Series 2 - Press Cuttings - Wildlife and Natural Resources


Date Range1934 - 1990
Quantity464.5 cm, 224 files
ProvenanceAlfred Dunbavin Butcher
Description

Alfred Dunbavin Butcher was a methodical and thorough record-keeper and this aspect of his character is reflected in the vast collection of newsclippings. Mostly Victorian in origin, they historically portray over forty years of conservation and wildlife issues. This series ontains loose press cuttings, mainly from the Melbourne newspapers: the Age, Argus, Herald, Sun, various regional and interstate newspapers, and the Australian. Topics include wildlife and natural resources, mainly Victorian.

This Series also includes a fair amount of photographs and some other papers.

ArrangedArranged chronologically

Inventory Listing

2-1 Press Pre 1940, etc.

Contains news cuttings, most loose, some glued to paper sheets, mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald and Sun and various regional papers on topics including the blackmarket in fish; "white spot" disease of trout; effects of pollution on fisheries; fish canning; international convention to regulate fishing after World War II; malaria; koala conservation; stream pollution monitoring; platypus; soldier killed by stingray at St Kilda City Baths.

Contains carbon copy of two page letter on "white spot" disease, sent by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher from Zoology Department, Melbourne University, to the Editor, Weekly Times.

Subjects include commercial fishing regulations, tuna fishing, natural history, koala conservation, mallee fowl.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB006
Date range 1934 - 1945    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0309 Box Number 4 Series 2
2-2 Press Cuttings 1946-1947

Contains news cuttings glued to sheets of paper, mainly from the Melbourne Age, Argus, Herald, Sun and various regional papers topics including Australian Aborigines (as "Stone Age Men");"Balena" first whaling ship with three spotting aircraft; whaling near Australia; black market in fish; human races; Loch Ness monster; Aborigines use of poisons from plants, fish; fish prices crisis; building of Lake Eildon; fish selling co-operatives; fish farming; brush tailed rock wallaby.

Subjects include Victorian fisheries management and marketing, recreational fishing, whaling, natural history, Lake Eildon, proposals for department to control flora and fauna.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB007
Date range 1946 - 1947    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0310 Box Number 4 Series 2
2-3 Exercise Book of Press Cuttings 1938-1948

School exercise book with loose clippings inside front cover and others glued to pages, mainly from the Melbourne Age, Argus, Herald, Sun and various regional papers. Topics include: decline in bream population, fish farming, koalas, general biology of Australian fauna; angling; duck shooting; fisheries and wildlife regulations; penguins; career of Alfred Dunbavin Butcher. Clippings refer to Alfred Dunbavin Butcher as government biologist, chief biologist, Chief Inspector of Fisheries or Master of Science. Also pasted in book are. syllabus of Geelong Fish Protection Society and Anglers Club, documents relating to employment of Alfred Dunbavin Butcher by government, article in "Angling And Gun Sport by ABD, programmes for Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's speaking engagements to Rotary and Legacy clubs and to the Royal Society of Victoria. Other subjects include fish supplies and resources, fish (bream) supplies in Gippsland Lakes, fish farming, trout stocking (Snobs Creek), angling.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB008
Date range 1938 - 1948    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Notebooks
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0311 Box Number 4 Series 2
2-4 Press Cuttings 1948-1949

Original title: "II. 11-5-48 TO 23-6-49". Mostly clippings, mainly from the Melbourne Age, Argus, Herald, Sun and various regional papers, glued to pages or loose in envelope at back of bound manila folder, topics include fisheries price controls; shark protection; angling; quail shooting; zoo regulation, fish biology and monitoring; crayfish catch limits; hunting; penguins; seal slaughter at Lady Julia Percy Island and Phillip Island; legal action by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher against Mr W. Maughan (Balwyn Wild Life Sanctuary); seizure of birds from private collection of Mr S.D. Prior; seizure. of animals from Ferntree Gully Sanctuary; cabinet reshuffle to affect fisheries administration; state aid to fish industry; visit by fisheries officials and Acclimitisation Society members of NSW hosted by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher, in Annual Review of Central Acclimitisation Society (NSW); letter to Alfred Dunbavin Butcher by F.Barry Hocking (?).

Articles by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on new deal for the bush; angling; fishing for big trout; protecting native animals; activities of department; Newsheet of Rotary Club of Melbourne, with summary of talk by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher to Club in May (?) 1948; programme for talk by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher to Returned Sailors, Soldiers and Airmens Imperial League Australia Ivanhoe on research work in Victoria. Other subjects include fish resources, fish farming, seal cull, Snobs Creek, Balwyn Sanctuary.

Other material includes an invitation to talk on angling by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher to Royal Society of Tasmania (Northern Branach); Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's honourary members cards to Mildura Working-Man's Club and Mildura Settlers' Club; black and white photograph; correspondence.

[THE FOLLOWING IS MISSING - ] Confidential draft dated 15 March 1949 of amendments to Fisheries Act 1928 and Zoological Gardens Act 1936 as the Director of Fisheries and Game Act 1949.

Also includes yellow envelope titled "1948" and containing news clippings and a copy of The University of Melbourne Conferring of Degrees pamphlet from 1939 in which Butcher is listed as receiving his Bachelor of Science degree, and another dated 1943 when Butcher was awarerded a Master of Science.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB009
Date range 1939 - 1949, Mostly 1948 to 1949    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, News Clippings and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0312 Box Number 4 Series 2
2-5 Press Cuttings 1949-1950

Contains bound file with press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Argus, Herald, Sun and various regional papers on Western District lakes, "Stocking Victorian Virgin Waters" by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher in Tight Lines, fish marketing, trout fishing; various articles in the Gippsland Times on local fishing; koala conservation, Snobs Creek hatchery, plans for sardine cannery in Victoria, plans for daytime start to duck season, 1950; Queenscliff fishing industry; game poaching. Article by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on pollution threat to freshwater fish, and in Planning Bulletin vol. 3, no. 6 August 1949.

Includes undated photograph of A. Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB010
Date range 1949 - 1950    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0313 Box Number 4 Series 2
2-6 Press Cuttings 1950-1951

Contains bound file with press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers on plans to ban crayfish drop-nets; penguin numbers; duck shooting; conditions of the fish markets at Queen Victoria Market; food shortage for Koalas on Phillip Island; fish shortage in Melbourne, (1950); fishing industry; various articles on natural history.

Includes photographs of Butcher and delegates relating to Indo-Pacific Fisheries Council Conference, 1950 and related correspondence.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB011
Date range 1950 - 1951    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0314 Box Number 4 Series 2
2-7 Press Cuttings 1951-1952

Contains bound file with press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Argus, Herald, Sun and various regional papers on 1951 Quail season; protection of Phillip Island penguins; Koalas sent to Western Australia; Brush-tail Possum cull; debate in Queensland Parliament on Siberian migratory birds (jack snipe) which arrive starving and leave fat, for Russians to eat and thus benefit from Australian goodwill; criticism by A. H. Chisholm of statement by Winston Churchill that Montebello Islands good site for atomic tests because unimportant fauna; anonymous angry mail to Alfred Dunbavin Butcher; Snobs Creek Hatchery accused of failure; trout fishing; request by Phillip Island fishermen for RAAF to bomb porposies ; fish farming as solution to future. food shortages; native birds spread encephalitis in Murray Valley according to Macfarlane Burnet; interstate zoological conference; Japanese spider crab epidemic on Phillip Island; culling of wedge tailed eagles; duck shooting; also photographs and other ephemera from Indo-Pacific Fisheries Conference (Madras, India February 1951).

Includes invitations to talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher at Pioneers' Memorial Oration (Wangaratta), Legacy Club, Apollo Bay Fishermen's Society; review by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher of Fishes of Australia and Their Technology by T.C.Roughley (Economic Zoologist, Australian Museum); invitation to reception for Duchess and Duke of Edinburgh; photoraph of Butcher and delegates at the Indo-Pacific Fisheries Council Conference, India, 1951, with related correspondence and ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB012
Date range 1951 - 1952    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0315 Box Number 4 Series 2
2-8 Press Cuttings 1953-1955

Contains bound file with press clippings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Argus, Herald, Sun and various regional papers on fishing the Shannon River in Tasmania; shark fishing; duck hunting and conservation; deaths at duck hunt; penguins; inland fisheries; Eildon Dam; fox threat to native birds.

Includes angry letters from J. Sucker (?); photographs from conference dinner (?), ABC braodcast for Royal Agricultural Show 26/9/53, fauna conference February 1954, seal rocks visit; ephemera from conferences and talks given by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB013
Date range 1953 - 1955    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0316 Box Number 5 Series 2
2-9 Press Cuttings 1955-1956

Contains loose and attatched cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Argus, Herald, Sun and various regional papers attached to paper on seals and their impact on fisheries; proposals to cull seals; trout stocking; letters re. the shooting of eagles by the Federal, Minister for External Affairs; 26 per cent cut in funding to Fisheries and Game Department; shark scare. in Port Phillip Bay; Brush-tail Possum cull; funding of pro-Communist subversives in America by Ford Foundation and other philanthropic trusts; national park protection in Victoria; 1956 duck season opening.

Includes invitations etc. relating to talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher; photographs of gun shop window, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher with farmer. Also issue of Australian Geographical Walkabout Magazine, December 1956.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB014
Date range 1955 - 1956    Quantity 3.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Publications, General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0317 Box Number 5 Series 2
2-10 Press Cuttings 1956

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian news papers and journals re. release of trout into Lake Eildon; trout season shortening; shooting of native birds by "foreigners"; article "The Fish and Wild Life Resource of the Glenelg Region" by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher in "Conservation News"; Snobs Creek; National Parks Bill; soil conservation; reports in Warrnambool Standard of Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's lectures in the Western District; assorted fishing articles.

Includes ephemera from lectures and visits made by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher; details of Opening Ceremony of Eildon Dam and photograph.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB015
Date range 1956    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, Maps, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0318 Box Number 5 Series 2
2-11 Press Cuttings and Photographs from Television Appearance 1957

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals on inland fishing; 1957 trout season; duck shooting; skin-diving.

Includes photographs apparently taken from 1957 television appearance.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB016
Date range 1957    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0319 Box Number 5 Series 2
2-12 Press Cuttings 1957

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals on plans for new Melbourne Fish Market; trout release; Sherbrooke Lyre-birds; Albert Park trout; koalas; Dandenong conservation; trout season opening; fishing industry; shag shooting in the Fitzroy Gardens.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB017
Date range 1957    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0320 Box Number 6 Series 2
2-13 Press Cuttings 1956-1957

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals on recreational fishing; koalas; Natural Resources Exhibition; Phillip Island Penguins; hunting; trout fishing; mutton birds; Port Welshpool whale strandings; live-bird trapshooting; tuna fishing.

Includes loose prints from Natural Resources Exhibition.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB018
Date range 1956 - 1957    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0321 Box Number 6 Series 2
2-14 Press Cuttings and Papers About the Queen's Visit 1958

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals on Murray River fishing, Port Phillip Bay fishing; trout fishing; duck hunting opening; Sherbrooke Forest Lyre-birds; Lake Albacutya; recreational fishing; depletion of inland fish stocks.

Includes ephemera from lectures, dinners and visits made by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher, and black and white photographs, one of them of the Victorian Government Tourist Bureau.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB019
Date range 1958    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0322 Box Number 6 Series 2
2-15 Press Cuttings and Photograph of Tourist Bureau Window Display 1958

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals regarding illegal live bird trade; assorted natural history articles; penguin conservation; commercial fishing, impact of imported fish on local industry, fish prices, Federal Government assistance; trout fishing; Westernport Bay seals; duck hunting; rabbit control.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB020
Date range 1958    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0323 Box Number 6 Series 2
2-16 Press Cuttings 1958

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals re. trout fishing, assorted natural history articles; commercial fishing; national park management; duck shooting; live-bird trap shooting; recreational fishing; deer shooting; scuba diving.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB021
Date range 1958    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0324 Box Number 6 Series 2
2-17 Press Cuttings 1958-1959

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals re. recreational fishing; duck hunting and season opening; national parks and nature. conservation; rabbit management; live bird trap-shooting; sharks; assorted natural history articles; Gabo Island Penguin slaughter; Cormorant as a pest; conservation of swamp lands

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB022
Date range 1958 - 1959    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0325 Box Number 6 Series 2
2-18 Oily Comes to Town, and Other Press Cuttings 1959

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals about duck season opening; comment on the poor opening to the season; recreational fishing; assorted natural history articles; inland fishing (Murray River); Koalas for San Francisco Zoo; Echuca Conference on Murray River fishing; dinoflagellate infestation in the bay; trout fishing and stocking; Dandenongs conservation; commercial fishing and fish prices; deer hunting in Gippsland.

Includes ephemera from Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's trips and lectures; and two black and white photographs.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB023
Date range 1959    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0326 Box Number 6 Series 2
2-19 The Great Fish Mystery, and Other Press Cuttings 1959

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals regarding kangaroo control; Department of Fisheries and Game plans to increase duck numbers; fish prices; opening of new Melbourne Fish Markets; assorted natural history articles; trout releases; Inquiry into the fishing industry in Victoria; recreational fishing; trout fishing; concern over declining recreational fishing results; bream fishing in Gippsland.

Includes report in Ballarat Courier of Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's speech on the need for wildlife preservation.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB024
Date range 1959    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0327 Box Number 7 Series 2
2-20 Fish Men in Talks, and Other Press Cuttings 1959

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals re. Fishing Industry Inquiry; concerns over poor catches by inland anglers; Murray River fishing; retail fish prices; trout season opening; Phillip Island Koalas; Bream in East Gippsland; moves to stop sale and trade of native fauna; proposal to declare. Mt Eccles National Park; national parks.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB025
Date range 1959    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0328 Box Number 7 Series 2
2-21 Press Cuttings 1959

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals re. native animal exports and trade; recreational fishing; sardine fishing industry; Serendip Sanctuary at Lara; hunting in USA; trout fishing; assorted natural history articles; fishing industry; Murray River fishing; shark attack at Lorne.

Includes photo from Commonwealth State Fisheries Conference - Hobart - December 1959. Also includes letter from Arthur G. Rylah.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB026
Date range 1959    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0329 Box Number 7 Series 2
2-22 Credential Signed By Henry Bolte and Press Cuttings 1960

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals re. recreational fishing, assorted natural history articles; Fishing Industry Inquiry; wetland reservation; duck ecology; Grampians fire. and Koalas; angling competitions; natural history articles from the New Zealand Herald; opening of duck season; ;loose photos of Game Management Research vehicle and caravan; New Zealand fishing industry; sharks in Port Phillip Bay; change of department name to Department of Fisheries and Wildlife; Lakes Entrance Fishing Industry.

Includes credential signed by Henry Bolte, parchment document with seal; and four photographs that look to relate to Game Management Research.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB027
Date range 1960    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0330 Box Number 7 Series 2
2-23 Press Cuttings 1960

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals re. fishing festival at the Gippsland Lakes; setting aside space for wildlife; fishing industry inquiry; fishing industry under threat from imports and consumer indifference; Winton Swamp; proposal to create combined co-operative association for farmers; recreational fishing; Port Fairy; trout liberation; assorted natural history articles; kangaroo meat; pollution in Port Phillip Bay; poor fishing in Port Phillip Bay blamed on pollution; cultivation of native fish; trout season; ephemera from Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's lectures, visits and trips; posters for Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's lecture on Living Space for Wildfowl at Benalla. Includes details of Gippsland Fishing Festival, 1960.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB028
Date range 1960    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0331 Box Number 7 Series 2
2-24 Press Cuttings 1960-1961

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals re. natural history; inland fishing; Inquiry into Fishing Industry, allegations that Alfred Dunbavin Butcher was biased in favour of amateur anglers; siltation in the Gippsland Lakes; plans to allocate 20,000 acres at Wilsons Promontary National Park for soldier settlement; official opening of Snobs Creek Hatchery with photos; trout fishing; findings of the Inquiry into Victorian Fishing Industry; Tower Hill becomes game reserve; fish farming; boating; proposal to make Barmah Forest a gamre. reserve; proposal to set up National Park ranger staff.

Includes invitations, certificates, photos and other ephemera from Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's visits, lectures and trips.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB029
Date range 1960 - 1961    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0332 Box Number 7 Series 2
2-25 New Wildlife Reserves, and Other Press Cuttings 1961

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals regarding State Wildlife Investigations Committee; propsal to develop national park at the Gippsland Lakes; death of Roderick George Thomas; plans to capture. NSW ducks for release in Victoria; Melbourne Zoo Strike; revision of the Game Act; trafficking in native birds; recreational fishing; angling contest at Albert Park; Phillip Island; trout fishing; Fishing Reform Bill; opening of duck season; Barmah Forest egrets; Tower Hill Game Reserve.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB030
Date range 1961    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0333 Box Number 7 Series 2
2-26 Support for Hotel on Promontory, and Other Press Cuttings 1961

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals regarding Mutton Birds, various natural history articles; rabbit control; recreational fishing; Healesville Sanctuary; Phillip Island; Snobs Creek Hatchery; Sardine Industry in Port Phillip Bay; Hattah Lakes National Park; Ibis; proposal to reserve summit of Mt Kosciusko; aerial release of trout; oyster industry.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB031
Date range 1961    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, Memoranda, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0334 Box Number 8 Series 2
2-27 Press Cuttings 1961

Contains certificates and other ephemera from the Tenth Pacific Science Congress; program from the 51st International Association of Game Fish and Conservation Commissioners, (1961); photos and newsletters and conference information from Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's trip to the USA; newspaper cuttings from U.S. re. fishing; B.P. publicity photos re. trout hatchery at Snobs Creek; cuttings from Victorian newspapers and journals re. setting up of Australian Fisheries Council; trout fishing opening; trout restocking; various natural history articles; recreational fishing in Port Phillip Bay; black-swan cull at Lake Corangamite; Natural Resources Conservation League convention at Geelong; re-discovery of Leadbeater's Possum.

Includes material relating to Tenth Pacific Science Conference, Hawaii, 1961 and visit to United States generally, with credential signed by Henry Bolte.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB032
Date range 1961    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0335 Box Number 8 Series 2
2-28 Press Cuttings 1961-1962

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals re. fishing industry; deforestation; red algal bloom in Port Phillip Bay; shark attack in Queensland; Lake Eildon; inland fishing; proposal to bomb sharks; 1962 bush fires; bush fires in the Dandenongs; Healesville Sanctuary hit by bush fires; various natural history articles; fires at Ferntree Gully and Olinda; bush fire. history; trout hatchery; Lake Hume; duck season opening; fishing industry.

