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Aug1880 -Dec1880
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Monday 02 August 1880
Death BYRNE : At Napier Hospital on 31 July, Peter BYRNE, Constable of Police. Aged 29 years Peter BYRNE died of a severe affection ( thats what was written ) of the throat. He leaves a wife & child.

The coal seekers at Norsewood are progressing. The shaft is already down 40ft, at 60ft they expect to srike the seam
Tuesday 03 August 1880

Mr A. GRANT of Ruataniwha has purchased from the trustees in the estate of Mr John ROY, 3196 acres in the Makaretu district for 8,000 pounds.

Wednesday 04 August 1880
BDM Registrations in July. Births -40, Deaths - 07, & 06 marriage certificates were issued.
Mrs CRAWFORD of Woodville - experienced in lace making, and has made lace especially for the Queen
Lionel HARRIS - Jeweller in Napier

Thursday 05 Aug 1880
Birth HAMILTON : At Mangaturo, on 01 Aug, the wife of G.D. HAMILTON, of a daughter.

Land deeds submitted to the trust Commissioner Mr KENNY Pohuku HAPUKU & TANGATEKI conveying their share in the Ngawhakatatara block to William DOUGLAS. Reko MANGAONUKU - conveying his interst in the Pakapaka block no 2 to Hugh CAMPBELL

Court
Breach of the Sheep Act. Failing to make a return
George HESLOP
William HESLOP
Philip DOLBEL
Richard DOLBEL
Meredith BROWN
Sydney LUDBROOKE
Henry GAISFORD
Wm CARSWELL
Edward HARTSHORN
J.D. CANNING
P.E. STEVENS
J.B. HOLLIS
John LINCOLN
F.H. DROWER
D. GOLLAN
J. MERRITT
They were all fined.
06 Aug 1880
Birth PAGE : At Napier on 04 August, the wife of John PAGE, of a daughter

Constable IRVINE who was discharged when the reduction in the police took effectat the end of last month, was taken on again yesterday to replace the late Constable BYRNE

HEWSON who was convicted at the last sitting of the Supreme Court for criminal assault, received his flogging on Wednesday. Witnesses were Dr HITCHINGS, the goal surgeon, Mr BIRCH, the sheriff, Mr MILLER, the goaler. No invitations were sent to the Press - in fact, the profoundest secresy was observed. We are informed that the proceeding was little better than a farce. The prescribed 25 lashings were administered, but in such a fashion as to be no real flogging. The man's back was not cut and only on shoulder blade showed the slightest marks of the lash. It is therefore not surprising that after this precious "flogging" he put his coat on and walked off as if nothing had happened. There should be an official investigation of the affair
Monday 09 August 1880
Sir Arthur GORDON is to replace Sir Hercules ROBINSON as Governor of New Zealand. Sir Hercules has been appt. Governor of the Cape.

Thursday 12 August 1880
Following deeds were received
Henare KERUA - the Awapoini Block, 5,000 acres to Rev.
S. WILLIAMS. Dated 05 August 1880.

J.T. JOHNSON - Baker & confectioner in Hastings St
Mr SHARPE - Greengrocer in Hastings St.

Saturday 14 August 1880
Messrs BRITTEN & GLENDENNING- contractors of the building of the Port Ahuriri Bridge
Robert LAMB - architect in Emerson St

Monday 16 August 1880
Births CRANE : At Tahoraite, on 13 Aug, the wife of J.F. CRANE, of a son
WHITE : At Banks Villa, Kaikora, on 13 Aug, Mrs W. WHITE of a son.
Tuesday 17 August 1880

The man BOYD who was convicted at the last sitting of the Supreme Court on the charge of placing obstructions on the railway line, is refusing to do the work allotted to him at the gaol. The magistrate ordered that BOYD be kept in irons at his work during the next 6 months.

Mr LOUNDS - Crier for the Supreme court, a position he has held for the last 20 years
Wednesday 18 August 1880
Birth HICKEY : At Kaikora, on 15 Aug, Mrs Henry HICKEY, of a daughter

Marriage COOK - KNIGHT : On Thursday July 08 at St. John's Napier, by the Rev.de Berdt HOVELL, Frederick COOK of Pukahu, Hawkes Bay to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Mr G. KNIGHT, of Her Majesty's Civil Service Dept, London.

Education Board News
Mr BRITTAIN - Master at Makaretu & Blackburn Schools
Eva OATRIDGE - pupil teacher Gisborne School
Robert RYDER - pupil teacher Havelock
Miss SCANLON - resigned from Havelock
Fanny WOODS - Pupil teacher Hastings School
Miss A. MANEY - assistant teacher at Meanee vice Miss REEVES resigned
Te Ari School - Mr LYSNAR, the master has stated in aletter to the Board that the natives have looked the doors of the school. The Board will wait for further information before taking action

Notice Two Gentlemen, very old companions, who have settled in this district, and are in very comfortable circumstances, desire to meet with two ladies with a view to Matrimony ( they are very presentable as regards looks, etc). Pecuniary circumstances no object, the sole desire of the Gentlemen being a comfortable home.
All communications, enclosing cartes de viste, to be addressed to;
Harold MAULE "The Glen" Woodville

Thursday 19 August 1880
Death KENNY : At Ponsonby, Auckland on 17 Aug, the Hon. Colonel KENNY MLC. Late HM 73rd Perthshire Regiment.

Friday 20 August 1880 Four men went out crayfishing on Monday and were last seen in the Waikare direction and who have not been heard of since. They are George WEBB, Alexander BAIN. Edward PERRY & Charles LEAN
Saturday 21 August 1880
Tenders are invited for the shearing of 20,000 sheep at Te Mahanga Station.

Bananas have arrived in Napier from Fiji, in excellent condition.
Mrs MITCHELL - Boarding house keeper in Waipukurau

23 Aug 1880

Birth BEAR On 22 Aug, at her residence, Shakespeare Rd, the wife of Mr Percival BEAR, of a son.

The missing fishermen turned up with a full cargo of crayfish.

The newly built Port Ahuriri Bridge will be officially opened at 2.30pm this Tuesday afternoon. A half day holiday has been declared

Tuesday 24 August 1880

Annual Elections On 27 April 1880, the Governor by proclamation, divided the Borough of Napier into three wards, North, Central & South Wards. The annual elections of councillors will be held on Thursday 09 Sept. Nominations, close Thursday 02 Sept. George W. CULLEN - Returning Officer

Mr RITCHIE - Printer in Emerson St
David LEVI - Tobacconist in Hastings St
C. TAYLOR - Boot & Shoemaker in Hastings

Wednesday 25 August 1880
Port Ahuriri Bridge was officially opened yesterday by the Mayor. The Mayoral party drove over the bridge to a luncheon that was held at the Petane Hotel.
Thursday 26 August 1880
Death PRICE : At Wellington, Aug 25, Harry Robert, eldest son of Alfred Henry PRICE of Whanguehu, Hawkes Bay. Aged 13 years
Friday 27 August 1880
Wairoa - A woman named Mrs TATTON was charged with being a lunatic at large, was brought up at the R.M. Court today and remanded to Napier.

Waipawa Court
Murdoch M'KENZIE - Te Aute Hotel, was charged with selling liqour to a drunken man, namely Thomas FERN. Charged dismissed
Saturday 28 August 1880
Births IRWIN : At Napier on Aug 27, the wife of Britton IRWIN, of a son.
TWIGG : At Petane Grange on Aug 26, the wife of H.J. TWIGG of a daughter
JOLL : At Harewood, Hastings on Aug 21, the wife of D.J. JOLL of a daughter

Marriage CHAMBERS - ARTHUR : At Gisborne on 29 July, by the Rev. J. McARA, at the residence of the brides brother, William Knox, eldest son of John CHAMBERS esq, of Te Mata H.B. to Frances Louisa, only daughter of the late F.R. Arthur Esq, Southhampton, Hants, England.

