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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Mock Naval Attack, Oamaru Harbour Mock Naval Attack, Oamaru Harbour
1886
"Naval attack on Oamaru Easter 1886". Mock naval attack on Oamaru during Easter revue, which was watched by 10,000 spectators. Half of these numbers were visitors who had arrived by train and boats from Dunedin for the occasion.
Oamaru Naval Cadets Oamaru Naval Cadets
1890
Oamaru Naval Cadets, 1890. Uniforms. Cannon.
Torpedo Boat, Oamaru Harbour Torpedo Boat, Oamaru Harbour
1886
Torpedo boat, harbour, 1886. Built in Dunedin and took part in the mock battle. The torpedo which was fired in Oamaru was suspended out the side of the boat from the spur shown on the deck, which can be seen in the photograph.
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.
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.)
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.
Thomas Young's bullock team. Thames Street Oamaru Thomas Young's bullock team. Thames Street Oamaru
1880s
Thomas Young's bullock team, Thames Street, late 1880s. Waterloo House, John Bulleid & Co., A J S Headland. W.H. Cottrell (Thomas Young standing, hand on hip, in front of wool wagon at right.)
Streetscape, Thames Street Streetscape, Thames Street
Circa 1910
Oamaru Looking North 67, c 1910. Thames Street.
Streetscape, Thames Street looking north Streetscape, Thames Street looking north
Circa 1875
Thames Street looking north east Bank of Otago; Timber Yard; Swan Hotel
Streetscape, Thames Street Streetscape, Thames Street
Circa 1869
Thames Street looking north, c. 1869. First Oamaru Borough Council Chambers, bridge, Bank of Otago, Empire Hotel.
Old Oamaru Post Office, Thames Street Old Oamaru Post Office, Thames Street
Martin, C
Circa 1890s
1884
Two men with hansom cabs in front of the Post Office, corner of Thames and Meek Streets.
Streetscape, Thames Street Streetscape, Thames Street
1893
"First Arbor Day", Oamaru, 1893. Post Office. Thames Street.
Proclamation of King Edward VII Proclamation of King Edward VII
28 Jan 1901
Proclamation of King Edward VII in 1901 following death of Queen Victoria. Council chambers, J M Brown presiding, horses and carts.
Swan Hotel (at right) in the 1940s. Demolished in 1950 Swan Hotel (at right) in the 1940s. Demolished in 1950
1940s
Swan Hotel (at right) in the 1940s. Demolished in 1950. National Party Centre, Loisvale Photo Service, Hodge & Jones, motor car.
Swan Hotel in the 1940s Swan Hotel in the 1940s
1940s
Swan Hotel in the 1940s. Demolished in 1950. Hodge & Jones, motor car. Thames Street
Streetscape, Itchen Street Streetscape, Itchen Street
Post 1885
View after 1885. Colonial Bank/Bank of New Zealand, Meek's Elevator, Connell and Clowes, Star and Garter hotel, A Fraser, bookseller, Australian Mutual Provident Society.
Streetscape, Itchen Street Streetscape, Itchen Street
Circa 1900
"Itchen Street Oamaru", c.1900. Colonial Bank/Bank of New Zealand, Meek's Elevator, Star and Garter Hotel, A Fraser (stationer), Australian Mutual Provident Society, New Zealand Express Co., horses and carts.
William Bee's shop, corner of Tyne Street William Bee's shop, corner of Tyne Street
Circa 1900
William Bee's shop, corner of Tyne Street, c. 1900. Carts and horses. The China Palace.
Ford Cars Ford Cars
1912
Stock of Ford cars in front of F R Dennison and Co. Ltd, Tyne Street (next to Loan and Mercantile offices, now Scottish Hall)
John Vernor, coal and wood merchant John Vernor, coal and wood merchant
Circa 1885
John Vernor, coal and wood merchant. Monumental mason; Emmanuel Congregational Church. John Vernor was in the coal business on his own account on the corner of Tyne and Wansbeck Street from September 1885 (K C McDonald notes, book 39). The premises next door are probably William Mills Monumental and General Stone Mason.
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