The Old Guv Girls.

Top Row (left to right): Pam Phillips, Aggie Klappers, Colleen Farrow, Chris Fitzpatrick. Bottom Row (left to right): Charmaine Ely, Jenny Easther, Chris Wallace and Louise Farrington. All of these nice Ladies attended the Old Guv Reunion at the Buckingham Arms Hotel in 2010. Photo by Mark Noble. Rod Parham

Rod ‘Washy’ Stone & Graham ‘Sleepy’ Mutrie.

Pictured: Rod Stone (Ten Pound Pom, devoted Monarchist, Compositor and very funny man) and Graham Mutrie (Compositor, excellent Intertype Operator, anti-monarchist and mad Eagles footy supporter). No-one I know calls Graham by his real name. To everyone he is just ‘Sleepy’. Here they are at the 2010 Old Guv Reunion held at the Buckingham Arms. […]

Chris and Louise.

Chris Wallace (Binding Room Office) and Louise Farrington (Binding Room and Micrographics, Adelaides) are both still working in Adelaide (I think). These two very nice ladies attended the Old Guv Reunion in 2010, held at the Buckingham Arms Hotel, Walkerville. Photo by Mark Noble.

Peter Jordan.

Peter Jordan, worked in the Comp. Room, at North Terrace and at the Netley Complex and is now retired after working up in the Far North of South Australia for quite some time. Prized possession: Triumph Bonneville 1978, made in the United Kingdom. Also, loves hard, edgy Rock Music and the Entertainment Room he built […]

Helen and Jack Flack, OGL Reunion 2010.

Helen is a real livewire and great conversationalist. Jack a former Reader and Comp. is now quite an accomplished photographer with the Noarlunga and Southern District Camera Club. Along with Noel Maddock and others, Jack has produced an excellent…

Ron, Grant and Rob.

Pictured at the Old Guv Legends Reunion in 2010 held at the Buckingham Arms Hotel we have from left, Ron Garland, the late Grant Bonser and Rob Davies. Ron and Grant worked in Despatch and the stores area whilst Rob Davies worked in Finance. Photo by Mark Noble.

Ann Hall.

Ann Hall, lives in Canberra and has been there for almost 20 years, working in Publishing. Ann was an Outstanding Apprentice in the Old Guv Photomechanical Section and then went on to work for Griffin Press Publishing.

John McInerney and Ramon Evans.

Both Compositors from the 1960’s onwards (I think). Mac terrorised me in my first year at the Guv. He broke my type gauge by running it through the cogs on one of the huge proofing presses they had in the Comp Room.. Ramon on the other had some st…