Includes assorted certificates and ephemera; application form for Swan Licence.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB033
Date range 1961- - 1962    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, Maps, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0336 Box Number 8 Series 2
2-29 Notes and Ephemera from Functions and Press Cuttings 1962

Contains news cuttings from mainly Victorian newspapers and journals including articles on "sea monster" found on west coast of Tasmania; assorted natural history articles; tuna fishing industry; legislation to declare. European Carp a noxious fish; Koala relocation; fears over the connection between organic phosphate insecticides and mental illness; calls to control shooters; recreational fishing; rabbit control.

Includes assorted notes and ephemera from functions attended by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB034
Date range 1962    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0337 Box Number 8 Series 2
2-30 Press Cuttings 1962

Contains news cuttings mainly from Victorian newspapers and journals including articles on carp eradication; deer control; Zoological Gardens; recreational fishing; assorted natural history articles; Wedge-tail Eagles; trout fishing; Melbourne's new fish market; kangaroo control; water supply; Glenaldale Park; fishing industry.

Includes assorted notes and ephemera from functions attended by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB035
Date range 1962    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0338 Box Number 8 Series 2
2-31 Photograph of Butcher and Delegates to Crayfish Management Conference and Press Cuttings 1962

Contains news cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers regarding carp control; assorted wild life articles, Wilsons Promontory motel development proposal; Sherbrooke Forest Lyre-birds; debate on kangaroo culling; export ban on kangaroo meat; concern over the viability of River Red-gum Forests; water conservation; Prince Philip's criticism of kangaroo shooting; pesticides; fishing regulations; recreational fishing; assorted notes and ephemera from functions attended by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Includes photoraph of Butcher and delegates to Crayfish Management Conference, 1962.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB036
Date range 1962    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0339 Box Number 8 Series 2
2-32 Fears for Safety of Wildlife, and Other Press Cuttings 1963

Contains news cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers re. natural history; kangaroo hunting debate; weed problem in Albert Park Lake; motel development at Wilsons Promontory National Park; pesticide use; wildlife conservation; shark fishing; Melbourne Zoo; the seals of Bass Strait; recreational fishing; Heard Island; duck hunting; Gerald Durrell in Australia; wildlife of the Mallee; poisonous redfin at Mildura; Leadbeaters Possum; Southern Pelagic Project Committee conference; tuna fishing in South Australia; start of abalone industry; Red Deer kills zoo keeper.

Includes assorted notes, photos and ephemera from functions and conferences attended by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB037
Date range 1963    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0340 Box Number 8 Series 2
2-33 Lakes Bar 'Claims 15', and Other Press Cuttings 1963

Contains news cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers re. natural history, wildlife conservation; kangaroo shooting; lyre-birds; Snowy Mountains conservation; trout fishing; zoos; oil refinery for Westernport Bay; 1080 stock poisoning; trout in Tasmania; possums used in dog training; carp; trout fishing; 13th Annual Conference of Victoria Fisheries and Wildlife Officers.

Includes notes, photos and ephemera from functions and conferences attended by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB038
Date range 1963    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0341 Box Number 9 Series 2
2-34 The Trout Harvest, Flyer and Press Cuttings 1963

Contains news cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers re. natural history; Kerang; recreational fishing; conservation of Cape Barren Geese; insecticide poisoning; trout fishing; insecticide contamination of milk; fishing industry - general; Lakes Entrance fishing indsutry; warnings on pesticides; penguins; plans to improve Melbourne Zoo; comment on Rachel Carson's Silent Spring; Game Bulletin July, August, September 1963.

Includes photos, notes and ephemera from functions and conferences attended by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB039
Date range 1963    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0342 Box Number 9 Series 2
2-35 Press Cuttings 1963

Contains news cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers re. natural history; various articles on zoo animals; Joy Adamson's visit to Australia; proposal to start scallop dredging industry in the Port Phillip Bay; recreational fishing; Tower Hill; Phillip Island penguins; Funnel-Web Spiders; trout; pesticides; tuna industry; conditions of circus animals; warning on poisoning from ducks in Lake Hume; murder of Ronald Reay Mackay; Murray Cod; proposal to poison native fauna with 1080; proposals for motels in three national parks; Peak District National Park (UK).

Includes notes and ephemera from functions and conferences attended by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB040
Date range 1963    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0343 Box Number 9 Series 2
2-36 List of Names relating to Inaugural Meeting, Australian Conservation Foundation, and Press Cuttings 1964

Contains news cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers re. natural history; various photo storys of zoo animals and fishing; forestry at Ballarat; Adelaide Zoo management dispute; fly plagues; Mornington Scallop fleet; pesticide use; ANZAAS Conference; duck season opening; need for adequate watering of River Red-gum Forests; Melbourne water supply; Department of Fisheries and Wildlife pamhlets for the fishing industry notes and ephemera from functions and conferences attended by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Includes list of names relating to Inaugural Meeting, Australian Conservation Foundation, 1964.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB041
Date range 1964    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings and Lists
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0344 Box Number 9 Series 2
2-37 Press Cuttings 1963-1964

Contains news cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers. Subjects include Jock Marshall; recreational fishing; Murray Cod; natural history; claims of damage to fisheries by seals; trout fishing; problem of seagulls at the airport; death of 'Spotty' the Lyre-bird; variety of wildlife photo-storys; scallop tagging in Port Phillip Bay; plans to reserve Mallacoota Inlet; wildlife export business; concern over DDT in food; fate of Murray River Valley forests; moves to control pesticide use; recreational fishing; notes and ephemera from functions and conferences attended by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Includes drawing of duck nesting box developed by Fisheries and Wildlife Department, and two black and white photographs, group shots of unidentified men as well as Alf Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB042
Date range 1963 - 1964    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Diagrams, Ephemera, News Clippings and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0042 Box Number 9 Series 2
2-38 Press Cuttings 1964

Contains news cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers re. natural history; trout fishing; proposal for Little Desert reserves; recreational fishing; land development in the Little Desert; water supply; native cats; Victorian Government set up to investigate the effects of pesticides; Japanese fishing industry; fishing industry; proposed Buffalo River water storage; proposal to sell off 3000 acres of the Mallacoota National Park; pollution problems of detergents; scallops.

Includes notes and ephemera from functions and conferences attended by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB043
Date range 1964    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0043 Box Number 9 Series 2
2-39 Smuggler of Birds to be Deported, and Other Press Cuttings 1965

Cuttings glued to loose pages topics including trout; cereal pests; conservation of Dandenong Ranges; mammoths; circus cruelty to animals; Tasmanian tiger; shark attacks; cape barren goose; duck shooting; death of Winston Churchill; Toynebee on population explosion; pesticide pollution; scallop beds in Port Phillip Bay.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB044
Date range 1965    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Diagrams and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0044 Box Number 10 Series 2
2-40 Tower Hill Natural History Museum Papers and Press Cuttings 1965

Press cuttings pasted on loose sheets, topics include Dandenongs; duck shooting; banding of ducks; circus cruelty (England, Moscow circus tour, Menzies legislation); abalone; native fauna extinction; bayside erosion; wombat killing; car dumping; pesticides; Japanese fishing off Australia.

Includes material relating to development of Tower Hill Natural History Museum. Also letter (unaddressed) from Alfred Dunbavin Butcher as director, asking for donations for Wildlife Reserves, in particular at Tower Hill.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB045
Date range 1965    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Diagrams, News Clippings and Sketches
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0045 Box Number 10 Series 2
2-41 Rylah Institute Correspondence and Press Cuttings 1965

Press cuttings pasted on loose sheets, topics include trout; eagles; Yarra river management; wombat, dieldrin pollution; angling; ibis; endangered cape barren goose; DDT; Federal powers; naming of Arthur Rylah institute; invitation to meeting at Royal Society where. Alfred Dunbavin Butcher to speak; kangaroo culling; crayfish smuggling; Ozenkadnook tiger; professional salaries; natural history; oil exploration off Gippsland; Vietnam war; Tower Hill; conservation of Westernport Bay.

Includes a letter from A. G. Rylah to Alfred Dunbavin Butcher regarding naming of Institute after Rylah.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB046
Date range 1965    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats Diagrams, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0046 Box Number 10 Series 2
2-42 Breaking the Barrier, Press Cuttings 1965

Press cuttings pasted to loose sheets, topics include koala reintroduction to forests; crocodiles; bird of paradise extinction threat; wilderness parks; pesticide bans; natural history; fishing; professional salaries; kangaroo cull; threats to ibis; Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring"; population explosion.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB047
Date range 1965    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0047 Box Number 10 Series 2
2-43 Press Cuttings 1965

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers on power boat licences, pesticide threat to humanity, natural history, leadbeater's possum, urban sprawl in Melbourne, desertification of central Australia, Natural Resources Convention (Alexandra 1965), 5th Australian Fisheries School at CSIRO, fish shelter in Port Phillip Bay, cars killing native animals, disarmament and human nature. (by Macfarlane Burnet), oil and mineral exploration on continental shelf, abalone industry, development at Wilson's Promontory, pollution (by Bill Hartley, Victorian ALP secretary).

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB048
Date range 1965    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0048 Box Number 10 Series 2
2-44 How the Goanna Got His Name, and Other Press Cuttings 1966

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers on species extinctions, oil pollution on beaches, expansion of parks in Victoria, development of Mt.Dandenong, State of the Union address by President Johnson, decolonisation in Africa, retirement of Robert Menzies, ban on arsenic weed killers, deer hunting, natural history, duck hunting, mass killing of cormorants with explosives by fishermen, DDT/heavy metals kill birds in Scandinavia, angling, development of Port Phillip Bay beaches, circus cruelty to animals, federal subsidies for softwood plantations, shark attack, trade unions count cost of air pollution Mr C.Willman (THC rep. on Victoria's Clean Air Committee), pesticides threat to public health, off-shsore oil exploration.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB049
Date range 1966    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0049 Box Number 10 Series 2
2-45 Analyst Hits at 'Drop' in Food Standards, and Other Press Cuttings 1966

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Argus, Herald, Sun and various regional papers on natural history, pesticides as threat to public health, crayfish exports, pesticide controls, Shell says pesticides are. safe and pose no threat to environment, oil discovery in Bass Strait, chemicals in food, "mental pollution" (air, noise, overcrowding), drought, crocodile protection, China and Russia fishing in Australian waters, oil pollution in Corio Bay, dam building plan for NSW, city planning for Melbourne sprawl, building dams in central Australia with nuclear weapons, wildlife protection.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB050
Date range 1966    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0050 Box Number 10 Series 2
2-46 Big Trout Hauls, and Other Press Cuttings 1966

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Argus, Herald, Sun, Bulletin, and various regional papers on pollution in Corio Bay, army deployed against emus in Western Australia in 1932, wildlife extinctions, reviews and articles on Jock Marshall's (Monash University Professor of Zoology) The Great Extermination, fish industry, development of Phillip Island, overfishing of scallops, pollution, pesticide control, Japanese fishing affected by extension of Australian territorial waters, pigmy possum (later named Burramys sp., natural history, press release on discovery of Burramys sp., Eltham bush saved from development by Neill Douglas (artist) and friends, protection for fishing industry, Trades Hall call to cut air pollution (Mr C.Willman), irrigation dams planned for Victoria, crayfish industry development.

Includes press statement relating to discovery of Burramys pigmy possum, poster for Tower Hill appeal, and ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB051
Date range 1966    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings, Drawings and/or Plans and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0051 Box Number 11 Series 2
2-47 Press Cuttings 1966

Wildlife and natural resources, mainly Victorian, with some overseas cuttings relating to tour. Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers on oil pollution of Port Phillip Bay, kangaroo culling, social responsibility of private enterprise, nature. conservation, Shell oil refinery Geelong, lectures by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher that chemical pollution poses threat to mankind, Corio bay oil pollution, critical letter to Jock Marshall on his The Great Extermination, natural history, anti-air pollution politics in New York, letter by Sir Garfield Barwick on establishement of Australian Conservation Foundation, restoring Tower Hill, kangaroo culling, fishing, talk on pollution around the world by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher, review of A Continent in Danger by Vincent Serventy, water pollution control in NSW, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher international tour to IUCN pesticide committee etc, expansion of Australian territorial waters.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB052
Date range 1966    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0052 Box Number 11 Series 2
2-48 Ocean Road Planned in Gippsland, and Other Press Cuttings 1967

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers on Bass Straight oil development, rabbit plague in Victoria, fire. at Phillip Island penguin reserve, natural history, anglers angry at pollution on Werribee River, nature. conservation, overpopulation, hanging of Ronald Ryan, plan for Chowilla dam on Murray River, fishing, air pollution, Corio Bay fish pollution, sewage effluent into Port Phillip Bay, duck season.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB053
Date range 1967    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0053 Box Number 11 Series 2
2-49 Toxic Terrors of the Sea, and Other Press Cuttings 1967

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional papers on natural history, chemicals in food, extension of Australia's territorial waters, pesticide safety, kangaroo culling, Corio Bay pollution, nature. conservation, global pollution threats, oil pollution in Port Phillip Bay, oil spills as major global threat, USSR fishing in South Pacific, Bass Straight gas development, air pollution as political issue, development of Westernport Bay, abalone, sewage outlet in Port Phillip Bay, ALP science policy committee criticises Clean Air Act.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB054
Date range 1967    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0054 Box Number 11 Series 2
2-50 Rain Need Desperate - CP Chief, and Other Press Cuttings 1967

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on drought, artificial lake at Mount Buffalo, Snowy Mountains scheme, environmental responsibility of big business, fishing, Bass Straight oil and gas development, Esso-BHP refinery for Old Tyabb (Westernport Bay), "Water for Peace" conference in Washington, natural history, wallaby cull, Chowilla Dam, sewage discharge into Port Phillip Bay, collapse of South Australian fisheries, species extinction, whaling and danger of extinctions, Corio Bay pollution, Australian Conservation Foundation first full-time director Dr D.F.McMichael, air pollution in Victoria (Mr Colin Willman) scallop fishing, annual conference of Fisheries and Wildlife Department, regulation of non-native animals.

Includes invitations etc for Alfred Dunbavin Butcher public speaking, invitations etc. for Australian Conservation Foundation "Symposium on Conservation", photograph of Alfred Dunbavin Butcher and others at Warrnambool.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB055
Date range 1967    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0055 Box Number 11 Series 2
2-51 Seminar Will Consider Conservation, and Other Press Cuttings 1967

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Alfred Dunbavin Butcher call for research into pesticide contamination, air pollution, nature. conservation, sewage outlet into Port Phillip Bay, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher tells fishermen to organise trade body to lobby government, MMBW description of sewage outlet scheme, tower hill, natural history, death of Professor A. J. "Jock" Marshall, smog danger, Lake Pedder, whaling, smokey mouse Pseudomys fumeus endangered.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB056
Date range 1967    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0056 Box Number 11 Series 2
2-52 Appointment Notes and Press Cuttings 1967

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Bass Straight oil, sewage outfall for Port Phillip Bay, beach pollution in Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne air pollution, gun control, drought, call by THC's Colin Willman to prosecute air polluters, oil pollution in Corio Bay, smog as electoral issue, fishing, Chowilla Dam, Gough Whitlam on ALP policy with underlining by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on proposals for fisheries commission and shipping line, natural history, drought, population and starvation, Lake Pedder, Japanese fishing off Australia, ephemera relating to talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Inlcudes handwrittten notes held by glider clip with appointments for 1967 (?).

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB057
Date range 1967    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Memoranda, News Clippings, Loose Notes and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0057 Box Number 12 Series 2
2-53 Sharks and Her Life, and Other Press Cuttings 1967

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Bass Straight oil, Professional Fishermen's Association, drought, Aboriginal bush food, natural history, endangered red kangaroo, Japanese-Australian fishing companies proposed, sewage threat to scallop industry, fishing, social welfare, failure. of pesticides to control pests, Thompson Dam, limits to growth in world fisheries, nature. conservation, insecticides in bread kills 34 in Mexico, industrialisation as global environment threat, air pollution, urban planning, industrial development of Westernport Bay, tower hill.

Includes photograph of Alfred Dunbavin Butcher and others in Parliament House (?) Perth 8 September 1967, ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB058
Date range 1967    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0058 Box Number 12 Series 2
2-54 Industry Leaders $2M Gift, and other Press Cuttings 1967

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on establishment of Australian Conservation Foundation, natural history, off-shore. oil rights, pesticides, drought, crown of thorns starfish, need for new dams, rubbish dumping, kangaroos, koalas, navy to patrol fishing zones, air pollution as political issue, clean air regulations, prawn fishing, oil spills at sea, nature. conservation, depth charges at Lakes Entrance scare. fishermen, Royal Botanical Gardens, Churchill awards go to environmental research, Chowilla dam, Tower Hill, bird smuggling, remodelling of Pyramid creek, Natural Resources Convention (Swan Hill), hunting buffalo with bow and arrow, Mr Don Chipp attacks Four Corners on Barrier Reef report, farming, Bass Straight exploration, endangered Parma wallaby, salination of Murray river, salt-water angling licences, car pollution, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on stocking Murray river with native fish, Chinese fishing clams on Barrier reef, Royal Melbourne Zoo subsidies, SEC power lines ugly, penguins, Phillip island, Macfarlane Burnet on limits to human population growth, agriculture. threat to wildlife, global environmental dangers unsolved by science, famine and population, Wilson's Promontory, ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB059
Date range 1967    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0059 Box Number 12 Series 2
2-55 Press Cuttings 1967

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on angling, kangaroos, Albert Park lake, pesticides, controversy over forestry, engdangered Bandicoot, water shortages, Water in Australian by Suzanne Hutchinson, drought, air pollution, rabbit farm, Healesville Sanctuary, mining Barrier Reef, sewage outfall to Cape Schanck, Japanese fishing Australian waters, BHP development of Westernport Bay, Wilsons Promontory, dust storms in Mallee and Wimmerra, boat regulations, oil tankers in Barrier Reef, memorials to Harold Holt, pine logging, north eastern Victoria National Park proposal, beach destructions, Port Phillip Bay pollution, limits on outdoor advertising, penguins, bush fires.

