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NO UNDER 18 YEARS FOOTBALL COMP. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

NO UNDER 18 YEARS FOOTBALL COMP. The proposed Under 18 foot ball competition, was rejected at the Group Nine meeting. Vot ing was 12-12. The chairman, Mr. Ted Chandler, who sponsor ed the competition, would not exercise his right of a casting vote, and the issue was decided by a 'draw for the hat.' Little 'Joan' watches the , birdie during an X-ray. The daughter of a patient at the. Eva Hordern Red Cross Hospital for expect ant tubercular mothers at Strathfleld. She is one of many Jhundreds of little girls to be X-rayed nt the out-patients' clinic.

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

CUPS FOR INDIVIDUAL COMPETITION H. M. Boucher Cup (Highest Tump by Girl): June Holgate. J. Thomas Cup (Highest Points Score by Boy or Girl, Country School): Mavis Honey Reid. R. Geary Cup (Boys' Open 100 Yards Championship) : Paddy Donohoe. Girls: Delia South well. H. H. Waters Cup (Girls' 75 Yards Open Championship): Mavis Honeyfield. A. P. Webb (220 Yards Open Championship) : Paddy Donohoe. Rye Park P. and C. Cup (Highest Points Score by Boy under 10 Years) : Michael Tier ney. N. S. Stribley Cup (Highest Points Score by Boy or Girl under 14 Years): Delia South Southwell. Patron's Cup (Highest Points Score by Boy) : Paddy Donohoe. Highest Points Score by Girl: Mavis Honeyfield. Dr. J. S. LeFevre Cup (High est Points -Score by Girl under 10 Years): June Hill;

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCHOOLS' JUBILEE SPORTS Meeting' Held In Dull Weather [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

SCHOOLS' Mm SPOBfS - ? ?'?. ' -. ??' I- \ .'?-'? ??' ; .-- ? - - ' ?? '?? -'???? ?' Meeting' M In Dull Weather As part of the Jubilee Celebrations on Wednesday of last week, football and basketball contests were held between various teams representing' the Boorowa Con vent School and the Central School. The weather was anything but . promising in 'the morning, but later- cleared and an excellent day's en tertainment was provided. The opportunity' was also taken to decide some of the events which had been post poned from the Combined Schools Sports held last Feb ruary. . ? It was unfortunate that all country schools could not be present owing to the rain. Ap parently some were advised not to come as chances of carrying out the day's programme ap peared hopeless. This was un fortunate as some schools were thus deprived of the opportun ity to compete. FOOTBALL The Boorowa Convent School again displayed its great super iority in this sport and had run away wins in all divisions ex cept ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRIDAL GOWN OF FRENCH MOIRE FAILLE Popular Young Boorowa Couple Wed. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

BRIDAL GOWN OF ' FRENCH MOIRE FAILLE Poplar Young Baorawa Couple Wed. The marriage of Esther Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. A. S. Tilden, of Boorowa, and Kevin Pat rick, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs, P. J. Here ward, also of Boorowa, was solemnised at Nuptial Mass in St. Patrick's Church, Boorowa, on April 3rd, by the Rev. Fr. O'Riordan. To the strains of the 'Wedd- ing March,' the bride entered the church on the arm of her father, who subsequently gave her away. The bride's full length frock of white French moire faille featured a pannier hip-line and ninon yoke, A Rhinestone and sequin-sprinkled Juliet cap held in place her 3-tiered finger length veil; she carried a bou quet of white carnations and tuberoses. Ballerina-length frocks of but tercup broderie anglaise, effect ing very full skirts, and deeply ' scalloped drape^necklines, were worn by the bridesmaids, Misses Paula Hereward and Margaret Tilden; their bouquets and matching head-dress were of yellow roses and...

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

CUPS IN PERPETUAL COMPETITION Public School Cup (Boys' Re lay Race, Town): Boorowa Con vent. Public School Cup: (Girls' Re lay Race, Town): Boorowa Cen tral. Frogmore P. and C. Cup (Girls' Relay Race, Country): Frogmore. Illyria P. and C. Cup (Boys' Relay Race, Country): Frog more. Murphy Bros. Cup (High Jump, Girls): Boorowa Central. O. W. Bums Cup (Boys' High Jump): Boorowa Convent. - E. H. Lawler Cup (March Past, Town): Boorowa Central. Rye Park P. and C. Cup . (March Past, Country): Mur ringo Convent. T. A. Cusack Cup (Ball Games, Country) : Murringo Convent. ? W. T. Fahey Cup (Ball Games, Town): Boorowa Convent. Kangiara P. and C. Cup (Points Score Footraces; Town) : Boorowa Convent. Boorowa Teachers' Federation Cup (Points Score Footraces, Country): Rye Park. Fisher's Creek P. and C. Cup (Points Score, Country Schools, Second Prize): Murringo Con vent. Empire Theatre Cup tTotal Points Score, All Schools, Sec ond Prize): Boorowa Central.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WINNERS OP TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

