The Mud Daily Quiz 6
9 4 2020
1 Where was the first steam sawmill in the Rotorua area?
2 Out of the headwaters which stream was water first pumped for Rotorua?
3 The railway ran close to which street south of the central city?
4 Where was the geyser that erupted in 1903 killing three people?
5 What was the name of the guide who was also the captain of the1888-89 ‘New Zealand Natives’ rugby touring team?
6 Sculptor W.H. Feldon sculpted a memorial in the Government Gardens unveil in 1927. What was the name of the memorial?
7 Where is the site of a former transit camp for families waiting for State houses that is now an unused property development?
8 Which lake draws its name from an early ancestor from the Te Arawa canoe who explored the lakes district?
9 What is the name of the volcanic caldera (large volcanic crater formed by a major eruption) that includes Lake Tarawera?
Courtesy of ‘Rotorua People – 1880’s to 1940’s by Peggy (Ford) Allen, ISBN 0-473-03821-8 and
The Mud Daily Quiz 5 Answers
1 Donna Hall
2 Steele Family
4 California Redwoods
5 Rotorua Review
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