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From: "Jeannette Miles" <>
Subject: Re: [NZ] Boarding houses and Stables
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2007 19:05:11 +1000
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Plse cc copies to myself as well.
I have a Chinese grandfather who had a boarding house at Tapanui that was
burned down around this time
Thks, Jeannette

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Subject: [NZ] Boarding houses and Stables

I am seeking information about the running of stables and/or boarding
houses.

Could any one advise me whether there were any requirements to
register/record the keeping of large stables and/or boarding houses in NZ in
the late 1800's, early 1900's?

The stables picked up and delivered mail and goods around the area - so
would there be records of mail contracts any where?

Boarding houses were run by my McAneney/McAneaney family and also my Stuart
family in Tangowahine. The stables were run by the McAneney family in
Tangowahine and Dargaville.

Thanks, Rose.

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