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Ackroyd, Marylyn, 183
Adam, James, 115
Adam, William, 158
Albatrosses, shooting of, 74, 91-94, 96, 99, 103-104
Alcohol, effects of, 9, 51
Ambresbeg, 109, 126, 128, 129, 135
Amusements on board ship – see recreation on ships
Anderson, James, 114
Anderson, G J, 196
Anderson, John, 172
Archibald Brothers, (runholders), 160
Ardlussa Run, 173
Argentina, 176
Assisted emigrants, 57
Association of Lay Members of the Free Church, 3, 21, 51, 125
Aylmer, Justin, 166-168
Balclutha, 150
Ballintine, Mr, 196
Banking in Dunedin, 134, 139
Banks, Percy, 179
Bannerman, Jane, 113, 126, 136
Bannerman, Rev William, 163
Barr, James, 118
Barr, John, 150
Barr, William, 149
Beattie, Herries, 148
Bell, G M, 173
Bell, Hon Francis MLC, 209
Benmore Run, 173
Bennetts, Miss, 179
Birdlife, Waimea Plains, 158
Blackie, Captain William, 128
Blackie, James, 134
Blowfly problems, 175
Bonhill, 12, 222
Bonnie Prince Charlie, 222
Bowel disease, 10
Bowmore House, 214
Boyd, Captain, 172
British Passengers Act, 60
Brown, Rev Dr David, 32
Brown, James (cartoonist) 119, 134
Brown, Mr, 179
Buchanan, Dr Robert, 21
Buchanan, Margaret, 195
Buchanan Clan, 222
Bullock teams, 160
Burnley (farm) 176
Burns, Robert (first anniversary dinner), 133
Burns, Rev Thomas, 25, 79, 108, 121
Bushfires in Southland, 156
Butler, Sergeant, 168
Cabin class, 68
Cairn Station, 172
Calvinist belief, 50
Cameron, A A, 171
Cameron, Angus, 173
Cameron, Hugh, 177
Campbell Clan, 222
Cargill, Captain William, 22, 80, 109, 110, 121
Carnegie, Condamine, 134
Carr Young, William, 135
Carter, Margaret, 187-188
Castle Rock Station, 173
Catechisms, 30
Catto, Stan, 182
Centre Hill Run, 173
Chalmers, Alex, 160, 172
Chambers, Nathaniel, 163
Charlton Creek, 163, 172, 174
Chartist movement, 7, 13
Chetham Strode, A, 110, 121
Chivas, Captain William, 54, 81-104, 219-220
Cholera, 10, 14, 50, 117
Cholera on board the ship Mooltan, 63-65, 81-89, 219-220
Chubbin, Margaret, 176
Chubbin, William, 168, 174
Chubbins, John, 152
Church service on emigrant ships, 73
Class settlements, 3, 23
Class attirudes on emigrant ships, 74
Close, 13, 14, 17
Clutha Ferry - see Molyneux Ferry
Clutha River, 114
Clyde, Firth of, 47
Clyde, River, 9, 14, 38, 45
Clydevale, 160
Cobb and Co, 168
Commandments, biblical, 29-31
Communications at sea, 74-75, 88, 100
Conical Hill, 151
Conscription, military, 210
Constitution Act 1852, 126
Cooking by early settlers, 117
Copland, Mr, 153
Creed, Rev Charles, 134
Crossing the line (equator), 74
Croydon Station, 155, 163, 173, 178
Cutten, William, 79, 110
D’Urville, Dumont, 113
Dacre, 153
Daily routine on emigrant ships, 71
Dalrymple, Mr, 172
Dalzell, Mr, 173
Davidson, Edmund, 157
Davidson, Rev J M, 213
Davis, Fanny, 67, 76
Death rate on emigrant ships, 63
Deferred payment system for land, 190
Denny and Rankine (shipbuilders), 47, 54-55
Dietary allowance on New Zealand Company vessels, 58
Doune, 12
Dumbarton, 12, 37, 222
Dunalister Run,172
Duncan, Elspeth, 78
Duncan, George, 78
Duncan, John, 78
Duncan, Alfred, 168
Dunedin, 21, 23, 25, 27, 33, 37, 78, 79
Dunedin Academy, 140
Dunedin Hundred, 130, 140, 142-145
Dunedin newspapers:
