Bulli Workers Club

Pub customers’ loose change spurred the famous ‘Bulli Copper Derby’

By Syd Fairs* DURING the mid 1960s when middies of beer were nine cents and schooners a few cents more, customers generally left their copper change on the bars of local pubs where licensees usually donated this money to charity…. Read More ›

‘Terrible place, a pub with no beer’… The ‘schooner war’ and beer rationing

By MICK ROBERTS ©  “THERE’S nothin’ so lonesome, morbid or drear, than to stand in the bar of a pub with no beer”; so goes the lyrics made famous by legendary country music entertainer, the late, great Slim Dusty. Slim Dusty’s… Read More ›

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