New Zealand Memories Issue 141

New Zealand Memories Issue 141


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The First Wahine 4

Bruce E. Collins gives an account of the triple-screw steamer built in 1913.

School Lunch 8

An unwelcome surprise for Bev Wood.

Poor but Rich 10

Suburban boyhood in the 1930s by Malcolm Smith.

From the Regions: Taranaki 16

The Party Line 26

Hugh Hickman investigates early telephone communication.

Telephones in Blenheim 31

Esther Mallett phone number in 1943 was only four digits.

Olive’s Working Years 32

Jeanette Grant has contributed mother Olive Clarke’s memoirs.

Centrefold: St Helier’s Bay Hotel 36

New Zealanders and the “Golden Age of Operatic Voices” 38

Max Cryer discusses the careers of two female front-rank stars.

Beyond the Sight of Men 43

Bill Conroy brings an ANZAC focus.

Flying Firsts in New Zealand 44

Allan Smith witnessed three unique aviation events.

From the Regions: Nelson / Marlborough 48

Road Patrol 59

School memories from Ted Body.

The Tremaine Tapestry 60

The story of the Felicias by Annette Hay.

Mailbox 66

Jockey Y-Fronts Hit New Zealand Shops 68

Editor’s Choice 72

Nothing to laugh about.





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