Christchurch Press -
1934 - March - snippets
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2 March 1934
Photo - 001
Prominent men of the Pastoral Industry
SUTHERLAND - Mr C.E.
HALE - Mr W.H.
DONOVAN - James
COOP - Mr J.O.
FOSTER - Mr E.A.
SYMONDS - Mr L.Harold.
JONES - Mr David
Photo - 003
SMITH - Mr Justice, chairman
of Native Affairs Commission -----
ILOT - Mr J.M.A.
governing director of Messrs J.Ilot Ltd, advertising agents
JONES - Mr A.H.B.
manager of Christchurch branch of Bank NSW under transfer to
ASTILL - Mr J.E. of
Wellington, lately of head office Sydney will succeed Mr
3 March 1934
Photo - 005
WRIGHT - Miss
G.M. judging young stock show -- Rabbit Breeders Assoc.
Photo - 006
HALL - Derek M. son
of George Hall, of Messrs Booth, Macdonald and Co. joining
training ship Worcester ----
JAMES - Rev.
Whitby, of Hawera, will be preacher at Cathedral
KERR - Mr A.D.
appointed to succeed Mr G.M.SMITH
as manager of Christchurch branch of Messrs John Burns and Co.Ltd.
Photo - 007
RUTHERFORD - Professor
J. arrived by the Tamaroa from England -----
SEWALL - Professor
W.A. new occupant of Chair of English, at Auckland
POCOCK - Professor
L.G. M.A. of Christchurh
Photo - 008
Third Wool Sale
NOSWORTHY - Sir William,
WARD - Sir Cyril,
CLARK - Mr Frank
ANDERSON - Mr B.
HUGHES - Mr C.
PIAT - Mr H.
MILNES - Mr R.T.
SMALL - Mr H.
5 March 1934
Photo - 009
W.Flewellyn, Mr R. Beattie, Dr W.S.Seed, Dr A.L.Haslam, MrT.E.Hampson, J.P.Metcalfe, E.W.Barwick.
Photo - 010
JOHNSTON - Mr D.G. of
Wellington, a member of Native Affairs Commission.
Photo - 011
High Jump record
METCALFE - J.P.
beating NZ record.
Photo - 012
THOMAS - Mr C.S.
elected president of Canterbury Law Society
10 March 1934
Photo - 013
- Ladies Champion of Champions Bowls match
Mesdames Campbell, Templeton, Dickson (Linwood Club
Photo - 014
FALLA - Mr N.S.
rejoined staff of Union Steam Ship Co. as joint general
manager with Mr A.W.WHEELER.
JACKSON - Mr W.E.
appointed manager for Messrs Gordon & Gotch Ltd ---- succession
to Mr Alexander GRAY.
OSBORNE - Mr A.
appointed general manager of NZ Fruit Growers Assoc. resignation of
Photo - 015
WESTON - Dr ?.W. of
Canterbury Agricultural College ---
TYLEE - Rev. F.J. of
St John's pres. Lyttelton -- celebrate 70th ann, tomorrow.
NICHOLL - Mr R.H.
(Petone) leading in National Rifle assoc. at Trentham.
13 March 1934
Photo - 016
HILL - Mr C. of
Greenpark, photo of his 2 exceptionally well built haystacks.
Photo - 017
LILLY - Mr
Arthur, A.R.C.O. organ and choirmaster at Holy Trinity
Church Avonside, ----
BAYFIELD - Mr
A.D. of Wellington, appointed manager for Federal Steam
Navigation Company in succession to Mr N.S.FALLA.
14 March 1934
Accidents & Fatalities - 018
ECKERSLEY - Mr
Holland, killed at Denniston mine
------- survived by widow and 1 son. ----
CLARKE - Mr, received a
compound fracture when hit by a car in Wellington -----
MACK - Gordon,
aged 20 mill hand of Taumarunui, killed at
SUTTON - Mrs A.
fell from her bicycle, is ok.
Photo - 019
BATTEN - Miss Jean, of
Auckland, who will start a flight from England to Australia on
16 April in a Gipsy Moth.
NORTH - Mr H.A.C. of Christchurch has accepted an
invitation to be an accountant to investigate the Tramway Board.
