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Demolition of Midland Hotel

Demolition of Midland Hotel

This image was taken (but not used) for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 7th January 1966 "Work has started on the demolition of the Midland Hotel. The windows are here being removed before the front is [demolished]. The hotel licence has now been transferred to the New Pioneer Hotel."

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Coleman Place, Palmerston North
 
Demolition of Midland Hotel

Demolition of Midland Hotel

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 7th January 1966 "Work has started on the demolition of the Midland Hotel. The windows are here being removed before the front is [demolished]. The hotel licence has now been transferred to the New Pioneer Hotel."

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Coleman Place, Palmerston North
 
Demolition of Midland Hotel

Demolition of Midland Hotel

[Image of the entry foyer where the roof is being demolished, probably in the Midland Hotel.]

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Coleman Place, Palmerston North
 
Demolition of Midland Hotel

Demolition of Midland Hotel

[Image of a ground floor window overlooking a yard, probably in the Midland Hotel.]

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Coleman Place, Palmerston North
 
Demolition of Midland Hotel

Demolition of Midland Hotel

[Image of a ceiling being demolished, probably in the Midland Hotel.]

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Coleman Place, Palmerston North
 
Demolition of Midland Hotel

Demolition of Midland Hotel

[Image of a reinforced concrete floor being demolished, probably in the Midland Hotel.]

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Coleman Place, Palmerston North
 
Demolition of Midland Hotel

Demolition of Midland Hotel

[Image of an interior room where walls and ceiling are being demolished, probably in the Midland Hotel.]

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Coleman Place, Palmerston North
 
Hotel Midland, Coleman Mall

Hotel Midland, Coleman Mall

The Hotel Midland operated in Coleman Place from 1928–1965. It was demolished in October 1965, as it was deemed structurally unsound and not able to be economically converted for commercial use. The building was constructed in 1914 as the Everybody’s Theatre and operated until becoming an hotel in 1924. In the early 1960s it was owned by New Zealand Breweries Ltd.

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Coleman Mall, Palmerston North
 
Midland Hotel, Coleman Mall

Midland Hotel, Coleman Mall

The building was constructed in 1913 for Arthur Hopwood, a prominent Palmerston North businessman, who leased the land. With the building to its right (now demolished), it became part of “Everybody’s Theatre”, and in 1928 the theatre was remodelled to become the Midland Hotel. Much of the hotel was demolished in 1966, leaving this portion remaining for retail shops.

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5-9 Coleman Mall, Palmerston North
 
Midland Hotel, Coleman Mall

Midland Hotel, Coleman Mall

The building was constructed in 1913 for Arthur Hopwood, a prominent Palmerston North businessman, who leased the land. With the building to its right (now demolished), it became part of “Everybody’s Theatre”, and in 1928 the theatre was remodelled to become the Midland Hotel. Much of the hotel was demolished in 1966, leaving this portion remaining for retail shops.

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5-9 Coleman Mall, Palmerston North
 
Midland Hotel, Coleman Mall

Midland Hotel, Coleman Mall

The building was constructed in 1913 for Arthur Hopwood, a prominent Palmerston North businessman, who leased the land. With the building to its right (now demolished), it became part of “Everybody’s Theatre”, and in 1928 the theatre was remodelled to become the Midland Hotel. Much of the hotel was demolished in 1966, leaving this portion remaining for retail shops.

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5-9 Coleman Mall, Palmerston North
 
Former Midland Hotel, Coleman Mall

Former Midland Hotel, Coleman Mall

The building was constructed in 1913 for Arthur Hopwood, a prominent Palmerston North businessman, who leased the land. It became part of “Everybody’s Theatre” next door,and in 1928 the theatre was remodelled to become the Midland Hotel. Much of the hotel was demolished in 1966, leaving this portion remaining for retail shops.

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Coleman Mall, Palmerston North
 
Hallensteins Building and former Hotel Midland, Coleman Place

Hallensteins Building and former Hotel Midland, Coleman Place

Located at the southern end of Coleman Place, the Hallenstein building was originally an agricultural retail shop, until bought by Hallensteins in 1923. It is now owned by the Palmerston North City Council and is called the Youth Space. The 'Midland Hotel' building is what remains of the Hotel, which stood to the right of this section.

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Corner of George Street and Coleman Mall, Palmerston North
 
Midlands Hockey Club

Midlands Hockey Club

From left. Back row: V R Farquahar (Hon. Secretary); J J Garrity, (Wing); F DeLuen (Centre Half); J Tait (Forward); F H Shortt (Full-back); A Webb (Line Umpire). Middle row: H L Young (Vice President); J N McPherson (Goal-keeper); C A Shortt (Full-back); L Simmons (President); A R Shelton (Centre-forward, Captain); W H Webb (Right-half); A J Mahon (Vice president). Front row: H Thorburn (Forward); A E Webb (Wing); W J May (Left-half).

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Palmerston North
 
Former Returned Servicemen's Club and Midland Hotel, corner of George and Cuba Streets

Former Returned Servicemen's Club and Midland Hotel, corner of George and Cuba Streets

The building, designed by L G West and Son, was constructed as social rooms for the Palmerston North ANZAC Club and Manawatu Patriotic Society, in 1917. The verandah was enclosed in 1920 and 1945. In 1974 it was bought by the PNCC. Currently it is run as shops and a café on the street frontage (2008). To the left is the back of the former Midland Hotel, whose entrance was off Coleman Mall.

