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St John's Church was built for Henry Lawlor, so that he could continue to take divine service in Tararu.
This house is a good example of the residential boom days at Tararu and the growth of the wealth of Thames as a commercial centre as the gold returns declined.
The Tararu school was built in 1877 by Mr J J O'Briens, to the design of Henry Allwright, the Auckland Education Board architect.
On 27th July 1867 James Mackay, civil commissioner for the Hauraki district, concluded an agreement with Te Hoterini Taipari, Raiki Whakarongatai and Rapana Maunganoa.  This agreement secured the mineral rights
Both 'Coniston' and 'Thurlston' are described as substantial timber Californian bungalows.  Built around 1913-14, both were possibly designed by the same architect, Selwyn Goldsbrow.  Twenty-five pages of specifications formed the