. Otago Colonist, 108, 109
. Otago News, 108, 109, 120
. Otago Witness, 108, 109, 112, 130, 131
Dunedin Property Investments Co, 124
Dunedin Public Market, 109, 123, 124, 128, 134
Dunedin School House, 128, 134
Dunedin streets:
. High, 115, 117, 118
. Octagon, 117
. Princes, 107, 109, 115, 117, 146
. Rattray, 107, 109, 118, 128
. Stafford, 107, 118, 132
Dunedin suburbs and localities:
. Andersons Bay, 113
. Caversham, 107-108, 113, 125, 127, 129, 150
. Green Island, 113
. Kaikorai Valley, 113
. Port Chalmers, 113
. Saddle Hill, 113
. St Clair Beach, 113
. St Kilda Beach, 113
. Taieri, 113
Dunedin Town Board (first established), 137
Dunlop, Henry, 28
Dunoon, 38, 55
East Gore, 151, 179
Eastern Bush, 174
Economic depression in Glasgow, 11
Elections in Dunedin, 109, 138, 141
Ellaby, Mr, 173
Elliot, John, 174
Emigrant barracks, 115
Emigrant rates of passage, 57
Emigrant ships – personal hygeine on board, 66
Emigrant’s guide, 18, 23
Emigrants’ kit, 46
Emigrants’ luggage provisions, 57
Entertainments in Dunedin:
. Axtelle’s Theatre (first travelling theatre to visit Dunedin), 144
. Burns Night (first in Dunedin), 133
. Dunedin Harmonic Society, 138
. Indian Mutiny Fund Concert, 145
. Grand Sacred and Miscellaneous Concert (Miss Redmayne), 144
. Theatre (first dramatic reading), 137
Entertainments in Glasgow, 20
Entertainments and recreation, Mataura Valley:
. Gore Brass Band, 194
. Gore Girls’ Literary Society, 195
. Gore Presbyterian Young Womens’ Hockey Club, 213
. Ivy Dancing Club, Mataura, 208
. MacGibbon & Co Ball, 182
. Mandeville Quadrille Dance, 184
. Mataura concert, 200
. Mutual Improvement Society meetings, 208
. Sunday evening concerts in Gore, 194
Entertainments on emigrant ships, 71-74, 85, 89, 91-94, 96, 99, 103-104
Falls, The - see Mataura Falls
Fenton, Rev A, 134
First Church (Dunedin) 134
Fisher, Bob, 181, 183, 188-190
Fisher, Hon John MLC, 209
Five Rivers Run, 173
Flora in Southland – description of plant cover by early European settlers, 156
Forbes, W G, 179
Fore-cabin class, 68, 93
Free Church of Scotland, 3, 18, 31, 33, 50
Free Kirk - see Free Church of Scotland
Fuller, Mr, 151
Gardening column, Dunedin, 111, 142
Gardiner, William, 177
Garrick, Allan, 182
Gillander, Mr, 172
Glasgow Fair, 38, 41-44
Glasgow Green, 7, 16, 40, 48
Glasgow localities:
. Blythswood, 12
. Gorbals, 14
. Partick, 35
. West End, 35
Glasgow Post Office Directory, 49, 50
Glasgow streets:
. Argyll, 17, 47
. Bridgegate, 10, 13
. Buchanan, 18
. Candleriggs, 17, 47
. Gallowgate, 15
. George Square, 18
. Glasgow Cross, 13, 15, 30
. Hamilton Crescent, 35, 38
. High, 8
. St Vincent, 18
. Saltmarket, 7-9, 12-13, 15-16, 19, 46, 49
. Sautmarket - see Saltmarket
. Trongate, 5, 16-17
. West Nile, 18, 191
Glenham Run, 172
Glenhu Run, 173
Glenquoich Station, 173
Glenure Run, 173
Goldfield discovery reward offer, 144
Gold dredging, 162
Gold prospecting, Mataura River, 162
Gordon, 180
Gore, 148, 178-183, 187-189
Gore Borough Council, 196
Gore Dairy Factory, 195
Gore Liberal League, 195
Gore Town Board, 194
Graham Clan, 222
Grass whare construction, 116
Gratuities for ships’ officers, 65
Green, Thomas, 179
Greenock, 62
