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-THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER +====== The Sydney Bushwalker. ====== 
-A monthly ​bulletin ​of metters ​of interest to the Sydney Bush Walkers, C/- Ingersoll Hall, 256 Crown St., Sydney. Box No.4476 G.P.O. Sydney. '​Phone:​ JW 1462. + 
-No. 261 AUGUST, 1956. Price 9d. +A monthly ​Bulletin ​of matters ​of interest to the Sydney Bush Walkers, C/- Ingersoll Hall, 256 Crown St., Sydney. Box No.4476G.P.O. Sydney. '​Phone:​ JW 1462. 
-EditorDot Butler, Boundary ​Rd.Sales & Subs.: Jess Martin + 
-Wahroonga (JW2208) ​Typed by Dot Butler Martin +---- 
-Business ManagerJack Gentle ProductionJess Page + 
-CONTENTS ​+=== No. 261. August, 1956. Price 9d. === 
 + 
 +|**Editor**|Dot Butler, Boundary ​Road, Wahroonga (JW2208).| 
 +|**Business Manager**|Jack Gentle.| 
 +|**Production**|Jess Martin.| 
 +|**Sales and Subs**|Jess Martin.| 
 +|**Typed by**|Dot Butler.| 
 + 
 +===== In This Issue: =====
    
-At our July Meeting ​Alex Colley 1 +| | |Page| 
-Leica Photo Service (Advt.) 3 +|At our July Meeting|Alex Colley1| 
-Paralyser, 1956 Jim Brown 3 +|Paralyser, 1956|Jim Brown3| 
-Hattswell'​s Taxi & Tourist Service (Advt.) 5 +|Club Membership - Letter to the Editor|A.Colley|10| 
-The Sanitarium Health Food Shop (Advt.) 7 +|Federation Report - Annual Meeting & July Meeting| |12| 
-SiedleckyTs Taxi & Tourist Service (Advt.) 9 +|Walks Report for June| |13| 
-Club Membership - Letter to the Editor ​A.Colley 10 +|The S.B,W. Light Opera Co. (Notice)| |14| 
-Federation Report - Annual Meeting & July Meeting 12 +|Achtung Aqualungers| |14| 
-Walks Report for June13 +|Attention Lady Members (Easter Tour Programme, 1928)| |15| 
-The S.B,W. Light Opera Co. (Notice) 14 +|Sink or Swim with the Admiral|Dot Butler|16| 
-Achtung Aqualungers14 +|Ghastly Impressions|Dawn Askew|21| 
-Attention Lady Members (Easter Tour Programme,​1928) 15 +|Who'd be a Prospective|Vivienne ​Willis|22
-Sink or Swim with the Admiral ​Dot Butler 16 + 
-Ghastly Impressions ​Dawn nskew 21 +===== Advertisements:​ ===== 
-Who'd be a Prospective ​Vivienne ​ming 22 + 
-1=-MADE ITALIAN BOOTS (Paddy'​s ​advt.) 24. +| |Page| 
-AT OURMONTHLY MEETING2 JULY. - A.G. Colley+|Leica Photo Service| 3| 
 +|Hattswell'​s Taxi & Tourist Service| 5| 
 +|Sanitarium Health Food Shop| 7| 
 +|Siedlecky'​s Taxi and Tourist Service| 9| 
 +|Hand-made Italian Boots (Paddy'​s ​Advt.)|24| 
 + 
 +---- 
 + 
 +===== At Our Monthly MeetingJuly===== 
 + 
 +- A.G. Colley 
 The meeting opened at 8.30 with the President in the Chair and about 40 members present. The first business of the evening was the welcoming of two new members - John Scott and Frank Barlow. The meeting opened at 8.30 with the President in the Chair and about 40 members present. The first business of the evening was the welcoming of two new members - John Scott and Frank Barlow.
-Miscellaneous item revealed by correspondence were:- + 
-That the Canoe Club plans a celebration on the Nepean downstream from Penrith on Oct. 20th and 21st. That the Youth Hostels +Miscellaneous item revealed by correspondence were:- That the Canoe Club plans a celebration on the Nepean downstream from Penrith on Oct. 20th and 21st. That the Youth Hostels Association plan a hostel at Kiandra with shares at £5 each. That our rent has increased from 25/- to £2 a week. That Tom Kennyroyal has resigned as Federation Delegate, and Jean Wilson has resigned from the S.B.W. Committee. That the Epping group of Boy Scouts would like a bushwalker to volunteer as Scout Master - previous experience not essential. That Boomerang ​Hangover Tablets are Safe and Effective
-' ​Association plan a hostel at Kiandra with shares at :0,5 each. That our rent has increased from 25/- to a week. That Tom Kennyroyal has resigned as Federation Delegate, and Jean Wilson has resigned from the S.B.W. Committee. That the Epping group of Boy Scouts would like a bushwalker to volunteer as Scout Master - previous experience not essential. That Boonerang ​Hangover Tablets are Safe and Effective- + 
-In reply to a question, the Treasurer said that 55% of subscrip- +In reply to a question, the Treasurer said that 55% of subscriptions ​were now paid - a little better than last year, but not as good as it should be - and that he did not think, on his recollection ​of last year's figures, that any immediate action was necessitated ​by the rise in rent. 
