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 ===== Editorial - Conservation and the Jubilee Tree Planting. ===== ===== Editorial - Conservation and the Jubilee Tree Planting. =====
  
-One of the brightest stars of the galaxy of the Jubilee cups, competitions and drives is the Tree Planting scheme launched by the Governor General several weeks ago. Conservationists and tree lovers generally will welcome the scheme not because it is all that should be desired, but because any scheme, no matter how small its chances of success, will present some of the ideas af conservation to general notice.+One of the brightest stars of the galaxy of the Jubilee cups, competitions and drives is the Tree Planting scheme launched by the Governor General several weeks ago. Conservationists and tree lovers generally will welcome the scheme not because it is all that should be desired, but because any scheme, no matter how small its chances of success, will present some of the ideas of conservation to general notice.
  
 If townsfolk can summon up sufficient energy to create tree-lined avenues in their own suburbs it is reasonable to expect that some of them will become increasingly sympathetic to the efforts of Federation and other bodies to preserve our diminishing forests and primitive areas. If townsfolk can summon up sufficient energy to create tree-lined avenues in their own suburbs it is reasonable to expect that some of them will become increasingly sympathetic to the efforts of Federation and other bodies to preserve our diminishing forests and primitive areas.
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 Kath Brown supported the Treasurer and said the old members had put much time and trouble into accumulating the money as a fund for equipping and furnishing a Club room. Perhaps we should not need it for obtaining and furnishing a room, but it may be needed for other items of gear and it seemed unwise to expend all on one machine. Kath Brown supported the Treasurer and said the old members had put much time and trouble into accumulating the money as a fund for equipping and furnishing a Club room. Perhaps we should not need it for obtaining and furnishing a room, but it may be needed for other items of gear and it seemed unwise to expend all on one machine.
  
-Roy Bruggy ​warted ​to increase the price of the Magazine but met decided opposition from the Editor, who pointed out that last year's magazine profit had been measured in shillings, increase in price may reduce the number of subscribers,​ while many Club circulars were produced on the same plant. He favoured a levy of say 2/- per head as being more equitable. The Treasurer couldn'​t see himself collecting a levy in addition to the annual subscription,​ and at this stage his motion was put and carried, and we looked for a "​finance sub-committee"​. Treasurer Webb was a natural, and he wanted assistants who worked in large firms, surrounded by potential theatre parties, and suggested Ken Meadows and Bob Bull: they went into conference, reached an impasse, tossed a shilling and said "​sorry"​. Generous to a fault the Club gave the Treasurer power to co-opt his sub-committee,​ but happier times were at hand for him.+Roy Bruggy ​wanted ​to increase the price of the Magazine but met decided opposition from the Editor, who pointed out that last year's magazine profit had been measured in shillings, increase in price may reduce the number of subscribers,​ while many Club circulars were produced on the same plant. He favoured a levy of say 2/- per head as being more equitable. The Treasurer couldn'​t see himself collecting a levy in addition to the annual subscription,​ and at this stage his motion was put and carried, and we looked for a "​finance sub-committee"​. Treasurer Webb was a natural, and he wanted assistants who worked in large firms, surrounded by potential theatre parties, and suggested Ken Meadows and Bob Bull: they went into conference, reached an impasse, tossed a shilling and said "​sorry"​. Generous to a fault the Club gave the Treasurer power to co-opt his sub-committee,​ but happier times were at hand for him.
  
 Money, Money, said the Social Secretary, proposing that a hat be taken around at the dance on June 22nd for contributions to the duplicator fund. Protracted debate followed whether it should be "​silver coin", "​minimum fare l/-", or "no ceiling"​ (also no basement and no compulsion). Eventually the motion, with "​voluntary"​ added before "​contributions",​ and without reference to any amount, was carried - Jess Martin having told the meeting she was ashamed of us, quibbling over shillings and spending pounds on ourselves. Money, Money, said the Social Secretary, proposing that a hat be taken around at the dance on June 22nd for contributions to the duplicator fund. Protracted debate followed whether it should be "​silver coin", "​minimum fare l/-", or "no ceiling"​ (also no basement and no compulsion). Eventually the motion, with "​voluntary"​ added before "​contributions",​ and without reference to any amount, was carried - Jess Martin having told the meeting she was ashamed of us, quibbling over shillings and spending pounds on ourselves.
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 ===== Social Notes For July. ===== ===== Social Notes For July. =====
  