Greenock Advertiser (newspaper), 54-55
Grey, Governor Sir George, 125
Gunn, Mr, 152
Haberfield, E S, 113
Half-way Bush, 153, 162
Hamilton, Mrs, 177
Hankerson, Messrs, 173

Harper, Bishop, 168
Harris, John Hyde, 157
Harvest home celebrations, 112, 130, 131
Herd, Captain, 113
Hill Brothers, 173
Hogue, Arthur, 173
Hokonui Hills, 136, 148, 169
Howden, David, 135
Howes Ford, see Pinkerton’s Ford
Huko (wife of Reko), 160, 164
Hunter Reynolds, William, 136
Influenza, 113
Intermediate cabin class - see fore-cabin class
Invercargill, 154
Islay Run, 172
Jackson, Edward, 165
Jacky Jacky (Mr Glendenning), 151
Jamieson, Mrs, 179
John MacGibbon and Sons (merchant business), 177-186, 189
Johnston, Mrs, 156
Johnston, William, 156
Jones, John, 117, 118, 152
Joyce, J P, 161
Kaihiku Hills, 160
Kaituna Creek, 114, 115, 131
Kanakana eels, 164
Karitane, 113
Kelley, John, 170
Kelvingrove Run, 161,169
Kelvin Grove Run – see Kelvingrove Run
Kettle, Charles, 114
Knapdale Run, 158, 172, 178
Koputai (see Port Chalmers)
Koromiko (farm) 174
Kuri – see Maori dog
Lamprey eel, see kanakana
Land speculation, 190
Landholdings, MacGibbon family, 190
Landslip Hill, 172
Legislative Council of New Zealand, 209-211
Liberal Party, 195
Lining out (in Free Church service), 32
Little Enemy, 112, 122, 125
Littlewort, Tommy, 161
Lloyd, George, 161
Lloyd’s Register, 54-55
Long Ford,151, 158, 160, 163
Longford - see Long Ford
Longridge Run, 152, 153, 155
Lovell’s Accommodation House, 150
Lumsden, 173
Mac prefix in names, 222
McAffer, Dr, 179
Macaulay, Mr, 162
Macandrew, James, 108, 109, 132, 135, 148,157
McCallum, Captain, 173
McCallum, Duncan, 157
McCaughan, Mr, 179
McClymont, Mr, 173
McDonald, A A, 177
McFarlane, Mr, 173
MacGibbon, Alicia, 212
MacGibbon, Andrew, 175
MacGibbon, Angus, 175
MacGibbon, Archibald (‘Cocky’), 183, 189, 212
MacGibbon, Archibald A, 126, 190, 196, 215
MacGibbon, Bell, 174
MacGibbon, Bill, 174, 212, 214
MacGibbon, Bob, 175
MacGibbon, Colin, 168, 178, 190, 215
MacGibbon, Colina, 212
MacGibbon, Dave, 174, 212, 214
MacGibbon, David (farmer) 175
McGibbon, David (Glasgow), 16-18, 35-37, 53,176
MacGibbon, Ebenezer, 179, 181-182, 190, 215
MacGibbon, Emily, 215
MacGibbon, Ernie, 212
MacGibbon, Eve, 212
MacGibbon, Frank, 212, 214
MacGibbon, Florence, 212
MacGibbon, Georgina (Aunty Tot), 196-197, 215
MacGibbon, Gordon, 212, 214
MacGibbon, Hazel, 175
MacGibbon, Hilda, 212
MacGibbon, Hugh (merchant), 188-190, 212, 214
MacGibbon, Hugh (farmer) 173
MacGibbon, Ida, 212-213
MacGibbon, Isabella, 176, 190, 200, 203, 204-207, 215
MacGibbon, Jane:
. Glasgow period, 7-52
. In Dunedin, 108-109
. Caversham, 126
. Golden wedding, 198-199
. Leaving Dunedin, 136
. Portrait painted, 200
. House in Mataura, 214
MacGibbon, Jeannie, 8, 126, 174, 178, 215
MacGibbon, Jessie, 8, 126, 172, 178, 215
McGibbon, Jessie (Glasgow), 37
MacGibbon, Jessie (1884-1932), 212
MacGibbon, John (farmer at McNab) 175
MacGibbon, John (1870-1945), 212
MacGibbon, John Jr:
. Early experiences in Mataura district, 163-164; 174
. Election campaign 1911, 195
. Gore merchant business, 178-183
. In Dunedin, 126,
. In Glasgow, 46
. Land dealings, 190, 215
. Liberal politics, 195-196.
