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This must be the same annual James Smiths Ltd department stores-sponsored one that travelled the same route, which I wrote about here.Image courtesy of Wellington City Libraries collection.Image courtesy of the Dannevirke Museum collection.
Inevitably, most of the images are commercially related hence the title of this article.Only 8.2 per cent of the wall built during the Ming Dynasty remains intact, 74.1 per cent is in poor condition, and in some sections, only its foundation remains, according to the report. In Butland Industries, Christmas, Cinderella stamps, Conrad Frieboe, Crown Lynn, DIC department stores, Evelyn Clouston, Farmer's, Farmer's Trading Co., Farmers' Santa, Foodstuffs (NZ) Ltd, Four Square, Four Square Supermarkets, GHB grocery stores, Goldpack dried fruits, Goldpack Products, Good Housekeeping Brand stores, Hallenstein's, J. This is the fourth or fifth annual Yuletide-themed post.In recent years his lascivious wink and beckoning finger have been removed because parents are weird about stuff that’s all in their head and nobody else’s. Image possibly taken in the early 1970s (this looks like one of those old green buses), courtesy of Graham C. A promotional Christmas cake tin given as gifts to customers of ‘The Maple.’ Presumably this refers to home decorating institution the Maple Furnishing Co Ltd, which was on the north side of Karangahape Road, Auckland near Symonds Street, as well as branches in Onehunga and Wellington.It had been around since the 1910s, being known for high end furniture – including designer Featherston of the famous and highly collectable chairs.