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Journal Cover Heritage Matters : The Magazine for New Zealanders Restoring, Preserving and Enjoying Our Heritage
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  • Issue 31 - Heritage reading [Book Review]
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      Review(s) of: Dave Gallaher: The original all black captain, by Matt Elliott, published by HarperCollins Publishers NZ, RRP $39.99 paperback, 288 pages, ISBN 9781869509682; The open world, by Stephanie Johnson, Published by Random House, New Zealand, RRP $37.99, paperback, 295 pages, ISBN 978 1 86979 783 6; The meeting place: Maori and Pakeha Encounters, 1642-1840, by Vincent O'Malley, Published by Auckland, University Press, RRP $45, paperback, 284 pages, ISBN 9781869405946; Reminiscences: Of the early settlement of Dunedin and South Otago, Centennial Edition, Published by the South Otago, Historical Society, Available from South Otago, Museum, 1 Renfrew Street, Balclutha 9230, ISBN 9780473184827; Safe haven - feat Herston: 1916-1919 the untold story of New Zealand's largest ever military camp, by Neil Frances, archivist, Wairarapa Archives, Published: Wairarapa, Archives/Fraser Books, Distributed by Nationwide, Book Distributors Ltd, RRP $30.00 paperback, 26x21cm, 174 pages, ISBN 978 0 9582617 9 1; Piano forte: Stories and soundscapes from colonial New Zealand, by Kirstine Moffat, published by Otago, University Press, RRP $45.00, paperback, 275 pages, ISBN 9781877372797; Jewish lives in New Zealand - a history Leonard Bell and Diana Morrow , editors, Published by Random House, New Zealand (Godwit), RRP $55, semi-hard cover, 439, pages, 19x25.5cm, ISBN 9781869621735;The occupiers - New Zealand veterans remember post-war Japan, Alison Parr, Senior Oral Historian, Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Published by Penguin Group (NZ), RRP $44.99, paperback, 18x26cm, 205 pages, ISBN 978 014 3567240; Convicts New Zealand's hidden criminal past, by Matthew Wright Published by Penguin Group (NZ) RRP $39.99 paperback, 253 pages (avail. 2 July) ISBN 978 0 143 56764 6; Kiwi the engine, by Matthew Wright, Published by Penguin Group (NZ), RRP $39.99 paperback, 253 pages (avail. 2 July), ISBN 978 0 143 56764 6; Kiwi the engine: And friends and the railway rabbits, Written by Karalyn Joyce and illustrated by Helen Applegate, Published by Pleasant Point, Railway and Historical Society, $10 plus postage, 24 pages, ISBN 9780473208127; Skylark, by Jenny Pattrick, Published by Random House New Zealand, RRP $37.99 paperback, 239 pages, ISBN 9781869798048; A passion for flight: New Zealand aviation before the great war, Volume One; Ideas, first flight attempts and the aeronauts 1868-19091, by Errol W Martyn, published by Volplane Press, Christchurch, RRP $44.90, soft cover, 18.5x24.5cm, 184 pages, ISBN 9780473203870.

      PubDate: Wed, 4 Jul 2012 10:57:04 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Grand home of a gracious era
    • Abstract: Bond, Sarah
      Exploring old buildings around Dunedin that echo with years of history is one of Sarah Bond's favourite pastimes. At Olveston, one of Dunedin's grand old homes, she gains insight into a lifestyle long gone but preserved for current and future generations to behold.

      PubDate: Wed, 4 Jul 2012 10:53:25 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Historic IDA valley cemetery
    • Abstract: Clark, John
      In Issue 23 - Winter 2010, we published an article about the Ida Valley Cemetery at Moa Creek, Central Otago. Photographs showed that the graveyard was in a state of considerable disrepair. John Clark, Helensville, is compiling a history of the Ida Valley Station (estab. 1858) and he provides this update with photos on recent achievements to restoring part of our country's rich heritage.

