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1882
May - Aug
Hawkes Bay Herald
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Mon 01 May 1882

Birth EDWARDS : At Woodville, on Apr 25, wife of J. EDWARDS, butcher, of a daughter

Death JARMAN: On Friday 28 Apr, at her parents residence, France Rd, of a fever, after much suffering, Grace Winifride, fifth daughter of Alfred & Kate JARMAN. Aged 4 years & 3 months

Court
Edward MALLEY - Charged with being a suspected lunatic , committed to the asylum
Crozier GRAHAM - Drunk & disorderly

Waipawa
Two deaths in the district. Mr E. SINCLAIR , Accountant, who was buried in the cemetery attached to St. Peters Waipawa.
Mr SINCLAIR was only 26 years old. and Mr N.A. ORD - Waipukurau. Mr ORD was only 21 years old at the time of his death and was reckoned to be one of the best footballers in the county. He was a relative of Mr. T. Purves RUSSELL, Woburn. Both men are supposed to have died from low or typhoid fever

Tues 02 May 1882

Birth FAULKNOR : At Napier, on Apr 28, wife of G. FAULKNOR, of a son

Court
Carl BOTHMAN - Deserting the ship Kentish Lass
John MORRIS - Drunk
HOERA & HARE - Furious riding

Application for Publicans License
John NICHOLSON - Imperial hotel, Waipawa. Hotel contains 24 rooms exclusive of those required for family use. Householders Certificate ( People living in the immediate area of the hotel that cerify the publican is ap erson of good fame and reputation).
Thomas HOBSON, John BRITTEN, Stephen M'GREEVY, Henry ARROW, R.T. BRIGHOUSE, John.H. JOLL, Robert HART, George ROSE, Samuel HAMELING, Morris FLYNN

John PETTIT - Settlers Hotel, Waipawa.- 25 rooms

David BELL, Musician, Waipawa Hotel - 18 rooms
H/holders Cert: W.H. SEBLEY, Hebry THOMAS, Austin
NICHOLLS, Robt. SPORLE, John COE, L.D. BICKERTON, Patrick COSGROVE, Clement
HARDING, G. ABRAHAMS, E. O'HALLORAN
Wed 03 May 1882

Court SCARFE v STRUDWICKE
John BIRBECK v John & Sarah PEARSON
Thurs 4 May 1882
The Min-y-don,has now been out over 60 days between Newcastle and Lyttleton, therfore it is only reasonable to suppose at this time of her probable loss.
The crew on board are; Capt. T.M. LESLIE First Mate : Matthew L. MAIANE
Second Mate : William BRADLEY.
Carpenter: W.M. GOURLEY
Steward : Alfred BROWNE
Sailmaker : James DAVIDGE
Able Seamen : William PAGE, Thomas FINCH, William SOUTH, Arthur LEWIS, Charles DEAN, Edward HANSEN, David M'KINNON, William GRANT, Robert WILSON, H.WILLIAMS, N. M'AULEY.

Deaths WHITE : At Coote Rd, Napier on Wed May 03, H. Martin WHITE, Solicitor, sixth son of the late T.A. WHITE, Auckland. Aged 24 years. The funeral will leave the residence of Mr John MARTIN, Cook Rd, at 3 pm today

DANVERS : At Awatea, Hastings, on May 02, Alfred Allen, infant son of Alfred & Lauretta DANVERS. Aged 8 months

Court Ah SIN - Lunacy - Remanded
George JOHNSTON - Drunk

Fri 05 May 1882
Waipawa Court
Charles MORGAN, Landlord of a Wallingford Hotel, was charged with a breach of the Licensing Act - in refusing to supply meals to travellers
Deposed:
Nepia TE APUTU , native chief, residing near Waipawa, said that he and Pauro HOPIHA, a native chief, of Porangahau arrived at the Wallingford Hotel at noon. He said to MORGAN" We want some dinner." MORGAN said that he had nothing for them. Witness then asked for food for his horse, MORGAN said there was none. Witness said he then went to a neigbours and got something to eat. Half an hour later the witness went back to the hotel and saw some drovers having their dinner.
Constable LIVINGSTON
Horato Hill
The case was dismissed

Wairoa Court
Three native woman, MERE, KA & TE OHUKA were charged on the information of Mr BAKER, chief surveyor of the Hawkes Bay, with forcibly obstructing a Government Survey party under Mr B. LAMBERT and removing survey pegs on a portion of the inland Wairoa - Gisborne Road, between Opoiti and Te Reinga. They were fined altogether 27 pounds 18 shillings. As none of the money was forthcoming they were removed in custody, the alternative , 2 months imprisonment in Napier gaol.
The land in question is Native owned and has not passed the Native Land Court. The road being taken under the Public Works Act.
Sat 06 May 1882
Wairoa The natives raised the money to pay the fines imposed on the native women for obstructing the survey. They were all released

Application for Publicans Licenses
William RUDDICK - West Clive Hotel - 22 rooms
Peter GOW - Tavistock Hotel, Waipukurau - 19 rooms
William INGRAM - Sawyers Arms, Hampden - 12 rooms|
Charles MORGAN - Bridge Hotel, Wallingford - 15 rooms
David SMITH- Makotuku Hotel - 12 rooms
Mon 08 May 1882

Birth GUNN : At Napier on May 6, wife of Hugh R. GUNN, of a daughter

At the Trinity Wesleyan Church, Rev J.J. LEWIS preached a funeral sermon on the death of the late Henry Martin WHITE who for some years was a member of the church and a teacher in the Sunday School. He stated Mr WHITE was born in Auckland, 2 July 1857 and suffered the loss of his father while still young. He passed his legal examinatios and was admitted to the bar in 1879.

Captain RUCK, former temporary Registrar of Supreme Court at Napier, died in Masterton, last week
Tues 09 May 1882
Death WILKIE ; At Port Ahuriri on May 8, Mary Emma, second daughter of William and Mary WILKIE. Aged 4 years & 10 months.

Court Ah SIN - On remand for lunacy. Dr HITCHINGS stated the prisoner had been suffering from the effects of opium smoking. Remanded
William M'HUGH - Drunk
William GOLDING - Unlawfully on the premises of Edward HIGGINS
John GOLDING - Stealing a swag, the property of James BAMFORD

Applications for Publican's License
Frederick Henry STEVENS, Publican, Makotuku for the Beaconsfield Hotel, Kopua - 13 rooms
Householders Cert:C.FRIBERG, C. SCHMIDT, H. HANSEN, Gottlieb SCHMIDT, William ABEL, Joseph MOSEN, Thomas IRWIN, Edward PLANK, William PIKE, Henrick BEUICK, Jacob SCHAARE & A. THORESEN
Alexander MACDONALD - Junction Hotel, Kuripapanga - 21 rooms
Daniel TWOMEY - Takapau Hotel - 19 rooms
Charles MORGAN - Bridge Hotel, Wallingford - 15 rooms
Jeremiah LINEHAN - Settlers Arms - Ormondville - 12 rooms
Wed 10 May 1882

Mr G.E. FANNIN's station at Moeangiangi ( 4300 acres) has been sold to H.J. TWIGG at a satisfactory price

Mr H.H. BRIDGE, of Onga Onga, was farewelled at the Sandford Hotel previous to his departure for England

John ORR - Grain & produce merchant, Port Ahuriri

Court Wm GOLDING - On remand for illegally being on the premises of John HIGGINS . Discharged.
Thomas SMITH - Vagrancy
John NEWSON - On remand for having stolen the swag of James BAMFORD. Discharged.
PUAIWAHA, Matahiwi native, charged with forgery. Remanded
LYNDON v PARDOE
NEAGLE v HAUPUPU
BLYTHE & CO v John C. RETER
Same v M'NAMEE
Same V John O'SHANNESSY - 3 pound 13 s judgement debt. Judgement for the plantiff, amount to be paid in 2 months
Same v John BREARS

Applications for Publicans Licenses
Charles HELANDER - Exchange Hotel, Carlyle St, Napier - 12 rooms
H/Holders Cert : Alfred J.B. HORNE, Michael HEBDEN, George SPRATT, Peter EDDY, Michael CONNOLL, Chas PORTON, Thomas KINGSWELL, George FARNEY, John A. MOYERS, Donald FRASER

Thomas PARKER, License for a house at Port Ahuriri - 18 rooms
Thurs 11 May 1882

Wairoa - Wednesday Mr Joseph CARROLL's dwelling at Tuohu, North Clyde, was totally burnt down last night

Application for Publicans License
James BRIGGS - London Hotel - Port Ahuriri - 14 rooms H/Holders Cert: W. DENHOLM, J.J. SMITH, Mark ROLLS, W. BOYD, C. CRANBY, John MABBETT, Eward COOK, William RIDDELL, Charles STEWART, Daniel COTTON

John VILLERS - Ferry Hotel - Western Spit - 11 rooms
H/Holders Cert : W. BOYD, William MORRIS sen, G. M'RAE, W. DENHOLM, W. WAITE, John NORTHE, Thomas TORR, J.H. SIMS, Anders NEILSON, G. PLESTED

William VILLERS - Petane Hotel - 27 rooms
West Clive General Store ( 1866) - R.A. WILSON - Proprietor

Fri 12 May 1882

Waipawa ploughing match will be held in Ben WALDROM's paddock on 31st inst.

