THE public had its first taste of draught beer for nearly a month in city hotels this morning. Barmaids were kept busy attending to customers. –The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld) Wednesday 13 October 1937.
DRINKERS last night rushed this hotel in the city — one of the few which adhered to the promise during the week to open for trading on Saturday afternoon and night. –Sunday Mail (Brisbane) Sunday 22 June 1947.
YOUNG city barmaid Dawn Jones, 22, thinks good-looking barmaids are good for custom. She said yesterday that a barmaid with a cheery smile and a young personality helped “tired businessmen forget their worries”. Dawn, of Wellington Road, East Brisbane, rejected… Read More ›