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-THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER xxxxxx****************xxxx**xxxxxx************************************* +A monthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney Bush Walkers, 14 Atchison Street, St. Leonards
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-Amonthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney Bush Walkers, 14 Atchison Street, St. Leonards, +Postal Address: Box 4476 G.P.O., Sydney, N.S.W. 2001. 
-POSTAL ADDRESS: Box 4476 G.P.O., Sydney, N.S.W. 2001. Meetings at the Club Rooms on Wednesday evenings after 7.30 p m. Enquiries regarding the Club Mrs. Marcia Shappert, Tel. 30-2028. + 
-************** +Meetings at the Club Rooms on Wednesday evenings after 7.30 p.m. 
-DECEMBER, 1973.  + 
-EditorSpiro Ketas, 104/10 Wylde Street, Pott's Point, 2011. Tel. 357-1381 (home+Enquiries regarding the Club Mrs. Marcia Shappert, Tel. 30-2028. 
-TypistKath Brown + 
-DuplicationMike Short, +---- 
-Business ​Managers ​Bill Burke, 3 Coral Tree Drive, Carlingford,​ 2118. + 
-IN THIS ISSUE+=====December, 1973.===== 
-The November General Meeting +  
-I Saw a Strange Land +|**Editor**|Spiro Ketas, 104/10 Wylde Street, Pott's Point, 2011. Te1. 357-1381 (Home)| 
-Rockhopping ​for Health +|**Typist**|Kath Brown| 
-FederationNotes, October & November +|**Duplication**|Mike Short| 
-Padd,y Pallin Advertisement +|**Business ​Manager**|Bill Burke, 3 Coral Tree Drive, Carlingford,​ 2118.| 
-2,000 Miles Out West September/​October 1973 Mountain Equipment Advertisement + 
-Walks Secretary'​s Notes for January, 1974 +=====In This Issue:===== 
-Stop Press Walk this Sunday 16th December Social Secretary'​s Notes + 
-by Jim Brown Page 2 +| | |Page| 
-Marion Lloyd 3 +|The November General Meeting|Jim Brown| 2| 
-Jim Brown 6 +|I Saw a Strange Land|Marion Lloyd| 3| 
-Rosemary Edmunds 7 +|Rock-hopping ​for Health|Jim Brown| 6| 
-Dot Butler 9 +|Federation Notes, October & November|Rosemary Edmunds| 7| 
-12 +|2,000 Miles Out West September/​October 1973|Dot Butler| 9| 
-Wilf Hilder 16 +|Walks Secretary'​s Notes for January, 1974|Wilf Hilder|16| 
-not on programme 18 +|Stop Press Walk this Sunday 16th December ​- not on programme| |18| 
-Elaine Brown 18 +|Social Secretary'​s Notes|Elaine ​Brown|18| 
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-Page 2 THE SYDNEY BUSHWALICER December, 1973+=====Advertisements===== 
-THE NOVEMBER GENERAL MEETING. ​+ 
 +| |Page| 
 +|Paddy Pallin| ​8| 
 +|Mountain Equipment|12| 
 + 
 +---- 
 + 
 +=====The November General Meeting.===== 
 by Jim Brown. by Jim Brown.
-Call it an average roll-up in these days of mainly ​lowL-key nonabrasive ​General Meetings - about 30 on deck when President Bob Younger summoned the crowd to business and started with a welcome to Barbara' ​Wells. Another recent admission, Helen Boyton, was not present. + 
-October'​s minutes were agreed to, and as a matter arising, Wilf Hilder mentioned that the summer walks programme, which had to go to press very soonl was still deplorably weak in day walks and trips over the long +Call it an average roll-up in these days of mainly ​low-key non-abrasive ​General Meetings - about 30 on deck when President Bob Younger summoned the crowd to business and started with a welcome to Barbara Wells. Another recent admission, Helen Boyton, was not present. 
-holiday week-ends.+ 
 +October'​s minutes were agreed to, and as a matter arising, Wilf Hilder mentioned that the summer walks programme, which had to go to press very soon, was still deplorably weak in day walks and trips over the long holiday week-ends. 
 Correspondence contained a request by Bill Myles to go non-active, but otherwise only routine items. Correspondence contained a request by Bill Myles to go non-active, but otherwise only routine items.
-The Treasurer'​s statement indicated an increase in working capital + 
-from $920 to $1012 during October, mostly due no doubt to the final flurry +The Treasurer'​s statement indicated an increase in working capital from $920 to $1012 during October, mostly due no doubt to the final flurry of previously unpaid subscriptions. A Federation Report was not available, and Social Secretary Elaine Brown took a show of hands on whether the Club's Christmas get-together should be simply grog and chatter or should include some planned entertainment. It was an almost even vote, so wait and see. 
-of previously unpaid subscriptions. A Federation Report was not available, and Social Secretary Elaine Brown took a show of hands on whether + 
-the Club 's Christmas get-together should be simply grog and chatter or +Came to Walks activity, commencing with Jim Vatiliotis'​ "non walk" at Kanangra when it was raining so savagely that "no one would get up" on Saturday morning. The same weather put paid to Alan Pike's projected Mt. Hay jaunt, but in finer conditions the two Sunday trips sallied forth, one led by Carl Bock in the Brisbane Water National Park, which embraced 11 people and an echidna, while Meryl Watman had a similar number in National Park. Swollen streams were reported, but the trip went pretty much as planned from Waterfall to Engadine. 
