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Boorowa Footballers Turn On Brilliant Performance Young's Thirteen Overwhelmed By 22 Points To 7 [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Boorowa Footballers Turn On Brilliant Performance Young's Thirteen Overwhelmed By 22 Points To 7 By ov rwhelmingly defeating Young by 22 points to seven at foung last Sunday in the opening match of the Group Nine Competition, Boorowa caused one of the biggest surprises- in Group football. Supporters of the 'blue-metal' thirteen gave them little hope of gowning the 'cherry town' team, which waB con sidered a\ strong combination with its many /new players, - but they got the shock of their lives when Boorowa, playing inspired football, completely outclassed Youngj and ran out easy winners. 7 Boorowa's %in gave football a great lift in the town and should create greaterl interest during the season. A The game--waa a first-class ex hibition of solidVfootball. Never once did it drag and at times both sides ascended to sheer heights of brilliancy in their efforts to gain tha upper hand. The teams were evenly match ed and the first half of the game provided the i »est football. At this sta...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CURTAIN RAISER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

CURTAIN RAISER The curtain raiser between Young Reserves and Boorowa Iiad the opposite result, Ypung Reserves recording a 28 t» nil victory. The light Bodrowa team, although they gave a good performance against their heav ier opposition, should mouhr in fo a strong combination/with further training. y/

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

R. I. FORD Y 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 land, and their loyalty to high ideals.' | MONUMENTS ERECTED ANY WHERE IN THE STATE. Additional Inscriptions, Renovations. j LOCAL AGENTS: G. GREIG & P. J. SLATTERY. PATTERSON BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Boorowa, Harden, Young. Head Office: MAIN STREET, YOUNG. We Personally Supervise All | Arrangements. j Complete, Modern Equipment, j Funerals Conducted With Reverence and Dignity. I Local Representative: P. J. SLATTERY, Phone ? 183. Market St., Boorowa. 0. J. STUART Builder, Contractor And Undertaker BRIAL STREET, BOOROWA. Artificial Wreaths Always On Hand. Representative for: FREDERICK ARNOLD, Monumental Masons, Redfern, Sydney. Telephone 22. RYAN'S BAKERY Cordial Manufacturer, Baker And Pastrycook SMALLGOODS IN GREAT VAR...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

(Advertisement.) ' AN OPEnIeTTER TO THE ELECTORS OF HUME My attention has been drawn to a leaflet issued by my Labor opponent, Mr. Fuller, regarding untrained Australians and Chin ese. The quotation is correct only when read in conjunction with the rest of my speech—quota tions isolated from their ..con text can, as in this case, give a very false impression. . I strongly resent this cheap attempt to misrepre sent my attitude towards those who have served with me, and I would point out that! of 45 Labor members in the House of Representa tives) not one raised any point in connection with this ? particular speech; it has been left to Mr. Fuller to attempt to misrepresent it by partial quotation to suit his own ends. Far from constituting any re flection on Australian troops, my speech on the Defence Bill condemned t|ie attitude of the Labor Party towards Defence. Thousands of Australian lives have been tragically and need lessly lost when untrained and partially trained troops have h...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SUFFICIENT MATERIALS NOW ON HAND FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ELECTRICITY LINE TO RYE PARK POINTS OF INTEREST FROM LAST MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

SUFFICIENT MATERIALS NOW ON HAND FOR CONSTRUCTION OF ELECTRICITY LINE TO RYE PARK POINTS OF INTEREST FROM LAST MEETING 'Sufficient materials are now on hand for the con struction of the Boorowa-Rye Park Electricity Exten sion Line,' reported the Shire Clerk (Mr. C. W. Kenny) to last week's meeting of Boorowa Shire Council.. Tenders were also tabled for the construction of the Hue and these were referred to the Consulting En-_ giueer for report, and the President (Cr. A. G. Gorhain) and Shire Clerk were empowered to accept the recom mended tender. Mr. Kenny said that the cost of constructing rural electricity extensions had increased by ap proximately 50 per cent, in the past four years, and was still rising rapidly. Figures supplied regarding probable service charges to consumers will prob ably require upward revision. On completion of the. Rye Park line it would be possible to sup ply accurate figures. RYE PARKFROGMOBE RUGBY EXTENSION LINES Mr. Kenny said some difficulty has been e...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

A Matilda tank of a C.M.F. unit rolling over a tree during a training exercise. C.M.F. units have the latest mechanised equipment, but need men to man tank6, fluns, and scout cars.

