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Saturday 04 Jan 1868
Births A'DEANE : At Ashcott, Ruataniwha, on 31 Dec, wife of John A'DEANE Esq J.P., of a daughter
BIBBY ; At Waipawa, on 1st inst, wife of E. BIBBY, of a daughter.
TRASK : At Napier. on 1st Jan, wife of Henry TRASK, of a daughter
Marriage LEE - POWELL : On 2nd Jan, at St. John's Napier, by Rev. J. TOWNSEND, Richard Egan LEE to Susan Selina, youngest daughter of the late Thomas POWELL of Oxford.
William GOODWIN - Host of the Tavistock - Waipukurau
Births THOMSON : At Clyde School, Wairoa on Dec 29th, wife of Andrew THOMSON, Teacher & Registrar, of a daughter
MARONEY : At Waipawa, on 26 Dec, wife of P. MARONEY, of a daughter.
BRITTEN : At Napier, on 4th inst, wife of William BRITTEN, of a daughter
Death CURLING : at his residence, Te Kopanga, on 3rd inst, Edward Spencer CURLING Esq. Aged 53 years
W. Francis SMITH - Auctioneer - Meanee
Deaths MORTON : At his residence, Napier Hotel, on 7th inst, of apoplexy, Henry Luttrell MORTON. Aged 42 years
MILNE : At the residence of Mr WAGSTAFF, Spit, On 7th inst, the infant of Thomas Malcom & Mary Ann MILNE.
PIMTOT : At Clive, on 10th inst, Peter PIMTOT. Aged 54 years. The funeral will leave his residence at 12 o'clock on Sunday
James A. THORPE - Wairoa
14 Jan 1868
Margaret MORTON - has taken over the running of the Napier Hotel, due to the death of her husband.
A.H. BLAKE - Pastry Cook & Confectioner - Napier
BARNABY : At Napier, on 6th inst, wife of T, BARNABY, of a daughter.
JONES : At Napier, on 13th inst, wife of Sgt. JONES, of a daughter
Marriage BARRY - MOYLAN : At St. Marys Chapel, Napier,
on 10th inst, by the Rev. Father FORREST, John BARRY to Mary MOYLAN, late
of King's County, Ireland
WILLIAMS : At Te Aute, on 13th inst, wife of Rev.S. WILLIAMS, of a daughter
TIFFEN : At Elms Hill, on 16th inst, Mrs Frederick TIFFEN, of a daughter
Marriages MARSH - HOWELL : At Wairoa, on 16th inst, by Rev. Father REIGNIER, Herbert MARSH, late of Buckingham Place, Cork, Ireland to Mary eldest daughter of Edward HOWELL, Napier.
Deaths CAULTON : At Douglas Cottage, barrack Hill, on 14 inst, Guy Stapylton, infant son of S.C. CAULTON. Aged 4 months.
KILGOUR : At Clive, on 16th inst, James Ernest, son of Robert & Margaret KILGOUR.
Medical assessor for Hawkes Bay - Dr. HITCHINGS
TYLEE : At Napier, on 2nd inst, wife of Mr TYLEE, of a son
CARTER : On 22 Jan, wife of J.C. Lambton CARTER Esq, of a daughter.
Marriage O'DONNELL - GLACKIN: At St. Mary's, Napier, by Rev. Father FORREST, Charles O"DONNELL, fourth son of Phillip O'DONNELL, Dungloe, County Donegal, Ireland to Miss. M. GLACKIN, daughter of Mr J. GLACKIN, Dungloe, same county
Death RAMSAY : At Clive, on 19th inst, George Henry, son of James RAMSAY. Aged 15 months,
Crown Grants No Grantee Particulars Block No
GRAY : At, Clyde, Wairoa, on 18th inst, wife of John GRAY, of a son.
WEBBER : At Clyde, Wairoa, on 20th inst, wife of Simon WEBBER, of a daughter
GIBBS : At Napier, on 24 th inst, wife of G.F. GIBBS,
of a daughter
Birth- CAMPBELL- at Kaikora Hotel on 27th Jan, wife of
Neil CAMPBELL of
Death-HERRICK At hr residence Kereru on 26th Jan, Lydia, wife of Jasper L HERRICK Esq., aged 30 years.
Marriage- McHUGH-REID. At St Paul's Presbyterian Church,
on 28th Jan by Rev George MORICE, Mr Francis McHUGH of Liverpool to Joanna,
eldest daughter of Mr D G REID of Foyle St, Londonderry Ireland.
