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A Water Bag and Billy Tea
Life for the wheat lumper working in the bush in the 1930's was rough and ready. Home was usually a tent with few bare essentials like an all purpose basin, a water bag, billy can box table, a few jars and a hurricane lamp. The pay was about one pound four shillings and nine pence a day. Despite harsh conditions, most had fond memories of these times with nights spent around the camp fire with billy tea and listening to the sounds of the bush.
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