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 =====Why Haberfield?​===== =====Why Haberfield?​=====
  
-About March 1986 Committee was advised that the Cahill Community Centre would be sold within a year and a new centre would be constructed in Ernest Street in due course. So we had to move AGAIN! It would only he about four years since we made a hurried exit fnom our previous north side residence in Atchison Street St Leonards and felt ourselves fairly lucky to have obtained something like the Cahill Community Centre. The City had not yielded anything suitable - it must he at least 12 years since we also made a forced exit from the Nurses'​ Association rooms in Reiby Place because offices were being built around us.+About March 1986 Committee was advised that the Cahill Community Centre would be sold within a year and a new centre would be constructed in Ernest Street in due course. So we had to move AGAIN! It would only he about four years since we made a hurried exit from our previous north side residence in Atchison Street St Leonards and felt ourselves fairly lucky to have obtained something like the Cahill Community Centre. The City had not yielded anything suitable - it must he at least 12 years since we also made a forced exit from the Nurses'​ Association rooms in Reiby Place because offices were being built around us.
  
-This time We had plenty of warning but we got nowhere fast. Efforts were made by both myself and other Committee members; I even thought we had a foot firmly in the door at the McMahons Point Community Centre until it shut determinedly at the tenth hour. (You see, although a '​southerner',​ I __did__ try!) Now there was not such time left before ​Cristmas ​and the advice had been that we would need to be out by the end of January. Something had to be decided, even if only for the interim. Malcolm Boadle had told me of a hall at Haberfield whidh sounded good, and Haberfield seemed fairly '​central'​.+This time We had plenty of warning but we got nowhere fast. Efforts were made by both myself and other Committee members; I even thought we had a foot firmly in the door at the McMahons Point Community Centre until it shut determinedly at the tenth hour. (You see, although a '​southerner',​ I __did__ try!) Now there was not such time left before ​Christmas ​and the advice had been that we would need to be out by the end of January. Something had to be decided, even if only for the interim. Malcolm Boadle had told me of a hall at Haberfield whidh sounded good, and Haberfield seemed fairly '​central'​.
  
-On the way to the December Committee Meeting (a decision __had__ to be arrived at that night, in everybody'​s best interests, I felt) Malcolm and I called to inspect the Ella Community Centre in Dalhousie Street, Haberfield. At the same time Helen Goldstraw had been making numerous phone inquiries of city locations. My inspection of the Ella Community Centre convinced me that here was a hall which satisfied our every requirement (except for the lack of a wooden +On the way to the December Committee Meeting (a decision __had__ to be arrived at that night, in everybody'​s best interests, I felt) Malcolm and I called to inspect the Ella Community Centre in Dalhousie Street, Haberfield. At the same time Helen Goldstraw had been making numerous phone inquiries of city locations. My inspection of the Ella Community Centre convinced me that here was a hall which satisfied our every requirement (except for the lack of a wooden dance floor! - the floors are carpeted) and in rent the opposite to what I had been anticipating:​ it was substantially cheaper than what we are currently paying!
-dance floor! - the floors are carpeted) and in rent the opposite to what I had been anticipating:​ it was substantially cheaper than what we are currently paying!+
  
 The rooms themselves are as we would need: main hall, committee meeting room, new members at entrance. What About kitchen facilities? Beyond any expectations,​ a well equipped kitchen with proper cups and sauces. An apology was offered because the painter had skipped before finishing his painting of the walls. What about room for our cupboard? Yes, room could easily he made in the hallway. Could we have it every Wednesday night from 7.30 to 10.30? No problems! The rooms themselves are as we would need: main hall, committee meeting room, new members at entrance. What About kitchen facilities? Beyond any expectations,​ a well equipped kitchen with proper cups and sauces. An apology was offered because the painter had skipped before finishing his painting of the walls. What about room for our cupboard? Yes, room could easily he made in the hallway. Could we have it every Wednesday night from 7.30 to 10.30? No problems!
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 The trees marking the boundaries were dark red copper beeches, the yellow flowered laburnum, the white hawthorn and the sycamore. A huge pink and white chestnut grew near one of the farmhouses. The trees marking the boundaries were dark red copper beeches, the yellow flowered laburnum, the white hawthorn and the sycamore. A huge pink and white chestnut grew near one of the farmhouses.
  
