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New Zealand Memories Issue 20



Contents

Eat your heart out David Tua 322

Jean Batten –

Hine o te Rangi – Daughter of the skies 324

The Royal Navy visits 328

20 College Hill 330

The previously neglected art
of New Zealand silver 334

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Images from the regions:

(Wellington/Wairarapa 336

A profile: Hannah King Letheridge 348

Captain James Cook 349

Slice of life

(Rose’s overflow 352

Old Bill’s Soliloquy 354

Readers’ responses

‘Bycrofts’  biscuits

>Images from the region:

Canterbury 359

Call to the colonies 370

George Cleghorn and the band rotunda 374

Rangitoto Island 377

Rugby Highlights of 1888 and 1987 382

Editor’s choice:

The Kelsey children

Cover

Jean flew her Gipsy Moth to towns up and down New Zealand during her 1934 tour.

Still in her flying suit, she is welcomed to Gisborne.

Courtesy: Royal Air Force Museum, England.

 


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Index Issue 20

A

A B class engine 367

Active brig 348

ADDISON Darkie 327

Addison’s Flat 327

Adventure 350

Aeroplane 324-326

Afric SS 370

Aircraft 324-326

Akaroa 363

All Blacks 384

ANDERSON Dr 375

Anglican Church 373

Appendectomy 375

Aquitania 328-329

Armistice Day Parade 342

Auckland 330-333,377-379

Auckland-Well Express 341

AUSTIN Tom 322

Aviation 324-326

Avon River 368

 

B

Baches 377-379

Bagpipes 361

BALANCE John 375

Band of Hope groups 370

Band Rotunda 321,374-376

Bank of NZ 360

BANKS Sir Joseph 349,351

BATTEN   Jean 324-326

               Rick 324-326

Bay of Islands 348

BAYLDON FJB 351

Beacon End 377-379

Beer 332

BENSON Mary 332

Bible class 370-373

Biscuits 357

Blenheim Borough Council 374

Blenheim Hospital 375

Blenheim 321,374-376

Bluestone 360

BLYTT Albert 334-335

Boer War 376

BOOTH Mr 346

Boxer 322

Boxing 348

BOYCE George 352-353

BRAGGE James 344

Brass Band 368

Bridle path 366

Brights Disease 375

British Admiralty 349

British Medical Assn 375

Brittania Picture Theatre 333

Brodick Castle 375

Broken River 367

BULL Ted 377-379

BURNETT Mr TD 364-365

Buses 341

Bush mill 354-355

Bush settlers 346

Bushmen 354-355

BUTLER Samuel 366

Bycrofts 357

 

C

Camps 372

Canterbury Co-op Assn 362

Canterbury Railway Soc 366

Canterbury Railways 334-335

Casa Coma 340

Cascade 366

Castlecliff Railway Co 328-329

Charts 349

CHAYTOR Mr JC 375

Child allowance 332

Childrens clothing 338

CHISHOLM Judith 324-326

Christchurch 366,368

Christianity 370-373

CHRISTIE Dr 375

Chrysler 341

Church Army 370-373

Church of Good Shepherd 364-365

Church 364-365,370-373

CLAPHAM   George 348

             Hannah Elizabeth  348

             Maryann 348

             Thomas George 348 

CLARKSON Rex 3 72

CLEGHORN
George 321,374-376

             Harriet 375

Cleghorn
Memorial 321,374-376

Clothing 343

COLLINS William 334-335

Commer 341

CONEY Fred 377-379

Confectionery 357

Conservation 377-379

Construction work 352-353

COOK James 349

Corsetry 338

Cotteral Chemist 333

Cruiser 328-329

CRUTCH Jack 328-329

Cycling band 368

 

D

Dancing 361

Danish 346

DAVYS Rev GP 370

Days Bay 337

De Havilland 324-326

Debt collecting 332-333

Discovery 350

DOBSON Alfred 374

Dreadnought 328-329

Dressmakers 337

Dryerton Camp 346

Dutch East India Co 349

 

E

Earl of Pembroke 351

Eden Park 383-384

Employment 346

Endeavour HMS 349-351

Erewhon Station 322

Erewhon 322

European settlers 366

Ewart’s Hall 375

 

