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Public Convenience (Brougham Street).
  The construction of these underground toilets, for men, in Brougham Street did not happen without a fight as Puke
Truby King's Childhood Home.
  After their home outside New Plymouth was destroyed during the first Taranaki war in 1860, Thomas King moved his family
Griffiths & Co. Building.
  This building was erected for E.Griffiths & Co. in 1907 and was located on the south-eastern corner of Egmont and Ariki
WWCT Regiment - Battle Honours.
Puke Ariki Landing, St Aubyn Street, New Plymouth
St Andrew's Church (Devon Street East).
  This small Presbyterian church in Devon Street East (about where Top Town cinema is today) was built in 1884.
Wesleyan Church c1870.
  The foundation stone for this Wesleyan Methodist Church was laid on 13 March, 1856. It opened on Thursday 2 October,
Whiteley Memorial Church 1898.
  This church, named the Whiteley Memorial Church after the late Rev. John Whiteley, was located on the corner of Liardet and
Fidelis Memorial.
Rangatapu Street, Ohawe Beach, Hawera
Breakwater Road.
  When the surveyor Frederic Carrington chose the site for the town of New Plymouth early in 1841 he took
17 Vivian Street.
  This two-storey house in Vivian Street featured in the 1995 NPDC Heritage Inventory compiled by conservation architect, Chris Cochran. He described


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Puke Ariki Baskets


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