-The new social programme will get away to a wonderful start on 20th July with a film night by Walter Gruse. Mr. Gruse has sume wonderful material, including Burragorang,​ skiing and canoeing. Mr. Gruse appeared on a previous programme and we liked him so much that we signed him up there and then for the entertainment that you will see on Friday 20th.+The new social programme will get away to a wonderful start on 20th July with a film night by Walter Gruse. Mr. Gruse has some wonderful material, including Burragorang,​ skiing and canoeing. Mr. Gruse appeared on a previous programme and we liked him so much that we signed him up there and then for the entertainment that you will see on Friday 20th.
  
 Another old friend, Harry Whitehouse, will favour us with an illustrated lecture "​Talbingo,​ Kiandra, Kosciusko and Corryong"​. Those who heard Harry'​s previous lecture are sure to flock to the Club on Friday 27th. Another old friend, Harry Whitehouse, will favour us with an illustrated lecture "​Talbingo,​ Kiandra, Kosciusko and Corryong"​. Those who heard Harry'​s previous lecture are sure to flock to the Club on Friday 27th.
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 The Cox was running strongly. It is just as lovely up here as in it's lower reaches, but without towering mountains to climb to get out. Seeing so much water so far up we gave thought to our friends who had planned to cross the stream much lower down on trips to and from the Kanangra area. We followed the river, then cut across a grassy hill to the Jenolan Caves Road Bridge at the Lett River Junction. Then ensued a lively 15 minutes finding a way across the Lett in order to reach the Northern bank of the Cox. We were able to cross safely knee deep and then made fast time along the Cox to a comfortable camp not far from Deep Ravine Creek. As we had recovered by now from the lack of sleep on Friday night, the camp fire was a great success with a definitely intimate conversation. The Cox was running strongly. It is just as lovely up here as in it's lower reaches, but without towering mountains to climb to get out. Seeing so much water so far up we gave thought to our friends who had planned to cross the stream much lower down on trips to and from the Kanangra area. We followed the river, then cut across a grassy hill to the Jenolan Caves Road Bridge at the Lett River Junction. Then ensued a lively 15 minutes finding a way across the Lett in order to reach the Northern bank of the Cox. We were able to cross safely knee deep and then made fast time along the Cox to a comfortable camp not far from Deep Ravine Creek. As we had recovered by now from the lack of sleep on Friday night, the camp fire was a great success with a definitely intimate conversation.
  
-At 8.30 a.m. next morninr ​we climbed an easy ridge behind the camp spot to enjoy some lovely views across Kanimbla Valley before making for "Moyne Falls",​ the oldest standing house West of the Blue Mountains (erected 1819). Here a young bullodk ​caused a mild flutter by looking very ferocious, but he wilted before our combined approach. On to Barber'​s Creek for lunch. The road between Little Hartley and Wilson'​s Glen has been put into excellent order, apparently for timber hauling - the concrete box culverts are most impressive. All went well until the swamp below Centennial Glen where, in trying to avoid getting bogged, we mislaid the track. Ernie French followed what he described as animal pads and gave us an anxious moment until he was safely restored to our midst. Centennial Glen was at its best after so much recent rain. We arrived in Blackheath just in time to see the 4.24 p.m. train, which the Railway Department had assured us would not run, go out. However, a spruce up, a beer and some hot food, fortified the party for the assault on the 6.9 p.m. which ran as tabled, even if 15 minutes late.+At 8.30 a.m. next morning ​we climbed an easy ridge behind the camp spot to enjoy some lovely views across Kanimbla Valley before making for "Moyne Falls",​ the oldest standing house West of the Blue Mountains (erected 1819). Here a young bullock ​caused a mild flutter by looking very ferocious, but he wilted before our combined approach. On to Barber'​s Creek for lunch. The road between Little Hartley and Wilson'​s Glen has been put into excellent order, apparently for timber hauling - the concrete box culverts are most impressive. All went well until the swamp below Centennial Glen where, in trying to avoid getting bogged, we mislaid the track. Ernie French followed what he described as animal pads and gave us an anxious moment until he was safely restored to our midst. Centennial Glen was at its best after so much recent rain. We arrived in Blackheath just in time to see the 4.24 p.m. train, which the Railway Department had assured us would not run, go out. However, a spruce up, a beer and some hot food, fortified the party for the assault on the 6.9 p.m. which ran as tabled, even if 15 minutes late.
  
