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He pārongo atu anōDining room and staff ready for opening of Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon

Miranui Flaxmill, owned by A & L Seifert Flaxmilling Company Ltd, was opened 16 November 1907 by the Hon, Robert McNab (Minister of Lands and Agriculture). The man on the far right is the mill cook, known as ‘Immortal Phipps’. Miranui Flax mill was the largest and most up-to-date flax mill in New Zealand at the time.

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Dining room and staff ready for opening of Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
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Dining room and staff ready for opening of Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Man in Makerua flax swamp, near Shannon
Flooded flax drying fields at Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Gas engine, Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Construction of Miranui Flaxmill, Shannon
Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Tramway for carrying flax at Mirinui Flaxmill, near Shannon
'Miranui' Flaxmill locomotive crossing the Tokomaru Stream, near Shannon
Scutching the fibre, Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon

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November 16, 1907

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Dining room and staff ready for opening of Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Man in Makerua flax swamp, near Shannon
Flooded flax drying fields at Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Gas engine, Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Construction of Miranui Flaxmill, Shannon
Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon
Tramway for carrying flax at Mirinui Flaxmill, near Shannon
'Miranui' Flaxmill locomotive crossing the Tokomaru Stream, near Shannon
Scutching the fibre, Miranui Flaxmill, near Shannon

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