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    Built for Charles Thomas Mills (listed as a commission agent on the 1890 electoral roll) in 1895, this is one of the oldest timber buildings in the CBD. Described as,
A circa 1890s-1900s two storied commercial building
  A permit was issued to the New Plymouth Friendly Societies on 1 September 1932 for the construction of this Devon Street East building. The builder was A.O.Brown and the estimated cost £1,850. The architects
This two-storey timber building on the corner of Devon Street East and Gover Streets started life as the Red House Hotel in 1865; although the present building was constructed in
This building, in its original one-storey form, was the first permanent premises of the Taranaki Club. It was built by R.Coleman in 1898 and designed by the Auckland firm, McKay, Fripp