|GREYMOUTH EVENING STAR
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GREYMOUTH EVENING STAR. Tuesday. June
Copy of earliest existing paper.
Original printed and published by Montagu Lindsay BROWN, sole proprietor.
Office Waite St. Greymouth, in County of Westland. NZ.
D. GIRDWOOD & CO. Merchants.
KILGOUR, Joseph. manager. Greymouth Tramway
HAMILTON & NICOL. Wine, Spirits, provisions.
CARONO. W.W. Accountant.
WRIGHT. W. Shipping/custom house agent.
Dr. MORICE. Surgeon. late of S.S. Great Britain,
formerly surgeon to Northampton Gen. Hosp. Liverpool eye, ear infirmary.
Birmingham & Guys Hosp. Consultations Greymouth Dispensary, Mawhera
Dr. SMITH. Surgeon & Accoucheur, formerly res.
asst. surgeon to Navau Hosp. Co. Meath. Ire. Consultations Tainui St.
opp. KENNEDY Bros.
GREENWOOD. J. Dentist. Mawhera Quay, above Telegraph
STRIKE & BLACKMORE. Importers, Ale, Porter,
COCKBURN & Co. Saddler/Harness maker. Tainui
WHITE. Joseph. Bootmaker. Mawhera Quay.
ALDRIDGE. T. Bootmaker. removed to new premises,
OBRIEN. M. Bootmakers. Mawhera Quay.
DEARING. H RED HOUSE. Boot manufacturer. Gresson
St. opp. The Camp.
ODONNELL. Isaac. Wanganui Butchery. Mawhera
RAE & HAWORTH. Timber Merchants, cottages to
let. Waite St.
WATSON & WICKES. Boundary Timber Yard. cnr.
Herbert and Boundary St. Agents for Coal Creek Steam Sawmill.
THOMAS & McBEATH. Drapers. Mawhera Quay.
WILLIAMS. H. Fancy bread and biscuit baker. Next
to MIDDLETONS Hotel Mawhera Quay.
JONES . William. Bread, biscuit maker, Confectioner.
McDAVITT. J. Tailor. Mawhera Quay.
REAY. Robert. Merchant Tailor. Boundary St.
ASHTON. Edwin. of Greymouth, and SPROTT. Mark. of
the Hokitika saleyards.reduction of cartage etc., ..deliver goods to
DAVIDSONS Hotel, Stillwater.
FAHEYS Hotel, Teremakau......
FULLERTON. T. Johnson St.
STONE. W. H. Shoeing forge, Greymouth and Cobden.
TRIST. Thomas. Veterinary Surgeon. Werita St.
McGREGOR & CAMPBELL. General Blacksmiths, oldest
TAYLORS Store. Goldsborough.
LAHMAN. H. H. Tobacconist. Albert St.
COOK & SAMPSON. Cabinet makers, undertakers.
BEER. G.W. Cabinet maker. Hardy St. Nelson.
EDWARDS N. & Co. will forward orders.
EVANS. Mrs. Dressmaker. Tainui St.
HURST. John. Sec. Paroa District Road Board.
THOMPSON, SMITH, & BARKLEY. Drapers.
Mr BEISSEL. Hairdresser. (late of City Baths, Dunedin)
Boundary St. near Alliance Hotel.
Mrs BEISSEL. Ladies Hairdresser. Boundary St. two
doors from HAMMOND & DAVIES, grocery store. Private room for ladies.
ALDOUS. G. Haircutting. next to Nonpariel Piehouse.
RHODES Harmonic Hall, this evening, Mr. De. MAUS,
celebrated comic singer, etc.
WHITMORE. H. Cordial manufacturer. Richmond Quay.
BROADBENT. C. Watchmaker, Jeweller, next to Union
SIMMONS . George. Tinsmith. Tainui St.
HOLDER. Charles. Carpenter. cnr. Mackay and Boundary
CRAWFORD.J.T. removed depot to Richmond Quay.
HARLING. C. Tobacconist. Mawhera Quay.
BASCH. J. Importer.
LEVINSKI. A. S. Photographic Artist. Boundary St.
BADGER.F. Painter/paperhanger. between Australasian
& Union Bank.
ATKINSON.F.P. Wholesale leather merchant, (late
DYSONS) Gresson St.
JONES. J. J. Coal delivered.
BRIMBLE. J. Carter and nightwatchman.
PARKINSON. J.W. Booksellers, Stationers. Mawhera
COOPERS . Nelson Dairy. Richmond Quay.
GUINESS. Arthur R. Solicitor. GILMERS Building.
money to lend.
MACLEAN. D. & Co. horses for sale.
WILKIE. James. Cobden.
SKOGLUND & PURCEL. Waterloo House. Dissolution
of Partnership, clearing sale.
HAMILTON. F. Acting Captain. Greymouth Volunteers.
CANNALL. Rev. Wesleyan Minister.
List of Letters detained for postage:
KILDEEF, Thomas. Collingwood. Victoria.
CROOK Miss. Auckland.
SLOANE C. W. Kilmore. Victoria.
Wharf. Mawhera Quay. James MIDDLETON.
Brian Boru. Mawhera Quay. D. SHEEDY.
National. Boundary St. Mrs BURCELL. (late of Dunsian Hotel)
Boundary. Boundary St. Harry HOPE. (late of Star Hotel, Cobden)
Canadian. Richmond Quay. Caroline COCHRANE. (sole proprietess)
Melbourne. opp. Landing Wharf. James JOHNSTON.
Queens. Gresson St. (directly opp. Courthouse) J. C. MOORE.
Cove of Cork. transferred from cnr. Arney and Richmond Quay to Mawhera,
premises formerly occupied by CASSIUS & COMISKEY. George MARTIN. prop.