F

Falkland Islands 351

FANCOURT Archdeacon T 370

Farmers 343

Fashion 338-339,343

FERASSE Albert 384

Ferry 364-365

Ferrymead Bridge 366

Ferrymead Chronicle 366

Ferrymead 366

FITZPATRICK Sean 384

Flight 324-326

Forum The 376

FOX Grant 384

Freemans Bay 330-333

FURNEAUX Tobias 350

G

Garrison Band 374

Girls’ Friendly Soc 370

Gisborne 349

Globe Hotel 375

Golden Bay 349

Golfing 339

GOODWIN Mrs 331

Greenstone 375

GREENWOOD Tracey 332

Greytown 344-345

Groceries 330-333

Grocers 330-333

Guns 328-329

Gypsy Moth 324-326

 

H

HALE Fred 374

Halifax Woollen Mills 370

HALL       Mr 348

               Dinah 348

Hallmarking 334-335

HANSEN  Elizabeth 348

               Hannah King 348

               Thomas J 348

Harbour work 346

HART Eric 377-379

Hawaii 349

Hawera Star 328-329

Hawera 328-329

HAY John 364-365

Haymaking 343

Health Department 333

Heathcote Arms 366

Heathcote River 366

Heathcote 366

Heavyweight boxing 348

Hermitage 359

HIGGS Caleb 375

Hine o te Rangi 324-326

Holidays 377-379

HOLLAND Nathaniel Dance 349

HORNE Dr LK 375

Horsedrawn cart 345

Hotel licence 364-365

HUCKSTEPP Elizabeth 348

Humboldt 346

Hutt River Board 340

Hydro extractor 339

Hydrodam 364-365

 

I

IGA 330-333

Illustrated London News 383

Immigrants 331,346,366

Immigrants 366,370

Int Rugby Board 384

Ironwork 374-376

Islington Bay 377-379

Itinerant work 322

 

J

James Smith Ltd 338-339

JONES HS 363

JONES Michael 384

 

K

Kauri gum 348

Kauri trees 354-355

Keewaydin 340

Kelceys Bush 361

KELSEY family 384

Kennaway Bros 366

King Dick 363

King Edward VII 375

King George V 376

KING Thomas Holloway 348

KIRK David 384

KIRWAN John 384          

Kiwitea 340

Kopuaranga Camp 346

Kowai River Viaduct 367

 

L

Land 346

Legends 343

LETHERIDGE Hannah King 348

      Jeremiah 348

LEVY Nellie 337

LONG Alfred 357

Los Boliches 325-326

Lower Hutt Council 340

Lower Hutt 340

Lower Wairau
River Board 352-353

Lutterworth Bell 340

Lyttelton 366

 

M

MacKERSEY Ian 324

Main Trunk Railway 370

Makatote 373

Mangaakuta 343

Maori family 343

Maori football team 383

Maori pa 351

Maori 322,345,349-351

Maps 349

MAQASSER PSK 334-335

Marae 343

Maritime Museum 340

Market Place 374

Marlborough Express 374

Marlborough 321,374-376

MARSDEN RevSamuel 348

MARSHMAN John 334-335

MARTIN Josiah 322

Masterton Armistice Day 342

Masterton 342,343    

Maui House 343

Maui 343

Mauriceville 346

McCARTNEY V 377-379

McINTOSH Mr 376

McKenzie Country 364-365

McKIRDY Robert 346

Meeting house 345

Mercury Bay 351

Mills 354-355

Mission Hall 370-372

Missionaries 348

Missioner 370-373

Missions 370-373

MITCHELL John 340

Mitchell Park 340

Mokoia 370

Moorhouse Station 366

MOSSOP Harriet Louisa 375

MOTAT 324-326

Mothers Union 370

Motorcycles 363

Moturoa 328-329

MOUNTAIN
George Pinn 348

               Walter 348

               Walter Clapham 348

Mt Cook gaol 370

Mt Cook Motor Co 359

Mt Cook 359

Mt John 364-365

Mt Ruapehu 372

Mullet canning 348

MUNRO Bill 377-379    

Murderer’s Bay 349

 

N

Navy 328-329

Neurosurgery 375

New Plymouth 328-329

New Zealand HMS 328-329

NORRIS Mrs 331

Northland 348

Novo Zeelandia 349

 

