The tidal flat top right is quite evident and marks the mouth of the Kaituna River. Over many years the silt build up from this river as a consequence of the continual timber milling, tree stumping and gold mining releasing hillside sediment so that the Pelorus and Kaituna Rivers built up the mudflats in a disastrous fashion right in front of Havelock and the Port. In the foreground can be seen the side views left Commercial Hotel, right the Town Hall, opposite is The Scott's Post Office Hotel, with the stable behind. St Peter's Anglican Church in Lawrence Street is evident on the left and diagonally across from this and partly obscured by the trees, the Public School. It must have been a good windy day for washing as when using zoom one can see a clothes line to the back of the Town Hall and also the section at the back of Scott's Hotel.
Havelock Upper Lucknow Street Looking South