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-====== ​THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER ​======+====== ​The Sydney Bushwalker ​======
  
 A Monthly Bulletin devoted to matters of interest to The Sydney Bush Walkers, 5 Hamilton Street, Sydney. A Monthly Bulletin devoted to matters of interest to The Sydney Bush Walkers, 5 Hamilton Street, Sydney.
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 No.72 Price 3d. No.72 Price 3d.
  
-===== DECEMBER ​1940 =====+===== December ​1940 =====
  
 |**Editor** |Dorothy Lawry| |**Editor** |Dorothy Lawry|
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 |Special Notice!!!| FINAL EXTRA!!! |18| |Special Notice!!!| FINAL EXTRA!!! |18|
  
----- +===== Editorial ​=====
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-===== EDITORIAL ​=====+
  
 Christmas time is here again! Another year has gone by - and what a year! May there never be another like it! Christmas time is here again! Another year has gone by - and what a year! May there never be another like it!
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 New Year will be here before you receive the next issue of this magazine, so "The Sydney Bushwalker"​ now wishes its readers all the best for 1941 --- May the drought break and the rivers flow again; may the tide of war turn in our favour and flood on to a full and lasting peace; and may the lessons of co-operation and comradeship learned in these days of trial lead to better and happier lives for everyone, and for all living things that come into contact with mankind! New Year will be here before you receive the next issue of this magazine, so "The Sydney Bushwalker"​ now wishes its readers all the best for 1941 --- May the drought break and the rivers flow again; may the tide of war turn in our favour and flood on to a full and lasting peace; and may the lessons of co-operation and comradeship learned in these days of trial lead to better and happier lives for everyone, and for all living things that come into contact with mankind!
  
----- +===== Federation Notes =====
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-===== FEDERATION NOTES =====+
    
 The Blue Gum Forest working-bee on November 2nd and 3rd was almost a Federation Re-union as well. The helpers included members of the S.B.W., Bush Club, C.M.W., M.T.C., Rucksack Club, Rover Ramblers, River Canoe Club, W.E.A. Ramblers, and Y.M.C.A. Ramblers, plus a few unattached walkers and visitors. The Blue Gum Forest working-bee on November 2nd and 3rd was almost a Federation Re-union as well. The helpers included members of the S.B.W., Bush Club, C.M.W., M.T.C., Rucksack Club, Rover Ramblers, River Canoe Club, W.E.A. Ramblers, and Y.M.C.A. Ramblers, plus a few unattached walkers and visitors.
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-During this same week-end another good job of work was done on Clear Hill. We hear that Rae Else Mitchell and a party from the Warrigals fixed iron spikes into the rocks where Taro's Ladders used to hang. As the spikes are set in +During this same week-end another good job of work was done on Clear Hill. We hear that Rae Else Mitchell and a party from the Warrigals fixed iron spikes into the rocks where Taro's Ladders used to hang. As the spikes are set in cement, we understand this job will be permanent and walkers will again be able to use the short "​Taro'​s Pass" (as the Warrigals suggest it should be called) when going up or down the mountain instead of the much longer "​wallaby track"​.
-cement, we understand this job will be permanent and walkers will again be able to use the short "​Taro'​s Pass" (as the Warrigals suggest it should be called) when going up or down the mountain instead of the much longer "​wallaby track"​.+
  
 This working party reports that the wells at Corral Swamp are full, and that Glen Raphael has been burnt out. This working party reports that the wells at Corral Swamp are full, and that Glen Raphael has been burnt out.
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-Since the coal strike many walkers have had their faith in the railways shattered when they have arrived at Central Station on Saturday and discovered that "the 2 o'​clock"​ had been cut out and there was no train-down the coast until +Since the coal strike many walkers have had their faith in the railways shattered when they have arrived at Central Station on Saturday and discovered that "the 2 o'​clock"​ had been cut out and there was no train-down the coast until nearly three."​The 2 o'​clock"​ was more than a train; it was an institution;​ so long as any walker could remember, there had always been "the 2 o'​clock"​ no matter what other trains were cut out or altered. Everyone is rejoicing, therefore, that the railway authorities have produced a summer timetable and have reinstated our old friend. So once more it is, "Going to Era this week-end? Good, I'll see you on the two O'​clock"​.
-nearly three."​The 2 o'​clock"​ was more than a train; it was an institution;​ so long as any walker could remember, there had always been "the 2 o'​clock"​ no matter what other trains were cut out or altered. Everyone is rejoicing, therefore, that the railway authorities have produced a summer timetable and have reinstated our old friend. So once more it is, "Going to Era this week-end? Good, I'll see you on the two O'​clock"​. +
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-===== ON FAST WALKS =====+===== On Fast Walks =====
  