-Setting my gears, I swooped down the road, over an arched bridge that spanned the river into the sleepy 16th century town of Arundel. The bow-fronted shops climbed a hill, which was dominated by the castle, a magnificent stone building complete with grassed moat, outer bailey and porticullis. It was from the inner bailey tower that the occupants had poured oil over Cromwell'​s forces storming the gate below.+Setting my gears, I swooped down the road, over an arched bridge that spanned the river into the sleepy 16th century town of Arundel. The bow-fronted shops climbed a hill, which was dominated by the castle, a magnificent stone building complete with grassed moat, outer bailey and portcullis. It was from the inner bailey tower that the occupants had poured oil over Cromwell'​s forces storming the gate below.
  
 The great banqueting hall formed one of the wings of the buildings surrounding the inner courtyard. The cathedral-like hall was adorned with larger than life portraits of knights in armour and damsels in long dresses whilst the two huge fireplaces were large enough to burn tree-sized logs. The dungeons contained suits of armour, swords, pikes, battle axes and flint-lock muskets. The great banqueting hall formed one of the wings of the buildings surrounding the inner courtyard. The cathedral-like hall was adorned with larger than life portraits of knights in armour and damsels in long dresses whilst the two huge fireplaces were large enough to burn tree-sized logs. The dungeons contained suits of armour, swords, pikes, battle axes and flint-lock muskets.
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 **Parks in name only** **Parks in name only**
  
-We list reso1utions ​on park management passed at the recent Annual General Conference of the __National Party__, with the __Colong Foundation'​s__ interpretation,​ in italics, below:+We list resolutions ​on park management passed at the recent Annual General Conference of the __National Party__, with the __Colong Foundation'​s__ interpretation,​ in italics, below:
  
 Reduction of park sizes to enable full and effective management. Reduction of park sizes to enable full and effective management.
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 No further hardwood or softwood forests, privately or State-owned converted to national parks. No further hardwood or softwood forests, privately or State-owned converted to national parks.
  
-//Exclude northern Washpool, ​Coulangubra, Tantawangalo and anywhere else where there are '​millable stems" from the park system.//+//Exclude northern Washpool, ​Coolangubra, Tantawangalo and anywhere else where there are '​millable stems" from the park system.//
  
 Adequate hazard reduction burning. Adequate hazard reduction burning.
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 by Errol Sheedy. by Errol Sheedy.
  
-Waterfall, Kangaroo Creek, Kangaroo Ridge, Cridland Brook, ​Kanagaroo ​Creek, Bottle Forest Track, Goarra Ridge, Sutherland - 20 km. Leader: Errol Sheedy.+Waterfall, Kangaroo Creek, Kangaroo Ridge, Cridland Brook, ​Kangaroo ​Creek, Bottle Forest Track, Goarra Ridge, Sutherland - 20 km. Leader: Errol Sheedy.
  
 The walk went as per the program with 29 starters including six prospective members, on a cool showery day which provided good walking conditions. The walk went as per the program with 29 starters including six prospective members, on a cool showery day which provided good walking conditions.
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 Half-way to the top of Kangaroo Ridge, in trackless scrub, we saw a rather large black snake (with yellowish belly) curled, with its head half-raised in what appeared to be a defensive posture. As most black snakes one sees usually dart off, we wondered what was causing this one to hold its ground as we all clumped past. Someone opined that perhaps its nest was nearby. At any rate it seemed quite content to remain immobile, apart from its flickering tongue. Half-way to the top of Kangaroo Ridge, in trackless scrub, we saw a rather large black snake (with yellowish belly) curled, with its head half-raised in what appeared to be a defensive posture. As most black snakes one sees usually dart off, we wondered what was causing this one to hold its ground as we all clumped past. Someone opined that perhaps its nest was nearby. At any rate it seemed quite content to remain immobile, apart from its flickering tongue.
  
-We continued on over the top of Kangaroo Ridge, and later, half-way down Cridland Brook Judy McMillan noticed that Leigh Sheridan was no longer with the party. As I had not noticed him go on ahead, and did not think he could have dropped back past whipper-in Derek Wilson'​s eagle eyes, I began to consider the need to go back to do some side-searching for him. However, several people vowed that he was eminently capable of looking after himself, and so it turned out. After lunch we caught up with Leigh on Kangaroo Creek, below Karla Pool. He had been a little tardy returning from a stroll during morning tea, and the leader, +We continued on over the top of Kangaroo Ridge, and later, half-way down Cridland Brook Judy McMillan noticed that Leigh Sheridan was no longer with the party. As I had not noticed him go on ahead, and did not think he could have dropped back past whipper-in Derek Wilson'​s eagle eyes, I began to consider the need to go back to do some side-searching for him. However, several people vowed that he was eminently capable of looking after himself, and so it turned out. After lunch we caught up with Leigh on Kangaroo Creek, below Karloo ​Pool. He had been a little tardy returning from a stroll during morning tea, and the leader, who is usually quite punctilious re the counting of heads, had neglected to do so before the party left for the scrubby wastes of Kangaroo Ridge.
-who is usually quite punctilious re the counting of heads, had neglected to do so before the party left for the scrubby wastes of Kangaroo Ridge.+
  
 Finding the rest of us gone, Leigh wisely decided that the best course of action was to continue down Kangaroo Creek, which eventually led to our reunion. Finding the rest of us gone, Leigh wisely decided that the best course of action was to continue down Kangaroo Creek, which eventually led to our reunion.
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 Sometime in March it is hoped to have a small exhibition of paintings by two artists from the Julian Ashton School - one of them your Social Secretary'​s sister. Sometime in March it is hoped to have a small exhibition of paintings by two artists from the Julian Ashton School - one of them your Social Secretary'​s sister.
  
-We need reports on the suitability of the restaurants within walking distance of our new Club rooms. So will all the galloping gourmets sample as wide a variety as possible and pass the gusstatory ​good news on to myself or Patrick James. Happy New Year.+We need reports on the suitability of the restaurants within walking distance of our new Club rooms. So will all the galloping gourmets sample as wide a variety as possible and pass the gustatory ​good news on to myself or Patrick James. Happy New Year.
  
 =====A Piece of history. Gold-seeking on the Kowmung.===== =====A Piece of history. Gold-seeking on the Kowmung.=====
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 It was Billy Wilton who told me that Joe Wallace told him that he had seen Jimmy Russell with a lump of quartz with gold in it as big as peas that he found on the Kowmung, and Joe was a man you could swear by. Others saw the "other fellow"​ with a matchbox full of gold; and didn't that hermit "Lanky Lannigan"​ who died at Limeburners Creek, have a mustard tin half-full of little nuggets; and in the last words he uttered he was trying to tell where he got it. Now all this testimony went to prove that gold had been found on the Kowmung; but when I saw Christy Creighton starting off on his third expedition, and listened to his sanguine assurance "​There'​s gold there all right. I got it in Christy'​s Creek, and I'm going to find where it comes from", I resolved to follow him on the first opportunity. Poor Creighton was drowned whilst crossing the treacherous Wollondilly on his way out, but I never lost sight of the matter, and in the month of February I set out with a chosen mate armed with a letter of introduction to Maxwell, who was Mr. Chas. Dunn's head stockkeeper on the Coxs River run. Maxwell was generously instructed by his kind master to guide me wherever I wished to go. It was Billy Wilton who told me that Joe Wallace told him that he had seen Jimmy Russell with a lump of quartz with gold in it as big as peas that he found on the Kowmung, and Joe was a man you could swear by. Others saw the "other fellow"​ with a matchbox full of gold; and didn't that hermit "Lanky Lannigan"​ who died at Limeburners Creek, have a mustard tin half-full of little nuggets; and in the last words he uttered he was trying to tell where he got it. Now all this testimony went to prove that gold had been found on the Kowmung; but when I saw Christy Creighton starting off on his third expedition, and listened to his sanguine assurance "​There'​s gold there all right. I got it in Christy'​s Creek, and I'm going to find where it comes from", I resolved to follow him on the first opportunity. Poor Creighton was drowned whilst crossing the treacherous Wollondilly on his way out, but I never lost sight of the matter, and in the month of February I set out with a chosen mate armed with a letter of introduction to Maxwell, who was Mr. Chas. Dunn's head stockkeeper on the Coxs River run. Maxwell was generously instructed by his kind master to guide me wherever I wished to go.
  
