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-THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER +======The ​Sydney ​Bushwalker.======
-A monthly bulletin of matters of interest to the Sydney ​Bush Walkers, c/- Ingersoll Hall, 256 Crown Street, Sydney. +
-Box No. 4476, G.P.O. Sydney. 'Phone ag 1462.+
  
-288 DECEMBER1958 Pr ce 1/-+A monthly bulletin of matters of interest to the Sydney Bush Walkersc/- Ingersoll Hall, 256 Crown Street, Sydney. Box No. 4476, G.P.O. Sydney. '​Phone:​ JW 1462.
  
-Editor: Geof Wagg, 131 St. Georges Cres., DrummoyneUff 3435 (B) 1-2 p mBusiness Manager: Brian Harvey +===No288 December1958Price 1/-.===
-Reproduction:​ Jess Martin Sales & Subs: Jess Martin Typed By: Grace Wagg+
  
-CONTENTS+|**Editor**|Geof Wagg, 131 St. Georges Cres., Drummoyne. UW 3435 (B) 1-2 p.m.| 
 +|**Business Manager**|Brian Harvey| 
 +|**Reproduction**|Jess Martin| 
 +|**Sales & Subs**|Jess Martin| 
 +|**Typed By**|Grace Wagg|
  
-Walkers Christmas 1 +=====Contents=====
-At Our November Meeting - Alex Colley 2 +
-But A Billy Can - Geof Wagg 3 +
-Leica Photo Service (advt.) 5 +
-S R Report - Jim Hooper 6 +
-The Sanitarium Health Food Shop (advt.) 7 +
-Heading For a Fall - Geof Wagg 8 +
-Hatswell'​s Taxi & Tourist Service (advt.) 11 +
-Easy Sunday Walk - Brian Harvey 13 +
-Your Walking Guide 14 +
-Letter From Tassie 14 +
-Letter From Joan Walker 15 +
-Going to Tassie At Christmas? (Paddy'​s advt.) 18+
  
 +| | |Page|
 +|Walkers'​ Christmas| | 1|
 +|At Our November Meeting|Alex Colley| 2|
 +|But A Billy Can|Geof Wagg| 3|
 +|S & R Report|Jim Hooper| 6|
 +|Heading For a Fall|Geof Wagg| 8|
 +|Easy Sunday Walk|Brian Harvey|13|
 +|Your Walking Guide| |14|
 +|Letter From Tassie| |14|
 +|Letter From Joan Walker| |15|
  
-WALKERS CHRISTMAS +=====Advertisements=====
-Walkers Christmas,​ +
-- '​Christmas cheer, Cold tinned pudding, Hot tinned beer. +
-Ham and chicken (sausage) too, +
-Or perhaps a D.V. stew. +
-Bad luck that the sweets you brought were Made unfit to eat by water. +
-So a nut we try to crack, +
-Place upon a rock and Whack - +
-First blow, nothing: cursing louder - Second blibw, it's crushed to powder. +
-Still the dinner'​s not a failure - Tastes like the Hotel Australia. +
-2.+
  
-====== ​At Our November Meeting ======+| |Page| 
 +|Leica Photo Service| 5| 
 +|The Sanitarium Health Food Shop| 7| 
 +|Hatswell'​s Taxi & Tourist Service|11| 
 +|Going to Tassie ​At Christmas? (Paddy'​s advt.)|18|
  
- Alex Colley+----
  
-The meeting eomraeneed with a welcome to two new members ​ Lyndsey Grey and Graham Cowell.+=====Walkers'​ Christmas.=====
  
-The reading of the minutes revealed a plot to arrange the clubroom furniture unconstitutionally. The motion covering the disposition of furniture was, according to Frank Ashdown, out of order because it had been seconded by an unfinancial member. Though at first reluctant to reveal who had told him the seconder ​ was unfinancial,​ he later divulged that it was the Treasurer. As an alternative to replacing the furniture night by night back to the 8th. October, Frank thought we should remove the motion and discuss it again. Brian Harvey, however, said it had now become a bylaw, and couldn't be rescinded. Before the bush lawyers were able to enter the fray, Ken Meadows resolved the crisis by pointing out that, at the time the seconder had seconded the notion he had not been informed that he was unfinancial;​ therefore, since he had not received notification,​ he was not unfinancial. Thissaid the Presidentsettled the matterand ordered "no further discussion herewith"​.+Walkers' ​Christmas,\\ 
 +Christmas cheer,\\ 
 +Cold tinned pudding,\\ 
 +Hot tinned beer.
  
-The meeting accepted with regret the resignation of Don Newis as Social SecretaryA change in the Technical Jollege time-,table made it impossible for Don to carry on.+Ham and chicken (sausage) too,\\ 
 +Or perhaps a D.V. stew.\\ 
 +Bad luck that the sweets you brought were\\ 
 +Made unfit to eat by water.
  
