Top places nearby. More about the location. Hosted by Judy Joined in January Married to John. Love my grandchildren who live close by. Love to travel, play golf, and cycle. Love sharing the knowledge I have of our beautiful region, and advising visitors of places to visit, according to their interests. We both love to hear about our guests travels and homelands, but we also respect their privacy. Love sharing the knowledge I have of our beautiful region, and advising visitors of… read more.
John and I are usually available to greet our guests, and get them settled in. If we aren't on site, the cottage will be left unlocked, so you can settle yourselves in. We like to get to know our visitors, and advise them of local attractions, but, at the same time we respect their privacy. We do not provide breakfast for our guests.
Tea, coffee and milk are supplied. We like to… read more. Superhosts are experienced, highly-rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests. Things to know. House rules. Show all. Highly recommend. Another really gr8 place in Oamaru. Warm, cosy atmosphere, down to earth naturally friendly staff.
Portions just right, value for money. Invercargill could learn so much from this place the ILT needs a serious shake up. Dont change anything, just wished we lived closer. Flights Holiday Rentals Restaurants Things to do. Log in to get trip updates and message other travellers. Fat Sallys, Oamaru.
See all restaurants in Oamaru. Fat Sallys Unclaimed. All photos Ratings and reviews 4. Travellers' Choice. We had the chicken salad and seafood chowder Very tasty large portions great Is this restaurant romantic? Yes No Unsure. Is this an European restaurant? Is this restaurant appropriate for Kids? Is this restaurant family-friendly? Does this restaurant offer table service? Is this restaurant wheelchair accessible? Can a vegan person get a good meal at this restaurant? Is this restaurant good for large groups? Is this a pub? Does this restaurant specialise in New Zealand style food?
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Terrible 9. Nominal card index to subsidy scheme for immigration from Britain ss. Customs Department Greymouth. Miscellaneous registers 13 overall date range include some shipping registers for Access restricted for years from date of birth or 40 years from date of death. Most migrants to New Zealand have come from the British Isles. From the s onward a number of other specific group or nationality migrations can be identified at different periods, and we have material on some of these groups.
Not all the records refer directly to migration or individuals. Attempts to found special settlements in the s and s quickly failed or struggled for many years. People who went to special settlements were usually assisted passengers and can be accessed through the Wellington card indexes. Reports on some special settlements appear in AJHR of the s. Books have been published on many of the special settlements and should be available in public libraries. Hundreds of wives and children of Chinese already in New Zealand arrived in Auckland and Wellington from August to early , escaping the Japanese invasion of the later s.
See passenger lists [ ADBO ]. In a government committee, under The British Children Emergency regulations , considered offering homes to evacuated British children. The scheme was greeted with great public enthusiasm in New Zealand when announced on 25 June and over children were nominated for assisted passages. By 31 March they were in foster homes. Other records:. Within a year or two about other Poles related to the children arrived. A few went home after the war, but most stayed in New Zealand. Polish child refugees file cards.
Naturalisation records from hold information on Polish children who became New Zealand citizens.
After considerable organisation , from to the New Zealand government paid for the passages of over children aged Boys and girls came to New Zealand in parties of until late when the scheme was halted. There were difficulties, including expectations on the part of foster parents which were too high and advance reports on children which were too favourable.
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The scheme was modified and groups of boys, mostly to work on farms, continued to migrate until August Files held at our Wellington archive include some lists of the children, reports from voyages out and some reports on individual children. Access restrictions may apply. Hungarian Refugees, Assistance offered Those who came by ship are recorded in passenger lists unindexed [SS1]. Other records include:. Entries are in:. This is a restricted access series.
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It represents a sample of files only. There are no dates provided and it is searchable by name on Archway. For access contact:. There is an index to these files and it is open access. In Wellington we hold many outwards ship passenger lists up to in the Social Security Department records [ ADBO ], but the sequences are far from complete until after The records for minor ports hold some emigration records for and then from Wellington emigration records date from and Auckland records from The passenger lists are grouped in three or six month periods by port: Auckland, or Wellington, or the minor ports which were Lyttelton and Bluff.
Ships often called at more than one port and emigration from Dunedin was usually included with Wellington and Auckland entries.
The passenger lists are unindexed. If a ship name and date for leaving New Zealand are known, finding an emigration record is relatively straightforward. If no specific ship name or date are known, it is necessary to search the passenger lists which can only be done at our Wellington archive. It takes about an hour to search six months of lists for one name.
A special record exists for non-military New Zealanders travelling to South Africa from mid to because the South African government required entry permits. Applications for and copies of the permits survive among the inward correspondence of the Colonial Secretary, later the Internal Affairs Department.