Public Notices and Advertisements
Dr C F FISCHER- Auckland- Homeopathist- Consultations by envelope with enclosure of 1 pound.T M MILNE Tennyson Street Napier.
Acclimatization- H B Branch holding of first meeting
First shearing competition- match held inland district farm of Hon H R RUSSELL Waipukurau on 21st Inst.
ASSISTANT LAW OFFICER- Resignation of Mr Robert HART
Marriages WILLIAMS-BEETHAM on Jan 22nd at St James Church Lower Hutt, by Rev J E HERRING assisted by Rev H W St HILL, James Nelson youngest son of Right Rev W WILLIAMS D C L Bishop of Waiapu, to Mary Margaret 2nd daughter of William BEETHAM Esq., Taita Wellington.
DISBURY-HOLMDEN on 30th January, at St Matthew's Church
Auckland, by Rev. D JONES, Mr George DISBURY of Wellington to Martha,
second daughter of late Henry HOLMDEN Esq.
Birth- GARRY at Havelock on 1st inst., wife of John GARRY of a daughter.
Death- CANNING at Weyhill Andover Hants England on 6th November 1867, Elizabeth relict of the late Davis CANNING Esq., aged 74years.
Resident Magistrates Court Charges of -Lunacy. Mary CAMERON, wife of Duncan CAMERON of Te Aaute committed to gaol as a lunatic.
Richard CLIFTON aged 15, George RABONE aged 15, John BOYD
aged 15, on a charge of stealing from H M Post - containing money and
CLIFTON fully committed for trial- Bail was 20 pounds and two sureties of 20 pound each.
Inquest at Waipawamate upon body of a child 6yrs old- John WILLIAMS, which was found drowned in a creek near the stockade. Boy had gone cray-fishing and had not returned. Verdict "Found Drowned."
Wesleyan Minister Rev J S RISHWORTH expected to arrive overland shortly from Wairarapa where he has been stationed.
Enquiry as to cause of Wreck of ship ECHUNGA.
Races- two horses Arrived by AHURIRI - PROPERTY OF Lieut. JACKSON of the 18th Royal Irish Regt. Named "Abbess and Discretion."
57th Regt. Under the command of Col. WARRE C B on duty
at execution of 3 men. GOULD, ALLEN and LARKIN at Manchester.
Dunedin. Accident occurred today on board the Oamaru Harbor Board's new dredge which is being fitted up at Port Chalmers. A workman named BASIRE now lies in the hospital in an unconscious state.
The Melbourne witnesses gave evidence in the MASSEY case today, identifying Mrs MASSEY as the Mrs ALLEN and Mrs BROWN who sold debentures at Melbourne. Both MASSEY and his wife were fully committed for trial.
Hokitika.- The Ross Gold Mining Company shaft is now down to over 200 feet, and another layer of 6 feet of payable gold has been passed through.
Timaru- The Harbor Board today accepted the Bank of New Zealand's tender for raising the 100,000 pound loan. Mr C W TURNER's tender at 4p 9s 9d per ton was accepted for 2000 tons of cement.
At the R M Court today Patrick RYAN, Mrs RYAN,,,, and Mary RYAN, who were arrested in Melbourne were committed for trial to the Supreme Court on the charge of conspiracy to defraud the creditors of Patrick RYAN, who was also committed for trial for fraudulent bankruptcy.
Papers 22nd Feb
Marriage BROBERG-BOWDEN- at Napier 17th inst by Rev G MORICE, Mr Charles BROBERG to Felicia, eldest daughter of Mr F BOWDEN Puketapu.
Death- LANGLEY at Napier on 20th inst. Annie, infant daughter of John and Mary LANGLEY
Napier Militia- Lieut. John Chapman GEORGE gazetted as Captain from 27th Jan.
Toll gate tenders for erection of toll-gate at TAREHA's Bridge.
Opotoki- Skirmish between settlers and Hau Haus
Notices of Crown Lands Auction Schedules- Town lands at Mahia, Clyde (near Wairoa), Havelock, Porangahau and Waitangi. Hawkes Bay New Zealand.
Samuel GRAHAM and John JOHNSTONE- Partnership dissolved- Witnesses A DAVIDSON and James IRVINE
Birth- HARMER at Te Wairoa Hotel on 21st inst., wife of
Charles HARMER of a son.
The firing for the district Prizes, on the part of the Militia and Napier Volunteers and Mounted Constabulary Force, came off yesterday, at the rifle range on the beach.