Mr A. MANOY and wife and family leave Napier tomorrow for Nelson, where he has purchased the goodwill of a general store.

District Court
W. RUDDICK v HUXLEY

Resident Court
Jessie JOHNSON - Lunacy - remanded
Andrew ANTHONY - Drunk
Patrick CALLAGHAN - Disobeying orders on the Mary Wadley . Discharged

Ormondville Magistrates Court
Mrs MILLER v FISHER. This was an alleged assault upon Mrs MILLER by the defendant. Bothe parties were from the German line. Mrs MILLER lost her case.
Robert NEWMAN - Charged with shooting pidgeon before 1st May
PEARSON v BIRBECK. Adjourned
Adam SMITH. Taking timber from a private section

Transfer of License
Richard BARROWS , Snr to Richard BARROWS, Jnr - Caledonian Hotel
Householders Cert: Henry WILLIAMS, R.D. SWEETAPPLE, J. CORBETT, J.W. NEAL Jos PARKER, Francis HIGGINS, Thos.A. COTTRELL, Barnett SAEFFER, Joseph LEONARD, John HIGGINS

Applications for Publicans License
James JOHNSTONE - Star Hotel, Napier. 18 rooms

Henry John AXFORD, Waverley Hotel, New Taradale Rd. 11 rooms
Householders Cert: John C. WELLS, J.G. GALBRAITH, John HARVEY, John SKEWS, Mark JARVIS, W.H. FRAME, C.J. JONES, W.H. STEVENS, Richard MARTIN, Wm BURTON

Richard BARROWS, the younger - Caledonian Hotel. 20 rooms
Householders Cert: Thos A. COTTRELL, B. SAEFFER, R.J. SMYTHE, Henry SELIG, William TUCKWELL, Robert BLACK, Thos WILLIAMS, John HIGGINS, Henry WILLIAMS, S.E. COOPER

George Edward FUSZARD - Masonic Hotel, Napier. 24 rooms
H/Cert: John GRIFFIN, W. PREBBLE, David LEVI, William Edmund COOMBS, W. KNOWLES, N. JACOBS, John M'VAY, J.W. NEAL, S.E. COOPER, Henry WILLIAMS

James ROULSTON - City Terminus. 15 rooms

John TOWERS. Matamau Hotel. 11 rooms

William Young DENNETT - Exchange Hotel. 16 rooms H/Cert: Geo. GRANT, Jas COOPER, Hy MITCHELL, J. BAMFORTH, Goe JACKSON, WATSON & Co, John BREARS, Frederick GRAHAM, George BEE, R. GOOSEMAN

John George BECKER - Provincial Hotel, Mohaka. 10 rooms

Sat 13 May 1882

Marriage RAINBOW - BALY : On May 11 at St. Lukes, Havelock, by Rev H.W. St. HILL, W. RAINBOW of Heretaunga School , Hastings to Julia, second daughter of J.S. BALY, Esq, Warwick, England.

The boy, John O'LEARY and the woman, Mrs ROLLS, who were arrested the other day at Woodville, the former for " snowdropping" - stealing clothes left out to dry, and the latter for receiving them were charged at R.M. court yesterday and both were convicted .O'LEARY received 14 days imprisonment and a flogging. Mrs ROLLS received 7 days hard labor.

R.M. Court
George SELLARS - Drunk
Ebenezer DICKSON - Drunk
William GOLDING - Vagrancy

Applications for Publicans License
John YOUNG - A house at Port Ahuriri . 18 rooms

Harriett VAUGHAN - Meanee Hotel. 18 rooms

John CHRISTY - Shakespeare Hotel. 7 rooms
H/Holders Cert : T.K. NEWTON, Thos HITCHINGS, A. KENNEDY, G.F. GILLMAN, T.H. GIFFORD, A. WADDELL, George T. CROSS, W MONTGOMERY, Daniel COTTON, John M'CONOCKIE, R.G. MYHILL, W. ROUTLEDGE, F.G. SMITH, R.C. PASLEY, W. SEYMOUR.

Samuel Alick SNELLING - Victoria Hotel. 12 rooms
Householders Cert: John CLEARY, Joseph HUDSON, Charles COTTON, Henry MONTEITH snr, F.A. AMADIO, H.J. FULLER Jnr, A. ROBERTSON, M. HYLAND, H. HAMMOND, F.H. FRANKLIN

Murdoch M'KENZIE - Rosshire Arms , Te Aute. 10 rooms
Mon 15 May 1882

Births TANCRED : At the Bungalow, Napier on May 13, wife of Harry G. TANCRED, of a daughter.

BEAR : At her residence, Shakespeare Rd, 13 May, wife of Percival BEAR, of a son

Sgt MAHON is no longer connected with the Police Force

On Saturday afternoon, a native named NIKORA, belonging to the Te Aute Pa, fell from the train and one carriage and brake van passed over him. When the train reached Te Aute, the guard, Mr WATKINS went back and found him dead.
Tues 16 May 1882
Trust Commissioner, H. Eyre KENNY, gave notice yesterday that he would certify to the following deeds if no objections were lodged during the next five days.
Four conveyances of Kaokaoroa Block to William DOUGLAS from RAUTAHI, Te Harawira te TUTARI, REWENATA & Henare TOMOANA.

Court William M'HUGH, James BROWN, Harry BODMAN - Drunk
PUIAWAHA - Forgery. Remanded
John CONWAY - Horse Stealing. Remanded

Application for Publican License James BISSETT, Duke of Edinburgh, Porangahau. 18 rooms

Jane FERGUSON, Criteron, Napier. 33 rooms
Householders Cert: Chas C. MURRAY, John W. NEAL, John M'VAY, J. CORBETT, John HIGGINS, Henry WILLIAMS, S,E. COOPER, H. MONTEITH, H.A. CORNFORD, J.P HAMLIN, C.B. HOADLEY, H.J. RUDDOCK, Henry C. WILSON, W.M. NEWMAN

John BURTON, Shamrock Hotel at Awatoto. 9 rooms
Householders Cert: Eugene BOWEN, Thomas DAGNAL, George SIMONS, Jessie POINTON, O. MOSEN, Frank STANLEY, Robert STOTHART, W. TUCKER, F. LANDSDOWN, John HANNAY

Patrick DOONEY, of Mohaka Bridge, Napier- Taupo Road, - Mohaka Bridge Hotel. 6 rooms
Wed 17 May 1882
Death GRIFFIN : At Armidale Hospital, NSW on April 18, Michael GRIFFIN, late of Hawkes Bay.

R.M. COURT
David HORTON - Vagrancy
LYNDON v PARDOE
J.B. HOLLIS v Robert HART
REARDEN v Thomas DURNEY
BANNER & LIDDLE v Thomas JENSEN
Thurs 18 May 1882
Birth M'DOUGALL : At waipawa on 17 May, wife of J.W. M'DOUGALL of a son

Waipawa R.M. Court
KING v CARMICHAEL
MIRBACH v HAYDEN
M' MILLAN & Co v PEARCE
CRANE v MARE
SUTTON v COWIE
Same v OLSEN
Thomas IRWIN - Drunk

The stables belonging to the Pacific Hotel in Hastings were burnt to the ground on Wednesday.

Henry Whitworth HOLE - Applied for accomodation license for premises at Tokano

Fri 19 May 1882
Birth M'CARTNEY : At Taradale on 18 May, wife Arthur M'CARTNEY of a daughter

Marriage NEWBIGIN - WILLIS : on 10 May at Napier, Edward NEWBIGIN to Margaret WILLIS

Death BUTLER : At Napier Hospital on 18 May, Mary Ann BUTLER. Aged 20 years. The funeral will leave the hospital on 18 May for the cemetery at 3 pm this day

Sgt WALKER ( Wellington) is to succeed Mr MAHON as clerk to this police district

District Court Before Judge KENNY, Probate was granted in the estate of the late Henry Martin WHITE
REES v TOMOANA
An application to adjudge Manaona TINA, a bankrupt was allowed to lapse.

A Scandinavin woman named IKJOTTRUP, committed suicide at Makaretu on Wednesday. A neighbour, Mrs Christian JENSEN who was calling at her house found her hanging from a beam. The deceased had been in bad health for some time and the death of her daughter, which occurred lately preyed very much on her mind.

Rechab HARDING, Mt. Vernon, Waipukarau has brought the remaining portion of the Rissington Estate, 56,500 acres freehold, 12,000 acres leasehold, 36,000 sheep, 800 cattle, and 63 horses for 125 pounds. This is the largest transaction ever effected in the Hawkes Bay.