ANDERSON - Mr
James, formerly City treasurer and accountant appointed
with Mr North -----
HAYTER - Captain
S.W. in command of new motorship Port Chalmers arrived
15 March 1934
Fatality - 020
ANDERSON - Theodore, a
bootmaker, aged 72 was drowned (Wellington)
Photo - 021
ANDERSON - Mr Hugh
appointed managing director of Andersons Ltd succeeds his
uncle Mr John Anderson ------
Fatality - 022
BAIGENT - Alfred
Charles, aged 47, married, survived by wife
and 2 sons and 2 daughters --------
Photo - 022a
DICK - R.S. of McGlashan
College (Dunedin) bowling in match against St Andrew's.
Accidents & fatalities -
ENEMY - Percy,
aged 27 of New Plymouth, thrown from a horse ---- died
this evening ---
TAYLOR - Alice
Lilian, aged 21 found dead ----- in
Obituary - 024
FLANAGAN - Mr
Frederick William, a former Valuer-general in NZ ret. 31
December 1925, died Sydney ---- more ---
Photo - 026
GLOVER - Mr P.W.
formerly assistant to Dr Coleridge Farr -- on
leave in Christchurch.
Obituary - 027
PALLISER - Charles
Frederick Wray Bury, C.M.G. born 1854 joined NZ civil
service in 1873 -- ret. in 1916.
Photo - 029
ROSE - Mr W.H.
elected Moderator of Christchurch Presbytery in succession to Rev.
17 March 1934
Photo - 031
GRIFFITHS - Mr George
D. formerly Christchurch won Alfred Bossom Travelling Studentship
and Medal of Royal Institute of Architecture.
BIRKINSHAW - Dr F.T. of
Amberley, contributes an article --
Photo - 032 -
North Canterbury Calf Club
PIERCE - William, of
Hawarden D.H.S. winner of Challenge Cup -----
CHAMBERLAIN - Mr H.
BOYCE - Mr W.J.
WRIGHT - Mr W.L.
(chairman of school committee)
MACKIE - Mr H.J.
Photo - 033
ROSSER - Mr Arthur, of
Auckland, elected president of federation NZ Justices' Assoc.
IRVING - Dr William
leave next week to live in England, been in practice in
Christchurch 34 years.
Photo - 034
BARRER - Mr
B.A. elected president of Canterbury College Students
COLQUHOUN - Colonel
D. D.S.O. will deliver an address on Anzac day in
Photo - 035
HAHN - Mr
L.G. taken at Wigram yesterday rep. Press on
photographic flight over Southern Alps.
also some beautiful full
page photos of the Alps which I have if anyone wants
19 March 1934
Photo - 036
Passengers on board the "Southern Cross" included -
TOSSWILL - Mr R.T. of
SCOTT - Mr A.F.
OETKEN - Dr F.A.
KINGSFORD-SMITH - Mr
20 March 1934
Photo - 037
EASTERFIELD - Mr
T.E. of Canterbury College, awarded Cook Memorial in
BRUCE - Hon.H.A.
Minister for Public Works, visiting Christchurch.
Photo - 038
ROSINDALE - Mr
Matthew, celebrated his 90th birthday yesterday.
Write-Up - 039
ROSINDALE - came to NZ
in 1884 on "Ionic" verger at Avonside Church for
32 years, born Kirkdale, near Liverpool,
served apprentice as
ironfounder, ----- has 3 daughters living, and 7
grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.
21 March 1934
Photo - 040
BARNETT - Sir
Louis, gave a lecture in Christchurch on Open-Air-Schools'
ASHLEY - Mr
W.F. of Napier, appointed engineer to Westland County Council.
22 March 1934
Photo - 042
- Women's Provincial Bowls tournament
WALKER - Mrs on
the Linwood green.
Photo - 043
HELSON - Mr
G.A.H. of Canterbury College, awarded a National
WARNOCK - Rev. R. of
St Albans Pres. Church elected president of Christchurch Ministers'
PAGE - Mr F.J. a
Christchurch pianist, --------
Photo - Wedding -
TODD - WATSON - Dr
W.G.Todd and Miss Thelma M.Watson, leaving St Andrew's
24 March 1934
Photo - 047
LOCKWOOD - Mr G.G. of
BRUNTON - Mr
L.R. a former wicketkeeper for Canterbury has died
GILRAY - Mr Colin
M. principal John McGlashin College appointed headmaster
of Scotch College, Melbourne.
Photo - 046
- Life saving Championship.
