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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Kearns & McLean, bootmakers; Robert W Adair, watchmaker and jeweller; J Waddell, saddler Itchen Street Kearns & McLean, bootmakers; Robert W Adair, watchmaker and jeweller; J Waddell, saddler Itchen Street
Circa 1870
Kearns & McLean, bootmaker; Robert W Adair, watchmaker and jeweller; J Waddell, saddler, c. 1868-1873. Buildings date from 1861. Itchen Street
E. G. Lanes Factory E. G. Lanes Factory
1905
E. G. Lanes factory (1905) Tees St. Edward Lane (son) is leaning against doorway on centre left. Lanes Emulsion.
J M Brown Bookseller & Stationer. Shop front J M Brown Bookseller & Stationer. Shop front
Circa 1910
Shop window of J M Brown, Bookseller & Stationer at 31 Thames Street Oamaru
Thames Street. Waitaki House. Oamaru House. NZ Clothing Factory. J Macdonald, Hosier, General Draper, Hatter, Boot & Shoe. Onslow House. M McFadgen & Co, Tailors. Thames Street. Waitaki House. Oamaru House. NZ Clothing Factory. J Macdonald, Hosier, General Draper, Hatter, Boot & Shoe. Onslow House. M McFadgen & Co, Tailors.
Thames Street. Waitaki House. Oamaru House. NZ Clothing Factory. J Macdonald, Hosier, General Draper, Hatter, Boot & Shoe. Onslow House. M McFadgen & Co, Tailors. Horses and carts.
Alliance Hotel Alliance Hotel
Circa 1912
1913
Alliance Hotel, c.1912. Polytechnic from April 1913.
J Craig & Co. Importers, Wear Street J Craig & Co. Importers, Wear Street
1904
J Craig & Co., Iimporters, Wear Street, 1904. Queen's Hotel.
Oamaru Times Printing Office, Wansbeck Street. Near Tees St. Oamaru Times Printing Office, Wansbeck Street. Near Tees St.
1864
Oamaru Times Printing Office, Wansbeck Street. It first published a paper in February 1864 as a weekly; later became the North Otago Times. Frank Pinkerton & Co. R L Livingstone. Bookseller. Stationer. Agent for Otago survey maps.
W Smyth & Co. corner of Arun and Hull Streets, early 1930's W Smyth & Co. corner of Arun and Hull Streets, early 1930's
Early 1930s
W Smyth & Co. corner of Arun and Hull Streets, early 1930s. From left: Miss Mavis Foss, Miss Cullen Smyth, William Smyth.
Oamaru Times and Waitaki Reporter building Oamaru Times and Waitaki Reporter building
Post 1864
Frank Pinkerton and Co Ltd, north Wansbeck Street. The Oamaru Times and Waitaki Reporter was first published 25 February 1864. Later became the Oamaru Times. (From 1872 was the North Otago Times.) Moved to Tyne Street in 1868. North Otago Times shifted to Thames Street in October 1882.
Also R.L. Livingston, Bookseller.
Cooneys Corner Cooneys Corner
Circa 1900?
Four men in front of shop corner Severn and Coquet Streets. Sign: Try our Golden Brew Tea. Hay and Corn Store
Tees Street Shops Tees Street Shops
1882
Tees Street shops, late 1882. Geo. R Taylor, Importer and General Merchant. Watson and McIntosh, Wholesale and Retail Ironmongers, Plumbers and Tinsmiths. St Luke's Church. Photo A Sargeant
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.
Waitaki House. Opened in 1876 Waitaki House. Opened in 1876
Circa 1877
Waitaki House. "The left half of these buildings was opened on 8th April,1876 and was at first occupied by J.H. Milligan, Outfitter, and W. Carncross, Stationer.The building at right was completed in 1877". Musical Depot, New Zealand Clothing Factory, James Bee.
Northern Hotel Northern Hotel
Circa 1873
1860-1880
Original wooden Northern Hotel corner Tyne and Wansbeck Streets. Andrew Baker, proprietor. Built in 1860. Demolished in 1880 and replaced by stone building. In doorway from left: Lewis Morton and Arthur Toms. Horse and cart. Signs on Wansbeck Street shops, Labour Mart [?], Livery and Bait Stables, Photographer.
Church, Oamaru Church, Oamaru
Jul 1889
"Baptist Church Oamaru JMB 90". Opened in Severn Street, 4 July 1889.
Waitaki House Waitaki House
Circa 1876
Waitaki House opened in 1876 (Built for J. H. Milligan, Draper). W. Carncross later became Sir William Carncross, Speaker of the Legislative Council 1918-39.
Sketch of Town Hall and Opera House Sketch of Town Hall and Opera House
1906
Town Hall and Opera House (J. M. Forrester sketch ?). Photograph of a sketch. Plans were drawn in 1906
Northern Hotel under construction Northern Hotel under construction
Circa 1880
Men working with Oamaru stone, Northern Hotel under construction on Tyne Street. Mrs Maw's, Durham Boarding House on Wansbeck Street.
One of eight photographs fixed to two album pages, Forrester Estate.
Oamaru Confectionery Works, Tees Street, c 1900. Oamaru Confectionery Works, Tees Street, c 1900.
Circa 1900
Oamaru Confectionery Works, Tees Street, c 1900. Proprietor, H Rice. (The building shown was erected in 1880.) This firm was established in 1885, originally as a wholesale and retail confectionery and bakery business. In October 1897, Mr Rice disposed of his Thames Street retail business and confined himself largely to manufacturing for the trade. He produced a variety of sweets including chocolate creams, jubes, standard mixtures, etc. The works were fitted up with the latest machinery, boilers, etc. The second floor was used for a drying-room, and the front portion of the ground floor for offices and a sample room.
McDonald and McDiarmid (Macallan House), Thames Street McDonald and McDiarmid (Macallan House), Thames Street
McDonald and McDiarmid (Macallan House), Thames Street.
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