| 2nd Jan
John McVAY- Saddles at Hastings Street Napier.
RUDDOCK & FRYER- mowers and Farm machinery.
D.BACHARRY-Agent for Hawke's Bay United Insurance Co of NSW inc.
H.C.WILSON- Dentist- uses Nitrol's Oxide. Gas for Painless Teeth extraction.
F.TUXFORD- Mowers 28pounds each.
Robert DOBSON- Manager NZ Insurance Co.
HOLDER'S - Saddlery.
Meeting of Committee of management of Napier Hospital.called
by President. Messrs C.B.WINTER,J.A.SMITH,H.WILLIAMS,Dr SPENCER. Mayor
(his worship) in the chair.(does not state who Pres was or who Mayor was?)
Napier Working men's club Sec.- Mr BURTON.- Messrs BEAR
& SHANLEY- played piano.
Mr MASTER Interviewed chiefs WEKUEROHI ANDHori HEREHERE
AT THE REQUEST BY THE GOVERNMENT.- IN REGARD- to causing halt of survey
of Mangatoro-Kaitoki Rds.
Mr Duncan KIRKPATRICK of Pukahu- thrown out of cart and
broke arm due to severe storm and lightening- attended by Dr De LISLE.
Married- CHICKEN-McALPINE- on 1st Jan in the bride's fathers'
house, Emerson Street, Napier, by the Rev C PENNY. John eldest son of
the late Joseph CHICKEN, to Julia Emma, second daughter of George Edward
Robert McALPINE, both of Napier. Adv. Wgtn,Christchurch papers. Please
Birth FROOD- at Bulls Rangitikei, wife of James W FROOD
Surgeon of a daughter
Cruel assault by husband at Kaikora last Thursday Evening
by a man named RUSSELL a shepherd, who had returned from Kopua sports
evening. Afterwards an altercation took place and RUSSELL TOOK TO HIS
WIFE WITH A HEAVY RIDING WHIP. Two neighbours Messrs APPLETT and COOMBES
heard screams and they carried her off in a fainting condition. She was
so badly injured as to required services of Dr.TOD.
Resident Magistrate's court three inebriates fined plus
Thomas COOK. Mary Ann FARRELL,Annie CUNNINGHAM,Miss BUTWELL,re charges
of having and being in a house of ill repute, a similar charge laid against
Margaret CLARK, as her address was unknown by the police a summons was
Theatre Royal performance by Miss TULLOCH and Salvardor
PARLATO won frequent applause.
Messrs E.PRICE & Co gift distribution came off last
evening, with a large number of ticket-holders assembling at the brick
shop, where the drawing took place. Messrs MASTER and RAVEN were appointed
to supervise the boxes. Mr M BELL, acted as scrutineer.
First prize of 100 pound worth of drapery fell to Mr A SHIELDS, of Waikonini,,
2nd 50 pounds-Mr E.H.GRIGG,Napier. 3rd Mr T GILPIN of Havelock north,
4th to the Rev J CAMPBELL of Napier, 5th to Mrs LUCAS Carlyle Street Napier,
6th Mr T GILPIN Havelock, 7th Mr R SMITH Kopua, 8th Mrs McDONALD Hastings.
We are requesterd to state that the Henry MITCHELL charged
with the larceny of a silver watch and hair gold chain, and committed
for trial on Wednesday last, is not Henry MITCHELL, dairyman of Havelock,
who was the principal witiness in the case heard against Fergus CLEARY
for insulting language.
Rev.A SHEPHERD will hold divine service at Havelock next
Sundayat 11 a.m. and Maraekakaho at 3pm.
A paragraph appeared in the Jewish Chronicle of Oct 31st
" on the 16th Sir Julius VOGEL, one of the Conservative candidates
for the representation of Falmouth, delivered an interesting speech. Replying
to personal matters, Sir JULIUS said that many attacks he took as compliments,
as it showed that his opponents had some fear of his being successful.
One imputation was against his religion, but he would not say that not
for the sake of twenty elections would he disown his religion. He was
born of the Jewish persuasion, and he would live and die in it."
>From Invercargill- Mary LANAHAN, weidow of BILLY the
bellman, living in a cottage near Puni Creek, was burnt to death with
the cottage. Remains were found afterewards. Young man named HAWKINS was
later committed for trial for an alleged rape on the deceased, whose character
was decidedly shaky.
Mr McKENZIE of the well know firm of auctioneers, died
last night of apoplexy. The deceased stood high in the Masonic craft and
member of Municipal Council time of his death.
Christchurch- John BARRETT, puplican was discharged on
lack of evidence. TEAGUE, who provided alibi was also discharged. Stephan
RYAN,M MAHON,GAWLEY, and MAHONEY were also discharged. A Man named Arthur
MacMann was arrested last night in Hagley park.
The Protestant Alliance Society have retained Mr Geo HARPER to prosecute
the riot cases.
C.LEMON Superintendent by order of the Telegraph Commissioner-Notice
re Telegrapah Operators Strike.
Birth TUCKER- at Waitanga on 28th December wife of Richard
TUCKER of a son.
Death RYAN- William Patrick RYAN aged 43 years, accidentally
drowned 23rd December, 18779 while crossing Ngaruroro River. Depply regretted
by his wife and children
Mr William Russell at Waipawa District Court before Messrs.
Rechab HARDING and A St C INGLIS J.P. on a charge of aggravated assault
on wife. 6 months imprisonment with hard labour in Napier Gaol.
Mr LEWIS- Chief Inspector of sheep visit to Poverty Bay.
Mr Joseph PRICE- Settler Hawkes Bay 50pounds fine for not complying with
sheep regulations in the Province of HB.
Richard ROSS arrested by Segt.KIDD on Mr FRASER's station
on a charge of false pretences-obtainaing from Mr BELL of Crown Hotel
2 sums of money 12pnd and 3pnds.
Married MADDEN - ELLIOTT on 29th December by Rev.D SIDEY
at his Residence Napier, John MADDEN Waikonini contracot, to Sarah Jane
ELLIOTT of Meanee. Belfast and Tipperary papers please copy.
From New Plymouth case of poisoning -Mr STOTTER(Tailor
of Brougham St) and his family- ate what was thought was spinach
Rust is spreading at Kaikora- attacked wheat crops. Greenmeadows
attacked heavily less on Ahuriri plains. Barley seems to have escaped.
Mosquitoes over past week have been proportionally numerous.
Mr KIRBY- Advance agent for Mammoth Minstrels- 18 performers,
including Mr CAMPBELL, Billy BENT,CHEEVERS,KENNEDY.
Resident Magistrates Court.before Mr H EYRE, KENNT presiding
at Waipawa- 25 civil cases down only 5 heard.
Resident Mag. Court- David King POWER charges by Harriet
Mary PAIN married women at Taradale.
