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Bourbon Chronology

January 20, 2019

By AHNZ

This Chronology ordered using the back of my bottle of bourbon as a guide. I hope you find it useful…

  • 1154 AD: An 800yo Description of Maoris
  • 1642: Continents Suspected Deep in the South
  • 1642: Dutch Discovery of New Zealand
  • Jacob Beam
    1760-1834

  • 1772: Marion Du Fresne’s Massacre
  • Establishment of Jim Beam
    1795

  • David Beam
    1802-1854

  • 1818: 200 Years Ago: The first performance of Silent Night
  • 1829: A Letter from Sydney
  • David M. Beam
    1833-1913

  • 1834: Busby’s Shingle
  • 1840: Auckland’s So-Called ‘First Lady’
  • 1840: New Zealand’s First Taxman
  • 1840: Wellington Anniversary
  • 1840: Who Was Our First Governor? The Answer May Startle You…
  • 1841: New Zealand Herald and Auckland Gazette
  • 1848: The Acheron Survey
  • 1851: Loburn
  • 1851: Rangiora’s First House
  • 1853: G.J. Leech of Rangiora
  • 1859: NZI- Insurance by Compulsion?
  • 1863: Butlerian Jihad on Victorian Schooling
  • Colonel James Beam
    1864-1947

  • 1865: Chch Public Smash and Burn Toll Road
  • 1867: Pheasant, blackbirds, thrushes and starlings
  • 1870: Lyttleton Burning
  • 1870: The University of New Zealand Act
  • 1876: Maoris Demand Extermination of Te Reo
  • 1878: Premier George Grey’s Tour
  • 1879: Parihaka Cult sends in The Ploughmen
  • 1880: Death of Chief Tainui
  • 1880s: “I’m going into Town”
  • 1881: Bloodless End to the Affair at Parihaka
  • 1885: St James hall, Mt Eden
  • 1885: St James Mt Eden, Part II; Conjuring a Demolition
  • 1886: The Settlers Guide to New Zealand
  • 1888: Christ out of Christmas
  • 1890: One Man, One Vote
  • 1895: Cobb and Co. on the job
  • 1896: Reeves Resigns
  • 1898: The Kumi, A Taniwha on the Loose!
  • T. Jeremiah Beam
    1899-1977

  • 1900: The Khaki Girls
  • 1901: Shoot the Boer
  • 1904: No Santa Gifts for Maoris
  • 1906: Dunedin Railway Station
  • 1907: Cavern of Bones
  • 1907: Smartphone Zombies Predicted
  • 1907: Taxes Spent on State Weather Control Scheme
  • 1908: Wellington State Monopoly, Chinks Only!
  • 1909: Blown to Atoms
  • 1910: Buller Gorge
  • 1910: Election Campaign Disguised as Lord Kitchener’s Military Inspection
  • 1913: Permission Slip to Raffle
  • 1915: Rudyard Kipling vs New Zealand Government
  • 1918: Our True ‘Greatest Pandemic’
  • 1918: The Ratana Church
  • 1918: The Truth about the Influenza Epidemic
  • 1919: General Election
  • 1920s: The Rise of Four Square stores
  • 1927: Driving tests and licences introduced by the Henderson Town Board
  • Booker Noe
    1929-2004

  • 1930s: I’m envious of Uncle Scrim
  • 1930s: Whose News?
  • 1932: A Funeral for the Rules
  • 1932: Firemen
  • 1933: Pranking the Authoritarians
  • 1934: First Waitangi Day
  • 1934: George Bernard Shaw Visit
  • 1936: Apirana Ngata joins National Party
  • 1936: Days of Physical Culture
  • 1936: Jack Lovelock, Political Puppet
  • 1936: Kings High
  • 1936: Mickey Mouse in the French Foreign Legion
  • 1937: Death of Rua Kenana
  • 1939: Psychopathology in Politics
  • 1940: Bathing Beauty Contests
  • 1940: Tomorrow Dies
  • 1941: The General Election That Never Was
  • 1944: No serotonin for you, Boomer!
  • 1945: Government Sing-off Battle
  • 1947: Socialised Dentistry for Kids
  • 1948: In Endless Fear
  • 1950s: Conquered Pacific Theatre Converted into Americana
  • 1953: Prize-Giving Speech
  • 1953: Queen of New Zealand in New Zealand
  • 1955: New Zealand Honey Marketing Authority
  • 1955: Uranium flavoured ice cream
  • 1955: Who Will Build the Roads?
  • Fred Noe
    1957-Present

  • 1957: Happy Families
  • 1960: Arise, Television
  • 1960: Henderson Intermediate
  • 1960: Nelson-Blenheim Railway
  • 1960s: “Sexist Advertisements”
  • 1963: A Kiwi Spring Clothes Peg Dynasty
  • 1964: Nuclear Mother
  • 1966: Decimal Coins
  • 1969: Ripped off in Rotorua
  • 1970s: Anthropomorphic Television Demigods
  • 1970s: The Fall of Four Square Stores
  • 1971: South City Substation
  • 1972: Accident Compensation Corporation
  • 1972: Died Today: James K. Baxter
  • 1972: Germaine Greer visits
  • 1972: The West Auckland Booze Monopoly Cartel
  • 1973: Early Seventies ‘Oil Shock’ Hemlines
  • 1973: Nazi Role Models
  • 1975: General Election; ‘The Cities’
  • 1975: Wellington 2ZM
  • 1975: What is a New Zealander?
  • 1977: Jean Batten Came Home
  • 1977: José Feliciano working for Muldoon
  • 1979: New Zealand State Kills 257 at Erebus
  • 1979: Split Enz: Frenzy
  • 1980: East Coast Bays Buy-election
  • 1980: The Independent State of Aramoana
  • 1980s: Sketching Shoes
  • 1980s: State Post Office Swindle Books
  • 1980s: The Littlest Hobo
  • 1981: Kiwis Bombing Kiwis
  • 1983: Savage Islands
  • 1986: Mikhail Lermontov Sinking
  • 1987: Te Morehu Cairn
  • 1990s: Rave Culture
  • 1992: Benito and Adolf in a New Zealand film!
  • 2000s: Generation Z
  • 2003: That time Goff met Arafat
  • 2005: Monument to Kiwi Vanity
  • 2007: Derailing Fred
  • 2007: Paper Computer Dream Dies With Kiwi Inventor
  • 2008: Voting under the influence
  • 2009: Cadbury Switched to Palm Oil
  • Mila Kunis
    2014-Present

  • 2015: Superstition and Kiwifruit
  • 2016: Hunt for the Wilderpeople
  • 2018: Derailing Little Toot
  • 2018: St James Hall burns
  • 2020s: Dignity Culture Rising

    This page auto-generated using AHNZ Chronology Genbot, 2019

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