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-THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER is a monthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney 'Bush Walkers Inc, Box 4476 GPO Sydney 2001.. To adveitise ​in this magazine,. please contact the Business Manager.  +**THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER** is a monthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney 'Bush Walkers Inc, Box 4476 GPO Sydney 2001. To advertise ​in this magazine,. please contact the Business Manager. ​ 
-Editor: George ​ivlawer+ 
 +Editor: George ​Mawer
 42 Lincoln Road Georges Hall 2198 - 42 Lincoln Road Georges Hall 2198 -
 Telephone 707 1,343 Telephone 707 1,343
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 Editorial Team: Barbara BruceJan Roberts&​ Editorial Team: Barbara BruceJan Roberts&​
 Maurice Smith Maurice Smith
-Printers: Ken Clacher, Kay Chan, Barrie Murdoch,​Ivlargaret Niven & Les Powell +Printers: Ken Clacher, Kay Chan, Barrie Murdoch,​Ivlargaret Niven & Les Powell 
-THE SYDNEY BUSH. WALKERS INCORPORATED was founded in 1927. Club meetings are held every Wednesday evening at 8 pm at Kirribilli Neighbourhood '​Centre,​ 16 Fitzroy Street, Kiriibilli (neat Milsoms Point Railway Station). Visitors and prospective ​=tubers ​are welcome any Wednesday.+ 
 +THE SYDNEY BUSH. WALKERS INCORPORATED was founded in 1927. Club meetings are held every Wednesday evening at 8 pm at Kirribilli Neighbourhood '​Centre,​ 16 Fitzroy Street, Kiriibilli (neat Milsoms Point Railway Station). Visitors and prospective ​members ​are welcome any Wednesday. 
 President: Greta James President: Greta James
 Vice-President:​ Ian Debert ​ Vice-President:​ Ian Debert ​
 Public Officer: Fran Holland Public Officer: Fran Holland
 Treasurer: Tony Holgate Treasurer: Tony Holgate
-Secretary: Maureen Carter.+Secretary: Maureen Carter.
 Walks SecretarY: Morrie, Ward Walks SecretarY: Morrie, Ward
 Social Secretary: John Hogan Social Secretary: John Hogan
-,Membership Secretary: Barry Wallace+Membership Secretary: Barry Wallace
 New Memberi Secretary: Bill Holland New Memberi Secretary: Bill Holland
 Conservation Secretary: Alex Colley Conservation Secretary: Alex Colley
-' ​Magazine ​EMI:​it'​: George Mawer+Magazine ​Editor: George Mawer
 Committee Members: Denise Shaw & Committee Members: Denise Shaw &
 Maurice Smith Maurice Smith
 Delegates to Confederation:​ Will Hilder & Delegates to Confederation:​ Will Hilder &
 Ken Smith Ken Smith
 +
 In This Issue In This Issue
 NOVEMBER 1994 NOVEMBER 1994
-2 Obituary A farewell to Colin Broad, the longest ​sewing ​Honorary Secretary we have had. A tribute from Jim Brown.+ 
 +2 Obituary A farewell to Colin Broad, the longest ​serving ​Honorary Secretary we have had. A tribute from Jim Brown.
 2 Coollana Training Weekend Bill Holland 2 Coollana Training Weekend Bill Holland
 3 From The Clubroom The very first contribution from our new Clubroom reporter Jan Roberts. Welcome to the Magazine Jan. The pay is pretty good and the satisfaction even better. 3 From The Clubroom The very first contribution from our new Clubroom reporter Jan Roberts. Welcome to the Magazine Jan. The pay is pretty good and the satisfaction even better.
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 10 Eastwood Camping Centre 10 Eastwood Camping Centre
 13 Paddy Pallin 13 Paddy Pallin
-PAGE 2 THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER NOVEMBER 1994+ 
 OBITUARY OBITUARY
 by Jim Brown by Jim Brown
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 Even if you Weren'​t in the market, it was a very informative and entertaining night and gave many of us ` more incentive to get our, pack weight down. Now all We need is the money. Even if you Weren'​t in the market, it was a very informative and entertaining night and gave many of us ` more incentive to get our, pack weight down. Now all We need is the money.
 'Till next month .. from your roving reporter. 'Till next month .. from your roving reporter.
