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 Fortunately the Christmas Party was a financial success this time by which we mean that a profit of a few shillings was made! This was certainly due to the abolition of entertainment tax, and it was the first profitable function of this kind in years. By careful budgeting and because a good deal of advertising was secured the magazine made a profit of about £7, just sufficient to restore its deficit of the previous year. Fortunately the Christmas Party was a financial success this time by which we mean that a profit of a few shillings was made! This was certainly due to the abolition of entertainment tax, and it was the first profitable function of this kind in years. By careful budgeting and because a good deal of advertising was secured the magazine made a profit of about £7, just sufficient to restore its deficit of the previous year.
  
-What do we learn from all this? Well, that in a year when there were no exceptional demands on finances, we have just managed to break even. Certain Reserves have been set aside for specific purposes, but to draw upon these for our daily bread wculd be worse than improvident. It seems simple arithmetic that we can't afford to have expensive tastes on the basis of present income.+What do we learn from all this? Well, that in a year when there were no exceptional demands on finances, we have just managed to break even. Certain Reserves have been set aside for specific purposes, but to draw upon these for our daily bread would be worse than improvident. It seems simple arithmetic that we can't afford to have expensive tastes on the basis of present income.
  
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 ==== Postal Address. ==== ==== Postal Address. ====
  
-Please note that the Club now has a Posal Box Address - Box 4476 G.P.O. will find Sydney Bush Walkers wherever and whenever we may meet.+Please note that the Club now has a Postal ​Box Address - Box 4476 G.P.O. will find Sydney Bush Walkers wherever and whenever we may meet.
  
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-===== At The Febraury ​General Meeting. =====+===== At The February ​General Meeting. =====
  
 At the appointed hour of eight we were scarcely a quorum for the February General Meeting - many having absented themselves for a farewell to Brian Andersen and Ted Weavers on their way to Tasmania. At 8.10 we were about 25, and the meeting got under way, the numbers increasing to about 36 later in the evening. Heather Joyce was welcomed, minutes read and confirmed, and a question asked concerning booking of a hall for the next Christmas party. Answer not being immediately available, we went on to correspondence,​ containing advice from the P.M.G. concerning our new P.O. Box, and a letter to the "​Herald"​ pointing out that an article on their magazine page concerning shooting of kangaroos "​within 200 miles of Sydney"​ may lead people to believe this was permissible sport (?). We were advised that colour slides were again being shown at Paddy'​s shop each Thursday at 5.45 p.m. At the appointed hour of eight we were scarcely a quorum for the February General Meeting - many having absented themselves for a farewell to Brian Andersen and Ted Weavers on their way to Tasmania. At 8.10 we were about 25, and the meeting got under way, the numbers increasing to about 36 later in the evening. Heather Joyce was welcomed, minutes read and confirmed, and a question asked concerning booking of a hall for the next Christmas party. Answer not being immediately available, we went on to correspondence,​ containing advice from the P.M.G. concerning our new P.O. Box, and a letter to the "​Herald"​ pointing out that an article on their magazine page concerning shooting of kangaroos "​within 200 miles of Sydney"​ may lead people to believe this was permissible sport (?). We were advised that colour slides were again being shown at Paddy'​s shop each Thursday at 5.45 p.m.
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 Peter went with some of the spelios to Mangapu Cave, then joined us later at Waitomo. We went through these at great length, also investigating a few holes in the vicinity, one of which may be new and leads to an unexplored part of Rurakuri Cave. Also went to Aramui, Rarakuri and Waitomo Caves. Peter went with some of the spelios to Mangapu Cave, then joined us later at Waitomo. We went through these at great length, also investigating a few holes in the vicinity, one of which may be new and leads to an unexplored part of Rurakuri Cave. Also went to Aramui, Rarakuri and Waitomo Caves.
  
-A Labour-Day weekend trip in October saw us with the A.S.C. at Ketatahi Springs on the northern slopes of Tongariro, from wihch we had a day trip traversirg ​Central Crater, Red Crater, South Crater, climbed Ngaruahoo (7,​515'​) and returned via Tongariro'​s highest point, 6,​458',​ West and North Craters. Also visited Lake Rota Aira nearby.+A Labour-Day weekend trip in October saw us with the A.S.C. at Ketatahi Springs on the northern slopes of Tongariro, from which we had a day trip traversing ​Central Crater, Red Crater, South Crater, climbed Ngaruahoo (7,​515'​) and returned via Tongariro'​s highest point, 6,​458',​ West and North Craters. Also visited Lake Rota Aira nearby.
  
