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Magnitude of Snowy River Scheme Is Breath-taking Will Play Vital Role In Defence [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

Magnitude of Snowy River Scheme Is Breath-taking Will Play Vital Role In Defence THE MAGNITUDE OF THE MIGHTY SNOWY RIVER SCHEME IS DIFFICULT OF COMPREHENSION. DETAIL DESCRIPTIONS OF/PHASES OF THE WORK TO BE ACCOMPLISHED ENABLE THE READER TO REALISE, IN SOME MEASURE, HOW GIGANTIC IS THE PROJECT AND TO UNDERSTAND WHAT THE COMPLETION OF THE SCHEME WILL MEAN TO AUSTRALIA OVER THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE AND THE PART IT WILL PLAY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATION OVER THE NEXT CENTURY. In describing the scheme, the Commissioner ' of the Snowy Mountains Authority (Mr. Hud son) said it was along the lines laid down by the Commonwealth Inter-State Governmental Com mittee and the essence of the scheme still remained as it was when technicians commenced drawing up the final report. He then outlined the project with the aid of several diagrams and a wall map of the area. The essential point, he continued, was that the Snowy was at a considerably higher level than the other three rivers and this made t...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KANGIARA NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

KANG1ARA NEWS On Friday night last a gift evening was tendered to Miss Colleen- Graham and Mr. Tom Goode, whose mar riage is to take place this month. As the guests of honor enter ed the room, the assembled com pany rose and sang 'For They Are Jolly Good Fellows,' after which Colleen was presented with a beautiful spray by Miss Mary Downey. Mr. J. Best, acting as chair man of the evening, extended to the young couple on behalf of the large crowd present their best' wishes, and presented to them the many valuable gifts on this occasion. Among the many speakers who endorsed the chairman's remarks were Mrs. E. Bennett, Messrs. W. Corcoran, J. Penn ing, J. Moorby, K. Dwyer', K. Corcoran, J. Dwyer, K. Wilcox and R. Gregory. Mr. Tom Goode. responding on behalf of his fiancee and self thanked all present for their good wishes and lovely gifts which had that night been show ered on 'them. After a sumptuous supper had been served, remainder of the night was spent in singing and dancing to ex...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SURPRISE [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

SURPRISE 'George, dear,' said the giri, 'do you ever drink anything?' 'Yes, occasionally,' George reluctantly admitted. 'But, dear,' she went on, an xiously, 'what do you suppose pappa would say if he should discover that the future husband of his only daughter diank?' 'He discovered it this morn ing.' 'Oh, George, what did he say?' 'He said: 'Well, George, my boy, I don't mind if I do.' '

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

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GROUP 9 COMPETITION ALTERED Only One Zone-First Games April 22 [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

GROUP 9 COMPETITION Only One Zone ^ First Games April 22 , ? ? ~ - — — . \£x--- .? . Group Nine RugbfeJlSgwj;; zone and the first matches will be played next Sunday week, April 22. Group 9 delegates reached this decision at a special meeting at Cootamundra last- Monday night. Gundagai delegates moved that the previous motion admitting Group 17 teams to Group 9 competition be rescinded. The motion was carried by a two-thirds ma jority. Mr. W. Kearney. Young's delegate, then moved that the competition be conduct ed in one zone as was the case last year Cowra delegate. Mr. Allan Layton, seconded this mo tion, wich was carried. This will give Boorowa 11 home games. The competition draw will be announced within a few days.

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RUGBY LEAGUE FLASHES COUNTRY WEEK TRIAL GAME AT YOUNG TO-MORROW [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

1.P* !?&??££????»?«?????????**'?*?£ RUGBY LEAGUE! FLASHES ! - ? ? - ? COUNTRY WE£K TRIAL CAME AT YOUNG TO-MORROW The star players from Cowra, Grenfell, Boorowa, Young and HardenMurrum burrah Clubs will be seen ? in action at the Young -^ Sportsground on Satw^ay^ (to-morrow aftertoonifrjien*; a Country Week trial match ^ will be staged. i? Young*-and HardenMurrum burrah will combine against {jrenfell, Cowra' and Boorowa combined. .Good football should be 'witnessed. S^AnotbjeiKGroup trials -game will be held at Cootamundra on Saturday also, between .jelect ed players drawn from Tumut Gundagai, Junee, Cootamundra,

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Boorowa Golf Associates PLAY ABANDONED OWING TO RAIN [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

Boorowa Golf Associates PLAY ABANDONED OWING TO RAIN On Wednesday afternoon an 18 Holes Stroke event was scheduled to be played but due to rain, play was abandoned. Next Wednesday's event will be an 18 Holes Stroke from which the Nine Choice Holes will be taken for the competi tion. DRAW FOR NEXT WEDNESDAY The draw is as follows: — A. Edwards v. M. Wood. M. McMahon v . E . Sheil . V. Williams v. M. Dwyer. H. Boucher v. P. Coramens. M. Donaldson v. J. O'Donnell. W. Clements v. T. Sullivan. E. Fahey v. R. Denning. J. Wright v. B. Lindsay. E. Thompson v. D. McCabe. D. Bobbin v. G. Dwyer. M. Quilkey v. B. Thomson] E. Flannery v. C. Perks. S. Thomas v. P. Keif. P. McCormack v. M. Berry. D. Becker v. M. Emery. Any player not able to play in this event is requested to noti fy the secretary as soon as pos sible. (Phone 268). Players are reminded that when Wednesday's play is can celled the event will be played on the following Friday.