 By M.S. By M.S.
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 While you fulminate educationally though impotently on his crust.\\ While you fulminate educationally though impotently on his crust.\\
  
----- +===== Access To Barrington Tops From The Hunter River Valley ​=====
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-===== ACCESS TO BARRINGTON TOPS FROM THE HUNTER RIVER VALLEY ​=====+
  
 By Fred. H. Kennedy. By Fred. H. Kennedy.
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-===== "WELL DONETHOU GOOD AND FAITHFUL SERVANT." =====+===== "Well DoneThou Good And Faithful Servant." =====
    
 By Frank Cramp. By Frank Cramp.
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 He had heard that in some tribes of the interior the custom was to leave a few days' supply of food with the old woman when times were bad and then move to fresh hunting grounds - leaving the poor old thing to starve - Barbarians! He had heard that in some tribes of the interior the custom was to leave a few days' supply of food with the old woman when times were bad and then move to fresh hunting grounds - leaving the poor old thing to starve - Barbarians!
  
-well, he wouldn'​t do that. He had consulted with the other old men and they approved of his decision.+Well, he wouldn'​t do that. He had consulted with the other old men and they approved of his decision.
  
 Grasping his spear, he walked over to Eerwah, gazed down on her for a moment, then plunged it surely into her side. She gasped and lay still and Bungari sorrowfully returned to his place by the fire. Grasping his spear, he walked over to Eerwah, gazed down on her for a moment, then plunged it surely into her side. She gasped and lay still and Bungari sorrowfully returned to his place by the fire.
  
----- +===== At Our Own Meeting ​=====
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-===== AT OUR OWN MEETING ​=====+
  
 From the correspondence read at the November Meeting we learned that Elsa Isaacs had been accepted as a full member. We have learned since that the reason she was not present to be welcomed was because she was away on the official trip, taking her young sister on a test walk. That's what you might call the right start for a new member! From the correspondence read at the November Meeting we learned that Elsa Isaacs had been accepted as a full member. We have learned since that the reason she was not present to be welcomed was because she was away on the official trip, taking her young sister on a test walk. That's what you might call the right start for a new member!
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 Prevent Bush Fires. Never break camp before your fire is out. Right out. Prevent Bush Fires. Never break camp before your fire is out. Right out.
  
----- +===== Mount Hay - A Bee-Live From The Nepean ​=====
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-===== MOUNT HAY - A BEE-LIVE FROM THE NEPEAN ​=====+
  
 By Marie B. Byles. By Marie B. Byles.
  
-In 1789 Governor Phillip sent an expedition to take a trek from the Napean ​to Mount Hay, then known as Round Hill. The party returned after five days without having got near the mountain and extremely glad to get out of the labyrinthine gorges.+In 1789 Governor Phillip sent an expedition to take a trek from the Nepean ​to Mount Hay, then known as Round Hill. The party returned after five days without having got near the mountain and extremely glad to get out of the labyrinthine gorges.
  
-What Governor Phillip'​s party failed to achieve was accomplished in July 1940 by Dr. Eric Dark of Katoomba, the well-known rock climber, his wife Eleanor Dark, the equally well-known novelist, Frank walford, whose name is familiar to bushwalkers,​ Michael Dark (aged 11) and Geoff Sinclair (aged 13), and was accomplished without the least difficulty over country just as virgin as in Governor Phillip'​s day. Dr. Dark disclaims all credit, pointing out that the 1789 party was not used to Blue Mountain country, whereas we today are, and know just what to do and what not to do.+What Governor Phillip'​s party failed to achieve was accomplished in July 1940 by Dr. Eric Dark of Katoomba, the well-known rock climber, his wife Eleanor Dark, the equally well-known novelist, Frank Walford, whose name is familiar to bushwalkers,​ Michael Dark (aged 11) and Geoff Sinclair (aged 13), and was accomplished without the least difficulty over country just as virgin as in Governor Phillip'​s day. Dr. Dark disclaims all credit, pointing out that the 1789 party was not used to Blue Mountain country, whereas we today are, and know just what to do and what not to do.
  
