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 |Arachnida, Acrina, Acariasis|Ray Hookway| 9| |Arachnida, Acrina, Acariasis|Ray Hookway| 9|
 |To Dannae Brook and Back - Just|David Peacock|12| |To Dannae Brook and Back - Just|David Peacock|12|
-|Federation Notes|Ray ​Hoolcway|16|+|Federation Notes|Ray ​Hookway|16|
 |One More Month|Observer|17| |One More Month|Observer|17|
 |The Australian Bush|Jean A. Witton|18| |The Australian Bush|Jean A. Witton|18|
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 =====A Warning On What Can Happen.===== =====A Warning On What Can Happen.=====
  
-Farmers at Barallier (opposite Tony Carlon'​s) have been ordering cars off the land, even though it is a public right of way. It has been suggested that this action is a result of the recent episode when three gates were left open by a party of Bushwalkers going through. It happened through a misunderstanding,​ but the fact remains, __it should not have happened__. Remember the rule: gates should be left as they are found. And the only way to ensure this is for the person opening any gate to also close it. __Don not take it for granted that othersw ​will understand.__+Farmers at Barallier (opposite Tony Carlon'​s) have been ordering cars off the land, even though it is a public right of way. It has been suggested that this action is a result of the recent episode when three gates were left open by a party of Bushwalkers going through. It happened through a misunderstanding,​ but the fact remains, __it should not have happened__. Remember the rule: gates should be left as they are found. And the only way to ensure this is for the person opening any gate to also close it. __Don not take it for granted that others ​will understand.__
  
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 "​Wildlife Conservation Saves for Tomorrow'​s People"​. "​Wildlife Conservation Saves for Tomorrow'​s People"​.
  
-Camping at Merrica is not encouraged, so we went on six miles to Wally Newtons Visitors Centre, going down a steep but hard dirt road. There were only two other campers there during our stay - what a change to all the other places down the coast at Xmas! The camping area at Newtons is delightfully set in a glade about 400 yards from the boom of the surf. There are no huts, only made fireplaces are visible, and a map on a post. In fact the whole place at Nadgoe ​spells - unspoiled, by human hands. Clear water comes from Wirra Birra Creek nearby. Under a log in the centre of the camping ground is a family of tame black snakes, after fed by the Ranger. In the mornings and evenings the grey kangaroos (mac-ropus major), some seven feet high, come out to graze and we could approach them to within ten feet. More timid were the red necked wallaby and black wallaby, keeping in the background. Rabbits and goannas roamed free, and lyre birds were strutting around in the scrub - most of which was impenetrable to humans even if we were allowed off the tracks - and Ground (swamp) Parrots on the heath.+Camping at Merrica is not encouraged, so we went on six miles to Wally Newtons Visitors Centre, going down a steep but hard dirt road. There were only two other campers there during our stay - what a change to all the other places down the coast at Xmas! The camping area at Newtons is delightfully set in a glade about 400 yards from the boom of the surf. There are no huts, only made fireplaces are visible, and a map on a post. In fact the whole place at Nadgee ​spells - unspoiled, by human hands. Clear water comes from Wirra Birra Creek nearby. Under a log in the centre of the camping ground is a family of tame black snakes, after fed by the Ranger. In the mornings and evenings the grey kangaroos (mac-ropus major), some seven feet high, come out to graze and we could approach them to within ten feet. More timid were the red necked wallaby and black wallaby, keeping in the background. Rabbits and goannas roamed free, and lyre birds were strutting around in the scrub - most of which was impenetrable to humans even if we were allowed off the tracks - and Ground (swamp) Parrots on the heath.
  