Gisborne - News was received today of the death of John GREENING, aged 74 years. Better known as "Happy Jack", of the Mahia near Walkers Station. He was an old whaler who had resided for the last 40 years at Mahia, near Portland Island. Mr George WALKER had all the possible attention bestowed upon the deceased during his illness. A large tangi is to be held
Monday 30 Aug 1880
Birth MORICE : At the manse, Balclutha on 12 Aug, the wife of the Rev George MORICE, of a daughter

ABRAHAMS : On June 10 1880, at Leah House, Speedwell Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham, the wife of A. Wolf ABRAHAMS, of a son.

Tuesday 31 August 1880
Peter Ferguson MACDONALD was found dead in his bed at the Taradale Hotel yesterday. He was a native of Dunkeld, Scotland and was about 47 years old. Inquest held by Dr. HITCHINGS.
Witnesses
Alexander MACDONALD - Licensee of the Taradale Hotel
David SUTHERLAND - shepherd at Mr WARREN's satation, Patea.
Dr DE LISLE - performed the post mortem. Article goes into great detail about the post
mortem. Verdict - disease of the heart.

Wednesday 01 September 1880

Death HAMILTON : At Mangaroto, on 29 August, Gwendolen Christine, infant daughter, of G.D. HAMILTON.

The San Francisco Mail brought out news of the marriage in London of Mr J.J. TYLEE to Mrs MACGREGOR, widow of the late Col. MACGREGOR

Philip Hansen KING, died at Waiuku, last night. He was the oldest colonist in New Zealand, having arrived at the Bay of Islands, Xmas day 1814. He was then 16 months old. His brother is the oldest born colonist.

Thursday 02 Sept 1880
Marriage SNELLER - BRETT : On Aug 25, at St.Johns Napier, By the Rev DE BERDT HOVELL, George SNELLER to Elizabeth BRETT, both of Meanee
Trust Commissioner hasreceived another deed for investigation. It was aease for 21 years of the Putere Block, 18,323 acres, at annual rental of 100 pounds. Toha RAHURAHU & others
to Hugh M'LEAN.

95 sections were offered for sale in the Ormondville township.
34 were sold, realizing 411 pounds 19 shillings and 9 pence.
The following were prosecuted for failing to sent in their sheep numbers
BOYLE - James
KIRKPATRICK - Duncan
COOPER - John
SIM - John
MANEY - R.D.
HASSELL - Adam
RUSSELL - Henry .R
TOMOANA - Henare
The following were also charged but at a different rate as they were most probably in ignorance of the strictness of the law.
KELLY - John
KAIWHATu - Kaura
TAKAMOANA - Hirini
TEPUNA - Peni
MATUA - Tepini
TOHARIRI - TAIRA
WHAKAPOUKAWA - Rahana
TAUROKI - ihaka

Friday 03 Sept 1880

Mr James ARMSTRONG of the Akieto & Ohanga Stations , and his nephew Archie ARMSTRONG, have been drowned while crossing the Akiteo River with cattle. James left a widoe and 4 children

Mr W. H. JONES - Veterinary Surgeon in Napier

Municipal Elections The following nominations were received yesterday for councillors in the up coming Borough Elections. North Ward
COTTON - Daniel
DRANSFIELD - Samuel ROUTLEDGE
ELLIS - George
ELLISON - Henry
LEONARD - Joseph
Central Ward
ASHTON - Edward
BOWMAN - George
LARGE - James Stanistreet
M'KAY - Angus
OLIVER - William
SMITH - Charles Henry
DE LISLE - Dr Frederic Irving
South Ward
FAULKNOR - George
SWAN - George Henry
M'VAY - James
MONTEITH - Henry
RENOUF - Henry
TUXFORD - Franklin
There are to be three councillors elected for each ward.

Saturday 04 sept 1880

Napier Hospital . The accomodation is so superior, that several patients who are not of the class who usually go to hospital, have prefered to be moved there. Of course they pay for the accomodation

Monday 06 Sept 1880

Births BIRD : At Woodlands, Wallingford, on 03 Sept, the wife of Mr J.BIRD, of a son.

REDWARD : At Port Ahuriri, on the 04 Sept, the wife of Thomas REDWARD, of a daughter.

Death OLIVER : At Carlyle St, on 03 Sept, Lena, infant daughter of W.& H.J. OLIVER. Aged 1 year and 9 months

Tuesday 07 Sept 1880
Birth LAMB : At Napier, on 05 Sept, the wife of Robert LAMB, of a son.

George BOWMAN has retired from the electoral race.
Norman SINCLAIR - clerk in Bank of Australasia
R.A.D. MOWBRAY - Teller in Union Bank of Australia.
Daniel COTTON - cab proprietor
George HOBBS - coach driver

Wednesday 08 Sept 1880

Licensing Court
John ASHTON - Napier Hotel, White Rd. Granted a license.
Transfer of the license of the Commercial Hotel from George.H. SWAN to
George E. FUZSARD, granted.
A big concern about urinals not being in the following hotels. Clarendon, Albion, Victoria, Exchange, Shakespeare & Ferry.

Thursday 09 Sept 1880

Death RICHARDSON : At Napier, on 08 Sept, Elizabeth Ann RICHARDSON. Aged 26 years. Her funeral will leave her late residence, Dickens st, tomorrow at 3pm.

Joseph WARD - labourer at Kopua has died .Fell down dead

Friday 10 Sept 1880

Deaths O'HANLAN : On 08 Sept, at her residence, New Taradale Rd, Teresa O'HANLON. Aged 35 years. The funeral will leave the Meanee Church at 9 o'clock on Saturday morning.

CHISHOLM : At the house of Mr John PALMER, Waipukurau, on 08 Sept, John CHISHOLM Esq, Bowmore, Islay, Scotland

RICHARDSON : At Napier on 08 Sept, Elizabeth Ann, beloved wife of Julian RICHARDSON.

Saturday 11 Sept 1880 Election Results
North Ward
ELLIS George - 190
COTTON Daniel - 185
LEONARD Joseph - 138
ELLISON Henry - 135
DRANSFIELD Samuel R - 74
ELLIS, COTTON & LEONARD are duly elected

Central Ward
M'KAY Angus - 254
DE LISLE Frederic - 229
OLIVER William - 209
LARGE James - 165
ASHTON Edward - 86
SMITH Charles - 15
M'KAY, DE LISLE & OLIVER are duly elected

South WArd
MONTEITH Harry - 157
SWAN George - 143
M'VAY John - 132
FAULKNOR George - 119
TUXFORD Franklin - 104
RENOUF Henry - 72
MONTEITH, SWAN & M'VAY are duly elected
Monday 13 Sept 1880

Birth WILSON : At Napier, on 12 Sept, the wife of H.C. Wilson , of a daughter

Death WATT : On Sept 12, at his residence, White Rd, Napier, Samuel WATT. Aged 74 years

Thomas John CARRUTHERS - baker in Waipawa

The memorial window has now been put in at the Porangahau Episcopalian Church. It was presented by Mr John D. CANNING , of Oakbourne, in memory of his late brother Mr Davis CANNING

Tuesday 14 Sept 1880

Civil Court AMNER v GIDNEY - Claim 2 pounds 11 shillings and 3d, for work done. Judgement for the plantiff, with costs.

Wednesday 15 Sept 1880
Mr William BALFOUR from Mohaka is in a serious condition, after a fall from a horse. The Maori could not get in to pick him up, due to the heavy seas.

Licensing Court John KELLY - Licensee for the new Hastings Hotel Transfer of the Pacific Hotel from Havelock to Hastings - granted.

Rudolph VON MIRBACH - Medical Practitoner in Waipawa

Thursday 16 Sept 1880

Death CASHMORE : At Auckland, on 14 Sept, Robert CASHMORE, late of Napier

From the Trust Commissioner. Another deed for investigation. COnveying the interest of HARONU in the Matapiro Block 56N to J.W. RICH & Walter SHRIMPTON

Mr G. DIXON - Eskdale,
Petane is now suppling milk at a cheaper cost . This is due to the Port
Ahuriri Bridge being open.
Walter KIRKHAM - Laborer in Taradale
Charles EMERY - Carpenter in Petane
Alexander ROWE - Contractor in Patea
J.W. BATHAM - District Land Registrar for the Hawkes Bay.