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Corner of George and Cuba Street, Palmerston North
 
Coleman Place and Broadway Avenue

Coleman Place and Broadway Avenue

The photograph looks down The Square, past the Rangitikei Street corner, and along Coleman Place. It is the right section of a three part panorama of The Square. Refer to 2008n_sq324_cmross_1634 and 2007n_sq323_squ_0490 to see the complete image.

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Broadway Avenue, Palmerston North
 
Broadway from Coleman Place

Broadway from Coleman Place

Looking from Coleman Place, Palmerston North, down Broadway. Coleman Place, now called Coleman Mall, was named after Sylvester Coleman who was a Palmerston North Borough Councillor and businessman in the early days of Palmerston North. In this photograph, Hallenstein Brothers store is on the left and the end of Rosco's is on the right. The Hotel Midland is beside Hallensteins with Para Rubber to the right. The Australasian Temperance and General Mutual Life Assurance Society Ltd (T&G) building is in the distance on the right. In the far distance is St Patrick's Church.

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Coleman Place, Boradway Avenue and The Square, Palmerston North
 
Panorama of The Square from the top of the Kosy Theatre - circa 1940s

Panorama of The Square from the top of the Kosy Theatre - circa 1940s

This panorama shows all four quadrants of The Square and the central gardens running along the railway line. It looks west to the surrounding buildings - from the Fitzherbert Street corner around to Main Street West, to just beyond the Rangitikei Street corner. Prominent in this photograph is the Ladies' Rest (art deco building, middle foreground) and Rosco Department Store (4-storey building just left of centre). This photograph was taken before the Hopwood Clock Tower was built in 1957.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
A View of Coleman Place

A View of Coleman Place

Looking into Coleman Place with Rosco's store and the Union Bank of Australia of the left. The Mayfair Theatre is directly ahead in George Street. Hallenstein Brothers is on the right. When widening Coleman Place, the owners of this store tried to sell the land for an inflated cost, which proved to be too much for the City Council, so Coleman Place remained as seen in this photograph.

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The Square, Palmerston North
 
[The Marton Hotel]

[The Marton Hotel]

This image was taken for a story that ran in The Manawatu Evening Standard on 24th December 1965 "Seasons Greetings." [The Marton Hotel and surrounding streets with cars and a tree on a very rainy day.]

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Marton
 
The Grand Hotel

The Grand Hotel

The Grand Hotel was designed by J G Maddison in the Second Empire style, and constucted in 1906 by Trevor and Sons. It replaced the Provincial Hotel which burned down in the same year. As an hotel it hosted many important vistors, including two Royal visits (1927 and 1954). In 1985 the hotel was converted into commercial offices and retail space. While the interior of the building retains little of its former self the exterior is largely as built, although the turret was removed as an earthquake risk.

This photo was taken by Maicah, Flynn and Karlos of the Manawatū Home Educator's network as part of a session with the Heritage team at Palmerston North City Library.

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Corner of The Square and Church Street, Palmerston North
 
Woodville Hotel

Woodville Hotel

Woodville is shown here from the Palmerston North end looking towards at the Club Hotel (then called the Woodville Hotel), which was on the corner of MacLean and Vogel Streets. MacLean Street runs to the right in the photograph and onto Masterton, while Vogel Street runs onto Napier.

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Palmerston North
 
Clarendon Hotel

Clarendon Hotel

A postcard showing the Clarendon Hotel on the corner of Rangitikei Street and The Square. Inscription reads: "The building in picture is the hotel we stayed at here, it was rebuilt as it was once burnt down. Love Leila"

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Rangitikei Street, Palmerston North
 
Colyton Hotel

Colyton Hotel

At the time of the photograph the licensee of the Colyton Hotel was James Prosser. The building was burnt down 2 June 1904. It was not rebuilt and the license was transferred to Taihape.

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Palmerston North
 
The Empire Hotel

The Empire Hotel

The first Empire Hotel was built on this site in 1890, but was burnt down in 1895. Another hotel was built the same year, and it was that building that forms the basis of the current Empire Hotel. Extensive renovations over the years ahve changed the look of the hotel but in 1996 a further renovation saw the building restored using original photographs.

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528 Main Street, Palmerston North
 
Commercial Hotel

Commercial Hotel

The Commercial Hotel operated on this site from 1881-1986. This is the third Commercial Hotel, built in 1935. It was demolished in 1986.

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Corner of Main Street and The Square, Palmerston North
 
Hotel Carlton

Hotel Carlton

The Hotel Carlton was designed by L G West and Son (Ernst West) and was constructed in 1927. As of 2020 the building still serves as an hotel - The Distinction (previously it was the Travelodge).

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175 Cuba Street, Palmerston North
 
Hotel Carlton

Hotel Carlton

The Hotel Carlton was designed by L G West and Son (Ernst West) and was constructed in 1927. As of 2020 the building still serves as an hotel - The Distinction (previously it was the Travelodge).

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175 Cuba Street, Palmerston North
 
Hotel Carlton

Hotel Carlton

The Hotel Carlton was designed by L G West and Son (Ernst West) and was constructed in 1927. As of 2020 the building still serves as an hotel - The Distinction (previously it was the Travelodge).

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175 Cuba Street, Palmerston North
 
The Grand Hotel

The Grand Hotel

The Grand Hotel was designed by J G Maddison in the Second Empire style, and constucted in 1906 by Trevor and Sons. It replaced the Provincial Hotel which burned down in the same year. As an hotel it hosted many important vistors, including two Royal visits (1927 and 1954). In 1985 the hotel was converted into commercial offices and retail space. While the interior of the building retains little of its former self the exterior is largely as built, although the turret was removed as an earthquake risk

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Corner of The Square and Church Street, Palmerston North
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