R. M. Court
Ebenezer DICKSON, AH SIN & Jessie JOHNSON. - Lunacy. All were remanded
Stanley TOBEY & John ROGERS - Drunk
James CONWAY - Horse stealing. Remanded

Application for Publicans License
James ALLARDICE - Danevirke Hotel. 18 rooms
H/holders Cert: Ole CHRISTOPHERSON, Thomas MILLER, Erick PEARSON, Lauritz FRIIS, Christian Marius CHRISTAINSEN, Hans JENSEN, Hans Peter JENSEN, Ch. LARSEN, J. HALVERSEN, Bernt AMUNDSEN
Sat 20 May 1882
The shipping at the Spit were gaily attired with bunting yesterday in consequence of a cablegram from Melbourne stating that Mr KINROSS had entered into the bound of holy matrimony

R.M. Court
Jessie JOHNSON - Lunacy - Further remanded
Forgery PUIAWAHA - Forgery - charged with having forged an order on Mr M.R. MILLER J.G. BAKER acted as the interpreter
Deposed
Matthew STEVENS - Manager M.R. MILLER's Mt Erin estate , where the prisoner had been employed
Amanda Malvina STEVENS - wife of above
Edward SMITH - Storekeeper, Clive
Frederick PARKER - Clerk, Bank of New South Wales
William ANDERSON - Clerk in M.R. MILLER's office
Matthew Robertson MILLER
Constable PICKERING , Clive
The prisoner was found guilty and committed to the Supreme Court
Mon 22 May 1882
Deaths SMITH : On 8 May at Sydney, NSW, Charles Henry SMITH ( late proprietor of Occidental Hotel, Napier), second son of J.P. SMITH, Hayle, Cornwall, England. Aged 31 years. Deeply regretted

OLIVER : At Carlyle St, Napier, on 20 May, William Oliver, Bricklayer. The funeral will leave his late residence for the cemetery via the Chaucer Road on Monday at 2pm.

Mr William OLIVER was one of the " old identities" of Napier

Patrick MORONEY - Paki Paki Hotel
Tues 23 May 1882

An inquest was held upon the body of William OLIVER, verdict - " Death from natural causes"

Mr F.S. PEPPERCORNE, for several years, Municipal Engineer at Napier, has died at Darlinghurst, NSW.

R.M. COurt
Robert HASTIE - pleaded guilty to deserting his wife and child. Ordered to pay 18 shillings a week for the maintenance of the child

Mr E. MOORE of Napier ,has been appointed - Manager of Union Bank, Dunedin

Trust Commission Conveyance from Wiremu TE KAHU to John Gibson KINROSS of Pihanui Block No 2

Conveyance from Edward TOMLINS & Wiremu TE KAHU to J.G. KINROSS of Pihanui Block No 2.
Wed 24 May 1882

Thomas Joseph RYAN - Tennyson St, Napier - Auctioneer

R.M. Court
Nicholas LENOURY - Drunk
LYNDON v PARDOE
COHEN v BAHLAW
BLYHTE & Co V James WINTER
Same v Richard ROSS
TAYLOR v APERAMA
BLYTHE & CO v HANSEN
Same v W.L. REES
Same V William GOLD

Lost & Found Lost at Hastings on May 4, one grey dog about 6 months and one black and white slut, about 8 months. Anyone giving information as to their whereabouts
to W. BEAMISH will receive 1 pound reward

Thurs 25 May 1882

Marriage PERRY - FISHER : At Christchurch on May 19, Rev E.O. PERRY, Napier to Catherine Ann, only daughter of Rev. T.R. FISHER, Cotswold House, Christchurch
Fri 26 May 1882
Death BAKER :At Port Ahuriri, John GORDON, infant son of Joseph E. BAKER. Aged 14 months. Nelson papers please copy. The funeral will leave the Spit at 2pm this day

R.M. Court Ah SIN - On remand for lunacy. Discharged, his sanity being certified to Ebenezer DICKSON - similarly charged . Further remanded Robert HART , Waipawa - Filed a declaration of insolvency

The Waikonini Hotel will be closed on 30 June. Mr W. JONES requests that accounts owing to him be paid fortwith

Sat 27 May 1882
Death CAMERON : At Napier, on May 25, Robert CAMERON. Aged 80 years The funeral will leave the residence of his son in law, Mr SNELLING, Victoria Hotel at 2pm today

The work of raising the Criterion Hotel is progressing exceedingly well

Court
William THOMPSON - Drunk
James CONWAY - On remand for horse stealing. remanded for another week
Jessie JOHNSTON , a suspected lunatic was further remanded
Mon 29 May 1882
Death FUSZARD : At the Masonic Hotel, Napier, on May 27, Louisa, beloved wife of George FUSZARD. Aged 41 years. Jersey papers please copy

R.M. Court
William BROWN - Drunk

The funeral of the late Mrs FUSZARD, who died suddenly on Saturdaymorning ,took place yesterday fternoon
Tues 30 May 1882
Mr BARCLAY, third master of Napier District School, has accepted the more lucrative position of third assistant at Forbury School, Dunedin

R.M. Court
Ralph BAILEY, John BURRIDGE , Jonathan BUCKLEY, Elizabeth EDDIE & James REDDY - Drunk
Jonathan BUCKLEY - Refusing to leave licensed premises
Alexander Huntley BARRETT - Entering a railway carriage while the train was in motion
William HALIBURTON, Steward, Silver Cloud - Breach of the customs regulations. No evidence, discharged
James CONWAY - On remand for horse stealing Deposed
Frank HAPLIN - He had , had his horse removed from outside the Greenmeadows Hotel, Taradale
Arthur MACARTNEY - Licensee Greenmeadows Hotel
Richard JEFFARES - Stockman, Patea ( Hawkes Bay )
Richard DOOLAN - Dectective in Armed Constabulary at Cambridge Adjourned for 8 days

Wed 31 May 1882

Death ALLASON : At Napier on May 30, Eliza, beloved wife of William ALLASON. Aged 22 years.
The funeral will leave the Spit this afternoon 3pm.

An inmate of the asylum, Mrs CASSELLS, died yesterday

Mr L. HART, Gisborne, appointed to take charge of the Napier agency of the Union Steamship Co.

R.M. Court
Jacob GUNTHER - Illict still
HELANDER v HEYDON
HOLLIS v KNOCK
Same v EDDY
NEAGLE v ANDERSON
NEAL & CLOSE v GILLMAN
TUXFORD v RENOUF
McNAMARA & MADDEN v MURNANE
HELANDER v HUGHES

Thurs 01 June 1882

Death MANNINGS : On May 31st at Waipawa, Teressa MANNINGS. Aged 76 years. R.I.P The funeral will leave the residence of her son in law, Mr F. SHANLY at 3pm this day.

Dr. SPENCER was the only candidate nominated for the Mayoralty yesterday

R.M. Court James LOWRY & William CHAMBERS - Drunk
James William KENDEL - Charged with assaulting John Alexander M'KENZIE. remanded
Fri 02 June 1882
Marriage STUBBS - MOSSMAN : At Napier, by Rev D. SIDEY, on 24 May, George, son of John STUBBS Esq, Belsize Park Gardens, London to Isabella, daughter of Thomas MOSSMAN Esq, Napier, formerly of Auckland.

Waipawa Court
B. WADRON, P. HENNINGSTON, D. GUY & E. WADDINGTON- trespassing in pursuit of game on the land of Mr h.S. BRIDGES, Onga Onga. Case dismissed

District Court
Letters of administration in the estate of the late Hamilton FERGUSON were granted to his widow, Jane FERGUSON
HOKOMATA v Murdoch M'KENZIE
ROBERTSON v KRAUSE
Sat 03 June 1882

Birth WILLIAMS : At Frimley, Hastings on June 1st, wife of J.H. WILLIAMS of a daughter

Court Ebenezer DICKSON & Jessie JOHNSTON - Lunacy. Further remanded
James MOORE - Drunk
Mon 05 June 1882

Waipawa Licensing Renewals granted : H. BAKER & J. PETTIT New Licenses : D. BELL - Waipawa Hotel, John NICHOLSON - Imperial Hotel, W. INGRAM - Hampden
Tues 06 June 1882

Mr W. CATO - Appointed agent for Hawkes Bay for Speight & Co's Dunedin ales

Court James CONWAY - Horse stealing. Further remanded
Edward Andrew CLARK - A suspected lunatic , who had attempted to commit suicide. Remanded
John JACKSON - Drunk
James ALEXANDER - Charged with assaulting Mrs Clara FORD. Case dismissed
Wed 07 June 1882
Birth FAIRBROTHER : At Pukahu on May 19, wife of R.H. FAIRBROTHER, of a son

Death SWEENEY : On June 6, at St. Josehs Monastery, Lily Anna, daughter of John SWEENEY, late of Pukahu. Aged 5 years. The funeral will leave the Catholic Church, Hastings, at 2 o'clock on Thursday.

Ex. Sgt. KIDD, late of Napier & Waipawa has become manager of Rough Creek Mine, Tiki.

