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  This building on the corner of High Street and Albion Street in Hawera was built in 1911 for the lawyers, Richard Dawson Welsh and Bernard McCarthy. It was designed
This two-storey building stands next to the Hawera Foundries Building (linked) in Union Street. It was designed in 1919 by the same architects, Duffill & Gibson, although of quite a
This two-storey building at 6-8 Union Street was erected in 1928 for Hawera Foundries. The company is described in the Hawera Town Centre Heritage Inventory as a "holding company whose
  This simple concrete building on the corner of Princes and Furlong Streets was demolished in August, 2014 after being assessed as having a significant earthquake risk. It was built
This two-storey building at 187 High Street was erected in 1932 for the Taranaki Daily News. It was designed by prominent Hawera architects Duffill & Gibson and the plans are