 The country around the Main Divide is well worth a look at especially when the coastal weather is bad. It can be approached from Lithgow (bus to South Bowenfels) or Rydal, although the train service to this station is poor. Go and see for yourself! The country around the Main Divide is well worth a look at especially when the coastal weather is bad. It can be approached from Lithgow (bus to South Bowenfels) or Rydal, although the train service to this station is poor. Go and see for yourself!
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 It is indeed very amusing to read of the "​prodigal spending"​ of £93 on the new duplicator from a reserve fund which was created for the very purpose of purchasing equipment! Our last duplicator was second-hand when bought by the Club, and when traded in was aged about 25 years - and then it wouldn'​t lie down. This new machine, not having been manhandled by a previous owner, should have at least the longevity of its predecessor. By "​shedding the load" over 25 years the new machine costs less than £4 per year! It is indeed very amusing to read of the "​prodigal spending"​ of £93 on the new duplicator from a reserve fund which was created for the very purpose of purchasing equipment! Our last duplicator was second-hand when bought by the Club, and when traded in was aged about 25 years - and then it wouldn'​t lie down. This new machine, not having been manhandled by a previous owner, should have at least the longevity of its predecessor. By "​shedding the load" over 25 years the new machine costs less than £4 per year!
  
-And now to confound the babbling economic wizards. The last Annual Report and Balance Sheet was wholly produced by the Club - typed, duplicated, collated and stapled. It was a 13-page affair, of which 350 copies were struck. To have 350 of each of 13 pages, and not even collated and stapled, run off by a commercial duplicating firm costs £13. 6. 9d. This Report cost the Club the mere sum of £3. 8. 0, thus effecting a saving of £9.18. 9d!! Multiply this by the estimated life of the machine at 25 years and we have saved £248. 8. 9d., i e. £155. 8. 9d. more than the machine cost. I can save you another £4 or so on each Walks Programme if run off on stiff board as in other years - £12 per year X 25 years - another £300. You have had song sheets for re-unions, club forms, "Hints to Prospectives"​ and now the proposed 25-sheet song book - all at little cost. The club magazine has been produced at no cost to the Club, in fact it had accumulated assets of £27. 6. 2d. at the last official balance.+And now to confound the babbling economic wizards. The last Annual Report and Balance Sheet was wholly produced by the Club - typed, duplicated, collated and stapled. It was a 13-page affair, of which 350 copies were struck. To have 350 of each of 13 pages, and not even collated and stapled, run off by a commercial duplicating firm costs £13. 6. 9d. This Report cost the Club the mere sum of £3. 8. 0, thus effecting a saving of £9.18. 9d!! Multiply this by the estimated life of the machine at 25 years and we have saved £248. 8. 9d., i.e. £155. 8. 9d. more than the machine cost. I can save you another £4 or so on each Walks Programme if run off on stiff board as in other years - £12 per year X 25 years - another £300. You have had song sheets for re-unions, club forms, "Hints to Prospectives"​ and now the proposed 25-sheet song book - all at little cost. The club magazine has been produced at no cost to the Club, in fact it had accumulated assets of £27. 6. 2d. at the last official balance.
  
 Therefore, had we not been the proud possessors of a duplicator, the cost of the Annual Report and other items would have been hidden under the sub-heading of "​Printing"​ in the Income and Expenditure Account from year to year and the Annual General Meeting would have bemoaned the rising costs of running the Club and no doubt increased the annual subscription to offset the money we now are actually saving. Have you been duped?? Definitely. Therefore, had we not been the proud possessors of a duplicator, the cost of the Annual Report and other items would have been hidden under the sub-heading of "​Printing"​ in the Income and Expenditure Account from year to year and the Annual General Meeting would have bemoaned the rising costs of running the Club and no doubt increased the annual subscription to offset the money we now are actually saving. Have you been duped?? Definitely.
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 It is laughable to consider the debate on raising a "new duplicator fund" when the need to purchase a new one won't arise for a couple of decades. The Honorary Treasurer would do well to refund the "​voluntary contributions"​ made at the dance last Friday week, or forever hang his head in shame. Anyway, the principal of calling upon the regular group which frequents the Club room to donate money for the benefit of the Club in general is entirely wrong. It is laughable to consider the debate on raising a "new duplicator fund" when the need to purchase a new one won't arise for a couple of decades. The Honorary Treasurer would do well to refund the "​voluntary contributions"​ made at the dance last Friday week, or forever hang his head in shame. Anyway, the principal of calling upon the regular group which frequents the Club room to donate money for the benefit of the Club in general is entirely wrong.
  
