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

RUGBY MEMORIAL FUND. A DATE TO REMEMBER THE UNVEILING OF RUGBY MEMORIAL GATES By Lt.-Gol. C. Anderson, V.C., Saturday, 19th May, at 3 p.m. All Service personnel and the Public generally are cordially invited to attend. Tea Served. Dance to Follow. Good Music, Floor and Supper L. T. GORHAM, Hon. Sec. GOLF PROFESSIONAL VTSlTINg BOOROWA MR. CH AS. OftA^t Professional Golfer, will be visiuhg Boorowa shortly. Appointafehts J§&/\ ^e made ..with Mr. j-au ^Aflr^Bobbin, Secretary, BoorcwaGolf i^Iub.

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

AUCTION SALE FRIDAY, 11th MAY, 1951, at 3 p.m. W. M. DWYER & COMPANY, under instructions from H. M. and M. ROCHFORT, will sell by Public Auction at their office on the above date: — BRICK COTTAGg PARK STREET BOOROWA. Comprising Two Bedrooms, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom, Laundry; Electric Light; 2 1,000 Gallon Tanks attached. Town Water Supply connected. Garage. VACANT POSSESSION ON COMPLETION. W. M. Dwyer & Company, Boorowa LICENSED AUCTIONEERS. YOUNG (NSW.) — r- J. A.' BARTON & CO.'s Special Stock Sale TUESDAY NEXT, Lt MAY, at 2 p.m. 6060 GOOD SHEEP 6000 100 — FAT AND JsTORE CATTLE — 100 Practically the whole yarding coming in for Outright Sale. 700 MERINO WETHERS, 4-tooth, 1 mark, 'Avondale' (River ina) bred; Aug. shorn, /clean woolled; excellent quality and good condition. | 650 CORRIEDALE WETHERS, 1 year, 1 mark, from 'Spring Valley,' Oct. shorn; pery well grown and splendid con dition. J 471 CORRIEDALE EWEif, from 'Stanley Park,' comprising:. 80 Rising 2 y...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOOROWA DISTRICT SATURDAY TENNIS COMPETITION First Round Commences [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

BOOROWA DISftlCT SATURDAY TENNIS COMPETITION / First Round Commences Play in the Bo-?rowa Dis trict Saturday Tennis com menced last week-end. Only ,two matches were con tested which resulted in wins for Frogmore and Bala*, teams. Other matches .set down were postponed through rain, Jjetween Kangiara and Numby Jlnd Rye Park and Rugby Hurricanes. Bala had a comfortable win over Rugby Aces in ttieir match played at Bala. winning by 13 sets, 85 games tjf 5 sets 61 games. . ;, Rye Park Welco&e team were defeated by Frogirfpre 13 sets to 5. V POINTS SCORE-~N Bala ? 3 Frogmore ? 3; Kangiara ? 2 Numby ? /2 Rye Park ? / 2 Rugby Hurricanes . ./ 2 Rye Park Welcome ./ 1 Rugby Aces ..../. 1 Secretaries of the Various Clubs are requested! to for ward the results of matches played for publication J in these columns not later tnan ' Tuesday of each week/ DRAW FOR FIRST ROUND April 28th: ( Rugby Aces v. Numby k ? Kangiara y. Rugby Hurncphes Rye Park v. R.P. Welcome. Frogmore v. Bala. /

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON THE LINKS. RESULTS OF WEEK-END MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

