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These are now quite desirable, second hand and bidding at auction can be surprisingly competitive.13.The classic Kiwi cream doughnut – very different to the American donut – must be filled with cream, a small dollop of raspberry jam, and a dusting of sweet icing sugar over the top to be the real deal.So, below are the top fifty most popular images based on what I have posted since October 2012. It wasn’t until I posted the picture of the cafeteria playground at the flagship Farmers’ Store in Hobson Street, Auckland (ranked number one over all) that it started blowing up as the image went viral.
These ones seem to have currants in them which isn’t how, I think most people, consider a genuine one.15. It took Gregg’s a good twenty years after that to get their version on the shelves. This is one of the “go figure” entries that I guess really appealed to people. More lurid patterns stick out for me than soft, tasteful Martha Stewart-type pastels as pictured here.
I remember my father wearing this when I was a child and his whole morning “ritual” with the aftershave, cuff-links and knotting the tie – so I can understand why it brings back fond memories for so many.
It pretty much had the market locked up for a long time but I think it lost it’s monopolyin the 1980s with the advent of designer fragrances flooding the market I guess they bring back comforting memories for people in a number of ways – cosy winter nights, drowsily listening to parents talk, in another room, the sound of late night TV shows in the distance, sleepovers, visiting relatives, holidays, and other special occasions. Much of the Coke advertising was always a run-on off from American campaigns – but this one named “Have a Coke – Kia Ora” – was a Kiwi creation and specifically painted between 1943-1945 for the Coca-Cola Company of New Zealand, not long after the product went domestic.29. It seems like it is done though, and state-owned Learning Media is closing its doors, bringing to the end possibly the longest-running magazine in Kiwi history – having had it’s first issue published in 1907, the first instance that any kind of school book was published domestically.
Along with other popular toys, just about everyone had one of these bug catchers in the 1970s. Not long after this small hand-held consoles like Donkey Kong were the rage and it was imperative to have one. Cover artwork by Jill Mc Donald, image courtesy of the Auckland Museum Collection31. Rowntree’s products were produced under licence first by Mackintosh Caley Phoenix (MCP) whose Dunedin factory as acquired along with the Bycroft business in 1961 and became known as AB Consolidated -until it wound down in the late Seventies, and reverted to Aulsebrook’s. The classic line-up from the New Zealand kitchen cupboard for baking: Cadbury’s Bournville cocoa powder, golden syrup from CSR, cake cups from Jaytee, and good old Edmonds “Sure To Rise” baking powder which has been around since 1879 and is still one of the few most successful brands today (although the range is now in the dozens of products). Cuesenaire rods were invented in the early 1950s in Belgium – it’s not a Kiwi creation.
That was the beginning of the end as toys entered the digital age, and imagination started to atrophy.30. They were meant to help educate in matters of elementary maths using different lengths and colours from one centimetre (white) to ten (orange).
In AB Consolidated, Aulsebrook's, Ballins Breweries, board games, Bournville Cocoa, Cadbury Confectionery Ltd, Cadbury Fry Hudson, Cadbury Schweppes Hudson Ltd, Caley's chocolate, Chelsea Sugar Refinery, Coca-Cola Co., Coca-Cola Company of New Zealand, Crown Lynn, Cuesenaire rods, Doughnuts, Edmonds, Fanta soft drink, Fresca diet soft drink, Fresh-Up juices, Gregg & Co, Gregg's, Gregg's Instant Pudding, Gregg's jelly crystals, Griffin’s, Hi-C juice, Holdsons games, Jaytee Patty Pans, Kaiapoi blankets, Kelston Potteries, Leed soft drink, Mackintosh Caley Phoenix, Mackintosh Caley Phoenix (MCP), Mackintosh's, Mc Alpine, Milk delivery, Milkshakes, N. Apple & Pear Marketing Board, New Zealand School Journal, Old Spice, Phoenix biscuits, Po Ha crackers, Ready To Read books, Rowntree's, Rowntree's Smarties, Sewing stuff, Sodastream soft drink, The Ministry of Education, Tip-Top, Topsy, Tourism art, Tourist souvenirs, Uncategorized on February 2, 2014 at 10.46The number one most popular image I’ve posted of all time, was this picture of the whimsical playground on top of the Farmers’ department store, which was next to the cafeteria to keep the kids occupied. The recall of playing on the pedal cars and trikes – as well as who took ownership of the toadstool -really struck a cord with everyone.