      PubDate: Wed, 4 Jul 2012 10:52:30 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Sure to rise
    • Abstract: Newth, Kim
      Kim Newth takes a look back at the phenomenal success of Edmond's Sure to Rise Cookery Book and reveals how the cover's catchy slogan and sunny imagery is now inspiring quake-hit Christchurch in new ways.

      PubDate: Wed, 4 Jul 2012 10:51:58 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Famous in thornbury
    • Abstract: Owens, Peter
      Peter Owens discovers an impressive collection of vintage farm machinery at the Thornbury Vintage Tractor Museum near Riverton in Southland.

      PubDate: Wed, 4 Jul 2012 10:51:30 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - What's going on - upcoming events
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  • Issue 31 - Trading post
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  • Issue 31 - Club listings
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  • Issue 31 - The last picture show
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  • Issue 31 - Remembering yesterdays
    • Abstract: Benson, Christine
      Do you remember back To yesterdays long passed' Snippets of colour and fun Golden memories that last...

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Mail box, Book draws and Heritage roundup
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  • Issue 31 - Editor's ramblings
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  • Issue 31 - Old -timer amongst bridges
    • Abstract: Sinclair, Roy
      The Press (Christchurch) of 8 August 1887 describes the Waiau Ferry Bridge "An engineering work combining stability and airiness of design".

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Ferguson rarities
    • Abstract: Moor, Christopher
      Peter Cameron's 1946 Ferguson Mk1 3-ton tipping trailer is believed to be the only one of its kind in New Zealand. The Masterton, Wairarapa, resident displayed his restored trailer for the first time at the Wairarapa A and P Show at Clareville Showgrounds, Carterton, on the weekend of 29-30 October 2011. Pulling the trailer was another of the country's Ferguson rarities.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - A rover man
    • Abstract: Moor, Christopher
      Eighty years ago, in 1932, Rover was the first British car manufacturer to build a factory for the purpose of assembling English cars in New Zealand. The plant at Petone lasted less than a year before its liquidation early in 1933, going into history as another failed business during the Depression era economy.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Rough justice - the Sam Perkins saga
    • Abstract: Ross, Gary
      "Heritage" was the theme for part of this year's Clutha Leader Big River Festival in Balclutha on 17 March. The "Sam Perkins Run", a 30 kilometre horse cavalcade that began at 7 am at Mt Stuart reserve in the Manuka Gorge (off State Highway 8, approx 24 km from Milton, South Otago) and took riders through the old railway viaduct, along Fella Burn Road and through a pine plantation to Hillend. The cavalcade was a historic tribute to the chaos of the gold rush traffic that poured through Balclutha 150 years ago. The festival closed with the South Otago Theatrical Society's performance about the gold-rush era, focusing on Sam Perkins who achieved notoriety when he began a false gold rush to Mataura, Southland.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Researching your family history
    • Abstract:
      Tracing your roots can be a bit like detective work. Some things you know from your own experience, and your immediate family and what they've told you, or have hinted at. But how do you know everything is true' How many stories have been embellished, are fragments of faded memories, or have been tainted by misunderstandings, little white lies and halftruths' And who or what is never talked of' Is someone hiding something'

