Aitutaki, during the visit of HMS Mildura with Lord Ranfurly and party - Photograph taken by Malcolm Ross, [9 October 1900]
Reference Number: PA1-q-633-25
Clipping from The Press, comprising the text of the speech by Lord Ranfurly at the annexation of Mangaia, and two photographs taken by Malcolm Ross on the cruise of HMS Mildura to the Cook Islands, Niue and Tonga, October 1900, during which the Cook Islands and Niue were annexed on behalf of New Zealand.The upper photograph (PA1-q-633-25-1) shows the official party, including Lord Ranfurly (centre) and Charles Hill-Trevor (right of centre) giving "Three singing "God save the Queen" at the annexation of Aitutaki, 9 October 1900. The lower photograph (PA1-q-633-25-2) shows sailors from HMS Mildura (foreground) and the official party (including Charles Hill-Trevor in the right background), giving "Three cheers for her most gracious majesty" at the annexation of Aitutaki, 9 October 1900.
1 image, related to Uchter John Mark Knox Ranfurly, Charles Edward Hill-Trevor Trevor, Aitutaki, Sailors, Colonial administrators, Proclamations and Cook Islands - Annexation to New Zealand.
Album documenting the Pacific cruise of Lord Ranfurly on HMS Mildura in October 1900, and the annexation for New Zealand of the Cook Islands and Niue., Reference Number PA1-q-633 (9 digitised items)
Ranfurly family :Photographs, Reference Number PAColl-5745 (114 digitised items)
Extent: Clipping and two photographic prints mounted on album page, 253 x 314 mm (page size). Various Material Types
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