 +
 ISDELL RIVER EXPEDITION ISDELL RIVER EXPEDITION
 KIMBERLEY EXPLORATION:​ MAY 7-23.1995 KIMBERLEY EXPLORATION:​ MAY 7-23.1995
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 NOVEMBER., J994 THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER PAGE 5 NOVEMBER., J994 THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER PAGE 5
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-CooJana ​Reunion 1994+ 
 +Coolana ​Reunion 1994 
 Greta James Greta James
-Patrick, Roger. Brown and I arrived at Coolana just :before noon on Saturday 15th October right after Bill and 'Fran Holland who had given Dot Butler and Alex Colley a lift. It was a beautiful sunny day but with a low fire rating so we Would have no problems, lighting the campfire in the evening ;- a highlight of every reunion. After making our way to the upper camping area and Setting up our tents and flies, we adjourned to the hut for lunch. ​+Patrick, Roger. Brown and I arrived at Coolana just before noon on Saturday 15th October right after Bill and Fran Holland who had given Dot Butler and Alex Colley a lift. It was a beautiful sunny day but with a low fire rating so we Would have no problems, lighting the campfire in the evening ;- a highlight of every reunion. After making our way to the upper camping area and Setting up our tents and flies, we adjourned to the hut for lunch. ​
 Much work was done by the early arrivals in cleaning, the hut and collecting and cutting up dead timber for the campfire as well al gathering quite a lot of glass which was in the area of the demolished house just below the hut. However, all work and no play there was still quite a bit of time to enjoy catching up with old and new friends as they arrived in dribs and drabs on Saturday and, some of us even had a swim in the river. The river was quite low with a sandy beach beyond the mud flat which has been exposed at the usual entry place. However, it was - still flowing and there were a few deep. spots. It was certainly very refreshing Much work was done by the early arrivals in cleaning, the hut and collecting and cutting up dead timber for the campfire as well al gathering quite a lot of glass which was in the area of the demolished house just below the hut. However, all work and no play there was still quite a bit of time to enjoy catching up with old and new friends as they arrived in dribs and drabs on Saturday and, some of us even had a swim in the river. The river was quite low with a sandy beach beyond the mud flat which has been exposed at the usual entry place. However, it was - still flowing and there were a few deep. spots. It was certainly very refreshing
  if you didn't Mind getting muddy feet while getting out.' I managed to see a black snake near 'the river but this was the only nasty around the whole  if you didn't Mind getting muddy feet while getting out.' I managed to see a black snake near 'the river but this was the only nasty around the whole
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 I, believe that this system could help solve the "​bridging of the gap" which so many potential leaders experience, including myself I, believe that this system could help solve the "​bridging of the gap" which so many potential leaders experience, including myself
 George Floyd George Floyd
-A Walk in the Snowy + 
-Mountains+A Walk in the Snowy Mountains
 George Mawer George Mawer
-My extended walk fromRound Mountain departs from Adaminaby on Dec' 27 in a bus so numbers are limited.+My extended walk from Round Mountain departs from Adaminaby on Dec' 27 in a bus so numbers are limited.
 Interested persons should contact Me as soon as possible to register and obtain full details. . Interested persons should contact Me as soon as possible to register and obtain full details. .
 The walk is scheduled to go via Round Mountain; theTumut river, the vicinity of Far Bald Mountain, Doubtful Gap, Grey Mare Fire Trail, Mount Jagungal, Greymare Hut, Pretty Plain, HellHole Crk and Cool Plain or as othwise decided at the time. The walk is scheduled to go via Round Mountain; theTumut river, the vicinity of Far Bald Mountain, Doubtful Gap, Grey Mare Fire Trail, Mount Jagungal, Greymare Hut, Pretty Plain, HellHole Crk and Cool Plain or as othwise decided at the time.
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 Henry Gold's Wilderness Calendars and Diaries Henry Gold's Wilderness Calendars and Diaries
 These beautifully illustrated publications are available in the Club room for $11.50 and $10 dollars respectively or posted for $13.50 and $11. Proceeds go to the Colong , Foundation. for Wilderness. These beautifully illustrated publications are available in the Club room for $11.50 and $10 dollars respectively or posted for $13.50 and $11. Proceeds go to the Colong , Foundation. for Wilderness.
-PAGE: 6 THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER. NOVEMBER 1994+
 TICKS TICKS
  This article which first appeared in the January 1971 Sydney Bushwalker , is relevant today because , of the fears of the possible risk of diseases being spread by Ticks.  This article which first appeared in the January 1971 Sydney Bushwalker , is relevant today because , of the fears of the possible risk of diseases being spread by Ticks.
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