THE Sydney Sun reports . . .

. . . that the city council has placed a bubbling water fountain outside the main entrance to a large local brewery.

Drinking fountain at the tram waiting sheds outside Sydney Railway Square (Central) 1930s. Photo: City of Sydney Archives.

Whether this is a hint on the part of the city council for the brewery employees to get on the ‘water- wagon’ is not known, but it is a coincidence that quite a number of the officers of the council are prohibitionists, and that the placing of the fountains is in their hands.

-The Register (Adelaide, SA) Wednesday 12 June 1918.
by Mick Roberts, Time Gents website


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