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2017 View: By Hamish Crimp In July 1915, a permit for the construction of a residence for J. Bransgrove on Town Section 1638 was granted by the New Plymouth Borough
                                                             Image courtesy of Robyn Oliver, c1988 This house was built for Samuel Teed about 1900. He was still living here when he died in 1944, aged 80.   Teed & Co.
  In the late 1960s Riddick Bros and Still bought a number of properties on the south side of Gill Street for an industrial subdivision. All but one of the
  Otago Chambers in Fenton Street was erected for the law firm, Halliwell and Thomson, in 1914. One of the founders, Mr Percy Thomson, attended Otago University, hence the name. It was
Presently known as the TET King's Theatre due to a sponsorship agreement with the Taranaki Electricity Trust. The theatre opened on New Year's Eve, 1917, with a showing of the