BULLER Churchill, bulldog mascot of the Brisbane Naval Depot, was A.W.L. yesterday afternoon, and will be confined to barracks for a week for his misbehaviour. He wandered away from the depot early in the afternoon and went on a ‘pub… Read More ›
By MICK ROBERTS © The Bowles spinsters were two tough old Brisbane hoteliers who reigned over their wharfies’ pub with iron fists for more than 40 years. Their pub, The Atlas, traded on the opposite corner from The Ship Inn… Read More ›
Draught beer being loaded on to trucks at the Castlemaine Perkins Brewery at Milton this morning, for delivery to city hotels. –The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld.) Wednesday 13 October 1937
SISTERS Lizzie , Millie and Elsie Stephens, of Torrens Street, Annerley, are trying to solve a £6,000 mystery. The “Brisbane Telegraph” received word today that first prize in an inter-State consultation was won by ticket No. 24295. It was bought in the name “Sisters”, c/- Miss Elsie Stephens, Torrens… Read More ›
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.