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - The church on the hill: St John's Hampton park celebrates 150th
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      The 150th anniversary of St John's Church East Tamaki was celebrated over the weekend of 9 to 11 March 1012.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - The remarkable hollows
    • Abstract: Dwyer, Denis
      A Palmerston North family made an impact on the city, country and the developing world.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - St John the evangelist: Feilding's Heritage Church
    • Abstract: Balley, Vivienne
      A significant piece of New Zealand's religious and architectural history stands in a quiet suburban street of Feilding, Manawatu.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Exuberance of spirit
    • Abstract: Larsen, Vera
      An appreciation of the elegance and style of art deco has led a Christchurch collector to some rare treasures and memorable stories.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - The albertlanders - dreams, ambitions and disappointment
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      In 1861, Englishman William Rawson Brame became the prime mover in the ambitious Albertland Special Settlement Scheme in New Zealand. The inspiration for the idea may have come from the "National Association for Promoting Special Settlements in New Zealand" that existed in England at the time.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Lyttelton port heritage lost
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      The port town of Lyttelton, Christchurch, is no stranger to disaster. In 1870 a huge fire destroyed the original buildings on Norwich Quay housing banks, shipping agents, merchants, warehouses and hotels. Now many of the brick and concrete buildings that replaced them are also lost, and with them a significant part of Lyttelton and Canterbury history.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Secrets and symbols revealed to all
    • Abstract: Russell, Jackie
      Gates and golden pillars at the entrance to a private museum and library tucked away in a modern office block give the uninitiated an impression of ritual, secrecy and exclusivity. The collection beyond the doors tells some of the stories of Freemasonry in New Zealand and the founding nations, which is deemed by many to be an unusual and secret society - up to goodness knows what.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Smallest steam train takes out award
    • Abstract:
      A 91-year old steam locomotive thought to be New Zealand's smallest has won a prestigious restoration award.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - A chandler motor car
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      The Albertlanders' 150th celebrations took place over the Easter weekend. Among the displays at the Port Albert Domain on the Sunday were a few heritage motorcars, one of them a Chandler with connections to a long-gone Auckland motor garage and earlier days at Port Albert, Kaipara.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - A rarity among engines - the dudbridge oil engine
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      Also at the Kumeu A and P Show was Darryl Ovens of Auckland, with a rare Dudbridge Oil Engine that has been in the Ovens family all its working life. Darryl, a member of Vintage Engine Restorers Auckland (VERA) has painstakingly restored it to running order. He has also spent time researching the Dudbridge's history and had an article published in Stationary Engine magazine in 2002, but he is still looking for more information to complete his records and, perhaps, start a list or register of Dudbridge engines.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Vintage tractors at Kumeu
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      For many A and P Shows, the display and parade of vintage machinery, tractors and implements are part of a longstanding tradition. Apart from sheep and cattle and various other farm animals, machinery has been part of the agricultural and horticultural scene ever since they replaced the bullocks and horses for ploughing, haymaking, carting and the myriad of jobs that need doing on the land. Tractors and stationary engines revolutionised the way we farmed, produced food for the growing nation's family tables and for export to boost our economy. They are a big part of New Zealand's heritage and it is therefore sad to see the reduction, even demise, of vintage machinery sections at some A and P Shows.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 31 - Karaka vintage day 2012
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      Karaka Vintage Day is always a great event and this year's, held on 1 April, did not disappoint. Being held biennially means there is always something different to see - this year, for the first time, it was a Bell helicopter in US Army colours and MASH insignia that got many excited. However, those looking for the familiar found that too, whether it was catching up with old mates or renewing acquaintances made in previous years.