R.M. Court
John DICK & Stephen TREVOR - Remanded from Gisborne for lunacy. Further remanded

Miss CRAIG has resigned from Waipawa School
Thurs 08 June 1882
Birth HISLOP : At Chesterhope, on June 7, wife G. HESLOP. of a son

Court George W. KENDEL - On remand for assaulting M'KENZIE. Further remanded

Waipawa Court
John DWYER - Drunk in a railway carriage
Israel TRASK - Breach of sheep Act
CORSKIE & ROBB v NICHOLLS
JONES v MATUA
Same v Albert ROPIHA
WILLIAMSON v MACKAY
PEERS v CAMPBELL
WILLIAMS v BOWDEN
CRANE v ALLARDICE
GUY v PETERS
And Mariana Te HOKA & Mala
KANANA, petitioned the court as they desire to know where John HAPUKU's land and boundaries are
Fri 09 June 1882

New Plymouth - 08 June The native HIROKI, for the murder of M'LEAN at Momahaki, was executed in New Plymouth gaol at 8 o'clock this morning. Archdeacon GOVETT attended ...... This article appears on page 3 and there is a large write up on it, including his confession.

Sat 10 June 1882
Death STEWART : At Napier, on June 8, Mary STEWART, late matron of Hawkes Bay Hospital. Aged 29 years
Miss STEWART, the late matron of the hospital died on Thursday night from consumption.

Court Ebenezer DICKSON - On remand for lunacy. Discharged as he was merely suffering from the effects of debauchery
Jessie JOHNSTON - On remand for lunacy. Discharged

News came to town that a man named O'SHANASSAY, brother to Mr O'SHANASSAY, cab proprietor, of Napier, was drowned in attempting to cross a creek on Mr HESLOP's Chesterhope property, This information requires confirmation.

Licensing Court Nth District New :
James BRIGGS . London Hotel ( 12 o'clock closing)
John CHRISTY - Shakespeare Hotel ( 10 o'clock closing)
Renewals:
Joseph BELL - Crown Hotel (12)
Thomas PARKER - Commercial Hotel ( 12)
John YOUNG - Railway Hotel ( 10)
Wholesale License
H.C. ROBJOHNS & J.H. VAUTIER

Sth District
Transfer: Caledonian Hotel from Richard BARROWS to Richard BARROWS Jnr
New Richard BARROWS Jnr - Caledonian Hotel ( 12)
James GRAY - Napier Hotel (12)
Samuel Alick SNELLING - Victoria Hotel ( 12)
Renewals
James JOHNSTONE - Star Hotel ( 12)
James ROULSTON - City Terminus (10)
William STOCK - Albion Hotel (10)
Wholesale Licenses
E.W. KNOWLES & WARDROP & Co

Central District
Transfer: Exchange Hotel from John CHRISTY to Charles HELANDER.
Occidental Hotel from Frederick WELLS to Waldemar SCHIERNING
New; Jane FERGUSON - Criterion Hotel (12)
George Edward FUSZARD - Masonic Hotel (12)
Charles HELANDER - Exchange Hotel - (10)
Walsemar SCHIERNING - Occidental Hotel (12)
Renewals Edward ASHTON - Provincial Hotel - (12)
William MAYO - Empire Hotel (12)
Thomas PEDDIE - Clarendon Hotel (12)
Charles RAVEN - Royal Hotel (10

Mon 12 June 1882

Births IRVINE : At Shakespeare Rd, on June 9, wife of Wm T. IRVINE, of a daughter

APLIN : At Sealey Rd, on June 10, Mrs Hugh APLIN, of a son

Deaths FOSTER : At Hilton Lodge, Napier, on 9inst, Robert FOSTER Esq. Aged 56 years The funeral will leave the house on Tuesday at 2.30pm

KELLY : At Remuera, Auckland on June 4, Mary Anne, relict of Capt. KELLY, formerly HM 83rd Regiment and late Registrar of Deeds, Auckland, third daughter of the late Colonel SWINBURNE, 83rd, sister of Major SWINBURNE, 92nd, and mother of Mr N.D. KELLY, Deputy Registrar of Deeds, Napier. Aged 66 years. Australian and home papers please copy.

We published on Saturday the drowning of a man at Chesterhope. Turns out to be but true. The deceased, however was not Patrick O'SHANASSAY as was first reported, but Martin O'SHANASSY, who was no relation to Mr O"SHANASSY of Napier. He was, we believe ,a single man and had been a resident of Hawkes Bay for about 4 years
Tues 13 June 1882

Death FOSTER : At Hilton Lodge, Napier, on 10 June, Robert FOSTER Esq. Aged 56 years. The funeral will leave the house this day at noon.

We learn that Mr George HESLOP lost 1,000 sheep at Chesterhope, through the time lost in trying to save O'SHANASSY.

Woodville Licensing
Application for New Licenses
J. ALLARDICE - Danevirke - Refused
A. PETERS - Woodville - Refused
Renewals Granted
F. CRANE - Tahoraite Hotel
J.J. MURPHY - Woodville Hotel

R.M. Court
James CONWAY - Horse stealing . Further remanded
William BROWN - Drunk
Charles BLUNDELL - Drunk while in charge of a horse.
Edward Andrew CLARK - Lunacy. Further remanded
Elizabeth GILLETT - Lunacy. Remanded
Patrick LYNCH - Vagrancy
RAPANA - Charged with assaulting John ROBINSON
Wed 14 June 1882

The declaration of the election of Dr. SPENCER as Mayor of Napier will be made today.

Mr C.A. DE LATOUR, has passed the barristers examinations

R.M. Court
John DICK & Edward TREVOR - Lunacy. Both discharged
TUXFORD v W.H. FLOOD
PASLEY v R.J. SPORLE
Same v R.D. MANEY
Same v Hirini TAKAMOANA
Thomas M'CARTHY v HEPERI & PIKERANGI
GILLESPIE v HANSEN
Same v KNIGHT
KENNEDY v BATLEY
Thurs 15 June 1882
Birth FRASER: At Danevirke on June 8, wife of J.C. FRASER of a daughter

Wairoa R.M. COurt
Landlord of the Wairoa Hotel , charged with the keeping of the billiard room open after hours. Case dismissed.
HAMLIN v RUPENE
DOULL v WILSON

R.M. Court
Horse Stealing James CONWAY on remand for horse stealing.
Deposed
Alfred ASHUR - Storekeeper, Oxford, Waikato.
Richard DOOLAN - Dectective, Cambridge.
CONWAY was found guilty and committed to the Supreme Court
G.W. KENDEL - On remand for assaulting
Alexander M'KENZIE. As the assault had taken place during a combat of mutual consent, neither party could charge the other. Case dismissed
Henry HUDSON - Vagrancy
William O'LEARY, a boy of about 13 years, charged with stealing a pair of shoes, the property of Edwin POINTER.
Edward Andrew CLARK - On remand charged with being a violent lunatic. Committed to the asylum
Fri 16 June 1882

Birth SPENCER : At Erdington, Ruataniwha Plains on June 14, the wife of W.J. SPENCER, of a son

Deaths SPENCER : At Erdington, Ruataniwha Plains, on June 14, Charles, infant son of William & Alice.

BALLE : At Roslyn Road, Napier on June 15, Johan Emil BALLE. Aged 47 years. The funeral will leave his late residence today at 3pm for the Napier Cemetery

We hear Judge KENNY's resignation will take effect shortly and that he will proceed to Gisborne, where he will join in professional business with Mr FINN

Ormondville Licensing
Renewals:
J. LINEHAN - Ormondville
D. SMITH - Makatuku
J. TOWERS - Matamau
The license of the Junction Hotel, Norsewood was transferred from J. SMITH to C. CHAPPELL
A new license by W.F. STEVENS for the Beaconsfield Hotel, recently removed from Kopua to Makatoku and situated near the railway station was refused. The granting of a license for this house has been a much vexed question for months past. It is very certain that the inhabitants do not require any more than one licensed house, but at the same time it would be an unqualified boon to travellers, many of whom, especially ladies, object to travelling more than a mile on a dark bush road before they can find a resting place for the night.

Mon 19 June 1882

Birth
MATHEWS : At Hampden on June 14, wife of Mr Mathews of a son


Tues 20 June 1882
19 - Maori for Wairoa

Births
TODD : At Petane on June 13, wife of A. TODD of a daughter

HUMPHRIES : On Sunday 18 june at Brewster St, wife of Herbert HUMPHRIES of a son

Marriage
MASON - LOADER : On Sat 17 June at St. Marys, Waipukurau, by Rev. F.H.
LONG, George MASON of Waipukurau to Elizabeth Annie Maria LOADER, eldest daughter of the late Elias LOADER, Oxfordshire.

