New Zealand Holidays
Attired in broad-brimmed hats and full-length skirts, women golfers pose for a photo during the Christchurch Golf Club's Easter tournament in 1908. Despite having to play in these costumes, respectable scores were recorded for Miss Campbell, who won the Canterbury Cup, and Miss Mill, who won both the handicap and the championship.
. The most popular item before and on Guy Fawkes night, was traditionally these crackers, which were available for a few cents at local dairies (milk bars). The meaner kids would throw them at others to frighten them after school. Image courtesy of Owain Morris collection