PN THE LINKS. RESULTS OF WEEK-EfiD MATCHES . ? ? / Conditions last week-end M ere ideal for golf with the result that / on both days quite a large gathering of players todk the field. The course is now in first class condition and with a good strike of clover, etc., now evi dent, in a /very short time the appearancelof the links will be most attractive. On SaturdaySast a Par Han dicap event was^\ staged for both Grades. The! 'A' Grade was won by Dick Ryan on the count back from Aflstin Bobbin, with both players finishing square. The 'B'/Grade went to KSSin Doust, with 2 down. i-fin' Sunday/ an 18 Holes Stableford evjent was competed for. This resulted in some ex cellent card! again being re turned and lhe__results were fairly close. TheSA' Grade was won by Jim Whalfe with 36 points. / PAR HANDICAP 'A' GRADfi. R; Ryan, square/ A. A. Bobbin, square. R. E. Lindsay/ 5 down. A. F. Woodj/5 down. 3. R. Whale/ 6 down. H. Thompson, 6 down. A. C; Young, 8 down. T. G. Thomson, 9 down. B. G. Bo...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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REID'S FLAT NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

?in ? iiiiiiiiiiiiiirtiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiitiiiiiiiiiiii^i I REID'S FLAT NEWil imiFROM OUR-CORRESPdlsrDENr«i The Hall dance on Friday night last went off very nicely, everyone; enjoying themselves. 3lTe organisers were disappointed with the crowd, which could certain ly tare -lieen larger. No duubt the tad weather, to gether win a rajf Ball in Boor owa and one raCrookwell, was one of the .main reasons of at tendance not being larger. An excellent Isupper was serv ed by the ladies and the decora tions in the dance hall were ad mired by all present. Doug. Southwell's orchestra kept the dancers moving Vnerrily until the early hours. Tlie music was quite good, but wel have often heard better music from this fine orchestra. J A dozen cordials «vere dispos ed of by competition and were won by Tom Ne^htm, of Wyan gala Dam. '*''/ Some very niqe frocks were worn by: Mrs. Jaaurice Taylor, black moire 'taffeta, with white l...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Member For Hume And National Training LABOR'S DISTORTION OF SERVICE ACT [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Member For Hume And National Training LABOR'S DISTORTION OF SERVICE ACT/ 'All fair piinded people, whatever their political color, must entertain a feeling of repugnance /when a political party stoops \so low as to deliberately (Misrepresent their opponent's case,' said the Member for Hilme, Lt.-Col. C. G. W. Anderson.TM.H.R., to-day. [ 'If truth and sincerity of purpose are\ to be prostituted for political gain of a few votes,' said CofiyAnderson, 'then I feel it is time for Australian people to curb those who so debase our polii cs.' \ He said he was referring to Labor's distprtion o ' the Nation al Service Act. 'The National Service Act provides that when a youth at tains the age of 18 he must re ceive military tr lining, for home defence. If 1 e wishes to serve in either the tir Force or the Navy he will then be re quired to voluntet : to serve overseas. 'This is an abso utely volun tary choice, and if he does not so desire, he may fi lfil his duty in the Army which is limited t...

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

' '. . ' -^PfRS' , f Mr. arid Mrs.! Jim ' Dickson, with sons Terrji Michael vand Robert, are speeding, a well earned holiday at manly. Mrs. Ella Fogg, \ilso at Man iy, is staying withYher sister, Mrs. Tom O'Neill, of \he Munic ipal Baths. \ Visiting the district ifter sev eral years' absence is ]|nid Mad digan, from Newcastle,' Enid is the niece of Mrs. Mick Murphy. Also visiting Mrs., jlurphy is her daughter, Glynn, /son-in-law Cliff, and little grandson Mich ael, of Leeton. j Mr. and Mrs. 'Snow' Mew burn have returned [home after a short stay at 'Drjrburgh,' the home of 'Snow's' parents. Home after a mosV enjoyable trip of one month \pent on 'Aussie' Tours to Aaelaide is Miss Irene Croker. \

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

TENNIS Two tournamentsXhave' been held on the local tennis courts recently, both showing good profits. The last one! was won by Mr. Wally Banks land Mrs. Claude Fogg. / A tournament is Ao be held to-morrow (Election Day) . There is sure to be/a lot of en tries, so players, /come, along early to save disappointment.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

PRINTING ORDERS FOR ALL your Printing: Letter heads, Receipt Books, Docket Books, Account Forms, Labels, Programmes, Tickets, etc., let us quote you. Boorowa News Printery. Phone 20.

