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  • Timothy Geithner. 25 November, 2008.

    Caricature of Timothy Geithner the 9th president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He is shown carrying a Wall Street streetsign over his shoulder. Timothy Gethner is a central player in trying to resolve the most significant financial crisis since the 1928 Wall Street crash.

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  • Titirangi.

    Shows allotments in an area from Westmere to Whau Creek to Manukau Harbour. Priestly was the first known publican of the Whau Hotel , and was only there from April to October of 1863, also Greytown was for sale in that year

    www.aucklandcity.govt.nz - - Images - 1863-01-01 - Similar Pages - Map  28790
  • Tomb of Robert Louis Stevenson (Tusitula)

    3/4 view of a simple two-tiered tomb (with a plaque written in English). The first line on this plaque reads "Robert Louis Stevenson 1894', there is forest litter in the foreground and trees in background. Note: Epitaph (which he wrote for himself) reads: Under the wide and starry sky Dig the grave and let me lie Glad did I live and gladly die And I laid me down with a will This be the verse you grave for me Here he lies where he longed to be Home is the sailor, home from the sea And the hunter home from the hill

    collections.tepapa.govt.nz - - Images - - Similar Pages - Map  183712
  • Top stag

    The quality of farmed deer herds has been improved by importing top English and European stags. This stag, Kabul, from the Otago deer breeders Black Forest Park Sires, was the top growth-rate sire in New Zealand in 2007.

    www.teara.govt.nz - Black Forest Park - Images - 20092009-03-012009-01-01 - Similar Pages - Map  1331664
  • Torpedo Bay and wharves, Devonport

    Taken from North Head looking over Torpedo Bay and King Edward Parade. The three wharves on the left of this image are image are the NZ Kauri and Timber Co. wharf (small wharf, front, near sandbank), the Devonport Wharf (long wharf extending beyond the edge of the image) and behind and on the extreme left, Duder's wharf. The Masonic Hotel is the white two-storey building with prominent second floor veranda on the waterfront at the end of the Devonport wharf. The Victoria wharf (to the left of the hillock above the hotel)is obscured by buildings, but the paddle steam ferry P.S. Eagle can be seen moored at the wharf. Shows Eastern Wharves, 1886. The P.S. Eagle, scrapped in September 1924, is shown alongside the far wharf leased from Mr Niccol.Masonic Hotel and wharves in background.

    www.localhistoryonline.org.nz - - Images - 1888-01-01 - Similar Pages - Map  1329205
  • Town Hall Auckland :Concert by Mr John McCormack (the celebrated Irish tenor) Thursday Jan[uary] 18th, 1912.

    Shows head and shoulder portrait of the tenor John McCormack, resting his right cheek on his curved fingers. The Brett Printing Company printed the programme. Mr McCormack's representative was Scott Colville.

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  • Townwatch group, Porirua East - Photograph taken by Mark Coote EP-Municipal-Towns, Wellington and

    Group of Townwatch volunteers in Porirua East, photographed on 29 July 1993 by Evening Post staff photographer Mark Coote. Organiser Paul Ngatai is a front right, wearing cap.

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  • Train leaving Wellington, passing Pipitea; class Wb locomotive.

    Train leaving Wellington, passing Pipitea; class Wb locomotive. Railway signal box visible centre right, a railway signal centre left, and behind the signal is the Department of Agriculture Export Poultry Depot. Photographed by A P Godber.

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  • Tremain, Garrick 1941- :And God spake saying..."The Middle East will be the cradle of the new world order." Indeed Ah did, Sir! Otago Daily Times, 6 June 2004.

    Pope John Paul, bent over in his chair, says 'And God spake, saying..."The Middle East will be the cradle of the new world order." ' United States President George W. Bush replies 'Indeed Ah did, Sir!'

    find.natlib.govt.nz - Garrick, 1941- Tremain (as the cartoonist); Otago Daily Times (Newspaper) (as the publisher) - Images - 2004-01-01 - Similar Pages - Map  1453694
  • Tremain, Garrick, 1941- : Man overboard! Otago Daily Times, 3 November 2004.

    Three men on board the HMS Cabinet watch and comment on the man, John, who has just been made to walk the plank. On 3 November 2004, politician, John Tamihere, resigned from cabinet. Tamihere was under investigation over wether he paid tax on a $195,000 golden handshake he had received from the Waipareira Trust.

    find.natlib.govt.nz - Garrick, 1941- Tremain (as the cartoonist); Otago Daily Times (Newspaper) (as the publisher) - Images - 2004-01-01 - Similar Pages - Map  1485292
  • Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :"She's a hard road gettin' into cabinet, mate!" Otago Daily Times, 4 April 2005.