 Following the Waitomo Caves weekend we went on another spelio trip to Karamu Cave near Hamilton, camped the night underground,​ explored one unvisited part, then dug our way out through a narrow squeeze-way. After this we went around to and climbed down two 80-ft. holes of Karamu, Tomo and Tomac Tomo, the latter being very extensive, as is also Karamu Cave (about 4 or 5 miles of passages). Following the Waitomo Caves weekend we went on another spelio trip to Karamu Cave near Hamilton, camped the night underground,​ explored one unvisited part, then dug our way out through a narrow squeeze-way. After this we went around to and climbed down two 80-ft. holes of Karamu, Tomo and Tomac Tomo, the latter being very extensive, as is also Karamu Cave (about 4 or 5 miles of passages).
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 On the way south we spent another week at Ruapehu in the A.T.C. Hut, and climbed Ruapehu via Ti Heu Heu Ridge, traversed the top to the lake and down the Whakapapa Glacier. On the way south we spent another week at Ruapehu in the A.T.C. Hut, and climbed Ruapehu via Ti Heu Heu Ridge, traversed the top to the lake and down the Whakapapa Glacier.
  
-In Wellington we went out on a trip with Leigh Hart and the Hutt Valley Tramping Club from Otiki Forks to Waitawaiwai Hut and return, in the Tararuas. We then spent nearly another week in the Tauherenikall Valley of the Tararuas, moving around a little. Returning then to Wellington we caught the "​Moari"​ on ts second or third voyage to Christchurch,​ where we worked for a while, also acquiring an old 1930 Triumph motor bike and side car (between Peter, Betty and myself) which we loaded up with all our gear, leaving on Boxing Day for Dunedin. Peter and Betty then took the bike to Queenstown, while I made my way down through Gore to Te Anau to meet up with three Tasmanian girls who had done a number of trips with us in the North Island. They now joined us, together with another chap from Tasmania for a tramping trip in South Westland.+In Wellington we went out on a trip with Leigh Hart and the Hutt Valley Tramping Club from Otiki Forks to Waitawaiwai Hut and return, in the Tararuas. We then spent nearly another week in the Tauherenikall Valley of the Tararuas, moving around a little. Returning then to Wellington we caught the "​Moari"​ on its second or third voyage to Christchurch,​ where we worked for a while, also acquiring an old 1930 Triumph motor bike and side car (between Peter, Betty and myself) which we loaded up with all our gear, leaving on Boxing Day for Dunedin. Peter and Betty then took the bike to Queenstown, while I made my way down through Gore to Te Anau to meet up with three Tasmanian girls who had done a number of trips with us in the North Island. They now joined us, together with another chap from Tasmania for a tramping trip in South Westland.
  
 After a short visit to Te Anau Caves, we met at Lake Howden and went over via the Harris Saddle to Routburn, camped at Lake Harris one night and climbed a 6,247' peak next day - the view was terrific. Then returned along the south bank of the Routburn because the river was up and uncrossable. The three mile trip took five hours of scrambling - the track on the other side takes an hour. But no one seems to have heard of anyone coming down this side before. After a short visit to Te Anau Caves, we met at Lake Howden and went over via the Harris Saddle to Routburn, camped at Lake Harris one night and climbed a 6,247' peak next day - the view was terrific. Then returned along the south bank of the Routburn because the river was up and uncrossable. The three mile trip took five hours of scrambling - the track on the other side takes an hour. But no one seems to have heard of anyone coming down this side before.
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 It's holidays ahead!!! Easter!! Anzac weekend!! Prepare now... It's holidays ahead!!! Easter!! Anzac weekend!! Prepare now...
  