Death
TODD : At Petane on June 18, Isabella Martha, second surviving daughter of Alexander & isabella TODD. Aged 2 years

R.M. Court Elizabeth GILLETT - Lunacy - Discharged

Supreme Court - before Mr Justice GILLIES
Grand Jury
C.B. WINTER ( Foreman)
J. HINDMARSH Jnr
H.C. WILSON
H.M. BRAITHWAITE
Edward DAVIS
J.N. WILLIAMS
F.D. LUCKIE
J.ORR
W.A. COUPER
C.G.L. MARGOLIOUTH
F.E. SAUNDERS
J.S. WELSMAN
Henry POWDRELL
James ROCHFORT
W. KNOWLES
F.G. KNIGHT
John CHAMBERS Jnr
James LYON
J.M. ST.CLAIR
C.B. HOADLEY
C.G. SMYTH
J.J. TORRE
A. WARDROP
Horse Stealing
Antonio MARTINI - pleaded not guilty to three charges of horse stealing.
First charge - Stealing a horse, the property of James FITZGERALD. Found guilty
Second charge - Stealing a horse , the property of John PARKER, but in the possession of his brother, Frank PARKER. Found guilty
Third charge - Similar to the last two.
Was sentenced to 3 years penal servitude on each charge, the sentences to run concurrently.
Forgery Alexander CHASE - pleaded guilty to charge of forgery. Sentenced to two years imprisonment from the date of the committal

Tamati HAUTAPU - pleaded not guilty to forgery. The prisoner had been residing since 1873 with Michael MOLONEY, storekeeper, carrying on a business at Tologa Bay.
A school book was produced in court which contained the prisoners hand writing and it proved to be very dissimilar from that of the forged document.
Found not guilty
Wed 21 June 1882

This was the first trip around the New Zealand ports for the Manapouri. The Captain was T. LOGAN

Marriages CHAMBERLAIN - BRAY : On 14 June 1882 at the residence of the brides father, by Rev J.J. LEWIS, Thomas Francis, second son of F.H. CHAMBERLAIN Esq of Southville, Bristol, England to Selina Lily, only daughter of John BRAY Esq, West Clive.

TROUP - THOMPSON : On 17 June at Woodville by Rev
W.J. WORBOYS, James TROUP of Farndon to Miss Mary Irvina THOMPSON, second daughter of Neil THOMPSON , of " Bush Mills", Woodville.

R.M. Court
D. BARRY v M. HYLAND
T.A. COTTRELL
v J. DEAN - For goods supplied. Judgement was given for the amount claimed , plus costs.

There was a large gathering of Europeans and Natives at Omahu on Tuesday. RENATA entertaining the guests in honor of the marriage of Mr. W. BROUGHTON of Omahu to a bride of the Uriwera Tribe, Gisborne. Mr DRYDEN of Taradale was the caterer. The wedding cake was profusely ornamented
with huia feathers.
RENATA expressed what great pleasure it gave him to see so many well known pakehas assembled in his house to do honor to his "child", Willie BROUGHTON

Supreme Court
Horse Stealing James CONWAY - Charged with having stolen a horse, the property of Frank GALPIN. Pleaded not guilty. The prisoner was found guilty and sentenced to two years imprisonment with hard labor.
Forgery Tamati HAUTAPU - Pleaded not guilty to a second charge of having forged and altered a cheque for 4 pounds on BNZ at Gisborne. Found not guilty. Two remaining
cases against the same prisoner were not procedeed with
Attempted Rape
Hemi PAROA - Pleaded not guilty to a charge of having attempted to commit a rape upon a Maori girl, Irihapeti PUHA, aged about 10 years.
Evidence was taken from the child and her parents. The details, unfit for publication.
The jury returned a verdict of guilty. Received six months imprisonment, with one whipping of 25 lashes.

Education Board
Mr HOWLETT - Master of Blackburn & Makaretu Schools
F.N. THOMPSON - Master of Norsewood School
Mrs STANLEY, mistress of infant school, Napier has left the district without giving notice.
From Matawhero School - Asking that Mr BOLTON be removed from his office of teacher. Declined
A license to teach had been issued to Mr MABBETT, Master of Meanee School Miss CRAIG, assistant mistress, Waipawa School, has resigned
Thurs 22 June 1882
Marriage STARKEY - WILSON : At Napier on 17 June, by Rev J.J. LEWIS, Horatio John STARKEY to Catherine, second daughter of Isaac WILSON, Raturura. Tauranga papers please copy.

Mr C.T. CRIBB, Postmaster - Mohaka

R.M. Court
Robert MARTIN - Drunk
Mary BUTLER - Lunacy. Remanded

In the neighbourhood of Hampden on Monday last, Mr Johnathan HOLDEN was accidentally shot in the right arm and side. At the time the weapon went off, there was barely a yard seperating the two men,.
The patient was taken to Waipawa where Dr. REED extracted 21 shots. The right arm is torn and in a shocking manner. Dr SPENCER ( Napier) was sent for and they decided to try and save the arm. The patients arm still has embedded in it, the wad of charge, and a number of shots.

Supreme Court
Forgery
PU alias PUIAWAHA. Pleaded not guilty to a charge of forging an order on M.R. MILLER. Found not guilty of forgery, but guilty of uttering. Received 6 months with hard labor.
Larceny as a Bailee
Phillip John MURTAGH - Charged with feloniously selling and disposing of the mare " Phoenix", the property of James HERON. Pleaded not guilty.
The judge directed the jury to formerly acquit the prisoner. The jury accordingly returned a verdict of not guilty.
Maliciously Wounding an Animal
Neil THOMPSON - Charged with wounding a bull, the property of Charles WILSON, Woodville. Pleaded not guilty.
Deposed Phillis Ann WILSON - wife of Charles
Mary Ann GILES
Constable MOTLEY
Patrick M'CORMICK - Shoemaker, Napier
Frederick CASSIN
Alexander M'CORMICK
James CUNNINGHAM
The jury retired at 5pm. At 10pm the jury were still unable to agree. Adjourned till 10 this morning
Fri 23 june 1882

Birth SILVESTER : At the White Rd, Napier, wife of J.W. SILVESTER, of a son

Mr James TROUP, Woodville, requests us to contradictthe announcement of a marriage which was in Wednesday's Herald. " TROUP - THOMPSON" wedding never took place

Thomas TRONE, the Mangarei settler who died from the injuries received by falling off his horse when returning from the Otahuhu Polling Booth, was single man, native of North Ireland. His brother David TRONE is residing in Napier. The deceased left considerable property and was apparently under the influence of drink at the time of the accident

Supreme Court
Tamati TUPUNU, indicted on a charge of having killed another native, TIRANA. He pleaded not guilty
Deposed Hera NGAKU - Stated her fathers nmaewas tamati NGAKU, and that she had a son named Tee.
Arapera AKAKU - She resided at Wai - o- matatini. TIRANA was her first cousin
PARAMENA - Lived at Wai - o- matatini
David M'GUIRE - Police Sgt
Joseph FAULKNER - Medical Practioner, Hastings
Tamati TUPUNU was fond guilty of manslaughter and received 7 years penal servitude

The jury in Neil THOMPSON's case could not agree and were dismissed by the judge. A new trial was fixed for day

Sat 24 June 1882
Death SMITH : At Waipukurau on June 23, Rose Augusta, infant daughter of W.C. SMITH Esq MHR. Aged 10 months

R.M. Court
George HARDINg - Drunk
Thomas M'CARTHY v Heperi PIKIRANGI & HARAWIRA

Supreme Court Maliciously Wounding an Animal Neil THOMPSON , indictedfor having maliciously wounding a bull. Pleaded not guilty.
Following jury were empanelled:
EDWARDS ( F)
GILLINGWORTH
FERGUS
BOYCE
VICKERS
PRIME
GILLAN
W.J. GARRY
G. SMITH
PROCTOR
J.R. DUNCAN
S. OLSEN
Deposed
Enoch WALKER - Settler & " Cow Doctor" at Woodville
William ANDERSON
Francis THOMPSON, aged 13 years, son of the prisoner
Found guilty and imprisoned for 3 months with hard labor

Mon 26 June 1882
Birth BRANDON : At Waterlea, Meanee on 25 June, Mrs S.G. BRANDON of a son

Supreme Court - Civil
H. WILLIS v J.R.DAVIES - Re: 220 pound dishonoured promissory note. Since the action was set down the defendant had paid the 220 pounds, therefore
only remained the question of interest and costs to be tried.
Jury returned a verdict for the amount of interest claimed, namely 16 pounds 27 shillings and 4 pence.

Napier v Waipawa at Rugby
Waipawa: H.BOSTOCK, J.K. BOGLE, G. CROSSE, C.A. EWEN (Capt), W. GOLDSMITH, W. GOOSE, W. GOODWIN, J. GOODWIN, N. INGLIS, POW, NAURA, E. RHODES, TAREMANA, Alex WILLIAMS & E.H. WADDINGTON

Napier : BEGG ( Capt), A. BUCHANAN, B. BUCHANAN, COUPER, PRICE, GIRDLESTONE, HANNA, HUMPHRIES, ST.HILL, C. KENNEDY, F. KENNEDY, POTT, SIMPSON, ROBINSON & WHITCOMBE

Wed 28 June 1882
Court Tame KEREAMA - Drunk
Civil WARMAN v URAPENA
J. ANDERSON v J. KEATING
M'KENZIE v M'DONALD
BEAR v BOLTON
STUBBS v BANBURRY & SHANNON
Thurs 29 June 1882

Death TYE : On 28 June at Remuera, Auckland, after a short & painful illness, Joseph John TYE. Aged 31 years

Mr J.J. TYE, was formerly of Waipawa, but was working in Auckland as an assistant to Alfred BUCKLAND.

R.M. Court
James HAMOND - Drunk in a railway carriage
Andrew ANTHONY - Drunk
Hannah WILSON - Stealing a rug, the property of Peter POLSON.

