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"Terrazzo (N.Z.) Ltd."

"Terrazzo (N.Z.) Ltd."

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 11 July, 1959. "Space heating has been gaining wide popularity in New Zealand in recent years and Terrazzo (N.Z.) Ltd., besides stocking the recognised makes, have qualified staff to carry out all installations. These heaters are displayed on the centre stand."

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Palmerston North
 
"Latest Craze for Old and Young"

"Latest Craze for Old and Young"

[Photograph of a Jennifer Stowe (later Jennifer Robert Brookes), aged four, standing outside her parent's shop 'The Pram House', which was located next to the Manawatū Evening Standard building on Church Street.]

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Palmerston North
 
Street View of Broadway Avenue, Taken from Coleman Place

Street View of Broadway Avenue, Taken from Coleman Place

A street view of Broadway Avenue at night. The photograph is taken from George Street and includes Coleman Place, with Hallenstein's Bros. Menswear Shop in the foreground, and decorative Christmas lighting on the buildings and hanging suspended over the roadway.

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Coleman Place, Palmerston North
 
"Duxes of City and District Schools" G. Leng-Ward, E. Dowling, J. Crowther, W. Goodyear

"Duxes of City and District Schools" G. Leng-Ward, E. Dowling, J. Crowther, W. Goodyear

[Photograph of Duxes of City and District Schools: G. Leng-Ward, E. Dowling, J. Crowther and W. Goodyear standing outside their school (Winchester School).]

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Palmerston North
 
Photorama - April 1963

Photorama - April 1963

Manawatu Photorama was published between 1959 and 1964 by Frank Goldingham. It featured social occasions, sports events and city events and perfomances photographed both by Mr. Goldingham and contributing photographers.

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2022Pa_TeManawa-99-105-7_040228
 
ANZAC Day March

ANZAC Day March

ANZAC Day parade through the Square, lead by the Mayor (Mr. G.M. Rennie) and senior military officers. Return Services Members line the road behind.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
ANZAC Day March

ANZAC Day March

The Manawatū Scottish Society Pipe Band is lining the path to the Cenotaph in the Square, as part of the ANZAC Day commemorative service. Mayor Gilbert Rennie is visible standing opposite the band. The Commercial Hotel and Buildings, and the Milne and Choyce building can be seen in the distance.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Pipe Band Marching Along Cuba Street, Palmerston North

Pipe Band Marching Along Cuba Street, Palmerston North

The Manawatū Scottish Society Pipe Band is marching along Cuba Street passing the Māori Battalion Hall, followed by Returned Servicemen, as part of the ANZAC Day commemorative service.

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Cnr. Cuba and Bourke Streets, Palmerston North
 
ANZAC Day March

ANZAC Day March

The Manawatū Scottish Society Pipe Band marching through The Square, as part of the ANZAC Day commemorative service.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Centennial Celebrations Programme - Central Normal School

Centennial Celebrations Programme - Central Normal School

Programme prepared for Central Normal School's 100th Anniversary in 1973. Held over three days; 23rd to 25th March; The Centennary was widely attended by past pupils and staff.

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Palmerston North, Central Normal School, 201 Featherston Street
 
125th Celebration Programme - Central Normal School

125th Celebration Programme - Central Normal School

Programme prepared for Central Normal School's 125th Anniversary in 1998. Held over three days; 23rd to 25th October; The Centennary was widely attended by past pupils and staff.

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Palmerston North, Central Normal School, 201 Featherston Street
 
Vintage Fire Engines in the Square

Vintage Fire Engines in the Square

Crowds are admiring a number of vintage fire engines, accompanied by firemen dressed in period uniforms. The P.D.C. and Maple buildings can be seen in the rear of the photograph.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
New Building  on Corner of George and Main Streets

New Building on Corner of George and Main Streets

Street view of the new shopping complex, built to replace the Britannia Buildings on the corner of George and Main Street. The photograph is taken from across the intersection by the new Palmerston North Civic Administration Building.

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Cnr. Main and George Streets, Palmerston North
 
Vintage Fire Engine in the Square

Vintage Fire Engine in the Square

As part of the event celebrating NZ Fire Services, children are seen riding on one of the older fire engines around the Square. The clock tower can be seen in the background

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Centennial Pavilion in the Square

Centennial Pavilion in the Square

The Centennial Pavilion was constructed in The Square for the 1971 Palmerston North Centennial. Comprised of a series of prefabricated buildings that sat opposite Main Street and the Commercial Hotel, the Centennial Pavilion was a meeting hall used by the community. It was relocated to Kaimanawa Street in 1980, where it became the Kelvin Grove Community Centre.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Event in the Square

Event in the Square

Crowds are gathered for a parade or event in the Square. The photograph was taken from the raised berm of the Lion's Den looking towards the Commercial Hotel, and the D.I.C.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
Event in the Square

Event in the Square

Crowds are gathered for a parade or event in the Square. The photograph was taken by the clock tower, looking towards the Public Library and Watson Bros. Building. There appears to be a raised platform or ship?? with flags parked behind the Lion's Den.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
The Square, Palmerston North

The Square, Palmerston North

A view of the Square gardens, including the Maple and P.D.C. Buildings in the background. The large oak opposite the Public Library is turning colours with the change of seasons.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
In Great Demand
In Great DemandIn Great Demand

In Great Demand

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 5th January 1966 "With the long period of the holidays over, housewives today were anxious to get supplies of fresh bread. The greatest demand in the district is from the holiday resorts at Himatangi and Foxton where many holidaymakers were eagerly awaiting deliveries of bread. In consequence, the bakers at Messrs. Boniface Bakeries were at full pressure today to cope with the demand. Messrs. B. McKnight (left) and W. White are seen lifting out the dough in readiness for baking."