Dr COLE recently arrived from Dunedin-intended residence
Napier Loyal Orange Lodge-letter received from Father
CHINIQUAY intends visiting over next month.
It was stated that from Public Works (NZ Railways) have 180 locomotives
at work. 60 in the North and 120 South Island.
Wellington Census taken according to Ven Archdeacon STOCK
at Wellington Education Board, show 4408 children of whom 2556 are attending
school. 1386 boys and 1170 Girls.
Next Monday at Theatre Royal "Megs Diversion"
will be given as a charity show in aid of Widow and Family of the later
Mr BULLED who was accidentally killed.
Births MUNDLE- at Kaikora on 1st inst. Wife of Mr D MUNDLE
of a son.
KELLY- at Imperial Hotel Waipawa on 5th inst. Mr J.R.KELLY
of a son.
Married- FOSTER-REARDON- on December 20th 1879 at St John's
Church Napier by Rev De Berdt HOWELL and on New Year's day at St Mary's
Chapel by Rev Father FORREST. Alexander 4th son of Late Capt.John FOSTER
of Canterbury, to Annie second daughter of Mr N REARDON of Napier.
Deed of Assignment in estate of Hyam P COHEN executed.
Mr CARLILE made application for order relative to costs in John KEATING's
estate- was granted to Mr LEE- Trustee of will of late James MONAGHAN.
Res Mag Court- Robert James McMANUS AND James HENRY- Drunkenness.
Joseph BELL false pretences remanded. Charged by Sgt 0'MALLEY.
Local Intelligence Fire Brigade Napier -Sub Superintendent
SPENCE, Foreman GILBERD to represent Brigade at United Fire Brigade Conference
to be held in Dunedin on 20th Inst.
Napier Hospital Commission held a meeting to elect four
members.-Voting results were:
Messrs. M R MILLER-19
Rev D'ARCY has preached his last at St John's Church- before departing
Mr Joseph HEDLEY well known drover-left LOWRY's Stn Okawa
2 months ago with 1060 sheep- through Mr ALLEY's Stn Hikutoi with loss
of only 3 sheep.
Drawing of Art Union- First prize 50 pounds value to Mr
WILKINSON, 2nd -20 pound value- Geo BAILLIE,3rd-10 pound Mr JACOB.
John CHANDLER of Waipawa- discharged on a charge of Larceny-not
Land Transfer Act Notices by J.M.BATHAM District Land Registrar.
To satisfy the principal money and interest due from one Carl Frithjof
MORTENSENof Norsewood to James Wren CARLILE.
Martin PEDERSEN of Norsewood, settler.
F.D.LUCKIE- Secretary ofHawke's Bay Jockey Club.
Lionel HARRIS- silver and plated ware.
St Mary's Boarding and Day School Meanne- Principal J
Ladies College Coote-Road Napier to be opened. Principal...Mrs
SHEPPARD, References kindly permitted to Mrs WILLIAMS,Hukarere, and Mrs
Auckland Provincial Boarding School for Boys.- Mr HAMILL,
Principal of St Mary's Boarding School Meanee, dancing class to be continued
as usual Wednesday Evenings.
C.DOLBEL & Co (Late Le QUESNE) Coal and Timber Merchants.
Birth -WILKIE- on 10th January at Port Ahurir A H WILKIE,Postmaster, of
Married- ERICKSON-HANSON- on Monday Jan 12th at her father's
residence Wellesley Rd Napier, by Rev Mr SASS, Petrus ERICKSON of Dannevirke
to Miss Josephine HANSON, eldest daughter of Samual and Oleu HANSON of
Theatre Royal performance in aid of Mrs Frances BULLED
and family. Performers were T W BEAR, W REEVES, W HODGSON, A LEVI,C MONTEITH,
Mrs A WILLIAMS, Mrs T.W.BEAR,Miss E TAUNTON, Band by permission of Capt.GIBBONS-
The Engineer Band assisted.Mr FOSTER,Miss COLE,Mr GILPIN, Mrs NEIL,Mr
EDWARDS, Mr ROSE,
For sale-Napier Town section no 204 Emerson St. Family
residence of N H FLOOD.
Edmund TUKE leaving district- house adjoining Residence
of Mrs James WATT.
W Y WATSON- Household and Furniture Havelock.
Rev D'Arcy IRVINE sale at Grammer School Havelock.
COWARD & Co Auctioneers- Waipawa
J.W.THOMSON Est-Auction- 38 acres and house. Cleared land.
Mr A.H.ROSS- Jun Surveyor at Waipawa.
Mr J B FIELDER Secretary- H B Perm Blding and Inv Society Napier
Regt. F. Battery orders- Parade/Drill- Frank W GARNER Captain Commanding.
Mrs CROWLEY man years resident in Paris -Miss BOGLE- 1st class trained
Cert Teacher from Melbourne- opening school for young ladies. Interim
school addres Mrs CROWLEY,Mrs HUTCHINSON Benmore House. Mrs NEILL's Dancing
Studio ad Lilian House Shakespeare Road Napier.
Lionel HARRIS- Silverware and Jewellary.
Edward LOFLEY. N.Z.Hot Springs Taupo- horses and guides.
Birth- BEETHAM- at Wairarapa 11th Jan Hugh BEETHAM, of
Mr J.S.MASTER is with Native Office and has been ordered
to Raglan in Waikato District of Auckland.
At Napier Mr BARROWS- Caledonian Hotel.
Mr Walter KNOWLES arrived at Napier by Wanaka to take over as Manager
of National Bank. His father was Secretary to Dr FEATHERSTON for many
years when latter held position of Superintendent for Wellington Province.
Miss LYDFORD opening up a middle class Junior or infant
school. Ages 3-10 years. Previous Mistress from London School.
Death- HUNT- on Jan 13th at Napier- Catherine, beloved wife of Richard
HUNT aged 65- Auckland and Wellington papers please copy.
Resident Magistrate Court Frederick HOLMES, John HOBORY (inebriates)
Gazette published Col WHITMORE- appointed Col to ZN Z
Mr Horace BAKER Commissioner of Crown Lands District of Hawkes Bay.
Births RUTH- At Upton Park, Essex, on October 23rd, the
wife of Captain RUTH, of a son.
HOLDSWORTH- On January 13th, at Heathlands, Bournemouth,
England, the wife of John HOLDSWORTH, of a son.
Deaths JONES- At Kopua, on January 15, Mary Ellen, infant
daughter of Mr W JONES aged 7 months
JACOBS- On January 16, Annie, the beloved daughter of
Nathaniel and Kate JACOBS, aged 17 months. The funeral will leave the
residence of Mr Jacobs, Hastings sts Napier, on Sunday, at 11 am.
Births RUDDOCK- on the 15th inst, the wife of H S RUDDOCK, of a daughter.