Fri 30 June 1882 Missing Issue

Sat 01 July 1882 Missing Issue

Mon 03 July 1882
Deaths POOLE : At Worcester Ave, Clifton on 24 April last, of brain fever, William Plunkett POOLE. Aged 10 years

JONES : At his parents residence, Carlyle St, on July 02, Francis Benjamin, son of John and Annie JONES. Aged 4 years & 10 months. the funeral will leave the residence of Mr JONES on Tuesday at half past 2.

Mr H. Eyre KENNY & Mrs KENNY left Napier on Saturday by the Te Anau for Gisborne.

The Kaikora Hotel, which has been unattended since last April, was burned down on Friday night.

Tues 04 July 1882
An enquiry was held yesterday at the Spit before E. PATTEN, Collector of Customs and Capt GLEADOW, Nautical Assessor into the circumstances of the wreck of the brigantine, Agnes Jessie, at te Koe, Mahia peninsula. The exact finding of the court has not transpired, but we understand, that the conclusion arrived at , was, that the wreck was in considerable measure,due to the deflection in the compass caused by the railway iron which the brig had on board.

R.M. Court
Charles LEWIS & William THOMAS - Drunk
Patrick COLLINS - Charged on information of Constable PICKERING with having on 26 day of June, at Farndon entered a railway carriage whilst it was in
motion. Was also charged with travelling on a railway carriage without previously paying his fare. He pleaded guilty. Fined 10 shillings on first charge and on the second charge, 1 pound.
A. M'DONALD charged on the information of D. BALFOUR, Glenross with having rescued cattle that were being driven to pound. Adjourned
Mrs AH LEE - pleaded guilty to having used insulting language to Mrs Elizabeth SNELLER

Wed 05 July 1882

Mr A.E.A. CLRKE, teller in the Napier Branch of National Bank is to be removed to the Oamaru branch. Mr DUTHIE, of the Oamaru branch comes here

Cecilia Elizabeth FRIBERG, Makotuku and Patrick Henry HICKEY, Kaikora have filed deeds in the Supreme Court, deeds of arrangemnet with their creditors

July 4 - Supreme Court - Wellington
James Willim ELLIS, aged 22 years, convicted of a most brutal criminal assault at Greytown against Mary Eliza o'CONNOR. Aged 11 years. He received 12 years penal servitude and is to be twice prvately whipped. Receiving at each whipping 30 strokes with the instrument commonly called the cat - of -nine - tails.

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
John DALY - Drunk
Civil
D. JOLL v SKINNER
COLLINGE v GORDON
LYNDON v STUART

Thurs 06 July 1882

Waipawa R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
COSGROVE v MATUA
SUTTON v OLSEN
MIRBACH v MOORE
KENT v WILKS

The Edinburgh Brewery, West Clive is to be put up for auction

E.N. LUTTRELL - Veterinary Surgeon, Taradale

Fri 07 July 1882

Marriage SMITH - LE QESNE : On 6 July at St. Pauls, Presbyterian Church, Napier, by Rev.D. SIDEY, John A. SMITH to Harriet, second daughter of the late Joshua LE QUESNE, esq, Napier. Note *****. two different spellings

R.M. Court - A. KENNEDY JP
Stephen TRENOR - Drunk

The names of the Napier football team to play at Farndon Park on Saturday next , against TeAuteCollegeClubare :BLACK,COLLINS,COTTERILL, GIBBONS ( Capt), GILLIES, HAMILTON, HUNTER, NORRIS, PROVIS, RICH, ROBJOHN,SIMPSON, STOHR, STUBBS, WATERHOUSE.

There was a large attendance, principally of ladies at St. Pauls yesterday morning at the marriage of J.A. SMITH, Headmaster of Spit District School to Miss Harriet LE QUESNE. The bride wore a white satin dress, worked in crewel and trimmed with lace and orange blossoms. She was attended by four bridesmaids. Mr & Mrs SMITH left for Hastings in the afternoon and on Saturday they take their departure in the Te Anau on a southern wedding tour.

Wairoa - 6 July
At R.M. Court today, before Mr DUFF & POWDRELL J.P's, Maunimera TUTU was charged with violently assaulting KAREHAMA on 21 June last. Medical evidence showed that KAREHAMA had completely lost the sight of an eye. The hearing of the case has not concluded

Sat 08 July 1882

Birth TANKARD : At Beech Rd, Napier on 7 July , wife of F. TANKARD, of a daughter

Wairoa - 7 July In the Waikare assault case, Hamuera TUTU was fined 8 pounds and costs or in default , 2 months imprisonment with hard labor

Napier Hospital Dr. DUIGAN, who is presently in Melbourne has been appointed the Surgeon Superintendent of Napier Hospital.
The following tenders for the next 12 months were accepted:
Bread : J. HERON
Meat : J.HIGGINS
Milk : DOWLING Bros
Butter, Poultry & Eggs : NEAL & CLOSE
Groceries : NEAL & CLOSE
Brandy, Wine & Spirits : NEAL & CLOSE
Coal : J. DOLBEL & Co
Funerals : G. NICHOLSON
Mon 10 July 1882

Marriage
TACON - BUCKLEY : On July 6, at St. Patricks Church, Waipawa by Rev J.L. PHERN, Richard E. TACON of Te Aute to Johanna BUCKLEY of Te Aute

Deaths
MORRIS : At Port Ahuriri on July 8, William MORRIS. Aged 67 years. The funeral will leave his late residence at 2 o'clock this afternoon

LLOYD : At Carlyle St, Napier on July 9, Ernest M'VAY, youngest son of Harry & Helen LLOYD. Aged 9 months. The funeral will his parents residence this day at half past three

COWLRICK : At Milton Rd, Napier, on July 9, Clara Adelaide, daughter of Sidney & Clara COWLRICK. Aged 5 years & 3 months.

R.M. Court
John BODMAN - Drunk

Tues 11 July 1882

Marriage JOHNSTONE - GLEESON : On July 10, at the residence of Mr SOUTH, Napier, By Rev David SIDEY, Robert JOHNSTONE of Motuotaria Station to Anastasia GLEESON of Napier

R. M. Court - before Messrs NEWTON & LYNDON - JP's
Andrew MACNAMARA & Denis MURMANE - Charged with having driven their carts through the borough of Napier after sunset without lights being affixed to the vehicles. Dismissed
Francis BOWMAN- Charged with horse stealing. Dismissed
William HARKER - Charged on the information of Constable HARVEY with allowing horses to wander in the borough of Napier
Stephen HOOPER - Charged on information of Sgt. BURTENSHAW with allowing a horse to wander in the streets
Deposed
Charles HOOPER - Defendants son
Inspector SCULLY.
Found guilty
Robert LE QUESNE, a lad of about 14, pleaded guilty to a charge of having thrown a stone with a catapult to the danger of persons and property. The boy was cautioned and then dismissed.
Samuel CARNELL - charged on information of Constable VILLERS with having fired a gun in the New Taradale Road.
Deposed
John DALTON
J. HAPLIN - Roadman.
Found guilty
BADER v EPPLETT - The defendant was charged with having rescued a bull whilst it was being taken to the pound. Dismissed

Wairoa News
Mr W. RUSSELL - Present leasee of the Wairoa ferry
The contract for roading in Ruakituri ( Mr KING's) will be finished in about 10 days
J. CORRIFIN has obtained the contracts for 2A and 3A Ruakituri, comprising some 433 chains of bridle road

Wed 12 July 1882
Birth PULFORD : At West Clive on July 11, wife of H. PULFORD, of a son

Before Capt PREECE as Trust Commissioner
Deed of conveyance and confirmation from Ahipene TURURU to Hugh CAMPBELL of Pekapeka Block No 2.
Deed of conveyance and confirmation from paurini TE WHITI to Hugh CAMMPBELL of Pekapeka Block No2.
Lease of Mangaorapa from Tamati TUHINGA to John WHITE.

Miss CORBIN is the assistant teacher and Miss Louisa BURDEN is the pupil teacher at Napier School.

Thurs 13 July 1882

Advertisement
Mr T.A. COTTRELL, Tailor & Outfitter, has removed to the premises in Hastings St, lately occupied by Mr H.P. COHEN. In addition to his tailoring trade, which will be carried on as usual, Mr COTTERILL will keep a stock of clothing. He has also been appointed agent for Charles HILL's celebrated hats.

Patrick Henry HICKEY , Kaikora - Bankrupt
Fri 14 July 1882

Marriage YOUNG - TRASK : At Napier on July 13, by Rev De Berdt HOVELL, Alfred Henry, third son of John YOUNG to Agnes Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late J.H. TRASK, both of Napier

R.M. COURT - Capt. PREECE
Hami WEHIPUHAUA and HANILA TE MAERO were charged with forcible entry into a dwelling on land in the occupation of Waata RAKAIWEROKIA. Case adjourned

R.M. Court - Ormondville - Capt. PREECE & H. WILDING JP
Hans JACOBSEN, August WEGNER & J. BULL - Drunk
W. BOULTER, Carl DE LANG & Jeremiah FLYNN were convicted on the charge of assaulting Constable SHULTZ and John ATTEN, the latter having gone to the assistance of the constable to effect the arrest of the prisoners. BOULDER & FLYNN were sentenced to one months imprisonment and DE LANG was fined 40s with costs.
Civil
BILLINGS v CLIMO
WILES v FIRTH
THOMPSON v EMPEROR

The Public Trust has been appointed administrator of the estate of the late Martin O'SHAUGHNESSY of Chesterhope. The local agent for the Public Trust is Major SCULLY

Sat 15 July 1882

Death PRICE : On July 12, Harriette PRICE, widow of the late Thomas PRICE, of Evenjobb Court, Radnorshire, England. Aged 61 years.