WINNERS OF TROPHIES. A. A. Patroni Shield (Highest Points Score by any School): Boorowa Convent. Thompson, Cup (Highest Points Score by Country School) Rye Park. ? ... Walton Cup (Highest Points Score by any Town School): Boorowa Convent.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Impressive Ceremony At Central School Presentation Of Jubilee Flag [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Impi^ssive Gefenaony At C^ntiM School Presentation Of .Jubilee..- Flag On Wednesday morning last week, before the as sembled pupils of the Boorowa Central School and a contingent from Bye Park, the Australian Flag pre sented to the school by the Commonwealth Govern ment was displayed and blessed with impressive sol emnity. ' . Though the weather was damp and threatening there was quite a sprinkliug of parents and citizens of ?Boorowa and Bye Park in attendance when the Head master of the Central School (Mr. W. Curtis) gave the opening address. Mr. Curtis emphasised par ticularly that there is more in life than the purely physical things such as working, eating, sleeping and playing, that we must realise there are spiritual values to be considered. Sueh feelings as love of God, love of our country, loyalty to our King and the British Commonwealth of Nations must play an import ant part in our lives. These the pledge. 'I honor my God, emotions are well expressed in I serve my King. I ...

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

EMPIRE THEATRE [RESERVATIONS . . ... AT WEEDEN'S STORE — OR 'PHONE 72. THIS SATURDAY, 28th APRIL. 'Two Texas Knights' A festive Technicolour musical round-up, starring DENNIS MORGAN, JACK CARSON and DOROTHY MALONE. Sup ported by ... 'The Clay Pigeon' A suspense stary with a sledge-hammer sock! Starring BILL WILLIAMS and BARBARA HALE. FOX AUSTRALIAN NEWS — AND SHORTS. * NEXT WEDNESDAY, 2nd MAY. 'Green Grass Of Wyoming' A story of the new West. Told with all the excitement of the great outdoors — in technicolour — and starring PEGGY CUMMINS, CHARLES COBURN, ROBERT ARTHUR and BURL IVES. Supported by ... Sleeping Car To Trieste A thousand miles of thrills . . drama . . romance and ex citement! . Starring JEAN KENT and ALBERT LIEVEN. FOX INTERNATIONAL NEWS — AND SHORTS. ? NEXT SATURDAY, 5th MAY: 'EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE.' . A thrilling new romantic drama starring Barbara Stanwyck. James Mason, Van Heflin and Ava Gardner. Supported by 'SMART GIRLS DON'T TALK,' the tapped wire story of to-day...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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BOOROWA BABY HEALTH CLINIC [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

BOOROWA BABY HEALTH CLINIC The Sister will not be in at tendance at the Boorowa C.W.A. CLINIC until Wednesday, 23rd May, as the next two Clinic days are Public Holidays.

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CHARLES ANDERSON, (M.H.R.) Final Message To The Electors Of Hume [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

CHARLES ANDERSON, (M.H.R.) Final Message To The Electors Of Hume' Yout the electors of Hume, elected the Menzies-Fadden Government to Office, with a mandate. Labor flouted your authority. The Government, of which I am a member, can and will carry out that man date, if you again give us the authority. This is the time for a strong and resolute Govern ment. The principal issue is again Communism. We are pledged --Ho deal with this great threat to our de fence and to our economy. As long as Communists control our key industries* we cannot effectively pro ceed with defence prepara tions, nor can any Govern ment prevent prices rising. Prices are .rising because of the shortage of goods — under-production. The Com munist knows this and this is his objective, to weaken our defence, to destroy our economy for his Russian masters. T Labor, torn with dissen sion, cannot offer you a stable Government, and his tory has proved Labor can not deal with Communism. The G4&g§fe}ent should be ...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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SOCIALISED FARMING Some Observations On British Agriculture [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

SOCIALISED FARMING Some Observations On British Agriculture (By E. E. Sommerlad. M.L.C.. Chairman of the Australian Country Party (N.S.W.), who is at present in the United Kingdom.) It is a great* regret to me that I am out of Australia when this vital Federal election is being held. Nev erthelessr 1 believe one can iret a better appreciation of the real issues involved if he is at a distance, and thus removed from the local and personal factors which so often obscure the things that matter. For the last month I have been living on a farm in the south of England, with the de liberate intention of seeing for myself, at first hand, something of* the problems of British agri culture. I also wanted to find out what the people on the land are thinking— what are their views on world trends, and in | particular what they think of i his new England that has arisen under Socialist rule. As a result I have come to two very definite conclusions. The first is that socialised farming is somethin...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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STATE MEMBER BACK FROM SEA TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

STATE MEMBER BACK FROM SEA TRIP Mr. Fred J. Cahill, M.L.A., accompanied by Mrs. Cahill and their son, Paul, returned to Kvrinev this week after a pleas ant trip aboard the 'Westralia.' After a brief stay in South Aus tralia they journeyed through the drought-stricken ^arts of western Victoria to Port Fairy, and thence to Melbourne. They reached Sydney in time for Mr. Cahill to attend Wednesday's sitting of Parliament. With the adjournment of the House, Mr. Cahill, with the concurrence of his medical adviser, will carry out the itinerary prepared for him by the A.L.P. Executive for the Federal Election campaign. He arrived at Young this morn ing where he will speak before going on to Temora, accompan ied by Mr. A. G. Enticknap, M.L.A., the Member for Mur rumbidgee.