RUSSELL- on the 12th inst., at Otipua, near Timaru, Canterbury,
Mrs F H RUSSELL of a son.
HALLETT- on January 11th at Napier, the wife of Mr W HALLETT
of a son.
Death HILL-On January 18th at the Napier Hospital William
HILL, aged 38.
The return of offences at the Napier Station of the New Zealand Constabulary
shows a large diminution in the total number of cases reported and persons
apprehended in the year 1879 as compared with the year 1878.. The decrease
is chiefly in the cases of drunkenness, in which
there were 411 in 188878, and only 277 in 1879. Vagrancy is the next,
the numbers being 69 in 18778, and 25 in 1879. Of breaches of municipal
bye-laws there were 71 cases in 187878 and 47 in 1879. Assaults on the
Police, 20 in 1878, and 6, in 1879. With regard to other offences the
return is not so favourable, common assaults, malicious injru, larceny,burglary,
&c., showing each an increase. The total number of persons apprehended
in 1878 was 890, and in 1879 the number was 833.
(Editor's comments E. Who said the ancestors were law abiding????)
Birth VILLERS: At Napier on Sat. 13 Mar, the wife of J. VILLERS of a son
Marriage SMITH - NEWBIGEN : On Mar 02 at the residence of the Rev. D.
SIDEY, F.G. SMITH to c.J. NEWBIGEN, both of Napier
A public house owned by a maori named Tuta NIHONIHO, at Whareponga,near
Awanui was burned to the ground.
Death HUDSON: At Okawa on Mar 15, Thomas Lowry, third son of the Rev .
Joseph HUDSON. M.A., Vicar of Crosby - on - Eden, Carlisle, England. aged
Mr . R. BRETT - confectioner in Napier
Saturday 20 Mar 1880
Mr COLLINS - Jeweller in NApier
Mr HILDEBRANT a painter from Gisborne was found drowned in a well at the
back of the Royal Hotel, Gisborne.
William Young DENNETT - Licencee of Albion Hotel, Napier
Monday 22 Mar 1880
Hinemoa left for Wellington. Sir Hercules ROBINSON, Lady ROBINSON , suite
& servants. Hon Col. WHITMORE & Mr . H.S. LANCE. The "Hinemoa"
was the Colonial Government Steamer, under Capt. FAIRCHILD.
Neil THOMPSON - Chairman of the Meanee Scool Comm.
Tuesday 23 Mar 1880
Death MULLINDER: At the Waipawa Hotel on Mar 21, Henry Edward, son of
George MULLINDER. Aged 2years 2 months.
Constable HEWITT - Stationed at Porangahau
Mr Charles MITCHELL - Owner of the boiling down establishment
at West Clive.
Constable MOTLEY - Clive
Mr HOLLIS - Butcher, East Clive,
BOYCE & FAILS - Coopery, East Clive
Mr HALL - Carpenter, East Clive
Mr SMITH - Store, East Clive
Mr BECK - Store, west Clive
Mr BENNETT - Baker, West Clive
Mr McINTYRE - Brewer, west Clive
Mr Dennis CRAWLEY - Market gardener, West Clive
Mr THORNTON - Merchant, West Clive.
constable RAYMOND - Hastings
Miss MORGAN - Pupil teacher at Gisborne School
Miss BEDINGFIELD - Assistant teacher to the infant school, Napier
Wed 24 Mar 1880
There has been flooding in Manawatu and the Hawkes Bay. The telegraph
lines are down , roads are blocked or washed away. Thereis no movement
of ships as the sea is to rough. It is the worst flooding in the last
Death PATON: At Napier on 23 Mar 1880, after a long & painful illness,
Louisa, fifth daughter of Thomas & Jane PATON. Aged 14 years.
Thursday 25 Mar 1880
Mrs R.T. BRIGHOUSE of Waipawa found a dead body in the surf. Thought this
body might own the horse with saddle & bridle that was seen floating
near the shore on Tuesday. 5 inches of rain fell last Saturday. Total
rainfall for the week 12.67 inches
Friday 26 Mar 1880 No Issue
Saturday 27 Mar 1880
Death OMALLEY: At Napier on the 26 Mar, Charles William, third son of
Sergeant James O'MALLEY. Aged 5 years. The funeral will leave Sgt O'MALLEY's
residence, Bryon St. at 200pm this day,
Result of the poll for Clyde Riding:
John GEMMELL 54
Thomas PARKER 50
Mr GEMMELL declared elected.
Very bad flooding & slips on the roads due to all the heavy rainfall.
The water level at thebridge at the end of the Manawatu Gorge was at 58
Mon 29 Mar 1880
Birth FLETCHER: On Mar 27, the wife of H. FLETCHER of Kaikora, of a daughter.
Following entries for Petane Pigeon Handicap.
Col WHITE, Messrs de PELICHET, TWIGG, RICHARDSON, EVITT, RUSSELL, J.PRICE,
GROOM, DANVERS, BROUGHTON, LEONARD, GASCOIGNE, SMITH & GFRIFFITHS.
M.Edmond BOURGEOIS - to settle in Napier & teach french.
Mt Tom MARGETTS- has leased the Provincial Hotel's Billard Room.
Tuesday 30 Mar 1880
Birth THOMAS: At Kaikora on 27 Mar, the wife of Mr Peter THOMAS, of twins
Mr CANNING - chief inspector of sheep in this district.
Imagine the out cry if the following was printed in our
Nelson - A lunatic named Clara PALMER died from exhaustion caused by nearly
scalding herseld to death through suicidal mania.
WEd 31 Mar 1880
Deaths SMALL: At Fernside, Patangata on the 29 Mar 1880, John, the son
of W.H. & Margaret SMALL. Aged 19 years & 3 months.
M"INTYRE: On Mar 30, at the Big Bush, West Clive,
David, infant son of David M'INTYRE. Aged 4 months.
Mary CURTIS a half caste aged 5 years died suddenly yesterday
at the convent school. No coroners inquest. The verdict - suppressed croup.
The "Loch Fleet" takes to London eleven bales
of hops from Mr J. PIPER's hop garden at Wairoa.
A lot of natives have gathered at Tahaenui and talked "fight",
but it is locally considered "bounce"
Saturday 03 Apr 1880
James & Mary Ann BISSETT - Licensee of hotel at Porangahau
Alfred SAUNDERS - Storeman at above hotel
Emma SPENCER - Wife of telegraphist - Porangahau
Henry LAMBERT - Labourer - Porangahau
Robert SIDWELL - Bullock Driver
Monday 05 Apr 1880
Marriage CORRY - TURNER : On Feb 02 at St. Mary's,
Brownedge, near Preston, Lancashire, by the Rev. Father WALKER,O.S.B.
