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193710 [2014/09/28 10:59]
helen [Wiff Seeks Old Sol Among The South Sea Islands]
193710 [2014/09/28 11:00] (current)
helen [Correspondence]
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 To the Editor, To the Editor,
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 At our last Monthly Meeting it was decided that the "​Annual"​ magazine be discontinued owing to the expense of production and the small returns from the sales. Of course, it would be impossible for the members of the Club to sell enough copies among their friends to pay for the paper but surely the magazine has a definite value in advertising New South Wales. At our last Monthly Meeting it was decided that the "​Annual"​ magazine be discontinued owing to the expense of production and the small returns from the sales. Of course, it would be impossible for the members of the Club to sell enough copies among their friends to pay for the paper but surely the magazine has a definite value in advertising New South Wales.
  
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 The Tasmanian Trampers with about one quarter of our membership publishes 2,000 magazines; of these the Tasmanian Tourist Bureau disposes of 1,500, the Bookstalls 250, leaving only 250 to the Club. If the work of such a small Club is of such benefit to Tasmania, what must the work of the S.B.W. be worth to New South Wales? We know by the numbers entertained,​ but does the Government Tourist Bureau? Have they been approached? Before a definite decision is made could we not get in touch with the Bureau? I feel that the discontinuance of the magazine would be a loss not only to ourselves but also to the State. The Tasmanian Trampers with about one quarter of our membership publishes 2,000 magazines; of these the Tasmanian Tourist Bureau disposes of 1,500, the Bookstalls 250, leaving only 250 to the Club. If the work of such a small Club is of such benefit to Tasmania, what must the work of the S.B.W. be worth to New South Wales? We know by the numbers entertained,​ but does the Government Tourist Bureau? Have they been approached? Before a definite decision is made could we not get in touch with the Bureau? I feel that the discontinuance of the magazine would be a loss not only to ourselves but also to the State.
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 Sincerely yours, Sincerely yours,
 F. Allsworth F. Allsworth
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