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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Streetscape, Thames Street looking north Streetscape, Thames Street looking north
Circa 1875
Thames Street looking north east Bank of Otago; Timber Yard; Swan Hotel
An Early Cycle Club, Oamaru An Early Cycle Club, Oamaru
Sargeant, Albert
1880s
"An Early Cycle Club, Oamaru", 1880s (before 1885). Penny farthing cyclists, Albert Sargeant, St Luke's Church, E G Lane, chemist, Council Chambers.
Swan Hotel Swan Hotel
Circa 1950
1863-1864
1865-1867
Swan Hotel, c. 1950. Built in 1863-64. Named the Swan Hotel from 1871. Second storey added 1873. Adjoining shop built about 1864; Athenaeum in these premises, 1865-67. Both buildings demolished in 1950.
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.
J Bulleid & Co, Bulleid's staff outing J Bulleid & Co, Bulleid's staff outing
Circa 1912
Bulleid's staff outing c. 1912. J Bulleid & Co., S McDonald, City Boot Palace, A J S Headland, motor vehicles, horses and carts.
R H Appleby, coachpainter, Wansbeck Street R H Appleby, coachpainter, Wansbeck Street
Circa 1900
R H Appleby, coachpainter, Wansbeck Street, c. 1900. Carts, wheels.
Oamaru Gasworks Oamaru Gasworks
Circa 1908
1876
1878
Gasworks, c. 1908. Oamaru first lit with gas on 16 May, 1876. A second gasometer erected in 1878.
Traill, Roxby & Co. Tyne Street Oamaru Traill, Roxby & Co. Tyne Street Oamaru
1865
Traill Roxby & Co., wool and general stores. Covered wagon, horses and carts.
A general store set up by Charles Traill and Eustace Roxby was one of Oamaru's earliest businesses. Built on a Tyne Street site purchased in 1859, it originally offered premium imports, achieved by the ability of the owners to obtain supplies from incoming ships with their own surf boats. This photograph was taken in 1865, by which stage they were one of North Otago's most successful and reputable firms.
Tyne Street & South Hill, Oamaru, 1865 Tyne Street & South Hill, Oamaru, 1865
Circa 1873
"Tyne Street & South Hill, Oamaru, 1865. Photo actually c 1873. Bank of New Zealand, Fleming and Hedley.
John Vernor coal and wood merchant John Vernor coal and wood merchant
Post 1885
John Vernor coal and wood merchant. Tea and coffee shop? John Vernor was in the coal business on his own account on the corner of Tyne and Wansbeck Street from September 1885
Tees Street Tees Street
Circa 1882
View of Tees Street. Man standing in doorway of E G Lane Chemists. Woman in doorway of Watson and McIntosh Ironmonger. Man with horse in cart. Man on horseback and dog in street. Person standing by shop in background. Left to right:1st 2-storey building built 1880 for H.W. Marshall. 2nd 2-storey building built 1876 Ross, Bootmaker, J. McArthur, Butcher. Upstairs, St James Hall (building demolished 1906); 3rd 2-storey building built 1867 for Jas White, J & H Fry Butchers 1877-81; next 2 shop occupants unknown; J. Main, Seedsman; J.Isles, photographer and hairdresser built 2-storey shop 1868, succeeded by A. Sergeant, photographer 1879; John Church, agent; James Scott, grocer, shop built for Clark and Paterson, grocers, 1867; Watson and McIntosh, ironmongers, 1868; E.G.Lane, chemist 1868. Horse and cart (As written on reverse of print)
Elevated View, Oamaru Elevated View, Oamaru
Circa 1876
View facing south east, c. 1876. Victoria Brewery, corner of Reed and Coquet Streets.
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.
Elevated View, Oamaru Elevated View, Oamaru
Circa 1870s
"Oamaru Looking West Early 70s". Avon/Tyne/Test Streets. First St Paul's Manse built 1878.Tom Proctor's house, R.J. Keys house, Bennets house
Benevolent Society Home and immigration barracks Benevolent Society Home and immigration barracks
1898
Benevolent Society Home and immigration barracks, 1898. South Hill
Wharfe Street, Oamaru. Part of Panorama Wharfe Street, Oamaru. Part of Panorama
Late 1870s
Wharfe Street, late 1870s. Part of panorama 206-214. Railway Station. Breakwater. Shag Point coal depot.
Oamaru Fire Brigade Oamaru Fire Brigade
Circa 1880
Fire Brigade volunteers testing fire hoses, Thames Street, early 1880s. St Luke's Church. Itchen Street. At left: Capt. John Mainland. E Rowlands at hydrant. At right: John Church (in white waistcoat and white belltopper).
L J K Familton. Mayor of Oamaru: 1938 -1941. L J K Familton. Mayor of Oamaru: 1938 -1941.
Pre 1941
L J K Familton. Mayor of Oamaru: 1938 -1941.
Severn Street facing south Severn Street facing south
Circa 1877
Severn Street facing south, c. 1877. Front to rear: McNab and Aimer's foundry, 1872-77; Meek's first mill, 1869; Hay and Barr's mill, 1874-78.
Oamaru Brewery Oamaru Brewery
1866
Oamaru Brewery. Built in 1865 by Whitmore and Williams. Later called the Oamaru Brewery Company. Situated on the bank of the Oamaru Creek immediately behind site of J R Sewell's shop (Small Bytes Computers in 1999). For details see "Otago's Breweries Past and Present" (Leckie 1997: 129-131).
Attached to one of the prints is an original article cutting from a paper about this breweries origins: " Mr. Whitmore, who is about to establish a brewery and manufactory of aerated water, cordials, etc., has made some progress in the erection of premises beside the creek, and in sinking only a few feet for water, has been fortunate enough to find an ample supply. This water is softer than that obtained from the wells ordinarily sunk here to the depths of from 20 to 30 feet, and is expected will be found well adapt(able to) brewing."
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