Thomas. A .CORRY of the firm H.S. HENRY & Co, Bradford, York &
late of Napier, to Frances Mary, daughter of the late James TURNER, Esq,
Camden House, Preston, Lancashire. Mr BOWES - had a milk cart in Napier
Tuesday 06 apr 1880
Marriage SIMS - ANDERSON : At Napier on Aug 03*, by the Rev. D. SIDEY,
John Harvey SIMS to Mary ANDRSON, both of Napier. * Note the date.
Wed 07 Apr 1880
Death DANVERS : At Frandon, on 05 Apr, Lyle Danby DANVERS, aged 13 months,
infant son of Mr A. DANVERS
Mr J. RENOUF - Contractor for the storm water channel
Mr F. SUTTON & Capt.
RUSSELL - members for Napier in the House of Representatives
Thursday 08 April 1880
Birth GROCOTT : At her residence, Napier on Apr
07 the wife of H. GROCOTT, of a son.
Mr MAYO - Licensee of Empire Hotel
Mr H.S. TIFFEN, Mr Ansel TIFFEN, Mrs RANDALL & Mr John CHAMBERS jun
left on the Te Anau en route for San Francisco, whence they go to Japan.
Mr TIFFEN has been given money by the Govt. for purchase of Japanese plants.
Captain NEWMAN - resigned from Harbour Board
Friday 09 Apr 1880
Mr David LEVI - Has introduced a permanent totalisator in Napier for races
all over N.Z.
Saturday 10 Apr 1880
Birth BATLEY : At Havelock on 09 April, the wife of R.T. BATLEY, of a
Death JENSEN : At the hospital, Napier on 09 Apr, Anne Maria JENSEN. Aged
Mr S.Y. COLLINS- Registrar for the electoral roll
Wed 14 Apr 1880
Napier School Committee
Tuesday 27 April 1880
Death CAMPBELL : On Apr 12 at the residence of Mr A. BOOTH, Ngaruawahia,
Waikato after a short but painful illness, William James CAMPBELL. Aged
Mr John O'BRIEN - farmer at Havelock
Mr A. GOETZ- commences business today as a watch and clock maker
William ROSE & Angus M'LEOD - Butchers at Taradale
Wednesday 28 Apr 1880
Birth WELLS : On Monday April 26, the wife of F.WELLS,hairdresser,
of a daughter
Marriage TESSOR - ARMSTRONG : At Napier on the 21 st inst by the Fev Father
FOREST,V.C., Frank TESSOR to Alice ARMSTRONG, both of Napier
Mr SNELLING - Landlord of Pacific Hotel, Havelock
Friday 29 April 1880
Death MARTIN : At West Clive on April 25, William Stanley, infant son
of John R & E.R. MARTIN . Aged 4 days
Inquest was held at BELL's Crown Hotel into the origin
of the fire by which the Commercial Hotel was burnt down.
Dr HITCHINGS - Coroner
Eliza GOLLOP- wifeof William Henry GOLLOP, late licensee of the Commercial
Mrs Caroline PARKER - servant at the Commmercial
Mr DAVIDSON - patron of the comercial
Mary Anne MOONEY, wife of William MOONEY, residing at the Commercial
Daniel HUNT- laborer- living at the spit
Joseph BELL- licensee of the Crown Hotel
Constables MURPHY & HARVEY
Charles CRANBY- Storeman to New Zealand Shipping Co.
Eliza BELL- wife of Joseph BELL
Sam Routledge DRANSFIELD - Hanseatic Insurance Co
Henry WILLIS- owner of the Commercial Hotel.
Hotel burnt down in suspicious circumstances, but evidence of the origin
of the fire doth not appear to the jury
Friday 30 April 1880
Death MARSHALL : At the Napier Hospital on April 29, John MARSHALL. Aged
Constables BYRNE , STUDWICK & LAURENSON - Napier Police Station
Saturday 01 May 1880
Birth WELLWOOD : At Hastings on April 30, the wife of R. WELLWOOD, Esq,
of a son
Mr Percival BEAR- Teacher of music, elocution, maths
Mon 03 May 1880
At the sitting at the courthouse on Saturday, an Edward QUICK was charged
by Thomas BOWLING, Master of the ship Adamant with refusing to obey his
lawful commands- 21
days imprisonment with hard labour.
Tuesday 04 May 1880
Birth TODD : At the Pines, Waipawa, on May 01, the wife of Alex TODD,M.D.
of a son
Wednesday 05 May 1880
Marriage DOWELL - MULLANY : At Napier on 27 April, by the Rev. Father
LAMPLIA, Alfred DOWELL to Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Micheal MULLANY
( late of 3rd Buffs) of Napier
Death HARRISON : At Woodbury, Marton at her father - in - laws residence,
on April 30 1880, Kate Isabel HARRISON, in her 25 th year, the widow of
the late A.C. HARRISON and eldest daughter of the late W.F. HARGRAVE,
both of Poverty Bay.
Thursday 06 May 1880
Deaths AYSON : At Richmond Park, Waipawa on May 01, William, son of Mr
Alex AYSON, teacher, Otago. Aged 28 years
HOOPER : At Tennyson Str, on 05 May, Emily Merton, youngest
daughter of Stephen & Mary Ann HOOPER. Aged four and a half months
Constable LIVINGSTONE - Stationed at Taradale
William HUGO - Barman at the Empire
Robert GALLAGHER - plumber in Napier
Frederick Septimus PEPPERCORNE - Municipal Engineer
Richard WILLIAMS - Inspector of Nuisances & Vauer for the Corporation
Capt. Maurice Norman BOWER - Town Clerk & Treasurer of the Borough
The goal was in Coote RoadInspector of Nuisances Report
A report was read stating that on section No 55 there was a nuisance caused
by stagnant water.
Monday 10 May 1880
Death GLEN : At GOUROCK, Scotland, on the 24 inst, Flora Blair, relict
of the late Capt. John GLEN, Kilmen & eldest daughter of the late
Capt. William BLAIR, Largs.
Tuesday 11 May 1880
Birth HAGUE : At East Clive on May 07, the wife of Mr John HAGUE, of a
daughterThe Commercial Hotel is to be rebuilt.
Mr Richard SOUNDY of the Waipawa District School has been appointed to
the head mastership at St. Albans Christchurch.
Messrs SINDEN & HILLES- Blacksmiths & farriers opposite the Napier
Mrs CARO - a dentist in Napier, we believe the first lady dentist in the
Charles BROWN - charged with having behaved in a riotous & disorderly
manner in the Criteron Hotel
Victor Grace DAY - Book keeper
Cecil albert de LAUTOUR - Clerk
Albert M'KAY - Licenced Interpreter
James ROLF - Lapidary
M.R. MILLER- Stock & Station Agent
Wednesday 12 May 1880
Paul. A. F. BIRCH- clerk of thr court
Mr C.H. SMITH. Landlord of the Foresters Arms. Applied to transfer the
name to Occidental. This is the second time the name has been changed.