Includes advertisements for Mortein, fishing, papers relating to talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB060
Date range 1967    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, Minutes and Agendas and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0060 Box Number 12 Series 2
2-56 Authority Without Power, and Other Press Cuttings 1968

Contains press cuttings,some loose in a yellow envelope and most pasted on white paper, mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers. Subjects include marina development at Nits Rhyll (Phillip island), Port Phillip Bay protection needed, protests at Canadian seal killing, natural history, circus cruelty, red kangaroo endangered by shooting, death of Prime Minister Holt, drought, blue-ringed octopus dangerous, sharks, Australian population growth, angling, Australia proclaims 12-mile fishing zone including around Papua- New Guinea and Nauru, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher talk on seafood to William Angliss Food Trades School, self-regulation of scallop and abalone, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher talk on Tower Hill at Apex clubs in Kororoit, duck hunting, defoliation sprays in Vietnam cause permanent damage to animal and plant life, Dr Don McMichael (Australian Conservation Foundation director) and Dr Len Smith (Victorian National Parks Authority Director) propose marine park development, memorial parks etc to Harold Holt, Merri creek pollution, BHP development of Westernport Bay, notice of talk by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher to Royal Society of Victoria on natural resources, notice of ABC broadcasts on wildlife by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher and others.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB061
Date range 1968    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0061 Box Number 12 Series 2
2-57 River Dries Up; Fish Die, and Other Press Cuttings 1968

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on drought, nature. conservation, summary in newsletter of Blackburn and District Tree preservation Society of talk by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on threat of global climate change posed by deforesation and carbon dioxide emmissions, establishment of Australian Fishing Industry Council, kangaroos, insecticides found in drinking water, bush fires, hotel building boom at Phillip Island, shooting, Peregrine falcon endangered, Trades Hall Council's Mr C.Willman calls for fume and noise meters on police cars to limit pollution, pollution of Yarra river, erosion threat in western Victoria, penguins, pollution controls on cars, criticisms of Victorian Clean Air Act, air pollution, famine and destruction of global environment inevitable due to overpopulation says Professor L.C. Birch (Sydney University), Australian Conservation Foundation as "the middle way" in conservation, oil slick on Yarra river, proposal for Mitta Mitta dam, protests on sealing in Canada, protection of Barrier Reef, US steps up defoliation programme in Vietnam, Prince Philip on need to control progress in science and industry, drought breaks, airforce to patrol fishing Australia's zones, Mornington Peninsula Conservation League, major Federal ocean exploration programme, land degradation, collapse of Port Phillip Bay scallop fisheries.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB062
Date range 1968    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Diagrams, Ephemera, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0062 Box Number 12 Series 2
2-58 Picnic Shoot Should be put in the Past, and Other Press Cuttings 1968

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on kangaroos, wallaby shooting, gaming, penguins, fishing, prawn fishing, boat fees, scallop fishing, exports of kangaroo meat, oil slick, land clearing in Wimmerra, Westernport industrial development, detergent pollution of water, smoking dangers, over population, Lord Howe island airstrip, Barrier Reef mining, species conservation, gun control in USA, profile on Dr Don Mcmichael, Russians fishing Gulf of Carpentaria, beach destruction, abalone, duck shooting, air pollution, Vietnam War, Professor John Turner as head of Save Dandenongs League, kangaroo "mink" furs, Little Desert development, call to annexe Gulf of Carpentaria and Barrier Reef, Australian reputation overseas as destroyer of nature.

Includes papers relating to talk by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB063
Date range 1968    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0063 Box Number 13 Series 2
2-59 Land of Parrots, and Other Press Cuttings 1968

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on wilderness values, fish poaching by Formosans off Queensland, Mr C.Willman (Trades Hall) on oil slick and smog, fisheries modernisation, green bans by unions on oil tankers after spill in Port Phillip Bay, Gemmill's Swamp Mooroopna, zoo, call to annexe Gulf of Carpentaria and Barrier Reef, fishing licences, beached whale, National Parks and Wildlife Act NSW, J. Ros Garnet (Victorian National Parks Association) on land conservation, crayfish trade, bird smuggling, Soviet fisheries research off Australia, over population, wildlife, Sir Macfarlane Burnet on over population and world police force, sewage treatment, Dr R.A. Patterson (ALP MP) on fisheries patrols, Senator G.H. Branson (Lib MP) on global warming, Russians fishing Gulf of Carpentaria, Little Desert conservation (J. Mcdonald VNPA, Clive Crouch, A.J. Holt Secretary for Lands), Dromana foreshore. clearing, trout fishing, Professor S.D Rubbo (University of Melbourne) on chemical warfare. in Vietnam, articles and programme for talk by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher at "Golden Wattle Festival" (Maryborough 16-25 August 1968), ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB064
Date range 1968    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0064 Box Number 13 Series 2
2-60 Appointment Notes and Press Cuttings 1968

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on pesticide bans, smog, ban on foreign fishing vessels in Australian ports, Point Nepean park as Harold Holt memorial, fisheries council for States and Commonwealth, cost of air pollution in USA $2 billion, Macfarlane Burnet says smoking big killer, angling, kangaroos, global atmospheric pollution, Barrier Reef conservation, Professor Charles Birch (Sydney University) calls for birth control serum for women, DDT residues in fodder, BHP development of Westernport, natural history, Mr Colin Willman (THC) on smog, nature. conservation, Tower Hill, Mr Hamer (Minister for Local Government) blocks subdivision of Yarra Valley, impact of Vietnam War on nature, endangered bird species, cit planning, penguins, Phillip Island, call by Colin Willman (THC) for trees to cut pollution at Altona refinery and BHP (Westernport), Sweden calls for United Nations conference on global pollution for 1972.

Includes papers relating to talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher etc.

Notes of appointment dates(?) in envelope.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB065
Date range 1968    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings, Loose Notes and Lists
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0065 Box Number 13 Series 2
2-61 Press Cuttings 1968

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on call to conserve Leaghur Forest by Des Thomas (president Victorian Field and Game Council), beach conservation, lyrebirds in Dandenongs threatened, establishment of Little Desert national park, Japan to import woodchips for paper (Daishowa Paper Manufacturing Co. and Harris Holdings Ltd), anti-smog technology, penguins, Asian fishermen could introduce foot-and-mouth, ibis threatened by dam, enforcement of off-shore. fishing grounds, woodchips exports to Japan (Mitsui and Co.), smoking and health, DDT ban, bill to protect Barrier Reef, kangaroo conservation, extinction of Australian species, Japanese rights to fish off-shore, Mr Edmunds (ALP) calls for controls on water pollution, sewage outfall in Port Phillip Bay, Ford says pollution controls would raise price of cars, call for Cabinet-level national council on conservation, prawn trawling, minerals development in Gulf of Carpentaria, public attitudes to nature. conservation.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB066
Date range 1968    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0066 Box Number 13 Series 2
2-62 Still Time to Save Bushland, and Other Press Cuttings 1969

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on bush preservation, drought, car dumping, sharks, wildlife and environment tourism, Port Phillip bay sewage outfall, fishing, pesticides, boating licences, Lake Eildon, bush fires, USA sue car companies over emmissions, ban on foreign boats, kangaroos, Australian Conservation Foundation grant doubled, air pollution, record fish exports, Barrier Reef oil exploration, penguins, Mitta Mitta dam planned, Chowilla dam, BHP steel plant at Westernport, koalas, memorials to Harold Holt, shark attack, beach destruction, cyanide in city sewage, Metal trade unions black ban on sewage project for Port Phillip Bay, duck shooting, ephemera and press releases.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB067
Date range 1969    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0067 Box Number 13 Series 2
2-63 Peru Fires at US Fish Boat, and Other Press Cuttings 1969

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on duck shooting, Port Phillip Bay sewage outfall, River Murray Commission wants Dartmouth dam instead of Chowilla, penguins, beath conservation, kangaroo cull, fisheries legislation, Sir Henry Bolte criticises Metal Trades Federation proposal for black ban on Port Phillip Bay sewage outlet, air pollution, Americans to blast habour at Cape Keraudren (Western Australia) with nuclear weapons, Building Trades Federation to black ban sewage outfall, oil slick in Port Phillip Bay, Sir Henry Bolte joins in duck season opening, call for moratorium on oil exploration in ALP demand Chowilla Dam, Barrier Reef, government moves planned sewage outfall from Port Phillip Bay (Carrum) to Cape Schank, Mr Hamer (Minister for Local Government) says sewage in Port Phillip Bay is a risk, government move on sewage as vote winner, natural history, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on Tower Hill.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB068
Date range 1969    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0068 Box Number 13 Series 2
2-64 Only the Land is Cheap, and Other Press Cuttings 1969

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on kangaroos, Latrobe Valley national park proposal, air pollution, regulating oil drilling on Barrier Reef, rejection of Port Phillip Bay sewage outfall, penguins, forecast of boom in Westernport Bay, water polluiton, expansion of Bass Straight oil rigs, preservation of Norfolk Island, pesticides, Little Desert, Keraudren nuclear excavation plan, Dartmouth quarry, ban on DDT in dairy pastures, crown land available for development in Little Desert, Sir John Barry (Victorian Supreme Court judge) warns against nature. destruction.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB069
Date range 1969    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0069 Box Number 13 Series 2
2-65 Blanket Ban on Quarrying Demanded, and Other Press Cuttings 1969

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on development of Little Desert, protection of Barrier Reef, nuclear tests, fishing, prawning, school nature. studies stopped, effect of mining on nature, seabed exploration, kangaroos, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on wildlife preservation, impact of tourism on environment, air pollution, fish die in Yarra, steam car, Japanese whaling, Merri creek pollution, oil threat to penguins, Wilson's Promontory, Yarra park reserve, car emmisions, American says mine Barrier Reef, Macfarlane Burnet says science no longer force for progress, over-population, DDT high in breast milk, farming uneconomical.

Includes papers relating to talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB070
Date range 1969    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats Diagrams, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0070 Box Number 13 Series 2
2-66 Now You See It - And Now You Don't, and Other Press Cuttings 1969

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on seafood exports, desert conservation, smog research inadequate, restaurant in Royal Botanic Gardens rejected, air pollution kills hundreds in Australia, pollution of Weribbee river, artificial islands planned for Port Phillip Bay, Russian fishing prawns in Gulf of Carpentaria, nature. conservation, call for national effort on pollution, DDT, drought, land degradation, BHP and John Lysaght Ltd to build steelworks in Westernport Bay, Bass Straight oil begins pumping, Mr Hamer on preservation of Westernport environment, Australian Academy of Science report calls for more. national parks and funding, kangaroo farming, Barrier Reef conservation, Eastern Freeway to destroy most important bird reserve in metropolitan region, bad smog day, development at Wilsons Promontory, development of Little Desert, regulation of prawning in Gulf of Carpentaria needed to save prawn population, call for underwater electric fence to protect Barrier Reef from crown of thorns starfish.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB071
Date range 1969    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0071 Box Number 13 Series 2
2-67 Government Acts to Save Geese, and Other Press Cuttings 1969

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on prawning regulations, pollution controls for BHP development in Westernport, nature. conservation, Australian Fisheries Council to get funds for research, banning car in the city, DDT, Crown of Thorns starfish, development of Little Desert, US army dumping of chemical and conventional weapons (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Board of Works blamed for water pollution, koalas, Shell Geelong refinery dumps oil in Corio bay, contimination of Barwon River, Senate Select Committee investigates water pollution, Corio bay pollution cuts fish catch, oil drilling on Barrier Reef, insecticide spill in Rhine river, Norfolk island (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), R.O.Slatyer (professor of population biology, ANU) says pollution and population growth threatens humanity with extinction, litter, super-tankers, scallop fisheries crash, Mr Fraser (Federal Minister Education & Science) opposes development of Little Desert, state Fisheries and Wildlife conference chaired by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Includes papers regarding talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB072
Date range 1969    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0072 Box Number 14 Series 2
2-68 People Fight On to Save Foreshore, and Other Press Cuttings 1969

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on protests to Sir William McDonald (Minister for Lands) over Little Desert development, steam vehicles to cut pollution, gun control, Barrier Reef, wildlife conservation, national coordination of conservation, Mr Holding (Opposition Leader) calls Sir William McDonald "vandal of the year", national parks, Cardinia dam, water shortages major problem for future. says D.Winston (professor Town and Country Planning, Sydney University), Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on Port Phillip Bay pollution, Australia's bad international reputation on conservation, Little desert an electoral issue, need for more. research on conservation, kangaroo shooting, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher to swim at Sandringham to prove water clean, Sir Paul Hasluck (Governor-General) at ANZAAS says development has caused a "filthy mess", Japanese fishing ship captured in Australian waters, kangaroos to be counted, land degradation, humanity as global environmental threat, water pollution costs industry $40 million, fishing, cities as menace, air pollution.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB073
Date range 1969    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0073 Box Number 14 Series 2
2-69 Green Slime Fouls Beach, and Other Press Cuttings 1969

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on opposition to sewage outfall at Altona, fishing, kangaroo slaughter, punlic meeting on Little Desert, more. research on Barrier Reef, Mr Gorton (PM) opposes oil exploration on Barrier Reef, natural history, Dr D.F.Martyn (Australian Academy of Science president) calls for population control, land clearing begins in Little Desert, new laws on water pollution, Mr Hamer (Local Government Minister) plans park in Yarra Valley, factories break Clean Air Act without prosecution, protection of Aboriginies, air pollution ruining buildings, Royal Botanic Gardens development stopped, Sir Henry Bolte announces reserve in Little Desert, notice for Australian Conservation Foundation and Royal Society of Victoria symposium on pollution.

Includes some Australian Conservation Foundation material.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB074
Date range 1969    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0074 Box Number 14 Series 2
2-70 Mother Watches While Rare Chick is Photographed, and Other Press Cuttings 1969

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on natural history, Federal Senate committee calls for urgent national action on air pollution, smog, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on need for new game reserves, Mr Whitlam (Federal Opposition Leader) criticises government on science and conservation, kangaroo killing, Dr Stephen Boyden says education omits bad sides to science and technology, Mr Whitlam calls Bolte a "vandal" on Little Desert, Professor Frank Fenner (director John Curtain School of Medical Research) call for population control, oil exploration on Barrier Reef, Sir Macfarlane Burnet calls for world population control, scallop industry to take years to recover, national parks, Little Desert ends at property of Borther in law of sir William McDonald (Minister for Lands), Navy causes oil spill in Port Phillip Bay, Mr Hamer (Minisert for local Government) attacks property developers, pesticide poisonings.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB075
Date range 1969    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0075 Box Number 14 Series 2
2-71 Press Cuttings 1969

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Port Phillip Bay scallop fishermen flout law, parliamentary committees investigage Little Desert development, Mr Whitlam promises Little Desert sanctuary and halt oil drilling on Barrier Reef, Canada bans seal slaughter, Professor L.C.Birch (Sydney University) says limits to population growth will be reached soon, natural history, kangaroo cull controversy, US bans artificial sweetener (cyclamate), Mr Gorton (PM) may stop oil drilling on Barrier Reef, advisor to President Nixon warns NATO that humanity may not survive beyond 1980, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher agrees with US report that pesticides major threat to humanity, Victorian National Parks Association attacks Sir William McDonald on Little Desert, Conservation Council of Victoria to be formed in opposition to Little Desert development, DDT, state increases area of parks, shift from DDT to fenthion in Victoria, Australian Conservation Foundation calls for alpine national park, legislation on oil tanker pollution, Mr Hamer calls for more. parks, fishing regulations, crown of thorns starfish, literacy push in India (reported in The Sunday Standard Bombay and marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Australia: Wet or Dry? by Dr Bruce Davidson argues that irrigation no good for Australia, destruction of Sandringham tea-tree, Aluminium Corporation of America (Alcoa) says it will cut pollution at Port Henry, progress threat to environment and humanity, outdoor advertising code, US scientists show that Vietnam war defoliants 2,4,5-T and 2,4-D cause birth defects.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB076
Date range 1969    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0076 Box Number 14 Series 2
2-72 Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Professor Gustave nossal and others call for alternative measures of prosperity (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), President Nixon says he will act on pollution, threat to Westernport by industry, air pollution legislation, Union bans on oil drilling on Barrier Reef, Council of Europe project to combat pollution, Judith Wright (poet, Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland president), calls on Mr Gorton (PM) and Mr Bjelke-Peterson (Queensland Premier) to preserve wildlife and counter pollution, Ampol says oil drilling no threat to Barrier Reef, oil spills around world, natural history, Professor Paul Erlich (Stanford) on "eco-catastrophe", Bjelke-Peterson (Queensland Premier) reject inquiry into Barrier Reef oil drilling, Mr Gorton (PM) announces Institute of Marine Science at Townsville, regulation of Port Phillip Bay scallop fleet, claims that nuclear fallout caused infant deaths in UK and US.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB077
Date range 1970    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0077 Box Number 14 Series 2
2-73 Press Cuttings 1969-1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on inquiry into drillin on Barrier Reef, quarrying at Arthur's Seat, farmers' mining rights, air pollution, DDT bans, Ronald Reagan (California Governor) on environment, Nixon's budget will increase spending on environment etc (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), nuclear power for Australia, Wimmera tribe Aboriginals claim Little Desert, US continues to use 2,4,5-T in Vietnam war, President Nixon on pollution, Professor Frank Fenner calls for Australia to limit population, crown of thorns starfish, steam car, lead petrol Prince Philip says Europe faces pollution crisis, oil spills internationally, duck season, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on damage done to wildlife by European carp, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's curriculum vitae dated September 1969.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB078
Date range 1969 - 1970    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings and CV
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0078 Box Number 14 Series 2
2-74 The Slaughter of 'Roos Continues, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Nixon plan for environment, Chowilla dam, oil spills, pesticide controls, Japex to halt drilling on Barrier Reef, pollution as a political issue, pollution kills fish in Goulburn river, gun control, Mr Sato (Japan PM) calls for less pollution (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Bill to allow John Lysaght Ltd to build steel plant on Westernport Bay, Rhine Europe's drain, gaming, furriers, Nixon hints at population control in US, pollution of Stony creek (Footscray), Japanese woodchip importers refuse to raise prices, oil slick on Yarra, deaths at duck season, car pollution, Port Phillip Bay oil pipeline rejected, wilderness, DDT, defoliants in Vietnam war, Ampol tanker oil spill in Torres Strait, kangaroo butchery, Sir Mark Oliphant calls for world population control, solar power, natural history, pollution issue in Russia.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB079
Date range 1970    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0079 Box Number 15 Series 2
2-75 Bounty-Hunting on the Reef, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Yarra river pollution, crown of thorns starfish, ecology, state pollution bill, U Thant (UN Secretary-General) calls for world effort on pollution, Arthur Seat quarrying, Little Desert, oil slick in Gulf of Mexico, soil pollution, kangaroo slaughter, deformaties in Vietnam caused by defoliants (2,4-D & 2,4,5-T), fines for river pollution, Mr.D.J.McGarry (Australian Petroleum Exploration Association) attacks conservationists, advertisements by Shell about their efforts to cut pollution, Mr Hamer (Minister for Local Government) says pollution issue for the 1970s, over-population and over-consumption, Melbourne smog, anti-pollution politics, Gerald Durrell (writer) on nature. conservation, Canadian seal hunt, Esso-BHP Bass Strait oil produced.