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
Laurence HAFF, lad of about 14 years was charged with stealing 4 fowls, the property of George WILLIS. HAFF had previously been convicted on three different charges and there were a great number of complaints against him. He was sentenced to 4 months imprisonment with hard labor
Hami WEIPUHANA & Hanita TE MAERO - charged on remand with forcible entry. Committed to the next sitting of the Supreme Court
J.W. STUART v ANDERSON & Co.
Deposed
Hugh M'LELLAN, Sheepfarmer, Te Haroto. M'LELLAN had ordered a wagon to be made by the plantiffs. On receiving it, he found it was not what he wanted. evidence was taken here on an order from the Dunedin R.M. court
Mon 17 July 1882

Birth REDWARD : At Port Ahuriri on July 16, wife of Thomas REDWARD a daughter

Te Aute Rugby team : R. CHRISTIAN ( Capt), T.G. POU, T. HEI, M. WIREMU, W. NEHIA, LEMUEL, COOPER, SOLOMON, WALLACE, H. RYLAND, A. WILLIAMS, J. TOPI, WATKINS & A. TOPI
Waipawa Rugby team : J.K. BOGLE, BURTON, BOWDEN, CROSSE, EWEN ( Capt), INGLIS, GOLDSMITH, WADDINGTON, FRASER, J. GOODWIN, M'DOUGALL, GUY & GOOSE

The Public Trust has been appointed administrator of the estate of the late Phillip GRUCHY

Tues 18 July 1882
Mr BARCLAY, third master of Napier School has resigned. Mr F.W. WAKE of Geraldine has been appointed to the position.

Mr F.W. THOMPSON, previously the first master of Norsewood School and for sometime second master under Mr CAMPBELL at Napier High School will again take charge of the Norsewood School. For the past 4 years he has been the master of Kyle School, Canterbury.

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
William SWANSON - Drunk
Richard BARROWS - Insulting language
Catharine BRETT - Obscene language

Thurs 20 July 1882
Death
WILLIAMS : At Puketapu on July 14, John William, infant son of Thomas Walter WILLIAMS & Hannah WILLIAMS. Aged 1 day

R. COURT - before E. LYNDON JP
Joseph EVANS - Drunk

An inquest was held yeterday at RYAN's Hotel, Taradale before Dr HITCHINGS, Coroner, touching the death of Martin O'SHANNASSY, whose body was found in a creek at Chesterhope. Mr BENJAMIN was chosen foreman of the jury. a verdict of " Found drowned' was returned

Fri 21 July 1882


This was the Mahinapua's maiden trip up the coast. NOTE : Lg write up about the boat on page 2

Sat 22 July 1882
Birth HITCHINGS : At Whareama on July 20, wife of T.B. HITCHINGS of a son.

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
Charles MOLONEY - Drunk
Mon 24 July 1882

John Thomas RENOUF has filed a declaration of insolvency, by which he vacates his seat on the Borough Council

Tues 25 July 1882

Birth BELL : On 24 July at the W.M. Club, wife of T.C. BELL of a daughter

R.M. Court
Alex BLAIR - Drunk
Hare MOKENA, Omahu - charged with stealing a horse, the property of Karema KUATANIWHA. Remanded
T. MOLONEY - Obscene language
John NORTHE., a lad of about 14 years was charged with wilfully breaking a window. Fined 10 shillings, costs 7s and dmage to the window, 6s
Thomas TRASK - Failing to keep a light on his carriage after sunset.
Wed 26 July 1882

Deaths INGLETON :At Kaikora on July 24 at midnight, Ann, beloved wife of John INGLETON. The funeral leaves the railway station on Thursday morning

BELL : At the W.M. Club on 25 July, infant daughter of Thomas Cecil and Evaline BELL

Before Capt PREECE, trust Commissioner
Conveyance from Urupena PUHARA and RAPINAHA to Rev Samuel WILLIAMS, of Rotoatara Block. 780 acres
Conveyance from renata PUKUTUTU and Hori HURI to George HERRITT of No 18N, Oero Bush

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
Civil
VAUGHAN v VAUGHAN & VAUGHAN
E. ASHTON v FOX
STUBBS v BANBURY & SHANNON
Thurs 27 July 1882


R.M. COURT - Capt PREECE
Thomas MANSFIELD - Drunk
Manena TINI & Moanaro TE WHAPAHIKA - Obscene language
W. HAWKER , was charged by Ann SEARLES with assaulting her at Taradale.
Fri 28 July 1882
27 - Sir Donald from Blackhead, Fairy Bay & Waimarama
27 - Maori for Wairoa. Mrs DOWNES & child. Mr & Mrs POOLE & 5 children. Messrs BREWER, DRANSFIELD & SELIG
27 - Manaia for Wairoa. Capt PREECE & another
27 - Croydon Lass for Golden Bay

Birth
BRIDEN : At M'Donald St, off Tennyson St, Napier, on 27 July, wife of James C. BRIDEN of a daughter

Eru WHATANUI who was charged with horse stealing , has broken out of Wairoa gaol and escaped
Sat 29 July 1882


Birth
BRISTOW : At Port Ahuriri on 26 July, wife of H. BRISTOW, of a daughter

A telegram has been received from Dr DUIGAN, Melbourne, stating that he was unble to accept the appointment of Surgeon - Superintendent to the Napier Hospital.

Members of Gisborne Football Team : J. BERRY ( Capt), PARTRIDGE, SHERATT, BOURKE, COOKE, E.H. PAVITT, E.A. PAVITT, C. WHITE, S. WHITE, BULL, BARNES, DAY, EWAN, TE KANI & WYLLIE

Mr James ANNABELL - Portrait painter, Hastings
Mon 31 July 1882


Death
BEGG : On 29 July at Thompson Rd, Napier, John BEGG Junior. Aged 30 years, only son of John BEGG Senior.
The funeral will leave his fathers residence at 2.30 pm this day.

Tues 01 Aug 1882


Mr George HESLOP's woolshed at Chesterhope was destroyed by fire on Saturday night

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
James CONNOR - Drunk
Henry ROGERS, Samuel MERRICK & Thomas MANLEY - Leaving their cabs unattended
Hare MOKENA - Horse stealing
Deposed : Matene OTUTU - Shepherd, Gisborne
William O'MARA - Station Manager, Waiapu
William ACKLAND, Ormond
The case was adjourned
Wed 02 Aug 1882


Birth
RUTHERFORD : At Montrose, Amuri, on July 31, wife of W.G. RUTHERFORD of twins. A boy & girl

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
Thomas John CAMERON - Drunk
Civil
LARGE & TOWNLEY v MENZIES
ROBERTSON v CLEARY
R. WESTLAKE v MILES
James ROLFE v TE KAWA, Wairoa
E. DICKSON v CAULTON
Deposed Sydney JONES
William RUDDICk, Hotelkeeper
Isaac VAUGHAN v Mrs VAUGHAN. The case was a family dispute, over cattle. Judgement was for the defendant

James WATSON , Storekeeper, Havelock - Bankrupt
Thurs 03 Aug 1882

R. M. Court - before NEWTON & LYNDON JP's
Elizabeth EDIE - Who had been a dozen times convicted of drunkenness was again charged with the same offence. 7 days imprisonment
Thomas MANSFIELD - Stealing spoons and a pair of gold earrings.

R.M. Court - Waipawa
CORKSIE & ROBB v BOWDEN
BICKERTON v FRASER
TODD v HILL
TODD v FRASER
BELL v MIRBACH
HARTSHORN v Waipawa Road Board

Philip Nicholas BARTLETT & John NORMAN - Bankrupt

H B Herald 04 Aug 1882



Birth
HALLETT ; On Aug 1, wife of Thomas HALLETT of a son
Sat 05 Aug 1882
03 - Fairy from Blackhead
04 - Oreti from Poverty Bay & Auckland
03 - Boojum from Wairoa

R.M. Court - Waipawa - Capt PREECE
Gilbert M'LEOD - having stolen a pig, the property of Renata TE PEWA.
Evidence by :
MIKA
J. HAZLETT
Const. LIVINGSTON
Mrs AUSTIN
The case was dismissed


Mon 07 Aug 1882


Birth
LUTTRELL : AT Taradale, Redclyffe Road, on 4 Aug, Mrs E.V. LUTTRELL of a daughter

At Putae, near Gisborne, a party of maoris have established a whaling station
Tues 08 Aug 1882
06 - Glenariff for Valparalso
06 - Go Ahead for Wellington
06 - Stella for Wellington

Birth
COTTERILL: At Napier on 6 Aug, wife of A.J. COTTERILL of a son

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
James ROBERTS - Drunk
Annie NEAL - Obscene language

Mr James THOMSON, of the Survey Dept here, has been transferred to a higher and more lucrative post in the Survey Office in Nelson

Curious announcement of a birth appears in an Invercargill paper.
Birth - PATTERSON: At Appleby, on July 29, wife of Thomas PATERSON of her fourteenth child, a son, to be called " William, Prince of Orange.

