"Jim Porter" (born 1949) is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1970s. He played club football in the New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership with the Eastern Suburbs Roosters (with whom he won the NSWRFL season 1974/1974 premiership) and the Parramatta Eels, as well as representative football for the Australian Kangaroos/Australian national team (with whom he won the 1975 Rugby League World Cup/1975 World Cup) as well as an appearance for New South Wales City rugby league team/NSW City in 1974. Porter's position of choice was on the Rugby league positions#Wing/wing, primarily on the left wing.

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[Greenbackville is low, but Franklin was] shaped like a bowl, ... By the time we got down there to 'em, they were cold people.

We felt quite sure we had a verbal commitment, but it never made the [agency's] budget. They had cuts at the time. They had every intention of following through on that, but as with any federal budget these commitments don't often materialize.

It may have merit because we realize we will never fund this on admissions.

[Outside town, farmer Charles Pilchard made a sacrifice to help people.] He had a right brand new tractor, ... He put a farm cart behind it and came through all that salt water taking people out. After it was all over with, the tractor was ruined.

We talked about staying focused on the offensive end. I think we did a good job of coming out sharp; the ladies did a good job of not slacking off.

[The withdrawal] doesn't mean we're not going to do an offering, it means, frankly, that we don't need to have an offering right now.

People have died. Lives have been changed. Property has been destroyed. Yet, a group of trial lawyers are using this disaster, not as a reason to help the people of this state, but instead to further their own personal agenda.

Beer joint and pool hall.

It was a tremendous amount of water -- it just kept comin' in.