. Public and church service, 194-195
. MacGibbon, John Sr:
. Arrival in Dunedin, 117-118
. Connection with James Macandrew, 136, 157
. Establishing John MacGibbon and Sons merchant business, 177-178
. Farming activities in Southland, 173-175
. Farming in Dunedin, 128-131
. Golden wedding, 198-199
. In Glasgow, 7-52
. In retirement, 200
. Involvement in Dunedin politics, 135
. Land purchased from New Zealand Company, 3, 36, 50-51
. Mataura accommodation house and ferry, 159, 161, 165-169, 171
. Mentioned in the Dunedin press, 108-110
. Merchant activities in Dunedin, 128, 130, 146
. Move to Caversham, 125-126
. Obituary, 201
. Otapiri Run, 136, 148-152
McGibbon, John ‘Tiger’, 113, 222
MacGibbon, Kate, 212-213
MacGibbon, Mabel, 212-214
MacGibbon, Mary (1873-1943), 212
MacGibbon, Mary (nee Latham), 179, 212, 215
MacGibbon, Mary (nee Ward), 179, 215, 212, 215
MacGibbon, Mataura, 182, 212, 214
MacGibbon, Maud, 212- 213
MacGibbon, May, 212-213
MacGibbon, Nell, 212
MacGibbon, Roy, 212
MacGibbon, Stanley, 175, 212
MacGibbon, Hon Thomas MLC:
. Early experiences at Mataura,159-162
. Election campaign 1905, 193
. In Dunedin, 126, 136
. In Glasgow, 7, 8, 10, 29-30, 32, 41-44
. In the Legislative Council, 209-211
. Land dealings, 190
. Mataura accommodation house, 165-169; 176
. Merchant activities, 178-183; 190
. Otapiri Run, 148-156
. Overseas travel, 213; 215
. Public and church service of, 191-192, 194
McGibbon, Thomas (Glasgow), 222
MacGibbon, Thomas Arthur, 212
MacGibbon and Company Ltd, 181-182, 187-190
MacGibbon family crest, 222
MacGibbon’s Accommodation House - see Mataura accommodation house
MacGibbon’s Cooperative Stores Association, 186
MacGibbon’s Corner, 180-183
McGlashan, Edward, 131
McGlashan, John, 21-22, 28, 110, 128
McKay, Alexander, 114
McKay, Eric, 165, 194
McKellar, David, 152-153, 155
McKellar, Peter, 152, 155
McKellar, Tom, 152
Mackenzie, Captain, 151, 172
Mackenzie, James, 137
McKinnon, Walter, 179
McLay, John, 77, 121
McLean, Hughie, 179
McNab, (district), 175
McNab, Alexander, 151, 158, 178
McNab, Archie, 153
McNab, Dr Robert, 194
McNeil, Alex, 160
McNeil Brothers, 173
Manning, Dr, 80
Maori beliefs, 164
Maori Bush, 160-161, 163
Maori dog, 158
Maori:
. Amalgamation with Anglo-Saxon races article, 123
. Coastal fishing, 121
. Cultural activities, 121
. Otago Provincial Council - first elections (1853), 122
. In Dunedin newspapers, 122
. Sale of Otago Block, 114
. Sale of Murihuku Block (Southland), 120, 122, 127
. Living conditions in Dunedin, 113, 122
. Relations with early settlers, 122
. Reserve proposal for Dunedin, 122
. Trading in potatoes, 126
Maori tribes:
. Ngai Tahu, 113, 164
. Ngati Mamoe, 113
. Te Rupuwai, 113
. Katikura, 113
. Waitaha, 113
Marairua Run, 172
Marchbank, James, 161
Marshburn (farm), 175
Martin, Tom, 150
Massey, Rt Hon William, 211
Mataura Accommodation House, 136, 165-169
Mataura Borough Council, 192
Mataura bridges, 146, 161, 170-171, 177
Mataura Dairy Factory Company, 191, 192
Mataura Estate, 172
Mataura Falls, 157,159, 163, 164, 177
Mataura Ferry, 136, 144, 146
Mataura Hundred, 178
Mataura River, 151, 170, 174
Mataura Town Board, 192
Mataura Valley, 118, 136
Matou River (see Clutha)
Meals - cabin class, 70
Meals - steerage class, 69
Measles, 10, 113
Mechanics’ Institute, 118-119, 124, 130
