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He pārongo atu anōClarendon Hotel on West end of the Square

This view of the western portion of the Square highlights the Clarendon Hotel, which stood on the corner of the Square and Rangitikei Street until 1904 when the hotel was destroyed by fire. Mr James Carroll was the proprietor during the 1880s.

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2014N_Sq106_008597
Ingoa
Clarendon Hotel on West end of the Square
Pākanga
Public Photograph Collection Sq 106
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Coolstore

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Clarendon Hotel on West end of the Square
Looking up Church Street side of The Square, Palmerston North
Mr W J Foster driving a Whitehead's delivery cart
Crowd in The Square awaiting the arrival of Indian Troops
Visit of the Imperial Troops to Palmerston North
Main Street East to Church Street East
Visit of the Imperial Troops to Palmerston North
H Christensen - General Storekeeper
Corner of The Square and Church Street
The Square looking towards Coleman Place
Delivering milk to Joseph Nathan & Co Ltd Cheese Factory, at Bunnythorpe
The Square looking towards Main Street West from the corner of Church Street West

Hanganga

Te kaihanga
Te wāhi
The Square, Palmerston North
Te rā
circa 1882 to circa 1883

Te manatārua

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Palmerston North City Library

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Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

Clarendon Hotel on West end of the Square
Looking up Church Street side of The Square, Palmerston North
Mr W J Foster driving a Whitehead's delivery cart
Crowd in The Square awaiting the arrival of Indian Troops
Visit of the Imperial Troops to Palmerston North
Main Street East to Church Street East
Visit of the Imperial Troops to Palmerston North
H Christensen - General Storekeeper
Corner of The Square and Church Street
The Square looking towards Coleman Place
Delivering milk to Joseph Nathan & Co Ltd Cheese Factory, at Bunnythorpe
The Square looking towards Main Street West from the corner of Church Street West

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