'A three-course meal'
People who lived out bush in the early days had to be resilient and self-sufficent. Kath and Eileen were two Tim and Kitty O’Shea’s daughters (they had six in all).The O’Shea’s ran a blacksmith’s shop and later, boarding house in Emungalan, and after the bridge was built, ‘O’Shea’s Railway Hotel’ in Katherine in 1927.
The blacksmith’s shop was a vital in keeping transportation of goods through the town. Eileen recalled.
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|1-Jan-2009||‘A three-course meal…’||-||Mahony, Kath|