-I might say as a member of 15 years stanling ​(or walking) that I have no knowledge of any special effort ever having been made during that period to raise funds for the purchase of equipment - we were merely fortunate in the days before rising costs hit us to have a surplus of income over expenditure and that some far sighted member had the wisdom to have a reserve earmarked for that specific purpose.+I might say as a member of 15 years standing ​(or walking) that I have no knowledge of any special effort ever having been made during that period to raise funds for the purchase of equipment - we were merely fortunate in the days before rising costs hit us to have a surplus of income over expenditure and that some far sighted member had the wisdom to have a reserve earmarked for that specific purpose.
  
 As a final shot, it won't be long before the Club will be asked to consider the purchase of a typewriter for the cutting of stencils for the magazine and general club stationery. But that's another treat in store. In the meantime, think up all the arguments you can against it. As a final shot, it won't be long before the Club will be asked to consider the purchase of a typewriter for the cutting of stencils for the magazine and general club stationery. But that's another treat in store. In the meantime, think up all the arguments you can against it.
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 During a visit to England he found that tradition had a big bearing on the success of the Trust there, but this attribute was sadly lacking in Australia, not through any fault of ours, but due to the youth of Australia as a nation, and it was up to us to cultivate a background. It was, for instance, tradition not to interfere with the "​King'​s Swans" on the Thames. How easy it could be for the average man-in-the-street to adopt the same traditional view on the protection of our wild flowers and animals. When the famous No. 10 Downing Street was in danger of collapsing there was no question of demolition - the walls were merely buttressed and the building should last some hundreds of years more. During a visit to England he found that tradition had a big bearing on the success of the Trust there, but this attribute was sadly lacking in Australia, not through any fault of ours, but due to the youth of Australia as a nation, and it was up to us to cultivate a background. It was, for instance, tradition not to interfere with the "​King'​s Swans" on the Thames. How easy it could be for the average man-in-the-street to adopt the same traditional view on the protection of our wild flowers and animals. When the famous No. 10 Downing Street was in danger of collapsing there was no question of demolition - the walls were merely buttressed and the building should last some hundreds of years more.
  
-It is not the policy of the Trust to interfere with the aims or projects of its affiliated bodies or direct them along a certain line of uniform action, but the Trut will certainly call upon the affiliated bodies if their influence, strength and enthusiasm will assist the Trust in achieving an object. Similarly the Trust will lend its support wherever possible to help the Federation if and when the occasion arises.+It is not the policy of the Trust to interfere with the aims or projects of its affiliated bodies or direct them along a certain line of uniform action, but the Trust will certainly call upon the affiliated bodies if their influence, strength and enthusiasm will assist the Trust in achieving an object. Similarly the Trust will lend its support wherever possible to help the Federation if and when the occasion arises.
  
-It therefore behoves bushwalkers to take an active interest in the work of the National Trust, as they can't expect to receive support and give nothing in return. Unless members are prepared to became members of the Trust and expound their conservation knowledge and experience accumulated over the years, and perhaps become the authorities under the second category of aims and objects, the Trust cannot become the many sided body the counterpart today holds in England. They are at present battling for the preservation of the old Mint Building and St. James' Church as examples of our early architecture. The S.B.W. as a Club can't do anything, but as an organisatbn ​of 275 members, each and every one can do something - help swell the most powerful weapon today - public opinion.+It therefore behoves bushwalkers to take an active interest in the work of the National Trust, as they can't expect to receive support and give nothing in return. Unless members are prepared to became members of the Trust and expound their conservation knowledge and experience accumulated over the years, and perhaps become the authorities under the second category of aims and objects, the Trust cannot become the many sided body the counterpart today holds in England. They are at present battling for the preservation of the old Mint Building and St. James' Church as examples of our early architecture. The S.B.W. as a Club can't do anything, but as an organisation ​of 275 members, each and every one can do something - help swell the most powerful weapon today - public opinion.
  