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Main Street, Palmerston North
 
"Start of a Five-Stage Cycling Tour"

"Start of a Five-Stage Cycling Tour"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 20 September 1958: "Professional cyclists began this morning a two-day tour in five stages. Three stages will be carried out today. The first, from Palmerston North to Sanson and return. The second, a time trial to Ashhurst, and the third beginning one mile beyond Ashhurst. The riders will return home via Feilding, Sanson and Rongotea. Tomorrow the riders take in Himatangi and the total mileage for the two days will be approximated 170."

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Palmerston North
 
"Mr. & Mrs. G.I. Lowe" Diamond Wedding Anniversary

"Mr. & Mrs. G.I. Lowe" Diamond Wedding Anniversary

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 29 April 1961 "Diamond Wedding: Long association with farming in the Manawatu. Mr. and Mrs. G.I. Lowe, of Linton Street, Palmerston North have enjoyed sixty years of married life. Both were born in the South Island but came with their families to reside in the Manawatu in their teens. Since their marriage, solemnised by the Rev. T.W. Newbiold, they have been actively connected with farming at Cheltenham, Himatangi and Rongotea."

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Linton Street, Palmerston North
 
Three Boys Collecting Christmas Trees

Three Boys Collecting Christmas Trees

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 11th December 1965 "Messrs. M.B. Beale, W.W. Ansell and C.W. Ellis, members of the Round Table organisation, with sample Christmas trees which are selling on December 18. They money received will go to charitable organisations. It is the hope of the organisers to sell 400 trees which have been obtained from Himatangi."

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Palmerston North
 
"Could Not Remove Whale's Tooth"

"Could Not Remove Whale's Tooth"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 21 February 1961 "One of the many interested persons who have inspected the sperm whale at Himatangi Beach. This man endeavoured to carry out a minor dental operation with the aid of a hammer. Unfortunately he was unable to obtain a souvenir as the tooth was too well attached to the jaw."

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Himitangi Beach, Rangitikei
 
Manawatu Farm Location Map
Index

Manawatu Farm Location Map

Map that shows ownership of farm land, covering the area from approximately Mangaweka to Himatangi Beach in the North Island. The index lists the farms according to the owner's name.

Produced by John Read Agricultural Consultancy Ltd, Palmerston North.

As compiled by Aerial Surveys Limited.

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Manawatu and neighbouring areas
 
"Rangitikei River Proves Barrier to Army" Breakfast Stop While Under Manoeuvres

"Rangitikei River Proves Barrier to Army" Breakfast Stop While Under Manoeuvres

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 16 February 1961: "This morning troopers, n.c.o.'s and officers of D Squadron of the New Zealand Scottish Regiment moved from an overnight stop at Himatangi into a new position on the banks of the Rangitikei River, behind Flock House. Arriving in position at 6.30 a.m., an hour after leaving Himatangi, members of the squadron concealed themselves in the trees and undergrowth and washed and prepared a stew for breakfast."

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Rangitikei River, near Bulls
 
Contemplation

Contemplation

Walking along Himatangi beach.

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HImitangi Beach, Manawatu-Whanganui
 
"Difficult to Reach Foxton That Way" Flooding on the  Palmerston North - Himatangi Road

"Difficult to Reach Foxton That Way" Flooding on the Palmerston North - Himatangi Road

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 21 May, 1959. "About 300 acres of farmlands flooded to the north of Rangiotu included half a mile of the main Palmerston North-Himatangi road, which last evening was closed to traffic. This morning several cars were successful in their venture across. All stock has been removed to higher levels, and nearby farmers were up at all hours last night in case the flooding became really serious." Other photos associated with this article was published on the same day.

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Rangiotu
 
Palmerston North Centenary Parade: Whakarongo Blacksmiths With Mobile Forge, on the Back of a Truck

Palmerston North Centenary Parade: Whakarongo Blacksmiths With Mobile Forge, on the Back of a Truck

The Whakarongo Smithy on display during the Palmerston North Centenary parade. The The Manawatu Evening Standard on 15th March 1971 reported that the Whakarongo Smithy was "one of the most authentic and popular floats in the procession. It depicts a blacksmith's forge at the turn of the century." The float included forge, bellows, horse tack and wagon wheels, and two blacksmiths dressed in clothes from the previous century. The truck is parked in the Showgrounds. Based upon another photo of this float reproduced in Vera McLennan's From Stoney Creek to Whakarongo (1978), the two men are believed to be 'Doc' Romley (left) and Noel Groube, (right).

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Cuba Street, Palmerston North
 
Christmas lights on Broadway Avenue

Christmas lights on Broadway Avenue

Broadway Avenue with Christmas lights strung across the road outside Collinson and Cunninghame. The State and Regent Theatres can be seen, with the Cathedral of the Holy Spirit in the background.

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Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
 
"President of Rotary International"

"President of Rotary International"

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 04 October 1958: "The president of Rotary International (Mr. G. Clifford Randall) was entertained at luncheon today by members of the Palmerston North Rotary Club and visitors. From left to right: Mr. W.B. Tennent, M.P., Mayor and Past District Governor of Rotary; Mr. Randall; and Mr. W.T. Jaggard, president of the Palmerston North Club."

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Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
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