      PubDate: Mon, 2 Jul 2012 10:43:38 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - What's going on
    • PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Classified trading post
    • PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Club listings
    • PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Coup de Grace
    • PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Heritage reading [Book Review]
    • Abstract:
      Review(s) of: Precious metal - classic fighter in New Zealand, Air-to-air photography by Gavin Conroy, Published by Craig Potton Publishing, Nelson, RRP $59.99 hardback with jacket, 245x350mm, 160pp, ISBN 978 1 877517 35 8; Weaving a dream: The bushy park experience, by Penny Robinson, Published by The Bushy Park Trust, Wanganui, New Zealand, RRP $45.00 Soft cover, 135 A4-size pages (discounted at Bushy Park shop), ISBN-13:978-0-473-11612-5, ISBN-10: 0-473-11612-X; Arawata Bill: The story of legendary gold prospector William James O'Leary, Ian Dougherty, Published by Exisle Publishing Ltd, RRP $29.99 paperback with flaps, 196 pages, 3rd Edition, ISBN 978 1 927147 53 5; All fall down - christchurch's lost chimneys, by Geoff Rice, Published by University of Canterbury Press, RRP $ 29.95 soft cover, 244 pp, A4 size, ISBN 978 1 927145 10 4; Fleur: The life and times of pioneering Fleur Sullivan, Published by Random House New Zealand, RRP $49.99 semi hardcover with flaps, 258 pages, ISBN 978 1 86979 552 8; Titanic - love stories, by Gill Paul, introduction by Bruce Beveridge, Distributed in New Zealand by New Holland Publishers, RRP $39.99 hardcover, 192 pages, ISBN 978 1 907332 78 4; Early New Zealand photography: Images and Essays, edited by Angela Wanhalla and Erika Wolf, Published by Otago University Press, RRP $50 soft cover, 208 pages, ISBN 978 1 877578 16 8; The territorials: The history of the territorial and volunteer forces of New Zealand, Peter Cooke and John Crawford, Imprint Random House, RRP $59.99, hardcover, 496 pages, ISBN 978 1 86979 446 0; The golden grey: West coasters 1860-2010, by Tony Kokshoorn, Self-published, $70.00 hardcover, 495pp, ISBN: 978-0-473-19842-8; Otago central rail trail: Easy guide, by Brian and Diane Miller, From Lifelogs Ltd, P O Box 39, Dunedin 9054, RRP $15 paperback, 64pp, ISBN 978 0 9864535 4 0; Letters of frank sargeson, Selected and edited by Sarah Shieff, Published by Random House New Zealand, imprint RHNZ Vintage, RRP $49.99 hard cover, 631 pages, ISBN 978 1 86979 333 3; Art galleries to visit in New Zealand: Over 130 outstanding art collections open to the public, by Denis Robinson and Gaye Ingold, New Holland Publishers (NZ) Ltd, RRP $29.99 paperback, 128 pages, ISBN 978 1 86966 340 7; The hungry heart - journeys with william Colenso, by Peter Wells, Published by Random House New Zealand, imprint Vintage, RRP $49.99 hard cover, 467 pages illustrated ISBN 978 1 86979 474 3; Give your thoughts life: William Colenso's letters to the editor, Compiled by Ian St George, Published by Otago University Press, RRP $65.00 paperback, 497 pages, ISBN 978 1 877578 14 4.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Just a pile of old junk
    • Abstract: Benson, Christine
      Just a pile of old junk Abandoned and forgotten it lay, A rusting eyesore in a field Spotted and rescued one day...