 The birdlife was most plentiful up in the trees, particularly the bellbirds, also black and red cockatoos, crimson rosellas, and many others. The birdlife was most plentiful up in the trees, particularly the bellbirds, also black and red cockatoos, crimson rosellas, and many others.
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 Driving back to Merrica we left the vehicle, and walked 3 1/2 miles down another nature trail to tile Merrica Inlet, a beautiful spot hemmed in by wooded headlands and cliffs. It had been hot walking, so we swam in the lagoon and then lunched. We later went round the southern headland to the first creek entering the ocean. By some quirk of nature this creek has been diverted from its original course to the ocean, and now goes through a tunnel about 100' long, up to 15' high and down to 4' wide through the solid rock. Waves roar into the tunnel from the ocean, causing a hasty retreat after taking photos. On the way back to Merrica in the heat, we were stopped by a nice rock pool on Wombat Creek, when Ranger Hope arrived in his landrover, and we got a lift back to Merrica. Here we said goodbye to the Hopes, after receiving notes on Nadgee and charts of animals and birds. Driving back to Merrica we left the vehicle, and walked 3 1/2 miles down another nature trail to tile Merrica Inlet, a beautiful spot hemmed in by wooded headlands and cliffs. It had been hot walking, so we swam in the lagoon and then lunched. We later went round the southern headland to the first creek entering the ocean. By some quirk of nature this creek has been diverted from its original course to the ocean, and now goes through a tunnel about 100' long, up to 15' high and down to 4' wide through the solid rock. Waves roar into the tunnel from the ocean, causing a hasty retreat after taking photos. On the way back to Merrica in the heat, we were stopped by a nice rock pool on Wombat Creek, when Ranger Hope arrived in his landrover, and we got a lift back to Merrica. Here we said goodbye to the Hopes, after receiving notes on Nadgee and charts of animals and birds.
  
-One more visit was to be made on our way up the coast. Just before Bega we turned off to Tathra on the ocean front and proceeded north to Tanja. Here we met John Cremerius, the enthusiastic conservationist manager of Ponder's Timber Preservation and Wildlife Refuge. He is working hard for a far South Coast National Park, and currently to preserve the area around Nelson Lake. He is an inspired man with marvellous ideas on conservation. At Pender'​s all trees are raised from seed, and as timber is taken it is replaced in a continuous process. The final timber product is preserved by chemicals inserted by a pressure gun, and the whole thing is highly scientific. We saw groves of Sydney bluegum and other trees in cultured rows, but maintaining the moisture with light ground cover of grasses. The bushland here is a wonderful place for wildlife, and is outstanding against some of the adjacent countryside. John has offered a fully conducted tour of the property by appointment,​ and can be reached care of the P.O. Tanja via Bega.+One more visit was to be made on our way up the coast. Just before Bega we turned off to Tathra on the ocean front and proceeded north to Tanja. Here we met John Cremerius, the enthusiastic conservationist manager of Pender's Timber Preservation and Wildlife Refuge. He is working hard for a far South Coast National Park, and currently to preserve the area around Nelson Lake. He is an inspired man with marvellous ideas on conservation. At Pender'​s all trees are raised from seed, and as timber is taken it is replaced in a continuous process. The final timber product is preserved by chemicals inserted by a pressure gun, and the whole thing is highly scientific. We saw groves of Sydney bluegum and other trees in cultured rows, but maintaining the moisture with light ground cover of grasses. The bushland here is a wonderful place for wildlife, and is outstanding against some of the adjacent countryside. John has offered a fully conducted tour of the property by appointment,​ and can be reached care of the P.O. Tanja via Bega.
  
 =====Arachnida,​ Acarina, Acariasis.===== =====Arachnida,​ Acarina, Acariasis.=====
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 ====Medical Treatment==== ====Medical Treatment====
  
-1. Injectien ​of canine tick serum. 1M 20m1.+1. Injection ​of canine tick serum. 1M 20m1.
  
 This serum should only be used where there is a strong possibility of fatal results. This serum should only be used where there is a strong possibility of fatal results.
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 Favourite locations are in the folds of skin near the groin, on the scalp, in the ears, or even in the mouth. Favourite locations are in the folds of skin near the groin, on the scalp, in the ears, or even in the mouth.
  
-Perhaps future Barrington walks may conclude with a communal "​Tick-out"​ held in the bar of the Dungog hotel. ​The knows?+Perhaps future Barrington walks may conclude with a communal "​Tick-out"​ held in the bar of the Dungog hotel. ​Who knows?
  
 If so Happy hunting..... If so Happy hunting.....
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 =====Federation Notes.===== =====Federation Notes.=====
  
-- Ray Rookway.+- Ray Hookway. 
 + 
 +Minutes of the previous meeting were read and correspondence dealt with - nothing out of the ordinary. 
 + 
 +====Search and  Rescue Report====
  