Includes invitations etc for talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher and other ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB080
Date range 1970    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0080 Box Number 15 Series 2
2-76 Tip-side Meeting Pinpoints Pollution, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Matt Harris (Footscray councillor) call for clean-up of Maribyrnong River and Stony Creek, Mr Rossiter (Minister for Labor and Industry) opposed to Port Phillip Bay oil pipeline, commonwealth seabed survey, pollution commision for Victoria, Mr Colin Willman (THC) says existing laws could curb pollution, Canada seal hunt, Esso-BHP pipeline spills oil in Westernport Bay, Albert Park lake development, The Environmental Revolution by Max Nicholson, Dr S.Boyden (John Curtain School of Medical Research) says environment greater threat than war, Australian's shoot at Kuwaiti prawn trawler, Yarra Valley land development, controversy over dredging at Second Reedy Lake includes Alfred Dunbavin Butcher, Goulburn River pollution, Earth Day, Dow Chemical plan plant at Altona, Shell advertisement about lowering pollution from petrol, ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB081
Date range 1970    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0081 Box Number 15 Series 2
2-77 Three Men in the Middle, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on crown of thorns starfish, bird shooting, Captain James Cook National Park, Elwood canal pollution, kangaroos, Earth Day, Westernport Bay development, Dr Stephen Boyden (ANU) on pollution, freeways, BP accused of dicharging oil into Port Phillip Bay, Barrier Reef conservation, incinerator pollution, Darebin Creek pollution, Professor William Stapp (Michigan) on environment, Dr B.R.Davidson (Sydney University) says polluters should pay, oil slick at Williamstown, call for world environment institute, ban on quarrying Arthur's Seat, Judith Wright on environment, mining of mineral sands on beaches, prawning, Dartmouth dam, rubbish.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB082
Date range 1970    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0082 Box Number 15 Series 2
2-78 Labor Will Revise M.A.T.S. Plan, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers Harold Wilson (British PM) and President Johnson on social and environmental problems, D.J. McGarry (chairman Australian Petroleum Exploration Association) on conservation hysteria, nuclear testing fatalities, joint Federal and Queensland government inquiry on Barrier Reef mining, Arthur's Seat quarrying unlawful, Rev. John K. Williams on nature. and religion, farmers fight miners on royalties and compensation, excess packaging, Professor Howard Thurman (theology, Howard University Washington) on environmental destruction and social disturbance, The Environmental Revolution by Max Nicholson, Clide Holding (State Opposition leader) on election, Judith Wright (writer, president Save the Reef Committee) says Barrier Reef inquiry "eyewash", DDT bans, Governor Ronald Reagan as environmental radical, US budget, Liberals to build nuclear power station at Jervis Bay (NSW), Professor R.R. Andrew on health dangers of endemic pollution, David Anderson (Wimmera Aboriginal tribes) wants Little Desert as national park with tribes having access, 2,4,5-T ban in US, Dr Robert Endean (zoology, Queensland Univeristy) on crown of thorns starfish, President Nixon sets environment priority for government, traffic pollution, Ted Pritchard invents steam car, lead in petrol, Prince Philip dire. warnings at first "European Conservation Conference", Professor Frank Fenner on over population, oil spill, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on carp eradication.

Includes curriculum vitae for Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB083
Date range 1970    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings and CV
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0083 Box Number 15 Series 2
2-79 Tasmania Gets More Wood Chips, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Colin Willman (THC) calls for 'citizens army' to catch polluters, John D Rockefeller the fourth attacks General Motors and Standard Oil, nature. conservation, U Thant (UN Secretary-General) on world effort against pollution, Yarra Valley committee apointed by Mr Hamer (Local Government Minister), Wallaby hunt, Yarra River pollution, pollution as electoral issue, Mr D.J.Evane (Washington Governor) says campus protest will continue after Vietnam because of frustration with deteriorating social and natural environment (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Sunshine Council to sue Lead Products PL. wilderness, fishing, natural history, President Nixon to tax lead petrol, Aluminium Corporation of America (Alcoa) advertisements on their pollution control efforts and concern for Australia, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on conservation, wharfie charged with pollution for throwing one soft drink can into Yarra River, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on control of carp, quality of life, penguins, crown of thorns starfish, Mr R.D. Piesse (Australian Conservation Foundation Director) calls for drastic measures to prevent pollution, asbestos, Mobil oil spill in Yarra.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB084
Date range 1970    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0084 Box Number 15 Series 2
2-80 Where Do They Go From Here? We'll Never Be the Same, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on crown of thorns starfish, natural history, Albert Park development, US to build high level nuclear waste in salt mine, Esso on efforts to limit environmental impact of surveying, Edwardes Lake pollution, Sweden's environmental policies, Mr Whitlam (federal opposition leader) calls for strong measures on pollution, Save the Dandenongs League, DDT, litter, Melbourne smog, Professor Birch (Sydney Univeristy) says West over-consumes and must move economy away from growth, Dr H.C.Coombs (Council for Aboriginal Affairs Chairman) says Aboriginies were. first conservationists, Sir Macfarlane Burnet warns of climate change, call for national anti-pollution fight.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB085
Date range 1970    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0085 Box Number 15 Series 2
2-81 $22,320 for Wildlife, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on pollution, documentary on Westernport Bay pollution, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on Westerport Bay pollution, report on lead free petrol for Victoria, beach conservation, union ban on Port Phillip Bay gas pipeline, Conservation Council of Victoria formed, angling, pesticide dangers, Lambs Flat Creek (Hunter Valley) pollution, questioning progress, natural history, Sir Roy Burman Grounds (architect) on pollution (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), cruelty to animals, Yarra River pollution, kangaroo killing, Stony Creek pollution, Mobil advertisement about petrol additive to reduce pollution, airlines make jet engines smokeless, super-tankers, reform of pollution laws, ecology, crown of thorns starfish, Professor Martyn Webb (University of Western Australia) on conservation as a new way of living, environmental education, Esso advertisement on impact of oil platforms, Robin Boyd (architect) on "the Great Australian Ugliness", Alcoa adverstisement on pollution reduction, Sir Phillip Baxter (Australian Atomic Energy Commission chairman) says nuclear energy needed to reduce pollution; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB086
Date range 1970    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0086 Box Number 16 Series 2
2-82 Everybody Should Help Keep Our Oceans Unpolluted, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Great Barrier Reef Royal Commission, pesticide dangers, radical legislation of Dunstan Labor government (South Australia) (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), natural history, Cardinia Dam, gun control, DDT in human milk, foreign trawler poaching fish, danger smog hits Tokyo, crocodiles endangered, Tower Hill, furs as cruelty to animals, throw-away civilisation, Esso-BHP advertisement on impact of Bass Strait pipelines, smog danger in New York, ecology, union walkout over air pollution levels at Yarraville, US to dump nerve gas rockets in ocean, unions organise anti-pollution committees, Japanese workers to strike over air pollution, Alcoa adverstisement on pollution controls, Esso advertisement on impact of oil exploration, US Council on Environmental Quality calls for taxes to cut pollution, Colin Willman (THC) on pollution.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB087
Date range 1970    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0087 Box Number 16 Series 2
2-83 Passing The Buck On Bottles, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on US nerve gas dumping, smog, Dandenongs, US ban on food sweetner cyclamate, wilderness, Sir Macfarlane Burnet says pollution threat to survival, pesticides, gun control, natural history, US DDT bans, Judith Wright, kangaroo killing, affect of oil slicks on penguins, endangered species, Yarra River pollution.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB088
Date range 1970    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0088 Box Number 16 Series 2
2-84 Westernport - We Can Save Environment - says Expert, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on bird smuggling, litter, Mr Peacock (Federal Army Minister) calls for federal laws on pollution, national parks, quality of life, Colin Willman (THC) on pollution, kangaroo killing, jets could cause ice age, gun control, carp, Little Beach Sandringham, Mr Hamer on Mornington Peninsula, Country Party on weakness of pollution control authories (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), crown of thorns starfish, environmental politics (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), UK sets up Department of the Environment (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Dandegongs, freeways in Yarra Valley, Sir Garfield Barwick drops presidency of Australian Conservation Foundation, water pollution, Dr Norman Borlaug (Nobel Peace Prize winner) says new crops no solution to limits to growth, Comalco Ltd plant for French Island, oil spill off UK.

Includes Minutes of Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales meeting with talk by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB089
Date range 1970    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Minutes and Agendas and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0089 Box Number 16 Series 2
2-85 Big Oil Threat to Beaches as Oil Tanks Collide, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on oil spill off UK, state bills including one to establish pollution control authority (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Westernport Bay oil slick, Mr Gorton (PM) proposes federal Office for the Environment, manufacturers say car pollution can be cut 97%, smog, Latrobe Valley workers walk off because of air pollution, decline of Gippsland fisheries, Phillip Island tourist toll, Hastings Shire. stops oil refinery, Dr H.C.Coombs calls mining boom and growth economics "betrayal", scallops, carp, Kerang reserves, natural history, furs.

Includes a letter from Save the Kangaroo Committee (Mrs Eve Fesl).

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB090
Date range 1970    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0090 Box Number 16 Series 2
2-86 Japan Opens It's War On Pollution, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on population growth, shellfish poisoning, penguin, Yarra River pollution, Bass Strait oil slick, supersonic planes, Westerport Bay, koalas, ibis threatened, oil slick at St.Kilda, mercury in US tuna, noise pollution, pollution revolution (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), blue whale endangered, electric cars, destruction of envrironment by US defoliants in Vietnam War, Mr Bryant (Labor MHR) calls generation vandals at rally against Westernport oil refinery development, US expert calls Vietnam defoliation a war crime, fishing; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB091
Date range 1970    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, Minutes and Agendas and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0091 Box Number 16 Series 2
2-87 Conservation is Vital But We Must Not Halt Growth, and Other Press Cuttings 1971

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on South African oil spill, Gippsland Lakes fouling, natural history, penguins, Victorian parks expansion Concorde's environmental impact, koalas, Melbourne smog, warning on ocean radioactive pollution, campus ecology activism, mercury in Botany Bay oysters, Phillip Island trees felled, Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, Canadian seal hunt, kangaroo kill, Professor R.I.Downing (Melbourne University) on importance of economic growth, Sir Garfield Barwick (Australian Conservation Foundation president) calls for brakes on production and consumption growth, quality of life, Prince Philip on conservation, US abandons supersonic jet, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on endangered species, litter, crown of thorns starfish.

Includes a letter from Western Victorian Conservation Committee and letter and newsletter on Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's address to Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB092
Date range 1971    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats Minutes and Agendas and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0092 Box Number 17 Series 2
2-88 We Will Build Patrol Ships, and Other Press Cuttings 1971

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Melbourne smog, limits to growth, animal smuggling, prawning, Sir Macfarlane Burnet on population control, urban sprawl, Murrray Valley salination, reform of Fisheries Act, protection of wedge tailed eagles, oil spill of Scotland, world population crisis, grasshopper plague in NSW, Kerang park, Sir Otto Frankel says green revolution benefits exaggerated, Sir Phillip Baxter (Australian Atomic Energy Commission chairman) says radicals taken over pollution debate and politicised it, Mornington Peninsula, mining industry cleans up image, Sir Maurice Mawby (executive Australian Conservation Foundation, Conzinc Riotinto Australia chairman) arttacks Coombs and Barwick over slow-growth comments and calls for national policy for resource management, environment backlash, smog crisis in US, Neil Douglas on bush clearing around Melbourne, mining of Coolong Caves by Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers, oil pipeline around Port Phillip Bay.

Includes papers relating to talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB093
Date range 1971    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Loose Notes
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0093 Box Number 17 Series 2
2-89 Sandstorm Over Fraser Island, and Other Press Cuttings 1971

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on mining of Fraser Island, Coolong Caves, crown of thorns, ecology, kangaroo killing, state policy on Dandenongs, fake furs, Mentone cliffs, jobs and the environment, oil slick in SA, Professor J.P. Belshaw (University of New England) says environmentalism is is messianic and calls for higher economic growth, Murray salination, petition against commercial fishing in Port Phillip Bay, fire. on Bass Strait oil rig, Sir Macfarlane Burnet and Sir Marcus Oliphant etc call for ecological planning for Australia in petition, J.Pinter (Associated Minerals Consolidated managing director) says conservationists are burden on society.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB094
Date range 1971    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0094 Box Number 17 Series 2
2-90 Danger Lurks in Mothers' Milk, and Other Press Cuttings 1971

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on DDT in breastmilk, Trades Hall Council opposes Port Phillip Bay gas pipeline, state bill to fine oil spill companies $12 million, Dr Geoff Mosley on Lake Pedder, Walkabout fiml by Nicholas Roeg, mercury pollution, kangaroo slaughter, DDT, ecology, Professor Gustave nossal defends science, natural history, insecticides, oil slick in Corio Bay, whaling over in US, two page advertisement in Australian Financial Review from Conzinc Riotinto Australia.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB095
Date range 1971    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0095 Box Number 17 Series 2
2-91 Best Legislation in the World, and Other Press Cuttings 1971

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Alfred Dunbavin Butcher praise for state Environmental Protection Act, litter, land degradation, Fraser Island, kangaroo farming, Dartmouth Dam, climate change, fishing, conflict between Australian Conservation Foundation and mining industry, global environmental crisis, ocean pollution, radioactive rainwater in South Australia after French nuclear testing, expansion of industry at Hastings, development of Mornington Peninsula.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB096
Date range 1971    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0096 Box Number 17 Series 2
2-92 Phosphates in Detergents, and Other Press Cuttings 1971

Contains (mostly) loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Westernport Bay, beach conservation, urban plans for Melbourne, natural history, kangaroo killing, several articles by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher, carp eradication, angling, small kangaroo species endangered, state grants John Lysaght Ltd rate concession for Westernport steelworks, Little Desert, koalas, crayfish, NT uranium mine pollution concern, articles by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher of pollution and wildlife, penguins, mutton bird colonies destroyed in Phillip Island development, AAAS scientists criticise US use of super-bombs in Indo-China.

Includes a letter to Alfred Dunbavin Butcher from under secretary, christmas cards.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB097
Date range 1971    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0097 Box Number 17 Series 2
2-93 Roos Attack Tourists - Claim, and Other Press Cuttings 1971

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Melbourne smog, kangaroos, J.G.Mosley on Mt William (Tas), Murray clean up, Clutha coal project, Esso-BHP build artificial reef under Port Phillip Bay for fish, Westernport development, US expert criticises plans for Melbourne freeways, conservation ethics and philosophy, oil pipeline, Dandenongs, dangers of uranium mining, miners attack conservationists, gun licences, oil industry tries to stop stronger pollution laws,Australian Conservation Foundation calls for new mining laws.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB098
Date range 1971    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0098 Box Number 17 Series 2
2-94 Barwick Calls for Clutha Inquiry, and Other Press Cuttings 1971

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Sir Garfield Barwick (Australian Conservation Foundation president) call for inquiry into Clutha coal development, uranium mine for NT, Yarra pollution, ecology electoral issue, Cabinet approves strict controls of Yarra valley, natural history, gun control, fishing, US controversy over nuclear power, population, freeway controversy, locust plague in New South Wales and Victoria.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB099
Date range 1971    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0099 Box Number 17 Series 2
2-95 Ships Use 'The Coast As Tip', and Other Press Cuttings 1971

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on car pollution, sea pollution, garbage, Tokyo smog crisis, kangaroo killing, crown of thorns starfish, Simpson Desert, abalone poachers, cleaning Yarra River, Little Desert management, pesticides, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher cautions against use of lindane to combat locust plague, government directs public service to iput public transport before. freeway expansion, natural history, Sir Macfarlane Burnet calls for Australian population plan, gun control, freeway for Yarra Valley, BHP expansion includes money for pollution control (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Robert McNamara (World Bank president) warns of population explosion, mutton birds, Sir Garfield Barwick defends his presidency of Australian Conservation Foundation, Prince Philip takes over presidency of Australian Conservation Foundation.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB100
Date range 1971    Quantity 1.5 cm, 2 files
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0100 Box Number 18 Series 2
2-96 Squatters' Shacks Mar River, and Other Press Cuttings 1971

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on bird protection, air pollution, pesticides, locusts, BHP to recycle steel cans, Westernport Bay development, Yarra Creek reserve erosion, pollution fines, animal extinction, kangaroos, Wilsons Promontory, French Island pollution, Simpson Desert for sale, beach pollution, Port Phillip Bay protection, oil spill in Botany Bay, trail bikes threaten bush, Westernport study, squid fishing, US to test nuclear weapon under island, jobs versus environment, oil spills, Clutha mining stopped, Barrier Reef, fishing, koalas, sand mining, Yarra Valley, Japanese woodchipping, Warrnambool game reserve, inquiry into freeways.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB101
Date range 1971    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0101 Box Number 18 Series 2
2-97 Press Cuttings January 1972

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Mt Buffalo development, fish exports rise, editorial on 1972 marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on need for commonwealth department of environment or strong state action, duck hunting, pollution licences issued by EPA, Mr Colin Willman (THC) calls for decisive action from government on environment, gun control, oil spills, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher and others on conservation, prawning, Westernport Bay, United Nations Conference on the Human Environment (the Stockholm Conference), Neil Douglas and others to establish private national park on Yarra, protests against development of Westernport Bay, scallop catch limits, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on Lakes Entrance scallop industry, global environmental threats, scientists "appeal for sanity" on overpopulation and pollution, toxic waste drums wash onto UK beaches, Sir Mark Oliphant on conservation.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB102
Date range 1972    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0102 Box Number 18 Series 2
2-98 Press Cuttings February 1972

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Tower Hill natural history centre. opens, sea pollution, Werribee discharge, household detrgents, Sir Garfield Barwick (Australian Conservation Foundation vice-president) warns of global disaster, Yarra River pollution, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher opens new lab at Geelong College, pesticides, gaming, fishing, Clutha coal development project, Aboriginal land rights, plans to flood Lake Pedder, bird smuggling, Westernport Bay, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on bay pollution studys, kangaroos, new parks, oil slick in Botany Bay; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB103
Date range 1972    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0103 Box Number 18 Series 2
2-99 Press Cuttings March 1972

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on ethane gas pipeline to be built across Port Phillip bay for Esso-BHP, petroleum industry plans for bad spills,oil slick 16 miles out of Barwon Heads, Barrier Reef, Lake Pedder, Western port development, asenic spills in Goulburn river, abalone fishing, proposal to establish national park in Northern Territory, crown of thorns,gaming, gun control, proposal to build uranium enrichment plant, Otway ranges reserve, locusts, sea pollution, Yarra river, sustainable development, Sir Mac Farlane Burnet, biologist, says solar power only safe and inexhaustible source of power,kangaroos, 18 people poisoned by crop spray,Dandenong quarries.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB104
Date range 1972    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0104 Box Number 18 Series 2
2-100 Press Cuttings April-May 1972

