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Section 2 W-Z

 

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WADE, WILLIAM RICHARD:

Blood and Fire - C.W. Vennell.  67:7-9.

Rev. W.R. Wade Revisits Tauranga, 1838 - E.D. Graham.  25:14-20.

WAIHI:  Gold Mining at Waihi - O. Pipe [Talk on].  41:33-35.

             Paeroa-Waihi-Tauranga Railway - A.C. Bellamy.  65:12-16.

             Visit to Waihi and Ohinemuri Goldfields.  33:33-36.

             Waihi’s Railways.  33:39-40.

WAIKAREMOANA, LAKE:  Some Pa Sites West of Lake Waikaremoana - R.A. Creswell.  41:14-16.

WAIKATO:      Archaeology - With Special Reference to the Waikato [Talk on] - R.D. Pick.  34:38-40.

                       Waikato Dairy Company in Tauranga - Joan Mirrielees.  63:41-42.

WAIMANGU:  Tarawera, Rotomahana, Waimangu.  34:19-24.

Waimapu Flour Mill.  3:Back Cover.

WAIRARAPA:  Pioneering in the Wairarapa - E.D. Graham.  20:4-7.

WAIRERE:     The Te Puna-Wairere Track - C.W. Vennell.  12:3-14;  35:15-21.

                     The Tragedy of Wairere Falls - E.E. Bush.  51:36-38.

The Waitakere Ranges - D. Harvey.  49:12-15.

WAITANGI, TREATY OF:    Background to the Treaty of Waitangi.  1:2-3.

                                        From the Journal of Ensign Best - Sidelight on the Treaty of Waitangi
                           - A.J.   Page.  59:31-32.

                                        Legislating For the Treaty - E.E. Bush.  52:11-12.

                                        Sidelights on the Treaty - Philip L.B. Williams.  27:27-30.

WAKEFIELD, EDWARD GIBBON:  Edward Gibbon Wakefield’s Sister-in-Law - F.A. Eustace.  46:32.

WALSH, G.A. - Highlights of a Political Career [Talk on].  51:6-8.

WANGANUI:  Flour Mills on the Wanganui River - Donal Bell.  65:24-26.

WATSON, W.H. - The Cook Islands [Talk on].  32:27-28.

WATSON-ROSEVEARE, Rev. - Maori Occupation of the Tauranga Area [Talk on].  31:31-32.

WATSON-STEWART, Marie - The Poultry Industry in the Bay of Plenty.  60:35-42.

WATT, C. - Some Early Visitors to the Hot Lakes Region [Talk on].  38:13-15.

WAY, Cecil - The Te Mu Bell [Talk on].  56:28-29.

WAY, EMILY: Echoes of the Long Ago.  36:21-23.

                       The Eruption.  56:29-31.

WEBLEY, R.M. - The Pre-European Maori and “Trade”.  4:8-11.

WELCOME BAY:  Roadmaking in the 1880s - Welcome Bay - W.E. Morris.  50:36.

Western Bay of Plenty Settlements in 1884:  Tauranga.  52:5-6.

Wetlands in the Bay of Plenty - Joan Mirrielees.  64:16.

WHAKAMARAMA: Early Whakamarama - V. Macmillan.  22:17-19.

                               Royal New Zealand Engineers - Centennial Memorial at Whakamarama.  30:6-8.

WHAREROA MARAE:   Hori Ngatai and the Whareroa Marae.  48:21, 26.

                                    The Whareroa Marae.  43:8-9.

What is Our History?  [Editorial].  58:1.

What a Museum Means - E.G. Turbott [Talk on].  41:32-33.

When I was Young - Peter Twigg.  64:11-14.

When We Were Very Young - Taina.  63:35-36.

The White Feather - E.E. Bush.  54:10-12.

WHITE ISLAND:  Will White Island Explode? - W.T. Parham.  49:11-12.

WHITIANGA:  Visit to Whitianga - Alexia Page.  65:27.

Whitianga-a-Kupe (The Crossing Place of Kupe) - K.M. Carter.  31:8-10.

Who Are the New Zealanders? [Editorial].  35:1-3.

Who Are the Ulstermen?  53:34-35.

Who Were the Moriori?  Popular Myths in New zealand Pre-History - Angela Ballara.  55:10-12.

Why Not Two Markers for Tauranga’s “Golden Queen”? - Violet Macmillan.  50:10-12.

WILKINSON, George B. - “Hillsdene” Tradition ... Education.  63:5-10.

WILKINSON, Ruth - Hull Road, Mount Maunganui.  54:3.

WILLIAMS, Edward M. - Journal of a Voyage to the Northern and Southern Islands of New Zealand in

   H.M.S. Herald, 1840.  23:10-28.

WILLIAMS, Philip L.B.   - A Brief Study of Tohitapu.  54:15-20.

                                      - Canoe Travel on the Manawatu.  50:6-8.

                                      - Early History of Raglan.  52:8-10.

                                      - The Ill-Fated Brig Haweis.  25:8-11.

                                      - John Morgan of Otawhao.  56:11-15.

                                      - On Coasting and Katipo.  62:10-12.

                                      - Prince Alfred Visits Bay of Plenty.  55:5-8.

                                      - The Rev. Thomas Samuel Grace (1815-1879).  58:4-9.

                                      - St. Michael’s (Maori) Church [Correspondence].  43:2-4.

                                      - Sidelights on the Treaty.  27:27-30.

                                      - The Story of Arapu Pohukura and His Secret.  27:7-10.

Williams Family Reunion at Paihia - Sybil Wood.  50:8-10.

Willow Street is Silent.  54:2-3.

WILSON, REV. JOHN ALEXANDER:  The Rev. John Alexander Wilson (1809-1887).
  A Pioneer Missionary in the Bay of Plenty.  16:21-28.

WINIATA, Dr Maharaia     - Some Notes on the Tamateapokaiwhenua Carved Meeting House
                       and the Iwipupu Dining Rooms.  6:10-16.

                                         - The Tamateapokaiwhenua Meeting House at Judea Pa.  51:32-36.

Within This Place - Yvonne Parnwell.  48:15-16.

“Within This Room” - Kathleen Hawkins.  19:20-21.

The Women’s Representative Committee - Joan Mirrielees.  63:36-37.

WOOD, Sybil    - The Mission Vessel Herald.  50:15-17.

                        - Williams Family Reunion at Paihia.  50:8-10.

WOODS, E.S. - The Translation of the Bible into Maori.  51:10-15.

WRIGLEY, THOMAS:  Thomas Wrigley - Trader and Business Man - Alexia Page.  61:7-8.

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YATTON PARK:     A Hundred Years of Glory at Yatton Park - V. Macmillan.  27:10-15;  59:43-47.

                               The Yatton Park Olive Tree - W.J. Kennedy.  64:20-22.

Ye Olde Organ - Violet Simons.  43:28.

YEREX, Max - My Early Otumoetai School Days.  62:22-24.

                     - My Life at Kelston.  57:35-38.

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