Monday 15 Jan 1877
13 Jan - result from wairoa. Mr CATHERALL
14 Jan - Southern Cross from Mahia. Messrs WATT & WARDROP
D. BLACK - Q.C.E. Dining rooms - Hastings St, Napier
W.A. SHANLY - Jeweller - Tennyson St.
Page 2. Sir Donald M'LEAN has recently died- write up about him by Rev.
Tuesday 16 Jan 1877
Birth CORBIN : At Napier, on 14th inst, wife of
W. CORBIN, of a daughter.
George JAMES - City Terminus Hotel - Napier
G.S. FRASER - Proprietor, Union Hotel- Frasertown
George TOOP - Farndon Hotel
Edward TRESCOTT - Fisherman - Napier
Mr VAUGHAN - Hotel-keeper of the Meanee Hotel.
T,R. SPILLER - Jeweller - Waipawa
H.A. HILL - Kaikora Hotel
J. MACLEOD - Coachbuilder - Hastings St
James JOHNSTONE - Ferry Hotel - Western Spit
H. FORD - Criteron Hotel - Hastings St
GOW & SCRIMGEOUR - Tavistock Hotel - Waipukurau
W.J. CAULTON - West Clive Hotel
H. FLETCHER - Imperial Hotel - Waipawa
J. M. PARKER - Greenmeadows Hotel - Taradale
Ben SMITH - Architect & Building Surveyor - Napier
John YOUNG - Railway Hotel - Port Ahuriri
G. FAULKNOR - Coachbuilder, Wheelwright, Farrier & general Blacksmith
- Hastings St.
M. STONE - Poundkeeper - Wallingford
John NICHOLSON - Poundkeeper - Kaikora
H. WILLIAM - Ironmomger - Hastings St
Wednesday 17 Jan 1877
16 Jan - Southern Cross for Auckland. Mr & Mrs M'VAY. Mr N.P. PLANTE
16 Jan - Manaia for Wairoa. Mr F. SUTTON
16 Jan - Rangatira left Wellington for Napier. Mrs LAWRENCE & child.
Misses ARMSTRONG, SMITH, ALLISON (3). Messrs THRELKELD, CROSS, WILSON,
CARRINGTON. Mr & Mrs SHIELDS. Master THRELKELD.
The tangi is to be held today for Sir Donald M'LEAN
Thursday 18 Jan 1877
17 Jan - Fairy from Wairoa & Mahia. Rev Father REIGNIER. Mr MORRIS
Death GIBBES : At Plymouth, on 04 Nov 1876, Margaretta,
wife of Rev. Dr. GIBBES, Rector of Bradstone, Devon. Aged 62 years.
Due to wet weather the tangi yesterday of Sir Donald M'LEAN
was postponed & will commence today.
Inquest - At the hospital, before Samuel BEGG .Esq, Coroner,
on the body of Susan M'MAHON, whose death resulted from injuries received
, when run over by a train on Tuesday 16th.
Jury : D. E. LINDSAY - Foreman
Peter SMITH - Engine driver
Rees WATKINS - Railway guard
Johanna DEXTER - lived in the Government immigration cottages - was a
neighbour of the deceased
Philemon PALMER - Carter
Charles RAVEN - Master of the Napier Hospital
Dr . ROWBOTTOM
Verdict - The deceased was casually and accidentally run over by a railway
engine in attempting to cross the line and she thereby received such mortal
injuries as to cause her death
four hours after
Friday 19 Jan 1877
Missing Pages - only pg 3 , full of advertising
Saturday 20 Jan 1877
19 Jan - Rangatira for Poverty Bay. Mr & Mrs HOLLIS, Mrs BALFOUR,
Mr & Mrs WALL. Messrs CAULTON, MARGOLIOUTH & SIMPSON
HIRAKA, a native, but best known as the husband of Alice,
died at Waipukurau on Thursday.
George MERRITT - Butcher - West Clive
Thomas MEEHAN - Storekeeper - Napier
Harry Sherwood RUDDOCK - Ironmonger - Napier
Joseph. J. TYE - Auctioneer, Stock & Station Agent - Waipawa
Monday 22 Jan 1877
20 Jan - Mary Ann Hudson from Mohaka. Mr & Mrs SUTHERLAND
& family. Miss BEE. Mr GEMMELL.
21 Jan - Southern Cross from Auckland & Poverty Bay. Messrs OWEn,
MAY, PARKER, O'REGAN, BORZUETSKY, Mr & Mrs HANSEN
20 Jan - Manaia for Wairoa. Messrs BALHARRY, DRANSFIELD, TAYLOR, M'GUIRE,
GRAY. Mr & Mrs FRASER & 25 natives.
20 Jan - Go Ahead for Poverty Bay & Auckland. Mr GIBLIN
21 Jan - Rangatira for Wellington. Capt. & Mrs BAXTER, Mr & Mrs
PARTRIDGE, Mrs FAULKNOR & 2 children, Mrs JONES, Miss MERRITT. Messrs
BEE, STONE, STUART, HART, CAMPBELL & BUCHANAN.
Birth PATTISON : On Nov 7 1876, at Waitangi, Chatham Islands,
wife of H.T. PATTISON Esq.JP, of twins, a son & daughter
Tuesday 23 Jan 1877
Birth COWARD : At Napier, on 17 Jan, Mrs COWARD,
of a son
H.R. HOLDER - only canditate nominated for the vacant
seat in the Napier Municipal Council. He will therefore be elected.
Wednesday 24 Jan 1877
23 Jan - Southern Cross for Auckland. Medames THORNTON & BOWDEN. Misses
THORNTON, CLOSE & BOWDEN. Col. WHITMORE. Messrs THORNTON, WITHERS,
PARFITT & RYMER.
23 Jan - Kiwi for Wellington. Mr & Mrs JOHNSTON, Mrs CAMPBELL, Miss
CAMPBELL, Master CAMPBELL. Messrs MARTIN, SCOBIE, COX, WEIR & BAKER
23 Jan - Jane Douglas for Poverty Bay & Auckland. Mr & Mrs TATHAM,
Mr & Mrs BURNETT. Rev. Mr HARPER
William Thomas & Euphemia LIMBRICK - General Store
- Dickens St.
Francis Travers MORGAN - ledger- keeper - Union Bank
William OATLEY - Plumber
W. John. GRAHAM - Bootmaker - Clive
William BEAGLEY & H. STEEVENS - Bricklayers & Mason's.
Thursday 25 Jan 1877
23 Jan - manaia from Wairoa. Mrs LIGHT, Mrs COUPER. Misses THOMPSON (2).
Misses DOWNES (2). Messrs COUPER & son, DRANSFIELD, DOWNES, THOMPSON,
CATO, BALHARRY, RUDDOCK, MALONEY & HERD
Death LEVY : On 11 Jan, at the residence of his father,
Lambton Quay, Wellington, Henry Aaron, second son of Soloman LEVY. Aged
Robert DUNN, died suddenly on Tuesday at Mr Edgar
COX's place, at Titiokura, 4 miles from Pohui, about 30 miles from Napier
Friday 26 Jan 1877
25 Jan - Rangatira left Wellington for Napier. Medames BEGG, NEILL, NEALE
& RICHARDS. Misses BEGG, COLEMAN, WINDOR, BROWNE & GREY, Mr &
Mrs COBLE. Messrs STEWART, JAMES, WILLIAM & aide
Birth VESTY : At Woodside, Ruataniwha, on 21 Jan, wife
of Matthew VESTY of Hampden, of a daughter
BLYTHE : At Napier, on 25 Jan, wife of W.R. BLYTHE, of
Hartley M'INTIRE - Deputy District Land Registrar of the
Massey HUTCHINSON - Chairman - Puketapu road Board
Alfred LEVY - Chairman - Ormondville Highways District
J. M. STOKES - Chairman - North Ruataniwha Road Dist.
F. SUTTON - Chairman - Clive Road Board
J.N. WILLIAMS - Chairman - Heretaunga Road Board
W. RATHBONE - Chairman - Waipawa Highway Dist
J. L. HERRICk - Chairman - Ruataniwha Centre Road Board
James LYON - Chairman - Kereru & Aorangi Road Board
J. BENNETT - Chairman - Redclyffe Road Board
D. MUNDELL - General Store - Kaikora
R. SOMERVILLE - Hastings Store - Hastings
G. BRADLEY - Saddler & Harnessmaker - Taradale
NEAL & CLOSE - Grocers & Drapers - Hastings St.
F.F. SEALE - Poundkeeper - Peka Peka
James TOD - Chairman - Patangata Highway District
Saturday 27 Jan 1877
26 Jan - Rangatira from Wellington. Mrs LEVI & son. Mrs & Miss
BEGG. Misses BARGROVE, COLEMAN, WINDSOR, VALENTINE & BROWNE. Mr &
Mrs WORDSWORTH, Mrs
NEILL, Mr & Mrs RICKARD, Mr & Mrs JAMES. Messrs HYDE, WALSH, COLLINS,
WILLIAMS, VILLERS, ROBERTSON, STUART & 9 immigrants from the "Himalaya".
