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  The Masonic is the only original hotel in Waitara - it was built in 1881 for James Holmes. The building was designed by New Plymouth architecture partnership Edmonds & Sanderson
Detail from circa 1890s view of Waitara The northern portion of this two-storied building was constructed in 1882 as an addition to Samuel Joll's butchery shop (constructed sometime in the
Cape Egmont Boating Club, Coast Road, Rahotu.
This single storey timber house was very likely constructed in 1882 by/for Thomas Rowe.  Soon after construction Thomas encountered financial difficulties and the house was advertised for sale by auction
With the majority of early English settlers to New Plymouth hailing from Cornwall and Devon, their descendants often looked to those regions when naming roads in the city later on.