 Dr. Dark's party kept to the bee-line, crossing seven gullies from 300 to 900 feet deep, as well as smaller ones, before reaching Wentworth Creek. He thinks there are very few places where it would be practicable to cross Wentworth Creek about the middle of its course, but his party was lucky in striking a spot where it was possible to walk in and out by ridges that run right to the creek bed on opposite sides to each other. They found no cliff trouble in any of the other creeks. All of them from Springwood upward had good water in them, especially Springwood Creek which flowed at the bottom of a gully 900 feet deep. The country between Woodford Valley and Wentworth Creek they found not altogether easy, as the ridges swing sickle-wise,​ and one could get into a tangle of deep gullies if one didn't look out. Dr. Dark's party kept to the bee-line, crossing seven gullies from 300 to 900 feet deep, as well as smaller ones, before reaching Wentworth Creek. He thinks there are very few places where it would be practicable to cross Wentworth Creek about the middle of its course, but his party was lucky in striking a spot where it was possible to walk in and out by ridges that run right to the creek bed on opposite sides to each other. They found no cliff trouble in any of the other creeks. All of them from Springwood upward had good water in them, especially Springwood Creek which flowed at the bottom of a gully 900 feet deep. The country between Woodford Valley and Wentworth Creek they found not altogether easy, as the ridges swing sickle-wise,​ and one could get into a tangle of deep gullies if one didn't look out.
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 From "​Sunlit Trails"​ by Archer Russell - From "​Sunlit Trails"​ by Archer Russell -
  
-In the music of the bush there is none so beautiful as the sunrise song of the birds. How strange it is that man, rising sour and disgruntled,​ begins his day with a yawn, while the birds begin theirs with song. Yet man, they say, is the highest ​illtelligence ​on earth. Fettered to an unnatural life and a creature of moods, he certainly is. +In the music of the bush there is none so beautiful as the sunrise song of the birds. How strange it is that man, rising sour and disgruntled,​ begins his day with a yawn, while the birds begin theirs with song. Yet man, they say, is the highest ​intelligence ​on earth. Fettered to an unnatural life and a creature of moods, he certainly is.
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-===== FICTION AND FACT =====+===== Fiction And Fact =====
    
 from Pilot-officer Jack Debert. ​ from Pilot-officer Jack Debert. ​
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 At the time of going to press the suspense is still agonising, but at least we know he lived to return to Brisbane and write to us. At the time of going to press the suspense is still agonising, but at least we know he lived to return to Brisbane and write to us.
  
----- +===== Down Perry's With Pole-Axe =====
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-===== DOWN PERRY'S WITH POLE-AXE =====+
  
 by "​Brush-hook"​. by "​Brush-hook"​.
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 Returned much cheered by the delightful thought that someone else had to carry those tools back up from Blue Gum. Returned much cheered by the delightful thought that someone else had to carry those tools back up from Blue Gum.
  
----- +===== Club Gossip ​=====
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-===== CLUB GOSSIP ​=====+
  
-When the Air Force was short of a Best Man recently, of course you know whom they asked to do his bit - yes, our Jack, and he glite enjoyed it. In fact he doesn'​t know why such a fuss is made about weddings. What is it like being a Glamour Boy, Jack?+When the Air Force was short of a Best Man recently, of course you know whom they asked to do his bit - yes, our Jack, and he quite enjoyed it. In fact he doesn'​t know why such a fuss is made about weddings. What is it like being a Glamour Boy, Jack?
  