-Stoneless dates. Dried fruits in season. Figs. Raisins. ​Sultantas. Ryvita biscuits. Breakfast cereals. Terry'​s meal. Nuts - plain and salted cashews - peanuts. Crystallised pawpaw and pineapple. Apricot rolls. Fruit nougat. Glace fruits. Wheatflake and Vitaweat biscuits.+Stoneless dates. Dried fruits in season. Figs. Raisins. ​Sultanas. Ryvita biscuits. Breakfast cereals. Terry'​s meal. Nuts - plain and salted cashews - peanuts. Crystallised pawpaw and pineapple. Apricot rolls. Fruit nougat. Glace fruits. Wheatflake and Vitaweat biscuits.
  
 The Sanitarium Health Food Shop. The Sanitarium Health Food Shop.
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 Light entertainment,​ apart from the hilarious peanut scramble, came in the Underwater Swim, when Ken Meadows described an almost perfect circle, surfacing only a few feet from the bank to stare into the near faces of the spectators: and Beryl Christiansen turned on a splendid "​ostrich"​ swim, with head submerged and precious little else. Light entertainment,​ apart from the hilarious peanut scramble, came in the Underwater Swim, when Ken Meadows described an almost perfect circle, surfacing only a few feet from the bank to stare into the near faces of the spectators: and Beryl Christiansen turned on a splendid "​ostrich"​ swim, with head submerged and precious little else.
  
-We noted that the Presidential lungs, strengthened by shouting down opposition at General Meetings, again proved too mach for other underwater swimmers. We also noted that Don Frost discovered an odd peanut in his swimming trunks two hours after the scramble.+We noted that the Presidential lungs, strengthened by shouting down opposition at General Meetings, again proved too much for other underwater swimmers. We also noted that Don Frost discovered an odd peanut in his swimming trunks two hours after the scramble.
  
 The weekend was one of brilliant summer sunshine, and it seemed a pity there were so few to share in the sport. The weekend was one of brilliant summer sunshine, and it seemed a pity there were so few to share in the sport.
  
-__Then__, on the weekend of the cyclone, Brian Harvey'​s ​Instractional ​Weekend, with six members and two prospectives - also at Lake Eckersley. Rain commenced at 5.0 p.m. Saturday, and when the party pulled out at ll.30 on Sunday morning, both Woronora River and Heathcote Creek had flooded by two or three feet. Alex Colley delivered his camperaft ​lecture in the Harvey tent on Saturday night, but the first aid and mapping lectures were abandoned as the weather worsened on Sunday morning. Considering that the party survived about four inches of rain in their camp, that fires were lit on Sunday morning, that no one was washed out, it appears that the prospectives already had most of the clues on being out in adverse conditions.+__Then__, on the weekend of the cyclone, Brian Harvey'​s ​Instructional ​Weekend, with six members and two prospectives - also at Lake Eckersley. Rain commenced at 5.0 p.m. Saturday, and when the party pulled out at ll.30 on Sunday morning, both Woronora River and Heathcote Creek had flooded by two or three feet. Alex Colley delivered his campcraft ​lecture in the Harvey tent on Saturday night, but the first aid and mapping lectures were abandoned as the weather worsened on Sunday morning. Considering that the party survived about four inches of rain in their camp, that fires were lit on Sunday morning, that no one was washed out, it appears that the prospectives already had most of the clues on being out in adverse conditions.
  
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 This part of the trip is memorable for its effect on Digby if nothing else. Imagine the sight of a very white new canvas hat, skimming the top of the previously mentioned prickly bushes, a ripple in these latter as the body 'neath the hat cautiously probes its way through: the muffled, ungentlemanly curses directed at the leader-for-the-day,​ and the unmuffled ditto profanities at the bushes (prickly) and things in general. This part of the trip is memorable for its effect on Digby if nothing else. Imagine the sight of a very white new canvas hat, skimming the top of the previously mentioned prickly bushes, a ripple in these latter as the body 'neath the hat cautiously probes its way through: the muffled, ungentlemanly curses directed at the leader-for-the-day,​ and the unmuffled ditto profanities at the bushes (prickly) and things in general.
  
