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Stratford's first clock tower was erected in 1924 standing outside the new post office (see linked topic). The clock and bell chimes were donated by the town as a memorial
Adolph Manoy arrived in New Zealand in 1904, settling first in Motueka. He moved to Stratford in 1909 and set up a small drapery store. The business was a success and
On the afternoon of 20 June 1924 the Hon. J.G. Coates, Postmaster-General, opened the new Post Office and clock tower on Broadway. While in the town Coates was also tasked with opening
3500 Mountain Road (State Highway 3), Stratford 4394
The New Commercial Hotel on the corner of SH3 and Page Street in Stratford was built in 1953. The lease was held by local boxing coach Joseph (Joe) Phillip Collins