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Strand Theatre [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
Strand Theatre What is said to bs the most pleasing picture in which Deanna Durbin has ever appeared, Universale ' Thrae Smart Girls Grow Up,' comes to the Strand Theatre, Saturday and Monday. Deanna bccame a full fledged star with her first picture, 'Three Smart Girls.' It was followed by '100 Men and a Girl,' 'Mad About Music,' and 'That Certain Age.' Each picture was hailed by critics as a b _ t : er one than its pie deces.sor. Now critics ar.d preview aud iences are claiming that 'Three Smart Girls Grow Up' is the best of the five. Recalls First Success Directed by Henry Koster, who dir ected 'Three Smart Girls' and '100 Men and a Girl.' the current offering is a happy reminder of 'Three Smart Girls.' It presents' approximately the same cast — Deanna, Charles Winninger Nella WaJker, Nan Grey, and Ernest Cossart, with the addition of Helen Parrish, Bob Cummings and William Lundigan. It will present Deanna as a slightly older youngster who tries to straighten out the tangled love ...
Infectious Diseases At Temora HEALTH INSPECTOR'S REPORT TO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
Infectious Diseases At Temora HEALTH INSPECTOR'S REPORT TO COUNCIL Two cases of infectious diseases wthin the Municipality of Temora — one of scarlet fever, the other of diphtheria — were reported to the Municipal Council by the Municipal health inspector (Mr. Hodgson) last Monday night. The inspector's report read: — During the past month two infectious disease notifications have been received, being one of scarlet fever within the Muni cipality, and another of diphtheria ad mitted to the local hospital from outside the Municipal area. In the instance of the local case, necessary disinfecting has been carried out. Other matters with which the in spector dealt in his report were:— LICENSING OF CAFES Relative to the licensing of cafes under Ordinance 69, I have to re ' port that in all instances except one applicants complied with im mediate requirements and licenses have been Issiled. In the one instance referred to, the granting of the license has been with held owing to the fact t...
O[?]ght Militia Social PRIZES AND PRESENTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
Plljt Militia ; - *' ? * . ' , PRIZES AND PRESENTATIONS Families and friends of members . o2 the Temora. SBlitia Unit sjeat a pleasant evemng in ihe Temora Parish Hall on-; Tuesday night of * j list week on the occasion cf the j Unit's annual social. Thei^wening was given to dancing tcrthe rhythm of the Sunshine. Orch estra, while betweek dances the com pany was entertained' by the singing of Miss Jess Dunn, and Messrs. L. Hill, grid L. Ripppn. ||SCJuests were welcomed to the func Won by Captain Morgan on behalf caijfre troops- of the Temora Unit, v. ho ri^Jorgan^ed the evening... - highly of the^^^^^^iiade bers of the militia in giving their time' to training for the defence of then country, ' . . During the evening prizes were pre sented to the following members of the Temora Unit: — Pte. L. F. Robinson, efficiency; Pte. A. G. Oliver, recruit with less than one year's service; Sgt. F. C. Meale, r.on-commissionsd oTEcer. Opportunity was also taken by Cap tain Morgan to present Pte....
THE MOTOR WORLD (News and N[?] from the [?]) LIMITING NOISE [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
[?] [?] [?] motor hi^s fitted to new care ?uui those-roads after October llifjjB&fee limited to ''103 fhons, w!nd-^®ated h:rns (o 105 phons.' said to be to the soundyof ajmeumatic drill 20 ft. away. ife WILL OPPOSE MOTOR TAX RISE Any move -by the St&te Government to increase motor vehicle taxation wil' be vigorously opposed bygjhe N.R.M.A. Making this announceiflR't, Mr. J. C. Watson, president of the association, said that the rumored intention of the Government to place an additional tax burden on the motor user was most alarming. 'The motor user is the milch cow for Governments.' said Mr. Watson, 'and treasurers apparently are con vinced that this cow can be milked without restraint. In registration and license fees and State taxation jjfhe motor owner pays mors than £2,500,000 a year. In ad dition more than £3,000,000 is collected hv F:d°ral Petrol Tax of 7*d. a gallon from New South Wales motorists. Nparly £6.000,000 a year is therefore, r-?ud bv 328,000 registe...
