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'Maori Messenger' Journals. Volumes as follows:- February 15 1858 February 27 1858 February 30 1858 March 30 1858 April 15 1858 April 30 1858 May 15 1858 May 31 1858 June

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Dates covered: 1858 - 1858     

John Aubin opened a general store in Pirongia in 1864. In 1910 his son-in-law, W.H. Bell, took over the management with the help of his two sons.

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1964     

Historical Notes The inaugural meeting of the Te Awamutu Club was held in 1968.

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Dates covered: 1968 - 1987     

The partnership of Clark and McMillan Limited was established in 1912, and operated as both furnishers and undertakers. The company, Clark's Funeral Services, developed out of the partnership.

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Dates covered: 1914 - 1972     

The entry is a revision of NRAM B 461 Historical Notes The Te Awamutu Branch was formed at an inaugural meeeting on 21 April 1952, at the Country Women's Hall.

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Dates covered: 1952 - 1973     

Records consist of three minute-books, from the inaugural meeting on 21 April 1952, at the Country Women's Hall, through to 9 July 1973, when at a special General Meeting the club amalgamated with the

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Dates covered: 1952 - 1973     

Historical Notes The Country Women's Institute (CWI), or Women's Institute as it was named up to 1952, was set up to provide country women with support and education.

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Dates covered: 1931 - 1976     

Description of the HauHau rebellion. Newspaper clippings and notes by J. Cowan.

Paper

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Dates covered: 1860 - 1860     

As an architect, Frederick Charles Daniell went into partnership with Thomas S. Gray, both living and practising in Hamilton. In 1925, Daniell was working with a Mr Lusk.

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Dates covered: 1911 - 1935     

Winston Frederick Daniell was the son of Frederick Charles Daniell (See C 476).

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Dates covered: 1914 - Circa 1939     

The letter is from Jim Drake, a corporal in the Colonial Defence Force, to his personal friend, Robert Glasson, of Te Awamutu. It describes the journey of the Colonial Defence Force from Papakura Cam

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Dates covered: 1864 - 1864     

The Empire Theatre Company, formerly the Te Awamutu Theatre Company, was founded in March 1916.

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Dates covered: 1915 - 1976     

This company was formed in 1937. Its object was to produce silent and sound films. The first was to be a sound film of 'Rewi's Last Stand'.

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Dates covered: 1937 - Circa 1949     

Genealogy of Garmonsway Family compiled by F.C Bell in 1970... Begins with the marriage of Edward Watts Garmonsway to Letitia Ann Gordon on 13 May 1831 at Limerick.

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Dates covered: 1831 - 1831     

Letter from Charles Garmonsway to cousin Janie written on October 20, 1964. Charles Garmonsway was an ex-resident of Alexandra (Pirongia) who played in the band.

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Dates covered: 1880 - 1880     

Bound manuscript of Major Frederick Gascoyne's reminiscences....particularly focuses on the New Zealand Wars. Includes an appendix by Captain G.A. Preece on the "pursuit of Te Kooti".

Manuscript

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Dates covered: 1837 - 1872     

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     

Harapepe, situated approximately 20 miles north-west of Te Awamutu, was the township planned and subdivided for von Tempsky's Forest Rangers. Several of these men were on the first school committee.

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Dates covered: 1876 - 1892     

Dr Harsant arrived in New Zealand in 1853 with his wife and nine children. He had a letter of introduction to Governor Sir George Grey, who offered him an appointment at Otawhao which he accepted.

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Dates covered: 1811 - 1897     

Allen Henderson, a farmer in the township of Kihikihi, 3 kms south of Te Awamutu. Areas: Kihikihi

Diary

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Dates covered: 1886 - 1888     
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