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-"And I have no desire to walk, for I am acquainted with almost all the rustic sights and sounds of this neighborhood, at least over the weekend. The sights of our beechwoods afford at this season are the thousands upon thousands of pallid but assertive industrialists which touring car and motor coach deposit in every mossy dingle. There they lie, prostrate grubs in unsightly cocoons of greasy paper, mineral water bottles and empty sardine tins. The rustic sounds contend with their gramophones and wireless portables. The rills may laugh, thrush or linnet sing, the "sweet wind" may "​gently kiss the trees",​ but the voice of the Amorous American negro will drown them all. But what our visitors like best is to read the newspaper to jazzy accompaniment. In this fashion concentration upon harmony is diversified by an intelligent interest in politics, while the brain fag induced by the study of our social and democratic conditions is alleviated by the strains of music."​+"And I have no desire to walk, for I am acquainted with almost all the rustic sights and sounds of this neighbourhood, at least over the weekend. The sights of our beechwoods afford at this season are the thousands upon thousands of pallid but assertive industrialists which touring car and motor coach deposit in every mossy dingle. There they lie, prostrate grubs in unsightly cocoons of greasy paper, mineral water bottles and empty sardine tins. The rustic sounds contend with their gramophones and wireless portables. The rills may laugh, thrush or linnet sing, the "sweet wind" may "​gently kiss the trees",​ but the voice of the Amorous American negro will drown them all. But what our visitors like best is to read the newspaper to jazzy accompaniment. In this fashion concentration upon harmony is diversified by an intelligent interest in politics, while the brain fag induced by the study of our social and democratic conditions is alleviated by the strains of music."​
  
