At every seaside place, where there are cliffsand rocks worthy of the name, are sure to be found a Smuggler's Leap and a smuggler's Cave, round which are gathered fierce traditions having still ...Article : 2,639 words
No. 2 deputation came to ask for the improvement of the Clarence River, to commence at the heads. Captain CREER said that being 26 years a ...Article : 286 words
Last evening the Ministers for Education and Works were entertained in the Grafton School of Arts at a banquet, at which about 96 gentlemen sat down. The room was gaily decorated. The ...Article : 1,031 words
No. 3 deputation asked for assistance in the matter of a water supply for Grafton. The MAYOR urged that all possible speed should be shown in having the survey made. ...Article : 166 words
THE Ministers received a number of deputations at James's Hotel, Grafton, this morning, commencing at half-past 10 o'clock. The town were an animated aspect, and was crowded with ...Article : 617 words
No. 4 deputation was a deputation from 12 lodges of the Good Templars, situated on the Clarence River, which waited on Ministers to present an address, which was read by the Rev. Mr. ...Article : 165 words
No. 5 was a deputation presented on behalf of the residents of the Marlow district, praying for the dissolution of the Great North-western Drainage Union. ...Article : 56 words
No. 6 deputation was from Carr's Creek, and asked that the erection of the new school might be pushed on at once. Sir JOHN ROBERTSON said that the matter had ...Article : 126 words
No. 8 and last was also a deputation from Woodford Island. It pointed out that some works were absolutely necessary to protect the point of Woodford Island from the wash of steamers, ...Article : 280 words
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