    Two workers sharing a jug in the pub are discussing an article in the newspaper. They are referring to two members of parliament, Lianne Dalziel, Labour member for Christchurch East and Minister of Immigration who lied over the leaking of a document and John Tamihere, Labour member for Tamaki, Makaurau, against whom allegations were made about business dealings when he was CEO of the Waipareira Trust. Both lost their cabinet positions but Lianne Dalziel has since been re-instated.

    find.natlib.govt.nz - Garrick, 1941- Tremain (as the cartoonist); Otago Daily Times (Newspaper) (as the publisher) - Images - 2005-01-01 - Similar Pages - Map  1474487
  • Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :"That looks nasty, John...better take a week off." Otago Daily Times, 5 April 2005.

    The scene is the office of John Tamihere, Labour member for Hauraki, who is sitting holding a shotgun with which he has just shot off his foot; smoke rises from both the gun and the foot. Prime Minister, Helen Clark surveys the scene rather grimly and suggests that he take a few days off. John Tamihere is in trouble because of allegations made against him at the time he was CEO of the Waipareira Trust and also because of offensive remarks he made about his colleagues as well as the holocaust and gays.

    find.natlib.govt.nz - Garrick, 1941- Tremain (as the cartoonist); Otago Daily Times (Newspaper) (as the publisher) - Images - 2005-01-01 - Similar Pages - Map  1512925
  • Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :'I see Carlos Spencer's disappeared then!' 'Well, Henry did say he's a magician!' Otago Daily Times, 12 August 2004.

    Shows two men, one reading the newspaper and the other standing at a bbq, discussing the All Blacks. Their wives are sitting on the verandah behind drinking cups of tea.

    find.natlib.govt.nz - Garrick, 1941- Tremain (as the cartoonist); Otago Daily Times (Newspaper) (as the publisher) - Images - 2004-01-01 - Similar Pages - Map  1486320
  • Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :Business confidence. Otago Daily Times, 27 April 2005.

    A man wearing a flat cap, a satisfied smile, and overalls bearing the words 'Union muscle' runs away from a large van on which are the words 'Business confidence'. The man is probably Rick Barker, MP for Tukituki and Minister for Small Business. The tires of the van are flat and the man is carrying a chisel so the assumption is that he has stuck the chisel into the tires. Probably refers to a meeting that Rick Barker, a former trade unionist, had with business community leaders in Tauranga, when in half an hour, he managed to offend everyone with the result that a letter of complaint was sent to the Prime Minister, Helen Clark.

    find.natlib.govt.nz - Garrick, 1941- Tremain (as the cartoonist); Otago Daily Times (Newspaper) (as the publisher) - Images - 2005-01-01 - Similar Pages - Map  1454778
  • Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :By Gad! Not Osama! Here in London? Otago Daily Times, 14 January 2005.

    An upper class english gentlemen believes he sees Osama bin Laden on the streets of London. However his friend assures him that it is only Prince Harry in costume. Refers to Prince Harry being photographed at a fancy dress party to which he had gone as a Nazi.

    find.natlib.govt.nz - Garrick, 1941- Tremain (as the cartoonist); Otago Daily Times (Newspaper) (as the publisher) - Images - 2005-01-01 - Similar Pages - Map  1517606
  • Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :Good news Trevor! English has agreed to a return bout! Otago Daily Times, 22 February, 2005.

    The Minister of Education, Trevor Mallard, lies pummelled in the corner of a boxing ring. His trainer is Prime Minister Helen Clark, who wears a t-shirt inscribed with "Mallard the mauler" and urges him to have another round with National's education spokesman, Bill English. Refers to Mallard coming under fire from opposition MPs over issues relating to 2004's NCEA scholarship examinations and the mishandling of funds by Maori education provider Te Wananga o Aoteoroa.

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  • Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :I read your note myself Dr Brash!.. It definately said "charisma". Otago Daily Times, 21 December 2005.

    Father Christmas is in the process of getting a horse down National Party leader Dr Brash's chimney. Brash stands down below, annoyed at the misunderstanding over the present he is getting. An elf at the bottom of the image relays Christmas greetings to the viewer.

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  • Tremain, Garrick, 1941- :In the category, "Interviewee of the year"... Otago Daily Times, 11 April 2005.

    Shows a Master of Ceremonies at the Qantas Media Awards reading out the winner in the category of 'Interviewee of the year.' The winner is John Tamihere, Labour member for Hauraki, and the award is sponsored by Wishart's Liquid Lunch Bar. Refers to John Tamihere's lunch with Ian Wishart, a reporter, during which John Tamihere, apparently unaware that he was being recorded, slandered members of his own party as well as Jews and gays. As a result of this he had to make a public television apology.

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  • Trower family alongside Matiri Bridge and Matiri River

    The Trower family alongside Matiri Bridge and the Matiri River. Edward Hamilton Trower is the child closest to the river. The man on the far right is George Trower, father of Edward. Photograph taken by the Tyree Brothers between 1878 and 1894.

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  • Trower family alongside Matiri Bridge and Matiri River

    The Trower family alongside Matiri Bridge and the Matiri River. Edward Hamilton Trower is the child closest to the river. The man on the far right is George Trower, father of Edward. Photograph taken by the Tyree Brothers between 1878 and 1894.

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