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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

A letter-card written by George Kinnear Nicolson Hood to Len Green, of Taranaki Breweries, while serving in the Middle East Forces. The letter describes George recounting memories of a leaving party, drinking at (Taranaki) Brewery, weather in the middle east, living conditions on service (scorpions and bugs in tents), other "N.P chaps" and of missing "the old Home Town".
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ARC2018-173

Official New Zealand Decimal Currency Board 'Decimal Currency and You' leaflet. A brochure from 1967 describing the change in New Zealand currency to the decimal system.
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ARC2018-154

Copies of the The Egmont Stamp Bulletin (1949-1950) and The Egmont Stamp News (1953-1954). A monthly circular and price list. Published by P.B. Day, 29 Tukapa Street New Plymouth.
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ARC2017-329

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Two copies of The Waitara Press, 1882.
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ARC2016-059

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Three copies of The Waitara Press, 1883-1884.
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ARC2016-058

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Three copies of the Opunake News, 1971-1972.
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ARC2016-056

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A collection of postcards presumably collected by Blanche Halcombe when she worked and travelled in Europe before and during WWI. Halcombe used the cards as a sort of diary, making references and historical notes relating to the places and monuments she visited.
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ARC2016-041

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

An ongoing collection of the community newspaper the Taranaki Star.
The Taranaki Star is published weekly, and distributed on Thursday, by Fairfax Media. Earlier names include The Star and South Taranaki Star.
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ARC2016-032

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A collection of the community newsletter lnside Inglewood.
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ARC2016-031

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An incomplete holding of the community newspaper the Patea Mail. Collection begins 11 December 1985 (no. 129) through to 10 February 1999 (no. 287). For this run there are two copies missing, no. 223 (c.October 1993) and no. 240 (c.March 1995).
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ARC2016-030

An ongoing collection of the community newspaper the Patea & Waverley Press.
The Patea & Waverley Press is published on the first working day of each month and is delivered free from Mokoia in the north to Brunswick in the south. It is published by editors Cath and Tony Sheard. Approximately 2700 copies are printed each fortnight. The Patea & Waverley Press began publishing in March 1999 with Issue 1.
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ARC2016-029

A postcard album belonging to Florence Mary McWilliam (nee. Winfield). The album was gifted to Florence by her parents on 6 November 1906 for her 10th birthday. The album contains 257 postcards which are mostly inwards correspondence to Florence and some are blank.
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ARC2015-075

Printing plates for the last copy of the Taranaki Daily News printed onsite at the New Plymouth office. From 18 May 2015 printing of the Taranaki Daily News was permanently shifted out of the region to Fairfax Media’s printing press in Petone. Includes front page (page 1) and magazine article about the printing changes (page 15).
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ARC2015-057

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A collection of Beer Duty stamps that were purchased by the Taranaki Brewery. The donor’s father was the chief brewer, H.N. Johnson.
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ARC2015-056

Scrapbooks collected by the New Plymouth City Council Public Realations Office relating to the subjects of industry, historical, hobbies and promotional related newspaper clippings from or about New Plymouth.
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ARC2014-132

Architectural plans of extensions to the printing and publishing office of the Taranaki Herald building for W.C. Weston. Drawn by architect W.J. Prouse, Wellington, in May 1932.
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ARC2013-1566

Three newsletters for the All Saints Church in Eltham. Two titled 'Parish News' from July 1948 (vol.3 no.6) and October 1951 (vol.6 no.9) and the other 'The Chronicle of the Life and Work of All Saints' Church, Eltham', June 1969 (vol.23 no.5).
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ARC2013-1516

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A collection of newsletters written by Geoff Clareburt, 1992-2012.
Geoff began handwriting the newsletters to his son, Alban, who was studying at University. Later they were typed, and he sent them to others, including his two other children, James and Rachel, his sister, Susan Day, and brother and sister in law, Peter and Shirley Read. The newsletters, called 'General News’, were written weekly and include information about family activities, and events happening locally and nationally. Collection also includes a bound book titled 'General News 2011' which includes the most significant newsletters from the year 2011. Geoff's daughter Rachel began having a selection of her father’s newsletter bound every year, beginning 2007.
The collection also includes two travel journals, 1968 and 1969, for the time Geoff spent overseas, travelling and teaching in England, Canada in Sydney.
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ARC2013-1422

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A collection of the community newsletter The Waitara Angle.
The Waitara Angle was published weekly by ? and was distributed to the Waitara township and rural delivery area. It contains information on local news and events. The Waitara Angle began publishing on 26 March 1992 and was wound down in November 2012.
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ARC2013-050

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An ongoing collection of the community newsletter the Moa Mail.
Moa Mail is published fortnightly by the Inglewood Development Trust and is distributed by St Patrick’s School volunteers to the Inglewood township and rural delivery area. Moa Mail began publishing on 7 October 2009 with Issue 1.
The name ‘Moa Mail’ was chosen as the best title from a local competition. It informs Inglewood and district residents of local news, information and events. Approximately 2700 copies are printed each fortnight.
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ARC2013-049

Close 2 Home is a community newpaper that been in production since August 2009. Close 2 Home was produced as a 24-30 page paper featuring regular monthly columns relating to the Bell Block community. Close 2 Home was put into recess after the January 2012 edition. It is not known if publication will continue at a later date.
The newspaper also hosts a website: www.close2home.co.nz
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ARC2012-094
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