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  4. Reid's Flat Mine Lease Challenged

    In the Warden's Court held at Boorowa last week, all evidence in the case brought against William Cowan for non-compliance with labour conditions on the Mark's Mine at Reid's Flat is to be forwarded to the Minister for Mines ...

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  5. TOWN TALK

    Guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hume, of "Tarengo," and their two sons for the Boorowa Picnic Races, were Mr. and Mrs. J. ...

    Article : 252 words
  6. Truck Driver Found Guilty of Driving

    In the Boorowa Court or Petty Sessions last week before Mrv.Wm. Finlay, S.M., Bertram David Johnson, labourer, of Boorowa, was fined £10 when declared guilty of driving a motor lorry under the influence of intoxicating liquor. ...

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  7. POPULAR OFFICER AND CITIZENS LEAVE

    Boorowa lost a popular and capable officer and two excellent citizens last Tuesday when First-class Constable B. ...

    Article : 324 words
  8. BOOROWA AMBULANCE

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  9. FREAK FRUIT

    On display at the popular Jean's Cafe, owned by Mrs. T. Costello, is a freak fruit—half nectarine, half peach, ...

    Article : 90 words
  10. CHURCH of ENGLAND ANNUAL BALL

    Those young ladies desirous of making their debut at the Annual Church of England Ball to be held in the Guild Hall, ...

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    Mr. Bert Crawford, former well-known resident of Boorowa, and now of Pymble, was a visitor to Boorowa Picnic Races. ...

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  12. Council Grants Land For Ambulance Site

    Boorowa Shire Council at its meeting last Friday approved the granting of the necessary land requested by the Ambulance Committee for the location of the site for the Ambulance Station and residence. ...

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  13. COUNCIL'S "GROW MORE FOOD AND FODDER" CAMPAIGN

    Because of the alarming diminution of areas in the Shire producing food and fodder Boorowa Shire Council is launching campaign to produce more food and fodder. Concillors expressed alarm at the position which has ...

    Article : 135 words
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  15. SHIRE PRESIDENT IN SYDNEY HOSPITAL

    The Shire President, Cr. A. G. Gorliam. left last week-end for Sydney where he has entered the Mater Miseracordia Hospital on the North Shore. ...

    Article : 93 words
  16. Women's Call To Prayer

    The Women's World Day or Prayer service was introduced to Boorowa recently with a simplicity and beauty that was prompted by the occasion. Women of different ...

    Article : 228 words
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  18. IROPHY FOR MOST IMPROVED PLAYER

    During his address to the Rugby League Club on Monday night Const. B. C. Tierney stated that he would ...

    Article : 98 words
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