Adam Carr's where I'm getting most of the info from.I know Adam Carr has pretty comprehensive results, but I don't know about boundaries.
Also, regarding the blues, are you just revamping them or the rest of the color pallete?
Update: they were, in fact, the 1934 set. I also found a map of the 1922 set, so here we go again.Quick disclaimer: I'm not actually sure if these are the 1922 or 1934 boundaries. The map was printed in 1930 according to metadata, but it also shows the Division of Watson rather than South Sydney, a name change that only came in with the 1934 redistribution, so... take it all with a grain of salt.
Oh, that’d do it then. AFAICT it got city status in 1907, so I have to assume it was the usual mining boomtown “obviously we’re going to keep growing forever” optimism.If I had to guess, I'd say Broken Hill had city status because it was the only really major settlement of its size in the Western District and was, even in the 1940s, a pretty solid mining community (IIRC from my own Australia research, it was home to one of the richest silver veins in the world).
Well, on the plus side, the only way is up, unless North Korea ever releases the fake figures for their "elections".