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Berger & Sons Paint Works, Rhodes, Sydney, 2nd August 1937

Berger & Sons Paint Works, Rhodes, Sydney, 2nd August 1937. Operating since 1916, Berger was (and still is) a popular local brand (who can forget “keeps on keeping on”). In 1923 Berger Paints contributed 22,7125 litres of paint to the construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge to protect the bridge steelwork, so they’re an important part of Sydney’s history. Rhodes


Collins Street, looking east from Queens Street, Melbourne, 1883

Australia’s first stock exchange, located at Collins Street, looking east from Queens Street, Melbourne, 1883. In the 18 October 1852 issue of the ‘Argus’, Edward Khull listed 14 companies in which investors could buy shares. This was the first stock listing in Australia and led to the formation of the Melbourne Brokers Association, which traded from rented space in the


Bank of Australasia, Chiltern, c1880

The former Chiltern of the Bank of Australasia was designed by Anketell Matthew Henderson of Reed & Barnes Architects and constructed in 1877. The building was a fully operational branch of the Bank of Australasia until 1943 when it closed and became a private residence. The Bank building has also been an Italian Restaurant, the Mulberry Tree Tearooms/B&B and The


Gold Escort, Bathurst, 1872

During the Australian Gold Rush, escorts were required to transport gold – not totally unlike modern armoured vehicle transport. This photograph was taken in Bathurst in 1872. The first gold rush in Australia began in May 1851 after prospector Edward Hargraves with others claimed to have discovered payable gold near Orange, at a site called Ophir. Hargraves had been to


The Commercial Bank, Bourke, c1885

The Commercial Bank, Bourke, NSW, c1885. The town of Bourke is located in the north-west of New South Wales, Australia. Bourke is approximately 800 kilometres (500 mi) north-west of the state capital, Sydney, on the south bank of the Darling River. The Commercial Bank of Australia Limited (ironically abbreviated CBA) was an Australian and New Zealand retail bank which operated


Bendigo Stock Exchange, Bendigo, c1880

The Bendigo Stock Exchange in Bendigo, Australia, c1880. The Bendigo Stock Exchange traces its roots to the 1860s, when gold prospectors needed access to capital to build deep mining shafts under the city. Pictured is the Beehive building in Bendigo which hosted the original mining exchange in the 19th century.


City Bank of Sydney, Newtown Branch, 1892

City Bank of Sydney Newtown Branch, 1892. Pictured looking west from near Newtown Railway Station across from the intersection of King Street and Enmore Road. The City Bank of Sydney was formed in 1863 in New South Wales. The bank subsequently opened for business on 1st February 1864. The bank merged with the Australian Bank of Commerce Ltd in 1916,


The English, Scottish & Australian (ES&A) Bank, RSL Memorial Hall, Cleveland, 1940

The English, Scottish & Australian (ES&A) Bank in RSL Memorial Hall, Cleveland (SE Brisbane), 1940. This location in a side room of the RSL Memorial Hall in Cleveland. In 1921, the London Bank of Australia – which had operated agencies in Cleveland, Redland Bay and Wellington Point from Roma street in Brisbane – was absorbed into the English, Scottish and


Bank of NSW Tent, West Wyalong Goldfields, c1893

A Bank of New South Wales ‘tent branch’ in the goldfields at West Wyalong, c1893. At the time, it was normal for ‘Branch Managers’ to be issued with dogs, a gun, and strong boxes! The year was 1816, and Australia was divided into different British colonies. The colonies traded with each other and foreign merchants under a barter system. At


Bank of NSW, Melbourne, c1870

The Bank of NSW, Melbourne, c1870. The Head Office building of The Bank of New South Wales was designed by prolific Melbourne architect Joseph Reed and constructed at 368″374 Collins St, Melbourne, in 1856″1857. The faade of the Bank of New South Wales building is prized as a leading example of mid nineteenth century Renaissance Revival architecture in Melbourne. Structural


London Chartered Bank of Australia, Brisbane, 1889

The London Chartered Bank of Australia (from 1893, the London Bank of Australia) was an English-run Australian bank which operated from 1852 to 1921. The bank was formed in October 1852, with the issuing of a prospectus and granting of a Royal Charter for a new London-based joint stock bank to operate in the colonies of New South Wales and

Commbank Website, 1995

Commonwealth Bank’s First Website, 1995

A look back at the first Commonwealth Bank website back in 1995. Just two years later in 1997, and riddled with serious security holes, NetBank launched, offering 24-hour internet transaction banking services ” a first among the majors in Australian banking.