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

?'????? ??'?? - *- ' — . 0*^ *& r rrf4 ? POSTMASTER ? 4pflEAL* Theflon. H. L. ANTHONY, mh.b., - WILL SPEAK IN THE GUILD HALL, BOOROW& ON / Tufesday%ext, 17th, April at 8 fdfi. IN SUPPORT OF Z^^^^m ' MR. CHAS. ANDERSON, OsP FEDERAL MEMBER FOR llssgSiBi f J- Market Street, Boorowa?''^^^^^^^^^ ? ? ' __ r^ (ADVERTISEMENT) fiEDERAL~EL£CTl(^S, 1951 * |fe A. N. FULLER % ^j ,?%?„ A.L.P. CANDIDATE' . v-^.:' - VT- JgKpSollowiitfpf g a list of broadcasts to be given by ARTHUR ?. FumIjER durmg^the election 'campaign: — ' ' - . ? , - F^^y/;§tii April ... 2CA 10.00 p.m. ^ f \ Wednesaa-, 18th April 2UF 9.30 p.m. i^ ;^- Thursday/aSth April 2CA 10.00 pan. '., .' . ,;'; Mill -Friday, 20tt» 'April ... 2GN (between 6 p.n.£ 6.30 p.m) ^*^^^ Tuesday, 24th April T iLlF ' siliTpjau ' ; *' '''*' * ^^^^^WM Wednesday, 25th April 2GN (between 6 p.m. & 6.30 p.m.) Wednesday, 25th April 2WG 9.20 p.m. VOTE [1] FULLER, A. N. (Authorised by A. CLIFFORD, Market Street, Boorowa. PUBLIC AUCTION B...

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METHODIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, April 15: Frograore 11 a.m., Rye Park 3 pm... Boor-, owa 7.38 p.m., Rev. Charles Buttsworthh . Sunday, April 22: Godfrey's Creek 11 a.m., Ry€ Park 3 p.m., Boorowa 7.30 p.m., Rev. Charles H. Buttsworth. Rev. C. H. Buttswortu, Minister.

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

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

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HEADLIGHT PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

HEADLIGHT PROBLEM ?' Motorists arc reminded by the N.R.M.A. that the law requires , headlights of cars fitted with a dipping device to be dipped (and kept dipped) when travelling on roads lighted by street lighting, or if on an unlighted road when approaching and within 200 yds. of a vehicle proceeding in the opposite direction. ; This regu lation, which is frequently brok en, is an effort to ensure road safety and courtesy, and should be strictly obeyed by all motor ists, in the N.R.JH.A. opinion.

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

Claiming The Date ! Wednesday, 9th May JUblLEE DAY Whirlwind Tennis y Tournament BOOROWA METHODIST TENNIS CLUB. LADIES & GENT'S DOUBLES All Players Invited. Admission: 3/- Per Player. Play Commences 9.30 a.m. Sharp E. GRUBER, Secretary. LAST NIGHT'S RAIN Light showers of rain last night yielded 19 points of rain being registered at the Boorowa Post Office up till 9 a.m. this morning.

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

I NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS I THE COST OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS IS 1/6 FOR TWO LINES (Minimum) j and »d SFOR EACH ADDITIONAL LINE. BOOKED 1/. EXTRA. Approx. 4-5 Words per Line.

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OUT OF PETROL [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

OUT OF PETROL It is surprising how many motorists forget the petrol tank when their car stops on the road, says the N.R.M.A. They look for all sorts of trouble instead of first making sure that they have petrol left. More than one motorist hats taken his carbur ettor to pieces and tested the ignition lines before finding his tank empty. It does not take long to have a look, and it might save a lot of unnecessary bother. District Liberals should get busy and select a candidate to contest Fred Cahj]]'fi seat in the next State election, Doug. Beard, who is now living out side the electorate at Coota mundra, will most probably. car- ry the Conntry Party banner and strong pressure is being exerted on the Liberals to withdraw from the field and leave the field clear for a straigbtout contest. But a lot of voters don't see It that way and would not like to be represented by a C.P. rep resentative. There is one man in the Cowra area who has good claims for Liberal selection but if he is to ...

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

UNRESERVED CLEARING SALE BOOROWiA, FRIDAY, 20th APRIL, 1951. THIS SALE WILL COMMENCE AT 12 NOON AT THE BUSINESS PREMISES OF^MRS. K. NEEDHAM. Pitt, Son & Badger? (Branches) Pty. Ltd., acting under iustructioug from, MRS. K. NEEDHAM, wilL offer for sale by Public Auction, at the Shop situated at the corner of Brial aud Court Streets, a large quantity of sundry articles. Included iu tlie numerous items are second-hand Fur niture, Carpentry and Gardening Tools, Ironmongery, Paints, Plumbing and Building Materials, Leather and Harness, large Platform 'Avery' Scales, quantity Steel Posts, Wire Netting, Lucerne Cultivator, Plough, Pasture Renovator, Sheep Licks, Coarse Salt, etc-. Also a number of Articles of CEDAR Furniture and an Iron SAFE. yS PITT, SON & BADGERY (Branches) PTY. LTD., ^S Auctioneers, Boorowa. Here's good news indeed if your eyes are troubling you! - Gibb & Beeman's Travelling Consulting Room is ' coming your way and you have this splendid opportun...