Medical comforts on board ships, 65
Medical regulations on board ships, 58, 60
Medical treatments available in 1849, 66
Medicine, preventative, 63
Menzies, Dr, 172
Merino Downs Run, 172
Mess groups on emigrant ships, 69
Middle Island, New Zealand, 23
Mieville, Fanny, 175
Mieville, Frederic, 172, 175
Miller, James, 174, 215
Milne, Mary, 213
Molyneux Ferry, 150
Molyneux River (see Clutha River)
Monro, David, 114
Mooltan arrival notice, 110
Mooltan deaths, 106, 220
Mooltan (ship) - see under Ships
Mooltan passenger list, 105-106
Mooltan voyage map, 69
Moonlight Ranges Run, 173
Morgan, Mary Ann, 195
Morrison Brothers, 173
Muir, Charles, 168
Murihiku Block (Southland),122
Myross Bush, 153
Nairn, Archibald, 176
Nairn, James, 200
Naming tradition in Scotland, 10
National Fire and Marine Insurance Company, 178
National Mortgage and Agency Co Ltd, 196
New River - see Oreti River
New Zealand and Australian Land Company, 172, 176
New Zealand Company, 3, 18, 21-22, 35, 48, 57,114, 125, 132
New Zealand Company settlements, 23
Nicol and Kay (contractors), 161
Nightcaps, 174
Nokomai goldfield, 168, 179
Oaklands Run, 172
Old Coach Road, 178
Oliver, Mr, 172
Orbell, Catherine, 61, 67, 75-76, 78-79, 118
Oreti River, 148, 153
Otago, 21, 23
Otago Block, 23-24, 114, 122
Otago Heads, 78, 113
Otago Horticultural Society, 115
Otago Journal, 18, 23, 26-27
Otago Property Investment Co, 130
Otago Settlement, statistical summary for 1855, 133
Otago Settlers’ Association, 126
Otakaramu Hills, 156
Otakaramu Run, 160, 172
Otakou, 113
Otakou Peninsula, 24
Otama, 179
Otamita Stream, 152
Otapiri Run, 136, 148, 152, 157
Otara Run, 172
Otaraia Run, 172
Otautau, 172
Otepoti, 131
Oughton, John, 153
Pagan, Jun, 172
Palmer,Thomas, 177
Pearse, John, 72-73
Peel, George, 172
Penny, John, 195
Perkins, George, 63
Photographer - first in Dunedin, 133
Pi (wife of Reko), 160
Pianoforte lessons (first in Dunedin – Miss Redmayne), 144
Pilgrim Fathers, 3, 22
Pillans, Francis, 61, 64, 71, 74, 76-77
Pillans, Francis, diary of, 81-104
Pinkerton’s Ford, 151
Pinnacle, 163
Pollock, James, 177
Pollock, Thomas, 169
Pompallier, Bishop John Baptist, 113
Popotunoa Run, 151,162
Port Chalmers, 77-79, 114
Port Nicholson, 24
Presbyterian Church, East Gore,195
Presbyterian Church, Mataura , 184, 194
Presbyterian piety, 216
Presbytery of Otago, 131
Provincial Council elections, 122
Publicity campaign for Otago settlement, 51, 59
Public lectures in Dunedin:
Rev Dr Burns, 119
Rev Charles Jeffreys, 126
Walter Mantell, 132
Captain Bellairs, 133
Lecture series in 1857, 141
Dr Purdie, 143
Pukerau, 160
Purdie, Dr William, 54, 63-64, 219-220
Pyramids, 172
Queenie – see Reko, Toki
Reaby Run, 152
Read, Gabriel, 162
Reform Party, 193-194, 196, 209-210
Reko (Maori chief at Tuturau), 164
Reko, Toki, 161, 164, 166
Reynolds, Thomas, 172
Reynolds, William Hunter, 110, 157
Rich, Edwin, 161, 172
Richardson, Dr, 172
Richardson, Fanny, see Mieville, Fanny
Richardson, Sir John, 161
Rigging and spars on sailing ships, 100
Roberts, W H S, 154
Robertson, Joy, 63, 80
Rogers, Henry, 173
Rogers, Joseph, 173
Sabbath in Glasgow, 29-33
St James Church, 30
Salt beef, 68
Sautmarket - see Glasgow streets
Saltmarket - see Glasgow streets
Schooling on board emigrant ships, 71
Seddon, Rt Hon Richard John, 193, 210-211
