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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 78



About eighteen miles further along the coast northwards, is Opunake, a thriving little town overlooking a bay where some shipping is carried on, and which is capable of being made an important port. Twenty years ago Opunake was the head-quarters of a considerable force of Armed Constabulary, kept there to keep the Maoris in order. Now it is the market town of the dairying country in the neighbourhood. There are daily coach services between Opunake and Hawera and New Plymouth.