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on world fisheries endangered, Australian Conservation Foundation call for conservation in NT, Lake Pedder, air pollution, nuclear power, gun control, states want federal aid for pollution, warnings on dieldrin for ant control, PM McMahon establishes Australian Environment Council, Sir Garfield Barwick opposes Lake Pedder flooding, DDT, Kororoit Creek pollution, R.D.Piesse (Australian Conservation Foundation director) calls for greater commonwealth role in conservation, United Tasmania Group (political party) formed in Tasmania to oppose flooding of Lake Pedder, Concorde, Sir Philip Baxter (Australian Atomic Energy Commission chairman) warns of impending apocalypse and calls for nuclear and biological weapons to defend "lifeboat" Australia, Port Phillip Bay dredging destroys abalone beds.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB105
Date range 1972    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0105 Box Number 18 Series 2
2-101 Ecology Blooms as a Political Issue, and Other Press Cuttings May-July 1972

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Stockholm Conference (UNCHE), global environmental issues, US condemned for eco-cide in Vietnam war, mercury in Yarra River, DDT, natural history, beach protection, oil spills, Australian smog, fish, Esso oil slick at Spotswood, Westernport Bay, kookaburra endangered, union ban on Port Phillip Bay gas pipeline, urban growth, bird reserve at Dowds Morass (Sale), Mitchell river dam, world pressure. on France over nuclear tests, Barrier Reef, R.D.Piesse (Australian Conservation Foundation director) calls for tax incentives for land conservation, litter.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB106
Date range 1972    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0106 Box Number 18 Series 2
2-102 Stockholm Trip May-July 1972, and Other Press Cuttings 1972

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on protests and union bans on BHP/Esso over Port Phillip Bay pipeline, fishermen want federal fishing ministry, urban planning, Esso oil spill on Stony Creek, "Banana Republic Day" campaign against Esso as foreign power, Mornington Peninsula development, beach conservation, Lake Pedder, crown of thorns, Papua New Guinea, Stockholm Conference, Cold War, French nuclear testing; letters with attachments from EPA, Australian Tousist Commission, Kerang ibis rookery, Portland development.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB107
Date range 1972    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0107 Box Number 19 Series 2
2-103 Press Cuttings May-July 1972

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on record tuna catch, The Limits to Growth by Donella H.Meadows et.al., fishing, whaling, Ralph Nader on kangaroo extinction, natural history, kookaburra endangered, Grampians mining, Arthur's Seat quarrying, Mitchell River dam, air pollution, DDT, Sir Macfarlane Burnet against nuclear power, mercury in Yarra River, environmental education, global environment crisis, off shore, mineral rights.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB108
Date range 1972    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0108 Box Number 19 Series 2
2-104 Press Cuttings July-August 1972

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on off shore. mineral rights, dieldrin dangerous, kangaroo killing, EPA plan to clean up Port Phillip Bay, mercury in flake, Sir Macfarlane Burnet calls for switch from nuclear to solar energy, urban planning, WA EPA recommends against Pacminex alumina refinery, reserve at Tragowel Swamp ibis rookery, gun control, crown of thorns starfish, cities electoral issue, Westernport Bay developmnet, natural history, Phillip Island, Hazel Henderson (Council of Economic Priorities, New York), beach pollution, Fourth International Conference on Human Relations (Melbourne), Monsanto Ltd pollutes Melbourne groundwater, US jets kill Chinese in lifeboat near North Vietnam, lyrebirds, conflicts in Australian Conservation Foundation, mercury in flake, Conservation Ministry set up by Premier Hamer, Mervyn Everett (Deputy Premier, Tasmania) resigns over Laker Pedder, Australia petitions United Nations for ban on nuclear tests in ocean, gun control, health ban on flake, daily smog reports for Melbourne, state EPA.

Includes papers relating to talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB109
Date range 1972    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0109 Box Number 19 Series 2
2-105 Press Cuttings August-November 1972

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on environment institute for Melbourne University promised by Premier Hamer, union bans on Newport power station, River Plenty clean-up, oil slick in Westernport, Judith Wright resigns from Australian Conservation Foundation council, Lake Pedder, corwn of thorns, Westernport Bay planning, phenol in ground water, wombat endangered, HCB (hexachlorobenzene) fungicide danger, goal sentances for oil spills, John Blanch (ex-Shell Oil) new director of Australian Conservation Foundation, Dandenongs, Ampol tanker aground in Westernport Bay, DDT in food, natural history, fish poaching, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher's legal existance questioned in trout case, endangered species, natural history, seabed mineral and oil resources law controversy, Sir Garfield Barwick on Australian Conservation Foundation, ecology, EPA.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB110
Date range 1972    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0110 Box Number 19 Series 2
2-106 Press Cuttings September-October 1972

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on mercury in flake, Yarra River pollution, fishing, natural history, Peninsula Conservation League against quarrying Arthur's Seat, forestry, gun control, Port Phillip Bay pollution, EPA funding, Westernport Bay development, sewage pollution.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB111
Date range 1972    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0111 Box Number 19 Series 2
2-107 Press Cuttings 1972-1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on flake, Lake Pedder, EPA, Port Phillip Bay gas pipeline, oil and penguins, beach fees, urban planning, natural history, drought, study of mercury in people, car pollution, Melbourne, photochemical smog, advertisment by Mount Isa Mines Holdings (MIM) on environmental impact of mining, Gove alumina plant (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Tom Uren to be Federal MInister for Urban Affairs and the Environment, advertisement by Mt.Newman Mining Co. on environmental impacts, DDT.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB112
Date range 1972 - 1973, Mostly December 1972    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0112 Box Number 19 Series 2
2-108 Press Cuttings 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on conservation political issue, Richard Perry The Unknown Ocean marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher, water restrictions, air pollution.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB113
Date range 1973    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0113 Box Number 19 Series 2
2-109 Press Cuttings June-July 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on litter, whaling ban, natural history, call for Fisheries Minister, Pilbara oil refinery, wildlife conservation, population growth, fisheries exploitation, Lake Pedder, Black Mountain tower, Australian Conservation Foundation funding may be cut by Dr Moss Cass (Federal Minister for the Environment), Lake Pedder inquiry set up by Moss Cass recomends moratorium.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB114
Date range 1973    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0114 Box Number 19 Series 2
2-110 Press Cuttings January 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on kangaroo shooting, tourism and the environment, bird conservation, animal extinction, DDT in breastmilk, oil slick in Westernport Bay, fishing, penguins, drought, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher at exhibition, Dr Moss Cass (Minister for the Environment) calls for Lake Peder inquiry, gun control, Mornington Peninsula, koalas, dieldrin, Yarra River clean-up, scallops; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB115
Date range 1973    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0115 Box Number 20 Series 2
2-111 Press Cuttings February 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Alfred Dunbavin Butcher meets Prince Bernhard, crown of thorns, DDT phase out, environment groups, duck season, drought, penguins, Professor Frank Fenner (ANU) calls for natural resource inventory, Lake Pedder, Mount Buffalo development, koalas, kangaroo killing, BHP admits recycling a public relations lie, Westernport Bay development and national parks, Dr Cass proposes ban on exports from polluter states, sand miners to sue government, car pollution controls, over-population, Arthur's Seat quarry, Federal government woodchip licences (Dr Cass), water recycling.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB116
Date range 1973    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0116 Box Number 20 Series 2
2-112 Pollution Curb - Public to Pay, and Other Press Cuttings 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Arthur's Seat quarry, Prince Philip on environment, koalas, forest tree fungus, population growth, kangaroos, fishing, waste disposal, tourist environment tax, gaming, Westernport Bay subdivision, Dr Cass to tie state grants to environmental protection, Ampol Lucas Heights refinery ban.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB117
Date range 1973    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0117 Box Number 20 Series 2
2-113 Press Cuttings March 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Deep Creek pollution, mining executives attack environmental laws, Arthur's Seat quarry, radioactive waste pollution, Lake Pedder, Newport power station inquiry, Yarra Freeway opposed, Kwinana industrial complex pollutes Perth, CSIRO restructured to include environment and land use, air pollution, Prince Philip says laws hinder conservation, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on fake reefs on Port Phillip Bay.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB118
Date range 1973    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0118 Box Number 20 Series 2
2-114 Press Cuttings April 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Federal government subsidy for Dandenongs park, Federal coast guard, urban sprawl (Sir John Overall), Newport power station, Portsea marine park, fishing, air pollution, Federal government to introduce energy budget, crown of thorns, BP on oil spills, population growth, Thompson Dam, Lake Pedder, bird protection, international laws on oil dumping, National Estate inquiry, polar environment threatened by pollution, Yarra Brae dam protest, Eastern Freeway protest, wildlife shooting, foreign fish poaching, logging, pesticides, Lobster fishing, Blue Mountains conservation, Melbourne University pollution study, Federal government grants to Australian Conservation Foundation, industrial waste contaminates Port Phillip Bay shellfish, Hepatitis beach scare.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB119
Date range 1973    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0119 Box Number 20 Series 2
2-115 Press Cuttings May-June 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Mr Reece (Tas premier) pulls out of Lake Pedder inquiry, Cooloola sand mining union bans, freeways, BHP recycling controversy, Vietnam War defoliation, Darebin Creek, bird protection, Federal government control over continental shelf, proposal for Federal Marine Environment Protection Act, Ampol refinery, prawn fishing, Black Mountain communications tower, conservation backlash, Dr Cass calls for endangered species legislation, resident action groups, solar power, Dr Cass calls for National Bureau of Environment Studies, whaling, polluters ignore. environment protection act, gun control, crown of thorns, softwood plantations, Lake Pedder, United Nations Environment Programme.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB120
Date range 1973    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0120 Box Number 20 Series 2
2-116 Press Cuttings July 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on kangaroo killing, Yarra dam, Sir Garfield Barwick, Lake Pedder, Federal proposal that polluters pay, Aboriginal land rights (NT), rural development, Orb River (WA) DDT pollution, foresters hit conservationists, Alaska oil pipeline, Westernport development, Dr Cass says Australian Conservation Foundation conservative, Federal Minister for Transport proposes car limits one per family, population growth, Bid Desert protection.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB121
Date range 1973    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0121 Box Number 20 Series 2
2-117 Press Cuttings 1973-1974

Contains loose press cuttings on BHP can recycling hoax, fishing.

Includes conference programmes, get well cards and unfiled or separated material, get well cards and other ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB122
Date range 1973 - 1974    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0122 Box Number 20 Series 2
2-118 Press Cuttings August-September 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on kangaroo killing, US petrol crisis, off-road vehicles, Sir Macfarlane Bernet on solar power, population growth, Yarra Brae Action Committee, Lake Pedder, battle at Australian Conservation Foundation elections (Ian Campbell, Dr D.F. Dorward, Dr Ian Baily, Dr R.G. Downes), Federal loan for nature. reserves, Black Mountain protest, EPA Newport approval, Tasmanian oyster contamination, penguins, air pollution, Port Phillip Bay pollution, fishing industry crisis, Japan moves polluting industries off-shore, Federal government offers finance for Lake Pedder alternative, Harris-Daishowa woodchip mill kills fish (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Sir Otto Frankel hits at green revolution crops, species extinctions, WA woodchipping licence, Bougainville mining pollution, Federal government to put 70 million into city planning.

Includes material relating to Yarra Brae Dam Project.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB123
Date range 1973    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, News Clippings, Published Papers or Articles and Published Reports
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0123 Box Number 20 Series 2
2-119 Press Cuttings October 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Australian Conservation Foundation resignations after radicals win elections, Gippsland Lakes environment study, kangaroo shooting, Blackburn Lake pollution, air pollution, Lake Pedder, petrol industry says lead not hazardous, logging, Phillip Island toll, BHP cans controversy, bike paths, green bans, Yarra Brae dam, Newport power station.

Includes a letter from Rotary and other papers.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB124
Date range 1973    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0124 Box Number 21 Series 2
2-120 Press Cuttings November-December 1973

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on union bans on Barrier Reef mining, carp, fuel efficient cars, limits to growth, OPEC oil crisis, Green's Bush (Mornington Peninsula), noise pollution, Altona complex polluting Port Phillip Bay, unionists on Australian Conservation Foundation council, Dr Cass pushes for lead free petrol, Newport power station, Yarra Brae dam, quality of life, EPA controversy, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on conservation, natural history, Lake Pedder, freeways, kangaroos, Dr Cass asks for public pressure. on government for conservation, Dr Geoff Mosley, throw-away containers, Australian Conservation Foundation resignations, price fixing by BHP & Comalco & Gadsden, BHP can recycling fraud.

Includes ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB125
Date range 1973    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Published Reports
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0125 Box Number 21 Series 2
2-121 Press Cuttings January 1974

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on sewage clean-up, Port Phillip Bay development, Dandenongs, bushfires good for forests says US ecologist, tourism and the environment, beach pollution, Federal environmental impact scrutiny for all projects, bird smuggling, whaling, Tasmania woodchipping, offshore. resources, imported pests, nuclear waste for Australia, carp, noise pollution, Loy Yang coal fields, food shortages have environmental causes (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Mount Buffalo development.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB126
Date range 1974    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0126 Box Number 21 Series 2
2-122 Press Cuttings February-March 1974

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Dr Cass' plans to reduce car usage, Jack Mundey (BLF NSW) criticises developers, logging, EPA, APM advertisement that paper products help the environment, helmeted honeyeater endangered, Prince Philip on conservation, Dr Cass to make Barrier Reef a national marine park, Hamer sets up more. state parks, beach pollution, shooting licences, dinoflagellate red tide in Port Phillip Bay, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on duck season.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB127
Date range 1974    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0127 Box Number 21 Series 2
2-123 Press Cuttings April-June 1974

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Phillip Island development, Hume freeway protests, polluters pay principle, kangaroos, Yarra Brae dam, Lake Pedder, Newport power station, Australian Conservation Foundation politics, koalas, Mornington Peninsula development, Westernport development, sewage expansion, Australian Conservation Foundation seeks woodchipping restraint, Little Desert development, Dandenongs, water pollution, taxes to protect National Estate, Corio Bay oil spill, logging, fishing, paper shortages, noise pollution, off-shore. resources, penguins, Arnhem Land mining, Cape Schanck National Park, droughts and floods, Vietnam War, whaling, sand mining.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB128
Date range 1974    Quantity 2.5 cm, 3 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0128 Box Number 21 Series 2
2-124 Press Cuttings July-August 1974

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on conservation, Dandenongs, urban growth, noise pollution, Mr Jack Mundey (Communist Party president) says Australia faces ecological crisis, forestry, Bobbi Sykes (Aboriginal Medical Services) appointed to Federal environment advisory committee, David Brower (Friends of the Earth International chairman) lauds BLF green bans, smog, population growth, National Estate Commission, Dr Cass says conservation requires socialism, ecology, carp; ephemera relating to talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB129
Date range 1974    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0129 Box Number 21 Series 2
2-125 Here's a Tawny Trio, and Other Press Cuttings 1974

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on natural history, K Alder (Australian Atomic Energy Commission) says send nuclear waste to sun, unions bans on Newport power station, EPA opposed to domestic incinerators, conservation backlash, Mornington Peninsula development, Dr Mosley (Australian Conservation Foundation director) calls for study of Newport station, Australian Conservation Foundation hits at federal government over grants, Dr Cass grants states $20 million to buy land for parks, sand mining, Environment Studies Association of Victoria (Phillip Sutton director) information service and resource centre, freeways, food population, mercury in fish, Barrier Reef fishing, Duke of Edinburgh supports Australian Conservation Foundation radicals, Thompson Dam, green bans, shark smuggling, study on Gippsland Lakes, zoos, National Estate committee, Dr Cass appoints inquiry into Redcliffs (SA) petro-chemical plant, Maribyrnong River pollution, endangered species, Premier Hamer sacks EPA director Dr Gilpin, Merri Creek Conservation Committee, Healesville Sanctuary, Australian Conservation Foundation against Dartmouth Dam, Australian Conservation Foundation against uranium exports; ephemera including photocopied press releases, invitations.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB130
Date range 1974    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0130 Box Number 22 Series 2
2-126 Press Cuttings November-December 1974

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Phillip Island wildlife, Newport power station, Japan oil slick, uranium industry cancer threat, sealing, Little Desert wildlife, Murray Valley encephalitis epidemic, beach conservation, Alpine conservation, Healsville Sanctuary gets government grant, Dandenongs and tourism, woodchipping, cinnamon fungus threat to native forest Phytophthora cinnamoni, ecology, litter, The Alps at the Crossroads by Dick Johnson, Australian Conservation Foundation calls for Yarra Valley commission, freeways, waste, sand mining, Dr Cass hits Australian Conservation Foundation over Redcliff inquiry, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park to be formed, federal Environment Protection (Impact of Proposals) Bill passed, Corio Bay pollution; invitations.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB131
Date range 1974    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0131 Box Number 22 Series 2
2-127 Press Cuttings January-February 1975

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on mercury in fish, Dandenongs, Australian Conservation Foundation calls for zero population growth, packaging as pollution, union bans on uranium, kangaroo conservation, Australian Conservation Foundation and Friends of the Earth campaign agaisnt nuclear power, US ban on ozone depleting aerosol propellants, kangaroo products exports, nature. stories, MIM advertisements on nature. conservation, whales endangered, Victorian crayfish declining, Yarra River pollution, Concorde, hydroelectric power, oil tanker spills (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Australian Conservation Foundation opposes woodchipping, Gippsland Lakes, parrot smugglers, Australian Conservation Foundation opposes pesticides against Murray Velley encephalitis, Dr Cass announces $448,000 grants to conservation groups, MMBW announces increase to Melbourne parkland, oil spill off Singapore, EPA warns on creek pollution; invitations, ephemera, personal letter to Alfred Dunbavin Butcher from secretary to state Ministry for Conservation (?).

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB132
Date range 1975    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Sketches
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0132 Box Number 22 Series 2
2-128 Press Cuttings March-April 1975

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on concorde, Latrobe Valley power plants, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher and others tour soil conservation works, Dandenongs conservation, CRA and Mitsui to build alumina plant in Solomons Islands because Japanese environmental regulations too tight (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), woodchipping, uranium export ban called by Australian Conservation Foundation (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), green bans, Melbourne smog alert, natural history, Dr Cass establishes EIS inquiry into Ranger uranium mine, Radical Ecology Conference at Melbourne University, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on Gippsland Lakes study, reserver for Darebin creek, International Convention on Sea Pollution, duck hunting, Dr Cass calls for environmental and social costs to be included in resource prices and for end to uranium mining, Maribyrnong River study, freeway study, carp, Forests Commission study on woodchipping for East Gippsland, plastics pollution; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB133
Date range 1975    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0133 Box Number 22 Series 2
2-129 Press Cuttings May-July 1975

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on urban growth, Fraser Island splits Labor caucus and Whitlam has a tantrum, state buys Dowds Morass for reserve, Murray River salination, lead in petrol, Derwent River (Tas) "foulest" in world, kangaroo killing, whaling, John Fraser (Fraser Island Defence Organisation), beach conservation, Organ Pipes national park, Greenpeace boats protest Russian whaling, uranium exports, Shell to bring supertankers to Australia, Lake Pedder, Dr Geoff Mosely (Australian Conservation Foundation director) criticises Forests Commission, World Environment Day, Ralph Nader, oil drilling ban for Barrier Reef, Hamer halts Gippsland woodchipping; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB134
Date range 1975    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0134 Box Number 22 Series 2
2-130 Press Cuttings July-August 1975

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on urban growth, endangered species, bird smuggling, Greenpeace boats intervene with Russian whaling, green bans, natural history, Mornington peninsula, National Estate grant to Victoria, Australian Conservation Foundation calls for more. national parks.