-We breakfasted on new milk, eggs, and sweet milk-bread at sunrise; then Maxwell readjusted the pack and removed the acids that I had brought for making wet tests of minerals, from possible contact in case of accident with the tucker, which consisted of a large piece of boiled corned beef, several tins of preserved meat, about 25th of flour, salt, and tea and sugar. The pick, shovel, digger'​s dish, pestle and mortar, we distributed between us, and +We breakfasted on new milk, eggs, and sweet milk-bread at sunrise; then Maxwell readjusted the pack and removed the acids that I had brought for making wet tests of minerals, from possible contact in case of accident with the tucker, which consisted of a large piece of boiled corned beef, several tins of preserved meat, about 25th of flour, salt, and tea and sugar. The pick, shovel, digger'​s dish, pestle and mortar, we distributed between us, and leaving the Cox on our right began to ascend the main range, following the flying survey of Mr. - - - -(illegible) very closely.
-leaving the Cox on our right began to ascend the main range, following the flying survey of Mr. - - - -(illegible) very closely.+
  
 I was somewhat disappointed to learn from Maxwell that it was impossible to get into the bed of the Kowmung anywhere near its junction with the Cox and follow it up on horseback. He assured me that it was walled all the way, and for the greater distance almost impassable on foot. We travelled over stony undulating country. The stones for the most part being water worn, probably belonging to the upper marine stratum, until we arrived at The Mare's Waterholes. Here you get a glimpse of the quartz reefs, good looking horneblendic quartz, too; but I only tried a few surface pieces in the mortar, and panned it off without results. Maxwell told us of another reported find of gold in quartz made by one of the stockmen when they were drafting at the yards close by, but he did not appear to place any reliance on the story. If you care to ride about two miles northerly from here you can look down into that awful rent in the earth'​s crust and see the waters of "Big Kowmung"​ as it is called here, still digging it deeper, as they roll on unceasingly to the greedy absorbing sea. I was somewhat disappointed to learn from Maxwell that it was impossible to get into the bed of the Kowmung anywhere near its junction with the Cox and follow it up on horseback. He assured me that it was walled all the way, and for the greater distance almost impassable on foot. We travelled over stony undulating country. The stones for the most part being water worn, probably belonging to the upper marine stratum, until we arrived at The Mare's Waterholes. Here you get a glimpse of the quartz reefs, good looking horneblendic quartz, too; but I only tried a few surface pieces in the mortar, and panned it off without results. Maxwell told us of another reported find of gold in quartz made by one of the stockmen when they were drafting at the yards close by, but he did not appear to place any reliance on the story. If you care to ride about two miles northerly from here you can look down into that awful rent in the earth'​s crust and see the waters of "Big Kowmung"​ as it is called here, still digging it deeper, as they roll on unceasingly to the greedy absorbing sea.
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 From the Mare's Waterholes we ascended the range to find the aneroid reading 4300 feet. The view from here eastward is one of terrific grandeur. Ochre red sandstone walls, deep and dark wooded ravines seem interwoven by a confused struggle to find some outlet in the primeval past. Northward the view is blocked by the towering columns that cap the Kowmunq'​s walls, but southward the eroded amphitheatre that has its centre at romantic Church Creek, is a scene unsurpassable in Australia. From the Mare's Waterholes we ascended the range to find the aneroid reading 4300 feet. The view from here eastward is one of terrific grandeur. Ochre red sandstone walls, deep and dark wooded ravines seem interwoven by a confused struggle to find some outlet in the primeval past. Northward the view is blocked by the towering columns that cap the Kowmunq'​s walls, but southward the eroded amphitheatre that has its centre at romantic Church Creek, is a scene unsurpassable in Australia.
  
-After we had descended a spur for about one mile, Maxwell dismounted, and tightened the girths, crupper, and all the fastenings on the pack horse, and quietly advised us to do likewise. "We can get down here into Christy'​s Creek, and save about 12 miles of rough, uninteresting country. It's rough, but I've been down it a few times, and it's the only point I know of that can be descended on this side of the mountains or river. We'll tie everything on the +After we had descended a spur for about one mile, Maxwell dismounted, and tightened the girths, crupper, and all the fastenings on the pack horse, and quietly advised us to do likewise. "We can get down here into Christy'​s Creek, and save about 12 miles of rough, uninteresting country. It's rough, but I've been down it a few times, and it's the only point I know of that can be descended on this side of the mountains or river. We'll tie everything on the pack now, and when we get a start I'll go ahead, and let him go, then you fellows can tail up". "'​Spose he won't keep the track?"​ I asked. "​Don'​t worry. He'll have to. There'​s only one and that's straight ahead."​
-pack now, and when we get a start I'll go ahead, and let him go, then you fellows can tail up". "'​Spose he won't keep the track?"​ I asked. "​Don'​t worry. He'll have to. There'​s only one and that's straight ahead."​+
  