-Disby now firmly believes that freelancers (meaning the leader) get lost so often that they develop a liking for scrub and prickles, and leave the track whenever they can, to which the leader replies in this instance, "What track?"​+Digby now firmly believes that freelancers (meaning the leader) get lost so often that they develop a liking for scrub and prickles, and leave the track whenever they can, to which the leader replies in this instance, "What track?"​
  
 Our hero was the self-elected leader for the next (easy) day and we followed him in faith, until four o'​clock in the afternoon through open flower covered valleys under a blazing sun. While the leader and the Extrovert departed to scan the horizon from a vantage point, the Lean One, until now disinterested in map reading because of fatigue following a sleepless (gastric) night, looked at the map, drew some false conclusions,​ muttered (quite correctly) "Aw, about two miles west of where we should be" and went back to sleep. His opinion was confirmed on the return of the leader and by Frank Burt, who had been suspicious for some time, because the creeks were flowing the wrong way, but who was too much a gentleman to doubt the word of a seasoned S.B.W. Our hero was the self-elected leader for the next (easy) day and we followed him in faith, until four o'​clock in the afternoon through open flower covered valleys under a blazing sun. While the leader and the Extrovert departed to scan the horizon from a vantage point, the Lean One, until now disinterested in map reading because of fatigue following a sleepless (gastric) night, looked at the map, drew some false conclusions,​ muttered (quite correctly) "Aw, about two miles west of where we should be" and went back to sleep. His opinion was confirmed on the return of the leader and by Frank Burt, who had been suspicious for some time, because the creeks were flowing the wrong way, but who was too much a gentleman to doubt the word of a seasoned S.B.W.
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 Hannell'​s is overgrown for the first few miles, not too hard to push through, easily negotiable if you keep to the track. Further down it clears, and approaches the cattle track of a decade past described by Elyne Mitchell in "​Australia'​s Alps". Hannell'​s is overgrown for the first few miles, not too hard to push through, easily negotiable if you keep to the track. Further down it clears, and approaches the cattle track of a decade past described by Elyne Mitchell in "​Australia'​s Alps".
  
-The afternoon was spent lazing on the flats near Geehi Hut, a solid building of cemented river stones, iron roofed, and apparently frequently inhabited. A seven-foot wide vehicular suspension bridge crosses the Geehi here, and the road reaches Tom Grogin where, we were told, road workers'​ huts have been erected by the Snowy Mourtains ​Authority. O, the glories of civilisation!+The afternoon was spent lazing on the flats near Geehi Hut, a solid building of cemented river stones, iron roofed, and apparently frequently inhabited. A seven-foot wide vehicular suspension bridge crosses the Geehi here, and the road reaches Tom Grogin where, we were told, road workers'​ huts have been erected by the Snowy Mountains ​Authority. O, the glories of civilisation!
  
 We followed the Geehi as far as Devil'​s Grip Gorge (some three or fair miles) to avoid road bashing, and enjoyed four crossings. At least, two of us enjoyed them (what'​s that, Sheila?). A mile up the Geehi Walls by road, and the prospect of the twelve or fifteen more into Khancoban was losing its appeal. Consequently the driver of an approaching Landrover was confronted with four appealing eyes (the third pair of eyes was lowered in shame), and provided transport to Back Creek, where we lunched. We followed the Geehi as far as Devil'​s Grip Gorge (some three or fair miles) to avoid road bashing, and enjoyed four crossings. At least, two of us enjoyed them (what'​s that, Sheila?). A mile up the Geehi Walls by road, and the prospect of the twelve or fifteen more into Khancoban was losing its appeal. Consequently the driver of an approaching Landrover was confronted with four appealing eyes (the third pair of eyes was lowered in shame), and provided transport to Back Creek, where we lunched.
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-After some doubts whether the Boating Race for the Rudolph Cup would be held at all, the event took place at Audley, National Park, as planned. Three boat crews competed in the race, and Jim Smith and John Bookluck oared their way to a resounding victory. The trophy ​wil be presented to them at the annual Meeting. It has not yet been determined whether any particular series of victories will result in retention of the trophy.+After some doubts whether the Boating Race for the Rudolph Cup would be held at all, the event took place at Audley, National Park, as planned. Three boat crews competed in the race, and Jim Smith and John Bookluck oared their way to a resounding victory. The trophy ​will be presented to them at the annual Meeting. It has not yet been determined whether any particular series of victories will result in retention of the trophy.
  