Mr John GLENNY, is to offer for sale early in October, sections in the township of Ongar, situated in the centre of the Rutaniwha Plains

Friday 17 Sept 1880
Birth BELLSHAW : At Woodville on 15 Sept, the wife of John BELLSHAW, of a son

BYRNE : at the Napier Hospital, on 16 Sept, the widow of the Constable BYRNE, of a posthumous daughter

Death WILSON : At Napier, on Sept 16, Muriel, infant daughter of Rosa Harman & Henry Charles WILSON.

Inspector SCULLY -Licensing Officer under the Arms Act
Sgt O'MALLEY - Inspector of weights & measures.

1881 Hawkes Bay Almanac & Directory will be printed in early December

Saturday 18 Sept 1880
Birth GARDINER : At Napier, on 17 Sept, the wife of H.D. GARDINER, of a son

Death SMITH : At Port Ahuriri, on 11 Sept, the beloved wife of J.J. SMITH. Aged 32 years.

Monday 20 Sept 1880
Harald MICHEALSEN - Fancy Goods Dealer in Napier
J. B. ILLINGWORTH - Manager of the Boiling down establishment at Clive

Tuesday 21 Sept 1880
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Henry POWER- Has the Billard Room at the Empire
The census , just completed in the USA, shows their population to be 49,000,000.

Edward BUCKMAN - Builder of Kaikora
W.A. BEECROFT - Poundkeeper at Hastings

Wednesday 22 Sept 1880
Deaths BIRD : At Wallingford, on 19 Sept,the wife of Mr J. BIRD. Aged 28 years

HUTCHINS : At Napier, on 20 Sept,John, eldest son of William & Ann HUTCHINS, of Moreton, Essex, England.

Mr M'GLASHAN - Waitangi Brewery, Farndon, says that Hore Hound beer has become a favourite beverage and that demand is keeping up with supply.The drink for tee totallers

C. HORNBLOW - Has the Billard Room at the Provincial

Members of the Temperance bodies are requested to the funeral of Mr John HUTCHINS, P.W.C.T. this afternoon.

Mr F. CAMPBELL, son of Mr J. Hunter CAMPBELL, of Kaikora, has been appointed interpreter to the Maori prisoners at Lyttletone

Thursday 23 Sept 1880
George BEAMISH - Registrar of Births, Marriages & Deaths for the Wairoa District
William John GRAHAM - Shoemaker in Clive
Friday 24 Sept 1880
Archibald M'LEAN - Breeder of Cydesdales at Maraekakaho
Edward HUGHES - Storekeeper in Carlyle st
Samuel GASCOIGNE - Leasing the new stables attached to the Hastings Hotel
Henry WILDING - Accountant in Waipukurau.
Mr.E. HIGGINS- Owns a butchery in Hastings St, called the Napier City Butchery
Saturday 25 Sept 1880

Birth FANNIN : At Napier, on 24 Sept, the wife of G.T. FANNIN, of a son
Tuesday 28 Sept 1880
Birth HOVELL : On Monday Sept 27, the wife of the Rev de Berdt HOVELL, of a daughter.

Marriage MURRAY - RUSSELL : On 21 July, at Kew Terrace, Glasgow, Scotland, by the Rev. J. MACGREGOR, assisted by the Rev. A. STORRY, Charles C. MURRAY, of Napier N.Z. Fourth son of John MURRAY esq, of Glenmayne, Galashiels, to Louisa Wingate, second daughter of William RUSSELL Esq, of Ardpeaton House, Dumbertshire.

William BRAYBROOK - Tailor, Porangahau has lost his home to fire.
Mr H. ALLEY - Havelock has lost his home to fire.

Wednesday 29 Sept 1880

Birth SMITH : On Sept 28, the wife of J.P. SMITH, of a daughter

John COLLINGE - Collector of the Rabbit Tax for HB County

A well bred Kangaroo dog is advertised for sale.

Thursday 30 Sept 1880

Birth BRIDEN : On Tuesday 28 Sept, the wife of J.C. BRIDEN, of a daughter.

Death LANGLEY : On 29 Sept, at his residence, Cameron Rd, Napier, John LANGLEY of the firm John LANGLEY & NEWMAN. Aged 36 years.

Thomas ALDRIDGE- Inspector of Slaughterhoses
Charles A. EWEn - Bank Agent at BNZ , Waipawa

Friday 01 Oct 1880

Thomas WHITE has been brought to Npier for medical attention.

The township of Ongar will be sold by auction on the 14 October 1880. It is on the main
road between Takapau & Hampden. The prpoerty adjoins that of Mr H.H. BRIDGE
& the Onga Onga Stream. The streets are named after various residents in
the neighbourhood. Bridge Street taking the place of honour. Sections vary
in size, from a quarter to half an acre, but there are several larger sections
on the outskirts.

Saturday 02 Oct 1880

From the ranger reporting on the Ormondville Settlement.
The owners are compelled to live on their sections from their third to
seventh year of ownership.


Monday 04 Oct 1880

Marriage

WELSH - SMITH : On Sept 27, at St Johns, Napier, by the
Right Rev the Lord of Waiapu, Walter WELSH, late of Worcester, England
to Emma Sophia, only daughter of David Smith esq, of London, England.

Mr. J. LEONARD, has we understand decided to relinquish his business in Napier,
so he will have to resign his seat on the Borough Council

Ataneta MATARIKI
of Takapau was burnt to death on the morning of Wednesday last. Cause -
house fire.

Napier Banks
E. MOORE - Manager - Union Bank of Australia
T.W. BALFOUR -Manager BNZ
W. Ulick. BURKE -Manager Bank of New South Wales
W. KNOWLEs -Manager National Bank of NZ
C.B. WINTER - Manager Bank of Australasia
R.B. LITTLEJOHN -Manager Colonial Bank of NZ
Waipawa
Robt B. SMITH - Acting Manager Bank of Australasia
Chas. A. EWEN - Agent- BNZ
Waipukurau
B. C. MOUNIER - Agent- Union Bank of Australia
M. CLELAND - Agent - BNZ


Tuesday 05 Oct 1880

BirthDENHOLM : At Port Ahuriri, on Oct 03, the wife of Mr W. DENHOLM, of a son.

Mr FEATON - Officer in charge of the Gisborne Land Office

Wed 06 Oct 1880

Births
CLARK : At Kaikora, on Oct 02, Mrs Charles CLARK, of a daughter.
SMITH : At Mangatoro. on 27 Sept, the wife of R. SMITH, of a son
SHEATH : At Napier, on 05 Oct, the wife of Austin. P. SHEATH, of a daughter.

 

Friday 08 Oct 1880

Death TANCRED : At Napier, on 07 Oct, Sir Thomas TANCRED, Bart: Aged 70 years.

The paper was full of results from the A& P Show.
James Palmer BLACK of Nelson has applied for the patent for an escape door fastening.
William REARDON - Bootmaker in Napier.
Saturday 9 Oct 1880

Marriage TYLEE - MACGREGOR : On 18 Aug, at Kingsley, near Alton, Hants, by the Rev C.B. WALSH,Vicar, John T. TYLEE, Esq, Commissioner of Crown Lands, Hawkes Bay, to Margaret, widow of R.H. MACGREGOR, formerly Lieut Colonel, Commanding 65 th Regiment

Col WHITEMORE's Clive Grange Estate of 4,600 acres, with 13,000 sheep, 250 head of cattle, working horses and plant has been sold for 50,000 pounds net.

Monday 11 Oct 1880

Death WILKES : At Napier, on 09 Oct, James Adam WILKES. Aged 40 years, only son of Samuel Wilkes Esq of Birmingham.

A Wanganui "ham " sold after a tea meeting the other night, was found to be a dummy made of totara, neatly greased and smoked.

