In 1954, internal disruptions within the Futurian Society of Sydney (F.S.S.) began to affect the group's ability to function and by 1955 the situation had become so bad that the Society's membership collapsed. For the next four years, the F.S.S. was kept alive largely through the efforts of Graham Stone. In 1959, he began publishing Notes and Comments, with some assistance from Alan South and Kevin Dillon. The journal ceased when Stone was offered a job in Canberra and the F.S.S. subsequently went into hibernation.
Source: Vol Molesworth. A History of Australian Fandom 1935-1963, pp.57-59.