26 Jan - Manaia for Wairoa. Mr & Mrs WITTY & family
Henry BODAAN - Accountant -West Clive
Walter CALDWELL - Brewery - West Clive
Monday 29 Jan 1877
27 Jan - Rangatira for Wellington. Mr & Mrs M'DOUGAL & 4 children.
Mr & Mrs HALLETT, Mrs.N. WILLIAMS & 2 children. Mrs TURNER. Misses
MILLER, RUTHERFORD, SUTHERLAND & MURRAY. Hon R. STOKES. Messrs M'LANNAN,
DAVIES, EVANS, CACAH, SULLIVAN, CANT
The frame of the new Town Hall at Waipukurau is now up.
It is situated on the rise to the left of the Tavistock Hotel. The Hall
when finished will cost 1200 pounds. The plans were drawn by Mr M'COLL
of Wellington, Mr REID & Mr M'LEOD are the builders, Mr TRESTRAIL,
clerk of the works. the site was given by Mr. H. R. RUSSELL
Charles P. LOUND - Bandmaster - Napier Brass Band
Arthur POYZER - Publican - Hampden
Tuesday 30 Jan 1877 & Wednesday 31 Jan 1877
Thursday 01 Feb 1877
31 Jan - Rangatira from Wellington. Mr CLAYTON & son, Mr CHRISTINSON.
Misses M'KENZIE, BEALE, DERWENT. Messrs SCOBIE, ROSE (2), COTTER, SIMPSON,
Mr & Mrs MANOY. Messrs M'PHERSON, PEACOCK. Miss MOSS, Mrs MAY, Mrs BROWN.
Misses SMITH, KENNEDY, HITCHINGS, CALDWELL, LOGAN, HARRIS, Mr & Mrs
W.H. SPILLER, Mr CHOUKIEZEE - "Chinese Giant " & attendant
31 Jan - Go Ahead for Poverty Bay & Auckland. Mr & Mrs HELDITCH,
Mr GANNON & 2 natives
Birth WILKIN : At Clive Grange, on 31 Jan, wife of Robert
WILKIN, of a son.
Marriage MANOY - MOSS : on Jan 24, at the Jewish Synagogue,
Wellington, by the Rev. M. D. ISAACS, Abraham MANOY of Napier to Maria
MOSS of Wellington.
Deaths BISHOP : At Hastings on 31 Jan, Arthur Gaisford,
eldest son of Elizabeth & Thomas BISHOP. Aged 9 months.
CARLEY : At the Bank of New Zealand, Opotiki, on 30 Jan,
of typhoid fever, Laura Frances (Sonnie), the third dearly beloved and
affectionate child of Isaac and Lilly CARLEY. Aged 6 and a half years.
- Chinese giant, is in Napier. the giant is described as being the tallest,
broadest and heaviest human being in the world. His height is 7' 9"
and his weight is 29 stone 6lbs.
Friday 02 Feb 1877
Marriage RENOUF - LE MOIGNAN : At Napier, on Feb 1st 1877,
by the Rev. J. S. SMALLEY, Henry RENOUF Esq of Napier to Ann LE MOIGNAN,
widow of the late Charles LE MOIGNAN, of Jersey.
H. MONTEITH - Stock, Land & Estate Agent - Waipukurau
Saturday 03 Feb 1877
01 Feb - Hinemoa for Wellington. Hon. J.D. ORMOND, Mrs ORMOND, family
& servant, Mrs BIRCH, Mr Douglas M'LEAN, Mr G. S. COOPER & Miss
02 Feb - Manaia for Wairoa.Messrs O'SHOUGHASSY, CABLE, BUCHANAN, SHEEHAN,
KNIGHT, WLKER, DUFF, STEELE & Master ORMOND
Death DANVERS : At Farndon, on 01 Feb, Olivia May, infant
daughter of Alfred DANVERS. aged 3 months.
Duncan GAILBRAITH - West Clive Boiling Down & Wool
Councillors of Napier Municipal Council. Messrs LEE, WILLIAMS, SWAN, TUXFORD,
LYNDON, NEAL, VAUTIER & HOLDER
Monday 05 Feb 1877
03 Feb - Rangatira from Gisborne. Mrs BURNETT. Misses BEGG, ROE, LEWIS
& YOUNG. Rev. Father REIGNIER. Messrs BEGG, GLACKEN, THOMSON, LAWRENSON,
BURNETT, GORDON, DOBBIE, BERRY, CAMPION, DAVIES, CHOCKEN. Masters PRIESTLET
(2), HARRIS & 2 prisoners,
03 Feb - Star of the South from Auckland & Poverty Bay. Mr & Mrs
BANKS & 2 children. Miss FRODSHAM, Mr & Mrs THOMAS. Messrs SMITH,
GUTHERIDGE, CHATFIELD, WINTER, BATHAM, ROLLESTON & ROBINSON
03 Feb - Ragatira for Wellington. Mrs STEWART. Misses ARMSTRONG &
REED. Messrs JOSHUA (2), COTTERILL, MENZIES, M'MANN, SHAW, CHRISTISON
Birth FRIBERG : At Waipukurau, on 19 Jan, wife of B.E.
FRIBERG, of a daughter
Marriages SCHOLES - COOPER : On 31 Jan, at All Saints
Church, Taradale, by the Rev. P.C. ANDERSON, John SCHOLES, only son of
Chas. SCHOLES Esq, Clayton House, Wakefield,
Yorkshire, England to Emily Jane, eldest daughter of Alfred COOPER, late
THOMPSON - INGVOLDSEN : On Feb 03, at St. John's Church,
Napier, Frederick William, eldest son of Frederick THOMPSON Esq, Christchurch
to Brunhilde Imilie, youngest daughter of Herr Ingvold INGVOLDSEN, of
Napier, late of Christiana, Norway.
Tuesday 06 Feb 1877
05 Feb - Manaia from Wairoa. Messrs BUCHANAN, SHEEHAN, KNIGHT, PARKER,
PRICE & 14 Armed Constabulary.
Councillors of Wairoa County Council - Messrs BURTON, SMYTH, FLINT &
Wednesday 07 Feb 1877
06 Feb - Star of the South for Wellington. Mr & Mrs MEEHAN & 2
children. Mrs M'LENNAN. Messrs CLAYTON, GUTHERIDGE, HICKS, SMITH, JONES,
DAWSON, LLOYD, JOEL, GLENNIE, MAIMINGS & one celestial.
Births ADAMS : On 7 Oct 1876, at Colaba, Bombay, wife
of John ADAMS Esq ( nee L. CARANDINI ) of a son.
MORLAND : On 12 Oct 1876, at Colaba Point, Bombay, wife
of H. MORLAND Esq (nee F. CARANDINI ) of a son
TUCKER : On 2 Jan , at Sherwood, Ruataniwha, wife of E.
TUCKER, of a daughter
CORBIN : At Napier, on 15 Jan, wife of W. CORBIN, of a
LE QUESNE : On Jan 6, at Napier, wife of J. LE QUESNE,
of a daughter.
ROGERS : On 18 Jan, wife of C. ROGERS, Ohonga, Castlepoint,
of a son.
MACLEAN : At Clyde, Wairoa, on 22 Jan, wife of A.H. MACLEAN,
of a son. Stillborn
WILKIN : At Clive Grange, on Jan 31, wife of Robert WILKIN,
of a son.
Marriages WAITE - ROBOTTOM : On 10 Jan, at the Manse,
Napier, by the Rev. D. SIDEY, William WAITE, Port Ahuriri to Julia, second
daughter of John ROBOTTOM, late of Napier
SHIELD - GLEESON : At St. Marks, Wellington, on 11 Jan,
by the Rev. K. COFFEY, Arthur, third son of Rev. Maunaduke Samuel SHIELD,
Rector of Preston, Rutlandshire, to Kate, eldest daughter of M. L. GLEESON
Esq of Oamaru, Otago
CARLILE - BEGG : At Napier, on 30 Jan, by the Rev. David
SIDEY, William W. CARLILE Esq to Julia Jane, fourth daughter of Samuel
Deaths WOODS : At Kaikora, on 5 Jan, Mr John WOODS
SUTHERLAND : At the Napier Hospital, on 30 Jan, William.K.
SUTHERLAND, late of Dunedin. Aged 26 years
JOHNSTONE : At the Western Spit, on 06 Feb, Agnes the
wife of James JOHNSTONE. Aged 38 years. The funeral will leave the Ferry
Hotel, Western Spit, today at 2 pm
Thursday 08 Feb 1877
07 Feb - Jane Douglas from Auckland & Poverty Bay. Mrs TOWNLEY &
child. Messrs MANN, EVANS, DUNCAN & 15 naives. On the way down landed
Mr SHEPHERD, the contractor for the Portland Island Lighthouse.
Birth REDWARD : At Port Ahuriri, on Feb 7, wife of Thomas
REDWARD, of a daughter.
Friday 09 Feb 1877
08 Feb- Jane Douglas for Poverty Bay. Mrs ANTHONY, Miss PARKINS. Messrs
LEAHY, HUTCHINSON, WALKER & SAMUEL & 4 natives in the saloon
08 Feb - Southern Cross left Gisborne for Napier. Mr REES - solicitor,
Mr J.P. HAMLIN, Mr BLACK & Mr Thos. HUBBARD
07 Feb - Rangatira left Wellington for Napier. Dr & Mrs DE LISLE &
child. Messrs BROWN & GARDINER
The Gisborne sitting of the Land Court at Makaraka is
progressing satisfactorily. The case of the Tuahu Block is concluded.