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ANZAC DAY SERVICE AT SOLDIERS WAR MEMORIAL REV. A. A. SMITH'S INSPIRING ADDRESS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

ANZAC DAY SERVICfiAI^ soldiers': H mmi REV. A. A. SMITHS «R|U&RESS the liev. A; A. Smith began by-reminding' those assembled that Anzac Day was one of sad but proud remembrance.. For many who were older time \ would roll back as 'it were a curtain and they would stand again with comrades in the mud of Flanders or at Mons, Vimy Ridge or Villiers Bretonneux; or perhaps again in the sands of Egypt. For those who were younger and returned from the Second World War, it would mean to stand again in the des ert at El Alemein, or be high over England in a Spitfire or struggle through the mud and jungle of the Kokoda trail. But the mind and imagination of every Australian should be centred again this day upon those barren, forbidding heights of Gallipoli where the first An zacs had performed deeds which Australians must never forget. These reminded him of an in cident in the life of an ancient King of Bible times — David, King of the Hebrew people. Sur rounded by his chiefs-of-staff ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

CHARGES TO RUGBY LEAGUE MATCHES FIXH- AT 2/6 Messrs. Kearney and Sweet ing, Young's delegates, success fully piloted a ' resolution through at last meeting of Group Nine that charges to Rugby League matches this sea son be 2/6 and not 3/-.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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FURTHER PLANT PURCHASES TO BE MADE BY COUNCIL ORDER TO BE PLACED FOR SECOND "GREYHOUND" GRADER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

FURTHER PLANT PURCHASES TO BE MADE BY COUNCIL 3RDER TO BE PLACED FOR SECOND 'GREYHOUND' GRADER 'A^Mtadap'fe «p-ecieL TOeet-% - ing- of the Boorowa. Shire Council it was decided to make additional purchases of plant and equipment, principal of which will be a 'Greyhound Grader at a cost of £2,600. Speaking on, the subject, the Shire Engineer' (Mr. L. St.K. Donaldson) said that Petrol Tax money received by this Council tiad increased from £2000 to £6500 in the past three years. The agitation was still being maintained by Shire and other Associations for a greater por tion of the lid per gallon tax on petrol, of which amount only 6d is being allotted to road maintenance in order to cope with grants received, Councils must have the plant to do the necessary work in the time al lotted. The Torneau gravel loader lias been in constant op aration for the past three years and will soon need a major' overhaul. This will mean the gavel gang will have no means of securing gravel. By the pur cha...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

MOW TO VOTE COUNTRY PARTY SENATE GROUP A. GROUP B. GROUP C. GROUP D. UNGROUPED. (19) DIXON, R. (11) SARIXA, R, G. (13) ASHLEY, W. P. (1) SPOONER, W. H. - 7- SPENSLBY, E. H. '(20) HEALY J. (12) FOWLER, J. B. (14) ARMSTRONG, J, I. so\ Drm An - 8- ANSTEE, B, C. (21)) BAILES, J. W. * (15) ARNOLD, J. J. -5c JST/iViim i a (9) LANG. J. T. (22) ROSS, E. A. (16) GRAND, D. McL. (o) McLALLUM, J. A. (10) WEBB, W. G. (23) SIMM, M. E. (17) ARMOUR, S. K. (4) TATE, J. P. (24) CONNORS, C. G. , (18). LARGE, W. J. (5) McMULUN, A. 1VL ? (6)KIRKBY,T.F. ? REMEMBER to put a NUMBER in EVERY SQUARE (as above) or your Vote will be Informal. E HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES How To Vote Chas. Anderson [i] ANDERSON, Charles Groves Wright [2] FULLER, Arthur Nieberding Authorised by BEN WENKE, Campaign Director, Cootamundra.

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ZONING OF SHIRE ROAD GANGS AND PLANT APPROVED Expenditure Of Proceeds From Special Rate Discussed [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

ZONING OF SHIRE ROAD GANGS AND PLANT APPROVED Expenditure Of Proceeds From Special Rate Discussed After consideration of reports submitted by the Shire Clerk (Mr. C. W. Kenny - and Shire Engineer (Mr. L. St.K. Donaldson) at last Monday's special meeting of Boorowa Shire Council, it was decided that the' zoning system of maintenance as outlined by the Engineer, and the allocation of expenditure from proceeds of the Special Rate be accept ed in principle for the present year, subject to adjustments as found -necessary. ?The Engineer tabled a map .showing several zones wherein the various gangs and plant would work, and also the amounts proposed to be spent from the Local Rate proceeds. Apart from this money, he' said, there is also the proceeds from the General Rate of 6d. in the £ on the U.C.V. His aim in making the sug gested zones was to work out an area wherein the rates received would be equitably spent — and also to give such areas a self centred unit each, j The idea is a .flex...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

BE PREPARED for that black out. Stribley's have Kayen and Tilly Lamps in stock. Be early!

