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Letter No. The crew are very busy getting the through mails on deck at this minute, so that there will be no delay when we arrive at censored tonight. The Mountain towering above the Lighthouse- it was on a high hill near the waterfront- must have been close on 2, ft. I can only describe it as an irregular summit top.
Our boat seemed very inificant in comparison. As the sun arose, we could see that the place was absolutely barren, no vegetation being visible anywhere, except just on the waterfront, where the town of ? This seemed to follow right along the edge of the water to the Lighthouse, censored. The town itself was not very big as towns go. Many of the big buildings were quite conspicuous, as they were built on the mountain slope, as was the Town Clock, whose ring as the hours flew by, could be easily heard on board.
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The coast on our port side is gradually getting fainter as darkness deepens. Land is also close on our starboard bow. Our boys got hold of a chorus they used while working.
It was started by one man who clapped his hands in accompaniment the others ing in as he finished. It is really funnier that it looks, when adutl hear the real thing.
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Their canoes, only big enough for one or two persons looked very frail. Of course no leave was granted on of our very short stay- worse luck. There were not very many vessels at censored while we were there. It was funny to see the different sizes of fellows who were pitted against one another. Have you seen anything of Clive Smith? Has he persnal yet with the Reinforcements?
I met by accident, a young chap of our name who is aboard here working. I csll see him when he is off duty for a few hours down near our quarters.
I hope so anyhow! The trip to Melbourne must have given him a chance to pick up a bit. Did they all enjoy themselves over there? How are you getting on with the Land at Chatswood? The rates must be due now, wish I was home to fix them up. Has she been causing any chatt lately. Am longing only for words of some kind from home, but I suppose I must be patient. X X X Must excuse this had to hurry to catch the mail which closes at 7. Posted Alexandria, Cairo, 14 Jan I should have written you a couple of days ago, only being strange to the place, none of us knew just where we stood as to parade hours, meal hours, leave etc.
My 7 Letter to you, was written a day before we reached Suez, so I must continue on from there. The train passed close to the canal, there several steamers were passing slowly. The train did not seem to be in much of a hurry on ouras she stopped everywhere irvime no apparent reason. Fhat was tons of fun with the Egyptian residents at Nefiche Junction where line goes to Pt.
I find it will be as well to put our Reinforcement No. We eventually got to our railway destination about 10 pm that night, after nearly 10 hours of monotonous travel over about miles of rotten country.
Next day we removed into tents temporarily, till the new Huts are finished; they are putting them up very fast so we shall soon be comfortable. There seems to be big tenement houses there, in lieu of slums, for the nigger population. I was writing this in the Y. The other big Hospital, known as the Heliopolis Base, is some distance away.
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The ordinary "Fishing-rod poles, as you have in Sydney, are used in the more crowded portions. My God! How can I describe it to you, who are innocent as I was. The Y. From the town, our pilot took us in a "garry jinker to the Museum, just near the City. To enter cost 2 piastres 5d. I think. One can hardly realise things that far back, can they? We got rid of one tonight just before I came out to write this.
I overheard him telling this fellow of the equipment boots etc. Oh, there are some beauties here!
We are getting drill pumped into us now with a will. Up at 5. Parade at 6. Cave as before, posted from Cairo and ed 8.
They tell us that in the Summer it is something cruel. A peculiar thing about this sand is that when it is wet you can make it like cement. I am making new ones every day. Kind regards as usual to all enquiring friends. Envelope addressed to Mr. Cave as before, postmarked from Cairo. Same as on and ed 8 [ 37] Letter No 9 with Y. January 23rd from Aerodrome Camp. Heliopolis, Egypt. But I do not want you to worry at all, as that will do no good.
It is hard for me to keep on writing like this, as there is nothing very new to pedsonal you this week. I would like to be answering one of yours from home for a change, but I suppose one will soon come now, at any rate. I am living in hopes of receiving something very shortly. I have just come from the Church Parade of the 1st. Training Battalion. Each Bat. Our Band plays the Hymns while we sing. We Australians, are undoubtedly in a very peculiar position in Egypt at this time, being the youngest of the new nations, or countries, residing temporary of course in the oldest land in the World.
There are no slums, the native lower classes residing in what appear to be flats. Our Battalion was taken on a very interesting route march [ 38] 2nd. Spasm one day last week. There are no s of a town there, except a row of ruins that may have been houses many hundreds of years ago. I could make out Birds, Snakes or Scorpions, men, animals etc.
On the way to another interesting place, we saw at close quarters one of the old water wheels that are so often mentioned in old Egyptian books. I could not see where the water was coming from, as there was no river near. Perhaps it was an underground one, or a personsl. The women here do a lot of manual labour in the fields.
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We saw many working amongst the cane, carrying bundles of it on their he. Axult am talking of a railway from Cairo to Jerusalem, you understand! The same old class of water-wheel was here, but of course is not used to draw the water now, being preserved as one of the relics of Egypt. The water in it, was supposed to be at that time, the only sweet drinking water in the district, the P. You can also see Egyptn.
But I think I am pretty right as far as [indecipherable] goes. Drill followed as usual in the afternoon. I have not been in Persnoal since I wrote you last, so I girs tell you anything new yet. There are more aeroplanes to be seen overhead here in one place as one would see in a life-time in Aust. I have great admiration for our Flying men they are brave fellows. Saw one distinctly "Loop the Loop the other afternoon. It was great.
With Love etc. Harrie X X Envelope post marked Cairo, addressed as before and ed 9. January 30th