A great many stories about the legendary barmaid known as Cockney Liz circulate, many of them rumours. That the classy barmaid became famous not only for her musical abilities but also for her regular offerings of herself on auction to the highest bidder, is true. But little is actually known about her beyond her time in Barberton.
But a recent discovery of her diaries has uncovered enough of a story to mean the making of a movie about Elizabeth Jane Webster that connects her, not only directly to the Barberton daisy, but also to the robber’s grave in Pilgrim’s Rest. Continued