Journal 1972-1984

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Vol 1, No 1, April 1972

  • Your Suburb, Your Way of Life
  • New Light Shed on Expressway
  • Trust Gains St John as Leading Speaker
  • Pollution?
  • Sunday Walk and House Inspection
  • Things are Happening at Passy

Vol 1, No 2, August 1972

  • A Threat to Local Government
  • About Parks And Gardens
  • Auxiliary Adventures
  • Stop This Expressway
  • Challenge in Stone

Vol 1, No 3, December 1972

  • Concern for Residents:  Pulpit Point
  • Armada a Success on River
  • Looking to the New Year, by CE Coulman
  • Henry Higgins of Hunter’s Hill:  the Virtue of Small Government, by Don Aitken
  • Winner of Essay Competition
  • The Trust Centre
  • What Price Our Draft Town Plan

Vol 2, No 1, April 1973

  • Leading Environmentalist to Visit Hunters Hill
  • The Trust – How it Works
  • Preserve that 19th Century Suburb

Vol 2, No 2, July 1973

  • East Ward By-Election
  • Something Can be Done At Once
  • Amalgamation – Can You Afford it?
  • Examining the Effect
  • No More Money for Freeways
  • Public Transport – the Only Answer, by J O Ward
  • Our National Estate

Vol 2, No3, November 1973

  • W Bunning at General Meeting
  • Town Plan
  • House Inspection
  • Our National Estate
  • Town Plan
  • Auxiliary News
  • Anti Amalgamation
  • Town Plan

Vol 3, No 1, March 1974

Vol 3, No 2, May 1974

  • Annual General Meeting
  • The Year in Review
  • Levy for Parks
  • THAT Expressway
  • Council Elections
  • Kelly’s Bush Grant Sought
  • Rivers, Rivers, Rivers
  • Proposed Reclaimed Land`       

Vol 3, No 3, August 1974

  • Town Plan a Travesty of Draft
  • Foreshore Building Line
  • National Trust Classifies Hunter’s Hill
  • Trust Policy for 1974 Elections
  • Immobilised?

Vol 3, No 4, September 1974

  • Hunter’s Hill in the Balance
  • Straight from the Horses’ Mouth:  Interview with Candidates

Vol 4, No 1 April 1975

  • Planning, Public Involvement and Sincerity
  • Kelly’s Bush Impact Study, by Vincent Serventy

Vol 4, No 2, August 1975 r

  • Waste Not, Want Not:  A Public Proposal
  • Trust Submission to the PEC
  • Charles Jeanneret and ‘Wybalena’
  • Housing Commission Time Bomb under Hunters Hill?
  • What Ever Happened to the Town Plan?
  • Annual General Meeting
  • Amalgamation

Vol 4, No 3, November 1975

  • The Town Plan:  Historic Before its Time
  • Show that West Ward Votes Count
  • Rachel Henning of Passy

Vol 5, No 1, March 1976

  • Foreshores:  Public or Private?
  • Inspection at Gladesville Hospital

Vol 5, No 2, August 1976

  • Annual General Meeting was a Picnic
  • David Saunders’ Remarks
  • National Trust Campaign for Legislation to Protect Historic Buildings and Sites
  • Recollections

Vol 5, No 3, December 1976

  • Council Acts on Town Plan!
  • The Old Houses of Hunter’s Hill

Vol 6, No 1, March 1977

  • Joubert Houses Open

Vol 6, No 2, June 1977

  • Amalgamation Fears

Vol 6, No 3, September 1977

  • Council Elections
  • Interview with the Candidates
  • Save Hunters Hill Committee Submission

Vol 7, No 1, Ten Years in Review

  • Ten Years in Review
  • Conservation of Marshall House
  • Delegates Report:  National Estate Conference, by Alice Oppen

Vol 7, No 2, 1978

  • Open Space and Army Parking
  • Restoration and Renovation:  Satisfying the Streetscape
  • Church Inspection

Vol 7, No 3, Ocotber 1978

  • Lane Cove River Foreshores
  • Boronia Park Walk
  • Historic Headstones
  • Picnics for Preservation
  • State Election
  • Annual General Meeting

Vol 8, No 1, March 1979

  • Trash or Treasure:  Sydney Harbour Foreshores
  • Restoration and Renovation:  Roofing Materials
  • Clean Air Campaign
  • Noise Abatement, or Identifying Flying Objects

Vol 8, No 2, July 1979Vol 8, No 3, November 1979

  • What Price Environment?
  • The Past Year’s Activities
  • Restoration and Renovation
  • Policy Statements

Vol 9, No 1, February 1980

  • Without the Town Plan
  • Trees of Hunter’s Hill, by Mick Lehany

Vol 9, No 2, July 1980

  • Annual General Meeting
  • Town Hall:  Trust Comment

Vol 9, No 3, September 1980

  • Council Elections
  • Hunter’s Hill Trust Questionnaire

Vol 9, No 4, February 1981

  • Rescue Sought

Vol 10, No 1, July 1981

  • Heritage Act to Protect Hunter’s Hill
  • Annual General Meeting

Vol 10, No 2, October 1981

  • Call for a Conservation Plan

Vol 11, No 1, February 1982

  • Sanity for Sale
  • Gladesville Hospital
  • Do It Yourself, Researching the History of Your House, Llanthony, by Philip Jenkyn
  • Jam Tomorrow:  The Town Plan

Vol 11, No 2, July 1982

  • Henry E Budden and Federation Architecture in Hunter’s Hill, by Beverley Sherry
  • Annual General Meeting

Vol 11, No 3, November 1982

  • Vienna:  A Hunter’s Hill Bicentennial Project
  • The Italians of Hunter’s Hill, by Roslyn Maguire

Vol 12, No 1, February 1983

  • The Council ‘May’…
  • Urban Consolidation:  State Power Grab
  • Hunter’s Hill Revisited, by Howard Tanner

Vol 12, No 2, July 1983

  • Marika
  • Why ‘Vienna’ is Important, by Meredith Walker
  • Annual General Meeting
  • A Buried Problem:   Uranium in Hunter’s Hill

Vol 12, No 3, November 1983

  • Kelly’s Bush – A Victory, a Test Case and a Symbol
  • The Priory, by John Hosie

Vol 13, No 1 February 1984

  • A Tree Survey, Part 1 by Michael Lehany
  • Local History from Old Photographs

Vol 13, No 2 July 1984

  • Tree Survey, Part 2, by Michael Lehany
  • News of Kelly’s Bush
  • Lessons from Britain’s Open Spaces
  • Annual General Meeting

Vol 13, No 3, November 1984

  • Keep the Parramatta Foreshores Green
  • The Garden of Glencairn