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Benson and Hedges Award for Design Entry

Benson and Hedges Award for Design Entry

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 19 August 1969. It shows an entry to the the Lions Club-sponsored showing of the Benson and Hedges Award for design. The model is unidentified.

Creator
Date
September 19, 1969
Place
Palmerston North
 
Benson and Hedges Award for Design Gown of the Year

Benson and Hedges Award for Design Gown of the Year

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 19 August 1969: "This is the Gown of the Year. Modeled by Ngaire Nolan at the Lions Club-sponsored showing of the Benson and Hedges Award for design at the Palmerston North Display Centre last night, this creation is named "Gold Fleece". The jacket is of worsted bullion medallion, all hand crocheted, and then hand sewn, and then lined in lambskin. Underneath is a cullotte style cat suit. Both garments are in cream."

Creator
Date
September 19, 1969
Place
Palmerston North
 
Benson and Hedges Award for Design Entry

Benson and Hedges Award for Design Entry

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 19 August 1969. It shows an entry to the the Lions Club-sponsored showing of the Benson and Hedges Award for design. The model is unidentified.

Creator
Date
September 19, 1969
Place
Palmerston North
 
"Quarry's Days Numbered"

"Quarry's Days Numbered"

This image ran in the Manawatu Evening Standard on 14 March 1988 alongside this story: "The old limestone quarry near Woodville will soon be demolished, but until then it should be treated as dangerous. Owner Maurice Gleeson of Pahiatua's Gleeson Carrying Company said a date had not been set for demolition, but the company hoped to complete the task before winter. Until then, Mr Gleeson has warned people to "stay away. The whole thing is about to fall down. If someone walked in there they could fall down hole and God knows what else could happen." Vandals recently set fire to the building, but the blaze soon died out and no damage was done. Once the old buildings had been torn down Mr Gleeson said his company would set up a portable plant to mine the lime. "We're not in any hurry to get stated [sic]. We'll operated as the need requires." The farming community was so bad at the moment there wasn't much call for lime, he said. Gleeson's [sic] inherited the quarry when they bought Matthew's Brothers Carrying Company four years ago."