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

??-??? - * *. «$91 !; A SPLENDID RANGE OF ... ,j|3J |! LOUNGE & BEDROOM SUITES):! ;! NOW ON DISPLAY. j! j i) Also Just Arrived — a Consignment of j' . ij Inner Spring Mattresses ji *n !? Secure Now — Before Prices Jucrease. j| jj Available Now: '! I; WHITE PORCELAIN ENAMEL BATH TUBS \\ j! LOUNGE SUITE SPEGIAL.— A particularly well \\ j! constructed Three-piece Loose Cushion LOUNGE {' ? | SUITE, featuring Sprung Platforms and Inner- j! I |_Spring Loose Cushions. English Genoa Velvet Cov- '! ;? eriugs. Outstanding Value at .. .. .. £59/10/-. «| ? ! CHROME BEDSTEADS.— All complete with Wire J; ? | Mattresses suitable for soft or inner-spring mat- ji I 1 tresses. 4ft. 6in. size will he arriving shortly. ?! ?! CEDAR BEDROOM SUITE (and Butt Maple), in !' j! the latest designs Last word in BEDROOM Suites. I1 «[ SOFT BEDDING. — Let us- quote you. Inspect our j! I1 range. . . ?[ ?j INNER SPRING MATTRESSES, available in 3ft., !? j! 3ft. 6'in. and 4ft. 6in. sizes — by leading makers: I...

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

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

Readers are reminded that a Juvenile Ball will be held in the Guild Hall, Boorowa, on Thurs day 'night, May 3. READ TO-DAY'S ADVTS. IN THE 'NEWS'

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AIRCRAFT LANDING GROUND AT BOOROWA [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

AIRCRAFT LANDING GROUND AT BOOfrOWA At last week's meeting of Boorowa Shire Council the Shire Clerk (Mr. C. W. Kenny) re ported that he had not received any reply from Mr. W. T. Mer riman in connection/with Coun cil's furth'er letter pe interview ing him on the site. of the pro posed Aircraft Emergency Land ing Ground at Bporowa, The Clerk was instructed to endeav our to contact Mr. nferriman by phone for the purposevof final ising the matter. \

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COMMON HAS A HOSPITAL TO GIVEAWAY [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

COOLAMON HAS A HOSPITAL TO GIVEAWAY ? The Riverina town of Cool amon, a : township with a population' of 2,500 people, with a rich district, has a fine brick hospital it cannot give awaV. The hospital is out of use, and the community wants to have it re-opene«las an outpost of the Junee Hospital, so that patients will no longer have to travel to Junee or Marrandera. But the trustees cannot legal ly give it away evenAo the Hos pitals Commission. As they hold, it in trust. / To a proposal tWat they should sell it to the Commission and then give the /money back to the Commissiog, the Crown Sol icitor has objected that this would not beia bona-fide sale. The CoolamVinProgress Asso ciation has decftted^ to send a deputation to the Crown law au thorities. _ /

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"THOUGHT HE WOULD KILL ME" [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

'THOUGHT HE WOULD KILL ME' 'I told Mr. Catts the truth,' ,she saitl. 'I thought Charlie Merritt was going to kill me. He was mad with drink and I was terrified of him.' No other evidence was offer ed. His Honor explained to the jury powers that a judge had to discharge a jury if he was satisfied a nominal punishment would be sufficient. Such a de cision acted as an acquittal. In the present instance, said Judge Lamaro, he thought it would be very difficult for the jury to find the case proved be yond reasonable doubt. He then discharged the jury and acquitted the accused.

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ADDITIONAL TAXI LICENCE FOR BOOROWA Not Warranted At Present Says Transport Dept. [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

ADDITIONAL TAXI LICENCE FOR BOOROWA Not Warranted At Present Says Transport Dept. In a letter to last meeting of Boorowa Shire Council the Department of Trans port stated that after ob taining reports it was con sidered that an additional taxi licence for Boorowa was not warranted at the present time. On the motion of Crs.' Pahey and Kelly it was decided to write to the Department and advise that the Council was satisfied that local traffic needs 3ustify the additional licence asked for, and re-consideration of their decision be sought.

