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Such an awesome place. The atmosphere is not the usual place you want to go, but we for once wanted to go in a site such as this historical memorial
Looks very like the Okataina road, just past the former school camp.
Great photos! It is good to have memories like this old photos to show to current brass band members how long has the journey been. Their uniform back then looks
The building still exists, but we don't have any photographs of when the chemist was there.  Regards, Kete Admin
The name is Whitley not Whitely. The man that started the store was Albert James Whitley, the son was Alfred John Whitley.   They came from Rangiora, in the South
Thank you to the Leigh for posting the photo of the “wallet” from Len Fisher Chemist. Len Fisher was my Grandfather, my mum Betty’s father. Len topped NZ in his
Hi Tracy. Just found one of the frutee bottles from your families bottling company. Its in ok condition. If u are interested in it let me know
Hi Tracy. Just found one of the frutee bottles from your families bottling company. Its in ok condition. If u are interested in it let me know
Wow, what a neat find.  C. A. Clarke was my Great-Grandfather and I am doing a little family history research at the moment.  Great to see artifacts from the Cordial
H My family and I have just rescued a  glass bottle belonging to this company from the bush at Taupo.
Hard to believe we're all in our 60's now.
At http://rotorua.kete.net.nz/rotorua_transport/images/show/2987-rotorua-motor-transport-co-ltd-c1916, could the date be rather later than 1916,as https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/BOPT19200909.2.4 said in 1920 that, "The "Rotorua Chronicle" says the business of the R.M. Co. and the Hot Lakes Transport
Excerpt from the Daily Post "Keith Calder" was quoted as having been there for 55 years. Perhaps that's who you remember  Alison
Excerpt from the Daily Post "Keith Calder" was quoted as having been there for 55 years. Perhaps that's who you remember  Alison
On 21st  April 1934, Jean  Batten took off from Marsailles, France & flew into a rain storm on her way to Rome. Owing to headwinds she did not arrive over
Kia ora tātau, As a kid growing up in Rotorua in the 1970s and 1980s, Majestic Theatre was my favourite place to go in the whole town. So many good
Kia ora tātau, As a kid growing up in Rotorua in the 1970s and 1980s, Majestic Theatre was my favourite place to go in the whole town. So many good
The only information we have is in the Rotorua newspapers from that time. All Rotorua papers are available to view at the Library
Hi, How would I find out more information about Cafe de Paris?  I'm particularly keen on ownership information and any photographs or memorabilia of some kind.  Would really appreciate some
In the 1940s as a family we lived sometimes in an army tent transit camp, top end of Ranolf Street. This camp backed onto the present day golf course. My