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Name/title Maker Production date Description
Peace celebrations, Thames Street, Oamaru, November 1918 Peace celebrations, Thames Street, Oamaru, November 1918
Nov 1918
Peace celebrations, Thames Street, Oamaru, November 1918
Hakataramea, North Otago Hakataramea, North Otago
Circa 1915
Terminus Hotel, Hakataramea, and Jimmy Stewart's team c. 1915.. (This image is a South Canterbury scene, but is filed in the North Otago category for convenience.)
Hampden View Hampden View
1930-1939
Hampden about 1930 taken by Mr Sprogue then owner of the top shop and on sale with other views Hampden. Taken from over by Craig's mill - now Paterson's.
Blacksmith Shop and Printing shop Blacksmith Shop and Printing shop
1874
Circa 1970s
"Old blacksmith shop [at left] and small printing shop", Hampden, c. 1970s. The Hampden smithy was built for John Douglass about 1874. The building was demolished on 24 April, 1974.
Joyce, JP Lieutenant Colonel Joyce, JP Lieutenant Colonel
The occasion of Lieutenant Col J P Joyce's presentation of DCM for service, WW1."
Tom Cairns with load of wool at Kurow Railway Station Tom Cairns with load of wool at Kurow Railway Station
W J Clarke
Post 1907
Tom Cairns with load of wool at Kurow Railway Station, c. 1900 - possibly after 1907
Kurow Creamery. Kurow Creamery.
1903
Kurow Creamery, 1903. Horse/Milk carts
Kurow race meeting Kurow race meeting
Chase, F
Circa 1910
People watching the end of a horse race at Kurow.
Railway in North Otago Railway in North Otago
Circa 1926
1926-1928
Clayton railcar at Kurow, c. 1926. Matthew Potts (fireman) is standing in the centre. The Clayton railcar service lasted from 1926 to 1928, after which time the train serviced the Invercargill to Bluff line.The Clayton Railcar was replaced by a standard steam train because of the event of the Waitaki Hydo scheme and an increase in passenger numbers.
Kurow - first railcar Kurow - first railcar
1926-1928
Clayton railcar at Kurow (inaugural journey?). The Clayton railcar service lasted from 1926 to 1928, after which time the train serviced the Invercargill to Bluff line.
Ure family arriving at Kurow with wool from Morven Hills Station Ure family arriving at Kurow with wool from Morven Hills Station
Chase F J & Co
1900
Five bullock teams with loaded wool carts at Kurow. Cart drivers, members of the Ure family, standing beside carts, dog at the side of the road.
New Zealand & Australian Land Company Limited Station Managers New Zealand & Australian Land Company Limited Station Managers
1890s?
New Zealand and Australian Land Co. Ltd. Station Managers.
Country Football Team Country Football Team
1922
The first country team to play Town on the Showgrounds at Oamaru in July, 1922
From Left to right: (Standing) J. Sloan (selector, Tokarahi), T. Meenan (selector, Ngapara), A.C. Sutton (wing 3/4, Kurow), M. McNally (centre 3/4, Windsor), C.E. Laurenson (hooker, Tokarahi. Mr. Slater (president, Ngapara) J.G. Laird (lock, Tokarahi), Mr. Cairney (secretary, Duntroon), D. McCulloch (side support, Ngapara), R. Warwick (back row, Kurow).
Bottom Row Kneeling: G. Dalton (wing forward, Ngapara)/ Seated: W.B. McCone (back row, Tokarahi), V. Fraser (side support, Kurow), K. McDonald (half back, captain, Tokarahi), D. Sutherland (first five-eight, Duntroon), J. R. McCullock (second 5/8, Ngapara), and, kneeling S.S. Smith (wing 3/4, Kurow)."
Kurow, c. 1936. The view is up the Waitaki Valley Kurow, c. 1936. The view is up the Waitaki Valley
Circa 1936
Kurow, c. 1936. The view i up the Waitaki Valley. There are utility poles lining the sides of the road. The Waitaki Hotel is in the middleground of the picture, with the post office on the left. Five cars are visible. A pedestrian is standing at the left on the footpath. From Norman Jenkin album.
The first Country team to play Town, Rugby The first Country team to play Town, Rugby
Jul 1922
The first Country team to play Town at the Showgrounds at Oamaru
Yardley's blacksmith's premises, Duntroon Yardley's blacksmith's premises, Duntroon
Unknown
Circa 1920s
Yardley's blacksmith's premises, Duntroon. (From a promotional leaflet.)
Kurow School Pupils Kurow School Pupils
1899
Kurow School Pupils
Waitaki Boys' High School Rugby Waitaki Boys' High School Rugby
Clarke, W J
1910
Waitaki Boys' High School, winners A Grade Rugby
Waitaki Boys' High School Rugby Waitaki Boys' High School Rugby
1912
Waitaki Boys' High School, First Fifteen (football).
Table ready for lunch before Kurow races c. 1900 Table ready for lunch before Kurow races c. 1900
Circa 1900
Table ready for lunch before Kurow races c. 1900. (D E Neave collection)
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