Includes original file cover annotated 'overseas'.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB135
Date range 1975    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0135 Box Number 22 Series 2
2-131 Press Cuttings September-October 1975

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on union bans on Eastern Freeway, government exports Ranger uranium, tip dumping, Mr Gorton urges Fraser Island preservation, mercury in fish, sewage pollution into Port Phillip Bay, EPA says Melbourne smog dangerous, concorde noise pollution, Westernport development, ecology, solar energy, criticism of Mr Borthwick (Conservation Minister) over Port Phillip Bay pollution, Mornington Peninsula, mineral sands exports to boom, Thomspon Dam impact on wildlife, carp, Jim Cairns on limits to growth, green bans (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher); including ministerial statement by W.Borthwick, statement by Premire. Hamer, photocophy of protest postcard sent to Borthwick, photochopy of headline "Butcher quits post", ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB136
Date range 1975    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0136 Box Number 23 Series 2
2-132 Press Cuttings November-December 1975

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on beaches hazards to health, zoo, Loy Yang power station, alpine conservation, Thompson Dam, SEC transmission line criticised, pulpwood plans for East Gippsland, river pollution, uranium, Fraser Island, ozone layer, wildlife, Mornington Peninsula, angling, solar power, Little Desert conservation; Victorian Conservation Trust leaflets, ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB137
Date range 1975    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0137 Box Number 23 Series 2
2-133 News Poster for the Age - Westernport Environment Study Guide - Lift-out.
Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB138
Date range 1975?    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Display Material and Public Relations Material
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0138 Box Number 23 Series 2
2-134 Press Cuttings January-March 1976

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on beach erosion, Ralph Nader on nuclear power, Australian Conservation Foundation attacks Sir Phillip Baxter on uranium exports, carp, natural history, Port Phillip Bay Conservation Committee on pollution, humanity as plague, butterfly smuggling, Australian Conservation Foundation at Ranger uranium inquiry, Sir Macfarlane Burnet calls for uranium mining ban, Alpine national park, Australian Heritage Commission, Mornington Peninsula, Latrobe Valley power stations, Yarra Valley, duck season, Concorde, Westernport Bay, freeways, Victoria buys Churchill Island for conservation, urban planning, Dandenongs; invitations, draft and final press releases and other ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB139
Date range 1976    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0139 Box Number 23 Series 2
2-135 Press Cuttings 1975-1976

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun on wildlife reserves, natural history, kangaroos, special issue of News Weekly (Freedom Publishing Co., Bob Santamaria) on Australian Conservation Foundation connections with Communist Party; World Environment Day posters, ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB140
Date range 1975 - 1976    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0140 Box Number 23 Series 2
2-136 Press Cuttings April-June 1976

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on carp, Dr H.C.Coombs tells Ranger inquiry to delay uranium mining for 20 years, Concorde, Lakes Entrance Fisherman's Cooperative to take Supreme Court action against oil companies, power lines, river pollution, tuna nets kill dolphins, Arnhem land Aboriginies killing wildlife, koalas, Dandenongs, East Gippsland woodchipping, Newport power station, Senate Committee says flrourocarbons and concorde threat to ozone layer, zoo, Ranger mine on Aboriginal sacred sites, logging threatens species, union ban on uranium, Professor Charles Birch (Sydney University) on limits to growth and oversconsumption as equity issues, Port Phillip Bay heavy metals pollution, Land Conservation Council wants Mallee parks, Shell may pull out of nuclear enegry because not profitable enough (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Dr Linus Pauling on overpopulation and world environmental crisis; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB141
Date range 1976    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0141 Box Number 23 Series 2
2-137 Press Cuttings 1976

Supplement from the Age on environment at time of settlement; government circulated photocopies of articles from the Bulletin on left-wing unions, with annotations and marked circulation list; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB142
Date range 1976    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0142 Box Number 23 Series 2
2-138 Press Cuttings July-August 1976

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on nuclear warship visit, farm pollution of Barrier Reef, coastal conservation, Ralph Nader urges solar power, natural history, development in Eltham (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), family planning, endangered species, uranuim exports, East Gippsland woodchipping, bans on Dillingham Constructions over Fraser Island, drought, Grampians, bomb at woodchip plant in Bunbury (WA), smog, wilderness, oil spills; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB143
Date range 1976    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0143 Box Number 23 Series 2
2-139 Press Cuttings September 1976

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Newport power station, smog, scallops, Ampol urges uranium mining, kangaroo skin exports, Flowers Commission (UK) calls for halt to nuclear industry, ozone depletion, parrot smuggling, natural history, penguins, crown of thorns, Lang Hancock, Sir Ernest Titterton (ANU), land rights claims in western Victoria, Concorde, Loy Yang power station, union bans on US nuclear warship; invitations and other ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB144
Date range 1976    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0144 Box Number 24 Series 2
2-140 Lift out from the Age - A Guide to Westernport
Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB145
Date range 1976?    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0145 Box Number 24 Series 2
2-141 Press Cuttings October 1976

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, green bans, Fox Commission (Ranger), Geoff Mosley, Fraser Island, East Gippsland woodchipping, smog, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on environmental planning, Comalco Weipa bauxite mine, freeways.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB146
Date range 1976    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0146 Box Number 24 Series 2
2-142 Press Cuttings November-December 1976

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on wildlife conservation, Cape Barren goose hunt, US oil spill, Newport power station, union uranium bans, impact of scallops in bay, Friends of the Earth at EZ Industries (uranium miners) meeting, urban planning, Dr Joseph Camilleri (La Trobe) on uranium, carp, coastal resources law, Fraser Island, natural history, EPA warns on freeway fumes, Port Phillip Bay, Aboriginal land rights, Jack Mundey, ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB147
Date range 1976    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0147 Box Number 24 Series 2
2-143 Press Cuttings January-February 1977

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Phillip Island development, bird shooting, Newport power station, new parks for Victoria, Mornington Peninsula, Bass Strait conservation, off-shore. resource rights, unions and uranium, anti-uranium movements, koalas, green bans, foreign fish poaching, plastics code, soil erosion, Orb River scheme, John Sinclair (Fraser Island Defence Organisation) Australian of the Year (Australian newspaper); ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB148
Date range 1977    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0148 Box Number 24 Series 2
2-144 Press Cuttings March 1977

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on animal extinction, Newport, nuclear waste dumps in Australia, East Gippsland wilderness park, Dandenongs, seal cull, bird shooting, koalas, beach conservation, Phillip Island development, fungus in Victorian forests.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB149
Date range 1977    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0149 Box Number 24 Series 2
2-145 Press Cuttings April-June 1977

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Nation Review, Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on whaling, advertisement by Australian Uranium Producers Forum on need for nuclear power, affect of uranium mining on Aboriginal communities, Newport, deep-sea fishing expansion for WA, heavy metals in Port Phillip Bay, McDonalds, Dandenongs, sand mining, Forests Commission attacked over Barmah Forest, energy conservation, freeways, snake smuggling, CIA says Australia faces oil crisis, Friends of the Earth, Australia as a nuclear waste dump, Australian Heritage Commission, D. M. Minerals claims compensation from Federal government.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB150
Date range 1977    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0150 Box Number 24 Series 2
2-146 The Australian, Saturday January 13, 1973

Subjects includes Lake Pedder and drought.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB151
Date range 1973    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0151 Box Number 24 Series 2
2-147 Press Cuttings June-July 1977

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on effect of uranium mining on Aboriginals, E.F. Shumacher Small is Beautiful (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), fishing zones, Newport, beach pollution, forest fungus, whaling, woodchipping, koalas, Healsville Sanctruary, Friends of the Earth, Yarra River, Mornington peninsula, sand mining national parks ban; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB152
Date range 1977    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0152 Box Number 24 Series 2
2-148 Press Cuttings August 1977

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Westernport development, Latrobe Valley air pollution clean-up, uranium mining (NT), pesticide resistance, push for unionist U-ban, Arnhem Land uranium mining, whaling, carp, soil erosion, fish extinction, Newport power station, car emission controls postponed.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB153
Date range 1977    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0153 Box Number 25 Series 2
2-149 Press Cuttings September-December 1977

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on fishing, trail bikes, whaling, Tom Uren (Federal Opposition Deputy-Leader) againsts uranium, Caltex and Gulf Oil to drill on Barrier Reef, ozone depletion, Federal Government cuts grants to environment groups, Lake Pedder, Newport power station, protesters at Western Mining Corporation annual meeting, Peter Beckmann (University of Colorado) says anti-nuclear activists are. "manslaughterers, Corio Bay pollution, Dr H.C.Coombs president of Australian Conservation Foundation, Movment Against Uranium Mining, environmental dangers of genetic engineering, court action over misleding claims by nuclear industry, solar power, pro-uranium advertisements by Australian Uranium Producers' Forum & Citizens For Uranium Export, criticisms of Dr Mosley (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher) Australian Conservation Foundation politics; issues 4,5 of Gardiners Creek Valley Study, ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB154
Date range 1977    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0154 Box Number 25 Series 2
2-150 Press Cuttings 1978

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Bauxite mining in Darling Range, solar energy, Law of Sea agreement, population growth, bird protection.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB155
Date range 1978    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0155 Box Number 25 Series 2
2-151 Press Cuttings January-February 1978

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on whaling, abalone fishing, foreign fishing, environmental backlash, Western Mining Corp to bury radioactive waste just out of Kalgoorlie (WA), fungus killing forests, penguins, carp, pesticides, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher resigns from Fisheries and Wildlife department, Dandenongs, drought, baby seal killing, uranium in Kakadu National Park, Newport power station, 700 emus killed in NSW.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB156
Date range 1978    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0156 Box Number 25 Series 2
2-152 Press Cuttings 1978

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on recession, Westernport Bay, C3 Freeway compensation, koalas, Dandenongs, East Timor, Aboriginal heritage, ICI plant for Geelong, dolphin slaughter, Kakadu uranium site for National Estate, whaling, Northern Land Council challenges Ranger, 2,4,5-T ban in US, Mr Borthwick (Minster for Conservation) tells EPA to lift emmission restrictions, environmental backlash, Alpine wilderness, Greenpeace, Environment Protection (Nuclear Codes) Act, oil spill in English Channel, energy conservation, fish poaching, wilderness; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB157
Date range 1978    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0157 Box Number 25 Series 2
2-153 Press Cuttings January-March 1979

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Federal government marine science and technology funding boost, penguins, fishing baby seal killing, forest conservation, Phillip Island development, Barrier Reef, air pollution, duck shooting, exhaust emissions controls postponed, proposal for ICI plant at Point Wilson, Geelong, Yarra River polluted, beach pollution, logging, Aboriginal land rights.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB158
Date range 1979    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0158 Box Number 25 Series 2
2-154 Press Cuttings April-August 1979

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on squid fishing, acid rain, parrot smuggling, nitrofen herbicide (Tok E-25) ban, penguins, alternative energy, Pancontinental Mining admits uranium impact on Aboriginal communities in Arnhem land, Grampians national park proposal, whaling, orange-belied parrot threatened by ICI Geelong plant, Alpine conservation, aerosol can industry media campaign, Barrier Reef protection, Newport; Australian Conservation Foundation fundraising letter.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB159
Date range 1979    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0159 Box Number 25 Series 2
2-155 Press Cuttings September-December 1979

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on lead free petrol, animal extinction, cruelty to animals, PCBs, logging protests, kangaroo exports, penguins, Newport power station, Franklin River, Federal government proposal to give environment power to states, wildlife smuggling, pollution laws relaxed by Federal government, toxic waste, Lake Pedder, Howqua Hills mining, beach protection, Gippsland lakes oil exploration, possum exports.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB160
Date range 1979    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0160 Box Number 25 Series 2
2-156 Press Cuttings January-April 1980

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Barrier Reef, off-shore. resources, states to get off-shore. rights, Alcoa smelter moved from Westernport to Portland, crocodile endangered, DDT, kangaroo killing, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park declared, public transport, nuclear power or holocaust says Sir Ernest Titterton, natural history, World Conservation Strategy, dolphin slaughter, conserver society movement (limits to growth), sand mining, alpine conservation, impact of Alcoa bauxite mining on Jarrah forests and Perth water supply (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher).

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB161
Date range 1980    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0161 Box Number 25 Series 2
2-157 Press Cuttings May-August 1980

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Franklin River dam, APM waste pipeline to Ninety Mile Beach, Fraser Island, forestry mis-management, class action suits, natural history, Alcoa Portland smelter, whaling, global warming, Tasmanian government protects Franklin and Lower Gordon Rivers, Alpine conservation, PCB ban for Port Phillip Bay, academic suppression on environmental problems, kanagaroos, green bans, World Heritage Listing for Great Barrier Reef, Prince Philip on conservation, Antarctic Treaty.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB162
Date range 1980    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0162 Box Number 26 Series 2
2-158 Press Cuttings September-December 1980

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on abalone, Franklin River, kangaroos, cheap electricity for Alcoa, Alcoa smelter pollution, Flinders Island gape barren goose reserve, endangered species, loggers want access to water catchments, ICI plant threatens orange-bellied parrot, 2,4,5-T, forestry mis-management, Leadbeater's possum endangered; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB163
Date range 1980    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0163 Box Number 26 Series 2
2-159 Press Cuttings January-April 1981

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers in folder hand-titled "Year of Environmental Backlash", topics include uranuium processing, APM pollution killed Lake Coleman, Phillip Island tourism impact, state politics (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher regarding right wing swing and anti-environmentalism), tax on aluminium exports suggested, Dr John French (CSIRO) attacks foresters, SEC suggests nuclear power, natural history, Dr Bob Brown (Tasmanian Wilderness Society president) on dams, Darebin parklands; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB164
Date range 1981    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0164 Box Number 26 Series 2
2-160 Press Cuttings May-September 1981

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers in folder hand-titled "Environmental Backlash", topics include, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park yet to be fully declared, US selfishness on seabed mining, Tasmania's South East wilderness, fishing, logging, Portland Aborigines oppose smelter, Grampians national park proposed, gun control, Franklin River rally, kangaroo killing, legal standing for environmentalists and Aboriginies, resources boom, Forests Commission go-ahead to East Gippsland woodchipping, Latrobe Valley waste outfall, impact of whites on Australian environment, WA Conservation Council appeal to American court to stop Alcoa mining bauxite in jarrah forests, Newport, Kosciusko National Park ski-runs; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB165
Date range 1981    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, Memoranda and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0165 Box Number 26 Series 2
2-161 Press Cuttings October-December 1981

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Phillip Island conservation, bird extinctions, Otways woodchipping, Gippsland Lakes development, WA Aboriginal emu farming business, Franklin dam referendum, Muroroa radioactive pollution, fishing, Newport smog, Port Philip Bay pollution, Yarra Bend preservation pleases Neil Douglas, salvinia control by CSIRO, Queensland wants control over Barrier Reef, World Heritage listings, Ronald Reagan, IUCN calls for Federal Government to declare. whole Great Barrier Reef Marine Park; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB166
Date range 1981    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0166 Box Number 26 Series 2
2-162 Press Cuttings January-June 1982

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Tasmanian Wilderness Society in Federal election campaigns, Franklin dam, Animal Liberation (Dr Peter Singer), penguin deaths, SEC power lines, Antarctic pollution, Grampians National Park, eucalyptus dieback, 2,4,5-T bans, wildlife smuggling, planning law reform (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), nuclear power, duck season, gun control, catchment logging; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB167
Date range 1982    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0167 Box Number 26 Series 2
2-163 Press Cuttings July-October 1982

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on angling, rainforest logging, Antarctic conservation, Otway woodchipping, soil erosion, APM pollution in Gippsland Lakes, Aboriginal land rights, zoo, drought, Franklin River, Alaska oil pipeline, NT governmnet anti-land rights campaign, Alcoa and Comalco against can deposit law, whaling, Agent Orange cancers, extinctions; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB168
Date range 1982    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera, News Clippings and Lists
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0168 Box Number 26 Series 2
2-164 Press Cuttings November-December 1982

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Franklin blockade, Otways woodchipping, natural history, Aboriginal heritage sites along Franklin River, high temperature. incinerator, cattle grazing on alps, Greenpeace anti-whaling; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB169
Date range 1982    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0169 Box Number 26 Series 2
2-165 Press Cuttings 1982

Contains loose press cuttings and photocopies of cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun on zoo issues. Material relating to zoo functions including invitations, programmes, press releases, menus, ephemera.

Includes material relating to Melbourne Zoo.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB170
Date range 1982    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0170 Box Number 27 Series 2
2-166 Press Cuttings 1983

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on zoo, Franklin Dam blockade, Dr Bob Brown (director, Tasmanian Wilderness Society) elected to state parliament, conservation ethics, Tasmanian Aboriginies at blockade, Dr David Bellamy at blockade, Mr David Gray (ALP State MP) arrested at blockade, Professor Ralph Slatyer appointed chair of Australian Science and Technology Council, Antarctic world heritage listing, mercury pollution in fish, fish industry restructure, road building in Otways, federal intervention on Franklin dam, Spike Milligan threatens to sabotage Franklin dam, beached whales, James McQueen arrested at blockade, crayfish poaching at Port Campbell, biotechnology, soil conservation, 2,4,5-T warnings; National Conservation Strategy for Australia Newsletter (no.1 August 1981, no. 11 July 1983).