Thos. A. PEPPERCORNE- Municipal Engineer handed in his resignation to take effect the last day of December 1880. He had held the position for nearly 6 years.

T. BOWES - Pound keeper in Napier
Wm CARSWELL - Milk vendor, Petane

Tuesday 12 Oct 1880

Kopua Court
Edward PLANK - Charged with unlawfully insulting the teacher of Ormondville School, Mr TOMS, in the presence of the pupils.
Charged on the information of MrJohn BRABAZON, Chairman of the Ormondville
School. Fined 2s

Birth St. CLAIR : At Coote Rd, Napier, on 11 Oct, the wife of J.M. St.CLAIR, of a son.

Mr SHIRLEY of the Masonic Hotel has added a large bath for hot & cold water, lavatories - which will prove a great convenience to the boarders and visitors to the hotel
Wed 13 Oct 1880

Birth MEBAN : At Port Ahuriri, on Oct 11, the wife of William MEBAN, of a daughter (stillborn)

William SUTHERLAND - Mail carrier, Hastings
Thursday 14 Oct 1880

Trust Commission
Another Deed for investigation.
Deed of conveyance (in trust for the purposes
of the Roman Catholic Church) of Kariraana Block 53N, from Paramena ONE
ONE to Right Rev. Francis REDWOOD and Christopher SOULASS.
United Insurance Co.
D. BALHARRY - Agent for the Hawkes Bay
Sub Agents
John WHITE - Porongahau
Edward SINCLAIR - Waipawa
Eldred BECK - West Clive
Charles HAMMER - Wairoa

Francis MALCOLM - telegraph linesman
H.W. HARRINGTON - Officer in charge of Napier Telegraph Office
Richard Williams - Inspector of Nuisances
Friday 15 Oct 1880
Marriage PRIME - MARTIN : On Oct, 12, at Trinity Church, Napier, by the Rev. W. C. OLIVER, Walter Lambert, eldest son of Mr J. Watson PRIME of Auckland, to Mary Utley, eldest daughter of Mr John MARTIN of Napier

Death DYKES : At Normanby, on Oct 12, Archibald DYKES. Aged 40 years.

Wool, from Mr C & J NAIRN's satation, Pourerere, will be this year shipped from Napier for the first time. Part of the clip of over 600 bales is already being shipped onboard the Chaudiere. The NZ Shipping Co have put up a dumping press at Blackhead

Victoria Insurance Co
Brooking & Smith - Agents for the Bay
Sub Agents
E. BIBBY - Waipukurau
J.L. STERRY - Waipukurau
G.R. GRANT - Hastings & Havelock


Saturday 16 Oct 1880

A Meeting is to be held about the establishment of a woollen factory in the Hawkes Bay. The meeting is being called by George ELLIS

18 month old Isabella GUTHRIE of Karere, near Palmerston North, grand daughter of the Hon Mr BRYCE has died from phosphorous poisoning - after eating the heads off matches

Archibald B. THOMSON - headmaster of Napier District School
James Franklin WHITE - Sheep farmer - Te Aute

Wed 20 Oct 1880

Birth PALMER : At Napier, on 19 Oct, the wife of C. PALMER, of a daughter

Marriage WATT - MOSSMAN : On 13 Oct, at the residence of the brides parents, by the Rev.J.U. SPENCE, David Bruce, second son of the late James Haldane WATT, to Mary Esther, eldest daughter of Thomas MOSSMAN Esq, of Waipawa

Deaths TOOP : On 18 Oct, at his residence, Milton Road, Napier, after a long and painful illness, G.E. TOOP. Aged 34 years.

REDMAN : At Napier Hospital, on 19 Oct, Charles F. REDMAN, late of Wilcott, Marlborough, Wilts, Eng. Aged 19 years. The funeral will leave the hospital at 3.45 pm this day.

Charles. H. LAW - pupil teacher at Napier School
Neil FRIBERG - pupil teacher at Norsewood School, but without salary as he is under the required age.
Miss Rosie - teacher at Waerengahika School
Laura SMITH - teacher at Onga Onga

Thursday 21 Oct 1880
George BROWNE - recent arrival from Gisborne is the new organist and choir-master at St. John', Napier
Mr A. LEVI is to leave Napier to live in Australia
Friday 22 Oct 1880
Part of the Whare-o-maranui Reserve (1770 acres) will be offered by auction today. William George M'LAUGHLAN - contractor in Hampden

Saturday 23 Oct 1880

Births O'MALLEY ; On 22 Oct, at Napier, the wife of Sgt James O'MALLEY, of a son

ELLINGHAM : On the 19 Oct, at Waipukurau, Mrs H. ELLINGHAM, of a son
Monday 25 Oct 1880
Birth TENNANT : At Danevirk, on Oct 22, the wife of A.P. TENNANT, of a son

Death M'INTYRE : At Clive, on Oct 23, David M'INTYRE. The funeral will leave his late residence at 1.00 pm this day. Friends are invited.

Mr Alexander MUNRO ,of Wanganui ,has been ordered to act as Sheep & Cattle Inspector at Napier, as Col. WHITE has resigned
Tuesday 26 Oct 1880

Birth HATCH : On Oct 17, at West Clive, wife of R.H. HATCH, of a daughter.

Marriage HARTLEY - MURRAY : At Napier, on 26 Sept, by the Rev. C. OLIVER, Wright HARTLEY of Napier to Mary Ann Jane MURRAY of Auckland.

Deaths MYHILL :At Napier, on Oct 25, George, the fourth son of Robert & Jane MYHILL. Aged 7 weeks.

STEVEN : On Oct 25, at Kaikora, at the residence of her son in law, Edward WATTS, Susan Graham, beloved wife of John STEVEN. Aged 75 years. The funeral will leave for the Kaikora Cemetery, tomorrow at 2.00pm

Sealed tenders are now called for the 5 year lease of the Whare -0-MARAENUI Block.

Wednesday 27 Oct 1880 Missing Issue

Friday 29 Oct 1880

Birth ADAIR : On 28 Oct, at Kaikora Hotel, Mrs W. ADAIR, of a daughter.

Mr E. PLANK, late of Christchurch, has purchased the Commercial Hotel from Mr FUSZARD.
Saturday 30 Oct 1880

Birth MARSHALL : At Meanee, on Oct 28, wife of John MARSHALL, of a daughter.

Judge Fenton accompanied by Mr GREY, Clerk of the Court & Wi HIKAIRO, Native Assesor are on board the Tararua. The Native Land Court sits on Monday.

Francis MURROW, aged 11 years was in court for stealing 1/6d from the butcher, Mr HIGGINS. The boys father said he had no control over him. The boy was ordered to St. Mary's Orphanage, Nelson for 5 years and is to be brought up in the Roman Catholic Religion.

Mr Susan STEVEN of Kaikora, who died last Monday, was one of the earliest settlers in the Hawkes Bay, having arrived here in 1855. Her and her husband, John STEVEN, resided in Carlyle St, Napier for some years. Mr Steven later ran the Post Office at Kaikora. Four of her grandsons were pall bearers and the Rev. R. FRASER officiated at the grave.

Monday 01 Nov 1880

Birth HASTIE : At Napier on Oct 31, the wife of R.C. HASTIE, of a son (stillborn).

Death BATLEY : At Rangipo, Taupo, on 14 Oct, Greyme Robert, infant son of Robert T & Emily BATLEY. Aged 6 months.

Mr Robert DOBSON, Manager of New Zealand Insurance Co in Napier left on the schooner Silver Cloud for Newcastle. The sea voyage is expected to thoroughly recuperate him.
Tuesday 02 Nov 1880

On 30 November, sections in the township of Uawa, Tolaga Bay, will be offered for sale.

Wednesday 03 Nov 1880

Constable W.T. RAYMOND, of Havelock, has resigned his position.

A Chinaman, named Ah Ji, was fined at the R.M. Court in Auckland on Tuesday for drunkenness. It was the first case in Auckland of a celestial drunkard.

