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TRUE TALES OF WAIKINO AND WAITEKAURI

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • 100 Year Old Survivor – by Rose Rees-Owen
  • A Good Keen Eye – by Frances Flaherty
  • A Murder – by Syd Whaley
  • A Short History of Waikino – by Bev Stubbs
  • A Swim at Little Murray Pool – by Graham Robinson
  • An Author in Our Midst – by Frances Flaherty
  • An Old Time Picnic – by Cyril Gwilliam
  • Anne Robinson – A Forgotten Art, Butter Sculptures – by Graham Robinson, Isobel Chester, Margaret Cullen
  • ARTWaikino – by Helen Wilson
  • At Waitekauri, Down on the Farm – Pt I – by Bill Beech
  • At Waitekauri, Down on the Farm – Pt II - by Bill Beech
  • Attending Waitekauri School 1924 – by Isobel Chester
  • Barry Ellis, Wood Turner – by Helen Wilson
  • Behaviour At School 1872
  • Blake Award for Holly – by Helen Wilson
  • Bridges, Tracks and all that …. – by Barbara Procter
  • Childhood at Golden Cross – by Margaret Cullen
  • Childhood Memories of Waikino in the 1930s – by Zoe Hearn
  • Dawn Eden’s Story – by Dawn Eden
  • Dear Mrs Stubbs ….. – William Wiggins
  • Deer Farmer – by Helen Wilson
  • Early Days of the Waitekauri Valley Pt I – by Ron Wells
  • Early Days of the Waitekauri Valley Pt II – Ron Wells
  • Eulogy to Elsie Mann – by Eddie Quinn
  • Farming in a Minefield at Waitekauri – by Homer Stubbs
  • Fishing in the Water Race – by Syd Whaley
  • George Measures – by Helen Wilson
  • Golden Age Newspaper - Waitekauri Every Time
  • Graeme Robb Headmaster and Hero – Robert Theodore Reid
  • Graham Bell, Artist, 1951-2005 – by Helen Wilson
  • History of the Waikino Water Supply … Then – by John Campbell
  • Homer Stubbs – 2009 QSM Recipient – by Frances Flaherty
  • 'How True!' – by Ross Cooper
  • In the Beginning, 1921-1939: Pt I – by Syd Whaley
  • In the Beginning, 1921-1939: Pt II – by Syd Whaley
  • Joan Taylor – by Helen Wilson
  • John Campbell, Good Citizens Award – by Helen Wilson
  • Learning at Golden Cross School – by Isobel Chester
  • Letter Writing - A Dying Art? Royal Reply – by Frances Flaherty
  • Lost! – by Allan Robinson
  • Margie‘s Story – by Margie Roundtree
  • McLeay’s Shoes and the Boy from Waitekauri – by Frances Flaherty
  • Memories of Reg Stace – by John Campbell
  • Memories of Victoria Battery – Part I – by Joseph Killey
  • Memories of Victoria Battery – Part II – by Joseph Killey
  • Memories of Waikino – by Max Jesney
  • Memories of Waikino: 1947-1957, Pt I – by John Bacon
  • Memories of Waikino: 1947-1957, Pt II – by John Bacon
  • Memories of Waikino School in the 1930s-1940s – by Frances Marr
  • My Waikino – Waveney Tunnicliffe
  • My Years at Waikino School 1940-1946 – by Homer Stubbs
  • Ohinemuri River Floods – by Patricia Gilmore
  • Owharoa School - by Bev Stubbs
  • People of the Valley 1950s – by Ron Wells
  • Pop Shaw – by Homer Stubbs
  • Quite a Town – Waikino, 1959 – by J R Dobson
  • Quite a Town Waikino – by Martin Rohan
  • Robbery of Bullion – by Poverty Bay Herald
  • Ronny and Annika – by Helen Wilson
  • Rules for Teachers, 1872
  • Rules for Teachers, 1915
  • School Days in Waitekauri 1907-1916 – by Cyril Gwilliam
  • Schooling at Waitekauri 1890-1902 – by Bill Beech
  • Searched For Peace – Now Town Revives – by Bay of Plenty Times
  • Sentimental Crossing of the Bridge – by Beverley Eden-Leach
  • Sharp as a Tack – by Frances Flaherty
  • Social Change in Waikino – by Peter Stubbs
  • Taming the Waitekauri Valley – by Frances Flaherty
  • The Corbett Family – Pt I, The Early Years – by Ann Richardson
  • The Corbett Family – Pt II, The Waitekauri Years – by Ann Richardson
  • The Early Working Days, 1933 – Pt I – by Syd Whaley
  • The Early Working Days, 1933 – Pt II – by Syd Whaley
  • The Flood – April 1981 – by Bev Stubbs
  • The History of Waikino School 1907-1918 – by Bev Stubbs
  • The Humble Hedgehog – A True Story – by Homer Stubbs
  • The Maoriland Battery – by Elsie Mann
  • The Invasion – by Homer Stubbs
  • The Two Whisker – by John Campbell
  • The Waikino Battery – by Alison Marsh
  • The Waikino School Tragedy, Pt I – by Graeme Robb
  • The Waikino School Tragedy, Pt II – by Graeme Robb
  • The Waitekauri School Bus – by Ron Wells
  • The Waitekauri to Waikino Water Race – by Homer Stubbs
  • Town and Country Neighbours – by Maggie Read
  • Two Lives Entwined - by Frances Flaherty
  • Under the Monkey Puzzle Tree – Part I – by Frank Lee
  • Under the Monkey Puzzle Tree – Part II by Frank Lee
  • Waikino – A Town Full of Memories – by Judith Cotton
  • Waikino Characters - by Allan Robinson
  • Waikino Did Not Die – by Bev Stubbs
  • Waikino from Across the River – by Ken Browne
  • Waikino Home Guard – by Homer Stubbs
  • Waikino Hotels
  • Waikino Memories – by Beverley Eden-Leach
  • Waikino Presentation 22 January 2007 – by Yvonne Mead
  • Waikino Snippets: Cricket; Andy – by Homer Stubbs
  • Waikino Tunnel Nearly Ready - from the Waihi Leader
  • Waikino Snippets: First Run; “Jack”; “Fred” – by Homer Stubbs
  • Waikino Snippets: Memories of Waitekauri; Cow Rescue – by Bill Keatley; Homer Stubbs
  • Waikino Snippets: New Rifle; Depression Days – by Syd Whaley
  • Waikino Snippets: Pop Wells; Happy Memories of Waikino – by R Wells; Carol Johns
  • Waikino Snippets: The Bank; Meikle’s Store – by Joan Taylor; Judy Cotton
  • Waitekauri – by Margaret Cullen & Raewyn Pegler
  • Waitekauri 1950-1964: Childhood Memories – by Pamela Chester
  • Waitekauri Snippets: George – The Hermit of Waitekauri – by Isobel Chester; Homer Stubbs
  • War Clouds Gathering – by Syd Whaley
  • Who Was Jessie Hughes and What Did She Do? – by Bev Stubbs
  • Wondrous Waikino – by Toby Hendy


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