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Boorowa Golf Associates [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Boorowa Golf Associates On Wednesday last (An zac Day) 24 couples played a Canadian Mixed Four somes under practically ideal conditions. The course was- in excellent order and very few people had trouble with the 'rough.' The winners of this event were Mrs. A. Bobbin and Mr. Ray Sullivan on. the count hack from Mrs. M. 0'Ha.ra and Mr. R. Lindsay with nett 59's. FIRST ROUND OF MEDAL COMPETITION ' Next Wednesday's competi- . bion will be an 18 Holes Stroke, the first round of the Medal Competition. The draw is as ? follows: — M. McMahon v. E. Flannery. . . ~— M: Wood v, .E. .ThwPBoniiJ^i^g^ R. Denning 'v. M. ¥bung. T. Sullivan v. E' Dowling. D. MoCabe v. E. Shell. I. O'Hara v. M. Dwyer. J. O'Donnell v. E. Fahey. A. Thomas v. P. Keif. V. Williams v. B. Lindsay. A. Edwards v. G. Smith. P. McCormack v. M. Berry. D. Becker y. M. Emery. M. Liggins' v. M. Corcoran. Any player not being able to play in this event please ring SECRETARY. Phone 268.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

FOR SALE: Silent Knight Kero. Refrigerator, as new. Price £50. Inspect at the Wynall Cycle Depot, Pudman Street.

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Boorowa Linesman Refuses To Continue Sensational Incident At Young Football Match [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Boorowa Linesman Refuses To Continue Sensational Incident At Young Football Match There was a sensational incident in Sunday's first-grade match between Boorowa and Young, at Young, when lines man, L. Bayley (of Boorowa) declined to continue after he had reported two Young players and alleged they had made remarks to which he objected, it is understood that tne linesman wanted one of the players sent off and that Referee Webster, of Cootamundra, refused to take this action. First, Mr. Bayley went in and reported Young's captain, S. Hobson, to Mr. Webster after lie had tackled an opponent. Within a matter of seconds Mr. Bayley was back on the field and he informed the referee that Hobson had made a re mark which he resented. Mr. Webster this time cautioned the Young captain. Boorowa had just previously been given a free-kick and when Mr. Bayley was taking up his position near the posts he sud denly ran back, with flag rais ed, and told Mr. Webster that player Bernard has spoken to hi...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

STBIBLEFS f The Hardware Specialists w ' '' * ??*?? ??.???? '.-#. 'STANLEY PLANES . SQUARES . BREAST _ . ??? and HAND DRILLS . SPIRIT LEVELS. ? BENCH GRINDERS . HAND SAWS . TOOL BOXES . PANEL SAWS . BEVELS. ? SHIFTING SPANNERS (6in. to 36in.). ? SETS S.A.E. aud WHITFORD SPANNERS. ? SOCKET SETS . CHISELS . FILES. ? ANVILS (28 lb. to 112 Ib.) . FORGES . FARRIERS' TOOLS. ? BRACE aud BITS ,. WIRE CUTTERS . WIRE STRAINERS . SPUD BARS. ? SHOVELS . MATTQCKS . PICKS. ? PIPE CUTTERS . PIPE WRENCHES. 1 ? STOCKS AND DIES— all sizes I ? TROWELS . FLOATS . GROOVERS. I ? BRICK BOLSTERS . BRICK TOR. ? HARNESS . HARNESS WARE. A HUGE NEW SHIPMENT OF HARDWARE ON DISPLAY. neil i 'mm GENERAL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT BOX 9. BOOROWA. BOX 9.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

,-;??? ?? ? ' ? 'pm ?ir- - ?? ?. - . ^ We carry die \ latest* styles - Shirts stribley;s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

:g-i~^' ?:'.'* ..-.?'.. ;i '? ''- ./? , -. ,. \ NEW SHIPMENT of Now on DiBplay at STBIBLEY*S OF BOOROWA. for full value and Satisfaction.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Gun crew of a 25-pounder demonstr^i^^ of the gun at a recent practice shoot at a C.M.F. camp. There are grtiPbppbriwnities for C.M.F. personnel in the Royal Australian Artillery. ?£'*'§&$!§'&' ' . ? Srj — *; JBi. -Tl A.U' ? ? ? ? ?

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SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL FOLLOWS SURVEY OF ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

SPECIAL MEETING OF COUNCIL FOLLOWS SURVEY OF ROADS At a special meeting of Boorpwa Shire Council held on Monday evening last following a survey of Shire roads, covering 88 miles by Councillors of all Ridings, the follow ing programme was adopted for the year 1952 in connection with the- Commonwealth Aid Koad worics and I he allocation of £7,550 on works deemed as absolutely necessary and in which all Councillors were unanimous. The amounts allotted to the various roads and order of prior ity were decided as follows: . (1) -Heathfield Road . . . £800 (2) Kenyu Road ? 1000 (3) Gunnary-Taylor's Flat 1500 (4) Brial Road ? 750 (5) Kenny's Creek Road . 1000 (6) Frogmore-Rye Park . 750 (7) Campbellfield's Road . 750 (8) Kenyu-Rossi ? 500 (9) Ballyryan Road . .. 500 Total .. .. £7550 The President (Cr. A. G. Gor ham) said that, whilst certain sections of roads cost more to put in order than others, he con sidered that the greater part of allocation money in the past had been spent in 'patch...

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