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COMMO. TECHNIQUE CRIPPLING AUSTRALIA Cause Of Rising Prices, Says Menzies [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

COMMO. TECHNIQUE CRIPPLING AUSTRAL! A Cause Of Rising Prices, Says Menzies 'The greatest cause of high prices in Australia is low production. And the great est cause of low produc tion is go-slow methods and absenteeism, the twin pois ons of the Communist tech nique.' This was stated by the Prime Minister (Mr. R. G. Menzies) in his joint policy speech for the Liberal and Country Parties. , Referring to the cause of the election, Mr. Menzies said: 'An intolerable position has obtain ed in Parliament, — a position hostile to good government, and therefore one which must now be resolved by people's vote. The enemies who confront Aus tralia abroad or at home can not be fought by any Govern ment with one hand tied be hind its back.' On the subject of inflation the- Prime Minister stated: — 'Value will continue to drain out of the pound until we have uniformity and efficiency of pro ductive work. 'By attacking the prepay ment of taxation on wool pro ceeds, the Labor Party has proved that ...

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

Ms$/ SMASH w&fA n it u ii ii me ii -y|;}jjbUBRUnioM . ^Ep|i^aK-v-T5^''^|^ M$ If ONLY the anti-Socialist Parties can wipe out the Si^lpji^i; ?' ?^^':(^^--^y0 mm^! menace of Communism. The , Labor Party ha6 so \\jV -=is?r. 4*/V i ^'^ JPjP identified itself with Communist policy that, in spite \-\ ~^- \ Wj of all its protestations, it cannot escape the charge ^ of working hand in glove with the enemies' of Australia. LOOK AT THE EVIDINCE ? Labor fought and delayed the measure to outlaw the Communist Party. When the High Court ruled the Act invalid, Labor leaders applauded. ? Labor is opposed to secret ballots in Union elections, which would allow rank-and-file members to defeat their Communist officials. ? Labor opposes amendments to the Arbitra tion Act designed to give the* Court power to discipline Communist Union officials. ? The Deputy Leader of the Labor Party, Dr. Evatf, has defended Communist leaders in the Courts. ? The Labor Party and the Communists share a common obj...

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

PRINTED and published by Gregory Grey O'Hara, Pro prietor, of 41 Marsden Street, Booowa, at the 'Boorowa News ' Printery, 2 Pudman St., Boorowa.

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

f£R SALE FOR SALE: Twin Triumph, '48 model, '21 h.p. Engine just overhauled; good appearance. ? Price £130. Apply I. Robin son, Kangiara. Phone 13, Binalong. PREPARE for the blackouts by calling at Bushby's, who have stocks of Kayen, Tilley and Coleman Lamps, with all ne j cessary spare parts. MATTOCKS and Parkes Rabbit erg1 Shovels available at STRIBLEY'S— in fact we have everything for the man on the land! BUSHBY'S are agents for All . adin Lamps, and carry full - stocks of all spare parts, ? globes and mantles. GUM BOOTS, men's, women's and children's. Bushby's have good stocks, so fit the fam . ily out for the winter whilst stocks last. HORSE RUGS in all sizes and best quality, are available at BUSHBY'S. LOST ~ AT McGrath-O'Neil wedding, Guild Hall, Boorowa, Cigarette Lighter. Reward. Finder please return to Dr. W. F. L. Liggins' Surgery or 'News' Office. WHEEL CAP from' Chev., be tween Boorowa and Frogmore last Saturday. Finder please contact T. HOLMES, Frog more. LOST or STOLE...

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MANY ALTERATIONS TO RUGBY LEAGUE RULES THIS YEAR New Features Will Open Up Play [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 13 April 1951

MANY ALTERATIONS TO RUGBY LEAGUE RULES THIS YEAR New Features Wffl Open UpPfay Until they become familiar with new rules, spectators 'may be puzzled by some 'of the decisions made by ref erees this season. The new rules have been introduced with the object of opening up the game and making it much faster. Among the principal amend ments are the following: PENALTY KICKS When a penalty kick is award ed, all opposing players must get back at least ten (10) yards towards their own goal line. This means no marker is allow ed- If any player waves his arms, moves or in any way dis tracts, or comes within ten yards, another kick shall be awarded. PLAY THE BALL Neither player, playing the ball is allowed to strike until the ball actually hits the ground. Previously the rule allowed the Player to strike as soon as the ball was dropped. GOAL LINE TROP OUT Should opposing players come within 5 yards of the goal line during a goal line drop out, the opposing players shall be im-. mediately penal...

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