Napier Volunteers who took part: NORTHE, CRESSWELL, RENAUF, STUBBS, FIELDER, CLOSE, DINWIDDIE, HASWELL, MORRISON, GREENWELL, BUCHANAN, BAXTER, GARNER, STURM, IRVINE.
Mounted Constabulary: BLAKE, TUKE, READ, PUTNAM, THOMAS, O'ROURKE, McHUGH.
Militia A BLAKE, R WILLIAMS, C VILLERS, CAULTON, J VILLERS, EVANS, KENNEDY, SCOTT, STEVENS, BADLEY, LAMONT, COLLINS, TICEHURST, WILKINSON.
15th Feb 1868
Public Notices John LAWSON 3 b/roomed house for sale Napier.
Edward COLLINS Waipawa- re sale of bricks NAIRN Brothers at Pourere
H J REED Manager of Grange Farm - Clive
J PEACOCK or Matthew HILL- - 500 rams for sale.
Thomas BARLOW owner of Section No 1 Meanee re Fencing- signed Michael HALLASY Napier.
29th Feb 1868
Marriage RYMER-HARVEY at Napier on 27th inst, by Rev G
MORICE, Mr G RYMER of Meanee, to Miss Ann HARVEY of Napier.
MUIR & ROBB Blacksmiths and Wheelrights at Waipawa
Jury List- Objections heard next week.
Tuesday 03 Mar 1868
Birth MANEY : At the Meanee Hotel, on Feb 28, wife of R.D. MANEY, of a daughter.
Marriage RUDMAN - BOYLE : On 29 Feb, at St. Johns the Evangelist, by the Right Rev the Bishop of Waiapu, Henry eldest son of the late Lieut Colonel RUDMAN HM 32nd Regiment to Hannah, daughter of the late James BOYLE, Auckland.
Death LEE : At Napier, on 1st inst, Alphonsus Joseph, son of G. Edmund LEE. Aged 7 months.
A residence for the Right Rev. Bishop of
Waiapu is being erected on Scinde Island, near the dwellings of Mr BEGG
& Mr KINROSS.
Death M'KENZIE : At Ferrintosh, on 10 Nov, Josiah hudson M'KENZIE. Aged 29 years. Late Capt of the ship Montmorency.
Hi Honor, the Superintendent, visited Poverty
Bay and during that visit he concluded an arrangement with the natives
for the purchase of a town site containing 500 or 600 acres on the right
bank of the Turanganui River, for the sum of 2, 000 pounds
Births RICHARDSON : At Napier, on 6th inst, wife of Capt. William Airey RICHARDSON, of a daughter
LOZELL : At Kaikora, on 5th inst, Mrs LOZELL, of a daughter
James GILLIGAN - Clyde - Wairoa
Death MARSHALL : At Meanee, on 13th inst, Matilda Isabella, infant daughter of John MARSHALL. Aged 11 weeks
Charles WEBER - Provincial engineer
The Cleopatra, is laid up having a donkey engine fitted into her, by order of Mr NANCARROW, Marine Surveyor.
George PREECE- Clerk to the Bench - Wairoa
Birth WATTS : At Kaikora, on 19 Mar, wife of E. WATTS, of a daughter
Marriage MASSEY - ROLLO : At St. John's, Napier, on 20 Mar, by the Rev. J. TOWNSEND, John MASSEY of Clive to Jane ROLLO
Joshua CUFF - Solicitor - Napier
Saturday 28 Mar 1868
Birth HUNTER : At Porangahau, on 6th inst, wife of W.H. HUNTER Esq, of a son.
Death IRVINE : At Airlie Mount, Napier, on 26 Mar, Alexander IRVINE Esq. Aged 46 years.
Alexander IRVINE - old & respected colonist of the firm NEWTON & IRVINE & Co.
David M'LEOD - Farmer - Puketapu
Joseph RHODES - Deputy Superintendent - H.B.
Death GILLIES : On 28th inst, at the Hutt, Archibald GILLIES Esq, of Otaria, Wairarapa.
HARDING : At Southhampton, on 3 Jan 1868, Mrs Mary Ann HARDING, relict of the late Thomas HARDING, of Salisbury, Wilts. Aged 78 years.
In Melbourne, an attempt was made on the Duke of Edinburgh's life by a man named H.J. FARRELL. The first bullet hit the Prince in the back about 2 inches from the spine. The bullet travelled and is lodged in the addomen. The second bullet hit a Mr George THORN, in the leg. The wound to the Prince was not mortal.
April 4th 1868
From Hokitika- arrest of Father LARKINS. Fahter McTAGGART preached at Stafford Town on 29th last Sunday.
