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FSB4 FinancialThe catalyst
St got its name
By REBECCA THOMSON
This week The Wellingtonian begins its Streetwise
History series, looking at how the city's streets got
Then: Boulcott St in
visible are the
houses along The
Photo: EVENING POST
Now: Today high-
rise buildings block
the view of the
houses on The
student hostel Weir
House is visible.
The Wellingtonian office is in
Boulcott St, so -- under the head-
ing of Starting close to home'' --
this is the first street name we
will look at.
Boulcott St, which links Willis
St to The Terrace, was originally
named Hinau Hill.
But by 1868, the road had
become known as Boulcott St,
named after English financier
John Ellerker Boulcott.
He was a director of the New
Zealand Company, which was
charged with promoting colonial
Portraits of John Boulcott and
his wife Mary hang in the Historic
Places Trust building, which
opened in Antrim House, Boulcott
St, in 1982.
Mr Boulcott and his wife never
visited New Zealand, but did own
1500 acres of land in Wellington.
Through his connection with the
New Zealand Company, Boulcott
was able to purchase land here.
The Boulcotts' two sons, Almon
and Joseph, came to New Zealand
in 1842 and settled in Lower Hutt.
Their farm became famous for
the Battle of Boulcott's Farm'',
after a surprise attack by local
Maori in 1846 left six soldiers
The Lower Hutt suburb of
Boulcott and Boulcott Hospital
were named after them.
By JOSEPH ROMANOS
looks to have set a
record for the most
scholarships won in
Results from last
year's exams are still
unofficial, but it
appears the college's
126 scholarships was
not only the top figure
in New Zealand for
2011, but the highest
number ever recorded.
It is believed the pre-
vious highest mark was
the 120 bySt Cuthbert's
Considering the Wel-
lington College roll is
only half that of some of
the biggest schools in
the country, its aca-
demic success is
Moses said he was
I'm proud because
it's a Wellington school,
a state school and a
boys school,'' he said.
We had 71 boys gain
scholarships, which is
the best we've ever
done, so it was a very
good results for us.''
previous best result
was 92 scholarships, in
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