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Mail box, Contributors, Book draws and Heritage roundup
    • PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Editor's ramblings
    • PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Otunui - the story of a whanganui riverboat
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      She has worked on the Rhine of Maoriland, served as a farmer's barge and sank on the Whanganui, courted the Queen on a cruise to Huka Falls, was burnt out to the waterline, endured insults and modifications to her body, was rebuilt twice - and she is still working.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Dame Ngaio Marsh - writer, artist, thespian, socialite
    • Abstract: McKellar, Rolland; McKellar, Stephanie
      The relatively plain exterior of a weatherboard cottage tucked away in the Cashmere hills of Christchurch belies the richness of a life lived within its walls, and the treasures it harbours. The cottage is now run as a museum, in memory of its former owner Dame Ngaio Marsh.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - A noble beginning: The legacy of people's palace lives on in
           Cuba Street
    • Abstract:
      Many of us who lived in Wellington or visited the city remember the People's Palace, Railton and Trekkers Hotel names, perhaps have even slept within their walls. Others, like this author, will remember Cuba Street for the second hand shops where good bargains could be found in the 1970s and early 80s and, perhaps, as a place one did not venture into after dark. Lately, and fortunately, Cuba Street's historic charm has been recognised as worthy of preservation and a revival. Text by Erika Currie, photographs as per captions.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - The chameleon-like history of Caccia birch house
    • Abstract: Balley, Vivienne
      No ghosts linger in the rooms of Caccia Birch House, and no spooky feelings permeate the heart rimu walls and ceilings.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Restoring heritage - piece by piece
    • Abstract:
      Restoration of a quake-damaged stained glass window from South Canterbury's Church of the Holy Innocents is providing a glimmer of hope that at least a fragment of the region's shattered heritage can be repaired and retained. Words by Kim Newth, photographs as noted with captions.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Wooden wonder of the southern hemisphere
    • Abstract: Moor, Christopher
      Give Wellington's Government Buildings a knock and you'll be surprised to hear the clunk of wood, not the thud of stone coming back. The late 19th century Lambton Quay landmark resembling an Italian stone palace deceives; although hard to detect it is constructed of timber and the largest wooden building in the southern hemisphere.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Steaming with history - the hillside workshops
    • Abstract:
      A century of steam - an overview of the contribution the Hillside Workshops have made to New Zealand Industry from the 1870s to 1970s. Words by Sarah Bond, photographs as noted in captions.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Tributes to Greymouth's industrial and rail history
    • Abstract:
      Shantytown's latest attraction is a replica of the 1880s Dispatch Foundry. It is modelled on the West Coast region's longest serving foundry, the Dispatch Foundry in Greymouth, established in 1873.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Steam traction engine school
    • Abstract: Janes, Robyn
      Driving a steam traction engine on busy modern roads is not for the faint hearted, but ten steam enthusiasts qualified in February to take the old iron horses on public roads. They gained their qualification at the Traction Engine School in Nelson.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - The "forgotten" aviator
    • Abstract:
      Roy Sinclair travels to Hari Hari on the West Coast of the South Island and discovers the little-known story of the man who made the first solo Trans Tasman flight.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Stewart island to cape Reinga in 52 days
    • Abstract:
      In the last issue we wrote about Oamaru resident David Wilson's ambition to ride the length of New Zealand on a replica penny farthing, something that to his knowledge had not been done before. For many years he harboured a dream of doing something "big" and personally challenging while also creating awareness of New Zealand history.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - The New Zealand timber museum
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      Mention of the South Waikato region is likely to conjure up images of endless stretches of exotic forests, timber towns, dairy farms, the Waikato River and a series of hydroelectric dams.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 30 - Trading and whaling in old taranaki
    • Abstract: Hay, Anabright
      Traders and Whalers, the latest attraction at Nigel Ogle's Tawhiti Museum near Hawera, looks innocuous enough at ground level.

