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Small rectangular cardboard Hydatids advertisement. White ground with crimson text and illustration. Pink rear. Heading reads "BLOT OUT HYDATIDS" Has an image of a cocker spaniel holding a sign in its mouth which reads "Don't feed me raw offal". Diagram on the right demonstrates how hydatids are transmitted. Text lower left corner reads" *Offal included Liver, Lungs, Hearts and Kidneys. / The diagram shows how hydatids can be spread. You will be safe from hydatid disease if all dogs are kept away from raw offal. The testing of dogs helps to find those which are eating raw offal and makes them safe companions. *Remember to wash fruit before eating it. * Always wash your hands before you eat." Issued by the National Hydatids Council.
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TM.2001.085

Poster. 'Native Mistletoes'. Depicts photographs of various mistletoe plants and pests to the species. Poster includes information on the different species of the plant; identifies threats and pests and explains the role native birds play in pollinating the flowers. Poster produced by the Department of Plant and Microbial Sciences, University of Canterbury. Text written by Laura Sessions.
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TM.2000.221

Black and white photocopied poster depicting two figures on left hand side and text on the right. Two figures on left are Greg Burke (Director of Govett-Brewster Art Gallery) and Hamish Keith (Art Collector). Text on left hand side is concerned with post modernist theory and its pretentions. Copied from two original works by Peter Lambert. 1998. In good condition - excluding corners where ????? has been used to remove sellotape adhesive and caused ink to run.
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TM.2000.201

Poster of the House of Representatives 1897, a supplement to the Weekly Record. Includes advertisements for local businesses: Thomas Avery, The Moa Farmers Union, R. Cock & Son, Perry and Percival, A.C. Nicholls, F. Sutherlands, N. Greiner, A. Lile, G. Cook, Raynes' Terminus Hotel, C.O. Smith, Turner's Dining and Refreshment Rooms, R.J. Pennington, John Andrews, C.R. Hill, James Paul, Taranaki Branch of the United Fire & Marine Insurance, Julian's Railway Hotel, Sam Hill, J.C. Peach, Pat & Young, Gamlin and Hook, T. Drake's, T. Zinsli, W.A.
Printed by lithographers McKee & Gamble, Wellington.
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ARC2016-039

Poster advertising a concert held by the Inglewood Town Band at the Inglewood Parish Hall on 25 June 1903. Poster includes the programme of performances, including minstrel entertainment by the Dark Town Sneezers.
Featured performers: Mr Gordon, Miss Thomas, Miss Gibbons, Mr H. Cottier, Mr J. Wilson and Mr G. Beadle.
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ARC2011-164

A collection of posters and flyers produced for exhibitions and events created by Puke Ariki for year 2010.
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ARC2011-096

A collection of posters and flyers produced for exhibitions and events created by Puke Ariki for year 2009.
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ARC2011-095

A collection of posters and flyers produced for exhibitions and events created by Puke Ariki for years 2007-2008.
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ARC2011-094

A collection of posters and flyers produced for exhibitions and events created by Puke Ariki for years 2005-2006.
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ARC2011-093

A collection of posters and flyers produced for exhibitions and events created by Puke Ariki for years 2003-2004.
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ARC2011-092

A collection of posters and flyers produced for exhibitions and events created by Puke Ariki for year 2011.
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ARC2011-080

A poster advertising the re-screening of the 1928 feature film 'The Bush Cinderella' by the Travelling Film Show, a project of The New Zealand Film Archive at the Hatchery Lawn in Pukekura Park on 16 January 2011.
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ARC2011-004

Poster advertising the Parihaka International Peace Festival held at Parihaka, 7 - 10 January 2010
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ARC2010-25

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Two posters celebrating Puanga, produced by Feeding our Futures, a concept developed by the Health Sponsorship Council (HSC) to support parents and caregivers to establish health eating practices and physical activity for the whole family and whānau and the HeHa (healthy eating, healthy action) network.
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ARC2010-179

G-TARanaki. New Zealand International Guitar Festival 2010. Held at Puke Ariki and the TSB Stadium over four days and nights, the festival included concerts and intimate Midnight Sessions, panel discussion forums and the development of young aspiring artists through the Sky Academy workshops and master classes. 11-15 August 2010.
Featuring artists Slash and Alter Bridge and singer Myles Kennedy.
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ARC2010-142

A poster advertising the Puke Ariki exhibition 'Te Ahi Kā Roa, Te Ahi Kātoro Taranaki War 1860–2010. Our Legacy — Our Challenge'. 17 March–1 August 2010.
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ARC2010-141

A poster advertising the purchase of one and ten pound bonds, part of the 3rd Liberty Loan issued between 8 June to 10 July 1943 by the New Zealand Government and a penanant banner advertising the same loan of thirty five thousand pounds.
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ARC2009-63

Poster advertising Tordon, a herbicide manufactured and distributed by DowElanco (NZ) Ltd. Poster depicts a groom and bride, the bride holding a bouquet of gorse flowers, the groom holding a container of Tordon behind his back. ca. 1990's.
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ARC2009-403

A poster advertising DowElanco products in New Zealand. Depicts a digitally edited Border Collie with crossed legs looking for a tree. 1994
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ARC2009-402

A series of posters advertising the use of Grazon, a herbicide for control of woody and herbacious weeds. DowElanco (NZ) Ltd. ca.1990's
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ARC2009-401

Poster advertising Lorsban, an organophosphate insecticide manufactured by Ivon Watkins-Dow Ltd for the New Zealand market. ca. 1980's
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ARC2009-400

Poster advertising the show 'The final reunion. Cliff Richard and the Shadows'. TSB Bowl of Brooklands, Saturday 27 February 2010
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ARC2009-233

Poster advertising Fleetwood Mac's 'Unleashed' show at the TSB Bowl of Brooklands, 19 December 2009.
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ARC2009-232

A poster for 'Amazing Backyard Adventures', a touring exhibition targeted at children aged between 5 and 12 years, although the exhibition does provide opportunities for learning and engagement for people of all ages. Created by Scitech Australia and supported at Puke Ariki by the Taranaki Regional Council. 22 November 2008 - 8 February 2009
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ARC2009-142

Poster advertising the Parihaka International Peace Festival held at Parihaka, 9 - 11 January 2009
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ARC2009-003
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