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More Info →Kai Iwi Marae, Ngati Kauwhata and Rangitāne, entertainment group at the Show Grounds.

I muri i te tangi tuatahi o nga pere i runga i te karaka i te Whare Poutaopeta i haere nga tangata ki to te W.T. Wood whare. Ko Kerei Te Panau e noho ana ki te taha maui tuarima. He korowai, he potae ona. Ko tona hoa ranatira, ko Ereni Te Awe Awe, e noho ana ki te taha maui tuawhitu. He Mema o Paremata a W.T. Wood i taua wa. Taken at the residence of Mr and Mrs Woods, on the corner of Cook and Ferguson Streets, after the starting of the clock chimes (named Kerei Te Panau) in the Post Office tower in 1906. W.T. Woods, a former Councillor and Mayor of Palmerston North, was MP for Palmerston North 1902-1908. Seated from left: Mrs Woods 4th from left; Kerei Te Panau 5th; W.T. Woods 6th; Ereni Te Awe Awe (Kerei Te Panau's wife)7th. To access image please contact us.

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Kai Iwi Marae, Ngati Kauwhata and Rangitāne, entertainment group at the Show Grounds.
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Corner of Cook and Ferguson Street, Palmerston North
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1906

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