Waikino School

Waikino School

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On 19 October 1923 a man armed with a revolver, a pig knife and sticks of gelignite entered the school in the small mining settlement of Waikino. Robert Reid, the headmaster, tried to reason with the man, John Higgins, a local firewood dealer from Waitawheta, but he was shot by Higgins. Higgins then, after declaring that he was there “for reve...


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