Napier Election - Vacant seat for the House of Representatives.
Mr KINROSS propossed Henry Stokes TIFFEN. 2nd Mr OLIVER.
J.C. M'VAY propossed Frederick SUTTON. 2nd Mr WELLWOOD.
W. THOMAS propossed by William COLENSO. 2nd T. MOORE
W. VILLERS propossed John BUCHANAN. 2nd B. WARNES
Mr KNIGHT propossed Joseph RHODES. 2nd. Mr BUCHANAN
Mr SHEEHAN propossed Henry Charles WILSON. 2nd Mr SAINSBURY.
Mr WILSON, begged to decline the honour, and his nomination was withdrawn.
The Returning Officer ( R. BEETHAM Esq ) then took a show of hands and
declared that Mr SUTTON had the majority.
SUTTON - 24
BUCHANAN - 23
TIFFEN - 16
RHODES - 5
COLENSO - 3
Mr TIFFEN demanded a poll. The Returning Officer announced it will be
held Thursday next, the 15th inst.
Saturday 10 Feb 1877
08 Feb - southern Cross from Auckland & Poverty Bay. from Auckland.
Mrs O'REGAN. Mrs CONROY. Messrs HOOPER, REES & HAMLIN. From Gisborne.
Mr & Mrs STUBB. Messrs MANN, BLANK & BAKER
At the annual meeting of the residents of the Gisborne
district, Messrs WOON, ADAIR, DUFAUR, ROSS & WARREN were elected the
School Committee for the year.
Monday 12 Feb 1877
09 Feb - Rangatira from Wellington. Dr & Mrs DE LISLE & child
& servant. Mrs WIGAN, Mrs FAULKNOR & 2 children, Mr & Mrs
HALLETT, Mr & Mrs COLE, Miss ALLEN, Miss MERRITT. Messrs STUART, STONE,
GRINDELL, MARIN, HALDANE, GARDNER, COTTERILL, DAWSON, BRAID, BIDDELL,
MATHESON, COOLEY, SEYMOUR & 2 prisoners.
10 Feb - Kiwi from Wellington. Messrs M"LAGGAN & WILLIAMS.
The rainfall of the last days was over 2 inches more thanin
1867. On the 9th it was 6.54, 10th 4.22, 11th 1.94, making together 12.70.
Feb 11 1877 - Flood at Clive- rendering the road between
Mr SUTTON's and West Clive impassable. Mr DYETT's house was fully four
feet under water.
Tuesday 13 Feb 1877
12 Feb - Rangatira for Wellington. Mr & Mrs PERKINS, Miss PERKINS,
Miss DOWD. Messrs STARRICK, SEED, THOMAS, STUBBS, NEWTON (2), MUTLEY,
MOGRIDGE, SELLARS & CLAYTON
13 Feb - Southern Cross for Wellington. Mr & Mrs USON. Messrs FISHER,
BENSON & HANSEN
12 Feb - Wanaka left Lyttleton for Napier. Mrs MEINHERTZHAGEN. Messrs
R. RHODES & S.M. HASSALL
Marriage JOHNSON - OAKLEY : At Sandon, on Feb 8, by the
Rev. A. TOWGOOD, J.T. JOHNSON of Napier to Amelia Mary OAKLEY, second
daughter of J. OAKLEY Esq, Sandon, Rangitikei.
Mr BAKER - Chief Surveyor of the district, recently arrived
Mr BOLD - Acting Engineer- Hawkes Bay County.
Christopher David BERRY - Contractor - Napier Swamp Works
Henry BAGLEY - Carter , residing in Onepoto
Wednesday 14 Feb 1877
13 Feb - Manaia for Wairoa. Messrs WALKER, DUFF, STEELE, TURTON
13 Feb - Kiwi for Wellington. Mrs MURRAY & 4 children, Mr & Mrs
HASTINGS, Miss BEST.
13 Feb - Wanaka left Wellington for Napier. Mrs BIRD. Messrs CRAWFORD,
Among the passengers from Wellington by the Rangatira on Saturday last,
was Dr DE LISLE, who has come to settle in Napier as a Medical Practioner.
Thursday 15 Feb 1877
13 Feb - Wanaka from Wellington. Miss RICH, Mrs BIRCH, Capt. PETHERBRIDGE.
Messrs TODHUNTER, RHODES, HASSAL, SNOW, CRAWFORD & SHEEN
14 Feb - Rangatira left Wellington for Napier. Medames MEINERTZHAGEN,
DRAKE, FREDBURY, Mr FREDBURY & 4 children. Messrs TURTON, ANDERSON,
NEILSON, COLLINS & HEGARTY Troupe
Birth GRAHAM : At Havelock, on 11 Feb, wife of F. GRAHAM
of a daughter
Death DROWER : At Waipukurau, on 12 Feb, Maude Harriet
DROWER. Aged 3 months.
Joseph RHODES has retired from the Election contes
Friday 16 Feb 1877
15 Feb - Rangatira from Wellington. Mrs TUXFORD, Capt & Mrs BAXTER,
Mrs DRAKE, Miss PARSONS, Miss JOHNSTON, Mr & Mrs FREDABERG & 4
children. Mrs HARRISON. Mrs HENNICKE. REv. WILLIAMS. Messrs LUKE, NEILSON,
ROACH, COWELL, COLLINS, ANDERSON, TURTON, BEAVER, AXUP, HEGARTY Troupe
15 Feb - Star of the South left Wellington for Napier. Mrs LORD. Messrs
BACHELDER, LORD, CHASE & GRIFFITHS
G. MAYO - Poundkeeper - Orere
Joseph WITHEROW - Poundkeeper - Wautukai
Charles VILLERS - Poundkeeper - Petane
W. ELLINGHAM - Blacksmith & Farrier - Te Aute
G.C. ELLIS - Chemist - Napier
Saturday 17 Feb 1877
16 Feb - Go Ahead from Auckland. Mrs BRIGHT & 3 children. Col. WHITMORE.
Messrs KELLY, ADAMS & GAILBRAITH
16 Feb - Manaia from Wairoa. Mrs BOYD, Capt SMITH, Capt M'LEAN. Messrs
MIDDLETON, KNIGHT, HOLLANd, G. FLINT, T. CARROLL, T. PARKER, HOOD, GETHIN,
J.W. WITTY, W. ATWARD, HEBBERLEY, WILLIAMS, H. FLINT, AISLABLE, W.F. SHAW,
MOLONEY, SMITH, G. MAYO, ELTON & SMYTH
16 Feb - Rangatira for Poverty Bay. Miss POOLE, Mrs PORTER, Rev. G. WILLIAMS.
Messrs DAVIS, ROBJOHNS, AXUP, IRVINE
Marriage JENSEN - MORTENSEN : At the Trinity Church, on
Feb 16, by the Rev. J. S. SMALLEY, Rasmus Waldemar JENSEN to Maren MORTENSEN,
both of Napier.
Deaths COSGROVE : On Feb 16, at the Provincial Hospital,
Julia COSGROVE. Aged 21 years.
BLACKMORE : On 20 Jan, at the North Shore, Auckland, Grace
T.H., beloved wife of John C. BLACKMORE. Aged 28 years
Monday 19 Feb 1877
18 Feb - Rangatira from Gisborne. Medames ROOT, SHEPHERD, BALFOUR, HOLLIS.
Miss HOLDER. Messrs FERGUSON, HOOD, THOMPSON, M'LEGGAN, NASH, FLOYD, CAULTON
16 Feb - Star of the South for Auckland. Messrs WARDROP, FRASER &
ROBINSON. Capt. PETHERIDGE
18 Feb - Rangatira for Wellington. Mrs CURTIS & 5 children, Mrs BROWN
& 2 children. Messrs WILLIS, WILLIAMS, MORRIN, BUTTER, TURNER, WILLIS,
INGLIS, KNIGHT, M'MAHON (2), BROWN & KENNEDY
List of the Roadmen employed by the Hawkes Bay County
Stationed at the Ngaruroro Bridge - Isaiah LYNN - in charge of that bridge,
the Waitangi bridge and the road to Havelock. Stationed at Meanee Bridge
- T.N. BALDWIN - in charge of the Meanee, Redcliffe & Taradale Roads
Stationed at Havelock. Michael SCANLAN - in charge of the middle road
to DOUGLAS's gate and the road to Paki Paku
Stationed at Taradale - George QUIN
Stationed at Petane . James MARSHALL -in charge of the road to the Kawaka
Stationed at Te Aute - Mr BURGESS - in charge of the main road to Paki
Fred. F. ORMOND - Chairman of the Licensing Bench
Richmond BEETHAM - Judge of the Assessment Court
A.W. ABRAHAMS - Tobacconist in Hastings St- has sold his business to David
Tuesday 20 Feb 1877
Death MCKNIGHT : At Waipukurau, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, on Feb 18
1877, Emily May, the beloved child of ROBERT MCKNIGHT. Aged 9 months.
Newry & Belfast papers please copy.
George WILSON - Bootmaker - Spit
Wednesday 21 Feb 1877
20 Feb - Kiwi from Wellington via the coast. Mrs GUTHRIE, Mr MORECROFT
& Master PIRANI
20 Feb - Jane Douglas from Poverty Bay. Major PITT. Messrs LOCKE, KELLY,
PAGE, SPENCE, BURNAND, GARDNER, KING, 30 excursionists & several natives
Death FLYNN : At Waipawa, on 16 th Feb, John Morris, infant
son of M. FLYNN. Aged 8 weeks.
A Dane, S.T. BECK, took his own life on Sunday morning
last, at his home at Makaretu Reserve
Thursday 22 Feb 1877
20 Feb - Manaia for Wairoa. Mr & Mrs BEE & family. Medames LOPDELL,
SUTHERLAND, HIGGINS, RAMSAY & MOLONEY. Messrs GETHIN, SHAW, FLINT
(2), SMITH, WILLIAMS, HOOD, SUTHERLAND, MOLONEY & M'LEAN
21 Feb - Kiwi for Wellington. Miss WILSON & Mr SHAW
21 Feb - Rangatira from Wellington to Napier. Archdeacon WILLIAMS, Mrs
WILLIAMS, Mr & Mrs DOUGLAS & 2 children. Mrs ELLISON, Miss ELLISON.
Messrs BACK & NEWTON
21 Feb - Wanaka from Auckland to Napier. Mrs WILKINSON & 3 children,
Mrs WALSH. Messrs WALLACE (3), KINGSFORD, SWEETAPPLE, SHARP & ABBOT
Deaths GIBBES : At Napier, on 21 Feb, Henenge Murray,
infant son of Florence Hyde & John Murray GIBBES. Aged 10 weeks
COX : At the County Lunatic Asylum, on 21 Feb, William
COX. Aged 42 years. The funeral will leave the Coote Rd at 9 o'clock this
morning. William COX was
merely being detained for his own safety, as it was deemed better to place
him in the Asylum than in gaol ( a charge of drunkeness). He was a single
man, about 40 years and was very respectably connected
Official Declaration of the Poll - Napier election
Frederick SUTTON - 317
John BUCHANAN - 294
Henry Stokes TIFFEN - 128
William COLENSO - 13
Joseph RHODES - 01
He therefore declared Frederick SUTTON elected to serve in the House of
Representatives as representative of the Napier electoral District.
Friday 23 Feb 1877
22 Feb - star of the South from Auckland via Poverty Bay. Messrs PENN,
EDWARDS, MULCASTER, MILLAR, IRVINE, ROBJOHNS & CHIER
22 Feb - Rangatira from Wellington. Arcdeacon WILLIAMS, Mrs WILLIAMS,
Mr Mrs ELLISON. Mr & Mrs DOUGLAS & 2 children. Mrs SCHIEBLICH
& 3 children. Misses COTTRELL & WILLIAMS. Messrs GREENE (2), SALMOND,
REID, BUTLER, POTTS, HEBBERLEY, N. WILLIAMS, BACK, NEWTON, DEAN, HANSEN
Marriage KNOWLES - O'GORMAN : At Napier, on Feb 22, by
the Rev. J. S. SMALLEY, James KNOWLES to Mary O'GORMAN, both of this town.
An article on pg 2 about the ship "Hurunui" - its voyage to
Messrs GRAHAM & Co have purchased the business of Capt. J. TRIMMER,
at Tolaga Bay.
J. H. SMYTH - General Storekeeper - North Clyde-
Store & dwelling burnt to the ground on Feb 21.
Saturday 24 Feb 1877
Very quiet on the news front.
Monday 26 Feb 1877
23 Feb - Southern Cross from Auckland. Mrs CHURTON & child. Messrs
PARKER, BYRNE, CLARKE, EVANS & HEGARTY Troupe
24 Feb - Wanaka from Auckland via Gisborne. Medames WALSH, WILKINSON &
3 children. Messrs BROWN, BAKER, M'KERROW, SAMUELS, BAINES, HOLDER, ZANDEN
24 Feb - Rangatira for Wellington. Medames BOWDEN, BULL & HARRISON.
Messrs SOTHERN, JONES (5), HOLMES, BUTLER & HARRISON
24 Feb - Wanaka for Wellington & Sthern Ports, Messrs HARRIS, COLLINS
25 Feb - Jane DOUGLAS for Poverty Bay & Auckland. P. BARRIE, J. CAMPBELL
& D. PIRANIe
Tuesday 27 Feb 1877
Birth HARDING : At Mt. Vernon, Waipukurau, wife of R.
HARDING Esq, of a son
Marriage SLUCE - O'CONNELL : At St. Marks, Clive, on Feb
21, by the Rev. W. MARSHALL, George Edgar SLUCE to Mary, eldest daughter
of Patrick O'CONNELL, West Clive
Death MACDONALD : At her parents residence, Taradale,
on Feb 25, after a long illnes, Jessie, the eldest daughter of Alexander
MACDONALD of Taradale.
The friends of Alexander MACDONALD are respectfully invited to follow
the remains of his late daughter, which will leave his residence at 3pm
this afternoon for the Taradale Cemetery.
Wednesday 28 Feb 1877
27 Feb - go Ahead from Auckland via Gisborne & Mahia. Messrs J.G.
WILSON, PAGE & SEYMOUR
28 Feb - Manaia for Wairoa. Mr & Mrs ATWARD & family. Mrs DAVIS,
Mr & Mrs AISLABE. Messrs CARROLL, PARKER, BEE, ROSS, SUTHERLAND, DAVIS,
G. MAYO & WITTY
27 Feb - Rangatira left Wellington for Napier. Mr & Mrs LEVY, Mr &
Mrs RUSSELL,family, governess &servant. Mrs BENDALL, Mrs WORTHINGTON.
Messrs CLIMO, SULLIVAN & PARKER.
27 Feb - Rotorua left Auckland for Sthern Ports. Pass for Napier. Messsrs
HARRIS, MANN, DAVIS, LONG, HELPS, HAMILTON, KILLEY & ROSS
Birth HOADLEY : At Napier, on 26 Feb, wife of C.B. HOADLEY,
of a son.
Marriage MOGRIDGE - BROWN : At Gisborne, on 21 Feb, by
the Rev. W.H. ROOT, John, eldest son of Chas. MOGRIDGE, Napier to Emma
Phoebe, youngest daughter of John BROWN, Wellington.
BEATSON - HARVEY : At Napier, on 23 Feb, by the Rev. J.
PARKIN, John BEATSON of Meanee to Mary Jane HARVEY, daughter of John HARVEY,
of this town.
Thursday 01 Mar 1877
28 Feb - Rangatira from Wellington. Rev. Mr & Mrs BERRY & 3 children.
Mrs BENDALL, Mrs WORTHINGTON. Mrs GASKIN. Mr & Mrs LEVY. Misses LEVY
M'LEAN. Messrs SULLIVAN, CLIMO, M'LEAN, WILLIS, STUBBS, EVANS, PARKER, BRAKES,
BRICKERTON, BROWN, M'DOUGAL, SKELLEY & LEVIN
28 Feb - Rangatira for Poverty Bay. Miss M'CORMICK. Messrs KELLY, BALHARRY,
PHARAZYN, P. DIMWIDDIE, STUBBS, ELGAR & CAULTON.
Birth PARKER : At Napier, on 24 Feb, wife of J. PARKER,
of a son
Marriage NICHOLSON - COOPER : At Trinity Church, Napier,
on Feb 28, by the Rev. J.S. SMALLEY, George NICHOLSON to Rosa Emeline
COOPER, only daughter of Joseph Henry COOPER, of this town
Where Ratepayers could object to the valuations set upon their properties
or where people were being charged rates and they were neither land owners
or rented the land.
Friday 02 Mar 1877
01 Mar - Kiwi from Wellington. Mr CAMERON
01 Mar - Rotorua from Auckland & Sydney. Messrs ROSE, LOWE, HAMILTON
(2), HELPS, HARRIS, MANN, KELLY & DAVIS
28 Feb - Go Ahead for Gisborne & Aucland. Messrs ALEXANDER, CAYLE,
CHICKEN & EVANS
01 Mar - Rotorua for Wellington & Sthern Ports. Messrs KELLY, BENNETT,
DRAKE, WILLIAMS, HASSEL
David Earl LINDSAY
John CLOSE Snr
Saturday 03 Mar 1877
02 Mar - Manaia from Wairoa. Messrs S. BEGG, SMYTHE, M'KINNON & TOHA
02 Mar - Falcon for Newcastle. Messrs RICHARDSON, PRITCHARD & ADAMS
02 Mar - Rangatira for Wellington. Messrs COMMON, AXUP & COWELL
Yesterday, J. TURLEY, offered at auction, leases for 21
years of 11 sections of Harbor Board Reserves.
The following are the lots sold.
Lot 2 - Survey Reserve, Western Spit to James JOHNSTONE.
Lot 9 - Section 608 - reclaimed land on the Eastern Spit. Mr HARRIS
Lot 10 - Section 611 - B. WARNES
Lot 11 - Section 612 - B. WARNES
We hear that the road to Taupo will be finished for wheeled
traffic on and after Tuesday next. Coaches will then run as usual, with
George HOBBS the driver.
It is intended to take proceedings against every hotelkeeper
in the municipality who does not keep a light burning outside his licensed
premises during the hours from sunset to sunrise
Monday 05 Mar 1877
04 Mar - Jane Douglas from Poverty Bay. EMMET Troupe
03 Mar - Maggie for Newcastle. Mrs PULMAN & son. Mrs DROOD
04 Mar - Schiehallion for London. Messrs M'NICOL & PREBBLE
The "Maggie", will not return to this port as
her owner, Mr VAUTIER, has disposed of her and she will be replaced by
the "Silver Cloud."
Inquest - Into the fire at Mr SMYTH's Store, Wairoa, was held at Sargent's
Hotel, Wairoa, on Friday 23 ult, before F.F. ORMOND and the following
J. H. WILLIAMS ( Foreman)
- Fire originated in the loft, but how or what manner there was no evidence
before the jury
Tuesday 06 Mar 1877
05 Mar - Star of the South for Auckland. BATCHELDER Troupe (6). Mr &
Mrs LOGAN. Messrs CHASE, GELFERT & BOWDEN
Birth LEE : On 5 Mar, at Sea Point, Napier, wife of G.
edmund LEE Esq, of a daughter
Deaths CLEARY : At Napier, on 4 Mar, James CLEARY. Aged
23 years. The funeral will leave the house of Mr ANDERSON, Contractor,
Carlyle St, at 3 o'clock this afternoon
CARR : At Shakespeare Rd, Napier, on 5 Mar, William CARR.
Aged 37 years
EVANS : On the 5 Mar, at Hengaston, Pukahu, Ada, daughter
of F.J. EVANS. Aged 6 months.
MORLEY : At Napier, on 5 Mar, George Frederick MORLEY.
Aged 45 years.
Inquest - At the Exchange Hotel, before Dr HITCHINGS,
Coroner, touching ther death of James CLEARY, who was drowned while bathing
in the Tutaekuri River, on Sunday afternoon
William DENNETT ( Foreman)
John Luck CLEARY
Fergus CLEARY - Brother to the deceased
Verdict - Accidentally drowned while bathing.
Gavin PEACOCK - Inspector of Slaughter Houses
John HAGUE - Butcher - Havelock
Wednesday 07 Mar 1877
Wairoa : Mr. H. CABLE, G. BURTON, Dr ORMOND - Commissioners Peter EBERLE
- license for a hotel to be called the Frasertown , at Te
Kapu - Refused
Christopher GRAY - Gray Border Hotel, Te Kapu - is to be cancelled at
the next sitting unless the house is better conducted.
POYSER - Hampden, for a new license- refused
Districts of Napier & Petane
Commissioners - R. BEETHAM (Chair), The Mayor,R. STUART Esq & Joseph
Samuel GREER - license for a hotel in Shakespeare Rd.
Levi WHITE - ditto
Both were declined.
Thursday 08 Mar 1877
07 Mar - Rangatira from Wellington. Mrs WILLIAMS & child. Mr M'GILL.
Messrs ELDER, BENNETT, BANNE, PETERSEN, GRIFFITHS, MORRIS, DRYSDALE, WILLIAMS
07 Mar - Manaia from wairoa. Mrs CUMMINS & child. Mr C. GREY
07 Mar - Southern Cross for Poverty Bay. Mr SEYMOUR
07 Mar - Wanaka left Wellington for Napier. Messrs CARRINGTON. M'PHERSON.
DAVIES. GILL,WHITNEY. Misses DAVIES & GILL
Friday 09 Mar 1877
08 Mar - Kiwi from Wellington via Castle Point. Mr CAMERON
08 Mar - Wanaka from Wellington & Sthern Ports. Mrs CHARLTON. Miss
DAVIES. Messrs M'PHERSON, DAVIS, WHITNEY, SELLAR & CAMPBELL
08 Mar - Rangatira for Wellington. Mrs BURTON, Mr & Mrs MATTHEWS,
Miss MATTHEWS (2),Messrs LEVIEN, DAVIS, MARTIN, CRAIG, GRIERSON &
08 Mar - Wanaka for Poverty Bay, Tauranga & Auckland. Mr & Mrs
A. WATT, Mr & Mrs CLARK, Mr & Mrs NAIRN, infant & servant.
Miss ROSE, Miss CARLYON, Mrs SWAN & child, Miss STUART. rev. R. BURROWS.
Messrs DALLEY, MURRAY, RHODES, MEINERTZHAGEN, BROWN, Augustus WOOD, RHODES,
COOPER, BROWN & BAKER
08 Mar - Jane Douglas for Gisborne & Auckland. EMMET Troupe.
Many of the passengers booked on the
"Wanaka" for Auckland - were booked for San Francisco.
Deaths CHAPPEL : At Napier, on Mar 8, Elizabeth Jane Maude
CHAPPEL. Aged 5 weeks.
TRACEY : At Napier on Mar 8, Julia Mary Isabella, beloved
child of John & Sarah Jane TRACEY. Aged 9 months
Mr & Mrs C. NAIRN took their departure in the "Wanaka"
yesterday, on their way to Great Britain
George CAPSTICK - Clerk for the Tokomairiro Road Board
Charles Henry NASH & William Edward DAVIES - Painters & Paperhangers
of Waipukurau and Palmerston- have dissolved their partnership.
Saturday 10 Mar 1877
Monday 12 Mar 1877
11 Jan- Manaia from Wairoa. Messrs REES, SHEEHAN, WITTY, LINDSAY, SMITH,
SUTTON, PULFORD, JACOBS, M'MURRAY & Napier Eleven
11 Jan - Rangatira left Wellington for Napier. Messrs MOTLEY, GLYN, Mr
& Mrs ATLANTI.
Births ANDERSON : At All Saints Parsonage, Taradale, on
Mar 11, wife of Rev. P.C. ANDERSON, of a son
BOYD ; At Wairoaiti, on Mar 04,wife of James BOYD, of
Death BOYD : At Wairoaiti, on Mar 02,the beloved daughter
of James & Margaret BOYD. Aged 4 years. Deeply regretted
Tuesday 13 Mar 1877
Births MOULDER : At Milbourne Valley, Kaikora, on Mar
06, wife of James MOULDER, of a daughter
BALDWIN : At Waitangi, on Mar 12, wife of M. BALDWIN,
of a daughter.
Archdeacon WILLIAMS and his family leave for their new
residence in Gisborne, today.
A man names GREGSON, was drowned at the Spit on 23 Feb.
Assessment Court - Clive
James. B. HOLLIS
Wednesday 14 Mar 1877
12 Mar - Rangatira from Wellington. Mr & Mrs A.H. RUSSELL, governess,
servant & family. Mr & Mrs MORTON & family. Madame & Mdlle
ALANTI, Hon. J. JOHNSTON. Messrs MOGRIDGE, MOTLEY, GLYN, ROY, MOORE, HAYNES,
HARRIS & NEILSON
Births HAMLIN : At Napier on Mar 10, wife of J.P. HAMLIN
Esq, of a daughter
STURM : At Napier on Mar 12, wife of R.C. STURM, of a
Marriage CAMPBELL - WALMSLEY : At Wanganui, on Mar 08,
by the Rev. J. TREADWELL, James Stevenson CAMPBELL to Mary Jane WALMSLEY.
Death STURM : At Napier on 13 Mar, Esther Annie Mary,
infant daughter of R.C. & Jane STURM.
Thursday 15 Mar 1877
14 Mar - Rangatira for Poverty Bay. Archdeacon WILLIAMS, Mrs WILLIAMS
& family (4). Mrs WILSON & child. Messrs GRIFFITHS, BROWN, HAMILTON,
M'KENZIE & G & J. LEMON
15 Mar - Manaia for Wairoa. Mrs BOYD, Mrs O'SHAUGHNESSY & family (4).
Messrs COLENSO & SIMON.
14 Mar - Wanaka left Auckland for Napier. Messrs WHITAKER, RUDDOCK, HAMLIN,
POWDETT, WRIGHT & COX.
Death FELGATE : At the Napier Hospital on 14 Mar, John
Charles FELGATE. Aged 60 years.
Malcom BANKS - Stock & Station Agent - Napier
Mail - Dec 22 1876 - Death is recorded of Eliza Ann HOBSON, widow of the
late Capt. HOBSON. Governor of New Zealand.
Friday 16 Mar 1877
14 Mar - hinemoa for Hokianga - Mr OTTOWAY
Saturday 17 Mar 1877
15 Mar - Fairy from Poverty Bay & Mahia. Mr TAYLOR
16 Mar - Rangatira from Poverty Bay. Medames WALL, HOOd, WINTER, ANTHONY.
Misses PAKU & MATAROA. Messrs WALL, HAGUE, PILCHER, CLARK, ROACH,
GRIFFITHS, M'KINNON, M'NAMARA, WARD, WINTER, WHITAKER, JOHNSTON, MANLEY,
THELWALL, WALSH, PARSONS, SUNDERLAND & POYNTER
16 Mar - Kiwi from Wellington via Castle Point. Messrs RUNDLE, DENTON
16 Mar - Rangatira for Wellington. Medames BOWERMAN & BUTLER. Mr &
Mrs KING & family (5), Miss MURRAY, Messrs GRIFFITHS, SKELLY, ROACH,
BOSWELL & KINGSFORD
16 Mar - Kiwi for Wellington via Castle Point. Mr M'FARLANE
16 Mar - Manaia for Wairoa. Messrs BOYD, GREER & THOMPSON
Births BENNETT : At Gisborne, on Mar 08, wife of C.D.
BENNETT, of a daughter.
BICKERTON : At Waipawa on Mar 13, wife of L.D. BICKERTON,
of a son
Monday 19 Mar 1877
17 Mar - Wanaka from Poverty Bay & Auckland. Miss BOURKE, Messrs JOHNSTONE,
WILSON, WEBB, HUTCHINSON, MORRISON, HUME, BERRY, BEDOWELL, FRASER, BEETHAM
(2), SIMPSON, FITZROY, BEST, M'KENZIE, ORO, HUSKER, WRIGHT, RUDDOCK, POWRETT
17 Mar - Manaia from Wairoa. Miss MARTIN. Messrs EBERLEY, RICHARDSON,
HOLLAND, ADAMS & RAY.
18 Mar - Hinemoa from Wellington. Hon. Dr. POLLEN
17 Mar - Wanaka for Wellington. rev. S. ROBINSON, Mrs ROBINSON , child
& servant. Mrs M.R. MILLER & Master MILLER. Medames ROBERT, JACOBS
& WORTHINGTON, Mr Mrs NORTHEY, Messrs BLYTHE, COMMON, D. M'LEAN, JACOBS,
BAYNE, MURRAY, HANDANE & KENNEDY.
Birth MITCHELL : At lighthouse Rd, on Mar 16, Mrs G.B.
MITHCHELL, of a son.
Alfred WALKER - Shamrock Hotel - Gisborne
Tuesday 20 Mar 1877
19 Mar - Rangatira left Wellington for Napier. Mr & Mrs STUART, Mr
& Mrs WARE. Messrs SOUTHERN & FLOYD
Mr T. L. WILIAMS of Napier, is one of the prize takers
in this years Victoria Art Union. The prize - 10 pounds 10 shiilings.
Jane WATSON - Housekeeper - Commercial Hotel
John KELLY - Waiter - Commercial Hotel
John SCOTT - Cook - Commercial Hotel
Wednesday 21 Mar 1877
20 Mar - Fernglen from London with immigrants. Mr J. CUNNINGHAM
20 Mar - Pretty Jane from Auckland & Povert Bay. Mrs WARN. Messrs
PAGE & C. THOMAS
16 Mar - Rangatira from Wellington. Mr & Mrs R. STUART, Mrs LUKE &
family. Messrs FLOYD, MILLAR, SOUTHERN & BRITTEN
20 Mar - Southern Cross for Wellington & Lyttleton. Mr EBERLE
20 Mar - Pretty Jane for Poverty Bay & Auckland. Messrs BAKER, REAY,
D. ROSS, WHITE, J.S.WEBB, PAGE, POYNTER & FLOOD
Births FOX : At Gore Brown Barracks, on Mar 16, Mrs F.
FOX, of a son.
M'KENZIE : At Port Ahuriri, on 17 Mar, wife of J.A. M'KENZIE,
of a daughter
Stephen HOOPER - Tobacconist & Hairdresser - Napier
George Edward FUZZARD - Furniture Shop - Hastings St.
Robert WALSH - Hairdresser - hastings St.
Thursday 22 Mar 1877
Births HORNE : At Mt. Erin Station, Havelock, on Mar 18,
Mrs Thomas HORNE, of a son.
WHITE : At Kaikora, on 20 Mar, Mrs WHITE, of a son
A. M'CARTHEY - has taken over the Greenmeadows Hotel,
Taradale, lately occupied by J. PARKER.
Friday 23 Mar 1877
22 Mar - Kiwi from Wellington & Castle Point. D.M'LEAN
22 Mar - Fairy for Pourerere. Mr STUART
22 Mar - Rangatira for Gisborne. Mrs RATHBONE. Miss ELLIOTT, Messrs MANN,
PARSONS, WINTER, WHITAKER, JOHNSON, SUNDERLAND, NASH, THELWELL, GREEN,
WARD, POYNTER, LEECH, FANNIN, WHITAKER, THOMAS, BARRY. Masters WILLIAMS
22 Mar - Manaia for Wairoa. Messrs COLEMAN, FRASER, M'KAY, BRANDON &
Saturday 24 Mar 1877
23 Mar - Kiwi for Wellington via Pourerere. Messrs CLARKE, MOORE, HEZLETT,
O'NEAL, SPENCE & NEWMAN
Death BETHEL : At the Napier Hospital, on 23 Mar, Harry
BETHEL. Aged 25 years. The funeral will leave his brothers residence,
Havelock, at 2pm this day.
Assessment Court - Ormondville
A meeting was held on 22nd inst, of the subscribers to the Hospital Fund
and of persons interested in the projected institution.
The following men who have taken an interst in the subject are to be appointed
a committee, with power to add to their number.
Rev. SHEARMAN - Waipukurau
Rev. FRASER - Ditto
John MACKERSEY - Lake Station
David HUNTER - Porangahau
Sydney JOHNSTON - Ruataniwha
Major BELL - Cape Turnagain
Rechab HARDING - Mt. Vernon
Ashton ST. HILL - Wangaehu
Alexander GRANT -Ruataniwha
David FLEMING - Boar Hills
Dr. FROOD - Waipukurau
G.F. BUTT - Ditto
F. H. DROWER - Ditto
John MATTHEWS - Hampden
Gordon SAXBY - Te Kopanga
John BUCHANAN - over by Patangata
John PALMER - Waipukurau
John WHITE - Porangahau
Peter GOW - Waipukurau
John NICHOLSON - Kaikora
Richard TRESTRAIL - Waipukurau
H.J. BAKER - Waipawa
Mr M'LEOD - Waipukurau
Joseph HERBERT - Wainui
W.C. SMITH - Waipukurau
Edward WATTS - Kaikora
John STEVENS - Ditto
J.J. TYE - Waipawa
H.R. RUSSELL - Waipukurau
Monday 26 Mar 1877
24 Mar - Jane Douglas from Poverty Bay & Auckland. Mrs & Miss
M'VAY. Messrs M'VAY, MORRIS, MURRAY & Hirini HURUNE.
24 Mar - Rangatira from Poverty Bay. Misses COLLINS (2). Messrs CAMPION,
FLOOD, FINNON, HARRIS, SELBY & M'BAIN
24 Mar - Rangatirafor Wellington. Messrs PARKER, HUNTLEY, BISSETT, SAMUELS,
M'MULLEN & WHEELER
Birth HILL : On Mar 22, wife of H. A. HILL, Kaikora, of
Death ASHFORTH : On 24 Mar, at Clive Sq, after a long
and painful illness, William Henry ASHFORTH, Manager Te Aute Sawmills.
Aged 52 years
Tuesday 27 Mar 1877
26 Mar - Hinemoa for Wellington. Hon. Dr. POLLEN (Native Minister) &
26 Mar - Rangatira left Wellington for Napier. Messrs MARTIN, CURTIS &
Births DENNAN : At Barrack Hill, Napier, on 22 Mar, wife
of J.J. DENNAN, of a daughter
BENDALL : At Napier, on 23 Mar, Mrs W. BENDALL, of a son
COSGROVE : At Milton Rd, Napier, on 25 Mar, wife of J.
COSGROVE, of a son
Death DENNAN : At Barrack Hill, Napier, on Mar 26, the
eldest son of J.J. & M.A.J. DENNAN. Aged 14 years. The funeral will
leave the fathers residence this afternoon at 4 o'clock.
M.R. MILLER - reports the sale of the Tutira run, 20,000
acres leasehold, 19 years to run. Rent 150 pounds, with 4,000 sheep to
Messrs STUART & MERRITT for 4,000 pounds.
Henry NEAL - hairdressr - Emerson St.
The late rains at Nuhaka have played great havoc. The
river rose 20 feet in one hour. The cultivations were completely covered
and a deposit of 10 foot of silt left on them. A large half made canoe,
that had been commenced by Ihaka WHANGA's Grandfather, was brought down
the river and landed near Nuhaka Pa.
Wairoa - Walter BLACK - a Publican and our local Postmaster, has been
sentenced to two months imprisonment, for assaulting E. B. BENDALL.
Wairoa - From our own correspondent -Clyde - Mar 24 1877
There is very little news to send you from this part of the country just
at present, but if an earthquake or sudden rise in trade occurs we shall
let you know.
Wednesday 28 Mar 1877
27 Mar - Jane Douglas from Mahia. Passengers. Capt. PETERSON & crew
of the Clyde
27 Mar - Star of the South from Auckland. Messrs F. JACOBS, LYSTER, CAMERON,
CREAMER, J.G. THOMAS, AMBROSE, CARNISH, ELLIS, MARDEMONT, Mrs WATERWORTH
27 Mar - Rotorua left Auckland for Napier. Mr & Mrs EVANS. Miss PARKES.
Messrs MORRIN & WHITE
27 Mar - Wanaka left Wellington for Napier. Mrs FLOYD, Mr & Mrs DOUGLAS.
Miss WILSON & Mrs PHARAZYN
Death CROSS : At Napier on 24 Mar, George Hedley CROSS,
son of G.T. CROSS. Aged 2 years & 2 months
Thursday 29 Mar 1877
27 Mar - Rangatira from Wellington. Mr & Mrs MARTIN, Mr & Mrs
HAINES. Messrs CAMERON & KINGSFORD.
