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-THE SYDNEY +======The Sydney Bushwalker====== 
-BUSHWALK ER + 
-6 +A monthly bulletin of matters of interest to the Sydney Bush Walkers, Box 4476G.P.O. Sydney, ​N.S.W. ​2001. Club meetings are held every Wednesday evening from 7.30 p.m. at the Wireless Institute building, 14 Atchison Street, St. Leonards. Enquiries concerning the Club should be referred to Mrs. Marcia Shappert - telephone ​30-2028. 
-A monthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney-Bush Walkers, Box 4476 G.P.O. Sydney, 2001. Club meetings are held every Wednesday evening from 7.30 pm at the Wireless Institute building, 14 Atchison Street, St. Leonards. Enquiries concerning the Club should be referred to Mrs. Marcia Shappert - Tel. 30-2028. + 
-EDITOR: ​Helen Gray, 209 Malton Road, Epping 2121. Tel. 86-6263. +|**Editor**|Helen Gray, 209 Malton Road, Epping 2121. Tel. 86-6263.| 
-BUSINESS MANAGER: ​Bill Burke, 3 Coral Tree Drive, ​0arlingford +|**Business Manager**|Bill Burke, 3 Coral Tree Drive, ​Carlingford, ​2118. Tel. 871-1827| 
-2118. Te1.871-1207. +|**Typist**|Kath Brown, Tel. 81-2675.
-TYPIST: ​Kath Brown, Tel. 81-2675. ​DUPLICATOR OPERATOR: ​Bob Duncan, Tel869-2691. +|**Duplicator Operator**|Bob Duncan, Tel869-2691.| 
-APRIL z:LIZL8_._ + 
-Message from the Editor ​Page +===April - 1978.=== 
-Pass Hopping in New Zealand Christine Austin 3 + 
-Paddy'​s 'Ad 6 +=====Contents.===== 
-A.AjAilne ​Gets BushedBarbara Evans 7 + 
-S.B.W. Reunion 1978 Helen Gray 8 +| | |Page| 
-Annual Subscriptions 1978 9 +|Message from the Editor| | 2| 
-Social Notes 9 +|Pass Hopping in New Zealand|Christine Austin3| 
-Reflections of a Climber Part II Dot Butler 10 +|A.A. Milne Gets Bushed|Barbara Evans7| 
-Mountain Equipment Ad 12 +|S.B.W. Reunion 1978|Helen Gray8| 
-Walks Notes for May Spiro Hajinakitas 14 +|Annual Subscriptions 1978| | 9| 
-The Annual General Meeting 1978 Barry Wallace 16 +|Social Notes| | 9| 
-Stop Press Fazeley Read 18 +|Reflections of a Climber ​Part II|Dot Butler|10| 
-********* +|Walks Notes for May|Spiro Hajinakitas|14| 
-Page 2 THE SYDNEY BUSHWAUCER April, 1978 e +|The Annual General Meeting 1978|Barry Wallace|16| 
-NESSAGE FROM THE EDITOR.+|Stop Press|Fazeley Read|18| 
 + 
 +=====Advertisements.===== 
 + 
 +| |Page| 
 +|Paddy'​s Ad| 3| 
 +|Mountain Equipment Ad|12| 
 + 
 +---- 
 + 
 +=====Message From The Editor.===== 
 I am hoping that Editorials will not be necessary in this magazine, as all matters of interest will be covered in other people'​s articles. I am hoping that Editorials will not be necessary in this magazine, as all matters of interest will be covered in other people'​s articles.
 +
 What sort of magazine do we want? What sort of magazine do we want?
-WALKS. Firstly we are a walking club, so the bulk of articles,​ideally,​ should be about walking. Most walkers seem to write about the trips that went wrong, probably because it is easier to write a story with a climax, and those trips are usually more deeply impressed on our brains. But the uneventfUl ​trips make good reading too. Every mountain scene is worthy of description,​ every person on a walk worthy of a character sketch (ana the club certainly has plenty of "​characters"​ in the colloquial sense). + 
-NEW AREAS. Looking through walks programmes, I see places mentioned of which_I:know nothing, for example, the Manning River, some unknown creeks in the Ettrema area, and the Guy Fawkes Wilderness. Descriptions of these areas, I am sure, would make interesting reading. +===Walks.=== 
-CONSERVATION. We do not want to turn our Publication into a propaganda magazine, but the conservation of the bush concerns and affects us as walkers, and articles on this subject provide thought-provoking reading, + 
-COMPLAINTS. Have you a complaint about the club? I have heard murmurs about plastic being burned on cooking fires, new members not being introduced to others, etc. Please send your gripes in, as a letter to the editor if you like, and hopefully other people will write to comment or argue. +Firstly we are a walking club, so the bulk of articles, ideally, should be about walking. Most walkers seem to write about the trips that went wrong, probably because it is easier to write a story with a climax, and those trips are usually more deeply impressed on our brains. But the uneventful ​trips make good reading too. Every mountain scene is worthy of description,​ every person on a walk worthy of a character sketch (and the club certainly has plenty of "​characters"​ in the colloquial sense). 
-OVERS2AS TRIPS. There is usually no shortage of articles here. Most people keep diaries of their trips and usually wish to share their experiences and feelings with others. They are always popular reading - so keep writing, all you travellers. + 
-NAYS AND DRAWINGS. If you wish to include a map or small sketches in your article, see me and I will give you a stencil to do them on. Illustrations add interest to the magazine. +===New Areas.=== 
-NOTICES-Alterations to walks and social programmes, theatre parties, dinners-,births, marriages and obituaries, sale of bushwalking gear.... Any notice of interest to Club members may be included in the magazine. ​BUT 1 Imr;ER, the magazine starts being typed, printed and collated many weeks before you get your copy. Please send any notices in by the first week in each month. + 
-* * * * * * * * * * +Looking through walks programmes, I see places mentioned of which I know nothing, for example, the Manning River, some unknown creeks in the Ettrema area, and the Guy Fawkes Wilderness. Descriptions of these areas, I am sure, would make interesting reading. 
-Page 3 THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER April, 1978.+ 
 +===Conservation.=== 
 + 
 +We do not want to turn our Publication into a propaganda magazine, but the conservation of the bush concerns and affects us as walkers, and articles on this subject provide thought-provoking reading. 
 + 
 +===Complaints.=== 
 + 
 +Have you a complaint about the club? I have heard murmurs about plastic being burned on cooking fires, new members not being introduced to others, etc. Please send your gripes in, as a letter to the editor if you like, and hopefully other people will write to comment or argue. 
 + 
 +===Overseas Trips.=== 
 + 
 +There is usually no shortage of articles here. Most people keep diaries of their trips and usually wish to share their experiences and feelings with others. They are always popular reading - so keep writing, all you travellers. 
 + 
 +===Maps and Drawings.=== 
 + 
 +If you wish to include a map or small sketches in your article, see me and I will give you a stencil to do them on. Illustrations add interest to the magazine. 
 + 
 +===Notices.=== 
 + 
 +Alterations to walks and social programmes, theatre parties, dinners, births, marriages and obituaries, sale of bushwalking gear.... Any notice of interest to Club members may be included in the magazine. ​Bur remember, the magazine starts being typed, printed and collated many weeks before you get your copy. Please send any notices in by the first week in each month. 
 + 
 +---- 
 PASS HOPPING IN NEW ZEALAND HOKATIKA TO ARTHUR'​S PASS. PASS HOPPING IN NEW ZEALAND HOKATIKA TO ARTHUR'​S PASS.
 by Christine Austin. by Christine Austin.
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