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Settler Kaponga 1881–1914 — A Frontier Fragment of the Western World

Epilogue Afterwards, and other Perspectives

Epilogue Afterwards, and other Perspectives

1. Christopher Pugsley, On the Fringe of Hell: New Zealanders and Military Discipline in the First World War, Auckland, 1991, p. 9.

2. W.J. Reader, At Duty's Call: A Study in Obsolete Patriotism, Manchester, 1988, p. 34.

3. Jock Phillips, Nicholas Boyack & E.P. Malone, eds., The Great Adventure: New Zealand Soldiers Describe the First World War, Wellington 1988, p. 1.

4. Star, 22/9/19.

5. J.B. Priestley, Margin Released, London, 1962, pp. 130, 137.

6. J.G. Fuller, Troop Morale and Popular Culture in the British and Dominion Armies 1914–1919, Oxford, 1990, pp. 1–2.

7. The quotations that follow are all from Fuller, Troop Morale, p. 175.

8. Star, 30/8/17, 23/3/18, 11/6/18, 26/11/18 (Gardner death notice).

9. Alice née McEneaney (?-1933) was the widow of Thomas Malone, who died in 1899. Besides her care for her own family of seven she was noted for the great help she gave to the poor, the sick and the orphaned.

10. Star, 5/5/17, 3/9/17.

11. Star, 21/5/17, 2/1/18; Hugh Cleland, ‘[Letters to] Lily’, 1917–19, MS 2340, Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington.

12. Star, 21/11/18.

13. See e.g. NZ Journal of Agriculture, 8,2, 1917, p. 343; AJHR, 1919, 1–12, pp. 198–99.

14. Star, 26/1/15, 24/2/15, 22/7/15, 31/5/16.

15. Matamata County Mail, 20/1/75 (obituary of M. Bates).

16. Alan Ward, A Show of Justice: Racial ‘Amalgamation’ in Nineteenth Century New Zealand, Auckland, 1973, p. 308.

17. Rollo Arnold, ‘Opening of the Great Bush’, pp. 691–92.

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18. Chief Justice Prendergast's term in Wi Parata v Bishop of Wellington (1877).

19. Star, 29/7/85, 30/9/86, 8/11/86, 29/12/87; Y, 18/8/88 (Manaia ‘Our Own’).

20. Star,20/2/06 (Awatuna East ‘Our Own’), 6/1/10; The following from MS 127 Waldegrave, Taranaki Museum, New Plymouth: Note added by L. Watkins to ‘A Short Account of Mary Watkins' Voyage…, 1879’; Owen Wilson, ‘The Hobbs and Wilson families’; Letter from Miss Alice Black.

21. Star, 28/4/13.

22. At her home at 5 Donald Crescent, Karori, Wellington.

23. As Elizabeth Burrows on 2 April 1924.

24. Joseph Turner (1867–1942) and Elizabeth née Eastwood (1868–1965).

25. Ken Dempsey, Smalltown: A Study of Social Inequality, Cohesion and Belonging, Melbourne, 1990.

26. Winifred Davies, ‘I remember, I remember, the house where I was born’, MS 202, Taranaki Museum.

27. Ronald Pearsall, Edwardian Life and Leisure, Newton Abbot, 1973, pp. 85–86.

28. The names we have found (see ‘Kaponga People’ for details) are: Charlotte Mary Anderson, Kaponga, Riverlea and Auroa (wife of David); Selina Bulst, Riverlea (wife of Julius); Nurse Mary Ann Gullery, Kaponga; Sarah Emma Melville, Kaponga (wife of John); Rosina Melville, Kaponga (wife of Alexander); Mrs Harry Robinson, Kaponga; May Rutland, Rowan; Mrs Sparks, Kaponga. The only one of these registered under the Midwives Registration Act 1904 was Charlotte Anderson.