Masonic. Mawhera Quay. Fred. CLARKE.
Harp of Erin. Mawhera Quay. Patrick FLANNERY.
Macs Royal. Newtownship, Ahaura. (opp. the Camp) D. McKENNA.
United States. cnr. Gresson and Johnson. J. PELLING.
Victoria. & Dancing Saloon. R.B.GOFF.
Alliance. re-opening as dancing saloon by new prop. John McGREGOR. (late
of the Galatea Hotel, Hokitika.) MACAULAYS Quadrille Band.
Shamrock. Revell St. Hokitika. Jacob WAGNER.
Diggers Arms. & Temperance Home. G. PROCTOR.
Ashtons Family Hotel. Richmond Quay. Edwin ASHTON.
Town of Greymouth.
The Crown Grant of these Sections are waiting delivery in the office of
the Commissioner of Crown Lands, Hokitka.
Malcolm FRASER, Commissioner of Crown Lands. May 28. 1869
Grantee: No. of Sections:
ASHTON E. 77, 172, 173, 174.
BELL. R. 36.
BLAKE. J. 169, 170.
BREMOND B. and another. 22.
BROCKLEY. C. and another. 29.
BUTEMENT. Messrs. 66, 67.
COBURN. W. G. 92.
CONSTANTINE. A. 55.
CRAIG. R. 154, 155, 177, 178.
DAVIS. R. B. 52.
DOYLE. D. and another. 56
.EAST. H. 152.
FISHER. J. 33.
FISHER. F. 71.
FORREST. C. 175.
FOXCROFT. T. 18.
GAMBLE. R. 86.
GIBBS. C. and another. 51.
GILLIBRAND. T. 34.
GRIGGS. H. 112.
HART. N. 105.
HEALEY. F. 156, 157.
HILDEBRAND. A. and another. 16.
|HORSINGTON. A. 166, 167.
HOSIE, A. 101.
HUNTER. T. 87.
KENRICK. H. 108, 113, 150.
KERR. A. 65.
KERR. D. 171.
KUHLMAN. H. J. 32.
LEWIS G. and another. 23.
LOW. G. and another. 75.
LYNCH. M. and another. 57.
McKAY. W. 93.
McLACHLAN. D. 37.
MacFARLANE. D. 17.
MARTIN. G. and another. 44.
MOODY. G. and another. 34.
MOORE. J.C. and another. 50
MUNRO. A. 107.
NATHAN. J. E. 38.
NOY. H. 35.
PAUL. J. 27.
POOLE. J. K. and another. 21.
POOLE. R. and another. 54.
PELLING. H. 42.
|POOLE. R. 181.
QUINN. J. 99, 100.
RAPSON. T. 41.
RATTENBURY. J. W. 179.
REVELL. W. H. 168.
RILEY. W. 102.
SALISBURY. J.P. 95.
SIMMONS. G. and another. 25.
SHANNON. R. 69.
SKINNER. R. L. 180.
SMYTH. P.F. 19.
SOUTER. W. 110.
STEWART. G. M. 49.
STRETZ. T. O. E. and another. 31.
TAYLOR. J. 98.
WATSON. T. 74.
WEST. J. 72.
WHITE. G. 89.
WHITMORE. H. 30.
WILLOUGHBY. W. 79.
WILSON. W. 47, 48, 109, 111, 76.
WOOD. W. 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165.
Advertisements and Articles
Wanted: female general servant, apply DAN
To Let: shop adjoining Mr J. McDAVITT,
Tailor, Mawhera Quay.
Tenders required for painting and papering at Cove of
V.R. Canterbury Music Hall, Victoria Hotel
COBBS COACH, will leave JOHNSONS Melbourne
Hotel, for Hokitika
Formation of Company, Stoney Lead.
Mrs GOFF, the landlady of the Victoria hotel, who met with an accident
on the same day, by being thrown from her horse while returning from
the Hoki to the Grey, is also recovering from her injuries, which fortunately
are not so serious as was first supposed.
The Nelson papers report the sudden death of Mr James COOK, of Riwaka,
one of the oldest and first settlers in this province. He came out on
the preliminary expedition in the "Will Watch", which sailed
from Gravesend on 27 April, 1841. and entered the harbour of Nelson
on Nov. 3. of the same year.
A sad accident happened on Sunday last to a young lady, engaged in the
capacity of governess to the family of Mark SPROT esq. of Hokitika.
It appears that while riding with some friends on the Christchurch road
between 4 and 5 oclock on Saturday afternoon her horse ran away
with her. Finding she had no control over the horse and probably losing
her presence of mind she attempted to throw herself out of the saddle,
but her right leg was caught at the ankle, by the horn. and in this
condition she was dragged for some short distance. immediately on the
patient arriving in town she was attended to by Dr. BESWICK, who after
consultation with Dr. RYLEY, had her removed yesterday to a private
room at the Hospital. She was found to have sustained a compound dislocation
of the ankle joint, with fracture of one of the bones of the leg. An
attempt is being made to save the limb, under the new method of treatment,
by carbolic acid, which is thought will be successful, although under
the old method of treatment, amputation would have been necessary at
once, as affording the only reasonable chance of saving the patients
Mr MIDDLETON, who so seriously escaped a watery grave yesterday at the
Teremakau, we are glad to learn, beyond a little stiffness, has quite
recovered from the effects of an accident which so seriously threatened
Specimen of Coke at offices of Messrs. D. MACLEAN &
Gold found at Opuka Gorge, behind Foxs Peak, Canterbury.
Field promising, but snow has driven back the party who made discovery.
Barbara Andrew 2002-2005