I wonder if this watchmaker is still there?

"The township of Naseby is located among shady trees at the head of the sun-bleached Maniototo Plain. It is the most charming of Otago's gold rush settlements (often referred to as the 'Jewel of the Maniototo'), with a wealth of surviving Victorian architecture, and some remaining buildings constructed from adobe (sun dried mud brick). Gold was discovered in 1863 by the Parker brothers and as many as 5000 diggers once toiled on its gold fields, but this "poorman's field" as it was known made recovering the gold a sometimes thankless task."