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He pārongo atu anōErnest Davis and motorbikes, Manawatu Gorge

Ernie Davis (b. 1901), was the son of James and Harriet Davis, who farmed in the Tiritea/Fitzherbert area c1897-1910, after which they moved into Palmerston North. Ernie served in WWII, and became a building inspector. he married Dot Rennet in 1954. Note the sign enforcing a 15mph speed limit through the Gorge with the threat of a 10 pound penalty if caught exceeding the limit.

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Ernest Davis and motorbikes, Manawatu Gorge
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Chung Lee's Cart
Palmerston North City Bus Centre, Church Street
Truck-load of milk cans at Rongotea Butter Factory
Charlie Blackburn in his taxi, Ruahine Street
Ernest Davis' motorbike
Palmerston North Municipal bus drivers
Watt Motor's promoting an 'Oldsmobile' car
Tractor tyre
Ernest Davis and motorbikes, Manawatu Gorge
Mrs Aldrich and children with their 'Richard Brazier' car
Ken Parker and his service car, Palmerston North
Assembling a coach

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Palmerston North
Te rā
circa 1920 to circa 1929

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Palmerston North Libraries and Community Services

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Chung Lee's Cart
Palmerston North City Bus Centre, Church Street
Truck-load of milk cans at Rongotea Butter Factory
Charlie Blackburn in his taxi, Ruahine Street
Ernest Davis' motorbike
Palmerston North Municipal bus drivers
Watt Motor's promoting an 'Oldsmobile' car
Tractor tyre
Ernest Davis and motorbikes, Manawatu Gorge
Mrs Aldrich and children with their 'Richard Brazier' car
Ken Parker and his service car, Palmerston North
Assembling a coach

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