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- John William Tighe established a workshop for visually impaired men and raised funds for the education of the visually impaired.
- Financial support was provided to enable 13 children to attend the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Institute in Sydney.
- A Blind, Deaf and Dumb School was established in Queensland, controlled by a committee chaired by Sir Charles Lilley. The school opened at Cornwall
St, Annerley with 20 students.
- The Blind School and the Deaf School were established as separate schools on the above site. Deaf and blind children were educated separately
but housed together.
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