New Zealand facts & history in brief
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a small township, a nearby
range of Mountains, rising to 1600 m,
where gold was found in 1862 by
Hartley and Reilly, a Creek, the
area around the Clutha gorge and a
man-made hydro-electric lake
supplying the Clyde dam, all
share the name Dustan.
The township, was originally
called Hartley, later renamed
after the patron saint
of goldsmiths, St Dunstan.
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