Thursday 04 Nov 1880
Mr E. PATTON - Collector of Customs
Constable LAWLESS has come from Wellington to relieve Constable RAYMOND at Hastings.
Alexander TODD - carpenter at Petane

Friday 05 Nov 1880
The only business before the Land Court today was the investigation of two succession claims . Orders were made in favour of Mrs Elizabeth SMITH, half caste (sister of the late Capt. Francis FLUNIE) for section 333, town of Napier, and in favor of Paora KAIWHATA, to suceed to the interst of Horopapera HARURU, in the Kohurau Block No 2, now under lease to Mr KINROSS.

SAturday 06 Nov 1880
The Edinburgh Brewery in Clive, is advertised for sale.
David LEWIS, a shepherd for Mr R.D. MANEY at Mangoaruhe, has been missing for two days. Is supposed to have drowned after leaving the Maru Maru Hotel on Wednesday night.
Napier Hospital Following are operations performed at the hospital in the last month.
Necrosis of rib & arm by Dr DE LISLE upon Royal WILKINS
Excision of head of forefinger by Dr Spencer on Richard NEAGLE Hydrocele - by Dr MENZIES on Roderick MACRAE
Extraction of foreign body from a joint by Dr MENZIES on Maria HARVEY. ( It was a sewing needle from her knee).
Necrosis of thigh bone by Dr MENZIES on Ellen ONION
Tying varicose vein by Drs MENZIES & SPENCER on Phoebe KELSALL.
Aspiration of knee joint by Drs MENZIES & SPENCER on ABEDNEGO, a native.
Miss STENSON - Acting Matron.

D.T, TATTERSALL - Clerk, Rates Collector & Overseer for the Eparaima Road Board
Monday 08 Nov 1880
Birth FLYNN : On 07 Nov, the wife of J. FLYNN, Shakespeare Rd, of a son

The body of David LEWIS has been found in 40ft of water, 200 yards from where he is supposed to have fallen in. Verdict of the inquest - accidental death

Nominations are to be called for the Mayoralty and the 24 inst, is the date for the election, if one be necessary.

Tuesday 09 Nov 1880
Mr VILLIERS, new coach, built to run between Napier and Petane is named The Pioneer. It was built in Mr FORSTERS est. in Napier and is the first vehicle of the kind to be built in the district. It will seat 20 passengers comfortably.

Spencer SUTTON - butcherin Te Aute
Wednesday 10 Nov 1880
Birth VICKERMAN : At Cameron Rd, Napier, on 08 Nov, the wife of Edward R. VICKERMAN, of a son

Thursday 11 Nov 1880
Trust Commissioner Another deed for investigation. Deed conveying the undivided share of Peni TE UTA in Maga teretere Block to Frederick NELSON

Native Land Court Re : Pukehamoamoa This was a claim to a block of land about 5,000 acres, near Okawa, agreed to be sold to Thomas LOWRY.
Renata KAWEPO was the claimant, with Ani KANARA, Haromi TE
ATA & ARAPERA as counter claimants.
KAWEPO had let Thomas LOWRY rent the land in 1858 and he had claimed all the rent for himself.
A pakeha, George P. DONNELLY had married into the tribe and through his mother in law, Haromi TE ATA, had commenced to put in claims. KAWEPO and the three women all came from the same ancestor, TE UAMAIRANGI. The Chief Judge said that the pakeha influence had brought great unhappiness and misery to the tribe. Court would make their ruling in the morning.
Friday 12 Nov 1880
Birth DEWES : At Napier on 11 Nov, the wife of A.C. DEWES, of a son
The body of a man named Peter JOHANSEN was found on the main road at Danevirk yesterday
William CHAMBERS - brickmaker at Hastings has had a serious fall from a horse.

Melbourne Thursday 11 Nov 1880 the execution of Ned KELLY, took place this morning. The proceedings were carried out in private, the gaol afficals alone being the only ones present

Native Land Court Re : Pukehamoamoa. The sole ownership of Renata KAWEPO had been disallowed. The chief judge would take all the names of other counter claimants. The first of these being old chief TAREHA. He spoke for two hours, claiming a share in the block. The court rose until the morning
Saturday 13 Nov 1880
The Messrs BEETHAM - Brancepeth Station, on Nov 01 commenced shearing 47,000 sheep.

Re Pukehamoamoa First witness called Raniera TE AHIKO, a fine man of more than 80 years who remembered the two ancestors, TE UAMAIRANGI & TUHOTUARIKI ( the roots of the title) and was present at their burial in the remote past. His evidence went on to show that the land came into the possession of TUHOTUARIKI through his two wives, RANGARONGA and WHARETAWAI, both of whom he survived, retaining possession of the land himself. there being no direct living representativee of TUHOTUARIKI, the title had to be searched for in the collateral branches. His honour said he was strongly reminded of the prophet of old who was sent to bless but ended up doing the other thing.. According to the tables, Hemi & Hohepa, the two young men put forward by KAWEPO, were the only true owners of the block. The judge would give his full decision tomorrow
Monday 15 Nov 1880
.Birth CLARKE : At waimate, Bay of Islands, on Nov 10, the wife of Marsden CLARKE, of a son.

Marriage ELBOURNE - CLARKE : On the 02 inst, at St Mary Abbot's, Kensington, by the Rev. Herbert VENABLES, William ELBOURNE of Puketapu, Hawkes Bay New Zealand, youngest son of Samuel ELBOURNE Snr of Bassingbourne to Eliza, eldest daughter of yhe late Thomas CLARKE of Bassingbourne, Cambs

Death M'LEAN : At Waipawa, on 14 Nov, Neil M'LEAN, killed by a fall from his horse. The funeral will leave the Waipawa otel for the Kaikora Cemetery at 3 o'clock this afternoon.

Madame FRANZINI - celebrated bicyclist, is in town for a show.
Native Land Court Re: Pukehamoamoa. The Judge delivered his judgement. They would not split up this estate and under the existing circumstances we have determined to prohibit the alienation of this land for the present. We think we may allow it to be leased for a term of years, but unless the owners can agree as to the shares, we have decided on making the inalienable during the lifetime of Renata KAWEPO. After that the court can consider the matter further. an order. (This rather a lenghty article and I have abridged it. Anyone with an interest in this , please contact me and I will forward the complete work)
Re : Otamuri The two claimants TE MUERA & Ani KANARA asked the court to proceed with a subdivision of interest in this block, in pursuance of Sectio II of the Native Lands Act 1878. Renata KAWEPO opposed the partition on the ground that the title was analagous to Pukehamoamoa and involved the same abstract consideration. The court adjourned the matter until Wednesday next
Tuesday 16 Nov 1880

Death STOKES : Sept 18, at Bayswater, J.M. STOKES MD, of Hawkes Bay . Aged 67 years. From the home papers in the last mail , it is recorded, the death in London of Dr. STOKES of Milbourne Station HB.

An inquest was held in Danevirk before Mr FOUNTAIN JP, on Peter JOHANSEN. Verdict - Found dead

Madame FRANZINI performed on her bicycle at the Theatre Royal last night. Seated on the machine on a side saddle, she worked her way up and down and in and out of lines of bottles which were lighted with torches. She also jumped off her bike while it was at full speed and even knelt on the seat while the bike was moving.
Wednesday 17 Nov 1880
Mrs HIGGINS - Sewing Mistress at Ormond School
Mr GUSH - has resigned his position of Headmaster at Port Ahuriri
Miss A. BALDWIN - pupil teacher at Meanee
Settlers in the Patutahi District, Poverty Bay have asked for a school to be built in their district.

Thursday 18 Nov 1880
John SMITH -Publican Shamrock Hotel, Awatoto
Thomas REYNOLDS - Hotel keeper at Havelock
Catherine & Murdoch M'KENZIE - Hotel at Te Aute

Native Land Court Re: Otamuri. The case was adjourned

Friday 19 Nov 1880
At noon yesterday the only nomination for Mayor was Mr VAUTIER, who was therefore duly elected.

