AROUND MURIHIKU: LAND OF TRANSPLANTED HEATHER

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Invercargill and environs. Scenes of sporting and agricultural events (Southland Show), Southland Boys High School, beech forests, coal mining, salmon farming

City streets, trams, cars, pedestrians, cyclists.
The Grand Hotel.
War Memorial (?).
Suburban houses.
Rugby match Southland v Otago.
Cycle racing - start of 50 mile road race.
Whippet racing : at the track. Trainers waving flags and blowing whistles.
Championship ploughing : teams of 3 Clydesdales pulling plough, large crowd.
'"The Southland Show" A Lange Bros. Production'. Cattle led around large circuit, horses and riders parade, large crowd, tents.
Children on horseback, 'dressed' horses.
Parade of vans with logo 'Lange Bros Ltd. Quality Bread'.
Horse and buggy trotting circuit to applause from crowd.

Southland Boys High School exterior shot.
School boys assembled on steps singing 'Road to Mandalay' accompanied by man at piano in foreground.
Boys in white perform gymnastic balancing act and callisthenics in formation.
Logging in beech forest.
Township of Ohai, steam train.
Linton Coal Mine loaded skips emerging.
Scenic shots mouth of Eglinton River detail of catching salmon at the nets.
Transferring salmon to shipping pens.
Scenic view of Lake Wanaka and surrounding hills.
'Published Every Week. The End , The Screen Voice of New Zealand. Welsh Sound System New Zealand Soundscenes'.

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Year 1933

Reference number F10360

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Series maoriland movielogue

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Duration 0:16:44

Production company SOUND FILMS PRODUCTIONS

Credits Cinematography: Lee M. Hill
Sound Recordist: Jack Welsh
Commentary: Hugh Duncan

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