-There were no reports from any i.3lub officers except the room stewards. Of the three room stewards appointed at the last meeting, one had turned up every night, one on four out of five nights, and the other not at all. On the second night of stewardship the caretaker had threatoned homicide if any furniture was movedbutat the same time, offered ​to arrange the furniture to suit the -...31.ub+So a nut we try to crack,\\ 
 +Place upon a rock and whack -\\ 
 +First blownothing: cursing louder -\\ 
 +Second blowit's crushed ​to powder.
  
-Arising from this report it was resolved that the Rationalist Association be asked to clear the furniture from the space between the door and line six feet beyond the pillars nearest the door every Wednesday, and to arrange chairs in the centre of the hall on the second and subsequent Wednesdays of the month.+Still the dinner'​s not failure -\\ 
 +Tastes like the Hotel Australia.
  
-Next we proceeded to elect a new Walks Secretary and a committee member. There were four nominations for Walks Secretary and three for committee member. Bill Rodgers was elected Walks Soc. and Irene Pridham committee member. Brian Harvey was elected Substitute Federation Delegate. Because Rodgers was a committee member, his election as Walks Sec. leaves another vacancy to fill at thc next meeting.+----
  
-On a motion by Brian Harvey, the name of the Bill Henley Cup was changed to "Bill Henley Memorial ​Oup" and the cup is to be engraved as such.+=====At Our November Meeting===== 
 + 
 +Alex Colley 
 + 
 +The meeting commenced with a welcome to two new members - Lyndsey Grey and Graham Cowell. 
 + 
 +The reading of the minutes revealed a plot to arrange the clubroom furniture unconstitutionally. The motion covering the disposition of furniture was, according to Frank Ashdown, out of order because it had been seconded by an unfinancial member. Though at first reluctant to reveal who had told him the seconder was unfinancial,​ he later divulged that it was the Treasurer. As an alternative to replacing the furniture night by night back to the 8th October, Frank thought we should remove the motion and discuss it again. Brian Harvey, however, said it had now become a by-law, and couldn'​t be rescinded. Before the bush lawyers were able to enter the fray, Ken Meadows resolved the crisis by pointing out that, at the time the seconder had seconded the motion he had not been informed that he was unfinancial;​ therefore, since he had not received notification,​ he was not unfinancial. This, said the President, settled the matter, and ordered "no further discussion herewith"​. 
 + 
 +The meeting accepted with regret the resignation of Don Newis as Social Secretary. A change in the Technical College time-table made it impossible for Don to carry on. 
 + 
 +There were no reports from any Club officers except the room stewards. Of the three room stewards appointed at the last meeting, one had turned up every night, one on four out of five nights, and the other not at all. On the second night of stewardship the caretaker had threatoned homicide if any furniture was moved, but, at the same time, offered to arrange the furniture to suit the C1ub. Arising from this report it was resolved that the Rationalist Association be asked to clear the furniture from the space between the door and a line six feet beyond the pillars nearest the door every Wednesday, and to arrange chairs in the centre of the hall on the second and subsequent Wednesdays of the month. 
 + 
 +Next we proceeded to elect a new Walks Secretary and a committee member. There were four nominations for Walks Secretary and three for committee member. Bill Rodgers was elected Walks Sec. and Irene Pridham committee member. Brian Harvey was elected Substitute Federation Delegate. Because Bill Rodgers was a committee member, his election as Walks Sec. leaves another vacancy to fill at thc next meeting. 
 + 
 +On a motion by Brian Harvey, the name of the Bill Henley Cup was changed to "Bill Henley Memorial ​Cup" and the cup is to be engraved as such. 
 + 
 +The President announced that the Committee has decided to describe Committee nights as "free nights"​ on the Social Programme and hoped to restore these nights as nights when members could come in and talk, arrange trips, put on a few private slides, or enjoy themselves in other ways. 
 + 
 +The expenditure of about £6 on equipment for the map cabinet was approved. 
 + 
 +At the conclusion of the meeting David Ingram extended an invitation to any old members who hadn't arranged to join a group at the Christmas Party, to join his party. 
 + 
 +----
  
-The President announced that the jommitteo 1-.'es decided to describe Jorimittee nights as "free nights'​ on the Social Programme and hoped to restore these nights as nights when members could come in and tallf, arrange trips, put on a few private slides, or enjoy themselves in other ways. 
-The ovenditure of about 6 on equipment for the map cabinet was approved. 
-At the conclusion of the meeting David Ingram extended an invitation to any old members who hadn't arranged to join a group at the ahristma.,0 Party, to join his party. 
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