Land Office The following applications were received at the Land Office on deferred payment and required deposit paid.
Norsewood District
Block 3
Section 07- 47 acres 02 roods - 59 pounds 7/6d - W.M. CLARK.
Section 10 - 49 acres 03 roods 20 perches - 74 pounds 16/3d - Jacob JACOBSEN.
Section 24 - 50 acres - 75 pounds - Jeremiah SULLIVAN
Section 26 - 50 acres - 75 pounds - John O'HARA
Section 28 - 50 acres - 75 pounds - C.A. BRUFORD
Section 29 - 156 acres 02 roods - 156 pounds 10s - Olaf JOHANSEN
Block 6
Section 03 - 50 acres - 62 pounds 10s - Malachi GRIBBLE
Section 08- 50 acres - 75 pounds 1/11d - Matthew HUTCHINSON
Section 10 - 69 acres 03 roods - 87 pounds 3/9d - William YOUNGMAN

Takapau District
Block 5 Section 87 - 54 acres 02 roods 05 perches - 54 pounds 10/8d - L. MATHIESON

For section 05 Block 06,
Norsewood, 50 acres- 75 pounds, there were two applicants, J.H. CREAM & John WOOD. The right to occupy the section will be decided by auction between the two applicants.
There were five sections for which no applications were received

Saturday 20 Nov 1880
Mr & Mrs J.T. TYLEE arrive fro England by the Rotomahana this morning.

Monday 22 Nov 1880
Alexander M'LEAN a small farmer living on the banks of the Waiapoua River was found drowned in the river opposite the Ormond Police Court on Wednesday night. He has no relations in the colony.
Tuesday 23 Nov 1880
Summonses have been issued against several persons for bathing in the Tutaekuri River. The cases will, we understand come before the Magistrate tomorrow.

Wednesday 24 Nov 1880

Oscar KROGH, the diver, left by the Rosina last night for Gisborne to assist in the recovery of the barque Lochnagars, anchor

Births PASLEY : On Nov 22, at Sea Point, the wife of R.C. PASLEY, of a daughter

HORNE : on Tuesday 23 Nov, at Kaikora, the wife of William HORNE, of a daughter

Death M"LEAN : At Napier, this morning, at 2.00 am, Catherine, the wife of Captain Arcibald M'LEAN, of Glenorchy, Maraekakaho. Aged 66 years. The funeral will leave Mr BLYTHES residence, Shakespeare Road, tomorrow at 2.30 pm

The first batch of summonses under the Property Assessment Act were issued yesterday. The cases will be heard on 01 Dec. Commissioner of Crown Lands . Offers for sale , for cash, a number of sections in the Ngamoko Block, near Norsewood
Thursday 25 Nov 1880

Births WAITE : At Port Ahuriri, on Nov 23, the wife of William Waite, of a son

TODD : At Napier, on Nov 23, the wife of Thomas TODD, of a son

CHRISTY : At the Exchange Hotel, Carlyle St, on Nov 24, Mrs CHRISTY, of a daughter.

At sale of the crown land yesterday, all but 4 sections passed the hammer, the upset price only being realised. Mr LOCKE purchased the whole of the Ngamoko Block sections, with the exception of sections 13 & 23. The total area brought by Mr LOCKE amounted to 694 acres 3 rood & 20 perches. The price being 974 pounds 8 /10d.
The block of 98 acres in the Makaretu Reserve fell to F. DENNAN at the upset price of 1 pound per acre.

Victoria Special Settlement 50 acres - 50 pounds- G. PERFECT, the purchaser

Patrick CAVANAGH, aged 15 years - was charged with indecency, in bathing in the Tutaekuri River. The case was dismissed as the witness was 150 yards away from the defendant and could not determine the sex. The charges against eight others were dismissed.

W.F. SHAW - re elected Chairman of Wairoa County Council

Friday 26 Nov 1880
The Te Aute Hotel was totally destroyed by fire yesterday morning. The hotel was owned by Mr H. WILLIAMS of Napier and occupied by Murdoch M'KENZIE.

Capt PORTER was yesterday elected Mayor of Gisborne, after a close contest with Mr F. CRAWFORD.

Saturday 27 Nov 1880
Waste Land Board The following had completed the improvements required and had taken up their land.
Norsewood
SCHAARE Jacob - Section 125
OLSEN Andreas - Sections 135 & 136
MAGNUSSEN .P - Sect 70
THOMESEN Anton - Sect 50
ANDERSON. K - Sect 24
TORSTENSEN Teodere - Sect 48
OLSEN Ole - Sect 25
FREDERICKSEN Zacharias - Sect 47
ANDERSEN Jens - Sect 39

Makaretu
HENTAKKE J.F. - Application 175

The following are allowed another six months to complete the necessary fencing
DALBY Andres- Sect 33 - Danevirk
JENSEN Hans Peter - Sect 32 - Danevirk
CHRISTIANSEN Christian - Sect 18 - Norsewood
SKGOTH Jens - Sect 138 - Norsewood
Richard ALDERMAN application 148 and Cornelius NEIL application 151 have to appeal to the Magistrate and obtain his favor or have their sections forfeited


Monday 29 Nov 1880

Deaths MAHER : at the Napier Hosp. on Nov 28, Thomas MAHER, aged 41 years. ( Hurt on board the Waikato while loading wool).

MANNERING : At the Napier Hosp. on Nov 28, William MANNERING. Aged 69 years

EASTBURN : At Dickens St, Napier, on Nov 28, after a short illness, Edwin EASTBURN. Aged 39 years. The funeral will leave his late residence, this afternoon, at 3 o'clock.

Tuesday 30 Nov 1880
Birth ENRIGHT : at Napier, on Nov 29,the wife of T. ENRIGHT, of a son

Marriage COLENSO - COLENSO : On Sept 08, by license at St Marys Church, Penzance, England , by the Rev. Prebenday HEDGELAND, Mr William COLENSO Jnr, of Napier, N.Z. to Miss Sarah Veal Thomas COLENSO, daughter of Richard COLENSO, decorator, of Penzance.

At a date ,to be shortly announced, 31 sections in the township of Ormondville, will be sold by auction.

Sir Arthur GORDON is the new Governor of New Zealand


Death LIMBRICK : At Napier, on Nov 29, Euphemia, infant daughter of Mr W.T. LIMBRICK. The funeral will leave Mr LIMBRICK's residence Carlile St; at 3 pm today.

Thursday 02 Dec 1880
.The nominated immigrants- all single girls - who arrived in the Kiwi yesterday, transhipped from the Pleione, seem to be of a very superior class to those brought out under the immigrants system.

Mr OLIVER - resigned as a City Coincillor.
Henry KRAEFT - Harbour master
Charles MONTEITH - drapers assistant at Messrs Price & Innes'
Ebenezer PRICE - a partner in the firm, Price & Innes
Charles Ames NAIRN - sheepfarmer at Pourerere
John W. SARGINSSON - Accountant at Blyth & Co
John RINGLAND - Assistant at Blyth & Co
M.T. PHILSON - Accountant at BNZ
Friday 03 Dec 1880
Birth GEMMELL : On 01 Dec, at Turiroa Station, Wairoa, the wife of J. GEMMELL, of a son.

Marriage BROWN - COOk : On 27 Nov, at St Johns Church, Napier,by Rev de Berdt HOVELL, J. Vigor BROWN, youngest son of J.G. BROWN, Footscray, Victoria to Caroline Balaclava, third daughter of the late John COOK, Auckland

Saturday 04 Dec 1880
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Birth LIDDLE : On 03 Dec at Frame Rd, Napier, the wife of Joseph LIDDLE, of aon

Death MASSEY : On 03 Dec, at the residence of his son, White Rd, Joel MASSEY. Aged 72 years. The funeral will leave Mr John MASSEY's residence, tomorrow at 2.15 pm

In Wairoa the new building of the BNZ is finished and it was thrown open to the public today.

Monday 06 Dec 1880

Births FOSTER : At Napier, on 05 Dec, the wife of Alexander Foster, of a daughter.