Selwyn, Bishop George, 113
Sexuality on emigrant ships, 67
Shanks, James Steuart Jr, 172,176, 179, 213, 215
Shanks, James Steuart Sr, 176
Shea-Lawlor, Mr, 173
Sheddans, 163
Ship Cone, 173
Ships:
. Ajax, 85
. Artemsia, 94
. Bangalore, 84
. Blundell, 79
. Canterbury, 84
. Conway, 76
. Duke of Portland, 72-77, 84
. John Wycliffe, 22, 114
. Lady Nugent, 84
. Mariner, 67, 78-79
. Midlothian, 84
. Mooltan, 47, 51, 54-55, 59, 61, 71-79, 81-106, 108
. Moultan - see Mooltan
. Pekin, 68
. Philip Laing, 22-23, 115
. Poictiers, 71
. Queen (first steamship in Dunedin), 146
. Strathmore, 95
. Tichonderoga, 103
Ship’s biscuit, 68
Ships’ surgeons – role and responsibilities of, 65
Shipwrecks, 77
Shortland, Edward, 114
Simpson, Alec, 179
Simpson, Mrs, 179
Simson, Ian, 195
Sinclair, Daniel, 172
Single women emigrants, 28
Slum conditions in Glasgow, 50
Smallpox, 113
Smith, Captain Mein, 114
Smith, Mr, 195
Smith, Thomas, 177
Smythe, Theo, 183
Solomon (Teko Hutu) 160
Souness, John, 149
Southland, 136, 148
Southland County Council, 191
Southland Education Board, 194
Southland Frozen Meat Company, 194
Southland Hospital and Charitable Aid Board, 191,194
Southland Province, separation from Otago, 161
Steerage class, 54, 57, 59, 68-69
Stephen, Justice Sidney, 125
Stewart Island, 78
Stewarts Island, 23
Storms at sea, 75-76, 84, 98, 101-104
Sufficient price for land, 3, 25
Swanston, Mr, 167
Switzers, Mr, 172
Switzers Diggings, 152, 153, 168
Switzers Run, 152,162
Taiaroa Head - see Otago Heads
Taieri, 149
Taieri Mouth, 113
Tammany Ring, 179
Tapanui Run, 152
Taylor, J H, 173
Taylor, John Parkin, 157
Taylor’s Creek, 160
Teetotal Society (Dunedin), 111
Te Anau, 173
Te Puoho, 164
Te Rauparaha, 164
Te Whakahua, 214
Temperance movement in Gore, 195
Tenths (in Maori land purchases), 114
Tibbetts Brothers, 172
Toi Tois Run, 172
Toitu Creek (see Kaituna Creek)
Tokomairiro Plain, 150
Tristan da Cunha, 77, 94-95
Tron Church, 17-19, 21
Trumble, Thomas, 172
Tuberculosis, 10
Tuckett, Frederick, 114
Tuturau, 160, 163
Tuturau Hundred, 175
Tuturau Kaika, 156, 164
Tuturau Run, 161
Tyler, John, 74-75, 78-79
Typhus, 10, 103
Upper Wyndham Run, 172
Vaccination, first in Otago, 128
Valpy, William, 110, 116, 128
Venlaw Run, 172
Veterinarian (first in Dunedin), 144
Victorian Company, 153
Waihola, 149
Waihopai Creek, 153
Waikaia, 162, 179
Waikaia Plains Station, 156
Waikaka, 163, 178
Waikaka Valley, 178
Waikouaiti, 114
Waimahaka Run, 172
Waimea Plains, 148, 152
Waimumu Block, 172
Waimumu Stream, 153, 160, 163, 174
Wairuna, 160
Wairuna Creek, 151
Waiwera, 150, 160
Wakatipu Goldfield, 179
Wakefield, Colonel William, 114
Wantwood Run, 152
Waste Land Board, 135, 157
Watkin, Rev James, 114
Watt, Andrew, 179
Wattle and daub house construction, 116
Weaving, first in Dunedin, 124
Weller brothers (whalers), 113
Wellington, 24
Wells, Dr Henry, 65-66, 79
Wendon, 153, 172
Wendonside, 153, 172
Wentworth, Fitzwilliam, 173
Whaling settlement, Bluff, 113, 222
Whaling settlements, Otago, 113
Whitby, Captain George, 79
Wilson, Mr, 172
Wilson, Mr ‘Long’, 153
Women’s electoral emancipation, 195
Women’s franchise petition, 195
Woodlaw Station, 174
Wowserism, 195
Wright, Mr, 173
Wynd, 13, 14, 17, 40
Wyndham, 161
Yellow Bluff, 174
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