Wyles & Buck :Plan of Pitoone Town Board [ms map]. Compiled and drawn from official sources by Wyles & Buck, civil engineers, Wellington, 1886.
Reference Number: MapColl-832.4796gbbd/1886/Acc.9419
Cadastral map of the Pito-one Town Board, showing sections 1-8 and 79, street layout, property boundaries, numbered residential sections, dwellings, railways, businesses and cemeteries. The town is divided into the west and north east wards, and is bounded by sections 19, 78 (Te Raho Kapawai), 16, 17, 9 and 10 and the Maungaraki Native (Maori) reserve. The map includes a large Public Works Department, the Pito-one Station, a brewery, timber yard, the Gear Company Works and wharf, Marine Retreat Hotel, woollen factory, schools, Wainuiomata waterworks main, Waltonville, the Working Men's Club, Oddfellows Hall, churches, and two Maori cemeteries (urupa) along the esplanade. Names on the map include: Te Ahi Parara, Te Upoko o te Poaka, Mr Tyer, Mr Kelly (shoemaker), Matene Tauwhare, Mr Reston, Mr Manning, Mr Ridler, Mr Chapman, Dr Hector and Mr E Barber.
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Wyles & Buck :Plan of Pitoone Town Board [ms map]. Compiled and drawn from official sources by Wyles & Buck, civil engineers, Wellington, 1886., Reference Number MapColl-832.4796gbbd/1886/Acc.9419 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 manuscript map(s)Ink and watercolour on paper, linen backed, scale [1:3 960], 68.5 x 89.8 cm.. Map
Conditions governing access to original: Not restricted
Inscriptions: Inscribed - Stamped Petone Working Men's Club and Literary Insitute.
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