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB171
Date range 1983    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings and Newsletters
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0171 Box Number 27 Series 2
2-167 How 'Bolte's Blunder' Became a Bonanza, and Other Press Cuttings 1983

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Tasmanian Wilderness Society electoral campaign, Heytesbury land settlement, koalas in Japanese zoos, crocodile endangered, kangaroo culling, oil exploration in Antarctic, National Museum of Victoria, Spike Milligan protests at Australia House (London) over Franklin dam, Dr Bob Brown (director Tasmanian Wilderness Society, MHA) calls for inquiry into police treament of protesters, logging rules, Tembeling River (Malaysia) dam, Shark Bay (WA) mining threatens stromatolites, objections to Mount Hotham ski development, gun controls, massive anti-nuclear protests in Australia, Bob Hawke (PM) stops Franklin dam, Greenham Common (UK) anti-nuclear protests, Robin Gray (Tasmanian Premier) calls for State police to arrest Federal police at Franklin dam site, wildlife, US conservation groups campaign against kangaroo killing, mountain pygmy possum endangered, Phillip Isand development, Professor Peter Singer (chairman Australian Federation of Animal Societies) calls for end to monkey experimentation, logging in catchment, Mt Stirling development, Robin McArthur conservationist opposes Alcoa bauxite mining WA, World Heritage Bill passed by Federal parliament.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB172
Date range 1983    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0172 Box Number 27 Series 2
2-168 Dam Site Floods, and Other Press Cuttings 1983

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on zoo animals, bushfires effect on wildlife, scientific instrument makers trade mission to Europe, Aboriginal heritage around Franklin river, European wasps, alpine logging, Phillip Island reserves, army landing strip threatens orange-bellied parrott, battery hen advertisement from Animal Liberation, kangaroo culling, Melbourne pollution affects country Victroria, Tasmania argues in High Court that Aboriginies are. extinct, Barrier Reef, Cape York destruction, US protests at kangaroo culling, oil slick off Queensland, Constitutional arguments in Franklin River case, EPA warnings on pesticides, summit in Canberra on National Conservation Strategy, native tree die back, CSIRO controversy over foot and mouth disease research, French nuclear testing, Port Phillip Bay, Antarctic treaty discussions, Alcoa opposes can deposit legislation, opposition to dumping nuclear waste at sea, baw baw frog and swamp parrott endangered.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB173
Date range 1983    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0173 Box Number 27 Series 2
2-169 Press Cuttings 1983

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on US bans on kangaroo products, mineral exploration in Kakadu, Japanese nuclear waste, Werribee farm, tax deductions for high-tech research, Roxby Downs blockade, vandalism of South-West Tasmania World Heritage Area, Franklin Dam compensation payout, Barrier Reef park doubled, CSIRO Animal Health Laboratory controversy, zoo animals, Westernport Bay pollution, animal experimentation, railway to Mt Hotham planned, alpine development controversy, Antarctic world park, crown of thorns starfish, farmers fight CRA mining plan, ban on 2,4,5-T, over-fishing threatens fairy penguins, beached whales, Uluru (Ayers Rock) returned to Aboriginal owners, J.Ros Garnet (founder VNPA) on conservation department restructuring, over-fishing of scallops, Daintree blockade, acid rain.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB174
Date range 1983    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0174 Box Number 27 Series 2
2-170 Werribee Banner 28/9/83, and Other Press Cuttings 1984

Contains loose press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Werribee farm on IUCN list, WMC exploration in Cobber-Tingaringy National Park, zoo animals, Lake Tyers (Gippsland) over-fished, Yarra Valley protection, Errinundra Plateau (Gippsland) forest protests and scientists' petition, Mon Repos (Queensland) turtle rookery threatened, abalone poachers in Port Phillip Bay, Eden fairy penguin colony threatened, Conservation Council of Victoria calls for legislation to protect Leadbeaters's possum and long-footed potoroo from logging, Lord Howe woodhen breeding program, increasing charges at zoo, crown of thorns starfish, state to builds freeways along Gardiner's creek, Barry Cohen (Federal Minister for the Environment) attacks conservationists over kangaroo, US acid rains on Canada, Otways forest protest, Bert West book on Phillip Island, Barrier Reef pollution threat, duck shooting protests, seal clubbing, bird smuggling.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB175
Date range 1984    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0175 Box Number 27 Series 2
2-171 China Stays in Step with Fashion, and Other Press Cuttings 1984

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on zoo animals, East Gippsland logging, kangaroo killing, Daintree rainforest road protest, Lake Tyers over-fishing, acid rain, Hal Wooten (new Australian Conservation Foundation president) calls for Daintree protection, Stradbroke Island, Pentagon planning for World War III (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), penguins, alpine parks, global warming.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB176
Date range 1984    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0176 Box Number 28 Series 2
2-172 Press Cuttings 1984

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Australian, Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Grampians National Park, Australian Heritage Commission calls for rainforest protection, disposable containers, animal liberation versus circuses, Hugh Morgan (Western Mining Corporation) attacks greens, Roxby Downs uranium mine protests, Bob Hawke and other politicians (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Errinundra Plateau logging, koalas, natural history, Antarctic conservation.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB177
Date range 1984    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0177 Box Number 28 Series 2
2-173 Canberra Denies Claims on MSW Rainforest, and Other Press Cuttings 1985

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on sewage damage to Wimmera River, animal liberationist Laurie Levy, Daintree road threat to reef, Public Transport Party (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), wildfire. regeneration, Worldwatch Institute warns of global environmental breakdown, kangaroo quota, wilderness threatened by outdoor activities, malaria comeback, animal experimentation, wind energy, nuclear winter, Hawke government fears environmental backlash, CSIRO funding and priorities, Otways logging, SEC nuclear plans, salination, global warming, scallop poaching, Vietnam War was "ecocide" says IUCN (International Union for the Conservation of Nature. and Natural Resources).

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB178
Date range 1985    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0178 Box Number 28 Series 2
2-174 Happy Birthday, Wonderboy, and Other Press Cuttings 1985

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on zoo animals, World Heritage rainforest listings, natural history, Hawke criticised for not protecting Daintree rainforest, Alpine parks, drought, cane toads, CSIRO, animal experimentation, penguins, scallop poaching, Murray salination, African famine caused by environmental destruction, Otways woodchipping, plant extinctions, Australian Conservation Foundation Kakadu National Park campaign; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB179
Date range 1985    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0179 Box Number 28 Series 2
2-175 Excuse Me…Get Your Feet and Fur Coat Out of My Dinner, and Other Press Cuttings 1985

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Greenpeace Antarctic base, nuclear winter, zoo animals, CSIRO, Daintree, biotechnology, Email logs Daintree, seed-wars, ozone depletion, pesticides in breastmilk, Murray-Darling salinity, Newport power station, crown of thorns cover-up, Laurie Levy on animal rights, whaling, East Gippsland woodchipping, Tasmanian woodchipping, zoo butterfly house; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB180
Date range 1985    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0180 Box Number 28 Series 2
2-176 Misinformation Campaign on Kangaroos, and Other Press Cuttings 1986

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Bjelke-Peterson to develop Cape York, kangaroo culling, bird smuggling, Zoo seal enclosure, green bans, Zoo butterfly enclosure, radioactive waste dump for Dutson Downs (Gippsland), Victorian woodchipping, duck shooters kill protected species, animal experimentation, Barrier Reef, Tasmania logging.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB181
Date range 1986    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0181 Box Number 28 Series 2
2-177 Animal Magic's a Vacation Highlight, and Other Press Cuttings 1985

Contains press cuttings prepared by Australian Press Cuttings Agency from various regional and interstate papers and magazines on zoos, wild life parks and animal curiosities.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB182
Date range 1985    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0182 Box Number 29 Series 2
2-178 Sherman the Baby Wombat Puts Bite on Lovable Jessie, and Other Press Cuttings 1985

Contains press cuttings prepared by Australian Press Cuttings Agency from various regional and interstate papers and magazines on zoos, wild life parks and animal curiosities.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB183
Date range 1985    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0183 Box Number 29 Series 2
2-179 Breakfast with an Orang-utan or Birds, and Other Press Cuttings 1985

Contains press cuttings prepared by Australian Press Cuttings Agency from various regional and interstate papers and magazines on zoos, wild life parks and animal curiosities.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB184
Date range 1985    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0184 Box Number 29 Series 2
2-180 Using Names of 18-year-olds, and Other Press Cuttings 1985

Contains press cuttings prepared by Australian Press Cuttings Agency from various regional and interstate papers and magazines on zoos, wild life parks and animal curiosities.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB185
Date range 1985    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0185 Box Number 29 Series 2
2-181 TV Show in Zoo Appeal, and Other Press Cuttings 1985

Contains press cuttings prepared by Australian Press Cuttings Agency from various regional and interstate papers and magazines on zoos, wild life parks and animal curiosities.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB186
Date range 1985    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0186 Box Number 29 Series 2
2-182 Chipping Away At Our Resources, and Other Press Cuttings 1986

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on woodchipping, Tasmania logging, Chernobyl nuclear disaster, coastal conservation, Star Wars (SDI), shooters, loggers blockade Parliament House, pygmy possum endangered, Joan Kirner (Minister for Conservation) in woodchipping controversy, climate change, animal testing.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB187
Date range 1986    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0187 Box Number 29 Series 2
2-183 Architecture Awards 1986 Press Release, and Other Press Cuttings 1986

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on animal liberation, advertisements by timber industry on need to log state forests, biotechnology, East Gippsland woodchipping, class actions, Phillip Toyne new Australian Conservation Foundation director, APM adverstisement claiming their paper is largely recycled, pro-logging TV ads, Hawke in Kakadu uranium controversy, Forest Industries ad on ecological basis for logging, natural history, rock wallabys endangered, Chernobyl, Zoo, Australian Mining Industry Council calls for fast-track planning; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB188
Date range 1986    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0188 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-184 The Case for Testing Drugs on Animals, and Other Press Cuttings 1986

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Esso ad on wildlife impact of oil drilling, Antarctic conservation, rabbit plague, Tasmanian logging, whaling ships sunk, Joan Kirner limits duck season, Rhine pollution, Kirner to expand parks, Kakadu mining, ozone depletion alarm, bird smuggling, landcare, Cape York sand mining, fur protests; Zoo press release.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB189
Date range 1986    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings and Public Relations Material
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0189 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-185 Logging Fight a Matter of Perspective, and Other Press Cuttings 1987

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Lemonthyne (Tas) logging, animal liberation, Errinundra Plateau, fur protests, Forest Industries ads, David Suzuki on science and conservation, nuclear winter, kangaroo products bans, transgenic plant patenting, Chernobyl, salination, Cape York sand mining, eastern-barred bandicoot endangered, Antarctic conservation.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB190
Date range 1987    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0190 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-186 Butterfly House, and Other Press Cuttings 1987

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on gross land mismanagement in Australia, Dandenongs, biotechnology, global desertification, global rainforest destruction, sharks over-fished, animal libbers at duck season, abalone poachers threaten industry, whaling, uranium exports, Shelbourne Bay (Qld)sand mining ban, Bjelke-Peterson to sell Great Barrier Reef islands, Antarctic mining, Australian Petroleum Exploration Association wants to drill on Barrier Reef, Chernobyl, World Commission on Environment and Development, David Suzuki calls for zero growth, "high tech holocaust", over-population, Federal government opposes Tasmanian government on logging, East Gippsland logging, Forest Industries ads on logging, whaling; Department of Conservation Forests and Lands press release.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB191
Date range 1987    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0191 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-187 C'mon Silent Majority, Complain, and Other Press Cuttings 1987

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Jane Goodal against animal experimentation, Australian Conservation Foundation attacks Joan Kirner on alps, deer hunting, farming kangaroos not sheep, global warming, Greenpeace nuclear protests, DDT ban, Eastern Europe pollution, Aboriginal land rights, new woodchip mills, carp, whaling, CSIRO, transgenic cows, Chernobyl, gun control, whaling, Rupert Murdoch's business empire, Lemonthyne logging.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB192
Date range 1987    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0192 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-188 Victoria Poised to Become a Cultural Mecca, and Other Press Cuttings 1987

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Zoo attractions, sea level rise threatens island states, nuclear winter, NT wants airport in Kakadu, crown of thorns, beef contamination, Daintree, Lemonthyne, Jack Mundey on green politics, Greenpeace uranium campaign, CFCs, Greame Richardson (Federal Minister for the Environment), Station Pier development, Sarawak rain forests and indigenous people, organic farming, Pine Gap protests; ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB193
Date range 1987    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0193 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-189 Gorbachev's Vision and the Greening of the East, and Other Press Cuttings 1987

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Gorbachov and greening of Eastern block, Australia to sign Montreal Protocol, lead damages brain, Rainbow Warrior bombing, urban development, pygmy possum endangered, Bjelke-Peterson opposes World Heritage listing for Daintree, bio-ethics, gun control, ozone hole, privatisation of whales, scallop fishing regulation, East Gippsland logging, alps, Chernobyl, population growth and global environmental degradation, grasslands threatened, tough penalties for corporate crime proposed by Law Reform Commission (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), endangered Mallee species, Australian Mining Industry Council wants access to national parks.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB194
Date range 1987    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0194 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-190 Press Cuttings 1987-1988

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Greenhouse sea level rise, climate change and nature. conservation, BHP Kakadu exploration damages park, Helsham inquiry (Tasmania logging), land degradation, Mt Etna quarrying, Dandenong Ranges National Park, gun control, American poverty and social malaise under President Reagan, CFC bans, ozone hole, algal blooms Gippsland Lakes, Brunswick-Richmond power line, Port Phillip Bay toxic red tide, wet tropics, whaling.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB195
Date range 1987 - 1988    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0195 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-191 Press Cuttings 1988

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on gun control, duck shooting, CFC bans, scallop decline, Harris-Daishowa election donations, union bans on Brunswick-Richmond power line, East Gippsland woodchipping, overseas aid envirnmental impact, Port Phillip Bay toxic algae blooms, Zoo Pandas, pesticide contamination, Multi Function Polis, wet tropics logging bans.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB196
Date range 1988    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0196 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-192 Green's Fade as Leaders of the Anti-Nuclear Lobby, and Other Press Cuttings 1988

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Brunswick-Richmond power line, Cape York silica mining, gun control, CSIRO, dieldrin contamination of beef cattle, climate change, Zoo pandas, Daintree, Animal Liberation protesters at duck season, Harris-Daishowa seeks woodchip increases, abalone quotas, pollution fines increase, endangered butterflies, genetic manipulation.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB197
Date range 1988    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0197 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-193 BHP Report 'Misled' on Kakadu Mine, and Other Press Cuttings 1988

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Antarctic pollution, CFC restrictions, gun control, BHP misleads on Kakadu mining, population growth, endangered species, euthanasia, dolphin slaughter, greenhouse effect, Flora and Fauna Guarantee, dissent in Helsham inquiry into Tasmania's south-west, Animal Liberation, David Suzuki calls for zero growth.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB198
Date range 1988    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0198 Box Number 30 Series 2
2-194 Bellamy Attack Unfounded, and Other Press Cuttings 1988

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on salination, Montreal Protocol, challenge to Helsham inquiry, Multi Function Polis, Zoo pandas, World Heritage listing of wet tropics, Bass Strait rig decommissioning, euthanasia, toxic waste trade, ozone hole, wind power, Aboriginal land rights and uranium mining, deep ecology, David Suzuki on conservation, industrial dispute at Zoo, greenhouse effect, kangaroos, koalas; photocopy of correspondence on panda loans from US Department of the Interior.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB199
Date range 1988    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0199 Box Number 31 Series 2
2-195 Don't Tie the Kangaroo Down Sport, and Other Press Cuttings 1988

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Tasmanian forests, kangaroo cull, mining impact, Queensland challenge to World Heritage listings, greenhouse effect, over-population, Portland oil spill, Forest Industries advertising campaign, David Suzuki, Lemonthyne forest, CSIRO, Sherbrooke forest, wildlife smuggling, nuclear power, solar power, ozone depletion, gun control, APPM export pulp-paper mill for Tasmania, PCBs, Gorbachev eases Cold War tensions, salinity, acid rain, Very Fast Train.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB200
Date range 1988    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0200 Box Number 31 Series 2
2-196 Timber Not Parks - Nats, and Other Press Cuttings 1988

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on urban conservation, urbanisation, greenhouse effect, duck shooting, gun control, Phillip Island, parks for Melbourne, Very Fast Train, animal rights, Point Nepean park, deforestation global environmental crisis, economic growth as environmental problem, Mallee grazing, bluefin tuna over-fished, green political parties, Multi Function Polis, koalas, International Geosphere-Biosphere. Program, gold mining, uranium mining, Australian Conservation Foundation, Antarctic conservation, Phillip Toyne, whaling.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB201
Date range 1988    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0201 Box Number 31 Series 2
2-197 Music May Break the Ice for Whales, and Other Press Cuttings 1988

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on gun control, greenhouse effect, pest resistance to chemicals, Zoo animals, Central Queensland Cement blasts rare. bat caves, nuclear option to greenhouse, Chernobyl, animal extinctions, Greenhouse 88, Wesley Vale pulp mill to emit dioxins, CFC restrictions, Heritage Commission future. uncertain, logging sabotage, ravaged world, pesticide pollution, kangaroos, rabbit plague, wet tropics logging, Antarctic mining, science policy, overpopulation; invitation to Greenhouse 88, ephemera.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB202
Date range 1988    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0202 Box Number 31 Series 2
2-198 Greenhouse Effect Will Hurt: Expert, and Other Press Cuttings 1988

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on greenhouse effect impacts, BHP mining safe for Kakadu, lyrebirds, CFC restrictions, Queensland to fight World Heritage listing, waste into energy, acid rain in Victoria, salination, East Gippsland pulp mill, East Gippsland tourism, David Suzuki on conservation, ozone hole growing, mining, science policy, pesticide residues, US nuclear weapons spending, Portland emmissions kill bush, Chernobyl, land degradation, Greenhouse 88; Zoo press release.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB203
Date range 1988    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0203 Box Number 31 Series 2
2-199 Botanist Scatters Seed to Save Native Grasslands, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on grasslands endangered, penguins, Moonee Ponds Creek pollution, Greens Bush (Mornington Peninsula), Wesley Vale pulp mill (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher), Amazon rainforest, French Antarctic airstrip, Very Fast Train, Yarra River restoration, Brunswick-Richmond powerline, plastic recycling, Australian Conservation Foundation call for ozone action, Port Phillip Bay dying, rabbits causing erosion, genetic engineering, nuclear weapons pollution, whaling, Multi Function Polis, Antarctic oil spill, alpine grazing, World Bank (marked by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher).