Members of the Technical College A. team who won the Monica Thacker
Gwen NICOLLE, Dorothy SANDERS
(Captain) Edna THOMAS,
Venetia REGISTER, Miss
26 March 1934
Photo - 048
- Secondary schools' tennis tournament -
ARMSTRONG - K.
(Rangi-Ruru) the winner
TURNBULL - T.
Photo - 049
- Champion Rink
A.GILES, P.D.McNABB, T.POLLOCK, J.BURGESS (skip)
Photo - 050
- Teachers of other days -
Diamond Jubilee Celebrations at Normal School.
GRAND - Miss N.
BULLOCK - Mrs
WILSON - Mr W.
(the only survivor of first 4 masters of the school)
27 March 1934
Photo - 052
BRAINSBY - H.K.
holder of the NZ hop,step and jump championship -------
Photo - 053
- bowls match for the Bulloch Blade Cup
LAMBERT - Mr A.J.
ROSE - Mr Arthur,
McDUFF - Mr A.M.
McGILLIVRAY - Mr J.O.
Retirement of Methodist Minister - 055
HENDERSON - Rev.
S. after 42 years, the last 5 at Rangiora ----
commenced in England --- came to NZ 40 years ago --
Photo - 056
- Canterbury College scholarship winners.
PEPPER - Miss Dulcie
F. (Helen Macmillan Brown Bursary)
HARROW - Miss
Kathleen (Robert Bell Scholarship)
Photo - 057
- Canterbury Secondary Schools tennis Tournament
CORICH - I. (
finalists in boys' doubles)
McCANN - N.
THOMAS - J.
CONNELL - B.
Photo - 058
TRUDGEON - Mr J.T. of
Canterbury College awarded Butterworth Prize for Law for 1933
Commissioner J. head of salvation Army in NZ.
KITTO - Mr R.L.M. a
member of firm Pyne Gould, Guinness Ltd, will retire shortly
28 March 1934
Photo - 059
BULL - Miss Joan E.
of Canterbury College awarded Charles Cook Warwick House
THOMPSON - Mr A.R. of New
Plymouth succeeds Mr J.N.GREENLAND
as Christchurch manager Union Steamship Co.
Photo - 060
KRISHNAMWRITI - Mr
Jiddu, Indian philosopher arrived Auckland on a visit
OSBORNE - Mr George
appointed custodian of Christchurch municipal baths succeeds
29 March 1934
Photo - 061
ARGYLE - Bandmaster
G.E. of Ashburton Salvation Army will celebrate its
Jubilee at Easter.
THOMPSON - Mr
W. station officer at Christchurch headquarters of St John
Ambulance has resigned.
Photo - 062
SKOGLUND - Mr P. of
Stratford, new president of NZ Institute of Town Clerks.
ABERNETHY - Mr
R.C. elected president of Christchurch High School Old Boys'
DRAKE - Rev. E. to
preach at Good Friday service at Durham st Methodist Church.
HARROP - Dr
A.J. rep. in England of University of NZ will arrive in
Photo - 063
STEWART - Mrs skip of
the Dunedin bowls team -- won the women's rink championship
31 March 1934
Photo - 064
GOODING - Sister
E.M. sister in charge of Lyttelton Maternity Home retiring
after 21 years
STEWART - Hon.
W.Downie, reviews a book entitled Memories
by Marcus Marks, supervisor of Hansard.
Photo - 065
BROWN - Mrs W.
president since 1928 elected life member of Basketball Assoc.
GRAY - Miss Mabel,
succeeds Mrs Brown as president of Canterbury Basketball Assoc.
Funeral Notices - 066
FRENCH - Robert
--- this day for the Sydenham Cemetery
BRAY - Mary Ann,
will leave -- Greenpark for the Lincoln Cemetery.
ALDERSON - Violet,
will leave ----- today -- for the Bromley Cemetery
Photo - 067
- Dominion Conference of Church of Christ
from left -
(Dunedin) Pastor G.FRETWELL
(Invercargill) President, Mr R.CRAIG (Auckland) secretary
Photo - 068
HOLGATE - Miss
A. of Timaru, presented with diploma of the Royal
Life Saving Society (highest award in Empire)
Photo - 069
Students of 4 Universities of New Zealand photographed
at Canterbury College, they are taking part in a university
Tournament, there are no names but a
huge number of people in this photo
5 rows of aprox 30 people to a row, and 1
row of 13 people sitting on the ground in the front.
faces are clearly visible.
7 July 2012
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