 In Sydney, of course, if you want to have a wedding that is a wedding, you simply must ask Mouldy to be part-of the performance. Just fancy, recently one of his relations had the nerve to ask him to be a mere usher! And he was, too. In Sydney, of course, if you want to have a wedding that is a wedding, you simply must ask Mouldy to be part-of the performance. Just fancy, recently one of his relations had the nerve to ask him to be a mere usher! And he was, too.
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 A few days later Joe and Kath Turner welcomed another daughter, who is already fraternising with young Ian Robert Melville. A few days later Joe and Kath Turner welcomed another daughter, who is already fraternising with young Ian Robert Melville.
  
----- +===== Memory Corner ​=====
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-===== MEMORY CORNER ​=====+
  
 by Dorothy Lawry. by Dorothy Lawry.
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 For the King's Birthday Week-end in June, 1932, several parties of the S.B.W'​s chose to go to Clear Hill and camp at Glen Raphael. One party, being wiser, or more energetic, than the rest, descended from Clear Hill and camped in the valley, I think at Jack's Flat, but you can check that next time you see either Frank Duncan or Peter Page. For the King's Birthday Week-end in June, 1932, several parties of the S.B.W'​s chose to go to Clear Hill and camp at Glen Raphael. One party, being wiser, or more energetic, than the rest, descended from Clear Hill and camped in the valley, I think at Jack's Flat, but you can check that next time you see either Frank Duncan or Peter Page.
  
-On the Sunday another party, consisting of four men and four girls, set out from Glen Raphael, descended Clear Hill, had lunch in Medlow Gap, and left their packs there while they went on a two hours' jaunt round the base of Mt.Mouin. When they got to the far side of it, there was Mt.Warrigal, and the boys wanted to "go just a little further"​ but, as time was getting on, Taro and the four girls decided to turn back at once.+On the Sunday another party, consisting of four men and four girls, set out from Glen Raphael, descended Clear Hill, had lunch in Medlow Gap, and left their packs there while they went on a two hours' jaunt round the base of Mt Mouin. When they got to the far side of it, there was Mt Warrigal, and the boys wanted to "go just a little further"​ but, as time was getting on, Taro and the four girls decided to turn back at once.
  
 This advance party was to leave marks at the packs and certain blazed tree to show they had passed there safely on the return trip - but they kept too high up the mountainside and failed to find either spot. Towards dusk they were mazed in Medlow Gap, unable to see Clear Hill because of the thick trees and knowing that, even if they found it, they could not get back to the top before nightfall, and they only had one torch between the five of them - and, at that time, no one had ever climbed or descended Clear Hill in the dark. This advance party was to leave marks at the packs and certain blazed tree to show they had passed there safely on the return trip - but they kept too high up the mountainside and failed to find either spot. Towards dusk they were mazed in Medlow Gap, unable to see Clear Hill because of the thick trees and knowing that, even if they found it, they could not get back to the top before nightfall, and they only had one torch between the five of them - and, at that time, no one had ever climbed or descended Clear Hill in the dark.
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 From Clear Hill the search party saw a campfire below and hoped it might be the lost party; remembering the Duncans were camped somewhere down there and that Anice Duncan understood Morse code, Harold Chardon signalled, but received no reply because Anice was not at all well and would not get up to see what all the dots and dashes meant. From Clear Hill the search party saw a campfire below and hoped it might be the lost party; remembering the Duncans were camped somewhere down there and that Anice Duncan understood Morse code, Harold Chardon signalled, but received no reply because Anice was not at all well and would not get up to see what all the dots and dashes meant.
  
-Getting no answer, the six men made the first descent of Clear Hill in the dark and, thinking the fire was that of the lost party, made their way right across to it, only to find the Duncan/Page camp. Neither Frank nor Peter saw any good reason for leaving their camp and their two companions, to go barging through the bush in the dark with the other six men so, after advising them to rest till daylight and rely on Taro to look after the missing girls, Frank and Peter returned to their sleeping-bags while Wal. Roots, Harold Chardon, Alan Rigby, Reg. Shortbridge ​and the other two set off for Medlow Gap.+Getting no answer, the six men made the first descent of Clear Hill in the dark and, thinking the fire was that of the lost party, made their way right across to it, only to find the Duncan/Page camp. Neither Frank nor Peter saw any good reason for leaving their camp and their two companions, to go barging through the bush in the dark with the other six men so, after advising them to rest till daylight and rely on Taro to look after the missing girls, Frank and Peter returned to their sleeping-bags while Wal. Roots, Harold Chardon, Alan Rigby, Reg. Shortridge ​and the other two set off for Medlow Gap.
  