28 Mar - Rangatira for Wellington. Mr & Mrs TUFF & 2 children.
Mrs LEWIS. Messrs GOLDEN, SOUTHERN, BROWN & 1 prisoner
28 Mar - Jane Douglas for Poverty Bay & Auckland. Mr. J. O'BRIEN
28 Mar - Kiwi left Wellington for Napier. Messrs M'GREGOR, GLOVER. Miss
Friday 30 Mar 1877
29 Mar - Rotorua from Sydney via Auckland. Misses PARKES (2), Mrs EVANS.
Messrs HEWITT, WHITE, EVANS, STUDHOLME, MERRAN, COATES, HEWITT
29 Mar - Wanaka from Wellington & Dunedin. Miss COTTERILL. Medames
PHARAZYNE, WILLIAMS, DOUGLAS & servant. Messrs REN, DOUGLAS, MACINTOSH,
BLYTHE, WILLIAMS & LANNON
29 Mar - Wanaka for Poverty Bay, Tauranga & Auckland. Mrs E.H. KING
& 2 children. Misses JOHNSTON (2). Messrs BEWLEY, P.BOURKE, HUTCHINSON,
M'KAIG, RUNDLE, FLOYD, MACFARLANE, R. SKEET, REES MHR.
29 Mar - Rotorua for Wellington. Mrs NEWMAN. Mrs M'HARDY & Master
M'HARDY. Mrs FISHER & Miss FISHER. Misses CARLYON & GOUDY. Messrs
M'KENZIE, P. HARRIS, COSTELLI, CALBUTT, J.A. WILSON. Hon F.C. CALDWELL
29 Mar - Star of the South for Auckland & Gisborne. Mr
& Mrs COWAN & 3 children. Messrs MILLS & CUNNINGHAM
Birth ELLINGHAM :At Whittlewood, Ruataniwha, on Mar 24,
wife of Thomas ELLINGHAM, of a son
Death PETHRICK : At Kaikora, on Mar 27, Richard, infant
son of George PETHERICK. Aged 1 year & 8 months.
Today, being Good Friday, the Herald will not be published
on Saturday. James FIELD of the S.S. Sir Donald was drowned off the Mangakuri,
last Wednesday. They were loading cargo ashore in a boat when a wave capsized
the boat. The body has not been found.
The Native Land Court will sit at Waipawa on 12 April rehearing the claim
of Atareta TAUPE.
George BEETHAM, a brother of our Resident Magistrate has concluded negotiations
for the lease of Te Apiti & Kanakau Blocks, adjoining Mr MEINERTZHAGEN's
Run on the coast. Mr FITZROY MHR is said to be a partner with Mr BEETHAM
in this speculation
Monday 02 April 1877
31 Mar - Kiwi from Wellington. Messrs WEIR, M'GREGOR, J. GLOVER, J. WOOD,BARRY
01 Apr - Pretty Jane from Poverty Bay. Miss M'LENNAN, Capt. BAXTER. Messrs
HART, M'LENNAN, SNEDDEN, BROWN, KING, INGRAM, P. BOURKE, MOULDS, BROUCH,
PAGE & MASMITH
Touching the death of James FIELD.
Inquiry held by J.M. TABUTEAU Esq - Collector of Customs
The deceased and others were in a boat loading wool back to the Sir Donald
when they were hit by a roller, capsizing the boat. the deceased was drowned.
James WATSON - Master - Sir Donald
John FRASER - Fireman - Sir Donald
Neal HUDSON - Cook - Sir Donald
Verdict : Crew and Capt of the Sir Donald were exonerated from all blame
Deaths JOHNSTON : At Napier Hospital, on 30 Mar, John
JOHNSTON. Aged 46 years
M'MICHAEL - On Feb 05, at Walsh St, Sth Yarra, Melbourne, the Rev. John
M'MICHAEL, Presbyterian Minister, late of Belfast, Victoria & N.Z.
Aged 64 years
Tuesday 03 Apr 1877
2 Apr - Rangatira from Wellington. Miss CARTER. Messrs COMMON, COWIE,
LENNIE, ROSKRUGE,HUNTER & SALMON
Births STACEY : At Te Kapu, Wairoa County, on 13 Feb,
wife of Stephen STACEY, of a son
HARMER : At Clyde, Wairoa County, on 29 Mar, wife of C.
HARMER, Wairoa Hotel, of a son
Deaths WATTS : At Auckland on 27 Mar, John Ross WATTS,
late Sub - Inspector of N.Z. Armed Constabulary,. Aged 39 years
WILLIAMS : At Clyde, Wairoa, on 30 Mar, Thomas , youngest
child of Herbert WILLIAMS. Aged 17 months
MOULDER : At Millbourne Valley, on 29 Mar, Mary Jane,
infant daughter of James & Elizabeth MOULDER. Aged 3 weeks
Wednesday 04 april 1877
03 Apr - Manaia from Wairoa. Mr & Mrs LOPDELL, Mrs TAYLOR, Mrs GARRY
& child, Mr POCOCK, two of the A.C. & 5 natives
03 Apr - Kiwi for Wellington. Messrs CHANDLERS. E. MONDS & ISAACS
&10 natives for castle point
Births TOWGOOD : At Barrack Hill, on April 02, Mrs Edward
TOWGOOD, of a daughter.
Rev J.S. SMALLEY has left Napier for Christchurch, as
his three year appointment has expired. Rev. Joseph BERRY of Christchurch,
is appointed to suceed him.
Mr PRITCHARD - Station Master - Waipawa
Friday 06 April 1877
05 Apr - Rangatira from Poverty Bay. Messrs MOORHOUSE, MAHON, HAMLIN,
RUNDLE, CAMERON & Inspector SCULLY
05 Apr - Rangatira for Wellington. Miss HIGGINS, Rev HARPER, Dr. COOPER.
Messrs T. WILLIAMS, COUTTS, MOORCRAFT, TAYLOR, MILOY, PARKER, HARDING,
DRUNIN, WILLIAMS, HANSEN & MARTIN
05 Apr - Manaia for Wairoa. Mrs TAYLOR, Mrs ANDERSON, Mr M'MURRAY
A leading native native at Waihirere Pa - Wairoa, ANANIA,
Charles BUTLER jnr - Poundkeeper - Taradale
Mr WITTY - Hop grower - Wairoa
Saturday 07 April 1877
06 Apr - Wanaka from Auckland, Tauranga & Gisborne. Medames CAULTON,
SWAN. Miss STUART. Messrs SHIPTON & COLLIS
06 Apr - Kiwi left Wellington for Napier. Mr & Mrs TORRE & family.
Marriage CULLEN - LINCOLN : At St. John's, Napier, on
03 April, by Rev. J. TOWNSEND, John Crowhurst CULLEN to sarah LINCOLN,
both of Napier
The number of writs issued in native land matters up to
last Thursday was 21.
Against Frederick SUTTON, there were 8 : Hahararu TOI, Ahipene TE RURU,
Reko MANGAONUKU, Hohepu TE RINGANOHU, Rota POREHUA, Urupere PUHARA, Rota
POREHUA & Hohani WAIKATO.
Against John Gibson KINROSS,
there were 11 ; Ahipene TE PURU, Meihana TAKIHI, Te WAIHIKU, Ihaka KAPO,
Rora NONOI & Wi RANGI ( her husband, Reihana Te IHATOHI ) , TE HAPUKU,
Pera WHERARO, Hene IPAKITEA, Paramina ONE ONE & Karaitiana TAKAMOANA.
Against Thomas Kennedy NEWTON : Enoka TE RUA, Erute WHAHARUAMOKO, Aharetu
MUNGA MUNGA & Hira Te RAUPARIHU
Against William & Henry PARKER : Te Waka KAWATINI.
Thursday 15 April 1877
04 Apr - Go Ahead from Auckland & Gisborne. Messrs STUBB & LEAHY
04 Apr - Go Ahead for Poverty Bay & Auckland. Mr & Mrs CLOUD.
Messrs INGRAM, J. NORTHE
04 Apr - Rangatira for Poverty Bay. Chicago Minstrels, Inspector SCULLY,
Messrs MOORHOUSE & NAISMITH
04 Apr - Wanaka left Auckland for Napier. Medames CAULTON, SWAN. Miss
STUART. Messrs SHIPTON & COLLIS
Marriage GARDINER - HUTCHIN : At Napier, on 03 Apr, by
Rev. J. PARKIN, Henry Dormor GARDINER to Mary Ann HUTCHIN, both of Napier
Mark BURKE - Hampden. was killed by a falling log, Tuesday
last, at Messrs RATHBONE & CRAVEN's Sawmill
Friday 20 April 1877
19 Apr - Rangatira from Wellington. Mrs CLUNAL. Messrs BISHOP, GIBSON,
WENBORN & SKELLEY
19 Apr - Waiwera from Mecury Bay . Mrs & Miss ?USHELL
19 Apr - Rangatira for Poverty Bay. Father REIGNIER, Miss COLLINS, Mrs
COLLINS, Mrs NASH & 2 children, Mr MACKAY
19 Apr - Falcon for Newcastle. Messrs NASMITH & PICKERING
19 Apr - Wanaka left Wellington for Auckland. Pass for Napier. Hon J.D.
ORMOND, Miss BENDALL. Messrs CARRUTHERS, REAZ, CLARK, C. THOMPSON, J.C.
WILLIAMS & JOBBERNS
A large addition is about to be built to the Tavistock
A new native church is to be opened at Whakaki, on Tuesday.
Saturday 21 April 1877
20 Apr - Wanaka from Wellington. Rev & Mrs STUART. Messrs RAY, ELRIG,
LEVIN, DAVIS, MACFARLANE
Death PURCELL : At Carlyle St, Napier, on 20 Apr, John
PURCELL. The funeral will leave his late residence, Carlyle St. at 3pm
Mr PETERS - Mail contractor between Napier & Tauranga
Papers Past 1st May 1877
Birth STEVENS at Mohaka on April 25th, wife of Bartlett
STEVENS a son.
Port Chalmers- Wool Ship- Duke of Sutherland from Sydney which lately
put in here- damaged by gale- left for London today
Wanganui Railway between Wanganui and Turakina will be
formerly opened in about a fortnight. Mr CHRISTOPHER for some time of
Wellington- but Traffic Manager of the Kaipara past 12 months, has arrived
to take charge of the line when opened. Mr PASSMORE arranging for the
opening of the line- Inspector ATCHINSON and a number of travellers will
take advantage of the trip to proceed to Wellington.
Christchurch- Sir Cracroft WILSON has had a very narrow
escape - A tree was being cut down and fell on him and he had several
cuts on his head.
Letter to Letter re Road and Bridges.
There were no arrivals at the Port yesterday.
30th Jane Douglas for Poverty Bay- Passengers Mr and Mrs FERGUSON, and
2 children; Messrs. HORSEFALL, SCRIMGEOUR, WILLIAMS and others.
N.B In shipping notes- 3 racehorse owned by Mr HORSEFALL who is a passenger
on Jane Douglas, and other Passenger Frederick WILLIAMS- to Poverty Bay
for his health..
Papers Past 2nd May 1877 Page 2
Death WATKINS at Carlyle Street Napier, on April 30th, Sarah, beloved
wife of Rees WATKINS Railway Guard aged 29 years.
BISSETT at Marine Parade Napier on May 1st, Alexander,
only son of Alexander and Isabella BISSETT, aged 14 months.
Shipping News- Brigantine "Airolo"- wrecked
at South Sea Islands.
Full account in Paper- Herald Tribune.
Left this port on 6th Sept, 76- arrived off Savage Island-
one of the Tonga group 6 weeks after leaving- First and second mates only
2 who survived- are at the spit at present
Auckland-Margaret GILLESPIE- a stewardess on board "Hero"-
find 14 pounds for smuggling a piece of velvet in box- on point of going
to jail for 6 months when a getleman paid her fine for her.
A skating rink at Hastings to be opened at Hastings on
Saturday at GOODWIN's Hall.
Flooding in Napier severe- Shops in Hastings street are
Napier Magistrates Court
GIBBES v MONTECINO
Same v CHESTER, Same v Mrs MURRAY Same v VILLERS.
TUCKWELL v John SMITGH SCARFE v ROBERTSON WALL v DYER TOPPING v DOUGLAS
Drunkenness- John GAMBLE- larceny charge discharged
ELLISON v SIM NORTHE v McCORMICK
PATTINSON v SAUNDERS Same v W SMITH
4th May 1877
Shipping inward 2nd Rangatira from Wellington. Passengers:-
Miss THOMPSON- Messrs. PEARSON, FIELD, FERGUSON, REID, THOMPSON, DRANSFIELD,
Considerable doubt exists as to identity of wreck at Palliser
Bay- It is thought by some to be Edward bound for Lyttleton- while others
believe it is the Kate Brien bound from Timaru to Auckland. Both of these
vessels are late.
Waste Land Board Thursday May 3rd. Application No 2476-
Messrs RHODES and co for land in Patoka District- also S W PEDDIE and
Gustave NAUMANN transfer application 160 to Heinrich LOBITZ.
Discussed 4 cases- Alexander STERNBERG, RATHBONE, W P OLLEY, Alexander
Letter from John COOK to his wife as written.
We take the following sad memento of a lost vessel and
her crew from an English paper:-"The wife of the mate of the missing
screw steamer Well, of Hull, has received a letter from her husband, stating
that the vessel was foundering with all her crew, and that the ship was
overladen. The letter, which was washed ashore at Lybster on the 12th
inst, is worded thus: 'December 21, 1876.- My dear wife and son,- We are
laid to in the North Sea, about 100 miles from the Holman, with our hatch
stove in and gangway gone. The sea is fearful- it is washing in and out
of the main hatchway, and washing the linseed out of the hold. It happened
at 4 a.m. this morning. My dear, we have the boat swinging all ready for
but we dare not for the sea. There is no water in the after-hold, and
the engines are going ahead to pump the water out. I am afraid it is to
no purpose. I don't think we shall live the night out. Pray to God to
forgive us our sins, for we have many. My dear wife a! nd son- it is a
painful thing to write to you both to say that I expect every moment to
be my last. The ship was too deep down to Plimsoll's mark. Ships ought
not to be allowed to load so deep. Good bye- God bless you both, and I
hope he will protect you; and tell John to be a good boy and keep honest
and sober.- Your affectionate husband, John COOK, chief mate s.s. Wells,
of Hull.-130, Day Street, Hull. Kind love to all.'"
Papers Past 7th May page 2 1877
McKENZIE at Port Ahuriri on 5th May, Eleanor Townrow,
beloved wife of J A McKENZIE aged 25 years. After a lingering and painful
illness of 9 weeks.- Ballarat Papers please copy.
Mr J A McKENZIE- respectfully invited to follow remains
of his late wife to place of interment at Napier Cemetary- from his residence
Harding Road this day.
Marriage CAMPBELL-DEBROAN at residence bride's brother-in-law
Napier on May 6th, Mr A B CAMPBELL to Miss L DEBROAN, both of Napier.
Ships arrival Port of Napier 5th Rangatira from Poverty
Bay- passengers:- Mrs HILL, Misses COLLINS, BEST, PARSON. Messrs. COLLINS,
McDOUGALL, BERRY, LEVIN, SKELLY, Bishop WILSON, HERD, BLEMISH.
6th Rotorua from Wellington. Passenger Saloon- Mr and
Mrs HASTIE, Mrs VALENTINE, Messrs. G ORMOND, BLACKETT, 40 for the North.
Steerage for Napier 1 and 40 for the North.
6th Albatross from Whangarei.
6th Rangatira for Wellington. Passengers:- Mr and Mrs OLSEN, Mr and Mrs
APPERLEY, Miss BEST, Messrs. J M TABUTEAU, MITCHELL, BISHOP, SKELLY, BUCKWELL,
GLOVER, McGREGOR, FOLLEY, GIBSON, ALLAN, LEVIN, Capt PORTER, and 7 others.
6th Rotorua for Auckland and Sydney. Passengers:- Mesdames,
NEILL, LEWIS. Mrs BRIGHT and children (3), Mr and Mrs S M WILSON, Messrs
J HARKIS, G BROWN, J HURGIN, G H McLEAN, TOD, GRAHAM, STANTON and 80 original.
****(Note Mr R DOBSON on board late of Napier to Sydney to recruit his
health.. Mr GRAHAM of GRAHAM and Co Poverty Bay and Mr TOD Kaikora on
their way to home country.)
Papers Past 8th May 1877
Marriage WILSON-HOLDER at St John's Church Napier on 5th
May by Reverend J TOWNSEND, the incumbent, S M WILSON, eldest son of Mr
Hugh WILSON, of St George's Bay Auckland, to E E HOLDER, eldest daughter
of Mr H HOLDER of Napier.
Write up- taken from Wanganui Chronicle- in ref to John
McMICHAEL former Minister of Meanee Church who was in Hawkes Bay for 3
yrs- Passed away on 5th March- Victoria-Belfast- Presbytery of Mortlace.
Newly appointed Master of Church of England day school
is Mr James SMITH.
Papers 9th May
Birth OTTON at Napier on 6th May wife of Alf M OTTON of
List of passengers from Hawke's Bay left for the home
country per City of Sydney yesterday, at noon. Mr and Mrs WATT, Miss CARLYON,
Messrs. J MASON, A GRAHAM, J TOD
Arrivals 8th Kiwi from Wellington viz Castle point. Passengers:-
Messrs. TUSTEN, MAXWELL, ROSS, and 2 in steerage.
Town Clock promised- to be presented by Late Sir D McLEAN.
Was shipped by Otago for Port Chalmers in January last and is expected
shortly- it has an illuminated dial and is so designed to be suitable
for its position on front of the Post Office.
Mr BROSNAN-Toll keeper- appears as a witness in Auckland