, but the blackout wnich came on as soon as the machine became working again held up production for another hour. These occurrences meant that hundreds of our town readers did not receive their paper until next morning by the delivery boys. The proprietor is pleas ed to publicly thank Mr. Wade and other members of the 'News' staff for fheir capable efforts in getting the machine in working order again and working back to a late hour at night in folding and wrapping the papers to catch country mails.

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CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND Sunday, April 15: Boorowa 8 a.m., Rye Park 11 a.m., Frog uiore 3 p.m.,, Boorowa 7.30 p.m. Sunday, April 22: Boorowa 8 sum,, Tangmangaroo 11 a.m.- Murringo 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m. A. A. Smith, B.A., Rector.

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CATHOLIC CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

CATHOLIC CHURCH Sunday, April 15: Boorowa 8 a.in and 10 a.m., Reid's Flat 8 ajn., Hovell's Creek 10 a.m., Murringo 8 a.m. Sunday, April 22: Boorowa 8 a.m. and 10 a.m., Rugby 8 a.m., Frogmore 10 a.m., Murringo 10 a.m. F. E. E. Sheehan, P P.

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DID NOT KEEP TO LEFT Kangiara Grazier Fined [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

WD NOT PEP TO LEFT Kangiara Grazier Fined At Gunning Police Court, before Mr. A. J. Paton, S.M., Frank Douglas Mathew Drew, grazier. The Springs,' Kangiara. was proceeded against for not keeping to the left of the Gunning Crookwell road on 28th October. 1950. Mr. J. W. Snell (Phillips & Co., Yass) appeared for defend ant and pleaded not guilty. Sgt. Crick, of Goulburn, was police prosecutor. COLLISION WITH UTILITY Sgt. Daley, of ?Gunning, pro duced a statement made by the defendant and told the court that with Constable Court, he went to the scene of the acci dent at about midnight on 28th October, 1950. Defendant de clined an invitation by the police to go with them to the scene of the accident. He saw there had been a collision be tween a sedan car, driven by defendant, and a utility,, driven by a man named O'Dowd. The utility was standing on the left-hand side of the road fac ing in the direction of Crook wjell, with i|ts inside wheels touching the earth bank of the water...

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

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VOTING BY POST Applications May Be Made Now [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

VOTING BY POST Applications May Be Made Now Electors entitled to vote by post at the forthcoming election are those who on polling day will be outside the State or Territory for which thev are enrolled, or if within that State or Territory, will be five miles or more from a polling place, or travelling under conditions which preclude them from at tending a polling booth; and also those who through illness, infirmity or approaching ma ternity, will be unable to at tend a polling' booth on polling day. .An application for a postal vote may be made from now onwards. The necessary form of application is obtainable at any Post Office.

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

Moses Bring Top Fashions In An Outstanding Collection Of Winter Wear ^ BE WISE ! Make MOSES of BOOROWA Your ^ Shopping Centre and Beat The High Prices In Woollen Wear BRIAL STREET, 111 Tl U {% CJ T Cf NEXT BOOROWA. J|B J| m JLUVljJjM BOOROWA MOTORS.

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