O

O’BRIAN Leyland 357

Otarama 367

 

P

Pa 351

Pacific Ocean 350

PAINTER FW 368

Papawai Pa 345

Paraparaumu 341

Pareora Dam 361

Pareora River 361

Pareora 361

PARKINSON Sydney 349

PEDERSEN Anders 346

Percival Gull 324-326

Petersen & Co 334-335

Photographer 345

Picnic 337,361

PLUNKETT Lord 370

Plus fours 339

Polynesians 331-332

Ponsonby Post Office 333

Ponsonby 330-333

POOLEY Mr 377-379

Port Hills 366

Poverty Bay 350

Prince Philip 321

Prison labour 377-379

Public work schemes 346

Public Works Dept 372

PUDNEY Mrs 331

Pukaki River 364-365

Purerua Store 348

 

Q

Queen Elizabeth II 321

 

R

Radley Bridge 366

Rail 341

Railway work 346

Railway 328-329,367,370,372

Rangihoua Pa 348

Rangitoto Band 377-379

Rangitoto Beacon 377-379

Rangitoto Island 377-379

Rangitoto Kiosk 377-379

Rangitoto Wharf 377-379

Raurimu 373

REIRI family 343

Reserves committee 340

Resolution 350

Rimutaka railway 346

Road work 346

Rob Roy 331

RODMAN Doug 364-365

                  Peggy 364-365

Rose’s Overflow 352-353

Rotorua 324-326

Rotunda 321,374-376

Rowing 368

Royal Navy 328-329,351

Rugby 383-384

 

S

Sailors 350

SAMUELS Wati 332-333

SANDSTEIN Marcus 334-335

Sawmill 384

SAXON Dick 377-379

Scandinavian immigrants 346

School bus 341

Scientists 349

Scow 366

SEDDON Richard John 345

Settlers 366

Shanty town 354-355

SHAW Mr F 375

Shipping 328,329,349-351,370

Side-cars 363

SIGVERTSEN Jens 346

Silver 334-335

Silversmiths 334-335

Sincerity suits 339

SINTON Ray 377-379

Sleeping house 343

Slovens Creek Viaduct 384

SMYTHE Bert 377-379

Social Welfare Dept 332

SOLANDER Dr Daniel 349

South Taranaki 328-329

Springfield 367

St Helen’s Hospital 332

St John Ambulance 370,377-379

St Peters 370

Staircase River Viaduct 367

STASSEN Mrs Alf 337

Steamer 328-329

STEWART Kareheke 377-379

STYCHE Mr 370

Suits 339

Sunday School 370

Supermarket 333

Surrey Club 383

Sydney exhibition 334-335

 

T

Tahiti 349

Taihape 370,372

Takapo House 364-365

TASMAN Abel 349

Taxi 341

TAYLOR Ernie 377-379

Te Aroha 324-326

Te Awaiti 347

Te Ore Ore Marae 343

Te Puta o te Paretauhinu 351

Tearooms 377-379

Tekapo House 364-365

Tekapo Lake 364-365

Tennis Courts Bay 377-379

Timaru reservoir 361

Timaru 359

Timber mills 354-355

TOOTHILL Ethel Annie 370

Tora 347

Train crash 341

Trains 328-329

Transit of Venus 349

Treeplanting 340

Tutanekai 328-329

Tuturumuri 347

 

U

V

Venus transit of 349

Viaducts 327,367

 

W

WADSWORTH Thomas 364-365

Waimakariri River 367

Waimate 362

Wairarapa 337-347

Waitakere Ranges 354-355

WALLIS Bishop 370

Walsh’s 337

WALTON 
Ethel Annie 370-373

          William Henry 370-373

Wanganui 374-375

War 348

WARD family 368

Warship 328-329

Washing machines 339

WELLER Mr 373

Wellington Diocese 373

Wellington Harbour 346

Wellington 337-347,370-373

Whare puni 343

White Rock 346

Whitehead Bros 322

William Webb Ellis Cup 384

Window dressing 338-339

World Wars 376

WWI 328-329,363             

 

 

 

X

Y

Young Nicholas 349

Young Nick’s Head 349

Z

Zealandia Soap Works 366

 




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