Mr R BRENTON- appointed by Napier Club Marine Parade Napier- re new clubhouse.
Attempted Assassination of the Prince- His Royal Highness, ALFRED, Duke of Edinburgh.
Mrs Hamilton RUSSELL at Redclyffe- wanted a nurse, housemaid and general servant.
W Francis SMITH - Auctioneer at Meanee Yards.
Birth- ATWARD at Wairoa, 2nd inst, wife of William ATWARD of a daughter.
Sgt. SULLIVAN of Napier Police Force has taken over lease of The Settlers Hotel from John MARSHALL.
William MULHERN application for discharge from Bankruptcy.
A PETERS letter to Editor.
Before S. DEIGHTON Esq., Acting Coroner-
CROWN GRANTS- to the Registrar of Deeds, Hawke's Bay, on the 9th March 1868.
Dec 28 1867
J C Lambton CARTER
Birth- McKENZIE at Tamumu 28th March, wife of Alexander McKENZIE of a daughter.
Death- McKENZIE at Tamumu 21st March, John, son of Alexander McKENZIE 1y 9mths.
Marriage- PARSONS-ROBERTS on 2nd inst., at Springfield, the residence of Mr P DOLBEL, by the Rev John MACMICHAEL, Mr Samuel PARSONS to Miss Ann ROBERTS, both of Napier.
Notice District Court of Hawke's Bay holden at Napier.
John DAVIS, William CORBIN-Dissolution of Partnership-
Mr William NOBLE appointed Sgt. Of Police to replace Mr F SULLIVAN -resigned.
Annual licensing day on Tuesday 21st inst. New applications
Mrs MILLER Shakspeare Road Napier
Letter from Ann ELLIOTT re case DOLBEL v HAHUE
N ATKINS Secretary Manager of H B Steam Boiling Down Co (Ltd)
Toll Bar- TAREHA's Bridge- tender accepted Mr J FERGUSON then wirthdrawn by tenderer, Mr BODDINGTON accepted. Tenders rejected were:- A MUNDY, W DENNETT, J H BOVAIRD, J McINNES, A DALZIELL, J EVANS, A PETERS, H GROOM, T JEFFARES, E COOK.
Page 3- Resident Magistrates Court.
KINROSS V TAREHA- cost of double barrelled shotgun and extras- Judgment by default of 25pounds 8s 10d costs 3 pound 4s.
James WOODLEY- Vagrancy-imprisonment 1 month with hard
Birth LYNDON at Napier on 18th Inst, wife of Edward LYNDON of a son.
Death ESPIE at Newstead Poverty Bay on 4th inst from paralysis,
Mr Robert ESPIE aged 58 years. One of the oldest settlers in Poverty Bay
and was generally respected by all who knew him. His funeral was far more
imposing than any that had been previously taken place in this district.
Being a Volunteer the corpse was preceded by his comrades in full uniform,
and followed by nearly all the settlers in Turanga. The usual volleys
were fired over the Grave.
Local Meeting of shareholders of H B Boiling down Co- Possible soap and candle manufacture.
Letter to the Editor from a Old Countryman- re producing of cheese- very full.
25th, Page 2
2 letters of Tributes- 1 from Bishop, 1 in Maori from Maori friends . In reference to the departure of Rev. W RONALDSON and family from Wellington to take up residence at Clyde- Wairoa.
Attempted suicide at Clive by young Roland Davis ine time carting for Mr DANVERS.
Annual licensing day- 3 new applications refused:- Hans BYGUM, A C HAYMES, W PAGE. Granted:- CURLING, SEALY, TIFFEN, COOPER, SMITH, ANDERSON.
Artesian well sank successfully at Mr John MARSHALL'S
farm Meanee. At a depth (unprecedented) of 178 feet.
Michael COWAN- horses for hire.
Marriage SULLIVAN-DUNOVAN at Napier on 25th inst by Rev. Father FORREST, at the Catholic church. Mr Florence SULLIVAN to Miss Maria Mary Ann Theresa DUNOVAN both of Napier.
Death- PEACOCK at Willowpark Meanee on 28th April, Elizabeth PEACOCK aged 19 years. The funeral will leave residence of her brother Gavin PEACOCK this day at noon.
TAYLOR- at Clyde Hotel Wairoa on 25th inst, Emily Sarah TAYLOR infant daughter of J J TAYLOR aged 6 months.
Crown Land Grant. Page 3
Land Sales. Page 4
Nelson Water Supply- Celebration and completion and opening
of Waterworks. Page 3 2 and 1/2 columns. Opened on 16th April 1868.
The Australia Colonies.
Saturday 02 May 1868
Charles MITCHELL & Thomas KELLY - dissolving their
partnership as Fellmongers - Meanee
Birth JOLL : At Havelock, on 10 April, wife of John JOLL,
of a son
Death LAWSON : At Pakowhai, Te Wairoa, on 1 April, Thomasina, beloved wife of Andrew LAWSON, settler
Wairoa Inquest - Held by S. DEIGHTON Rsq, RM, acting coroner,
on the body of Emily sarah, infant daughter of J.J. TAYLOR on 26 April.
The infant was left in the charge of a girl
Electoral District of Napier
Objector - Registration Officer
District of Napier
Objectors : F.S. ABBOTT - Waipawa
Electoral District - Clive
Electoral District of Clive
Objector- F.S. ABBOTT - Waipawa
If anyone wants any information on their dwellings etc
- only to happy to look it up
Births NAIRN : At Newstead, Pourerere, on 1st inst, wife of Henry NAIRN Esq, of a son
SEYMOUR : At Napier, on 2nd inst, wife of G.L. SEYMOUR, of a son
GILL : At Napier, on 3rd inst, wife of Joseph GILL, of a son
Marriage COTTON - HANSCOMBE : On 26 Apr, at Porangahau, by W.H. HUNTER Esq, Jp, Registrar of Marriages for the district of Porangahau, Daniel COTTON, late of Hitchin , Herts, England to Jane, second daughter of John HANSCOMBE, Cornwall Place, Holloway.
Edwin Nonus SMITH - Sheep Farmer - Te Hakowai
On Tuesday last, the nominatons of a member to represent
Napier in the provincial Council were called T. EDWARDS - proposed by
H. GROON. 2nd T. MORRISON
Stealing from the Post Office
Found in a Dwelling House
James DEMPSEY, charged with stealing one heifer the property
of George SPENCE
Burglary William RICHARDSON - broke into the store of
F.H. DROWER Waipukurau and accused of stealing 8 pounds of silver in the
Post Office Theft
Birth TANNER : At Napier, on 10 th inst, wife of Thomas TANNER esq, of a son
Death GOWING : On 5 Jan, at Nelson Terrace, Lowestoft, James Warden GOWING Esq, late of Aldeby Hall, Norfolk. in his 75th year
16 May 1868
Births WEBER : At Napier, on 15th inst, wife of C.H. WEBER Esq, of a son
SMITH : At Newton House, Elgin, NB, on 26 Jan, wife of H.W.P. SMITH Esq, of a son
The monument in memory of the late mrs BARCLAY, arrived on 12th inst by the Agnes from Sydney. It is a very handsome obelisk of polished Aberdeen Granite, with inscrition in gilt letters. Although the weight was considerable viz 2 and a half tons, it has een landed in excellent condition.
Henry Ritchie Cooper WALLACE & Joseph BROADBENT, Sheepfarmers at Whangara, Poverty Bay- have dissolved their partnership.
John DAVIS - Sheepfarmer - Te Hakowa - wairoa
Births RUSSELL : At Redcliffe, on 14th inst, wife of William RUSSEL Esq, late Capt. 58th 7 14 regiments, of a son
PRICE : At Napier, on 18th inst, wife of Alfred H. PRICE Esq, of a daughter.
Deaths MACFARLANE : On 28 Apr, at his fathers residence, Mt. Eden, Andrew Marshall MACFARLANE, second son of Thomas MACFARLANE Esq. Aged 23 years
CHANNING : At Nelson, on Apr 03, William Edward CHANNING. Aged 14 years.
Neil CAMPBELL - Kaikora Hotel
Birth SUTTON : At Napier, on 21st, wife of F. SUTTON, of a daughter
Marriage KENT - SMITH : At Napier, on 18th inst, by Rev. John HALL, Isaac KENT of Wairoa to Leah, second daughter of Thomas SMITH, Laburnum Cottage, O'Brien's, Tasmania
Death TANNER : At Napier, on 22nd inst, Henry Selwood, second son of Thomas TANNER Esq. Aged 7 years. The funeral will take place at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
J.B. BRAITHWAITE - Manager - Union Bank
On May 6th, Charles GILMORE ( who was overseer for Messrs WALKER & DOUGLAS, Tologa Bay ) was drowned after falling out of his canoe. He was crossing the river from Mr A. REEVES Station.