      PubDate: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:17:19 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Subscribe and Save - Freepost Form
    • PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Club Listings
    • PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - What's Going On
    • PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Trading Post
    • PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Not the Last Picture Show
    • PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Heritage Reading [Book Review]
    • PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Mail Box, Book Draws, Contributor Profiles and Heritage Roundup
    • PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Editor's Ramblings
    • PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Shattered Dreams in Otaki Gorge
    • Abstract: Bailey, Vivienne
      Journeying up Otaki Gorge is not for the faint-hearted. The road follows Otaki River, from the Horowhenua township of Otaki, towards the river's source in the rugged Tararua Ranges. The last five kilometres are unsealed, narrow and winding, with plunging drops to steel-grey river waters on one side, and steep, forbidding cliffs often wrapped in cold wisps of white mist on the other.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Collector and Entrepreneur Extraordinaire
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      For many years Jackson's Muzeum of Automobilia, Sounds, Victorian and Collectables at Devonport on Auckland's North Shore was a popular tourist destination. The spelling of museum with a 'z' was deliberate, because this museum was different.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - The Vinyl Goes Round and Round
    • Abstract: Moor, Christopher
      Collecting vinyl records is a hobby which began in the early post World War II years after the American Columbia label successfully introduced the 33 1/3rpm long playing record album in 1948. RCA, Columbia's rival, produced the seven inch 45rpm single during the same year, with vinyl all but putting shellac 78 rpm records out of production by the late 1950s.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Mrs Tracey and the Central Theatre
    • Abstract: Webb, Allan
      Movie enthusiast Allan Webb has managed the Te Awamutu Regent Theatre since 1974. He is the sole exhibitor and proprietor of this historic provincial cinema, which opened in 1932. His passion for the theatre extends beyond running his business - he has also published works on the history of regional cinema, and two volumes of Auckland cinema history, including that of the Central Theatre at Papatoetoe and its lady owner/manager, Mrs Tracey. Allan, a former resident of Papatoetoe, believes she was 'an institution for her time' and one of the pioneers in the history of women in New Zealand businesses.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Dragon Flags on Otago Goldfields
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      The dragon flags flew in the Lawrence Chinese Camp, founded in 1867 when the nascent Lawrence town council declared Chinese residences and shops 'out of bounds' in the Otago goldmining town.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Gone but Not Forgotten
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      For 102 years The Press Building looked out onto Cathedral Square. Sadly, it was not to survive long enough to be part of The Press's 150th Anniversary on 25 May 2011.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - For the Love of Antique Tools
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      The New Zealand Vintage Tool Collectors Club (NZVTCC) was founded in 1987 for the purpose of promoting the collection and presentation of vintage and antique tools in New Zealand. What started with three men, who met at an auction, has blossomed into a club of more than 200 members throughout New Zealand, and even Australia, UK, USA and Canada.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - From Desolate Gumfields to the World: The Story of Josip (Joze
           or Joe) Petrov Babich and Babich Wines
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      Unable to speak English and with little money in his pocket, fourteenyear- old Josip Babić (Babich) arrived in New Zealand in 1910 from an impoverished Dalmatia. He was accompanied by his 17-year old brother Stipan.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - The Monrad Legacy
    • Abstract: Gilderdale, Helle
      This year, Bishop Monrad's 200th birthday will be celebrated in Denmark and in several centres throughout New Zealand. His place in Danish history is well established, but most New Zealanders do not know who he was, let alone why it is important to celebrate his bi-centenary.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Preserving Fire Service History
    • Abstract: Sinclair, Roy
      They are a delightfully noisy group of guys, and their camaraderie is contagious. Hot steaming tea and cookies assist the sunshine in thawing the last shivers from the frosty morning.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Stories in Kauri
    • Abstract: Currie, Erika
      Two hundred years ago the mighty kauri tree was undisputed king of the trees in the ancient forests of northern New Zealand. To Maori these forests teaming with birds were a source of food, and kauri provided the large logs for war canoes.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 28 - Reliving the Immigrants' Life
    • Abstract:
      Kim Newth steps aboard an 1863 three-masted barque at the Maritime Museum of San Diego that in her square rigger heyday carried emigrants from Britain to a new life in New Zealand. Between 1871 and 1898, the ship originally named 'Euterpe' circumnavigated the earth no less than 21 times.

      PubDate: Mon, 3 Oct 2011 11:10:05 GMT
       
  • Issue 27 - Subscribe and Save - Freepost Form
    • PubDate: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 09:23:50 GMT
       
  • Issue 27 - Club Listings
    • PubDate: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 09:23:50 GMT
       
  • Issue 27 - What's Going On
    • PubDate: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 09:23:50 GMT
       
  • Issue 27 - Classified Trading Post
    • PubDate: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 09:23:50 GMT
       
  • Issue 27 - Not the Last Picture Show
    • PubDate: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 09:23:50 GMT
       
  • Issue 27 - Heritage Reading [Book Review]
    • PubDate: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 09:23:50 GMT
       
  • Issue 27 - A Child at the Circus
    • Abstract: Fagan, JJ
      PubDate: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 09:23:50 GMT
       
  • Issue 27 - Winter Evening
    • Abstract: Benson, Christine
      PubDate: Thu, 7 Jul 2011 09:23:50 GMT
       
 
 
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