Newspaper article Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

From the Daily Examiner 50 Years Ago Today

Newspaper article Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia)

From the Daily Examiner 50 Years Ago Today

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JACARANDA ART EXHIBITION AS GOOD AS ANY SEEN BY JUDGE IN AUSTRALIA - The 1963 Jacaranda art exhibition opened last night in the showroom of Auswild Motors, Grafton, with a collection of some 60 paintings described by the judge, Leonard Hessing, of Sydney, as "excellent and as good a show as I have seen anywhere in Australia, the capital cities not excepted."

PEOPLE MAKE THE NEWS - NORTHERN RIVERS - Chairman of the Northern Rivers County Council, Mr R L O'Neill, informed yesterday's meeting in Grafton he had heard with regret that the deputy chairman, Ald W E Crisp, Mayor of Grafton, had been taken to hospital that morning. Council expressed its regret and a message of best wishes for a speedy recovery will be conveyed to the Mayor.

LORRY CRASHES INTO BRIDGE - A timber lorry loaded with logs crashed through a bridge over Friday Creek early yesterday afternoon. The lorry belongs to Mr Max Swadling, and was driven by Mr Les Raleigh. When the trailer wheels were about halfway across the bridge, the middle and northern outside stringers collapsed, causing the trailer to turn upside down and topple the logs into the creek. …

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