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Lindsay Creek, Pukehaukea, North East Valley, Dunedin NZ

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Love the Lindsay, and related groups. Old info. Valley ecology. Etc.

psst - it’s the secret life of the creek Secret Life, The Secret, 16 March, Art Competitions, Photo Art, Rooms, Community, Drop, Age

psst - it’s the secret life of the creek photo & art competition Email your fav creek photo / art entry, including name, age and contact details, to project@northeastvalley.org, or drop it off to the Valley Project Community Rooms (beside NEVN school.) Runs from now til Wed 16 March. See ...

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Daily Times | 12 October 1914 | BUSH FIRES.

BUSH FIRES. OUTBREAK AT MOUNT CARGILL. STOPPED BY THE RAIN. A WIDE AREA COVERED. FARMHOUSES SPARED. Between Mount Cargill and Waitati there <e a species of cup formed b.y encircling ranges of hills, the Mount Cargill spur, the Flagstaff Runge, and the hills at the back of Mihhvaka forming the most prominent | portions of the rim. The interior of the cup, which/runs down to the sea at Waitati, is broken by hills of less magnitude than those forming the rim and in nearly all places these…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Daily Times | 12 October 1914 | BUSH FIRES.

BUSH FIRES. OUTBREAK AT MOUNT CARGILL. STOPPED BY THE RAIN. A WIDE AREA COVERED. FARMHOUSES SPARED. Between Mount Cargill and Waitati there <e a species of cup formed b.y encircling ranges of hills, the Mount Cargill spur, the Flagstaff Runge, and the hills at the back of Mihhvaka forming the most prominent | portions of the rim. The interior of the cup, which/runs down to the sea at Waitati, is broken by hills of less magnitude than those forming the rim and in nearly all places these…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Daily Times | 14 February 1877 | THE FLOODS.

THE FLOODS. (From The Times ol Wednesday, Feb. 7.) It wan evident on M«nday that the Province was to be subjected to another aeries of disasters from floods such as thos» which inflicted wide apread injury in the year 1868. l'he ram which set in steadily shortly before midnight on Sunday last, continued to pour down in torrents during Monday and Tuesday, and showed no signs of abatement until after nightfall on Tuesday. The rain was accompanied with little or no wind, and joured down with…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Daily Times | 7 February 1877 | THE FLOODS,

THE FLOODS, As we stated in our last issue, it was evident on Menday night that the Province was about, to be subjected to another aeries of disasters from floods'such as those which inflicted widespread injury in the year 1868. The rain ; which set in steadily shortly before midnight 'on Sunday last, continued to pour down in : torrents during Monday and Tuesday, and showed no signs of abatement until after nightfall on Tuesday. The rain was accompanied with little or no wind, and poured…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Evening Star | 7 March 1881 | The Evening Star MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1881.

The Evening Star MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1881. Among the passengers by the Rlngarooma are Generals M'Donald and Miohel, of the Indian Army) and both officers, we believe, saw service In the last Affghan campaign. We notice that during his stay In Tasmania the Jooal volunteers were paraded for and Inspected by General Miohel, who gave some valuable advioe to the artillery, to whioh braaek of the servloe he belongs. A gammoned meeting of the Dunodin Branch of the Amalgamated Sooiety of Carpenters and…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Witness | 27 January 1872 | The Bushman's Story.

The Bushman's Story. OF BEING SNOWED UP. Tho following is one of the <c Australian Storks Round the Camp Fire " recently published by Mr It. P. Whitworth, and noticed in our last :—: — I mind, mates, when I was down in New Zealand, about six or seven years since, yetting into a queer fix on the ranges between the Dire river and tho fvikapo, or, a3 they call it now, Ilia Hoilyford, through being n little bit too venturesome. I've had a good many ups and downs since I've b^en knocking about…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Witness | 3 August 1872 | THE OTAGO INSTITUTE.

THE OTAGO INSTITUTE. The annual meeting of the Otago Institute was held in the University Building last week, Dr Hocken, Vice-Presi-dent, in the chair. The attendance was not large, there being only 20 gentlemen present. NEW MEMBERS. The Hon. Secretary, Mr D. Brent, reported that Professor Black, and Messrs Fleming, G. M. Thomson, John Hardy, and Thomas George had been elected members. Mr James Fulton was proposed and elected a member. REPORTS. Mr Brent read the annual reporb for the year…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Witness | 13 January 1909 | MAORI NOMENCLATURE

MAORI NOMENCLATURE EARLY HISTORY OF OTAGO. By W. H. S. Roberts. DUNEDIN. he upper part of Otago Harbour, iposite Dunedin, had the Maori name of v>te-poni. or Ote-poutu, meaning " the place of the steep points," or "where the Doint? of land come together," referring to Legan"s Point and the point opposite at i Anderson's Bay. the part of the harbour 1 'outh of those points forming a horseshoe■Shapetl bay, contracted as at the heels, by the oo'uts referred to. Ota-go H-irbour Cnom the Heads to…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Daily Times | 8 December 1862 | THE Otago Daily Times.

THE Otago Daily Times. v Inveniam viatn auffaciam." .* DUNEDtN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 8. Outside the circle of the immediate framers (whoever they may be), of the proposals, there appears to be a tolerable unanimity of opinion as to the defects of the land system, and the readied mode of remedying them. It is recognised that the regulations, devised origi- „ naliy for a particular purpose, to facilitate the acquisition of land, now serve only to' defea that object. The system of application, to…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Daily Times | 6 June 1866 | Page 4 Advertisements Column 2

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Daily Times | 19 April 1904 | THE TRAMWAYS AND THE GARDENS.

THE TRAMWAYS AND THE GARDENS. TO THE EDITOR* Sir, —Your admirable leader and' sketch map issued on Saturday should bo very acceptable to the electors and tho» interested in the Gardens route. As you say, those who are' going to vato will be in a dilemma. Tho consequence is the voters are likely to vote agaiust • the proposal. Quite right, too, if the route as marked out was to be the route end none other, seeing it would seriously mutilate the present beautiful Gardens. Would not the Gardens…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Evening Star | 25 April 1904 | THE GARDENS ROUTE.

THE GARDENS ROUTE. TO THK EDITOE. Sir,—You have taken an unwarrantable liberty in connecting my name with 'one of the routes through, the Gardens shown in the plan you publish. You cannot lay your finger upon any word of mine which justifies you in saying that I wish to have laid down the line which you have chosen to delineate as the "direct route," but which is anything but a direct route. The direct route is a straight line sighted along Castle street towards the North Boundary road…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Evening Star | 26 January 1912 | THE VALLEY FLOODS.

THE VALLEY FLOODS. THE COUNCIL'S POSITION. Tim Works Committee of the City Council last evening further considered the request of a Nortli-east Valley deputation that something should he done hy the council in the way of clearing out the bed of Lindsay's Creek, so as to prevent anv fiiuno Hoods which might occur from overflowing tho hanks. At the previous meeting of the committee it was decided to obtain legal advice as to whether the council were responsible for the removal of debris…

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Papers Past | Newspapers | Otago Witness | 15 May 1858 | GENERAL ROAD BOARD.

GENERAL ROAD BOARD. A Meeting of the Acting Committee of this Board was held on Tuesday the 4th instant. Present — Messrs. Every, Fulton, Hepburn, Christie, Calder, Cargill, Lindsay, and Andrew. Mr. Macandrew in the Chair. The following .Report, for April, from the Road Engineer was read: — " On Mr. Briscoe applying to me to know what description of maps were required for the office of the General Board of Road Trustees, I went with Mr. Rrisroe to the Suney Office, where I told the Chief…