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 Letters this month were received from Geoff Higson, Bill Burke, Jack Debert and Betty Prude from the S.B.W. in addition to seven letters from members of other clubs. Letters this month were received from Geoff Higson, Bill Burke, Jack Debert and Betty Prude from the S.B.W. in addition to seven letters from members of other clubs.
  
-__Jack ​Debets's__ letter came to us from Northern Queensland where he was waiting for something to take him to "​places overseas"​. In the meanwhile he was thoroughly enjoying the beauties of the North "Only returned two hours ago from a heavenly two day stay on Magnetic Island. Glorious almost full moon-light nights. Swaying cocoanut palms. Perfect sun risings. Vivid Reskett'​s Blue water. Beautiful bays with refreshing water that never gets below 70° F. Silver seas in the bright moonlight. Birdlife galore. All sorts of new varieties. Bird watching. Sun baking, swimming, just loafing. Walking for miles. Climbing hills. Plant life is super. Bougainvilleas,​ poincianas, crotons of every conceivable hue, pandanas, palms, kapok trees, at present displaying a pretty yellow flower which lights up the country, scalyphas, Norfolk Island and Hoop Pines, gums, casuarinas, in fact everything we have in Sydney plus a hell of a lot more."+__Jack ​Debert's__ letter came to us from Northern Queensland where he was waiting for something to take him to "​places overseas"​. In the meanwhile he was thoroughly enjoying the beauties of the North "Only returned two hours ago from a heavenly two day stay on Magnetic Island. Glorious almost full moon-light nights. Swaying cocoanut palms. Perfect sun risings. Vivid Reskett'​s Blue water. Beautiful bays with refreshing water that never gets below 70° F. Silver seas in the bright moonlight. Birdlife galore. All sorts of new varieties. Bird watching. Sun baking, swimming, just loafing. Walking for miles. Climbing hills. Plant life is super. Bougainvilleas,​ poincianas, crotons of every conceivable hue, pandanas, palms, kapok trees, at present displaying a pretty yellow flower which lights up the country, scalyphas, Norfolk Island and Hoop Pines, gums, casuarinas, in fact everything we have in Sydney plus a hell of a lot more."
  
 __Bill Burke'​s__ letter had quite a lot of it cut away by the censor, here is some which was left:- __Bill Burke'​s__ letter had quite a lot of it cut away by the censor, here is some which was left:-
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 ===== What Do You Think? ===== ===== What Do You Think? =====
  
-=== Charles Jones replying to Mumbedah+=== Charles Jones replying to Mumbedah ​===
  
 One would expect that contributors to this magazine, having in mind the present paper shortage, would at least acquaint themselves with their subject before wasting half a page on personal abuse and useless destructive criticism involving a subject of which their very words reveal their ignorance. One would expect that contributors to this magazine, having in mind the present paper shortage, would at least acquaint themselves with their subject before wasting half a page on personal abuse and useless destructive criticism involving a subject of which their very words reveal their ignorance.
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