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TWO JURORS CHALLENGED [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

rVVO JURORS CHALLENGED During the empanelling of the jury the accused exercised her right of challenge in two in stances. When outlining the (Jrown case, Mr. Kelly said it was al leged the accused had hit Mer ritt with a shovel and then with the blunt edge of an axe. The accused had told the police that Merritt had often 'belted' her and that on this occasion he had 'made a go at her' and she had hit him because she was fright ened. Previously she had stated that when she returned from a swim she found Merritt lying dead on the floor, with the dresser resting1 on his head. . Describing deceased's head wounds. Dr. W. F. L. Liggins, of Boorowa, said one of them could have been- caused through deceased falling and striking his head on the corner of a cup board. Clara Merritt, deceased's wid ow, was the next witness. Under cross-examination by Mr. Viz zard, she said her husband was very quarrel some*when in drink. On one such occasion he had thrown a lamp at the accused and cut her fore...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AXE AND SHOVEL AS EXHIBITS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

AXE AAD SHOVEL AS EXHIBITS Evidence was next given by Consts. J. D. Arantz and B. C. Tiemey, of Boorowa. Stating he had taken possession of the axe and shovel that were now in Court as exhibits, Const. Tier ney said he had found hairs and bloodstains on the axe head. Cross-examined by the Pub lic Defender, witness said Mer ritt was a nasty man in dirnk. At hjs residence he (witness) had found tissue on the sharp corner of an overturned dress er. Det.-Sergt. R. J. Catt, of Goulburn, said the accused had told him she struck Merritt with the shovel and axe. She had added: '1 did not mean to kill him; I only, wanted to stun him, so he would not assault me and would leave me alone in future.' Witness said he had removed hairs from the axe and from de ceased's head, and had taken them and other exhibits down to the Board of Health for ex amination by the Government microbiologist. When the hearing was resum ed on Wednesday, Det.-Sergt. Catt returned to the witness box. In reply to a quest...

Publication Title: Boorowa News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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U.C.V. OF WAR SERVICE SETTLEMENT LANDS [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

U.C.V, OF WAR SERVICE SETTLEMENT LANDS 'The Unimproved Capital Values of War Service Settlement Lands at Boor owa is approximately the same as other lands of a similar nature.' This was stated by the Shire Clerk (Mr. C. W. Kenny) at last week's meeting of Boorowa Shire in reply to a question by Cr.'J. P. McGrath. Mr. Kenny said that Soldier settlers of the Kenyu-Goba Ck. area appealed several years ago against their values but subse quently withdrew the appeals. 'Values,' he said, 'have been slightly decreased since, al though values of other lands had been subject of annual in creases.

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Coloured Woman Acquitted on Manslaughter Charge Judge Lamaro Exercises Special Powers At Young Quarter Sessions [Newspaper Article] — Boorowa News — 27 April 1951

Coloured Woman Acquitted On Manslaughter Charge Judge Lamaro Exercises Special Powers At Young Quarter Sessions Taking the case out of the jury's hands, His Honor Judge Lamaro at the Young Quarter Sessions on Wed nesday of last week acquitted a quarter-cast aboriginal woman who had been charged with the manslaughter oi another aboriginal, The hearing was commenced on the previous day. - The accused was Julie Anne Collett. She was charged with having feloniously slain Charlie Merritt at his resdenee, 'Glenniore,' three miles from Boor owa, on December 19 last. A plea of not guilty was en tered. , The Crown Prosecutor was Mr. D. F. Kelly. The Public Defender, Mr. F. W. Vizzard, appeared for the accused. He was instructed by Mr. V. P. Dwyer, of Boorowa..

Publication Title: Boorowa News
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