Hall-Jones, William (Hon Sir), 1851-1936

Jones, William Hall (Sir), 1851-1936, Lenohals, Wm J (Pseudonym), 1851-1936, Tommy (Pseudonym), 1851-1936

Builder, Prime Minister, diplomat. New Zealand politician representing Timaru 1890-1908. Minister of Public Works and Marine 1896-1907; Acting Prime Minister 21 Jun 1906-6 Aug 1906 (after Seddon's death). High Commissioner in London 1908-1912. Created KCMG in 1910. Member of Legislative Council 1913-1936. See DNZB (Vol 2, 1870-1900, p188-189)

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Date: 1901 From: Various artists :[Addresses presented to R. J. Seddon and Mrs Seddon. 1891-ca.1906] By: Worsley, Charles Nathaniel, 1862-1923; McGowan, James, 1841-1912; Bock, William Rose, 1847-1932 Ref: D-005-008 Description: Illuminated text flanked at top and right by New Zealand scenes painted by C.N. Worsley: Wanganui River, Pink Terrace, Mount Egmont, Wakarewarewa [sic], Well...
Date: 1908 By: Graham, John, 1843-1926 Ref: MS-Papers-3010 Description: Quantity: 1 folder(s) (5 leaves). 0.01 Linear Metres. Physical Description: Mss, typescript
Date: [1900-1902] From: Field, William Hughes, 1861-1944 : Papers Ref: 73-128-114 Description: Identified persons entered under Name; also includes letter from Hutt County Council regarding difficulty of collecting rates from Maori land owners, letters...
Date: 1890-1898, 1882-1898 From: McLean family : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-0032-0914 Description: Inward telegrams, 1890-1898; outward telegrams, 1882-1883, 1886, 1893, 1898 Includes telegram re need for lighthouse at Cape Kidnappers, 1897 Quantity: 1 fo...
Date: 1911 From: Various artists :[Clippings of political cartoons featuring Sir Thomas McKenzie, from the Canterbury Times, Observer, NZ Times, Spectator, and NZ Free Lance. ca 1910-1912]. By: Lloyd, Trevor, 1863-1937; Auckland weekly news (Newspaper) Ref: J-054-102 Description: A weeping Thomas Mackenzie, New Zealand politician, is pushed away from a stool by a policeman wearing a label 'Boundaries Commission'. Other stools are empt...
Date: 1899 - 1905 By: Bowring, Walter Armiger, 1874-1931 Ref: J-058-001/006 Description: Caricatures of New Zealand Prime Ministers Quantity: 6 photocopy/ies. Physical Description: A3 size photocopies Provenance: Photocopies from Pf 920 COL BO...
Date: 1851-1926 By: Hall-Jones, William (Hon Sir), 1851-1936 Ref: MS-Papers-6186 Description: Draft autobiography by Sir William Hall-Jones. The author writes of himself in the third person, under the name of of Tommy, and uses the pseudonym of Wm J L...
Date: [ca 1892-1919] By: Montgomery, William Hugh, 1866-1958 Ref: qMS-1382 Description: Newspaper clippings and political cartoons mainly dealing with the Liberal administration, 1891-1912 Source of title - Supplied title Quantity: 1 volume(s)...
Date: 1920 By: Muir and MacKinlay (Firm) Ref: PAColl-D-0822 Description: Group photograph of members of the Legislative Council taken on the steps of the General Assembly Library in 1920 by Muir & MacKinlay All names indexed in Na...
Date: [1920] From: Furkert, Frederick William, 1876-1949 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-5960-2 Description: Correspondence and telegrams relating to Furkert's appointment as Engineer-in Chief and Under Secretary of the Public Works Department (many persons unidenti...
Date: [late 1890s] From: Hogg, F M : Photographs from the papers of Alexander Wilson Hogg By: Winzenberg, Albert Edward, 1865-1931 Ref: PA7-53-26 Description: Richard John Seddon and others at a Liberal rally held near Greytown. The crowd in the front of the platform on which Seddon and supports are standing are ma...
Date: Jan-Mar 1906, n d From: Field, William Hughes, 1861-1944 : Papers Ref: 73-128-080 Description: Clippings etc relating to labour matters; petitions of Tuiti McDonald and Mary Jane Moore and Tapata Wiremu re land in Marlborough; telegrams, including from...
Date: 1863-1918 From: Wilson, Joseph Lowthian, 1846-1926 :Photograph albums By: Burton Brothers (Dunedin, N.Z.); Edmund Wheeler & Son (Firm) Ref: PA1-q-1131 Description: Personal and news photographs taken and collected by J L Wilson featuring North Canterbury 1863-1918, predominantly dated 1905 to 1918. Series include: misce...
Date: 1863-1907 From: Wilson, Joseph Lowthian, 1846-1926 :Photograph albums Ref: PA1-q-1135 Description: News and personal photographs, taken and collected by J L Wilson, featuring North Canterbury 1864-1907, predominantly dated 1880s-1900s. Homesteads, houses, ...
Date: [ca 1908] Ref: PAColl-D-0772 Description: Studio portrait of Sir Joseph Ward and fellow politicians. Some names indexed in Name Field. Inscriptions: Verso - Hon Mr Millar Quantity: 1 b&w original p...
Hiscocks, Ercildoune Frederick, fl 1899-1940s :In days to come. New Zealand Graphic and Ladies' Journal, 21 November 1903 (front page).
Date: 1903 From: Various artists :Collection of newspaper clippings, photocopies and bromides of cartoons by Hiscocks (A-315-1), T. Lloyd (A-315-2), various artists from the "Ladies' Journal", "The Freelance", "New Zealand Graphic" and "Melbourne Punch" (A-315-3), Nisbet (A-315-4-001/012) and Malcolm Evans (A-315-5). By: Hiscocks, Eceldowne Frederick, 1879-; New Zealand Graphic and Ladies' Journal Ref: A-315-1-004 Description: Two old men in a railway carriage, one wearing a hat labelled 'Auckland' and the other wearing one labelled 'Wellington'. Extended Title - Distinguished Auc...
Date: 1906-1914 From: McNab, Robert, 1864-1917 : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-0047-02 Description: Also includes copy of letter from McNab to Acton (1914); clipping with Macpherson's letter re penguin eggs; addresses for Mrs G Halsey and J Martin in Englan...
Date: 1900-1903 From: Field family : Field and Hodgkins family papers Ref: MS-Papers-0113-02/83 Description: Identified persons entered under Name; also includes telegram from Willie to Field from Dunedin; letter from [?] O Campbell of Porirua; letter written from C...
Date: Apr-Jul 1906 From: Field, William Hughes, 1861-1944 : Papers Ref: 73-128-081 Description: Identified persons entered under Name; also includes telegram from Staples of Christchurch, letter from George W [?] in prison in Wellington, invitations to ...
Date: 1906 By: New Zealand observer and free lance (Newspaper); Blomfield, John Collis, 1878-1942 Ref: J-056-004 Description: The Govenor General Lord Plunket hands over the office of NZ Premiership to the Hon. W. Hall-Jones. Joseph Ward is shown running to catch a train for home. ...