Auckland weekly news (Newspaper)

Weekly newspaper published by Wilson and Horton Ltd for circulation originally to rural areas, but then throughout New Zealand. Changed its name to the Weekly News in 1934. Then to the New Zealand Weekly News. Finally ceased publication in 1971.

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Sheep mustering near Ruatoria - Photographer unidentified
Date: ca 1940 From: Making New Zealand :Negatives and prints from the Making New Zealand Centennial collection By: Auckland weekly news (Newspaper) Ref: PAColl-3060-021 Description: Sheep mustering on a sheep farm near Ruatoria. Looks across (a dam?) towards a group of sheep on a hill, shepherds on horseback, and an expanse of sky. Photo...
Date: 1900 - 1910 Ref: Eph-D-TOURISM-1900s-01/03 Description: Includes photographic posters, possibly from the Auckland Weekly news ca 1906, of: Fiordland in midwinter Winter view of Mitre Peak The new falls on Tarawera...
Date: 1906 By: Auckland weekly news (Newspaper) Ref: Eph-D-TOURISM-1906-01 Description: Shows a hatted figure reclining in a canoe in the left foreground, with a quiet stretch of the river between bush-clad hills. Quantity: 1 colour photo-mecha...
Date: 1911 By: Auckland weekly news (Newspaper); Muir & Moodie (Firm) Ref: B-033-003 Description: Looking west from Milford towards Mitre Peak and Milford Sound. A large steamer is moored nearby Extended Title - Supplement to: The Auckland Weekly News sp...
Wilson & Horton (Firm) :"Ake! Ake! Ake!" Rewi defying the British troops at Orakau. Wilson & Horton lith. Auckland, Wilson & Horton, 1893.
Date: 1893 By: Wilson & Horton (Firm) Ref: C-033-004 Description: Shows Rewi standing on top of earthworks of pa, facing Major Mair. Note. Supplement to: Auckland Weekly News, 16th December, 1893. Extended Title - The f...
Clayton, Matthew Thomas, 1831-1922 :Settlement of Wellington by the New Zealand Company. Historical gathering of pioneer ships in Port Nicholson, March 8, 1840, as described by E J Wakefield. Wilson & Horton chromolith. Mt Clayton [delt.] ; Auckland, Wilson & Horton, 1899
Date: 1840 By: Clayton, Matthew Thomas, 1831-1922; Auckland weekly news (Newspaper) Ref: C-033-005 Description: Among the ships shown are the Glenbervie, Adelaide and Tory, with Maori paddling a canoe with Colonel William Wakefield as passenger. Supplement to: Aucklan...
Date: 1900 - 1901 By: Anah Dunsheath Antiquarian Booksellers; Goldie, Charles Frederick, 1870-1947 Ref: C-124-057 Description: Shows a group of the New Zealand Contingent charging on foot, with bayonets, down the slope from the top left, towards a group of Boers who are crouched or l...
Date: [ca 1880-1945] By: Argosy Industrial Photos; Sherlock, William, 1846-1910; Rohloff, L, active 1910s; Photographie Henri (Firm) Ref: PAColl-0411 Description: Photographs mostly of the ambulance corps in the First World War but also including at least one from the Second World War, family photographs in New Zealand...
Date: 1901 By: Auckland weekly news (Newspaper) Ref: B-033-010 Description: Includes: 1. The city arch, Wellesley-Street... 2. The Harbour board arch on Queen Street Wharf ... 3. The Government arch Queen Street... 4. The Maori arch,...
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: 1895 By: Wilson & Horton (Firm) Ref: C-034-002-2-b Description: A central circular section showing a startled Captain James Cook, observing 'the new woman' riding a bicycle in the streets of Auckland, Surrounding this is ...
Date: 1895 By: Wilson & Horton (Firm) Ref: C-034-002-2 Description: A central circular section showing a startled Captain James Cook, observing 'the new woman' riding a bicycle in the streets of Auckland, Surrounding this is ...
Date: 1912 From: Maori Purposes Fund Board : Papers Ref: MS-Papers-0189-B065 Description: Contains biographical notes about Weraroa Kingi, writen by Te Whatahoro for publication in the Auckland Weekly News; also contains a photograph of Te Whataho...
Date: 1905 - 1915 By: Hoyte, John Barr Clark, 1835-1913; Auckland weekly news (Newspaper) Ref: C-079-025 Description: A reproduction of a painting by J C Hoyte, showing Lake Rotomahana and Mount Tarawera before the eruption of 1886 Quantity: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(...
Date: [1890], 1906, 1914 From: Cowan family: Collection By: Auckland weekly news (Newspaper) Ref: fMS-Papers-11946-008 Description: 'Address of Welcome' booklet for Huia Victor Alexander Herbert Onslow, by the hapū of Ngāti Huia, and the Ngāti Raukawa iwi (written in both English and Māor...
Date: 1899 By: Wilson & Horton (Firm); Rigg, Theodore (Sir), 1888-1972 Ref: C-033-005-a Description: Amongst the ships shown are the Glenbervie, Adelaide and Tory, with Maori paddling a waka with Col. Wakefield as passenger. Supplement to: Auckland Weekly N...
Date: 1899 By: Wilson & Horton (Firm) Ref: C-033-005-b Description: Amongst the ships shown are the Glenbervie, Adelaide and Tory, with Maori paddling a waka with Col. Wakefield as passenger. Supplement to: Auckland Weekly N...
Date: 1910 By: Auckland weekly news (Newspaper); Muir & Moodie (Firm) Ref: C-065-009 Description: Shows boat on river amid native bush Extended Title - Supplement to : The Auckland Weekly News special Christmas number, 1910) Quantity: 1 colour photo-mec...
Date: 1900 From: Godber, Albert Percy, 1875-1949 :Collection of albums, prints and negatives By: Rountree, Harry, 1878-1950 Ref: 1/4-039110-G Description: Photograph of a painting by Harry Rountree, published in the Auckland Weekly News, Christmas number 1900, p 25, with the title "Captain Cook attacked by Maor...
Date: 1924 By: Auckland weekly news (Newspaper) Ref: B-161-001 Description: Shows a woman reclining and looking up from a book she is reading, on the shore underneath a pohutukawa tree in bloom. A yacht passes by on the right. Quant...