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TONGAPORUTU Regatta and Sports 1903

Journal by ngairedith

TONGAPORUTU is a settlement in northern Taranaki, in the North Island of New Zealand. It is located on State Highway 3 at the mouth of the Tongaporutu River, 15 kilometres south of Mokau.
Tongaporutu is well known in New Zealand for its 'Three Sisters' rock formations and its Maori petroglyphs carved into cave rock walls. However, both the Maori rock carvings and the 'Three Sisters formations are constantly being eroded by the Tasman sea


Friday April 3 1903 - TONGAPORUTU REGATTA & SPORTS
PATRONS ...
W. T. JENNINGS Esq. M.H.R
James RATTENBURY, Esq

PRESIDENT ...
A GIBBS Esq

VICE PRESIDENTS Messrs ...
McGUINNESS
W. P. MORPETH
C. N. ROWE
STEWART
R. N. WATSON

HANDICAPPERS Messrs ...
T. HERLIHY
R. O'DONNELL

STARTER ...
H. BAVERSTOCK

JUDGE ..
Mr A. GIBBS

GENERAL COMMITTEE Messrs ...
H. BAVERSTOCK
W. BELLSHAW
BENNETT Brothers
John James CHAPMAN
B. DORIA
A. G. FIRBANK
T. GIBSON
T. HERIHY
A. HUTCHINS
T. J. HUTCHINS
V. JACKSON
W. JONES
E. JULIAN
E. LANG
W. LOVELL
J. McKOY
R. O'DONNELL
M. O'HALLORAN
F. O'SULLIVAN
F. RATTENBURY
J. RATTENBURY
W. SCHMIDT
J. SHEEHY
A. THOMPSON
E. WALSH
T. WATERS



TONGAPORUTU Taranaki

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