SILVESTER : At White Rd, on Dec 5, the wife of John William SILVESTER, of a son.

Deaths. SILVESTER : At White Rd, Napier, on Dec 5, infant child of John William SILVESTER.

MYHILL : at Napier, on Dec 5, Emma, infant daughter of John & Mary MYHILL, Cameron Rd. Aged 11 weeks

Mr J.M. TABUTEAU, late Collector of Customs at Napier, died at Wellington on Saturday evening

Tuesday 07 Dec 1880

Birth WILSON : At Te Aute, on 30 Nov, the wife of James WILSON, of a son.

The Supreme Court will sit on Monday. There are 12 prisoners up on 17 charges.
Taupo Land Court
Re : Rangipo TOPIA, TUROA & Renata KAWEPO are the principal speakers. The natives are opposed to the employment of any lawyers or agents in the case.

S. HOOPER - Hairdresser & Tobacconist in Napier

Native Schools Annual Examination for Scholarships
The M'LEAN Scholarship Three scholarships, each of the annual value of thirty pounds and tenable for 3 years. The examination is open to all Maori youths in New Zealand between the ages of 12 - 16. Successful candidates will be required to attend Te Aute Native College. For board, tution, books etc 20 pounds per annum will be charged. The examination is to take place at the end of Jan 1881

New schools are to be built at Porangahau & Wainui
Wednesday 08 Dec 1880
Births WHITE : At Porongahau, on Dec 05, Mrs John WHITE, of a daughter.

BEAR : At Napier , on 06 Dec, the wife of T.W. BEAR, of a daughter.
Licensing court for the Napier District was held yesterday.
Transfer of the license of the Exchange Hotel from J. WELLS to John CHRISTY.
Transfer of the license of the Commercial from G. FUSZARD to Edward W. PLANK
Ngaruroro Licensing District
A license for a new hotel at Havelock, to be called The Havelock Hotel and the license in the name of W.H. SIMPSON

Friday 10 Dec 1880
John STOKES - Laborer of Matatoka.
William WILLIS - Impounder for the Borough
Monday 13 Dec 1880

Deaths PARKER : At the Napier Hospital, on Dec 11, John Morris PARKER. Aged 32 years. The funeral will the hospital this day at 4 pm.

DANVERS : At Farndon, on the 10 inst, Alfred Edgar DANVERS. Aged 4 and a half months.

Among the passengers by the Te Anau en route for England is Herbert WILLIAMS, son of Archdeacon WILLIAMS, who goes home toprepare for the church.

Mr S. JARMAN - Flute & Piccolo player, announces that he is open for engagements.

Mr DALY, of the Settlers Arms Hotel, Ormondville, gives notice that the hotel will be opened for business on the 1st January.
Supreme Court Criminal Sittings Monday 13 December Before Mr Justice RICHMOND.
Calendar J. DRINKWATER - Horse stealing.
W. STOKER & J. DAKIN - House breaking & Robbery
R. WEBB alias W. TAYLOR - Larceny as a bailee
APERAMA - Horse stealing
C.CAREY alias KELLY alias JENKINS - Horse stealing
NOHOWHARE - Horse stealing, false pretences & prison breaking
Frank JONES - Horse stealing, forgery & forgery & uttering
William O'BRIEN - forgery & uttering
Samson JOHNSON - Rape of his 10 year old daughter

The Ragipo Land case at Taupo was dismissed as it had been Gazetted wrongly. It will be gazetted afresh for hearing at Taupo in March next. The block of land in question is 98,000acres of grazable land
Tuesday 14 Dec 1880
Grand Jury yesterday finished their labors with the exception of the breaches of the Arm Act, preffered against F. G. BORZUTSKY. True bills were found in all cases except the charge against WINIATA. Louis ZIEGEL is the new manager of the Napier Branch of Hallenstein Bros. He had been at the Thames Branch. Mr COOK, late of Napier suceeds Mr ZIEGEL as manager at Thames.

Presentation of Prizes at the Grammar School
English - E. HUTCHINSON 1st, A. MUNRO 2nd
General Proficiency - G. NEWTON
French - H. ROCHFORT
Drawing - T.H. LOWRY 1st, H. ROCHFORT 2nd, J.P. VAUTIER 3rd, E. HUTCHINSON 4th.

The Grand Jury of the Supreme Court - Criminal sittings
Alexander KENNEDY - Foreman
E.W. KNOWLES
J. BENNETT
W.U. BURKE
H.R. HOLDER
G.H. SWAN
J. HIGGINS
F. TUXFORD
C.B. HOADLEY
H. MONTEITH
W. HESLOP
R. BRAITHWAITE
J. A. FRYER
H. ELLISON
S.R. DRANSFIELD
W.KNOWLES
G. BOWMAN
T.W. BALFOUR
N.E. BEAMISH
John BULLOCK
H. TROUTBECK
F.J. KNIGHT
F.W. GARNER

John BLAIN - lived in Ormond
James M'NAIR - lived in Patutahi
Spencer SUTTON - lived in Te Aute
Hamilton FERGUSON - Store keeper & Publican at Takapu
Jane FERGUSON - Hamilton's wife.

15 Dec 1880

Death SILVESTER : At White Rd, Napier, on Dec 14, the wife of J.W. SILVESTER. Aged 39 years. The funeral will leave her late residence tomorrow.

John Charles DAVIES - Storekeeper at Makaraka
Joseph WATERHOUSE - Teller BNZ Bank in Gisborne
Hakupa REREPUHARA - lived at Uawa, Tologa Bay

16 Dec 1880

Death FANNIN : At Napier on Dec 15, Cecil Ernest, son of Mr G. T. FANNIN. Aged 3 months. The funeral will take place at 2 pm today.

Mr SMITH - 2 nd master at Napier High School has been selected to the post of Master of Port Ahuriri District School.

" Stolen Kisses " is to be repeated at The Theatre Royal, tonight.

Hawkes Bay High School Prizegiving
Rev. J. CAMPBELL - Headmaster
Mr H.F. TIFFEN distributed the prizes.
Fourth Form
Mr TIFFEN's gold medal - Thomas HUNTER

Arithmetic : Ist Div: Arnold WEBER 1st ; John DUNLOP 2nd.
2nd Div: Robert TYLEE & Nils
FRIBERG 1 st equal. Charles TYLEE & Arthur HUNTER 2 nd equal
English & Roman History. 1st Div: Arnold WEBER & Wm.K. DROWER 1st equal.
2nd Div: Arthur HUNTER 1st. Chas SPENCER 2nd
Grammar & English Literature : 1st Div : Arnold WEBER 1st. Wm.K. DROWER 2nd
2nd Div : Nils FRIBERG 1st. Arthur HUNTER 2nd. Chas SPENCER 3rd.
Geography : 1st Div : Arnold WEBER 1st. D.E. DAVIS 2nd.
2nd Div : Arthur HUNTER 1st . Nils FRIBERG 2nd
French : 1st Div: Wm.K. DROWER 1st. D.E. DAVIS & Nils FRIBERG 2nd equal.
2nd Div: Robt. HUNTER 1st. Arnold WEBER 2nd
Latin : 1st Div: Wm.K. DROWER 1st. Charles SPENCER 2nd.
2nd Div : D.E. DAVIS 1st. Jas CATO 2nd
Algebra. 1st Div: Arnold WEBER 1st. Nils FRIBERG 2nd
2nd Div: Chas. SPENCER 1st. Robert TYLEE 2nd.
3rd Div : Chas TYLEE 1st
Euclid . 1st Div. D.E. DAVIS 1st. Nils FRIBERG 2nd
2nd Div : C. SPENCER & A. HUNTER 1st equal
Writing :
d.E. DAVIS 1st. Jno DUNLOP & Robt. B. SIM 2nd equal. Robert HUNTER, Wm.K.
DROWER & Jas BRYSON 3rd equal.

