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3 July 1934
Photo - 001 -
editorial staff of "Canta" at Canterbury College
From left - Messrs L.Kingsbury,
A.J.Rayner; I.Murdoch; J.Gardner;
Photo - 002
HEINE - Miss
E.M. botanist to Dominion Museum, ----
Photo - 003
SMITH - Mr Norman V.
succeeded Mr H.G.Ell as
chairman of Port Hills - Akaroa Summit Road Trust.
4 July 1934
Wedding Photo - 004
EDRIDGE - RUTHERFORD -
Ernest Edridge and Miss Mary Rutherford
10 July 1934
Photo - 007 -
NZ Curling Championships - Australian Team
From left - Mrs Moffatt Pender;
Mr Douglas W. Hattrick;
Captain I.M.Moffatt Pender;
Mr Thomas Faulds;
Photo - 008
GILL - Mr W.E.
A. manager for NZ Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society
Memorial Service - 009
PETTIT - Mr
Thomas, a member of Baptist Church more than 60 years.
11 July 1934
Photo - 010
- Canterbury Branch, National Council of Women
From left - Mrs W.G.Roberts
(vice president); Miss Jean Batten;
Miss M.Trent (president);
Mrs E. Batten;
Miss I. M. Jamieson;
Photo - 012
McMASTER - Mr J. on his
miniature tractor he has invented, is 5ft long and can
travel 60 miles an hour.
Photo - 013
MORGAN - Captain L.
Vaughan, M.V.O. D.S.C. the new second naval
officer of the NZ Navy Board.
Photo - 014
RENNIE - Mr W. O. of
"Rushbrook" Doyleston, been awarded the Bledisloe Medal for
outstanding service to agriculture.
HEANY - Mr A.O.
dominion secretary of the Associated Chambers of Commerce, will
arrive Christchurch today.
12 July 1934
DENNISTON - Mr
Geoffrey, of Adelaide, a former master of Christ's College,
appointed to staff of Wanganui ----
PETTIT - Mr Thomas, Mayor
of Nelson in 1910 has died -----
BERROW - Mr Norman,
of Christchurch, had 2 novels accepted for publication ----
Farewell - 016
EVERETT - Mr Herbert,
---- to the Wakefield district --- moving to
Obituary - 017
OLSEN - Miss E.M. --
no relatives in NZ head of dressmaking dept. of Messrs Trathen
and Co. about 10 years -- was about to go on holiday
parents in Sydney ----
14 July 1934
Photo - 018
HARTIGAN - Miss Joan,
Australian tennis player -----
SAUNDERS - Mr W.R. appointed
NZ manager of Commercial Union Assurance Co. and ocean Accident
Photo - 019
HASLAM - Dr A.L. of
Christchurch, contributes an article today in the paper.
McLEOD - Mr J.S.
presided at annual meeting in Wellington, NZ Racing
Photo - 021 -
Canterbury Rowing Club Youth Crew
From left - J.F.Grierson,
C.B.Dobson, E.M.Boulton, F.R.Dunsford, J.M.Laurie (cox)
16 July 1934
Photo - 022 - Canterbury A. Basketball Reps.
From right - J.Gibson (Digby's)
(Cathedral); E. Clements
(Technical) N.Betts (United)
O.Wheatley (United) J.Hunter (Technical); V. Flood (Cathedral); G.Winter (Digby's); A.Templeton, (Technical); K.
abesnt F.Southam, (United).
Photo - 024 -
Amateur Cycle Race
MURRAY - J.C. won
both senior and junior championships 73 starters --- 30
miles, Halswell, Rolleston, Broadfield and Prebbleton
Photo - 025
DENNISTON - Mr G.L. former
Mayor of Dunedin, death has occurred younger brother of
Sir John Denniston.
Photo - 026
- Temuka to Timaru harrier race
HOLMES - R.
(Timaru) finished 3rd
BROWN - E.C. (Civil
Service Dunedin) the winner
PARK - A.D.
(Baptist Christchurch) was 2nd.
Photo - 027
IRWIN - Mr W.R.M. with his
McRAE - Mr
D. with his dog were 1st and 2nd in 5th trial
of Canterbury Gun Dog Club at Brooklands
Photo - 028
McKASKELL - E.A.
won 30 mile Canterbury amateur road race on Saturday.
17 July 1934
Photo - 029
- Canterbury Rugby players
HATTERSLEY - O. (Sydenham)
TWEEDIE - C.A. (Old
FRANCIS - B.W.
OLIVER - W.
(Sunnyside) all have gained rep. rugby honours for the
20 July 1934
Photo - 030
ACLAND - Mr H.D.
re-elected president of Christchurch Citizens' Assoc.
Photo - 030a
BIRD - Superintendent
A.S. of Timaru, will retire shortly
Inspector L.E. of Gisborne, will succeed Superintendent
21 July 1934
Photo - 032
BIRKINSHAW - Mrs
F.T. (Margaret Jepson)
of Amberley, whose novel "Via Panama" is reviewed --
Photo - 033
OLIVER - C.J. captain
of Canterbury Rugby team (Ranfurly Shield)
MANN - W.
(Merivale) will replace G.F.Hart against Hawke's Bay at Lancaster
Photo - 035
HARRIS - L.E. (joint
managers Hawkes Bay rugby Team)
STEERE - E.R.G.
ANDERSON - Mr W.
(secretary to Hawkes Bay Rugby Team)
Photo - 036
FRANKEL - Dr
O.H. of Christchurch contributes an article to the paper
26 July 1934
Photo - 038
BATEMAN - Mr W.E. of
Christchurch, has died, a builder of models,
showing a model of the Edmonds Band Rotunda
Obituary - 039
BATEMAN - William
Edwin, known to builders and architects in Christchurch
for his accurate and clever models of houses and other
trained as a cabinet maker ----
aged 58 survived by his wife, 3 sons and 3 daughters.
Photo - 040
HOLFORD - Mr
G.H. of Christchurch gave an address yesterday to
young farmers ---
FORSYTH - Mr T.
chairman of Wellington Education Board ------
Photo - 041
YOUNG - Hon. J.A.
Minister of health -----
BITCHENER - Hon. J.
Minister of Public Works ------
Memorial - 042
McCOMBS - Mr
J. a memorial to the late Mr J.McCombs M.P. in
Woolston Park is in hand. --------
27 July 1934
Photo - 043
- Australian delegates to Pan Pacific Conference, Auckland
From left - Mrs B.L.Hammond;
Mrs H.D. Bennett; Miss
E. Melville; Miss E.Andrews, (leader NZ
delegation) Mrs M.Townshend
Miss M.M.Flynn (Australia); Miss F.Rothwell (Australia);
Miss L.Sullivan; Miss
A.Basten; Miss Papps;
Photo - 044
FLEETWOOD-SMITH - Mr
L. O'B, Australian left handed bowler in
cricket. against Durham.
Photo - 045
HERVEY - Rev.J.R.
vicar of St Stephens Church, Shirley, will retire
JAMESON - Mr S.W.
appointed secretary and treasurer to Canterbury Lawn tennis Assoc.
Funeral - 046
McLENNAN - Mr
Evan, of West Melton, service
at Pres. Church at Halkett chief mourners listed ----
Photo - 047
Rev. Father John, S.M. of Nelson, whose death has
LANGLEY - Mr W.J. a
successful candidate for Christchurch Urban Area at election of
members to Canterbury Education Board.
16 July 2012
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