-should include some planned entertainment. It was an almost even vote, so wait and see. + 
-Came to Walks activity, commencing with Jim Vatiliotis'​ "non walk" +The following week-end included, of course, the opening date of the Opera House, and this may have contributed to lack of starters which led to cancellation of Geoff Mattingley'​s Nattai walk. Rod Peters mustered 8 on a journey to the Bungonia area, where deep crossings of the Shoalhaven were experienced. Sam Hinds had a team of 14 for his day walk, first on a ridge out from Cowan, then down a scrubby creek to Jerusalem Bay. 
-at Kanangra when it was raining so savagely that "no one would get up" on Saturday morning. The same weather put paid to Alan Pike's projected + 
-Mt.,Hay jaunt, but in finer conditions the two Sunday trips sallied forth, +On the concluding week-end in October Wilf's planned trip from Glen Davis was postponed, and it was reported that Rosemary Edmond'​s Syncarpia walk brought out 8. John Holley had a mystery walk, which turned out to be in the Wondabyne region, where trails are being developed and it seems possible motorists will be admitted, at least as far as Myron Brook. 
-one led by Carl Bock in the Brisbane Water National Park, which embraced + 
-11 people and an echidna, while Meryl Watman had a similar number in National Park. Swollen streams were reported, but the trip went pretty much as planned from Waterfall to Engadine. +Came in November with Frank Taeker'​s party of 3 headed out from Linden to the Grose and back to Faulconbridge,​ and having an encounter with bush rats at the Saturday night camp. It was not known whether David Cotton'​s Bee Study was held, while the Mt. Wilson joint venture by Gladys Roberts and Roger Gowing had a partial success, some passing up the trip because of heavy showers, while Roger and 2 others were understood to have used shelter sheds and had a pleasant time after the weather improved. Again there were two day walks, Joe Marton'​s team of 15 doing the long coastal stage from Bundeena to Otford and being a little dislocated when one member became separated. Your reporter had a group of 7 on the hills behind Coal Cliff, where spoil from local mine shafts is being formed into substantial roadways. 
-The following week-end included, of course, the opening date of the Opera House, and this may have contributed to lack of starters which led to cancellation of Geoff Mattingley'​s Nattai walk. Rod Peters mustered + 
-8 on a journey to the Bungonia area, where deep crossings of the Shoalhaven were experienced. Sam Hinds had a team of 14 for his day walk, first on a ridge out from Cowan, then down a scrubby creek to Jerusalem Bay. +The last weekend reported covered Mike Short'​s Mt. Jellore Nattai trip (six starters). The main recollection of those attending seemed to be the rain that fell after they had turned in without putting up tents on Friday night. Bill Hall's camp at Marley attracted six comers, while another ​half-dozen ​made it the target for an unscheduled Sunday trip. Also unscheduled was a jaunt by Wilf and one companion to trace the line of the old flying-fox ​cable across Jamison Valley. 
-On the concluding week-end in October Wilf's planned trip from Glen + 
-Davis was postponed, and it was reported that Rosemary Edmond'​s Syncarpia walk brought out 8. John Holley had a mystery walk, which turned out to +Owing to Geoff Mattingley'​s return to his home town of Melbourne, a replacement Membership Secretary was sought and found in Barry Wallace. Sam Hinde proposed we organise an exchange of magazines with the Newcastle Bushwalkers whose sphere of activities generally overlapped our own and then it was an end to the meeting, quite early, at 9.10 p.m. 
-be in the Wondabyne region, where trails are being developed and it seems possible motorists will be admitted, at least as far as Myron Brook. + 
-Came in November with Frank Taeker'​s party of 3 headed out from Linden to the Grose and back to Faulconbridge,​ and having an encounter with bush rats at the Saturday night camp. It was not known whether David Cotton'​s Bee Study was held, while the Mt. Wilson joint venture +---- 
-by Gladys Roberts and Roger Gowing had a partial success, some passing +
-Page. THE SYDNEY BUSHWALICER . December, 1973. +
-up the trip because of heavy showers, while Roger and 2 others were understood to have used shelter sheds and had a pleasant time after the weather +
-improved. Again there were two day walks, Joe Marton'​s team of 15 doing the long coastal stage from Bundeena to Otford and being a little dislocated when one member became separated. Your reporter had a group of 7 on -he hills behind Coal Cliff, where spoil from local mine shafts is being formed into substantial roadways. +
-The last weekend reported covered Mike Short'​s Mt. Jellore Nattai trip (six starters). The main recollection of those attending seemed to be the rain that fell after they had turned in without putting up tents on Friday night. Bill Hall's camp at Marley attracted six comers, while another ​halfdozen ​made it the target for an unscheduled Sunday trip. Also unscheduled was a jaunt by Wilf and one companion to trace the line of the old flyingfox ​cable across Jamison Valley. +
-Owing to Geoff Mattingley'​s return to his home town of Melbourne, a replacement Membership Secretary was sought and found in Barry Wallace. Sam Hinde proposed we organise an exchange of magazines with the Newcastle Bushwalkers whose sphere of activities generally overlapped ​,our own and then it was an end to the meeting, quite early, at 9.10 p m. +
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 I SAW A STRANGE LAND. I SAW A STRANGE LAND.
 by Marion Lloyd. by Marion Lloyd.
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