Tuesday 26 May 1868
Marriage YOUNG - ENRIGHT : On 16 May , at ORR's Restaurant, Wellington, by the Rev. John MOIR, Charles YOUNG to Susannah ENRIGHT
Yesterday, the native chief TAREHA, brought to town, 15
tons of potatoes, as a present to the European inhabitants of Napier
Births NEAGLE : At clive, on 26th inst, wife of Thomas NEAGLE, of a son
BLAKE : At Napier, 27th inst, wife of A.H. BLAKE, prematurely of a son
Marriage TORR - VILLERS : At the Catholic Church, Napier, by the Very Rev. J. FORREST, Joseph Andrew, fourth son of Joseph TORR Esq, of Light Willow Station to Lucind Agatha, fifth daughter of the late Mr VILLER, of Villersdale, Petane
Gwavas CARLYON - Poundkeeper - Gwavas
Govt. Land Sales
June 2nd 1868.
Local Accident- A man named WARRINGTON employed by T TANNER Esq- broke his leg- reins from Dray caught his foot throwing him to ground- sufferer treated by Dr SPENCER- doing well.
Accident at Meanee- Another horse killed- 3 boys riding
their horses jockey fashion, skylarking- collided with Mr HONAN who was
in a spring cart with his wife and 2 children- one
Estate of F DYETT final dividend June 2nd 1868 Adv 501.
Mrs RUDMAN- Opening of a Ladies School to be known as
"The Tennyston House Ladies School"
Rev W RONALDSON a very long letter from Motueka Nelson-re acceptance of post there-explaining his not coming to Wairoa.
Advice the Napier to Waipukurau Telegraph wires to be opened on or about 10th June.
Approximately 6 weeks afterwards Napier to be connected
with Wellington and Middle Island.
Birth KOCH on 27th May at her residence Clyde Road Napier,
wife of Mr A K KOCH of a son
Marriage NORTHE-CRAIG at Napier 30th May, by Rev. John McMICHAEL, William Henry NORTHE, to Lizzie, 4th daughter of Robert CRAIG, Country Antrim Ireland. Home Papers lease copy.
9th June 1868
Death HARRIS at Tapatahi Turanga May 28th, Catherine Mary HARRIS infant daughter of Henry and Annie HARRIS aged 9 months.
FRENCH At Clifton Street Patangata 2nd June, Charles FRENCH Esq.,
Marriage HESLOP-STEEL at Patangata on 4th June at residence
of bride's father Fern Bank Patangata, by the Rev Alexander SHEPHERD,
Mr John HESLOP Esq, farmer Puketapu, to Jane Isabella STEEL, youngest
daughter of Mr Alex STEEL late of Dumphail Morayshire Scotland.
13th June 1868
Local Brass Band about to be established in Napier- Mr COLLINS - Instructor, Capt. WITHERS, Supervisor- 15 members.
Presentation to Mr A H BLAKE No 2 Militia, Medal for district for Prize firing.
EDUCATION ACT SECOND READING
High School at Napier opening on 1st July next- Mr J STABLES
Births JEFFARES at Clive on 13th inst., wife of Mr R JEFFARES of a son.
JACKSON at Napier on 12th June, wife of W JACKSON of a son.
Fire- AT the large house, originally built by Mr. VILLERS, and subsequently forming part of the Royal, but more used recently, as a malt kiln by Mr HARTLEY. The main building was not occupied and the cause is unknown.
One of the first on the sport was Lieut JACKSON, of the
18th Regiment, whose exertions helped materially, to save adjoining property.
23 June 1869- Prize List
Napier Grammar School:-
The following is the list of the boys who obtained prizes.
Second Class.- Latin, Chas TABUTEAU; French, Thomas BEGG; English, Thomas BEGG; Arithmetic, Charles TABUTEAU; Writing, Thomas BEGG.
Third Class.- Latin, Alfred HAMON; French, Richard ROSS; English, W ELLINGHAM; Arithmetic, Charles KENNEDY; Writing, F TUKE; Good conducts, J HALLETT and J HOLDER
Second Class.- English, D LINDSAY; Arithmetic, E WEBER; Writing, S GOLLAN; General improvement, E TANNER.
Third Class.- English, F KENNEDY; Arithmetic, F RICH;
Writing, R G THOMAS; General improvement, J HOLT; good conduct, D LINDSAY..
Birth TORRE at Napier 28th inst., wife of J J TORRE of
J CHEER impounded at Meanee.
Mrs STEWART leaving province- Sale at Sea View Hotel Napier.
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