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 It tells how Frank and David, Ross and Geoff went to Tasmania and what befell them. It tells how Frank and David, Ross and Geoff went to Tasmania and what befell them.
  
-We started on Christmas Eve, laden with supplies of Christmas cake, nuts and jelly-beans,​ and one large meat pudding, and energetically farewelled by familes ​and friends. After fighting all night for a comfortable position, we finally went to sleep, lulled by the penetrating odour of bushwalkers'​ socks. We had our breakfast on the "​Spirit"​ and voted it as decidedly Bon oh!; then, eventually reaching Melbourne, of course being Sydneysiders,​ remained unimpressed.+We started on Christmas Eve, laden with supplies of Christmas cake, nuts and jelly-beans,​ and one large meat pudding, and energetically farewelled by families ​and friends. After fighting all night for a comfortable position, we finally went to sleep, lulled by the penetrating odour of bushwalkers'​ socks. We had our breakfast on the "​Spirit"​ and voted it as decidedly Bon oh!; then, eventually reaching Melbourne, of course being Sydneysiders,​ remained unimpressed.
  
 After Christmas dinner (nuts and jelly-beans) in Melbourne we caught our 'plane to Launceston and about half-way across got our first taste of true Tassie weather. However, it wasn't quite raining when we arrived in Launceston, so we trotted off to the traditional camping ground in Cataract Gorge. We had meat pudding for tea, and went early to bed, considering that we'd done and seen quite enough for one day. After Christmas dinner (nuts and jelly-beans) in Melbourne we caught our 'plane to Launceston and about half-way across got our first taste of true Tassie weather. However, it wasn't quite raining when we arrived in Launceston, so we trotted off to the traditional camping ground in Cataract Gorge. We had meat pudding for tea, and went early to bed, considering that we'd done and seen quite enough for one day.
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 We collected our food which had been delivered to the Ranger, and moved into the shelter of the Picnic Hut, along with Mr. Winter'​s twenty-odd other walkers. That night marked the end of an era - we finished the meat pudding. We collected our food which had been delivered to the Ranger, and moved into the shelter of the Picnic Hut, along with Mr. Winter'​s twenty-odd other walkers. That night marked the end of an era - we finished the meat pudding.
  
-We slept under the table that night and were awakened early next morning by unfortunate walkers whose time was running out and who had to push on whatever the weather. In lying under a table while those above eat breakfast one not only has excellent opportunities to study bashwalkers' knobbly knees, but also, like Mr. Lazarus, to sample various breakfasts being partaken upstairs. As we lay dozing drifts of conversation came to us containing words like "​raining",​ "​snowing",​ "ice on the top track",​ and so we decided that we could afford to spend a day at Waldheim.+We slept under the table that night and were awakened early next morning by unfortunate walkers whose time was running out and who had to push on whatever the weather. In lying under a table while those above eat breakfast one not only has excellent opportunities to study bushwalkers' knobbly knees, but also, like Mr. Lazarus, to sample various breakfasts being partaken upstairs. As we lay dozing drifts of conversation came to us containing words like "​raining",​ "​snowing",​ "ice on the top track",​ and so we decided that we could afford to spend a day at Waldheim.
  
 When those moving off had gone we crawled out and stirred up the fire and, after breakfasting,​ decided on a sortie out into the weather. We set off along the south track, skirting Dove Lake, and climbing up on to Hanson'​s Peak we stood looking across to where Little Horn occasionally showed through the mist while the snow flakes drifted up to us out of the lake. Although the wind was very powerful, we thought we'd cross the saddle and go round the base of Little Horn, then back via Crater Lake, but as we moved on to the high saddle, we walked into a blast of horizontal sleet that stung our bare legs and sent us scuttling back under the lee side of Hanson'​s. When those moving off had gone we crawled out and stirred up the fire and, after breakfasting,​ decided on a sortie out into the weather. We set off along the south track, skirting Dove Lake, and climbing up on to Hanson'​s Peak we stood looking across to where Little Horn occasionally showed through the mist while the snow flakes drifted up to us out of the lake. Although the wind was very powerful, we thought we'd cross the saddle and go round the base of Little Horn, then back via Crater Lake, but as we moved on to the high saddle, we walked into a blast of horizontal sleet that stung our bare legs and sent us scuttling back under the lee side of Hanson'​s.
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 === Are walkers becoming sissies? === === Are walkers becoming sissies? ===
  