-Einutes of the previous meeting were read and correspondence dealt with - nothing out of the ordinary. 
-Search and  Rescue Report ​ 
 Receipt for $94 was received from the G.I.O. covering insurance for S & R activities. Any person who signs the attendance register at a Search and Rescue incident is covered. Coverage of the total number of people is unlimited i.e. any number can play.... Full details of the coverage are given in the Federation Notes of the December magazine. Receipt for $94 was received from the G.I.O. covering insurance for S & R activities. Any person who signs the attendance register at a Search and Rescue incident is covered. Coverage of the total number of people is unlimited i.e. any number can play.... Full details of the coverage are given in the Federation Notes of the December magazine.
-T-----,---'s Report + 
-_L. +====Treasurer's Report==== 
-Balance in the General Account is $197509 ​whilst the balance in + 
-S & R Account is $100. The final Ball profit was given as $1429 and the Raffle profit was $203. Paddy Pallin still has to be paid $25 for the prize from the above amount. A cheque for $121 was presented to S & R representing proceeds from recent films. +Balance in the General Account is $1,​750, ​whilst the balance in S & R Account is $100. The final Ball profit was given as $142, and the Raffle profit was $203. Paddy Pallin still has to be paid $25 for the prize from the above amount. A cheque for $121 was presented to S & R representing proceeds from recent films. 
-Search and Rescue (again)+ 
 +====Search and Rescue (again)==== 
 The short-changed rope has been replaced by the supplier. Two stretchers manufactured by members have been donated to the S & R Section; value is possibly $200. A motion was passed to pay affiliation fees for the Association of Rescue Clubs. Some new gear has been acquired including 10 carabiners and 3 dumers. The short-changed rope has been replaced by the supplier. Two stretchers manufactured by members have been donated to the S & R Section; value is possibly $200. A motion was passed to pay affiliation fees for the Association of Rescue Clubs. Some new gear has been acquired including 10 carabiners and 3 dumers.
-The President ​re-ported ​on the meeting held at Sawpit Creek (was to have been at White'​s River hut but due to large attendance and inclement weather venue was changed). Main theme of the conference was regarding the huts in the park9 and the future policy to be adopted. There were three main points of view presented-+ 
 +The President ​reported ​on the meeting held at Sawpit Creek (was to have been at White'​s River hut but due to large attendance and inclement weather venue was changed). Main theme of the conference was regarding the huts in the park, and the future policy to be adopted. There were three main points of view presented:- 
 1. Commercialisation of tops with better style of huts. 1. Commercialisation of tops with better style of huts.
 +
 2. Status quo to be maintained, with Spartan huts. 2. Status quo to be maintained, with Spartan huts.
 +
 3. Perisher Valley type. 3. Perisher Valley type.
-The Snowy Mountains Authority gauging stations are all to be removed. Consensus of opinion was to retain the status quo until more thinking on the subject can be done. A group was formed to draw up a consitution ​for a Kosciusko Huts Association to plan future huts and + 
-hut maintenance. This consitution ​is to be presented in February or +The Snowy Mountains Authority gauging stations are all to be removed. Consensus of opinion was to retain the status quo until more thinking on the subject can be done. A group was formed to draw up a constitution ​for a Kosciusko Huts Association to plan future huts and hut maintenance. This constitution ​is to be presented in February or March. The group formed will manage maintenance of huts by asking Clubs to take the responsibility of maintaining one hut. Discussion was also had regarding the tri-State trail from Tidbinbilla ​in New South Wales to the Baw Baws in Victoria via Tom Groggins, the Barry Mountains, Bogong High Plains, and Mt. Wills. A second idea was via the Cobberas to the Pilot. Federation moved that we write to the Victorian Government Tourist Bureau suggesting the original route via Cobberas. 
-March. The group formed will manage maintenance of huts by asking Clubs to take the responsibility of maintaining one hut. Discussion was also had regarding the tri-State trail from Tiddinbilla ​in New South Wales to the Baw Baws in Victoria via Tom Groggins, the Barry Mountains, + 
-January, 1971 THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER Page 17 +====New Maps==== 
