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Blacksmith's Cottage and Forge
Bottle opener, Carlton, 1920-1930... FOSTER'S LAGER, VICTORIA BITTER, cARLTON INVALID STOUT.... LAGER, VICTORIA BITTER, cARLTON INVALID STOUT. Used to prise ...Used to prise open crown seals on bottlesLocal historyTriangular shape handle with small rectangle opener on end. Made entirely from Britannia metal with inscriptions on handle.FOSTER'S LAGER, VICTORIA BITTER, cARLTON INVALID STOUT.
Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre)
Labels, Ballarat Bertie Beer Labels... invalid stout... carlton and united breweries labels stickers invalid stout ...A number of labels and stickers relating to the Ballarat Brewery and Ballarat Bertie.ballarat bertie, ballarat brewery, carlton and united breweries, labels, stickers, invalid stout
Parks Victoria - Gabo Island Lightstation
Bottle... Abbotsford Invalid Stout in 1909), Abbots Lager, Melbourne Bitter... became Abbotsford Invalid Stout in 1909), Abbots Lager, Melbourne ...This dark brown bottle with lip, collar, neck and gently sloping shoulder, was made by the Bottle Co. of Victoria P/L for Melbourne Bitter. The Parks Victoria inventory indicates that the bottle dates to 1925. Still brewed today, Melbourne Bitter has been made since 1904, when the Melbourne Cooperative Brewery in Abbotsford was formed by well known pub owners that included Henry Young of Young & Jacksons, and future Lord Mayor Sir Stephen Morrell. They made four beers – Abbotsford Stout (which became Abbotsford Invalid Stout in 1909), Abbots Lager, Melbourne Bitter and Abbotsford Sparkling Ale. Of those, Melbourne Bitter and the Invalid Stout remain largely unchanged and both are now brewed by the South African owned CUB. The bottle was found in the sea or on the island.Whatever their provenance, they have an association with an event or activity on Gabo Island and for this reason have second level contributory significance for their potential to yield information relating to the cultural history of the lightstation.Dark brown glass bottle, tall with gradual tapering to a narrow opening. Slightly misshapen. White coating on one side.Within a club motif, "M.B.C.V" "The property of the manufacturers. / Bottle co of Victoria Pty Ltd" "6 1925"
Port Melbourne Historical & Preservation Society
Photograph - Rose Family, 1920 - 1942... - licenced grocer ballarat invalid stout brian hansen ...Four sepia photographs copied from originals. .01 - Photograph of Roland Thomas Rose in car and son Frank William (Bill) Rose beside car c 1925. .02 - Hilda Annie Rose outside 168 Ross Street - R T Rose Licenced grocer c 1930 .03 - Brian Hanson (donor's uncle) and Bill Rose with unknown man outside wooden doors of 168 Ross Street c 1941 .04 Sadie Ford and Bill Rose c 1942 in backyard of 168 Ross Street (donor's father and great aunt)Names and dates on back of photosbuilt environment - commercial, business and traders - wine and spirits, roland thomas rose, frank william rose, bill rose, sadie ford, ross street, r t rose - licenced grocer, ballarat invalid stout, brian hansen