Green’s Dictionary of Slang

trammie n.

also trammy

(Aus./N.Z.) the driver or conductor of a tram.

[Aus]Register (Adelaide) 23 July 9/8: From ‘Trammie’: Mr Hill, MP [...] and the Secretary of the Adelaide Tramway Employers Association.
[Aus]Sun. Times (Perth) 24 June 17/2: ‘The Trammie’s Tale’ [....] ‘Ting-a-ling’ goes the gong and off we go.
[Aus]Mirror (Perth) 28 Mar. 3/5: [headline] Trammie Held Up. Conductor’s bag Stolen.
[Aus]West Australian (Perth) 15 May 13/4: Firstly the traffic policeman blows [...] next the trammie and lastly the postman.
[Aus]Mirror (Perth) 30 Mar. 6: [headline] £200 Damages for ‘Milko’ Who Lost Wife to ‘Trammie’.
[Aus]Argus (Melbourne) 13 Aug. 9/1: Mr. J.N. Rawlings swung down from his tram cab[...] as he finished the last mile of his life as a ‘trammie’.
[NZ]N. Hilliard Maori Girl 140: The trammie sauntered towards him, the money jingling in the box.
[Aus]S. Gore Holy Smoke 56: It’s no good whipping the cat if a man’s such a dill as to come the double on anyone – like tryin’ to scale the trammie for your fare.
[NZ] McGill Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl.