Lynley Wilson with her pet lamb, Tuppence, and one of her grandfathers sheepdogs on the grounds of ChristChurch Cathedral in Cathedral Square. Lynley went on stage with the pets at the Children's...
The Dean of Christchurch, the Very Rev M. L. Underhill, with Lynley Wilson and her pet lamb Tuppence on stage at the Children's Christmas Service at ChristChurch Cathedral. In the background is Lynley...
Views of Mount Peel Station. Pictured in frame 4 is Pat Sugrue.
Pigeon Bay in the 1980s.
A snowy encounter with a relatively newly born lamb on the Port Hills, and its first experience with our land and as the little lamb gazes at the stunning view of Lyttelton.
Proud mother sheep inspects her lamb on the Port Hills during snow.
I happened to spot some friends who then decided to do some impromptu acrobatics on the sheep sculptures during the FEStival of Transitional Architecture.
Newspaper caption: The Terrace Estate sale dispersal of Sir John Hall's flock.
Newspaper caption: The Malvern Agricultural and Pastoral Association's Annual Winter Show at Sheffield
Newspaper caption: A busy period on Canterbury Farms: Stud sheep at Lincoln College. Lincoln College possesses one of the leading flocks of Southdowns in the Dominion, and there is a keen demand for...
Newspaper caption: Training in agricultural science: glimpses of work at the Canterbury Agricultural College, at Lincoln
Black sheep and lambs in paddock on Woodend Beach farm.
View from the hills behind Redcliffs across the Estuary towards Southshore and South New Brighton. Clifton and Moncks Bay are visible to the right with sheep grazing on the hill in the foreground.
Newspaper caption: The NZ Farmer's Co-operative Association sold on account Mr Thomas A. Stephens, of Irwell, a line of 122 fat lambs, to Messrs Sims, Cooper and Co. meat exporters of Christchurch, at...
Flock of sheep on Bridle Path Road near Gimbletts going to Mt Pleasant shearing sheds
Man on horse with sheepdog herding driving sheep along Bridle Path Road, Heathcote Valley.
Newspaper caption: Mount Torlesse, snow-clad, can be seen in the background in each picture.
Newspaper caption: Mr Geo. Rutherford having disposed of his Dalethorpe property, the well-known merino and half-bred flock were dispersed by auction on March 19th, and realised excellent prices...
Newspaper caption: The clearing sale on the Bangor Estate, of Mr J. A. Holmes Canterbury, another large estate bought for subdivision.
Newspaper caption: The Canterbury stock sale, of Sir John Hall's famous Merino flock, held at Hororata on 21 February 1907.
Newspaper caption: Heslerton Station, near Dunsandel wins First Prize for its sheep at the Dunedin Winter Show, June 1903.
Newspaper caption: Heslerton Station, near Dunsandel wins First Prize for its sheep at the Dunedin Winter Show, June 1903. Heslerton Station first, with Half-bred wethers, two-tooths.