The Thursday Quote

‘‘Most of the pubs were blood houses; on Saturdays they also became betting shops when the railway gangers and shearers came into town. Bank managers, teachers, clergymen and doctors didn’t hang about the pubs; society said their vocations were ‘respectable’. Women didn’t go into them either.’’

Les Carlyon on Australia in 1915
Gallipoli (2001)

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