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John Humphries Memorial Band Room.
  The John Humphries Memorial Band Room in Havelock Street was opened on 27 October, 1951. The Opunake Federal Band
Connett Road.
  When John Snell Connett died in 1934, he was considered by the Taranaki Herald's obituary writer as "one of
Pohutukawa Tree (Cnr Leach and Cameron Streets).
  This large pohutukawa tree (Metrosideros excelsa) on the corner of Leach and Cameron Streets was brought to New Plymouth in
Waireka Plaque.
Corner of Waireka Road West and Sutton Road, Omata
Opunake Masonic Lodge 1914.
  The Ikaroa Masonic Lodge is located in Domett Street and was built in 1914. It was designed by the Hawera
Women's Rest and Plunket Rooms.
  The Women's Rest and Plunket Rooms in Napier Street were officially opened by the Minister of Health, Miss Mabel Howard,
Baptist Tabernacle (Puke Ariki collection).
  This Baptist Tabernacle was erected in 1913 on the corner of Liardet and Lemon Streets. The section was donated by
Baptist Church (cnr Liardet and Gill Streets).
  (Baptist Church/Grundy's Service Station, 1940) New Plymouth's first Baptist Church (or Chapel as it was first known as) was erected
Grant VC Street.
  John Gildroy Grant was born in Hawera in 1889. His parents, Jane and George were both Scottish immigrants who


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