Views of bottle collection by Jaycees to raise money for Tibetan refugees. Pictured in frame 4 is John Mackinder.
Views of bottle collection by Jaycees to raise money for Tibetan refugees.
A row of alcohol bottles on a shelf, with a wire holding them in place.
Reynolds family eating Christmas lunch at a dining table.
Four generations at Christmas dinner, including Grandma Todd, Peter, Mother Venis Olin, Sam, daughter Merle and son, Tony. There is a bottle of wine at the top of the table and six bottles of D.B...
Ron Goss, Marjorie Goss, Thelma Goss, Shirley Goss and George Goss at the 21st birthday party for Shirley.
Elderflower syrup stall at the New Brighton Market.
A road cone and a chair beside temporary fencing outside Canterbury Museum.
An unidentified group of people sitting in the food court at South City Mall.
A man inspects Barcadi bottles which have been manufactured in Christchurch.
Ken Ellis, Bishop W. A. Pyatt, and Val Doonican receive funds raised by the Rolleston and New Brighton fire brigades for Telethon.
R.T. Lowry of Crown Crystal Glass with a goblet in the firm's showroom.
A machine operator stamping soft drink bottles with labels.
A pile of glass items at a New Zealand Glass Manufacturers Company collection centre.
Comedian, Michael Bentine, and anchor, Bryan Allpress, sample wine at Telethon 1976.
The hosts of Telethon 1977 applaud a total of raised funds. Pictured (front) are Rodney Bryant, Norman Bowler, Bryan Allpress, George Baker, Ken Ellis, Jangles the Clown. At the back are Hamish Hay...
A barman serving a patron at the bar of the Sandridge Hotel in Sydenham.
[Frames 19 to 23] Dining room manager Derek McNeil being served by a bartender in the Sunset Lounge at the Carlton. [Frame 24] Owners Joseph and Lucy Booth relaxing in chairs in the Sunset Lounge.
Police investigating milk bottles on the side of the road in Culverden, near the scene of the double murder of James Barker and Neil Chant.
SPCA receptionist, Isobel Cochran, feeding a bottle of milk to Oscar the goat in Hornby.
[Frames 6 and 7] Shearers John MacDonald and Angus Thompson sharpening some shears on a wet stone grinder. [Frame 8] Unidentified men surrounded by wool in a shearing shed.
Andrew Norris tells of the naughty way he and his friends refunded glass bottles as children, at the West End Dairy on Simeon Quay in Lyttelton.
Condensed version of 'Bottle collecting'. Andrew Norris tells a of the naughty way he and his friends refunded glass bottles as children, at the West End Dairy on Simeon Quay in Lyttelton.
A man with two children standing at the counter in a café with outdoor seating in the foreground.