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The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times, Wednesday 8 March 1905 wrote: ULVERSTONE
A meeting of the Ulverstone Progress Association was held in the Town Hall on Monday night... It was decided to have a track cut to River Falls at Preston and that Mr W. Delaney be requested to have the work done; also that 25 copies of the Tourists' Guide be presented to the Primate of Australia on his leaving the district.
The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times, Wednesday 16 September 1908 wrote:TOURIST ASSOCIATION.
A meeting of the committee of the Tourist Association was held on Monday night. Present : Messrs. A. R. Ellis (in the chair), A. C. Solomon, R W. McGowan, R. P. House, G. P. Taylor and the secretary, Mr. E. Frith. The secretary reported having spoken to Mr. Wm. Delaney about the desirability of maintaining Preston Falls in their natural beauty; that gentleman had informed him that the owners of the property had decided to keep the land surrounding the falls in its natural state. (Hear, hear.) A desire was expressed that some members of the association might make it convenient to visit the locality and interview the proprietors of the land.
waterfallman wrote:Upper Preston Falls were er.. somewhat hidden. This is an understatement! It was all so overgrown. I had to scramble down the damp soft bank, under the willows on the south bank, to get a look. What I did see was small, but very pretty.
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