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Name/title Maker Production date Description
F J Chase & Co. Aerated Waters, Chelmer Street. F J Chase & Co. Aerated Waters, Chelmer Street.
1880s?
F J Chase & Co. Aerated Waters, Chelmer Street.
First Otepopo Hotel. Winifred Diehl (youngest daughter of Ernst Frederick) with niece and old family dog First Otepopo Hotel. Winifred Diehl (youngest daughter of Ernst Frederick) with niece and old family dog
Circa 1860s
First Otepopo Hotel. Winifred Diehl (youngest daughter of Ernst Frederick) with niece and old family dog.
(Postcard)
J McNarry, Horse Shoer, General Blacksmith, J McNarry, Horse Shoer, General Blacksmith,
Circa 1900
J McNarry, Horse Shoer, General Blacksmith, Coquet Street, c.1900. St Paul's Presbyterian Church. Farming equipment.
Railway Hotel, Ngapara Railway Hotel, Ngapara
Pre 1920s
The Railway Hotel, Ngapara. General Merchants Milligan & Bond (building next door)
Carson & Worley, Commercial Butchery Carson & Worley, Commercial Butchery
1900?-1910?
Carson & Worley, Commercial Butchery. H McManus, Boot Repairer. Commercial Buildings. Horses and carts. On cart at extreme right: Alfred Edward Sherwin.
North Otago Red Cross Society North Otago Red Cross Society
Clarke Photo (estab. 1907, closed 1937)
Circa 1918
North Otago Red Cross Society in front of St John Ambulance Brigade hall, Steward Street
Front row from L: Mary Johnston - 6th from left: Jessie Johnston (Mrs. Smillie)
Men's ward, Oamaru Hospital Men's ward, Oamaru Hospital
1937
Mens' ward, Oamaru Hospital
Women's ward, Oamaru Hospital Women's ward, Oamaru Hospital
1937
Women's ward, Oamaru Hospital, 1937
Junction hotel, corner of Wansbeck and Towey Streets Junction hotel, corner of Wansbeck and Towey Streets
1930s
Junction hotel, corner of Wansbeck and Towey Streets, c.1930s. W Hastings, proprietor. Vintage car.
Centennial Rest Rooms Centennial Rest Rooms
1840-1940
1840-1940 Centennial Rest Rooms, Severn Street. Opened in 1940.
Streetscape, Thames Street Streetscape, Thames Street
Circa 1930s
Thames Street facing north, c. 1930s. Globe Hotel, Hodges, Willett's Tea Rooms; motor bike
The old home - Stotfold Station, near Oamaru The old home - Stotfold Station, near Oamaru
1936
1856
The old home - Stotfold Station, near Oamaru. Christmas 1936.
Caption reads: "The centre portion of the house was built in 1856 and occupied by Mr and Mrs Thomas Ferens in 1857. The room on the south side of the original home was built in 1862 and used as the school room for many years. Three governesses, Misses Kate Kennard, Goldie and Mrs Lee (nee Swift of Melbourne) later married W F Kinnear
of Oamaru. The new wing of two storeys was built in 1865 by W B Scandrett, carpenter, and the chimney by Robert Meek, stonemason. Mr Scandrett later became town clerk of Invercargill and afterwards mayor for several years. Mr Robert Meek later was a farmer in the Waiareka Valley. He sold out in the 1880s and bought a large farm at Fairfax. He also erected limestone works and did general farming. He died there.
Oamaru Golf Course Tournament Oamaru Golf Course Tournament
15 Mar 1936
Diggers' Tournament, Oamaru Golf Club
North Otago Pioneer Gallery North Otago Pioneer Gallery
Circa 1902
1902-1974
First courthouse building, Thames Street (next to Athenaeum), c. 1902. Used for worship by the Church of Christ (as the City Temple) from 1895 to 1911. Courthouse completed early 1863. Replaced by new building further north in 1883. The first courthouse was vested in the Mechanics' Institute in 1882 for use as a museum, but used for other purposes ( e.g. a church and, later, sample rooms) when leased with the authority of the museum committee from 1895. Eventually used as a museum again from 1953 to 1973 as the North Otago Pioneer Gallery. Demolished in 1974 to make way for the new Oamaru Public Library.
Eveline Centennial Hall Eveline Centennial Hall
1941
Eveline Centennial Hall - first meeting 5 September, 1941
Phoenix Mill, Waianakarua Phoenix Mill, Waianakarua
Circa 1930
Phoenix Mill, Waianakarua about 1930
Waitaki Boys' High School boarders Waitaki Boys' High School boarders
1910
Large group of boys on the lawn in front of the main school buildings.
Waitaki Boys' High School Boxing class Waitaki Boys' High School Boxing class
W J Clarke
1909
Waitaki Boys' High School boxing class on the lawn in front of the main school buildings. Written on reverse - "Charlie Herbert instructor".
Thames Street looking south Thames Street looking south
Circa 1878
Includes Waitaki House (1876), built for J H Milligan. Southern half of building (1877) constructed for Shrimski and Moss. Stemson and Leigh, nurserymen can be seen on north side of the Swan Hotel, S Gibbs, proprietor. very stony street
Thames Street, Thomson and McLaren's furniture warehouse next to R L Rule tobacconist Thames Street, Thomson and McLaren's furniture warehouse next to R L Rule tobacconist
Circa 1875
Shows Thomson and McLaren's furniture warehouse next to R L Rule tobacconist and stationer. This building first occupied by H J Burton, stationer in 1875, who had portrait rooms at the rear of the premises. When Rule succeeded Burton in 1878, F Smith operated the the studio at the rear and continued under the name of The Oamaru Portrait Gallery. A direction sign is shown in the photograph fastened to the wall of Waitaki House. New shops were built for J S Dalzel in 1887 and were occupied by tenants. Brown's Tea Rooms once occupied this position which is now the location of State Insurance.
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