MAHAN, Robert

R. Mahan & Co
Tees Street

 Mahan and Muir (Robert Mahan and Frederick Bailey Muir), Photographers, Thames Street, Oamaru. There is a branch at Timaru, where Mr Muir, who joined the firm in 1903, is in charge. Mr Mahan, who founded the business, still has the active management in Oamaru, where he established himself a good many years ago. He is referred to elsewhere in this volume in connection with the volunteers and the Oamaru Borough Council, of which he is a member.

WANTED everybody to go and see R. MAHAN AND CO. Display of PHOTOGRAPHS AND ENLARGEMENTS. Don't forget. Go at once; they are worth seeing.

MAHAN AND CO. are giving ONE DOZEN CABINET PHOTOS, Beautifully Enamelled, or Finished by the New Matt Surface Process (as worked by us during the last six months), with 15 x 12 Bromide enlargment,
for 15s.
Extra figures 1s each. Not more than five extras charged for.

 North Otago Times, Volume XXXVII, Issue 7831, 25 March 1893, Page 3


North Otago Times, Volume XXXV, Issue 9779, 8 November 1900, Page 3


reverse inscribed "Redpath"

Sarah Jane Dunlop, Maheno
May 1895

Oamaru Boating Club
Winners Club Fours 1908-9
J. Brenton, No. 3. A. Orr, No.2.
J. Rosie, Bow. Cox, G. Bain. G. Grenfell, Stroke.

Ernest (Ernie) Hopetoun Guthrie, Private 8/2430 was born in Palmerston about 1895 the son of Thomas Sibbald Guthrie and Annie Guthrie nee McNeill. He was killed aged 21 years in the Battle of Messines on 14 June 1917 while serving with the Otago Regiment, N.Z.E.F. He is commerated at the Messines Ridge (New Zealand) Memorial to the Missing near the town of Nieuwkerestraat in Belgium. He also served at Gallipoli. His mother Annie never recovered from the loss. 

Edgar (Eddie) Sibbald Guthrie, 3/74A 1st NZEF Main Body, was the son of Thomas Sibbald Guthrie and Annie Guthrie nee McNeill and brother of Ernie Guthrie, above. He died in Oamaru Public Hospital on 2 December 1968 aged 71 years. 

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