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  This two-storey building in Princes Street stands next door to the Caplen Building, it boasts a similar neo-classic design to the neighbouring building, but is less impressive in scale.
The section this two-storey building stands on was purchased by the Bank of New South Wales in 1875 for £25. The building above was built in 1910 at a cost of
  This single storey brick building was erected in 1923 by the firm Hobbs & Baker. The Hawera & Normanby Star reported (30 October 1922) on a general meeting of the Egmont
  This two-storey building in Regent Street was erected in 1903 for Herbert Halliwell, a lawyer. The Hāwera Town Centre Heritage Inventory notes its distinction of having a continuous association
This two-storey building in Princes Street was erected in 1923 for Messrs Casserly and Corcoran. It was designed by the Hawera firm, Duffill and Gibson and the contractor was John