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198310 [2016/02/14 20:31]
kclacher [KATOOMBA TO PICTON THE HARD WAY - 130 MILES.]
198310 [2016/02/14 20:52] (current)
kclacher [Hawkesbury River National Park.]
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 ===== Pindar'​s Ochre Pit Rediscovered ===== ===== Pindar'​s Ochre Pit Rediscovered =====
- ​====  ​Hawkesbury River National Park. ====+**Hawkesbury River National Park**
  
-by Frank Woodgate.+by Frank Woodgate
  
 |Date:​|23-24 July 1983.| |Date:​|23-24 July 1983.|
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 Where have all the Tigers gone? Where have all the Tigers gone?
  
-===== INSTRUCTIONAL WEEKEND ​=====+===== Instructional Weekend ​=====
  
-YALWAL ​- Bundundah Creek - Corroboree Flat (Base camp). 18/​19/​20 ​NOVEMBER.\\  +Yalwal ​- Bundundah Creek - Corroboree Flat (Base camp). 18/​19/​20 ​November.\\  
-TONY MARSHALL ​and BILL HOLLAND ​are arranging talks on Map Reading, Camp Craft and First Aid on this weekend, as a help for Prospective Members.\\ ​+Tony Marshall ​and Bill Holland ​are arranging talks on Map Reading, Camp Craft and First Aid on this weekend, as a help for Prospective Members.\\ ​
 Please pass this information on to any Prospectives you may meet on any trips. Please pass this information on to any Prospectives you may meet on any trips.
  
-**CONGRATULATIONS** to Geoff and Chris Davidson on the birth of their first+**Congratulations** to Geoff and Chris Davidson on the birth of their first
 child, a son, Alex James on 23rd September. child, a son, Alex James on 23rd September.
  
-**WANTED** by George Gray - a copy of the S.B.W. magazine for August '82 and also one for August '83.+**Wanted** by George Gray - a copy of the S.B.W. magazine for August '82 and also one for August '83.
  
-===== CROSSWORD PUZZLE. ​=====+===== Crossword Puzzle ​=====
  
-by Fazeley Read.+by Fazeley Read
  
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 ===== The 1983 F.B.W. Ball ===== ===== The 1983 F.B.W. Ball =====
  
-by Barbara Bruce.+by Barbara Bruce
  
 "On with the dance! Let joy be unconfined!"​ - Lord Byron. "On with the dance! Let joy be unconfined!"​ - Lord Byron.
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 Although it is very many years since I have been on the Club Committee, I am very aware of how much hard work is undertaken by the various people who make the Club run so successfully,​ and that is why I am putting forward these suggestions,​ hoping that they might be useful. Although it is very many years since I have been on the Club Committee, I am very aware of how much hard work is undertaken by the various people who make the Club run so successfully,​ and that is why I am putting forward these suggestions,​ hoping that they might be useful.
  
-Sincerely, ​KATH BROWN+Sincerely, ​Kath Brown
  
-**ADDENDUM**\\  +**Addendum**\\  
-1, NUMBER OF MEMBERS. ​+1, Number of Members\\
 During the last five years the Club membership has increased from 271 active members at January 1978 to 397 active members at January 1983 that is 126 more members or an increase of 47%. During the last five years the Club membership has increased from 271 active members at January 1978 to 397 active members at January 1983 that is 126 more members or an increase of 47%.
  
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 and also to sell in camping gear shops.) and also to sell in camping gear shops.)
  
-2, NUMBER OF MEETINGS.\\ +2, Number of Meetings\\ 
 (a) All office-bearers and committee members are expected to attend 12 Committee Meetings per year.\\ ​ (a) All office-bearers and committee members are expected to attend 12 Committee Meetings per year.\\ ​
 (b) The President, Secretary, Treasurer and certain other office bearers are also expected to attend 12 General Meetings per year.\\ ​ (b) The President, Secretary, Treasurer and certain other office bearers are also expected to attend 12 General Meetings per year.\\ ​
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 If you have regard for the Welfare and preservation of the wildlife and natural beauty of this country you can further the cause by buying the following from the Colong Committee: If you have regard for the Welfare and preservation of the wildlife and natural beauty of this country you can further the cause by buying the following from the Colong Committee:
  
-__THE NEW SOUTH WALES WILDERNESS CALENDAR.__\\ +__**The New South Wales Wilderness Calendar**__\\ 
 A fine colour photograph by Henry Gold for each month. Space beneath each date for noting engagements or reminders.\\ ​ A fine colour photograph by Henry Gold for each month. Space beneath each date for noting engagements or reminders.\\ ​
-PRICE  $7.95, ​ including postage. 
  
-"​__WILD PLACES__"​.\\ +Price  $7.95,  including postage. 
 + 
 +__**Wild Places**__\\ 
 A beautifully produced hardbound edition of 288 pages featuring an extensively researched text by Peter Prineas, former Director of the National Parks Association of New South Wales, and 110 large format duotone photographs by Henry Gold. The book also contains more than 20 detailed maps, an index and is extensively referenced. A beautifully produced hardbound edition of 288 pages featuring an extensively researched text by Peter Prineas, former Director of the National Parks Association of New South Wales, and 110 large format duotone photographs by Henry Gold. The book also contains more than 20 detailed maps, an index and is extensively referenced.
  
 The book covers 22 wilderness areas in eastern New South Wales, and these include most of the best walking areas. It draws extensively on the "​Sydney Bushwalker"​ magazine in its description of pioneering trips. The book covers 22 wilderness areas in eastern New South Wales, and these include most of the best walking areas. It draws extensively on the "​Sydney Bushwalker"​ magazine in its description of pioneering trips.
  
-PRICE $24.95, including postage.+Price $24.95, including postage.
  
-__HOW THE RAINFOREST WAS SAVED.__\\ +__**How the Rainforest Was Saved**__\\ 
 This book should be of interest to all active conservationists,​ because it gives a detailed description of the conduct of a very difficult, but successful campaign. It is also a fine example of citizen action. This book should be of interest to all active conservationists,​ because it gives a detailed description of the conduct of a very difficult, but successful campaign. It is also a fine example of citizen action.
  
-PRICE $5, including postage. ​+Price $5, including postage. ​
  
-__THE COLONG BULLETIN.__\\ +__**The Colong Bulletin**__\\ 
 Subscriptions to the Bulletin, and the donations which usually accompany them are the chief source of the Committee'​s funds.\\ ​ Subscriptions to the Bulletin, and the donations which usually accompany them are the chief source of the Committee'​s funds.\\ ​
-ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION $5. 
  
-The Wilderness Calendar and "Wild Places" ​are publications of great appeal to most people, conservationists or not. "How the Rainforest Was Saved, or an annual subscription to the Colong Bulletin, would be an appropriate present for wilderness enthusiasts.+Annual subscription $5. 
 + 
 +The //Wilderness Calendar// and //Wild Places// are publications of great appeal to most people, conservationists or not. //How the Rainforest Was Saved//, or an annual subscription to the Colong Bulletin, would be an appropriate present for wilderness enthusiasts.
  
 These publications are available from the Colong Committee, 18 Argyle Street, Sydney, 2000. These publications are available from the Colong Committee, 18 Argyle Street, Sydney, 2000.
  
-Alex Colley will deliver the calendar and "Wild Places" ​to the club room to save you 95c postage.+Alex Colley will deliver the calendar and //Wild Places// to the club room to save you 95c postage.
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