 The handle was knocked out of the pick, and a neat bundle made of the tools. The dish was the worst. The ring in it would not stand the strain. It was not good enough to trust it, and to put a hole through the rim of it was not to be thought of. That would spoil a digger'​s dish. If it got loose we could say goodbye. It might roll for miles, or get damaged beyond repair. A spare bag to put it in we had not. Then I thought of how I had carried a swarm of bees in my shirt, and I suggested that we make a bag out of a new one I had in my The handle was knocked out of the pick, and a neat bundle made of the tools. The dish was the worst. The ring in it would not stand the strain. It was not good enough to trust it, and to put a hole through the rim of it was not to be thought of. That would spoil a digger'​s dish. If it got loose we could say goodbye. It might roll for miles, or get damaged beyond repair. A spare bag to put it in we had not. Then I thought of how I had carried a swarm of bees in my shirt, and I suggested that we make a bag out of a new one I had in my
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 Of the Walks Reports, the first weekend 14,15,16 November had Ian Debert leading a party of 14 across a swollen Shoalhaven River to Bulls Flat for a swimming and indulging weekend. It seems the river also indulged over the weekend and they had some problems re-crossing on the way home. It is generally considered that David McIntosh'​s Surefire Canyon trip misfired and did not go, whilst Bob Hodgson'​s Wollangambe trip saw a party of 13 spend 11 hours walking on Saturday and 9 hours walking on Sunday (What went wrong on Sunday! I hear you cry.). Of the Walks Reports, the first weekend 14,15,16 November had Ian Debert leading a party of 14 across a swollen Shoalhaven River to Bulls Flat for a swimming and indulging weekend. It seems the river also indulged over the weekend and they had some problems re-crossing on the way home. It is generally considered that David McIntosh'​s Surefire Canyon trip misfired and did not go, whilst Bob Hodgson'​s Wollangambe trip saw a party of 13 spend 11 hours walking on Saturday and 9 hours walking on Sunday (What went wrong on Sunday! I hear you cry.).
  
-George Walton'​s day and a half Mt. Solitary walk did not go, but Len Berlin'​s Bundeena to Audley walk did, led by Errol Sheedy and with a party of 20. Bill Holland had 16 on his day walk, which was different to that programmed. They went to the old northern road but didn't mess with Mill Creek and all that wet wilderness.+George Walton'​s day and a half Mt. Solitary walk did not go, but Len Berlin'​s Bundeena to Audley walk did, led by Errol Sheedy and with a party of 20. Bill Holland had 16 on his day walk, which was different to that programmed. They went to the Old Northern Road but didn't mess with Mill Creek and all that wet wilderness.
  
-The following weekend the deluge continued. Carol Bruce'​s Colo walk and David Rostron'​s Cox River family walk were cancelled but Frank Woodgate reported 6 starters and a good time on his Brooklyn to Wondabyne wildflowers and oysters walk. Helmut Land and Peter Sharpe reported 30 starters on their Benowie Track walk and Narelle Lovell had 23 people on her Lawson'​s ​Long Alley day walk, which went to plan.+The following weekend the deluge continued. Carol Bruce'​s Colo walk and David Rostron'​s Cox River family walk were cancelled but Frank Woodgate reported 6 starters and a good time on his Brooklyn to Wondabyne wildflowers and oysters walk. Helmut Land and Peter Sharpe reported 30 starters on their Benowie Track walk and Narelle Lovell had 23 people on her Lawsons ​Long Alley day walk, which went to plan.
  
