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He was mayor for a few months in 1927. And he was then mayor from 1929 onwards. The period in between, James Hunt had his fourth or so term as
He was commonly known as Warren Kelly. He often signed as H. Warren Kelly.
Brightwater, on the banks of the Wairoa River, was named after a water-powered flour mill there, and was one of the early villages serving surrounding farms. A railway station was
Taking her bicycle with her wherever she travelled, Mary Hughes gave open-air addresses, held meetings in many Church and Public Halls. She was the guest speaker at many denominations of
As soon as a rural community was established small stores appeared to cater for the daily needs of the settlers — food and farm necessities would be stocked, household goods,