The Safety Immunisation [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
[?] [?] the various councils, has been de^fr onstrated beyond question. - Immunisation anatoxin is Health .Council of 't33^fi®^& of) Nat-: 4onsri(l931)'. iOne, bf g|;helr frasoliiil^is administrat ;tens of the different countries in-order to- bring home to everyone the ad vantages of this method of protection in safe-guarding the public health.' It is also recommended by the Min istry of Health,. England, and by the Federal Health Council of Australia. Would such authorities recommend anything of this nature unless per fectly sure of its safety and effective ness? Anatoxin (the material at present being used for immunisation in New South Wales) is prepared chemically. It is so prepared that it evokes an immunity response without having any injurious effect on the child. The anatoxin after rigorous tests is put up in hermetically sealed ampoules of a single dose for each child so that no contamination of the material can occur. TEN MILLION IMMUNISED In the last few years abou...
Increase In Electricity Consumption ENGINEER SUBMITS FIGURES TO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
Increase in Elec tricity Consumption ENGINEER SUBMITS FIGURES TO COUNCIL At a mee iag of the Temora Municipal Council last Monday n:gbt, the electrical -engineer (Mr. McMullen) reported that during the month of August units rf e'ec tric current purchased by ^ the Municipality amounted to 8?,C©3 compared wth ? 77,267 in Aligns , 19X8. showing _an increase of 10%. During the same - twelve months the maximum demand rose from 2.6 to *.63 E.VA. S METER TESTING The engineer infcrmcl the Coun cil that routine meter-testing and the inspection of house service mains was still being tarried out. The new hospital installation was tested during the month, and the sup ply was now 'available.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
H: mmm **aHfrSflar*£ jbk^ i 939 ? Foi^^ 1939 FORD V8 SEDAN— For a deposit if:.: ? :...,-: ? :--:;£§i This is one of oiur Specials. This unit has , the appearangie of a new car ang: aftei a demontrajficin in it yon be convimcefT -that it is not far; 1 936Vauxl|aJl^^edan 1936 VAUXHALL '25'C SEDAN— Du- coed a nice cream, with neat upholst ery this unit is another of our O.K. Used Cars, having good tyres and reg istration. As regards the price this unit can be driven away for a £70 ...DEPOSIT 1936 Chevrolet Standard Sedan 1936 CHEVROLET STANDARD SE DAN — with good tyres, braking and electrical systems. IT is also registered and the low DEPOSIT OF £65 Covers full Comphrehensive Insurance. Call in and inspect. 1936 De S to Sedan 1936 DE SOTO SEDAN— This is a six wheel Job and is in excellent condi tion having been looked after by the previous owner. An inspection will convince you that this unit is a unit that is well worth your while invest ment. Going at the DEPOSIT OF ? JZi 4 D 1935 Bu...
Council Will Sue For Rates [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
Council Will Sue For Rates If a final demand for the pay ment of outstanding Municipal rates does not bring results, the Municipal Council will take legal action for the recovery of certain amounts due. Its decision to take legal action for the recovery of outstanding rates wss made by the Council after the reading of1 the finance committee's report at a meeting io.su iviunua^ iii^nt. TTie finance committee submitted the following recommendation : — 'That the town clerk be directedto make final demand for payment of outstanding rates, and iri cases where payment is not made, or some satisfactory ar rangement effected, to institute legal oroceedings towards the recovery of the full amount due and unpaid.' The recommendation was adopted on the motion of Aldermen Hingerty and Smith ?
Council Correspondence [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
Council Correspondent --?;;A4'^meetii^f/'lield'a^Ktfe9^^ay .vjnighti -iCbuncl dea t «^with the^oBcnwTfig 'Inward corres pondence: — Water Extension The Department of Works and Local Government indicated that the water extension along Lawson Road would be carried out. Bush Fire Brigades The Bush Fire Advisory Committee sought Council's co-operation in the establshing of bush fire brigades. — No action. Noxious Weads Conference The Department of Agriculture in vited Council to be represented at a conference at Young on Sept-rmb r 22 to consider the noxious wesds ques tion as it effects the are3s in this part of the State. — No action. Cemetery Grant The Land Board Office, Forbes, asked whether Council objected to 18 perches of the general cemetery being allocat ed to the Salvation Army. — No object ion. Hart Monument Fund The W. E. Hart Testimonial Fund sought a donation towards the erection of a monument at Parramatta. (W. E. Hart was the first Australian air man.) — No action. Addit...
Town Maintenance OVERSEER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — The Temora Advertiser — 22 September 1939
Town Maintenance OVERSEER'S REPORT At a meeting of the Temora Munici pal Council last Monday night, the overseer (Mr. R. E. Matthews) report ed that during the four weeks pricr to the meeting the road gang had been engaged on the following works: — Trimming of street trees, planting of trees and the erection of playground equipment at Federal Park, levelling and surfacng of the croquet area at Callaghan Park, repairs to footpaths in Hoskins Street, maintenance of the Barmedman Road, construction of a turf wicket, and general maintenance and gutter-cleaning.