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 I reached the lateral moraine trembling and panting. "Hi, there" called Bert "​what'​s your hurry? We thought you'd take to the side eventually. Gordon and I have been following the side for the last  couple of miles. Too wet and sloppy further out, eh?" "​Ye-e-s'​ I said weakly and followed in silence to the hut. I reached the lateral moraine trembling and panting. "Hi, there" called Bert "​what'​s your hurry? We thought you'd take to the side eventually. Gordon and I have been following the side for the last  couple of miles. Too wet and sloppy further out, eh?" "​Ye-e-s'​ I said weakly and followed in silence to the hut.
  
-=====Federation ​News - January.=====+=====Federation ​Notes - January.=====
  
 - Allen A. Strom. - Allen A. Strom.
-the death of + 
-a walking tour the dead + 
-A report was received on the accident leading to Bob Thomas, President of The Kameruka Club, Whilst an in Tasmania. Delegates stoodas a mark of respect to bushwalker. +A report was received on the accident leading to the death of Bob Thomas, President of The Kameruka Club, whilst on a walking tour in Tasmania. Delegates stood as a mark of respect to the dead bushwalker. 
-16. + 
-The Austrian Foreign Trade Representative in Australia, +The Austrian Foreign Trade Representative in Australia, Dr. W. Brauneis, 537 New South Head Road, Double Bay, has some first class 16mm sound films on skiing, mountaineering and rock climbing ​in Europe, available free to Clubs. 
-Dr. W. Brauneis, 537 New South Head Road, Double Bay, has some first class 16mm sound films on skiing, mountaineering and rock climbing ​tlz. Europe, available free to Clubs. + 
-TANK AT COURIDJAN STATION: The Railway Department has indicated ​FEETT-E7-7777-Of i-,​575nang ​the tank will be given attention. +====Tank At Couridjah Station:==== 
-It was reported to Federation that the Proprietor of Barrington ​Hous, was refusing to allow walkers to pass through his property, to and from the Careyts ​Peak Traci,​- ​This had arisen following incidents in which users of the track had spread rubbish on lawns and used bathrooms at the House. The Federation will inquire further into the matter. + 
-Mr. John Cotter was elected ​Vice President ​to fill the vacancy +The Railway Department has indicated ​that the matter of replacing ​the tank will be given attention. 
-caused by the resignation of-MFT-riongr-Freming+ 
-THE iliEDERATION RE-UNION is due to talm place on the weekend March +It was reported to Federation that the Proprietor of Barrington ​House was refusing to allow walkers to pass through his property, to and from the Carey'​s ​Peak Track. ​This had arisen following incidents in which users of the track had spread rubbish on lawns and used bathrooms at the House. The Federation will inquire further into the matter. 
-7OTE7- ​A Camp Committee has been appointed and will hold its first meeting at 6 p.m. on February 3rd in the Federation'​s Meeting Room. First matter to be decided will be the Re-union site. + 
-ftermtwoonak.v.x.mmampsomams...armaimaai +Mr. John Cotter was elected ​__Vice President__ ​to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. Lionel Fleming
-rillE PALLIN FAREWELL PARTY+ 
-More than 120 S:B.W's turned up at the Harvey'​s place on Saturda7 ​(January 22nd) to farewell Paddy and May, who are now on the high sea on their way to England. +====The Federation Re-union:​==== 
-Sydney'​s long dr-oucht ​had'at last broken and there was a mild patter of rain all the evening, but rain seems to do something to Bushwalkers - makes them determined to enjoy themselves and go thraug'' ​with their programme in spite of it - and When people began to arriv, ​at 7.30 it was to find a large portion of the Harvey ​ba3kyard ​covered with great abdulled tents, the wbrk of Brian, Tom and Malcolm. The + 
-tents faced towards the campfire, blazing merrily away shpltered ​by +is due to take place on the weekend March 26/​27th. ​A Camp Committee has been appointed and will hold its first meeting at 6 p.m. on February 3rd in the Federation'​s Meeting Room. First matter to be decided will be the Re-union site. 
-sheets of corrugated iron. Several arc lamps lit up the stage" area and the gum trees in the banground. + 
-Everyone greeted everyone as, with groundsheets and sleeping ​baey: they packed into the'tents, and a gay evening of campfire songs and +=====The Pallin Farewell Party.===== 
-enteAaintent ensucyl, Malcolm'​s opera on Paddy Pallin Inc. being the highlight, with Paddy as star performer. + 
-Jim Brown, as Presidentgave a very moving and sincere speech of Farewell to Paddy and May, then May cut the large iced cake and everyone (we hope) got a bit. Supper, prepared by Jean and her +More than 120 S.B.W's turned up at the Harvey'​s place on Saturday ​(January 22nd) to farewell Paddy and May, who are now on the high sea on their way to England. 
