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As soon as a rural community was established small stores appeared to cater for the daily needs of the settlers — food and farm necessities would be stocked, household goods,
This school is not just a school. The quality and standard is great. Being there for over a century is a proof of being effective and relevant system. Rich in
Kia ora DonnaSR, the original photo is from a photograph album that was owned by Miss Anna Hill of Brightwater c1898. Most of the photos appear to have been taken
I've seen this photo used many times to depict Barbara Adie (1797-1877) she married George Rutherford (1804-1876). They were the grandparents of Ernest (Lord) Rutherford (1871-1937).  The photo was included
The two ladies seated on the right are almost certainly two Lawrence sisters who moved to Wakefield in the late 1920's.