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Collection by Brock Mack

Brock Mack
The Discovery Box and associated Teacher Resources supporting the Walking with an Anzac Programme. Treaty Of Versailles, Discovery Box, Teacher Resources, Investigations, Badge, Peace, Celebration, Guns, Walking

Walking with an Anzac — Your item has a story

The WW100NZ Discovery Box and associated Teacher Resources supporting the Walking with an Anzac Programme.

Their Stories - Our History - Hudson, Athol Captain Hat, Guns, War, History, Character, Weapons Guns, Historia, Revolvers, Weapons

WW1 Their Stories - Our History - Hudson, Athol

WW1 Their Stories - Our History - Hudson, Athol

Athol's father Dr Hudson is killed in a car accident Grammar School, Father, Death, Car, Pai, Automobile, Autos, Dads, Cars

Papers Past | Newspapers | Evening Star | 12 July 1912 | DR HUDSON’S DEATH.

DR HUDSON’S DEATH. The Nelson ; Colonist ’ gives particulars of the fatal accident-to Dr James Hudson, of who met Ins death while descending Spooner’s Range on the town side in a motor car. Dr Hudson, who was accompanied by his daughter, was driving the carat a steady pace, and when negotiating a corner halfway down the hill, the wheels of tlio car skidded, and it wont over the bank. The ear overturned, and Dr Hudson and Hiss Hudson were thrown out. The former struck his head against a…

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Hudson, Dr

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The Tasman Fruit Company Fruit Company

Papers Past | Newspapers | Nelson Evening Mail | 6 October 1911 | TASMAN FRUIT LANDS COMPANY, LIMITED.

TASMAN FRUIT LANDS COMPANY, LIMITED. The statutory .meeting of shareliolers of - the Tasman. Fruit Lands Company, was held yesterday afternoon, Mr Arthur McKee, chairman of directors, presiding. The directors' report and balance-sheet were adopted, and the provisional directors, Messrs A. McKee, C. VV. Brown., N. McLaren, J. Bushby, and W. Dee, were re-elected. The chairman referred to the remarkable developments that had taken place at Tasman, and announced- that Mr F. E. Nottage, the…

Mrs Hudson nurses local Tapawera families affected by influenza Mrs Hudson, Thing 1, Influenza, Health Department, Nurses, Families, My Family, Being A Nurse, Households

Papers Past | Newspapers | Nelson Evening Mail | 21 November 1918 | POSITION AT NELSON

POSITION AT NELSON MAN Y .FRESH CASES, BUT DISEASE NOT £0 SEVERE. The position in Nelson to-day, Mr. Neale states, is that there havo been many fresh cases, but of a lees severe nature. The fact that the Nikau brought 100 passengers from Wellington last evening has been freely commented upon today. Mr. Neale states that the matter has been considered with a view to tho possible cessation of shipping between. Wellington and Nelson. Ho intends calling a conference for this evening to further…

Mrs Hudson gives away her daughter at her wedding in Mrs Hudson, Bride Sister, Pink Blossom, Rose Buds, Daughter, Wedding, Valentines Day Weddings, Weddings, My Daughter

Papers Past | Newspapers | Nelson Evening Mail | 4 July 1922 | WEDDING

WEDDING HANBON—nUDSON' A wedding which created a great deal of interest- was solemnized last Wednesday in the little Church of St. James, Tadmor. The bride was Miss Elbe Hudson, a daughter of the late. Dr. Hudson and Mrs Hudson, of Tapawera—tlic bridegroom Mr Gerald Hanroii of Stanley .Brook. The bride, who was given away by her mother, looked very (.harming in a dress of palo pink georgette over charxneuso. She wore a veil beautifully embroidered in pink and silver, with a wreath of…

Athol Hudson - Obituary Mrs Hudson, Investigations, Student, Life, Study

Papers Past | Newspapers | Colonist | 22 July 1916 | PERSONAL

PERSONAL ~l ;_""::.:: iron-: in formation rccfivpd that Trooper R. G. Cooke, rej)orted as having died from wounds, is not the son of Mrs Copke, of Richmond, but another soldier -with the same initials. There ha;.been some confusion as to the identity of the soldier concerned, Taut Mrs Cook© has now received the assurance of the Defence authorities that it is not her son, whose last letter was despatched from Egypt. Lieutenant E. J. Fawcett of-Tad-mor, is among those reported Avounded in a…

A letter describing Athol's death Bacon Pig, Mrs Hudson, Miss Mary, The Cure, Death, Lettering, Ancestry, Pigs, Image

Papers Past | Newspapers | Nelson Evening Mail | 15 September 1916 | LIEUTENANT ATHOL HUDSON

LIEUTENANT ATHOL HUDSON HOW HE MET HIS DEATH. A NELSONIAN'S LETTER. Mrs Hudson, of Tapawera. has received from Lieutenant Cyril M. Bout a letter detailing the circumstances under which her son, Lieutenant Athol Hudson, met his death in France. Lieutenant Rout says : "We were both in the same battalion, and as old- Nelson boys and Waitaki schoolfellows, had a great deal rnc ommon. I saw a fair amount of him in and out of the trenches. His loss is felt by us all, as he was carrying out the…