Third Form
English : f. LYNDON 1st. S. BENNETT, G. WEBER & G. PEACOCK 2nd equal.
Writing : G. WALKER & F. LYNDON 1st equal. H. NEWTON & T. KING 2nd equal.
Arithmetic : G. WALKER 1st. F. DROWER 2nd. S. BENNETT 3rd.
Grammar : G. PEACOCK 1st. T. KING 2nd. G.WEBER & F. DROWER 3rd equal.
History : G. WEBER 1st. G. WALKER & G. PEACOCK
2nd equal. Charles CATO & F. LYNDON 3rd equal.
Geography : G. WALKER 1st. G. PEACOCK 2nd. S. BENNETT 3rd.
Latin : 1st Div: J. BRYSON 7 F. LYNDON 1st equal. A. BRYSON 2nd.
2nd Div: S.BENNETT 1st. A. COLLINS 2nd
3rd Div: G.PEACOCK 1st. H. RATHBONE. F.BELL & W. DAVIS 2nd equal

Second Form
English : S.LYNDON 1st. C. NEWTON 2nd W. DAVIS 3rd
Writing. S. LYNDON & F.
BELL 1st equal. R. DAVIS & C. WHITE 2nd equal. W. WALKER & F. SMITH 3rd equal
Arithmetic : W. WALKER 1st. F. BELL 2nd. E. CROWLEY 3rd.
Grammar : W. DAVIS 1st. A. COLLINS 2nd. E. CROWLEY & W. WALKER 3rd equal
History : C. WHITE & S. LYNDON 1st equal. W. SPENCER
2 nd
Geography D. WALKER 1st. F. SMITH 2nd

First Form
Reading : R. WOOD 1st. J. PARSONS 2nd
Writing : J. PARSONS 1st. R. WOOD 2nd
Arithmetic : D. SIDEY 1st. J. PARSONS 2nd

17 Dec 1880

G. FAULKNOR & J. M'DOUGALL have been nominated for the vacancy on the bOrough Council caused by the resignation of Mr OLIVER. There was an eclipse of the moon at 1 minute past 1 , this morning.

Garry GHEZZANI - Hairdresser in Napier
The charge of rape was dismissed against Samson JOHNSON
Prizegiving for St. Josephs Monastery Schools.
St. Joseph Parish School
Good Conduct
1st Class: Mary CUNNINGHAM,
Elizabeth BARRY, Eleanor BROPHY, Katie O'ROURKE, Annie MOONEY, Elizabeth
DRYBERG.
2nd Class: Elizabeth BISHOP, Katie ALLEN, Beatrice HALL, Mary
PURCELL, Mary Jane TIER, Kate M'GRATH.
3rd Class : Katie COGLAN, Ada CUNNINGHAM, Annie MADIGAN, Nellie BARRY.
Religious Instruction : Elizabeth
BARRY, Elizabeth TIER, Katie O;ROURKE, Elizabeth DRYBERG, Sarah O'DONNELL,
Mary AMBROSE, Ellen PIERCE, Katie M'GRATH.
1st Class
Mary CUNNINGHAM writing, Elizabeth
BARRY history, Mary CUNNINGHAM 1st grammar, Fanny CROPP 2nd. eleanor BROPHY
composition, Elizabeth DRYBERG attendance, Annie MOONEY dictation & spelling,
Elizabeth WELSH 1st prize arithmetic, Elizabeth TIER general improvement,
Winifred TANNION geography, Sarah O'DONNELL fancy work, Minnie HALL application,
Johanna LORRIGAN housework, Ellen DOWLING 2nd prize arithmetic.
2nd Class
Margaret
M'CARTY reading, Ellen PIERCE grammar, Mary PURCELL writing, Mary AMBROSE
1st prize arithmetic, Alice CLAREBOUT singing, Beatrice HALL fancy work,
Ellen WALDRON spelling, Elizabeth BISHOP application, Mary Jane TIER attendance,
Katie ALLEN politeness, Lina DRYBERG cleanliness, Rose SANDERS 2nd prize
arithmetic.
3rd Class
Alice O'CONNOR arithmetic, Jessy DORTHY reading, Mary M'SHANE
regular attendance, Clara HANSEN 2nd prize reading, Clara DURNEY application,
Charlotte BOTHWELL writing, Flora CLAREBOUT spelling.
4th Class
Maria DRYBERG attendance,
Mary COHEN reading, Kate COGLAN politeness, Annie MADIGAN 2nd politeness,
Ada CUNNINGHAM regular attendance, Nellie BARRY cleanliness, Teressa DURNEY
arithmetic, Maggie SELLARS tables, Rose COHEN tables

St. Josephs Ladies School.
As this is a girls school they are all misses
Good Conduct
HEDLEY 1st, MAHON 2nd, WILLAN , WILLIS, BOWERMAN & O'CONNOR 3rd equal.
Religious Instruction
MAHON 1st, BRIGGS 2ns, HAYDEN 3rd, HENN 4th
1st Class
ELLIS politeness,
WILLAN general knowledge, BOWERMAN composition ,O'CONNOR reading & grammar,
MAHON 1st writing, history & book keeping, Sarah SMITH arithmetic & mapping,
SMITH geography & reading, NEAGLE 2nd writing & geography, BURTON 2nd history
& arithmetic, HEDLEY 2nd grammar & composition
2nd Class
BRITTON 1st composition,
grammar & arithmetic, BARRY reading & composition, BRIGGS writing & geography,
DENNETT writing, ELLIS reading & mapping, Mary HAYDEN grammar, MARONEY
arithmetic, HENN general improvement, HUNT religious instruction.
3rd Class
BOWES
composition & reading, BALDWIN reading & history, Norah HAYDEN grammar
& geography, Jane BRYSON writing, Isabel BOYLAN grammar, Mary GRACE 1st
geography, PIERCY 2nd, Maggie SMITH history, A. DALTON 1st general progress,
E. WHITE 2nd, MALCOM 3rd. BEDDINGFIELD 1st application, Alice BRYSON 2nd,
Kate SWEENEY 2nd handwriting.
4th Class
Annie PYNE good conduct, Kate JARMAN reading,
Mary FORTUNE writing, Winifred BOWERMAN composition, Florence WEBB grammar,
Gertrude PETERS arithmetic, Margaret HAYDEN general improvement
Music - WILLAN 1st, BARRY 2nd, ELLIS 3rd
Singing - MAHOn 1st, WILLAN 2nd, BRITTON 3rd
Drawing - WILLIS 1st, WILLAN 2nd, BRITTON 3rd
French - BOWERMAN
Needlework - WILLIS 1st, WILLAN 2nd, BURTON 3rd.
Special prizes of 10s each to Miss DOUGLAS & ALLEN for general good conduct.
St. Josephs Native School
Good Conduct
Margaret
ALLEN 1st, Mary TE KIHI 2nd, Emma HIPIRINE 3rd, Reuben PAORA 4th, Emily
CHASE 5th, Mary RODGERS 6th.
1st Class
Emma HIPIRINE religious instruction, Mary
Gertrude GILMAN 1st for needlework, Reuben PAORA 2nd, Paungo PAORA 3rd,
Mary TE KIHI application, Margaret ALLEn 1st for writing & housekeeping,
Emma HIPIRINE 2nd, Julia BORRELL geography & arithmetic, Alice HALE 1st
for reading & parsing (that is what it said), Mary TE KIHI 2nd, Kate PAORA
dictation, Pinia PINIPE composition, Magdalen TE KIHI drawing, Mary Elizabeth
SILLIEN music, ANATIRA recitation & politeness
2nd Class
Emily CHASE religious instruction
& reading, REUBEN PAORA writing, Mary LIZZIE, application, APIA arithmetic
3rd Class
Marie
RODGERS religious instruction, Rosie SILLION writing & reading, Mary TERIPA
application, HARETA arithmetic, Mary LEWIS 2nd reading
4th Class
Jane SILLION 1st
reading, Amelia PRIESTLY 2nd, TRIPINE writing, Lina PLIAS arithmetic, Mary
WHITE politeness


2002-2005 Barbara Andrew