-Bogong High Plains, and Mt. Wills. A second idea *dg via the Cobberas to the Pilot. Federation moved that we write to the Victorian Government Tourist Bureau suggesting the original route via Cobberas. + 
-irrnps +Krawaree, Snowball Lands Dept. 1/25000
-Krawaree, SnowballLands Dept. 1/25000+
 New Hawkesbury tourist map in 8 colours includes a lot of revisions including fire roads. New Hawkesbury tourist map in 8 colours includes a lot of revisions including fire roads.
-Jamison 2": miles reprinted, Katoomba ditto is to be issued this month, as is Hampton ditto. . . + 
-Federation Ball +Jamison 2":​miles reprinted, Katoomba ditto is to be issued this month, as is Hampton ditto. 
-The Roundhouse was proposed as venue for the next Ball. Federation Reunion, + 
-The Tolgan ​Valley was chosen as zite-for the next Reunion. +====Federation Ball==== 
-ONE MORE MONTH+ 
 +The Roundhouse was proposed as venue for the next Ball. 
 + 
 +====Federation Reunion==== 
 + 
 +The Wolgan ​Valley was chosen as site for the next Reunion. 
 + 
 +---- 
 + 
 +=====One More Month.===== 
 By Observer. By Observer.
--an Stephen took a hurried trip by aeroplane from Djakarta and is now taking a spell in St. Vincents Hospital. Observer is not sure what it is that Ian is suffering from, but he would probably be pleased to have a visitor or two to cheer him up. + 
-Ken Ellis is back from his world meanderings,​ after a forced short +Ian Stephen took a hurried trip by aeroplane from Djakarta and is now taking a spell in St. Vincents Hospital. Observer is not sure what it is that Ian is suffering from, but he would probably be pleased to have a visitor or two to cheer him up. 
-holiday in Indiawhere ho lived on tea and biscuits for a while. He was in Sydney, but has now returned to work at Teipa, on the top of Australia. + 
-Roger Gowing is still away, and at last report was picking oranges in Israel with some Generals there - 'hasn't been 8.,​light ​up in the fighting as yet though. +Ken Ellis is back from his world meanderings,​ after a forced short holiday in Indiawhere he lived on tea and biscuits for a while. He was in Sydney, but has now returned to work at Weipa, on the top of Australia. 
- ****a(-* + 
-Anne O'​Leary, ​wo hear, has been given a new appointment in Canberra, and will therefore be taking up residence shortly in the Nation'​s +Roger Gowing is still away, and at last report was picking oranges in Israel with some Generals there - hasn't been caught ​up in the fighting as yet though. 
-capital. We hopeshe has a large guest'​robm ​to accommodatepassers ​through. + 
-*****-X-. +Anne O'​Leary, ​we hear, has been given a new appointment in Canberra, and will therefore be taking up residence shortly in the Nation'​s capital. We hope she has a large guest room to accommodate passers ​through. 
-Ken Chapman and Judy Simpson were recently married, and a good spattering of the bushwalking fraternity ​wore present at their wedding. They are now living at Eastwood, and we wish them all the best for many years of wedded bliss. + 
-Page 18 T. BUSHWALICER January,​ 1971 +Ken Chapman and Judy Simpson were recently married, and a good spattering of the bushwalking fraternity ​were present at their wedding. They are now living at Eastwood, and we wish them all the best for many years of wedded bliss. 
-THE AUSTRALIAN BUSH By Jean A. Titton + 
-(Copied, with her permission, ​bY Esme Biddulph) +=====The Australian Bush.===== 
-Rippling waters softly sing Laughing, gurgling, chattering,​ + 
-Ferns all bright with sparkling spray Quiver and bow along the way. +By Jean A. Titton (Copied, with her permission, ​by Esme Biddulph) 
-Bell birds, ​whiPbirds, magpies, call While sparrow hawks soar over all. Tread softly and you may espy+ 
 +Rippling waters softly sing\\ 
 +Laughing, gurgling, chattering,\\ 
 +Ferns all bright with sparkling spray\\ 
 +Quiver and bow along the way. 
 + 
 +Bell birds, ​whipbirds, magpies, call\\ 
 +While sparrow hawks soar over all.\\ 
 +Tread softly and you may espy\\
 A lyre bird on his mound so high. A lyre bird on his mound so high.
-Dainty wrens decked out in blue, + 
-Parakeets of wondrous hue, Bower birds so very shy, Flash away as you pass by. +Dainty wrens decked out in blue,\\ 
-Up there in the gum trees gaunt,. +Parakeets of wondrous hue,\\ 
-You will hear the jackass taunt, +Bower birds so very shy,\\ 
-The lizards ​ laughing as they pass Darting through the leaves and grass. +Flash away as you pass by. 
-In a cool and shady dell + 
-There the pale lush violets dwell And orchids bright in gold array Run riot where the sunbeams play. +Up there in the gum trees gaunt,\\ 
-Spider bush ofpink and mauve +You will hear the jackass taunt,\\ 
-Is there beside a wattle grove. +The lizards ​ laughing as they pass\\ 
-Mint bush blue and wild rice white All colours blend to give delight. +Darting through the leaves and grass. 