The hotel was originally called the Settlers.
John LAURENSON - Night watchman in Hastings Str.
George Walter CULLEN - Clerk of the court
Mary Jane WARD - cleaner living in Carlyle st.
Caroline ROSENBACK- servant to William Henry SHAW
J. RENOUF - Builder & contractor
C.B. HOADLEY - Secretary , Napier Harbor Board
Peter. S. MACDONALD - Tailor in Hastings
Thursday 13 May 1880
Mr Josiah HERD - lived in Wairoa. His wife ran a banking business from
William Henry SHAW. He was the Council receiver for rates. He is charged
with embezzlement. Rather lenghthy court case.
Harmood Arthur BANNER- Municipal Auditor
William Torrance IRVINE - Clerk to Geo ELLIS (Brewer)
James Thomson MAY - Professor of Music
Lionel HARRIS - Watchmaker
Walter Henry CARNELL - Worked for L. HARRIS
Robert HOLT - Timber Merchant
Ebenezer PRICE - Draper
George SCOTT - Carpenter
Frank BEE - Clerk for Messrs WARDROP & Co
Abraham MANOY - Storekeeper
Nathaniel WILLIAMS - Painter
Emil SKOG - Chemist
Henry WILLIAMS - Ironmonger
Edward LYNDON - Land Agent
William SIMS - Son of John SIMS, - Draper
Alex St. C. INGLIS- County Clerk - Waipawa
Friday 14 May 1880
Marriages WILLIAMS - BUCHANAN : At te Aute on May 12
th, by the Rev. Samuel WILLIAMS, Joseph Heathcote, fourth son of E.M.
WILLIAMS, Bay of Islands, to Ally, third daughter of the late D. BUCHANAN,
of Edinburgh, Scotland.
AYRES - HAWTHORNE : At ST. Pauls, Kaikora on May 12th,
by the Rev. J.U. SPENCE, Charles Abraham Buenos AYRES, of Waipawa to Maggie,
seventh daughter of Joseph HAWTHORNE, County Down, Ireland
Saturday 15 Mar 1880
Births TRACY : At Meanee on May 8th, the wife of John
TRACY, of a daughter
MARGOLIOUTH : At Milton Terrace, May 12, the wife of
C.L. MARGOLIOUTH, of a son
KEATCH : At Napier on the 14th of May, the wife of Charles
Henry KEATCH, of a daughter.
Licensed Fitters for the Gas Co.
Messrs RUDDOCK & FRYER
F.W.C. STURM - Nursery at West Clive
Charles MITCHELL - Purchaser of bones and had the Boiling Down Est. at
Monday 17 May 1880
Mr George TAYLOR, a Shipwright, Taradale has just completed a fishing
boat, lugger rigged, for his brother Charles TAYLOR.
Tomihana KAKANO - Ngati - porou chief, died at Whareponga
J. HIGGINS to erect a new hotel in Hastings on the corner of Karamu Road.
Mr M'KAY will be the builder, Mr DUGLEBY, the architect
James GRAY - late proprietor of the Albion
J.C. TAYLOR - General Store, Havelock
GILBERD & ANDERSON - Taradale Nurseries
Tuesday 18 May 1880
Birth MILLIER : At West Clive, on May 16th, the wife of H. MILLIER, of
George Hill BOGGS - Landlord of the Waverley Hotel, Napier
A. WEAVER - Manager of the Boiling Down Factory, Waipukarau
H.G. GUNN- Port Ahuriri Timber Yards
H. MONTEITH - Auctioneer, Waipawa
G. RYMER - Coach Run
Mr HIGGINS - Butcher in Hastings St
R.T. SMYTHE - Bookseller & stationer, Hastings Str.
Wednesday 19 May 1880
Mr YOUNG - Landlord of the Railway Hotel
Miss Esther THOMPSON - Assistant Mistress, Norsewood School
Miss PALAMOUNTAIN - Pupil Teacher, Napier School
Mr H. HIGGINS - Master of Ormond School
Mr Hugh HANDYSIDE - Put in a request for a school to be built at Wainui.
Mr. P. DALY - Master, Meanee School
Mr SOUNDY - Resigned from Waipawa District School
Mr Edward COOK - occupation as a Wharfinger
Charles PIDGEON - Assistant Farm Manager for Henry Robert RUSSELL.
John GEORGE & John GRIMLEY - Brewers, Waipawa
George Vincent KEMELEY - Chief Fire Inspector, William MILLER - his vice
Thursday 20 May 1880
Marriage HITCHINGS - ARROW : On 19 May at St. Peters Church, Waipawa,
by the Rev. J. C. ECCLES, Thomas HITCHINGS, eldest son of Dr. HITCHINGS
of Napier to Ellen Jane, fifth daughter of H. ARROW Esq. Waipawa
Henry NICHOLLS - formerly a storekeeper committed suicide
yesterday in Waipawa
The new school at Kaikora was opened
James KNOWLES -Waghorne St . Fined 10 shillings for allowing his chimney
to foul and catch fire.
George HOBB - For leaving his cab unattended, 5 shillings
William Robert BLYTHE - draper
George WHITE - Licensee of the Farndon Hotel
Patrick O'CONNELL, his wife Mary and daughter Catherine lived in Clive
Alfred HAWES - Fellmonger in Clive
Friday 21 May 1880
Birth NICHOLSON : At Happy Vallewy, Rissington, on May 10th, the wife
of Henry NICHOLSON, of a daughter
Murdoch M'KENZIE- has become proprietor of the Te Aute
Monday 24 May 1880
Marriage LAFFOLEY - WILLIAMS :
At Napier on May 22, George, eldest son og George LAFFOLEY, St> Heliers,
Jersey to Angelina, eldest daughter of James WILLIAMS of East Clive
Birth JACOBS : At Napier on 21
May, the wife of Mr N. JACOBS, of a son
Tuesday 25 May 1880
Mr BAKER - Empire Hotel, Waipawa
Mrs KEMP - Milliner & Dressmaker, Hastings St
Wednesday 26 May 1880
Mr MECHI - Tiptree Hall Farm
R.T. BRIGHTHOUSE- Soda water
& Cordial Manufacturer, Richmond Park, Waipawa.
Percy.C. FRASI - Surveyor & Draftsman, Waipawa
George Taylor - Pound Keeper, North Clyde
Thom. REYNOLDS - Pound Keeper, Havelock
W.A. BEECROFT - Pound Keeper, Hastings
William COUPER - Pound Keeper, Wairoa
Tyne & DALTON - Ran coaches to Waipukarau, Wallingford & Porangahau
R. BARROWS - Proprietor, Caledonian Hoitel
G. RYMER - Taradale Royal Mail Coaches
T. SHIRLEY - Masonic Hotel, Napier
William JONES- Waikonini Hotel. On the Napier - Patea Road
Geo. GRANT - Grants Mail Coaches
J. WILLIAMSON - Junction Hotel, Norsewood
John MADDEN - Konini hotel & Store
E. HARWOOD - Book & Stationery Warehouse, waipawa
J.B. VERNON- Engineer, cnr of Hastings & Dickens St. Napier
Saturday 29 May 1880
Births HOADLEY : On 28 May, in Napier, the wife of C.B.