-Quote from Paddy Pallin'​s ​advertisoment ​in the magazine of October, 1937:+Quote from Paddy Pallin'​s ​advertisement ​in the magazine of October, 1937:
  
 "​Shortly after I started making camp gear I told a friend that I was getting in touch with Sydney Bush Walkers. He said "​S.B.W.?​ They'​re a pretty tough lot - won't buy anything if they can make it themselves."​ "​Shortly after I started making camp gear I told a friend that I was getting in touch with Sydney Bush Walkers. He said "​S.B.W.?​ They'​re a pretty tough lot - won't buy anything if they can make it themselves."​
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 __The National Trust__ is concentrating on an effort to ensure retention of the natural beauties of the Hawkesbury River - Broken Bay Area. The Kariong Proposal is receiving first attention. __The National Trust__ is concentrating on an effort to ensure retention of the natural beauties of the Hawkesbury River - Broken Bay Area. The Kariong Proposal is receiving first attention.
  
-__Australian Encyclopedia__:​ The note on "​Bushwalking"​ in this publicarion ​is being finalised by the President and Secretary of Federation.+__Australian Encyclopedia__:​ The note on "​Bushwalking"​ in this publication ​is being finalised by the President and Secretary of Federation.
  
 __Deewhy Lagoon__: The National Trust reports that the Fauna Protection Panel is supporting efforts to preserve portion of Deewhy Lagoon in its natural condition. __Deewhy Lagoon__: The National Trust reports that the Fauna Protection Panel is supporting efforts to preserve portion of Deewhy Lagoon in its natural condition.
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 __Warrumbungles__:​ The Department of Lands has notified the Federation that 14,000 acres have been reserved in the Warrumbungles in preparation for a National Park. The persons nominated by the Federation for inclusion on the Trust (Messrs. Pallin and McInnes) will be given full consideration. __Warrumbungles__:​ The Department of Lands has notified the Federation that 14,000 acres have been reserved in the Warrumbungles in preparation for a National Park. The persons nominated by the Federation for inclusion on the Trust (Messrs. Pallin and McInnes) will be given full consideration.
  
-The N.S.W. Federation of Dushwalking ​Clubs is affiliated with the newly established __N.S.W. Sports Federation__ whose objects are stated as: "to encourage general participation in sports involving physical exertion and to foster sports activities and the interests of those participating in such activities in New South Wales"​.+The N.S.W. Federation of Bushwalking ​Clubs is affiliated with the newly established __N.S.W. Sports Federation__ whose objects are stated as: "to encourage general participation in sports involving physical exertion and to foster sports activities and the interests of those participating in such activities in New South Wales"​.
  
 It has been reported that the Victorian Federation of Walking Clubs is interested in establishing an __Australian Federation__. It has been reported that the Victorian Federation of Walking Clubs is interested in establishing an __Australian Federation__.
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 __Annual Camp__ will be held on April 3rd/4th at Euroka Clearing. __Annual Camp__ will be held on April 3rd/4th at Euroka Clearing.
  
-A report was made to Federation on an area of land lying along the coast between Disaster Bay and Cape Howe. Many interesting features concerning its Primitive nature and the presence of certain species of plants and animals. Proposed to investigate the area fully. __Visits to Areas__ of imnortance ​would be nude as follows: Proposed Budderoo National Park: March 19/20/21st. The Kariong Peninsula Proposal: April 9/10/llth. 'Phone Allen A. Strom at WE 2528 for details.+A report was made to Federation on an area of land lying along the coast between Disaster Bay and Cape Howe. Many interesting features concerning its Primitive nature and the presence of certain species of plants and animals. Proposed to investigate the area fully. __Visits to Areas__ of importance ​would be nude as follows: Proposed Budderoo National Park: March 19/20/21st. The Kariong Peninsula Proposal: April 9/10/llth. 'Phone Allen A. Strom at WE 2528 for details.
  
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