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This entry is a revision of NRAM C 220 Scope & Contents This scrapbook contains newsletters and newspaper cuttings, mostly about abortion and related issues. Scrapbook donated by Mary Thomas, with

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Dates covered: 1976 - 1977     

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Records to do with litigation v The Crown

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Dates covered: Circa 1994 - Circa 1999     

Gilbert Anderson came to New Zealand in 1864.

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Dates covered: 1874 - 1903     

Animal Act Amendments - Animals Act and material on animals in general, 1977-95 - " Code of recommendations for the welfare of exhibit animals and information for animal exhibit operators" .

Dates covered: Circa 1977 - Circa 1995      Contributor: Environment and Conservation Organisations of New Zealand     

Contents include Home Guard papers, maps and song; papers on monetary reform, the Waterfront Industry Tribunal (1971-1974) and the contested sacking of the Waitaki County Engineer in 1975. K.G.

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Dates covered: 1941 - 1975     

Correspondence Submission - Proposed Auckland Regional Statement For the Auckland Region, October 1994 - Auckland Regional Council Planning Tribunal, October 1995-1996 - Auckland Regional Council P

Dates covered: Circa 1994 - Circa 1996      Contributor: Environment and Conservation Organisations of New Zealand     

Bank of Australasia documents: overdraft application letters, statements of assets and liabilities, correspondence, solicitor's accountable receipts, solicitor's certificate, statement of stock, stock

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Dates covered: 1887 - 1949     

This entry is an expansion of NRAM A324. Professor Bickerton was born in England and came to New Zealand in 1874 to take the first Chair in Chemistry at Canterbury College. He was primarily known as

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Dates covered: 1872 - 1954     

James Burnett came to Nelson in 1858 from Whangarei where he had been farming.

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Dates covered: 1856 - 1869     

Chaney's Crossing is 4km south of Kaiapoi.

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Dates covered: 1905 - 1905     

Clippings book of examination papers, results and memorabilia (1908-1914); and three photograph albums (life in New Zealand before the war, during the war, and in England and Cambridge after the war

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Dates covered: 1910 - 1922     

This is a series of records deposited in three donations by the Department of Courts concerning various Wairarapa licensing committees. The records include: Minute Books for Wairarapa Licensing Comm

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Dates covered: 1882 - 1964     

Captain Elles was Master of the barque 'Philip Laing' on her voyage to Otago, and later was Resident Magistrate of Southland and Collector of Customs at Invercargill, from 1856. The papers contain

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Dates covered: 1856 - 1878      Contributor: Toitū Otago Settlers Museum     

Born in Dorsetshire, Florance came to New Zealand with his father on the 'Mersey' in 1862. He studied at Canterbury College and was admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court in 1884.

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Dates covered: 1831 - 1935     

Forman was Sheriff of Dunedin during this period.

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Dates covered: 1858 - 1865     

Greaves lived in Nelson from 1842 until 1848, when he returned to England.

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Dates covered: 1842 - 1848     

Thomas Gresham was admitted to the bar in 1879, and was Te Awamutu's first solicitor when he commenced practice there in 1880.

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Dates covered: 1879 - 1900     

Sir Robert Hall retired to New Zealand after a career in the African Colonial Service culminating in the governorship of Sierra Leone, and followed by county local body work in the United Kingdom.

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Dates covered: Circa 1831 - Circa 1910     

In 1865 two log huts at the Police Camp in Revell Street served as the Hokitika Gaol.

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Dates covered: 1907 - 1908     

Records include letterbooks, registers, ledgers, deeds, correspondence, financial and other papers, as well as biographical and historical notes on the lawyers and many of their clients. The legal pa

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Dates covered: 1858 - 1976     
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