-Australia you're my heart'​s own land + 
-With plains and mountain ranges grand. +In a cool and shady dell\\ 
-May God protect your land and see And ever keep your people free. +There the pale lush violets dwell\\ 
-January 1971 TEE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER Page 19 +And orchids bright in gold array\\ 
-************************* ​Barbara Bruce *****************************+Run riot where the sunbeams play. 
 + 
 +Spider bush of pink and mauve\\ 
 +Is there beside a wattle grove.\\ 
 +Mint bush blue and wild rice white\\ 
 +All colours blend to give delight. 
 + 
 +Australia you're my heart'​s own land\\ 
 +With plains and mountain ranges grand.\\ 
 +May God protect your land and sea\\ 
 +And ever keep your people free. 
 + 
 +=====Prospective'​s ​Page.===== 
 + 
 +Barbara Bruce
 The January meeting of Committee did not interview any Prospective Members. This was not due to the fact that by the time of the meeting I was well into the beauty that is Tasmania. I gave it a cursory thought however; very cursory. The January meeting of Committee did not interview any Prospective Members. This was not due to the fact that by the time of the meeting I was well into the beauty that is Tasmania. I gave it a cursory thought however; very cursory.
-At the General Meeting in January Max Crisp and Elizabeth Priestly + 
-received their badges and were welcomed by the Club, as they had not been present in December.+At the General Meeting in January Max Crisp and Elizabeth Priestly received their badges and were welcomed by the Club, as they had not been present in December. 
 During December the following joined as Prospective Members:- During December the following joined as Prospective Members:-
 +
 Peter Chorley, Terry Donohoe, Don Hitchcock, Peter Sanderson, Connie and Geoffrey Smith, and Colin Walpole. Peter Chorley, Terry Donohoe, Don Hitchcock, Peter Sanderson, Connie and Geoffrey Smith, and Colin Walpole.
-I hope you all might enjoy some of the easier walks on the Summer ​progzamme. Then you should be reasonably fit and more capable of tackling your test walks later on, when the weather is cooler and more amenable to harder walking. + 
-I would like to draw to the attention of the next list of Prospectives the fact that they should now be applying for full membership - or seeing me about an extension - Quicklyi+I hope you all might enjoy some of the easier walks on the Summer ​programme. Then you should be reasonably fit and more capable of tackling your test walks later on, when the weather is cooler and more amenable to harder walking. 
 + 
 +I would like to draw to the attention of the next list of Prospectives the fact that they should now be applying for full membership - or seeing me about an extension - Quickly! 
 Kurt Bieri, Jane Butcher, Ken Hebblewhite,​ Sylvia Ledger, Bernard Rostron, Helen Smith, Peter Thomson, Jim Ward. Kurt Bieri, Jane Butcher, Ken Hebblewhite,​ Sylvia Ledger, Bernard Rostron, Helen Smith, Peter Thomson, Jim Ward.
-"CEMENT MAKER LOOKS  FOR COLONG ALTERNATIVES"​ + 
-(Extract from "The Australian Financial Review 3/11/70. +====="Cement Maker Looks For Colong Alternatives.==== 
-The limestone deposits at Colong in the N.S.T. Blue Mountains + 
-would not be developed by the local Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers until the company "was sure there was no alternative"​. +(Extract from "The Australian Financial Review 3/11/70.
-Sir John Reiss, a member of the board of APCM (Australia),​ and + 
-chairman of the parent company in the U.K. said this in Sydney yesterday.+The limestone deposits at Colong in the N.S.W. Blue Mountains would not be developed by the local Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers until the company "was sure there was no alternative"​. 
 + 
 +Sir John Reiss, a member of the board of APCM (Australia),​ and chairman of the parent company in the U.K. said this in Sydney yesterday. 
 Sir John denied suggestions that his visit was a result of conservationist pressure in the U.K. Sir John denied suggestions that his visit was a result of conservationist pressure in the U.K.
 +
 "I can assure you I was coming at this time, irrespective of any conservationist whatever,"​ Sir John said. "I can assure you I was coming at this time, irrespective of any conservationist whatever,"​ Sir John said.
-"I come from a very small island with too 'many people. The conservationist movement is well established in England: for example, we have 
-a thing called the Council for the Preservation of Rural England. I'm 
-quite 3:c rare of these facts of life; I myself ama lover of the countryside too." 
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