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Journalist Tina White's weekly "Memory Lane" article in the Manawatū Standard. The life and death of notable Rangitāne leader Kerei Te Panau. His funeral procession in 1908 attracted large crowds. The Hopwood clock tower chimes are named after him.

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2020Pa_IMCA-DigitalArchive_030806
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Memory Lane - "Voice of kaumātua lives on"
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Manawatū Standard
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Manawatū
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March 28, 2020

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