I'm really surprised that no-one today seems to know that under the pulpit at Baker Hall, Davuilevu, there was a memorial to Rev Thomas Baker. The words in Fijian on the pulpit say so, so the builders/renovators obviously couldn't understand the Fijian language. Everyone in Davuilevu knew this - certainly in the 50s and 60s. It;s not a surprising find at all. Even the Fiji Times editorial ran a piece about the 'discovery' during the renovations. A Fijian should be a consultant to the builders/renovators.
Here are what one journalist wrote: