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  Queen Street in Waitara was named after Queen Victoria, the reigning monarch at the time the town was founded. There are more than sixty other Queen Streets around New
2019 View: By Hamish Crimp This unassuming house has a fascinating history - it was originally constructed in late 1877 as the first Waitara Bank of New Zealand. In October 1877,
1913 view by Frederick George Radcliffe, Auckland City Libraries Collection Established during 1867 with Thomas Leedom as proprietor, the Waitara Hotel was originally located at the corner of High and
Memorial to those lost at the wreck of the "Lizzie Bell" (1901), Pihama Cemetery, Puketapu Road, Pihama
  Mould Street in Waitara was named after the Commander of the Royal Engineers during the Taranaki Wars. Thomas Rawlings Mould was born in 1805 and educated at the Royal