HOADLEY, of a son
BROWN : At Tarawera, on the 27th of May, the wife of
Sergt BROWN , A.C.,of a daughter
HESLOP : At Chester Hope, on the 27 th May, the wife
of Mr George HESLOP, of a daughter
Death : COLLINS: on 28 May, William Moses COLLINS. Aged
William COLLINS was a groom at Messrs MONTEITH &
Co, Horse Repository that committed suicide by shooting himself with a
gun he got from Mr MONTEITH's office. He did not die immediately and wrote
on a slate that he shot himself as Mr MACDONALD ( MONTEITH's partner)
had dismissed him.
Monday 31 May 1880
Marriage SMITH - HEBDEN : At Trinity Church, Napier on the 26th, by the
Rev W.C. OLIVER, James B. SMITH to Isabella, third daughter of Mr Micheal
W.H. FLOOD - resigned as Bandmaster to the Rifle Volunteer
Mr R. YUILL - Wouldn't swear on the bible at an inquest
William Moses COLLINS who committed suicide on Friday arrived in the colony
in 1874 on the ship Inverness. He was a native of Jersey
The inquest into his death was held before Capt. PREECE. The jury. C.PALMER
( Foreman). J. JOHNSTONE, R. YUILL, W.MAYO, J. LANGLEY, J.W. SARGENSON,
J. SOMERVILLE, C. SMITH, H. HAYWOOD, G. SCOTT, W. BROTHERS & T. CURTIS.
James Menzies MACDONALD - co employee of MONTEITH & co
William DONALDSON - boarder at the COLLINS
Robert BRISTY - Stablehand
Maria COLLINS - wife of the deceased.
Committed suicide while in a state of temporary insanity.
ADDTIONS TO GAME LICENSES 1880
Friday 04 June 1880
Births M'DONALD : At Napier
on May 29, the wife of D. M'DONALD of a daughter.
BURTTON : At Bay View, Napier on 02 June, the wife of
Mr John BURTTON, of a son.
GAISFORD : At Mt. Herbert, on 03 June, the wife of Mr
GAISFORD, of a son.
Monday 07 June 1880
Birth HOOD : At Oero Bush, on 05 June, the wife
of Stephen HOOD, of a son.
The reward for Hawks feet was increased to a shilling
a pair, about a month ago. 379 pairs have been bought in and 71 pairs
of shags feet.
Tuesday 08 June 1880
Mr S. CARNELL - photographer in Tennyson St.
Mr MURRAY - manager of Mr ARMSTRONG's station - "Aohanga"
Thursday 10 June 1880
16 single women & 2 single men who were nominated
by their friends in Hawkes Bay and who came out in the "Geraldine
Paget " to Wellington, arrived by Kiwi yesterday.
Footnote: My ancestors came out on this voyage of "The Geraldine
Paget" but settled in Wanganui. I am interested in making contact
with anyone having access to the passenger list.
Friday 11 June 1880
Birth SHAW : On Wednesday 09 June, at Orere, Wairoa, the
wife of W. F. SHAW, of a daughter.
Death HARRIS : On June 06, at Kai Iwi, Wanganui, the
beloved daughter of John & Mary Ann HARRIS. Aged 10 months 2 weeks
Saturday 12 June 1880
Birth WALLIS : At Edenham, on 08 June, the wife of A.H. WALLIS, of a daug.
List of prisoners for trial at the next criminal sitting
of the Supreme Court which commences Monday morning before Mr Justice
Whakahiki Te PAKARAMA - Horse Stealing
John BOYD - malicious injury to property. (Obstructing a railway line)
Wiremu Matene PAATA - Stealing from a dwelling
Catherine PHILLIPS - attempted suicide.
Albert WARREN - House breaking
arthur BARNSLEY - Forgery
John Watt SMITH - asault with intent
William Henry SHAW - Arson & Embezzlement
W. George HEWSON - Rape
David MURPHY alias David COLLINS - Larceny
KERIKA - asault, with intent to do grievous bodily harm
Aporo PARETA - Forgery
Wi MAKI - Larceny
Ralph CRAWFORD & charles M'KENZIE - uttering with intention to deraud
The long expected payment for the Mangitaniwha block
to the Wairoa natives will be made next week and storekeepers are expressing
Monday 14 June
Birth RAYMOND : On June 11, at Milton Terrace, the wife
of William Theobald RAYMOND, of a daughter
A complaint, that the night cart is doing the rounds of the Spitat 11
.00 pm and residents have to suffer unpleasantness in consequence.
John MCDONALD & "Gent ORMOND - charged with
riding furiously down
Carlile St., knoking down Mrs COOk & Miss Watson and failing to stop
15 June 1880
The following is the jury list for the Supreme
T. TANNER (Foreman)
The bill against John Watt SMITH - thrown out Arthur
BARNSLEY - Pleaded he was suffering from an attack of delerium tremens.
He was remanded for sentencing
John BOYD alias John HUTTON , pleaded guilty to three charges of placing
obstructions on the railway line. 15 years penal servitude on each of
the indicments, the sentences to run concurrently
Wiremu Matene PAATA- Found guilty of stealing a horse
and other property of Hori HORI of Castlepoint. 2 years imprisonment
KERIKA - inflicting grevios bodily harm on HERIONA. He had put HERIONA
into a hot cooking pot. It was said that KERIKA was a maori doctor and
was trying to cure HERIONA. While KERIKA had been in jail awaiting trial,
his wife had been given to another man and was now in child. Found guilty.
1 months imprisonment with hard labour.
Wednesday 16 June 1880
Aporo PARETA - is an ingenous maori. found guilty
of larceny. When asked did he have anything to say - "Yes, I must
be released tonight, quick". 12 months imprisonment, with hard labor.
Arthur BARNSLEY - was brought up for sentence. 4 years penal servitude
Grand jury returned true bills against David MURPHY, Wi MAKI, Ralph CRAWFORD,
Charles M'KENZIE & Daniel EGAN .Daniel EGAN was added to the list,
his crime, larceny
as a bailee of a cow.
Catherine PHILLIPS - pleaded not guilty. Found not guilty and discharged
Albert WARREN. - pleaded guilty. Sentencing tomorrow
William George HEWSON - Charged of raping an 8 year old girl in Te Kapu
(Wairoa). Pleaded not guilty. He was found guilty of attempted indecent
assault. 2 years in the common gaol at Napier with hard labor and to receive
25 lashes with a cat -o-nine tails.
David MURPHY - pleaded guilty. 6 months gaol with hard labor.
Miss REEVE - Assistant teacher at Taradale School . Wage
of 60 pound per annum
Arthur MABBETT - teacher at Meanee
Mr John Marshall FRASER of Canterbury has been appointed
as Master of Waipawa School.
Mrs GASCOIGNE - has resigned from Tarawera Schhol as her and her husband
Capt. GASCOIGNE have left the district.
Miss SMART - has resigned from Ong Onga School
George SMITH - Chimney Sweep in Cameron Road, Napier
A. NICHOLS - General Store in Waipawa
Thursday 17 June 1880
Births RENDLE : At Napier, on Tuesday 15 June, the wife
of F.D. RENDLE, of a son
APLIN : On the 15 June, the wife of Mr Hugh APLIN, of
Death COLLEDGE : At Napier, on
16 June, the infant daughter of Mr & Mrs COLLEDGE. Aged 3 months
Resident Court. John M'DONALD & Gent ORMOND - pleaded
guilty to riding furiosly down Carlyle st and jnocking the two women down.
They had been drinking at the time. Fined 40 shillings each with costs.
Constable Joseph Walter STRUDWICK - charged with assaulting James Patrick
O'MALLEY, aged 6 years, son of Sgt. O'MALLEY. He pleaded not guilty. STRUDWICK
said the boy had thrown a stone and hit him in the eye and had poked his
tongue out at him. A witness said STRUDWICK had slapped the boy on his
face. William HOWARD aged 11 years said him and Jimmy O'MALLEY were throwing
stones at a stick, when it slipped back and hit the constables hat, knocking
it off. The constable then punched Jimmy in the mouth and again as he
was getting up. Found guilty and fined 10 shillings
Supreme Court Albert WARREN - was sentenced to a years
imprisonment on 2 charges of larceny.
William Henry SHAW- Pleaded not guilty to setting fire to the Provincial
Friday 18 June 1880
William H. SHAW - Found guilty of arson. The jury strongly recommended
the prisoner to mercy on the prisoners previous good name. For embezzlement,
SHAW pleaded guilty. For arson - 4 years imprisonment. For embezzlement
3 years imprisonment.
Daniel EGAN - charged with stealing a cow, the property of Peter BREIGNAN
of Gisborne. He pleaded not guilty. He was found guilty and received 2
years in gaol with hard labor
Wi MAKI - Charged with stealing 20 pounds from Hami PAIKEA, of Gisborne.He
pleaded not guilty. Found not guilty
Ralph CRAWFORD & Charles M'KENZIE - charged with uttering a cheque
for 9 pounds. Pleaded not guilty. Both were found guilty and received
sentences of 2 years in the Napier gaol, with hard labour.
Friday 19 June 1880 Missing Issue
Monday 21 June 1880
Birth HIRTZEL : At Porangahau, on 13 June, the wife of Charles A.M. HIRTZEL,
of a son
Tuesday 22 June 1880
Councillors of the Napier Municipal Council
The Mayor - J. VAUTIER Messrs LEE, CORNFORD, SWAN, FAULKNOR, ASHTON, LARGE,
M'VAY & TUXFORD
Wednesday 23 June 1880
Birth WATSON : At Port Ahuriri, on 22 June, the wife of Mr F. WATSON,
of a daughter
Marriage KETTLE - VON TEMPSKY : at St Mary's, Waipukarau, on the 22 June,
by the Rev. S. WILLIAMS, Natt second son of the late C.H. KETTLE Esq,
Dunedin to Lina, only daughter of the late Major VON TEMPSKY
Friday 25 June 1880
Birth WALKER : At Napier, on 20 june, the wife of M. WALKER
Esq, of a daughter
Saturday 26 June 1880
Sgt BULLEN - stationed at Waipawa
Alexander JONES - well known agricultural implement maker of Waipukurau
Benjamin NELSON - A cook on the ship Caroline was in court charged with
disobeying the commands of Capt. DAVIES. On the 21 June the Captain's
breakfast was badly cooked and on remonstrating with the prisoner he became
insolent - 3 days imprisonment with hard labour.
Monday 28 June 1880
The steamer "Maori" will be launched tomorrow
for the Wairoa river trade. the engines of the "Una" have been
fitted in the "Maori"
Tuesday 29 June 1880
The bush ranger Ned KELLY has been captured and taken to
Wednesday 30 June 1880
James GRAY - Hotel keeper of the Shakespeare
The new, Napier Hospital was opened today.
Thursday 01 July 1880 Missing Issue
Friday 02 July 1880
Birth MACLEAN : On 23 June, at the BNZ, Rakaia, Canterbury, the wife of
Mr C.H. MACLEAN, of a daughter
Marriage MURNANE - TYNE : At Napier on 25 June, by the
Rev. Father FOREST, Denis MURNANE, to Miss Johana TYNE, both of Napier.
Death MACLEAN : On 23 June, at the Rakaia, Canterbury,
the infant daughter of C.H. & M.E. MACLEAN
Saturday 03 July 1880
Birth CARR : On April 18, at 02 Granville Villas, Park,
Tottenham, the wife of J.E. CARR (nee Emma TANNER ), of a son
Deaths LUFF : Apr 27, at the New House Farm , Herefordshire,
Mr Joseph LUFF, youngest son of the late Henry LUFF Esq of Carnborough
House, East India Rd, London E. Aged 38 years
M'GREEVY : At Waipawa, on 02 July, Patrick M'GREEVY.
Aged 43 years. The funeral will leave his brothers residence, Mt Erin
for the Kaikora Cemetery at 2 pm Sunday
Monday 05 July 1880
Birth WESTMORELAND : At Tamumu, on 25 June, Mrs Joseph WESTMORELAND, of
A boy , Joseph MOYLE was before the court for larceny.
The police withdrew the charge and preferred an information against him
as a neglected child. The boy was sent to Burnham Industrial School for
6 years and he was to be brought up in the religion of the Church of England.
Mr & Mrs Henry LILEY, of Havelock lost their home
in Havelock, due to fire.
Mr MONKTON announces the opening of the London Photographic
Sallon. He has on sale photographs of Ned KELLY and other notorious criminals
Tuesday 06 July 1880
Mr T. DALTON of the Wanstead Hotel has disposed
of his coaching business to Mr R. TAYLOR.
Wairoa County Council.
Mr SHAW (Chairman). Messrs CARROLL, DUFF,
FRASER, FLINT, GEMMELL & STRACHAN
Wednesday 07 July 1880
The new steamer "Maori" made her first
voyage yesterday, in coming across the Western Spit and is now moored
at Watt's Wharf. This is the first steamer built here. She was built by
Messrs NORTHE & M'AULEY.