 Most of the night they searched and coo-eed, and they have never been fully convinced that the girls did not hear them and refrain from answering, because in the morning when the lost party set out to locate themselves and get back to their comrades, they came upon their rescuers camped in the hollow beyond just one ridge from their own snug shelters! Most of the night they searched and coo-eed, and they have never been fully convinced that the girls did not hear them and refrain from answering, because in the morning when the lost party set out to locate themselves and get back to their comrades, they came upon their rescuers camped in the hollow beyond just one ridge from their own snug shelters!
  
-===== "WHERE THE SLOPES OF MT.MOUIN SWEEP DOWN TO THE COX" =====+===== "Where The Slopes Of Mt Mouin Sweep Down To The Cox" =====
    
 by "​Pop"​ Wylie and Peter Page. (Tune: "The Mountains of Mourne"​.) by "​Pop"​ Wylie and Peter Page. (Tune: "The Mountains of Mourne"​.)
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 Where the slopes of Mount Mouin sweep down to the Cox.\\ Where the slopes of Mount Mouin sweep down to the Cox.\\
  
----- +===== STOP PRESS!!! - S.B.W. ​Concert ​1940 =====
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-===== STOP PRESS!!! - S.B.W. ​CONCERT ​1940 =====+
  
-To Joan Savage we offer hand-claps and a bouquet of orchids - for bringing together that splendid Carnival Concert. St. Phillips lovely little dressed sandstone hall, with its plain unvarnished wooden ceiling and its sky blue velvet curtains made a simple setting for an entertainment that was essentially simple. Isn't it the simple, untinselled,​ unspoiled things that appeal to Bushwalkers most? That freedom from convention that open hearted naturalness,​ that penetration uncovering the real things that matter and disregarding the other. This is the spirit that binds Bushwalkers together and this same spirit bound the concert +To Joan Savage we offer hand-claps and a bouquet of orchids - for bringing together that splendid Carnival Concert. St. Phillips lovely little dressed sandstone hall, with its plain unvarnished wooden ceiling and its sky blue velvet curtains made a simple setting for an entertainment that was essentially simple. Isn't it the simple, untinselled,​ unspoiled things that appeal to Bushwalkers most? That freedom from convention that open hearted naturalness,​ that penetration uncovering the real things that matter and disregarding the other. This is the spirit that binds Bushwalkers together and this same spirit bound the concert together. The backcloth was the same, the wings were the same, the lighting was the same, but aptly did they convey the witches'​ den, the open road, the palace, the circus ring and the humble Welsh cottage!
-together. The backcloth was the same, the wings were the same, the lighting was the same, but aptly did they convey the witches'​ den, the open road, the palace, the circus ring and the humble Welsh cottage!+
  
 One of the tests of a happy night are the memories that can be recalled afterwards. Who will forget the capable, competent compere that Gordon Pritchard made, the amazing nails that Grace Edgecombe grew overnight, or her glamorous Hollywood curls? Her "Mumbo Jumbo",​ or her "​Kotapaxia"?​ Dorothy Lawry'​s Blood Orange and her tragic Welsh mother who would not leave her old home in spite of her family deserting one by one. In this Dorothy dominated whenever she spoke - as well she should - having a firmer will and more firmly planted roots in the soil of Llanwddyn. One of the tests of a happy night are the memories that can be recalled afterwards. Who will forget the capable, competent compere that Gordon Pritchard made, the amazing nails that Grace Edgecombe grew overnight, or her glamorous Hollywood curls? Her "Mumbo Jumbo",​ or her "​Kotapaxia"?​ Dorothy Lawry'​s Blood Orange and her tragic Welsh mother who would not leave her old home in spite of her family deserting one by one. In this Dorothy dominated whenever she spoke - as well she should - having a firmer will and more firmly planted roots in the soil of Llanwddyn.
  
