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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Queen's Hotel interior Queen's Hotel interior
Circa 1914
Queen's Hotel interior.
 A & D Bisset Butchers, Oamaru A & D Bisset Butchers, Oamaru
Circa 1894
Bisset's Butcher's shop, corner of Thames and Usk Streets, c. 1894.
On horse cart at left - Alex Sinclair. Mr A Bisset on horse in front of door. T Brookes on horse, holding stock whip. Duncan Bisset on cart at right. Dog sitting near cart. Pig heads on both carts. Man in doorway of Shamrock Hotel. A & D Bisset occupied the corner shop from about 1893 to 1896.
Family Grocer & Baker - the grocer's shop next door vacant at time of photograph (owned by J McDowell in the 1880s). Beyond were the premises of M McLoughlin, Dress & Mantle Maker (until 1897). The Shamrock Hotel at right was built in 1873; the licence was refused in 1893. This was later a boarding house.
Oamaru Woollen Mills' picnic to Kakanui Oamaru Woollen Mills' picnic to Kakanui
14 Jan 1918
Oamaru Woollen Mills' picnic to Kakanui. W Foss's butchery (Smithfield Butchery); horses and carts.
Troopers Memorial, Thames Street Troopers Memorial, Thames Street
Circa 1905
"Fallen Troopers Memorial. Oamaru" Unveiled 2 February 1905.
Public Hall / Theatre Royal. Public Hall / Theatre Royal.
1892
1969
Purchased by North Otago Farmers' Co-op in 1903. Destroyed by fire 1969
North Otago Times building, corner of Eden Street (west) North Otago Times building, corner of Eden Street (west)
1931
North Otago Times building, corner of Eden Street (west), 1931. Elections.
White Hart Hotel White Hart Hotel
J M Brown Bookseller and Stationer
Real Photo Post Card
1869-1877
Men and horses in front of the White Hart Hotel, corner of Thames and Dee Streets. Michael Hanley Proprietor from 1869 - 1877.
Imperial troops at Oamaru Imperial troops at Oamaru
07 Feb 1901
Imperial troops at Oamaru. John Moore, Undertaker; J Ogilvie.
Dwelling, unidentified Dwelling, unidentified
1880s?
Home not identified. Family group.
H Millar, plumber. Cars, motorcycles, staff H Millar, plumber. Cars, motorcycles, staff
28 Mar 1929
H Millar, plumber. Cars, motorcycles, staff. Location not known. [Thames Street] Left to right: Harry Millar (proprietor), - , - , -, G D (Dickson) Jardine, Dan Millar ( younger son of Harry Millar), -, Richard Lord (Rother Street) (father of Dick Lord, Rother Street), -. David (Dave) Millar (elder son of Harry Millar). Dated 28 March, 1929. (Harry Millar died 10 October 1929, following vehicle accident, Torridge Street.)
Burton's, Interior View, Thames Street Burton's, Interior View, Thames Street
1930s?
Interior, Burton's shop. Unidentified shop assistants
Boundary Creek Hotel Boundary Creek Hotel
Circa 1860
Boundary Creek Hotel. Built 1860. From left: Hon T Y Duncan, Miss Schluter, Miss Schluter, Willie Schluter, Mrs Schluter, Miss Schluter, Miss Schluter, Emma Schluter, Bill Bowyang (?).
Burton's, Interior View, Thames Street Burton's, Interior View, Thames Street
1930s?
Interior, Burton's shop.
Burton's, Interior View, Thames Street Burton's, Interior View, Thames Street
1930s?
Interior, Burton's shop.
Queen's Hotel, London House, J Familton, T Kennedy. Queen's Hotel, London House, J Familton, T Kennedy.
Circa 1880
Queen's Hotel, London House, J Familton, T Kennedy.
Streetscape, Thames Street Streetscape, Thames Street
Circa 1910?
"Thames Street, Oamaru, Looking North". North Otago Farmers' Co-op; Troopers' Memorial; Singer Sewing Machines; horses and carts.
Streetscape, Thames Street, Globe Hotel, War Memorial Streetscape, Thames Street, Globe Hotel, War Memorial
Circa 1910?
"Thames Street, Oamaru, Looking South". Globe Hotel; Troopers' Memorial.
Streetscape, Thames Street Streetscape, Thames Street
Circa 1910
Oamaru Looking North 67, c 1910. Thames Street.
John Bulleid & Co John Bulleid & Co
Circa 1880
John Bulleid & Co Universal Providers, c. 1880s. Horse and cart.
Jones Memorial Arch, Corner Thames and Itchen Streets Jones Memorial Arch, Corner Thames and Itchen Streets
1922
Jones Memorial Arch, Unveiled 28 November, 1922. St Luke's manse.
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