Cooper, Alfred John d 1869 :Waiparu-paru. Mohaka 1860 Mouth of Mohaka. Sims' Public House in foreground. Riddle's woolshed and craft in the distance.
Reference Number: A-235-011
Shows Marion Sim, wife of John Sim, feeding horses. The public house, or hotel was run by brothers John and Andrew Sim.
1 image, categorised under Watercolours, related to Marion Sim, Andrew Sim, W J Mouton, Robert Riddle, Mrs W J Mouton, John Lavin, John Sim, Alfred John d Cooper, Two centuries of New Zealand landscape art (Exhibition), Treasures in Trust (Exhibition), Mohaka, Farms - New Zealand - Hawke's Bay Region, Fences - New Zealand - Hawke's Bay Region, Ferries - New Zealand - Hawke's Bay Region, Bars (Drinking establishments) - New Zealand - Hawke's Bay Region, Post offices - New Zealand - Hawke's Bay Region, Horses - New Zealand - Hawke's Bay Region, Hotels - New Zealand - Hawke's Bay Region and Shearing sheds - New Zealand - Hawkes Bay region.
Cooper, Alfred John d 1869 :Waiparu-paru. Mohaka 1860 Mouth of Mohaka. Sims' Public House in foreground. Riddle's woolshed and craft in the distance., Reference Number A-235-011 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 watercolour(s)Watercolour 144 x 228 mm. Single art work
Historical Notes: According to N.Z. Historic Places, np. 46, Dec 1993, p. 17 "There has been a public house at Mohaka since 1859 or before. The first was established by John and Marion Sim on the south side of the mouth of the Mohaka river, opposite the large Maori community centred round the Te Huke and Hiruharama Pa. In 1859, when the postal service was established between Napier and Wairoa, the pub was already there. The Sims were running a ferry and operated the post office from the pub. They appear to have been recently married and to have emigrated from Scotland."
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Other copies available: File PrintIn Drawings & Prints under Artist/Title (DFP-000923)
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Mount recto - [in Lavin's hand] Mouth of Mohaka. Sims' public house in foreground. Riddle's woolshed and craft in the distance; Recto - bottom right: AJC; Recto - bottom left: Waiparu-paru Mohaka 1860.
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