-visitor, Margaret, Jess, Grace and Yvonne was served under canvas to the accompaniment of a really heavy downpour, which made the hot tea and savouries ​tast all thebetter. Members old and new moved around greeting each other, and much personal news and gossip was exchanged. Paddy takes away very pleasant memories of his Bushwalkinj ​friends, and of course11,​a ​will see him back again before the end of the year. +Sydney'​s long drought ​had at last broken and there was a mild patter of rain all the evening, but rain seems to do something to Bushwalkers - makes them determined to enjoy themselves and go through ​with their programme in spite of it - and when people began to arrive ​at 7.30 it was to find a large portion of the Harvey ​backyard ​covered with great abdulled tents, the work of Brian, Tom and Malcolm. The tents faced towards the campfire, blazing merrily away sheltered ​by sheets of corrugated iron. Several arc lamps lit up the "stage" area and the gum trees in the banground. 
-17+ 
-HARD CHEDDAR +Everyone greeted everyone as, with groundsheets and sleeping ​bags they packed into the tents, and a gay evening of campfire songs and entertainment ensued, Malcolm'​s opera on Paddy Pallin Inc. being the highlight, with Paddy as star performer. 
-.+ 
 +Jim Brown, as Presidentgave a very moving and sincere speech of Farewell to Paddy and May, then May cut the large iced cake and everyone (we hope) got a bit. Supper, prepared by Jean and her visitor, Margaret, Jess, Grace and Yvonne was served under canvas to the accompaniment of a really heavy downpour, which made the hot tea and savouries ​taste all the better. Members old and new moved around greeting each other, and much personal news and gossip was exchanged. Paddy takes away very pleasant memories of his Bushwalking ​friends, and of course we will see him back again before the end of the year. 
 + 
 +=====Hard Cheddar.===== 
 "​Mulga"​. "​Mulga"​.
-This is the time of year when the Crown-Street Composers enter their sanctum, put their heads together, and find that they haven'​t a sound idea between them, but console themselves with the thought that the new production will probably be a success in the chummy and not too critical atmosphere of the Annual Reunion, especially if it is put on just before supper. + 
-It's a nerve-wrecking time for sensitive souls, such as we four all are. Why last,​-ca-1, ​we had to forcibly restrain G.W. with a piece of four by two (hardood) - all because we rut his Finale at the end of the opera, instead of nearer the beginning, ​Where he wanted it +This is the time of year when the Crown Street Composers enter their sanctum, put their heads together, and find that they haven'​t a sound idea between them, but console themselves with the thought that the new production will probably be a success in the chummy and not too critical atmosphere of the Annual Reunion, especially if it is put on just before supper. 
-If you compose your own tunes, bright and gay, you must be prepared to have them put over like a Gregorian chant, and have the accent ​rut on the wrong syllable to boot. + 
-Don't for a moment imagine that I'​m ​Complaining, but +It's a nerve-wrecking time for sensitive souls, such as we four all are. Why last year we had to forcibly restrain G.W. with a piece of four by two (hardwood) - all because we put his Finale at the end of the opera, instead of nearer the beginning, ​where he wanted it
-Exhausted of ideas, you sit and ponder on a theme, + 
-You scribble down a lot of notes, you 'fill about a ream, Your mind is in a tp_rmoil ​as you struggle for a rhyme, +If you compose your own tunes, bright and gay, you must be prepared to have them put over like a Gregorian chant, and have the accent ​put on the wrong syllable to boot. 
-And then you think 'Should this be sung or rendered as a mime"​. + 
-You know the tunes you put to them are pretty good but that The singers will soon change them - at the dropping ​cf a hat - They don't like notes that are too high, or notes that are too low, But they can't hear their own voices, so I s'pose they'​re not to +Don't for a moment imagine that I'​m ​complaining, but
-know + 
-That they cculdn't sing in tune, much less find a semi-tone, And the overall effect is like the Dying Stockman'​s groan. +Exhausted of ideas, you sit and ponder on a theme,\\ 
-At last you get inspired and you write a bit of verse, They'​re not enthusiastic and you're fast becoming terse, Until you find that someone else, inspired more than you Has had the same ideas, and the tune is bright and new, And the gang all get together and you rend it with a swing +You scribble down a lot of notes, you fill about a ream,\\ 
-And hrend'​s"​ the word I mean, but they wreck the blooming ​things +Your mind is in a turmoil ​as you struggle for a rhyme,\\ 
-But I guess I should be patient, philosophical let's say, +And then you think "Should this be sung or rendered as a mime". 