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

Una nUnnlllii LUjIj PORDSON '°''^; A£ ^m #J«Jy^ iiillillllllp! jriM^fe^^F^gfe tfinUUn J 1°^' disc HARRow'NG . Fordson Major has the power to haul the larger sized M f ^MjEjaSS* I /tm&itBBBrfi ploughs and other cultivating implements through 'tough wluikfwKKpjp^BSSEBBBKiFj spots' and set the work done on time. '?'? ' 1 r SOWING Fordson Major is reducing field operations for many I farmers, thereby saving labour and substantially cutting G^&mhJ&So&ms working costs. With a maximum 29 h.p. at drawbar, ^'frwrvSSs!j™«2jflHl|ff - -32.5 h.p. on belt pulley, and a conveniently located power .'''?'.'' '?'''?' .-'T^ml^^^, take off, Fordson Major provides unlimited opportunities HARVESTING for power application at every season of the year. Full particulars and illustrated literature are available ^6^?%^^^^^^ from your Fordson Dealer. YiSm^Mln&r^^^mf A. J, ADAMS V HAY BALING I FORD SERVICE STATION \- / MARSDEN ST — BOOROWA ~ 'PHONE 78. ^ ? -'^

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SCHOOL SPORTS AT BIGGA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

SCHOOL SPORTS AT BIGGA Places gained by the child ren at a Combined Sports Meet ing at Bigga. Several different schools were present, including Crpokwell, Binda, Five Mile Tree, Bigga and Reid's Flat. JUNIORS. Boys' Heat: knthony Taylor 2nd. Girls' Heat: Beveriey Moor by 3rd. Egg and Spoon Race (Boys): Darrell Taylor 1, Barry Writer Junior Egg and Sboon Race: Anthony Taylor. / Junior Girls' Eggf and Spoon Race: Gloria Fogjf 1, Beverley Moorby 2. / Senior Boys' Fgg and Spoon Race: Ross Fogg. Senior Potato Race: Peter Taylor 1, Roes! Fogg 2. ? Boys' 100/Yatds: Laurie Tay lor 2. x \ Boys' 75 YardsrSioss Fogg 3. Boys' 50 Yards: Ffeter Taylor 3. J Boys' 50 Yards (Hfeat 2): L. Writer 2. / Girls' 40 Yards fFinalU: Bev erley Moorby 1 . / Girls' 40 Yardsr( Final): Gloria Fogg 3. / Girls' Hon/-Step and Jump: Beverley Mrforby 2. Girls' SInp: Beverley Moor by 2. f Girls' Slgro: Helen Writer 1. Girls' Egg^and Spoon (Fin al) : Gloria Fog^2. Girls' 220 Yards. Final: Bev erley Moorby 2. j Junior Gi...

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

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

ADVERTISEMENT Mecomse Powerful (MED Unions Support EJahor Lab'dp politicians are afraid to 'get tough' witH Communist Union leaders. Labor leans heavily on wealthy Red Unions f orfinrnteial support. Fox this reason:— y* Labor Opposes Sftret Ballots Chifley and Evatt protect Communists but refuse Unionists the Secret Ballot p/oteciionw/uc/i Union ists waste J FOR IUBAL SECBET JMALOTS vote{^ Liberal or CouiitryJParty 3€ake a Certainty of The Senate ? Au,l,0,Uti by Ben Dnie. Secretary, Sone Drmncmcr l.nfur, 12 Sprint St., .SyJnfv^^^gn^Pg^OffaiittatiaB. ?

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

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FROGMORE RURAL CO-OP. SOCIETY LIMITED. TENDER FOR TRAILER [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

FROGMORE RU[RAL CO-OP. SOCIETY: LIFTED. TENDER FOR TRAILER TENDERS are invited for the purchase of the undermentioned item of plant, now lying at the Machinery ODepot, Frogmore, and wiucn may be inspected on application to the Secretary^ Phone Frogmore 17. ONE FOUR-WHEELED TRAILER Low slung, table size 16ft. x 9ft., of H section steel construc tion,' with tongue and groove hardwood floor. Ground clear ance is 26 inches, and is shod with two new 32 x 6 Tyres on the front and. two 20-inch diam eter Hard Rubber Tyres on rear. Item is fully sprung, equipped with air brakes, and with trac tor hitch. This trailer has a carrying capacity of approximately four tons. ' ??? ' Trailer has had little use and is in good condition. Tenders should be in Sealed Envelopes, clearly marked 'Tender for Trailer,' addressed to the Secretary, Frogmore Rur al Co-operative Society Ltd., Frogmore, and will be' received up till 4 p.m. on 10/5/1951. The highest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. M. J. BO...

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

NO COMPETITION MATCHES NEXT SUNDAY Owing to the triallmatches at Cootamundra next Sunday, all Sroup Nine Competition match »s set down for this\ week-end lave been postponed \intil the following Sunday.

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