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  • A different type of migration
    SUBSCRIBE to choose the membership option that best suits you setTimezone new DateTimeZone Pacific Auckland echo date format l jS F Y Menu Home Web Cams Your Community Events News Latest News Sport Schools Ashburton College Newsletter Farming Photos Subscribe Jobs Contact Us Log In Home A different type of migration Subscribe Subscribe to see more Click here to create your account Login Enter your details Username Password Remember Lost

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/heritage/a-different-type-of-migration/ (2016-04-30)
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    Good boot and shoe repairer and retailer trading as D V Good Boot and more Silver lining to deadly crash A fatal train crash at Rakaia on March 11 1899 changed many aspects of the way railways in New Zealand more Twenty kilometres for a cuppa and a chat For many heading to a café across town is too far for a cuppa but not for Mary Rutherford and Elizabeth Lambie more The fascinating subject of death Death is just another part of life but a fascinating part says Ashburton Museum s senior curator Maryann more Tinwald s late tree planting By Kathleen Stringer On May 17 1920 the Prince of Wales visited Ashburton Although he was only here for a more Heritage writer inspires crowd About 25 people attended Fortunes of War a talk by Lincoln University heritage writer Ian Collins at the Ashburton more Is there still a place for Mammy Not the sort of thing that would be acceptable in society today but 50 or so years ago this Mammy Memo Holder would more A safe home for your precious records A few years ago there was an insurance promotion where people were asked what was precious

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/heritage/page/2/ (2016-04-30)
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    treasures Recently amidst a box of more mundane material I happened upon an interesting book It appears to have been a more A different view of celebrations Lang may yer lum reek For those who are unable to decipher the above comment let me more The great East Street fire Shops in early Ashburton were built mainly of wood it was the most readily available building material at that more Support for women s rights in Ashburton Recently we obtained a single copy of an interesting newspaper The Prohibitionist and Direct Veto Advocate As more When the streets were lit by gas Visitors to Ashburton Museum can see a large glass sphere hanging from the ceiling with a small light flickering more Seeing the light I often mention how museum objects require special treatment how such things as temperature and humidity can damage more Delivering the news Sometimes images we receive just cry out to be shared even though we may not have that much information to go more Long stays in hospital but why One task some of the volunteers do at the Ashburton Museum is indexing archival material such as old more The girl who made the map

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/heritage/page/3/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Category: Heritage
    collection It s busy busy at the Ashburton Museum at the moment with lots of material coming in from various quarters As more Take a second look Given the district s strong rural roots it s not surprising the Ashburton Museum has a number of images more Memories of Jock McLeod A recent Heritage Page article about former Ashburton veterinarian and blacksmith Jock McLeod brought forward a lot of more Serious train crashes at Rakaia More than 100 years ago Rakaia was the scene of two of the more serious train crashes in the history of railways in more Can you identify these houses The Ashburton Museum recently received a collection of glass plate negatives taken by a professional photographer more A tale of two vets Ashburton Museum has in its collection a small wooden display case painted white and bearing the legend J P more NZ s first magnetic observatory Every once in a while remarkable bits of history find their way into the Ashburton Museum Recently a person was more Bringing back the memories While we each have our allotted tasks here in the museum we share many of the day to day duties At the moment more

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/heritage/page/4/ (2016-04-30)
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    jigsaw can just fall into place without having to search them more Spreading the news How do you get to know what is going on in Ashburton Obviously you read the newspaper but what other avenues more Honouring those who served We are being encouraged to remember and commemorate those who fought in World War One and Two Over the past more Ashburton s lost art Ethel Jones journalist and artist was for 27 years connected with Ashburton But the town has no public record of more Domain ponds and their history It would be hard to imagine Ashburton s Domain without its series of ponds starting near the hockey turf more History through headstones I have been in Ashburton a few years now and I have to confess I still don t really know my way around There are more A dignified resting place A poignant symbol of the many lives lost in wars are the military cemeteries that are to be found throughout the more Where have all the peace oaks gone November 11 1918 saw the end of fighting in World War One but it did not see a declaration the war was actually more Let us

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/heritage/page/5/ (2016-04-30)
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    between clubs This image from our photo collection features the 1901 finish of the Ariel Cycle Club s annual race more Melodic in the extreme Melodica is the name given to a wind instrument created by the German company Hohner in the late more An iconic item I have a friend who is a stickler for the correct usage of words and grammar and all that As a colleague he was more Brothers in arms part two Continuing from last week s article about Frank Cecil Wotten this week Viv Hanson looks at the story of Frank s more Brothers in arms part one Whilst sorting through a quantity of letters documents and photographs destined for the museum I felt that with more Brick hides old photo Wayne Parnham just wanted to build a few brick columns for his home instead he found himself on a mission to more Movie time What a piece of rubbish An old movie programme that was uncovered during house renovations It s tatty dirty and more Family heirlooms can be sewing works of art There are some items that every museum acquires in number Christening gowns are one on the list It is hard

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/heritage/page/10/ (2016-04-30)
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    sweet tooth in Ashburton in the early 20th Century were well catered for with ice cream parlours more Something you don t see every day From the Collection Here s something that you don t see every day a fire screen made from a penguin more Baptist parishioners fired out of the church Early Ashburton was a town of large wooden buildings Fires were common many large buildings of all types were totally more A place where WWI soldiers could meet relax From the collection TOC H is an interdenominational Christian movement that was established in the First World more Many gadgets associated with smoking A filthy habit but until recently a popular one smoking has been around for centuries Originally plants such as more Newspapers bring disastrous event to life Today s journalists are often criticised for delving too deeply into people s misfortunate paying little regard more What happened to the Dickson steam car It was October 18 1958 when a car built in Ashburton made its first appearance The occasion was a traction more Making the job of baling hay easier Guest Spot Mid Canterbury Vintage Machinery Club The harvesting and storage of hay for future use

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/heritage/page/20/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Category: Heritage
    to choose the membership option that best suits you setTimezone new DateTimeZone Pacific Auckland echo date format l jS F Y Menu Home Web Cams Your Community Events News Latest News Sport Schools Ashburton College Newsletter Farming Photos Subscribe Jobs Contact Us Log In Home Heritage Sir Ed s signature re discovered By Susan Sandys The signature of Sir Edmund Hillary has been rediscovered at Mid Canterbury s Double more

    Original URL path: http://www.guardianonline.co.nz/heritage/page/23/ (2016-04-30)
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