lake

Lake

Lake in Waikoko garden

Lake

People and boats in and around lake in Waikoko garden

4 – Boat named “Enid” – from “William Nelson of Tomoana – His Legacy to Hawke’s Bay” by RJ Paterson, 2001

9 – Katherine and William seated, about 1926. In the boat are Constance and Joceline, the eldest and youngest granddaughters of William and Sarah – from “William Nelson of Tomoana – His Legacy to Hawke’s Bay” by RJ Paterson, 2001

Lake

People in boat on the lake at Waikoko Gardens

Lake

Lake made by AWS Longley on Maori lease property next to Tawadale
Ian Longley and Richard Longley in dinghy named “Polly”

Lake

Lake made by AWS Longley on Maori lease property next to Tawadale

Lake

Lake at Waikoko Gardens or another park

Lake

Lake in Waikoko garden

Lake

Lake in Waikoko garden

5 – willow trees reflecting in lake

Lake in Winter

Lake at Waikoko Gardens in winter, fountain on left

Lake Waikaremoana

Lake Waikaremoana

Park

Park with stream

Boats on Lake

Boats on lake in Waikoko Gardens

1 – boat named “Enid”

2 –
On rear of photo –
Quality Print by
NOEL WILSON’S PHARMACY
Dispensing & Photographic Chemists
Heretaunga St., Hastings.

Te Hauke Lake 1930

Members of the Hastings Chamber of Commerce looking at control gates at Te Hauke Lake, 1930

Article in “Auckland Weekly News”, 2 April 1930 –

RECLAIMING WASTE SWAMP LANDS FOR USE AS FERTILE FARMS: AN IMPORTANT DRAINAGE SCHEME IN HAWKE’S BAY PROVINCE.
After over a year’s dredging operations the big Government drainage scheme at Te Hauke Lake and its surround swamp lands, is now nearing completion. At a cost of approximately £18,000,