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A prominent corner villa
  In 1862 New Plymouth's first Primitive Methodist Church  was erected on this site. It was replaced in 1904 by a larger church building designed by noted New Plymouth architect Frank
  A permit for this two-storey building was issued on 11 March 1925. It was connected to the Devon Street building and greatly increased C.C.Ward's retail space. (see linked topic).
A circa 1895-96 villa located at the western end of Pendarves Street, overlooking New Plymouth city and the lower Huatoki valley
  This building at 31 Devon Street East was built in 1911 to meet local demand for the "cinematograph", a new and exciting entertainment. The "Empire Picture Palace" opened on 23 December, 1911