-tions were now paid - a little better than last year, but not as good as it should be - and that he did not think, on his recollec- + 
-tion of last year's figures, that any immediate action was necessitate ​by the rise in rent. +The President drew attention to the Annual Magazine of the Tasmanian Walkers - "​Skyline"​ - copies of which are for sale in the Clubroom. Apart from the interest of these to visitors to Tasmania, the help Club members had received in their trips down there could be acknowledged in a practical manner by support of the magazine. 
-2. + 
-The President drew attention to the Annual Magazine of the Tasmanian Walkers - "​Skyline"​ - copies of which are for sale in the Clubroom. Apart from the interest of these to visitors to Tasmania, the help Club members had received in their trips down there could +The Social Secretary reported that the Annual black and white Photographic Exhibition had been a success with 105 exhibits - better than last year. 
-be acknowledged in a practical manner by support of the magazine. + 
-The Social Secretary reported that the Annual black and white +Frank Rigby, in a verbal report from the Club's publicity panel, said that the panel was seeking publicity in the A.B.C.the week-end press, magazines such as "​Walkabout"​ and "​Outdoors,"​ and perhaps later would consider ​movie films and colour slides. A letter was being written to the A.B.C. proposing a series of short weekly talks on the bushland and walking activities. Negotiations were in progress with the Daily Telegraph and Sydney Morning Herald. An article was being drafted for "​Walkabout"​. The panel wanted to keep bushwalking constantly before the public eye. Tom Moppet said that the Federation would recommend the same approach. He moved that delegates be permitted to say that the S.B.W. publicity panel would be willing to operate on behalf of the Federation and accept assistance from all Quarters, and the motion was carried with one dissentient. 
-Photographic Exhibition had been a success with 105 exhibits - + 
-better than last year. +the Secretary appealed for notification of changes of address by members. 
-Frank Rigby, in a verbal report from the Club's publicity panel, ​said that the panel was seeking publicity in the A.B.C. the week-end press, magazines such as "​Walkabout"​ and "​Outdoors,"​ and perhaps later +
-would consider ​=vie films and colour slides. A letter was being written to the A.B.C. proposing a series of short weekly talks on the bushland and walking activities. Negotiations were in progress with +
-the Daily Telegraph and Sydney Morning Herald. An article was being +
-drafted for "​Walkabout"​. The panel wanted to keep bushwalking constantly before the public eye. Tom Moppet said that the Federation would recommend the same approach. He moved that delegates be permitted to say that the S.B.W. publicity panel would be willing to operate on behalf of the Federation and accept assistance from all Quarters, and the motion was carried with one dissentient. +
-fTlierdtry',​appeTalfe=d,​-fbr ​notification of changes of address by members.+
 Malcolm McGregor announced that the "Walks Directory"​ was now in being. Seventy-seven walks had already been recorded and he was willing and ready to receive details of further trips. Malcolm McGregor announced that the "Walks Directory"​ was now in being. Seventy-seven walks had already been recorded and he was willing and ready to receive details of further trips.
- NEW MEMBERS ​and   + 
-  ​REINSTATEMENTS TO CLUB MEMBERSHIP ​ +---- 
- ​(Names to add to your list of Members issued at the end of Jan.) + 
-MrFrank Barlow 38 Moruben Rd., Mosman. XM.4252,​JF.1227 (B) +=== New members ​and reinstatements to Club membership. === 
-Mr. Garth Coulter ​  + 
-Mr. Bernard Hall 6 Billong Av., Vaucluse FU.1882 XBO41 +(Names to add to your list of Members issued at the end of Jan.) 
-   Ext.240 (B) + 
-Mr. John Scott 44 King St., Manly Vale XJ.5137 +MrFrank Barlow38 Moruben Rd., Mosman. XM.4252, JF.1227 (B)
-Dr. Bob Binks 385a Millers Rd., Cammeray  + 
-Miss Valmai Brady 17 Frederick St., Killara  +Mr. Garth Coulter
-Mr. Ron Knightley C/- 0.T.C., G.P.O.Box 7,000  + 
-Change of address ​Sydney.' +Mr. Bernard Hall6 Billong Av., VaucluseFU.1882 XBO41 Ext.240 (B)
-Mr. Kevin Af.dill ​C/- "Pine Trees",​ Lord Howe Island. + 
-Mr. Frank Young 25 Cuba St., Randgate. LW2284 +Mr. John Scott44 King St., Manly ValeXJ.5137
-FOR  SALE14 pair of Paddy'​s boots, Size 5. Absolutely ​news Z2/10/- (Cost 3)+ 
 +Dr. Bob Binks385a Millers Rd., Cammeray
 +  
 +Miss Valmai Brady17 Frederick St., Killara
 + 
 +Mr. Ron KnightleyC/- O.T.C., G.P.O. Box 7,000Sydney. 
 + 
 +__Change of address__ 
 + 
 +Mr. Kevin Ardill, ​C/- "Pine Trees",​ Lord Howe Island. 
 + 
 +Mr. Frank Young25 Cuba St., Randgate. LW2284
 + 
 +---- 
 + 
 +__For sale__pair of Paddy'​s boots, Size 5. Absolutely ​new! £2/10/- (Cost £3) 
 - Hanna Lemburg. (Apply to Dot Butler) - Hanna Lemburg. (Apply to Dot Butler)
-3.+ 
 +---- 
 + 
 PARALYSER, 1956.  PARALYSER, 1956. 
 - Jim Brown - Jim Brown
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