-Tuggie Harris appeared "in the flesh" and then after much duelling, successfully appeared as a slim swain, sighing for the love of his slim serving maid. The now portly Lola +Tuggie Harris appeared "in the flesh" and then after much duelling, successfully appeared as a slim swain, sighing for the love of his slim serving maid. The now portly Lola Bennett plucking an eiderdown sleeping bag from her capacious bosom restored to the King his erstwhile slim and former love.
-Bennett plucking an eiderdown sleeping bag from her capacious bosom restored to the King his erstwhile slim and former love.+
  
-The "​Circus"​ had delightful rhythm throughout, the dances suiting the music and the miming so clearly and cleverly aone. A great credit to the producer. The three horses pawing uneasily, yet proudly arching their necks when +The "​Circus"​ had delightful rhythm throughout, the dances suiting the music and the miming so clearly and cleverly aone. A great credit to the producer. The three horses pawing uneasily, yet proudly arching their necks when parading. The juggler - the tight rope walker - the Ringmaster - and the clowns in glittering stars, and long loose suits. The carnival touch of balloons on the elephant'​s tail was grand.
-parading. The juggler - the tight rope walker - the Ringmaster - and the clowns in glittering stars, and long loose suits. The carnival touch of balloons on the elephant'​s tail was grand.+
  
-What Ho! for the musical Minstrels, Edna Stretton and Arthur Brophy. The Club still has its musicians - they are +What Ho! for the musical Minstrels, Edna Stretton and Arthur Brophy. The Club still has its musicians - they are not dead! But a lively new generation seems to be springing up. Edna Stretton excels in __all__ the varied roles that she undertakes. Edna's soft, well modulated voice seemed so far from the raucous outpourings of a tightrope walker who was the daughter "of a body-less woman of the African swamps and a strong man from the Steppes"​.
-not dead! But a lively new generation seems to be springing up. Edna Stretton excels in __all__ the varied roles that she undertakes. Edna's soft, well modulated voice seemed so far from the raucous outpourings of a tightrope walker who was the daughter "of a body-less woman of the African swamps and a strong man from the Steppes"​.+
  
 Joan Atthill in her turquoise latex pants and mauve and cyclamen - was it? - blouse or jacket - looked so glamorous as to be as dangerous as the part warranted and as for that cute little black and white suit!! Joan Atthill in her turquoise latex pants and mauve and cyclamen - was it? - blouse or jacket - looked so glamorous as to be as dangerous as the part warranted and as for that cute little black and white suit!!
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 All these memories and many more will be treasured from the 1940 S.B.W. concert. Gordon Pritchard and Ada Frost (complete in old school tie) were always flitting in and flitting out and so we cannot put them in or cut them out. Their fun and fooling was woven right through the show. A show full of happy memories. All these memories and many more will be treasured from the 1940 S.B.W. concert. Gordon Pritchard and Ada Frost (complete in old school tie) were always flitting in and flitting out and so we cannot put them in or cut them out. Their fun and fooling was woven right through the show. A show full of happy memories.
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 ===== FINAL EXTRA!!!!!!!!!!! - SPECIAL NOTICE!!!!!! ===== ===== FINAL EXTRA!!!!!!!!!!! - SPECIAL NOTICE!!!!!! =====
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 There will be mental stimulation also. Your memory will be taxed to recall incidents or characteristics of members - Ssh!!! no more can be said at the moment. Music will be dispensed at frequent intervals - some by our own members, and maybe some choristers will carol. There will be mental stimulation also. Your memory will be taxed to recall incidents or characteristics of members - Ssh!!! no more can be said at the moment. Music will be dispensed at frequent intervals - some by our own members, and maybe some choristers will carol.
  
-A further chance will be given to win that giant Xmas +A further chance will be given to win that giant Xmas stocking that Joan Savage made. If you win it you should just about get back in Christmas fare twice the amount you paid for your entrance fee (5/-).
-stocking that Joan Savage made. If you win it you should just about get back in Christmas fare twice the amount you paid for your entrance fee (5/-).+
  
 The party has been arranged to conclude about 10 o'​clock. The party has been arranged to conclude about 10 o'​clock.
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