-Over the weekend of 28,29,30 November Peter Miller had 7 people enjoying a good time on his Long Nose Point birthday walk, Ray Hookway reported a party of 13 finishing his Yerranderie walk early in fine weather, and there was no report of Peter Christian'​s ​Arathusa ​Canyon walk (?). Len Berlin'​s Glenbrook day walk went, but there was no report, and Malcolm Boadle had 13 people on his Bob Turner'​s ​Track walk which went to program.+Over the weekend of 28,29,30 November Peter Miller had 7 people enjoying a good time on his Long Nose Point birthday walk, Ray Hookway reported a party of 13 finishing his Yerranderie walk early in fine weather, and there was no report of Peter Christian'​s ​Arethusa ​Canyon walk (?). Len Berlin'​s Glenbrook day walk went, but there was no report, and Malcolm Boadle had 13 people on his Bob Turners ​Track walk which went to program.
  
 The weekend of 5,6,7 December Bob Younger'​s Wollangambe walk did not go, nor did David McIntosh'​s caving trip. David West's Six-Foot Track walk also did not go. Of the day walks, Peter Miller'​s map and compass instructional attracted 8 starters who did not get lost, Joe Marton'​s Grand Canyon trip did not go, and Bill Hall's Glenbrook walk had 20 plus starters. All of which concluded the Walks Report. The weekend of 5,6,7 December Bob Younger'​s Wollangambe walk did not go, nor did David McIntosh'​s caving trip. David West's Six-Foot Track walk also did not go. Of the day walks, Peter Miller'​s map and compass instructional attracted 8 starters who did not get lost, Joe Marton'​s Grand Canyon trip did not go, and Bill Hall's Glenbrook walk had 20 plus starters. All of which concluded the Walks Report.
  
 The Federation Report indicated that F.B.W.'​s Bush Leadership Course is being assessed by T.A.F.E. with a view to the possibility of incorporating the course into their syllabus. The Tracks and Access Section advise that the present owner of land at the Cox River/​Galong Creek junction prefers that walkers not camp in that area. There is no problem with transit through the property however. F.B.W.s occasional newsletter is in preparation.... watch this magazine. The Federation Report indicated that F.B.W.'​s Bush Leadership Course is being assessed by T.A.F.E. with a view to the possibility of incorporating the course into their syllabus. The Tracks and Access Section advise that the present owner of land at the Cox River/​Galong Creek junction prefers that walkers not camp in that area. There is no problem with transit through the property however. F.B.W.s occasional newsletter is in preparation.... watch this magazine.
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 The next F.B.W. St. John's Ambulance certificate course will be held over the weekend 20th February/​1st March. The next F.B.W. St. John's Ambulance certificate course will be held over the weekend 20th February/​1st March.
  
 The F.B.W. Conservation Report indicated details of the Tasmanian rainforest campaign, and advised that the National Party have indicated that they will support the proposed Wilderness Act. The F.B.W. Conservation Report indicated details of the Tasmanian rainforest campaign, and advised that the National Party have indicated that they will support the proposed Wilderness Act.
  
-General Business was next. The 60th Anniversary Committee reported details of proposed celebrations. The Club's new Constitution is being printed and should be mailed to members prior to the Annual General Meeting. A motion was passed that the Club write to Peter Tressider ​congratulating him on his recent achievement. Then it was just a matter of a final reminder that the Club is moving to new premises, the announcements,​ and the meeting closed at around+General Business was next. The 60th Anniversary Committee reported details of proposed celebrations. The Club's new Constitution is being printed and should be mailed to members prior to the Annual General Meeting. A motion was passed that the Club write to Peter Treseder ​congratulating him on his recent achievement. Then it was just a matter of a final reminder that the Club is moving to new premises, the announcements,​ and the meeting closed at around
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 =====S.B.W. 60th Anniversary Commemorative Port===== =====S.B.W. 60th Anniversary Commemorative Port=====
  
-Order your bottles of PortT from our President Barbara Bruce - $7 -+Order your bottles of Port from our President Barbara Bruce - $7 -
  
 All profits will go to the Club funds for our 60th Anniversary Celebrations  ​ All profits will go to the Club funds for our 60th Anniversary Celebrations  ​
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 =====New Member===== =====New Member=====
  
-Please add the mom of Sutton, David, 9/2-8 Park Avenue, Burwood 2134 Phone 744 1628 to your List of Members. +Please add the name of Sutton, David, 9/2-8 Park Avenue, Burwood 2134 Phone 744 1628 to your List of Members.
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