 - Kenneth Hare. - Kenneth Hare.
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-FEDERATION NOTES.+===== Federation Notes===== 
 Brian G. Harvey. Brian G. Harvey.
-The FEDERATION ANNUAL RE-UNION report indicates 120 souls signed the + 
-Tog book but many more present. A complaint has since been received that the function is held too late in the year, and Clubs are asked to +__The Federation Annual Re-Union__ ​report indicates 120 souls signed the log book but many more present. A complaint has since been received that the function is held too late in the year, and Clubs are asked to consider a suitable time delegates. 
-consider a suitable time delegates. + 
-FEDERATION ANNUAL BALL, 321 patrons were present and the net proceeds should be aiound 85. Are there any suggestions for next year's event? +__Federation Annual Ball__. ​321 patrons were present and the net proceeds should be around £85. Are there any suggestions for next year's event? 
-GRAND CANYON. The Blue Mountains City Cauncil ​advised the Horse Track 7=7E7771 ​signposted as an alternative route to Evans Lookout in the event of flooding of the creek. The Council will provide anchored stepping stones across the dangerous ​rook creek bed in lieu of a wire rope, which they consider would be a potential cause of a blockup. + 
-S.B.W. IMITR RE URBAN PARKS was considered. It was decided to ask Clubs to urge individua ​members to protest to the Sydney Municipal Council re alienation of Hyde Park for restroams ​and the proposed parking station. The Federation as a body could not make a protest as it was considered outside the scope of Federation'​s activities. +__Grand Canyon__. The Blue Mountains City Council ​advised the Horse Track would be well signposted as an alternative route to Evans Lookout in the event of flooding of the creek. The Council will provide anchored stepping stones across the dangerous ​rock creek bed in lieu of a wire rope, which they consider would be a potential cause of a blockup. 
-TREE PLANTING. Clubs are asked to convey their ideas to the Federation ​7F-EFTE7YE51ementatl on by bushwalkers of the Governor General'​s Tree Planting Scheme, which should interest all conservationists. Trees and shrubs can be obtained at very cheap rates from the State Niarsery ​at Pennant ​Erns+ 
-INFORMATION SECTION. Mr. Gordon Adams, of the St.George Club, was -6:ppoinTed F71757-87-of section which is collating useful ​infornation ​for reference at Paddy'​s shop in the future. +__S.B.W. Letter Re Urban Parks__ ​was considered. It was decided to ask Clubs to urge individual ​members to protest to the Sydney Municipal Council re alienation of Hyde Park for restrooms ​and the proposed parking station. The Federation as a body could not make a protest as it was considered outside the scope of Federation'​s activities. 
-NATIONAL TRUST. The meeting was addressed by Mr. King, the President ​3TTE7-77TrE71 ​Trust, on the aims and abjects ​of the body. (The text of his address is reported elsewhere in this issue , see Page 10.) + 
-GARAWARRA PARK. The field unit of the Rangers League has planted ​EUECTI ​of WEratah ​seeds in the parks, which were supplied by courtesy of the Superintendent of the National Park. A check-Up is to be made to as certain results. +__Tree Planting__. Clubs are asked to convey their ideas to the Federation ​as to the implementation ​by bushwalkers of the Governor General'​s Tree Planting Scheme, which should interest all conservationists. Trees and shrubs can be obtained at very cheap rates from the State Nursery ​at Pennant ​Hills
-RE-ENACTMENT OF GROSSING OF THE BLUE MOUNTAINS, ​The various mountain ​=orities ​expressed their gratefulnanks ​to the bushwalkers for supplying personnel to play the parts of the explorers and oongratulated ​the Federation on the choice of' ​their representatives. + 
-PADDY NEWS+__Information Section__. Mr. Gordon Adams, of the St.George Club, was appointed convenor ​of section which is collating useful ​information ​for reference at Paddy'​s shop in the future. 
-The wheels have turned and the Department of + 
-Whatever it is has given the all clear to go allza d with +__National Trust__. The meeting was addressed by Mr. King, the President ​of the National ​Trust, on the aims and objects ​of the body. (The text of his address is reported elsewhere in this issue , see Page 10.) 
-shop and factory. Now remains the comparatively simple ​job of getting the work done. + 
-Those good folks who penetrated the dust and helped ​Clean up at Harris Street will be pleased to know we had our aution ​and the place is now nearly empty. +__Garawarra Park__. The field unit of the Rangers League has planted ​hundreds ​of Waratah ​seeds in the parks, which were supplied by courtesy of the Superintendent of the National Park. A check-up is to be made to as certain results. 
-WHAT HAS PADDY GOT+ 
-RUCKSACKS ​with and without ​frarre ​available from stock or at short noti cc+__Re-Enactment Of Crossing Of The Blue Mountains__. ​The various mountain ​authorities ​expressed their grateful thanks ​to the bushwalkers for supplying personnel to play the parts of the explorers and congratulated ​the Federation on the choice of their representatives. 
-TENTS. Willesden, green and golden ​an lightweight japara available. Tents in stock or at short notice. ​Ounce counters ​lease note - the golden tan ra7htweight mateiTia ​is ari especially good cloth and weigh s only little more than half the weight of the ordinary japara. This cloth is not likely to be repeated for a long time to come. + 
-SKI GEAR  ​Full stocks ​ now available. Come and see. +---- 
-TASMANIA. For Tassie fans - magazine of Launceston Walking Club - "SKYLINE ​pri cc 2/6d. - now on sale.+ 
 +===== Paddy News===== 
 + 
 +The wheels have turned and the Department of Whatever it is has given the all clear to go ahead with shop and factory. Now remains the comparatively simple job of getting the work done. 
 + 
 +Those good folks who penetrated the dust and helped ​clean up at Harris Street will be pleased to know we had our auction ​and the place is now nearly empty. 
 + 
 +=== What Has Paddy Got=== 
 + 
 +__Rucksacks__ ​with and without ​frame available from stock or at short notice
 + 
 +__Tents__. Willesden, green and golden ​tan lightweight japara available. Tents in stock or at short notice. ​__Ounce ​counters ​please note__ ​the golden tan lightweight material ​is an especially good cloth and weighs ​only little more than half the weight of the ordinary japara. This cloth is not likely to be repeated for a long time to come. 
 + 
 +__Ski Gear__. ​Full stocks now available. Come and see. 
 + 
 +__Tasmania__. For Tassie fans - magazine of Launceston Walking Club - "Skyline" ​price 2/6d. - now on sale.
        
-PADDY PALL IN +Paddy Pallin.
-Still at 1st Floor, Y.M.C.A. +
-$25 Pitt Street, +
-SYDNEY. +
-13. +
-.+
  
 +Still at 1st Floor, Y.M.C.A. 325 Pitt Street, Sydney.
 +
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