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... a big part in the early days of Broken Hill.
The Rose garden was in memory of those killed at Port Arthur.
We then found a couple of interesting buildings, one being the historic Synagogue.
A place that had a tower and parapets apparently isn't listed anywhere but a gentleman sitting in his garden opposite, said that he had been told that it was the first hospital, but he couldn't swear to it as he has never seen it in any brochures.
Next on our list ...
... today they flew to Tibooburra (373km away) for the weekly Tuesday
clinic whilst another crew drove 100km to Menindee for their scheduled
visit. As well as general medicine they
provide women’s health care including midwifery, drug and alcohol
awareness/prevention, dentistry, mental health assessment and treatment, as
well as monitoring the palliative needs of cancer patients. On staff there is a Jane McGrath Foundation
funded breast care nurse ...
... BP Card and since the have an Captive Audience here in BH arguing was not helping.... paid but will when ever I have an choice avoid BP and give Shell the Business instead....." cappichee " ... The Station attendant just does his Job and he does not not care for the moment..... but Maybe one Day when Fuel Sales are reaching the bottom BP will think about it. On the way into Town on my Bicycle I got attacked by and Black and White Bird about the size of ...
... t really need it as we'd already had an explanation for The Ghan. After the train had left Adelaide it has to backtrack up the line till it gets to Crystal Brook where it goes on to the east-west line. We saw some of the same country that we'd seen last Friday but from a different aspect. We had gone down to the Outback Lounge where there's a better view. The lounge was pretty full with a very noisy bunch who'd been on a 'shop-a-docket' cruise from Brisbane so they knew each ...