Birth M'CORMICK : At Port Ahuriri, on the 06 July, the
wife of Mr W.C. M'CORMICK, of a daughter
John STEWART - Schoolmaster at Takapau
Thursday 08 July 1880
The following deed was submitted to Judge KENNY - Karaitiana
KAHURANGI & Karanria HAWEA to Rev. S. WILLIAMS. The conveyance of
shares of the vendors Rototara Block, 85 North. Deed dated 30 Jan 1880
The Education Board invited tenders for the erection
of school buildings at Petane, Porangahau & Wainui.
Court George JACKSON charged on the information of Constable
HARVEY, with allowing his chimney to catch fire. He pleaded guilty and
was fined 5 shillings
John NORTHE was charged on the information of Geo. M'AULEY
of beating him. Geo M'AULEY stated they were in partnership building the
steamer "Maori ", when on the morning of the 30 th, the defendant
came in using foul language. He accused the witness of being lazy and
struck him. They scuffled together and witness sang ou "Murder".
NORTHE was fine
Monday 12 July 1880
Births WATKINS : On July 10, the wife of Mr R. WATKINS
of a daughter.
Mr Randall VON TEMPSKY, who had been in the office of the
New Zealand Mercantile Agency, left by the Tararua yesterday for Honolulu,
where he joins his brother Louis (one time resident of Napier ) in a cattle
Michael John BROSNAHAN aged 10, his sisters Mary Ann aged 9 and Mary Jane
aged 5 were brought up before the court under the Neglected Children Act.
Their mother died about a week ago and their father is supposed to have
drowned. They were sent to St. Mary's Orphanage in Nelson
Tuesday 13 July 1880
Birth BOURGEOIS : On Sunday 11 July at her residence in Shakespeare Rd,
the wife of Mons. E. BOURGEOIS, of a son.
Rev GAUSTADT - Norwegian by birth,is the new Lutheran
minister in the Bay.
The new steamer "Maori " has gone up the Wairoa river, and will
get 4 miles beyond Te Kapu.
Nathaniel KETTLE - manager of Murray Roberts & Co.
Thursday 15 July 1880
Mr E. PATTON - new collector of customs
Paramena ONE ONEwas charged with jumping off the train
whilst still in motion at Clive. He is one of the leading natives at Paki
Paki. Fined 10s Once again no passenger lists with names listed.
Friday 16 July 1880
Birth MAYO : On 15 July at the Empire Hotel, Napier, the
wife of W. MAYO of a daughter
G. FUSZARD, lately a furniture dealer in Hastings St.
is to be the lanlord of the Commercial Hotel, at the Spit.
Mr SCRIMGEOUR, the proprietor of the Tahoraite Hotel has disposed of his
interest to Mr CRANE, a well known coach driver in Waipawa.
A body supposed to be that of John MACDOUGALL, who has
been missing for sometime has been found in the river at Maraekakaho.
Saturday 17 July 1880
An inquest was held in Hastings before Dr. HITCHINGS on
the body of John MACDOUGALL. Hannah MACDOUGALL, wife of the deceased stated
that her husband left home on 09 May to go mustering in Patea. The jury
returned a verdict of "Found Dead"
Mr M'GLASHAN of the Clive Brewery has brewed a new beer called Horehound
Beer. It is especially brewed foe tea totallers. Predicted it will be
Wednesday 21 July 1880
Birth CALCOTT : At Mt ALEXANDER, on 10 July, the wife
of W. CALCOTT, of a son
Inquest William HARRISON- died from the effects of a fall from his horse.
He died from imflammation of the abdominal viscera.
Yesterday afternoon, the first operation was performed
in the new hospital. A boy of about 11 years had nearly the entire shaft
of one of the bones of the arm removed, for necrosis or death of the bone
The operation was performed by Dr DE LISLE and was assisted by Drs. SPENCER
Mr BALLANTINE - Schoolmaster at Patangata
Mrs THOMS - sewing mistress at Ormondville
Mr THOMS - Teacher at Ormondville
22 - 24 July 1880
Birth GALLAGHER : At Carlyle St. Napier on the 20 July, the wife
of Mr B. GALLAGHER, of a daughter.
Death EDIS : On July 02 in the hospital at Christchurch,
William EDIS, late of Napier
Mr BIRCH - sheriff of the Supreme Court.
Court Sarah Elizabeth WILSON - Had no lawful visiblemeans
of support. Her children James WILSON, William WILSON, John WILSON, CATHERINE
WILSON & Thomas WILSON were charged with being neglected children.
The children were ordered to be sent to Burnham Industrial School in Canterbury.
James - for 4 yrs, William - 5yrs, John, Catherine & Thomas for 7
yrs. All had to be brought up in the Church of England faith. Their mother
Sarah got three months imprisonment with hard labour.
Friday 23 July 1880
From Wairoa The landlord of the Clyde Hotel was fined 40 shillings and
9 s costs for selling beer on a Sunday. Mrs BEATTIE was fined 10 s for
being drunk on Sunday.
Monday 26 July 1880
Birth DANVERS : On 25 July, at Waitangi, the wife
of Alfred T. DANVERS, of a son.
Deaths SMALLWOOD : On 11 July, Eliza, wife of J.P. SMALLWOOD of Mangawai,
Auckland & mother of Mrs GRANT, Emerson St.
KELLCHER : On 23 July at Timaru, John KELLCHER, late
District Surveyor of the Wairarapa, Province of Wellington. Aged 37 years.
Brother of Mrs J.J. DERMAN, of this town
Tuesday 27 July 1880
Francis George BORZUTZKY - Gunsmith in Napier
Wednesday 28 July 1880
Birth GUILLARD : At Woodville on July 21, the wife of
P.I. GUILLARD, of a son.
T. WATERWORTH - Monumental mason in Hastings St.
Thursday 29 July 1880
Death BENT : At Timaru, on the night of 22 July, Robert
BENT, late accountant of the BNZ, Napier.
They are downgrading the police force in the area. The
six constables in HB who will be discharged on Saturday next are.
RYAN - Danevirk
MAYNE - Kopua
IRWIN - Waipukurau
WILSON - Napier
CLANEY - Spit
SMITH - Gisborne.
Horatio Hunt ANDERSON & PARATENA were charged with
removing from one place to another in the olony, 9lb gunpowder, 80 lb
shot, 2,000 percussion caps, without a licence.They were remanded
Friday 30 July 1880
Death HITCHINGS : At Wagram, Berks, Eng, on 24 March,
Harriet, relict of the late rev James HITCHINGS, who was vicar of that
parish for many years. Deceased was mother
of Mr Valentine HITCHINGS, of this province.
Saturday 31 July 1880
The sale of the township for Ormondville is advertised for September 01
C. SHARP - fruit & oyster shop in Hastings