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB204
Date range 1989    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0204 Box Number 31 Series 2
2-200 Tricky Trail to the Hog Deer, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on abalone regulations, global environment problems, organic farming, Wesley Vale pulp mill, East Gippsland pulp mill, Bhopal chemical disaster, genetic engineering, greenhouse effect, lyrebird endangered, beach pollution, Westernport endangered habitats, duck protests, Brunswick-Richmond power line, Very Fast Train, soil conservaiton, freeways, ozone depletion, pro-Wesley Vale ads, Animal Liberation, Multi Function Polis.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB205
Date range 1989    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0205 Box Number 32 Series 2
2-201 Unions' Anger Could Prove Hard to Temper, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Wesley Vale pulp mill, soil conservation, Prince Charles on global change, ozone depletion cancer risk, Gordon river tourism, duck shoot protests, endangered birds shot at duck hunt, Very Fast Train, whaling, Worldwatch Institute warns of world famine, freeways, over-population, Exxon Valdez oil spill, Eltham copper butterfly endangered, beach pollution, soil erosion, Antarctic tourism, dioxins, muttonbirds threatened by Phillip Island grand prix, Antarctic mining, Amazon rainforest.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB206
Date range 1989    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0206 Box Number 32 Series 2
2-202 Car Park is Far More Unsightely than the Jolimont Rail Yards, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Patterson River development unsightly, fox plague endangers wildlife, scallops over-fished in Bass Strait, greenhouse effect will force Australians to move, Harris-Daishowa woodchip licences, Earthwalk conference (Sydney) of indigenous people calls for environmental care, helmeted honey-eater endangered, orange roughy over-fished, Exxon Valdez oil spill, Antarctic tourism controversy, Malaysian timber protests, urban sprawl threatens Mornington Peninsula, Three Gorges Dam on Yangtze River, bird and crocodile smuggling, EPA strangled by funding cuts, ALP factions fight over nuclear power, feral animal eradication in Sherbrooke Forest, "The Changing Atmosphere" by G.I. Pearman et.al. in Search (vol. 20, no. 2. 1989), South East NSW forest protests, DDT bans, Resources Assessment Commission controversy, Greenhouse effect endangers native animals, ozone hole.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB207
Date range 1989    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0207 Box Number 32 Series 2
2-203 Illegal Clearing Putting Mallee at Risk, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Wesley Vale pulp mill, Lake Torrens (SA), South-East (NSW) forest protests, green independents seek balance of power (Tas), Coalition opposes Antarctic treaty, science policy, remnant grasslands conservation, ozone hole, ALP ministers seek uranium expansion, Hugh Morgan (managing director Western Mining Corporation) says greens are. communists, long-footed potoroo engangered by logging, logging in Thailand, White House censors Greenhouse effect information, Queensland government destroys World Heritage forest, 48 nuclear weapons and 9 reactors on ocean floor, world rainforest delpetion, organic food popular, Dr Jim Cairns (former Deputy PM) opposes uranium export, biodiversity, East Gippland forest protests, millitary pollution, chemicals blamed for deformed Port Phillip Bay fish, the greening of Graham Richardson (Federal Minister for the Environment), NSW refuses to protect National Estate forests, Exxon Valdez clean up, Sting and Indigenous leaders tell Canberra about Amazon destruction, Brunswick-Richmond power line dispute.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB208
Date range 1989    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0208 Box Number 32 Series 2
2-204 A Blueprint for Government Seen Through a Green Filter, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on Dr Bob Brown's green Independants seeking coalition Tasmania, commercial channels start environment programs, Robert Burrowes (Rainforest Action Group) protests Malaysian forest imports, Antarctic world park calls, Bob Brown announces accord with ALP, plastic recycling, Resources Assessement Commission attacked by Liberals, youth worried about environment, John Cain (Premier) announces cuts in carbon dioxide emmissions, Tantawanglo forest blockade, Whale Point pulp mill, green consumerism, Graham Richardson ( Federal Minister for the Environment) says energy cuts needed to abate Greenhouse effect, Merri Creek native grass threatened, coal exports threatened by environmental concern, smog threatens health, ozone hole, call for climate treaty, coastal housing restrictions due to Greenhouse effect, Sting the ecological crusader, bicycles solution to Greenhouse effect, Cole Creek (Tas) forest conflict, EPA under-resourced, alpine conservation, coastal protection, Mount Etna caves blasted by Central Queensland Cement.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB209
Date range 1989    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0209 Box Number 32 Series 2
2-205 Unions Stop Work Over Sewer Effluent Fears, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on green ban on Latrobe Valley outfall, Wuthathi Aboriginal people oppose Cape York spaceport, whaling, St Albans housing development polluted, Hancock Mining attacks green Independants, Justice Toohey calls for stonger environmental law, woodchipping debate, dinoflagellate algae threat to Port Phillip Bay, Bob Edwards (director Musuem of Victoria) on museum plans for future, Mr Murray (NSW Deputy Premier) says Greenhouse effect unproven, Antarctic wilderness park, Sid Spindler (Democrats Senator) says Democrats will merge with greens and peace groups, plastic recycling, ecological threats to world security demand stronger UN, ozone and acid rain threaten remote African forests, East Gippsland road threatens Leadbeater's possum, plantation timber, Janet Powell (Democrats Senator) calls for Senate inquiry into VFT (Very Fast Train), moratorium on genetic engineering called by Bob Phelps (Australian Conservation Foundation), Graham Tucker (President Queensland Chamber of Mines) says Greenhouse effect untrue, population growth, Democrats to stand seriously in Lower House with green support, oil spills in USA, Yarra blockade of rainforest timber ship, East Gippsland Coalition claims foresters breaking Code of Forest Practices, koalas, Port Phillip Bay fish polluted, Snobs Creek Hatchery breeding rare. fish, East Gippland pulp mill, greening of business, Trades Hall Council calls for inquiry into outfalls, Peter Garrett appointed President Australian Conservation Foundation, green/ ALP accord in Tasmania, Petra Kelly (West German Greens) tells Bob Hawke (PM) to imporove environmental and Aboriginal record and praises green Independants in Tasmania, Queensland tries to repeal World Heritage listing, Bob Hawke (PM) promises $100 million for environment, councils want returnable bottles, Senator Jo Valentine to run in Green Alliance, Australian Conservation Foundation cool on Coalition environment position.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB210
Date range 1989    Quantity 1.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0210 Box Number 32 Series 2
2-206 Rear Rat Nursed From Oblivion, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on green ban on endangered stick-nest rat, threatened species of native wildlife, greening of Margaret Thatcher (British PM), ozone safe aerosols, crown of thorns starfish, Roger Baddock (Griffith University) says Greenhouse effect unproven, cane toad threat to ecology, drift-net ban called by Australia, biodiversity, Plastics Industry calls for $2 billion pipeline to solve Murray salination, public support for science, Third World debt, ozone hole, National Estate logging moratorium, G7 summit considers environment, Bass Strait scallops over-fished, Robert Haupt attacks environmentalists, Paul Keating (Treasurer) stops limits on greenhouse gases, Exxon blamed for oil spill, Dr Bob Brown says Greens to contest Senate, Kenya torches ivory to protect elephants.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB211
Date range 1989    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0211 Box Number 32 Series 2
2-207 Another Golden Chance Wasted, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on lucrative invention lost to overseas investors, kraft paper mill planned for Tasmania, Mont Park rezoning threatens native vegetation, Eltham shire. opposes McDonalds, Sir Ninian Steven (Ambassador for the Environment) on federal powers, Power Line Action concerned about high-voltage power distribution, Senator Graham Richardson (Federal Environment Minister) wants Shark Bay on World Heritage list, land degradation major issue, ozone hole, BHP to mine Coronation Hill in Kakadu National Park.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB212
Date range 1989    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0212 Box Number 33 Series 2
2-208 Survey Finds a Pale Shade of Green, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on people changing behaviour to protect environment, Mallee conservation, green Independants, Koonung Valley freeway fight, Monica Hayes (president Western Region Commission) says pollution unacceptable, Port Phillip Bay protection, greens stand in local government elections, Lester Brown (president Worldwatch Institute) critical of Australian environmental performance, locals oppose mining at Tynong, orange roughy ban, green/ ALP accord in Tasmania, debt-for-nature. swaps, genetic defects caused by Chernobyl disaster, salination, green consumerism, Jack Mundey on green bans, Exxon Valdez clean up, urban pollution, wildlife smuggling, animal liberation, Kakadu mining protests, crown of thorns starfish.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB213
Date range 1989    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0213 Box Number 33 Series 2
2-209 Funding Needed for Vital Research, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on lead pollution at Ardeer housing development, need for CSIRO ecological funding to be increased, drift nets, abalone poaching, Federal Cabinet to intervene in green/ALP accord dispute, tuna nets kill rare. dolphins, conservationists and farmers cooperate over land degradation, local action groups across Melbourne, native grasslands, Exxon Valdez legacy, mining at Coronation Hill and El Sharana in Kakadu National Park, Melbourne sprawl, genetic engineering ethics, Japan to cut drift net fleet, environmental aid projects in developing world, Victoria leads world in pollution, ACTU congress considers environment, Jawoyn Aboriginals on Kakadu mining, eastern barred bandicoot endangered, ozone hole, algal bloom in Gippsland, Brunswick-Richmond power line to go underground, energy efficient building, Hugh Morgan (chairman Western Mining Corporation) buys into Kakadu conflict.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB214
Date range 1989    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0214 Box Number 33 Series 2
2-210 Penguins on Parade, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on expanding EPA powers, penguins, Antarctic oil spill, Green/ALP accord in Tasmania, wildlife threatened by grazing, rhino trade, mining in Kakadu, Cape York development, carbon tax proposed to cut greenhouse emmissions, John Kerin (Federal Minister for Primary Industries and Energy) says Kakadu exploration should begin, union bans on rainforest timber imports, greenhouse hoax claims, Murray salination, deforestation, Victorian timber industry planning, profile on Phillip Toyne (Executive Director Australian Conservation Foundation), ozone hole, Exxon takes Alaska to court over oil cleanup, tree planting, Greens force ALP backdown over Tasmanian sand mining, energy efficiency saves money, East Gippsland Coalition plans protests over National Estate logging, overpopulation, Phillip Island koalas threatened, business attacks government for being green, call for Senate inquiry on pulp mills, green independents support unions over school closures, green consumerism, Eastern Freeway extension critics, pulp mill for Gippsland, green parties in conflict.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB215
Date range 1989    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0215 Box Number 33 Series 2
2-211 Environmentally Sound Tourism Can Succeed, and Other Press Cuttings August-October 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on eco-tourism, environment issue for local government polls, eastern barred bandicoot threatened by agricultural pesticides, feral animals threaten wildlife, greenhouse warnings, land care, ban called for rainforest timber, Exxon oil spill, Pat Galvin (chairman Heritage Commission) attacks logging of old-growth forests, protestor injured by police and loggers, Australia in top 10 for paper recycling, Tasmanian tiger, Peter Garrett (President Australian Conservation Foundation) on environmental world view, Petra Kelly (founder German Greens) accuses Australian government of opportunism, greenhouse extinctions, West Australian numbats in successful breeding program, genetic research centre. for Melbourne, greening the home, Dr Paul Erlich on overpopulation, Kororoit Creek clean-up, Sir Arvi Parbo on mining Kakadu, world ivory ban, Maggie McLeod (The Tree Project) on planting, Latrobe Valley outfall controversy.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB216
Date range 1989    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0216 Box Number 33 Series 2
2-212 Divers Sharpen to Sea Urchins, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on John Kerin's (Federal Minister for Primary Industries and Energy) environmental position, Janet Rice (co-ordinator East Gippsland Coalition) says logging protests impending, urban wildlife, Dr Rolf Gerritsen says greens are. greedy, health impacts of ozone depletion, Cape York conservation controversy, toxic organisms dumped in Port Phillip Bay ballast water, call for VFT (Very Fast Train) inquiry, La Trobe University tortures animals in experiments, Graeme Campbell (ALP) attacks greens, call for referendum on green powers, recyclind, Hugh Morgan (managing director Western Mining Corporation) slams greens, Mungo MacCallum supports Kerin against greens, Senator John Button (Minister for Industry, Technology and Commerce) critical of greens, reafforestation, Aboriginal land rights and Kakadu, Terry Vine attacks greens, Laurie Levy (Animal Liberation) on duck hunting, alpine graziers angry about National Park, pesticide residues high, Artists Against Animal Experimentation founded.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB217
Date range 1989    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0217 Box Number 33 Series 2
2-213 Disasters That Made Us Green, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on native vegetation protection, ozone hole causes skin cancer, wildlife stories, South Pacific nations protest drift-nets, CRA says greenhouse emmission cuts will hurt economy, Greenpeace to attack drift nets, Plenty Valley development, Alan Bond plans to export minerals, dioxin link to cancer, Dermott Brereton attacks animal liberationists, East Gippsland Coalition campaign, Salvation Army closes recycling operation because no govenment planning, Amory Lovins slams CRA report and says greenhouse cuts good for economy, military budgets and the environment, CSIRO funding, green consumerism, mining industry attacks greens, Pope warns on ecological crisis, endangered Australian wildlife, Greenpeace banner on 70 metre. refinery, pulp mill guidelines attacked by Greenpeace, logging in National Estate forests in East Gippsland, Greenpeace targets Victoria, greens urge Commonwlealth to use constitutional powers on logging, nuclear winter, debt-for-nature. swaps, East Gippsland logging protests begin.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB218
Date range 1989    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0218 Box Number 33 Series 2
2-214 The Plastic War, and Other Press Cuttings 1989

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on the greening of business, Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act, Very Fast Train, East Gippsland logging, sea pollution, fall of Soviet empire, algal threat to Bay, climate change, McTruth, greenhouse backlash, Victorian Environment Protection Authority, Torquay sewage alert, abalone poachers, battery hens, Melbourne smog, Senator Richardson (Federal Minister for the Environment) on Kakadu mining, Amory Lovins talk in Melbourne on energy waste, driftnet bans, profile on Philip Toyne (Director Australian Conservation Foundation), garbage glut, extinctions.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB219
Date range 1989    Quantity 1 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0219 Box Number 34 Series 2
2-215 Battle Begins to Eradicate the European Wasp, and Other Press Cuttings 1990

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on green fashion, Morocco oil spill, gene banks, sick buildings, Amazon deforestation, soil degradation, greenhouse effect planning for Bay, Jacques Cousteau calls for Antarctic park, oyster farming, East Gippsland logging, rare. fish in Koonung creek, solar energy, long-footed potoroo threatened by logging, genetic engineering, native grass conservation, Rainbow Warrior protests on driftnets, Sir Ninian Stephen (Ambassador for the Environment) on Antarctic mining ban, IBM sponsors environment award, Very Fast Train, summit on East Gippsland logging, salination, green consumerism.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB220
Date range 1990    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0220 Box Number 34 Series 2
2-216 Beach Targets in Clean-Up, and Other Press Cuttings 1990

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on East Gippsland logging protests, animal experimentation, Ok Tedi pollution, Bob Brown supports protests, Exxon Valdez oil spill, Senator Richardson (Federal Minister for the Environment) on Kakadu mining, Queensland ALP promises to protect Fraser Island, Clean Up Australia Day, green consumerism, miners influence school students, greens electoral strategy, kangaroo culling, NSW logging protests, Michael Barnard critical of greens, Tasmanian Green independants, industry stifled by green regulations, packaging, Very Fast Train imact on native fauna, driftnet bans, Hamburger Action Group takes McDonalds to court, wind power, endangered species, Dr Bob Brown.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB221
Date range 1990    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0221 Box Number 34 Series 2
2-217 Desperately Seeking Trainee Scientists, and Other Press Cuttings 1990

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on waste recycling, contaminated land, Greenpeace, greening of business, urban sprawl, President Bush stalls on global warming, John Kerin (Federal Primary Industries Minister) opposes paying states to end logging, Senator Richardson (Federal Minister for the Environment) offers $12m to Victoria to stop East Gippsland logging, environmental taxes, Garry Weaven (ACTU Assitant Secretary) calls for environmental arbitration system, Ninety Mile Beach oil slick, states rights battle over enviroment, NSW logging protests, sewage overflows in Melbourne, loggers blockade highway, chemical threat to Great Barrier Reef, loggers protests in Melbourne, green votes.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB222
Date range 1990    Quantity 2.5 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0222 Box Number 34 Series 2
2-218 Greenhouse Has Become a World-Wide Fad - Are We Getting Warmer, and Other Press Cuttings 1990

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on greenhouse effect, loggers protests, Greenpeace protests against Caltex and BHP, chemicals in food, elm leaf beetle, State-Federal talks on East Gippsland logging, anti-green backlash, Australian Conservation Foundation and Wilderness Society questionaaire. to political parties for preference decision, Sir Ninian Stephen (Australian Ambassador for the Environment), Dr David Bellamy on green business, mimosa weed threatens Kakadu, wildlife, green parties to run in Federal election, Antarctic park plan, soil degradation.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB223
Date range 1990    Quantity 2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0223 Box Number 34 Series 2
2-219 Conservation Chief Named, and Other Press Cuttings 1934-1990

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Age, Herald, Sun and various regional and interstate papers on fishing, fish hatchery, waste, Port Phillip Bay pipeline union ban, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher says pollution worlds No1 problem, anti-green backlash, Very Fast Train impact on East Gippsland, Mr Goss (Queensland Premier) backs down on Fraser Island logging, John Cain (Victorian Premier) to stop VFT going through sensitive areas, genetic engineering, Ros Kelly apointed Environment Minister and thought to be weak, John Sinclair (Fraser Island Defence Organisation), Greenpeace alerts government to Nufarm toxic waste at Werribee, Yarra Bend Park threatened by Willsmere. property development, EPA finds dioxins in Nufarm discharge, Board of Works to take tough stand on chemical effluent, Hollywood stars go green, Mallee grazing controversy, Chernobladation legacy, environmental destruction of Vietnam war, Greenpeace slammed by chemical industry, protest against Mallee park, Bob Hawke (Prime Minister) on referendum on environmental powers for Comonwealth, green companies, green fashion; ephemera relating to talks by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB224
Date range 1934 - 1990    Quantity 3 cm, 1 file
Formats General Correspondence, Ephemera, News Clippings and Lists
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0224 Box Number 34 Series 2
2-220 The New Mum Was Shy, and Other Press Cuttings 1970

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Melbourne Herald and Sun on zoo animals, royal visit to Arthur Rylah Institute of Environmental Studies.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB225
Date range 1970    Quantity 0.2 cm, 1 file
Formats News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0225 Box Number 34 Series 2
2-221 Press Cuttings 1952-1988

Contains press cuttings mainly from the Denver Post, Los Angeles Times, Knoxville Journal, The Oregonian, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle Times, Melbourne Herald and Sun on native animals, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on native bird exports, game regulations, Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on need to breed fish for recreational fishermen, National Parks Act 1956, hunting, chemicals, Sir Macfarlane Burnet on role of science in solving world's problems, dam, Victorian National Parks Association newsletter with article by Alfred Dunbavin Butcher on American National Parks; The McAnad News, vol. 11, no. 5 (1955); ephemera.

Includes some overseas material.

Creator Alfred Dunbavin Butcher
Control ASAPB226
Date range 1952 - 1971    Quantity 0.5 cm, 1 file
Formats Ephemera and News Clippings
Inventory Identifier BUTCB0226 Box Number 34 Series 2

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