-For the time will surely come when this dog will have its day, + 
-And they'​ll come to me all humble, and they'​ll say "look here, old +You know the tunes you put to them are pretty good but that\\ 
-chap, +The singers will soon change them - at the dropping ​of a hat -\\ 
-We want a song on "​this"​ or "​that",​ and something with a snap, Your tunes are really wonderful, we've always thought them so If you'​don'​t lend us your genius we'll never have a "​show"​ - +They don't like notes that are too high, or notes that are too low,\\ 
-Ah, you think that Itm an egotist? that may be clear to see, +But they can't hear their own voices, so I s'pose they'​re not to know\\ 
-But I'm always on the note-, I'm sure - er I think - er I hope - +That they couldn't sing in tune, much less find a semi-tone,\\ 
-er maybe? +And the overall effect is like the Dying Stockman'​s groan. 
-A "WRINKLE" ​FOR BOOTS+ 
-,​10.ftwiwasmosod+At last you get inspired and you write a bit of verse,\\ 
 +They'​re not enthusiastic and you're fast becoming terse,\\ 
 +Until you find that someone else, inspired more than you\\ 
 +Has had the same ideas, and the tune is bright and new,\\ 
 +And the gang all get together and you rend it with a swing\\ 
 +And "rend'​s"​ the word I mean, but they wreck the blooming ​thing! 
 + 
 +But I guess I should be patient, philosophical let's say,\\ 
 +For the time will surely come when this dog will have its day,\\ 
 +And they'​ll come to me all humble, and they'​ll say "look here, old chap,\\ 
 +We want a song on "​this"​ or "​that",​ and something with a snap,\\ 
 +Your tunes are really wonderful, we've always thought them so\\ 
 +If you'​don'​t lend us your genius we'll never have a "​show"​ -\\ 
 +Ah, you think that I'​m ​an egotist? that may be clear to see,\\ 
 +But I'm always on the note, I'm sure - er I think - er I hope - er maybe? 
 + 
 +=====A "Wrinkle" ​For Boots.===== 
 Or rather how to avoid the wrinkles that sometimes develop in the leather lining of boots. Or rather how to avoid the wrinkles that sometimes develop in the leather lining of boots.
-As we had one two complaints on this annoying ​+ 
-develop ​in :​Y.1:​11.e ​of our boots we passed it on +As we had one or two complaints on this annoying ​development ​in some of our boots we passed it on (with suitable ​sample) to the manufacturers. ​Of course they had an alibi, but seriously it sounded ​good common sense to us so we are giving you the hint. 
-(with suitable ​=Jample) to the manufacturers. ​C2 + 
-course they had an alibi, but seriously it sounded ​good common sense to us so we are giving you the +As most of us do quite a lot of creek wading, etc. that saturates boots into a sodden squelching shape of leather, you can imagine (if you think about it) how stretched and distorted leather gets. This actually happens but especially to the light leather lining of the boots and while it is in such a condition it is likely to stretch more than the outside upper and the toes force it into wrinkles which are not so irritating ​when soft and wet but if allowed to dry become painfully hard lumps that do not make a happy contact with your metatarsul extremities. So don'​t ​forget to look after your boots. If they get sodden, feel down to the toe and smooth out the lining with your fingers then stuff them with paper to dry out and keep away from the fire. Also remember to clean your boots and rub leather dressing in __straight after trip__, not just before, because water washes a lot of oil out of the leather during a walk and this should be replaced as soon as possible.
-hint. +
-As most of us do quite a lot of creek wading, etc. that saturates boots into a sodden squelching shape of leather, you can imagine (if you think about it) how stretched and distorted leather gets. This actually happens but especially to the light leather lining of the boots and while it is in such a condition it is likely to stretch more than the outside upper and the toes force it into wrinkles which are not so irritating ​When soft and wet but if allowed to dry become painfully hard lumps that do not make a happy contact with your metatarsul extremities. So donft forget to look after your boots. If they get sodden, feel down to the toe and smooth out the lining with your fingers then stuff them with paper to dry out and keep away from the fire. Also remember to clean your boots and rub leather dressing in ILLaiElLatler ​trip, not just before, because water washes a 1.67-317711 ​out of the leather during a walk and this should be replaced as soon as possible.+
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 +G.Y. Leather Dressing 2/3d. Tin. Dubbin 1/8 tin. Kiwi Wetpruf 1/6d. tin.
 +  ​
 +Paddy Pallin Pty. Ltd. 201 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. M2678.
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