Wed 09 Aug 1882

Birth
MILLIER ; At West Clive on 7 Aug,wife of H. MILLIER, of a son

Marriage
HARTREE - HARPER : At Napier on 8 Aug, by Rev J.J. LEWIS, Henry HARTREE to Harriet Amelia HARPER, third daughter of Mr W. HARPER of Napier

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
John BUTLER - Drunk
Civil
ALLEY v BELL
BENJAMIN v Paraore KUARE
WRIGHTSON v MILES
WILLIAMS v PETERS
CASSIN v REAN
BARRY v WUATU
GORDON v GILMORE
WRIGHTSON v MILLER
Thurs 10 Aug 1882

Birth
SNELLING : At the Victoria Hotel, Napier on Tuesday 8 Aug, wife of S,A. SNELLING of a son

Marriage
BURKE - LINEHAN : At Hastings on 8 Aug, by Rev E. REIGNIER, Martin BURKE to Hannah LINEHAN, both of Hawkes Bay

Death
COOKE : On Aug 9, Elizabeth Anne, wife of S.W. COOKE. Aged 35 years

Waipawa Magistrate Court
Joseph CARPENTER - Threatening and abusive language at Kaikora. The police called H. FLETCHER, J. COLLINS & R. EVANS in support of the charge. The prisoner was sentenced to two months hard labor at Napier gaol

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
William SWANSON - Habitual drunkard
William ANDERSON & Henry GOLDSMITH - Drunk

Mr J.A. REARDEN has resigned his position as principal at Meanee College
Fri 11 Aug 1882

Mr VILLERS has just completed extensive additions and improvements to the Petane Hotel and grounds. Altogether Mr VILLERS must have planted some thousands of trees

Sat 12 Aug 1882

Capt. PREECE R.M. has been appointed Registrar for Hawkes Bay , under the Sale of Poisons Act 1871

George ROBINSON - Town Crier and Tintinabulist has started business in Napier
Mon 14 Aug 1882


Birth
CRANE : At Tahoraite, on Aug 9, Mrs J.F. CRANE of a son

Marriage
WATERHOUSE - LAMBE : On Aug 12 at Papatoitoi, by Rev F. GOULD, F.S. WATERHOUSE of Maungawhare, Hawkes Bay to Gertrude Margaret, third daughter of W. LAMBE Esq, Papatoitoi, Auckland

Death
MARTIN : At Napier Hospital on Aug 13, Mark MARTIN. Aged 28 years

R.M. COURT - Before E. LYNDON JP
Peter THOMPSON - Drunk

Due to heavy rain in the region, a landslip occurred in Shakespeare Road, yesterday morning. Several tons of large stones were lying in the roadway.
Also a landslip in Battery Road, at the back of a house occupied by Mr SIMONS, carter, caused a large tree to fall on the roof of his house.
Mrs KEMP & Mr JACOBS had their premises in Hastings Steet flooded

Eru WHATANUI, the escapee from the Wairoa lock up, was brought into Napier on Saturday afternoon, after being captured by some natives at Tongoio. He was taken before Capt PREECE on Saturday afternoon and remanded.

An accident which has unfortunately proved fatal occurred at Napier Railway Station on Saturday to Mark MARTIN who was temporarily employed during his brothers illness. While trying to put down the coupling hook, he slipped off the side of a sleeper and fell partly between the trucks, three wheels of which passed over him, mangling his left thigh, fracturing his right arm in two places and otherwise injuring him. He was removed to the hospital, where he died last evening, shortly before 7 o'clock
**** Lister Interest
Our Norsewood Correspondent - Yesterday I went on a little excursion to Ormondville ......................... The weather being to wet for journeying I put up at Mr LINEHAN's Settlers Arms Hotel, one of the most comfortable hotels in the bush, both with regard to the politeness shown by mine host and his servants as well as the cuisine, under the able management of the hostess. Tomorrow I am travelling further and should wish wherever I may put up to meet with such cordiality as at the Settlers Arms at Ormondville.
Tues 15 Aug 1882

Birth
DOBSON : On 12 Aug, at Napier Terrace, wife Robert DOBSON of a daughter

Death
BOGGS : At Napier on Aug 14, Joseph Wilkie, youngest son of the late Mr G. BOGGS. Aged 3years.
The funeral will leave his parents residence, Tennyson St, at 2 pm tomorrow

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
Thomas GREEN - Drunk in a railway carriage at Clive

Mr MAYNE - Postmaster - Wairoa
Wed 16 Aug 1882


Births
SHAW : At Wairoa on 11 Aug, wife W.F. SHAW, of a daughter

MACKENZIE : At Napier on 11 Aug, wife C.W. MACKENZIE of a daughter

The Rev D'Arcy IRVINE, late of Napier, has met with another buggy accident at Goulbourn, his cure in NSW. The horses bolted, knocking Mr IRVINE down. The wheels of the buggy passed over his head. He lay dangerously ill for three weeks, but at last advice has taken a turn for the better

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
John ALRIDGE - Travelling on the Napier railway line without a ticket
Civil
SELBY v W. WILLIS
REARDEN v ROPER
T.TORR v S. BROWN
BARRON v TAWI
Mary BARRY v Andrew ANTHONY - adjourned

Mark MARTIN - the man that who was killed on Saturday leaves a widow and one child. She is left without any means, her husband having been ill for a very long time. Some of Mrs MARTIN's friends are organising a relief fund

Woodville Cemetery
An additional cemetery site would be granted at the Gorge, comprising of 15 acres, near Mr PEBBLES section.
The new trustees are : T.F. FOUNTAINE, J.J. MURPHY, J. SOWRY ( old trust), T. MOORE & J. HUTCHINS

A steam flour mill is to be erected by Mr A. SMITH of Oringi on the Matihiri clearing

The partnership between Charles Holme STUART and George Henry MACKENZIE, Sheepfarmers at Tuhira, has been dissolved. The business will be carried on by Charles Holme STUART and Thomas John STUART.

Neils FRIBERG - Pupil teacher at Norsewood hs resigned

Thurs 17 Aug 1882


Mr T.A. COTTRELL advertises fancy dress suits made to order

Fri 18 Aug 1882


About 20 nominated immigrants, chiefly single women will arrive here on Saturday by the Rotorua from Auckland. They landed at the ltter port some few days ago, having reached there by the ship " Hermoine"

A meeting of the creditors of Charles MITCHELL, Clive was held yesterday

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
Frank STEVENS & Thomas M'MANUS - Drunk
Henry START & William DONALDSON - committing a breach of the peace

A settler at Norsewood, Hans ANDERSON was killed on Wednesday night, through the upsetting of a sring cart in which he was riding. Anders JOHANSEN who was in the cart with the deceased, received such severe internal injuries that it is doubtful he will recover. ANDERSON was under the influence of liquor at the time

R.M. Court - Waipawa - Capt PREECE
Robert BRISTY - committing a nuisance of himself in a railway carriage
Edmund PETERS - ill treating a horse at Porangahau. The charge was withdrawn by the police.
Civil
NEWMAN v PATEN
WILKES v KENT
STERRY v BELL
Same v MEHAN
Same v C. MORTENSEN
GOFF v MURPHY

Sat 19 Aug 1882


Birth
FOREMAN : At Hastings on Aug 17, wife of Thomas FOREMAN, of a daughter
Mon 21 Aug 1882

Birth
BIRD : At the Barracks, Napier, on 14 Aug, wifeof John BIRD, of a daughter. Wellington papers please copy

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
James FERGUSON - Drunk

Mr John HINDMARSH has sold his Pakamoana property ( 8,000 acres freehold & 18,000 acres leasehold, 17,000 sheep and all plant) to J.A. CUNNINGHAM of Canterbury for about 35,000 pounds
Tues 22 Aug 1882


Death
SCHULZ : On Aug 19, at Makotuku, Frances Dorothea, third daughter of Frank & Dorothea SCHULZ. Aged 1 year 9 months. Nelson papers please copy.

Before the Trust Commissioner - Capt. PREECE
Conveyance of undivided interest in Karkaora Block, 4132 acres from Pene TE PUNGA to William DOUGLAS and release of agreement from Rawenata TAWI to William DOUGLAS of the same block.

R.M. COurt - Capt PREECe
Thomas RYAN - Drunk at Hastings
James M'NEAL - while in a state of intoxication in a railway carriage, smashed a pane of glass
Wed 23 Aug 1882

Mr T. ANDREWS - Photographer, Tennyson St, Napier

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
Henry GOLDSMITH - Drunk
Henry ROBERTSON - Drunk in a railway carriage
John ALRIDGE - Lunacy - Discgarged
Kate WILLIAMS - Lunacy
Elizabeth CLEMENTs - Having stolen 6 one pound notes, the property of Thomas GRACIE, boarder at Mr VILLERS hotel, Petane. The prisoner was a servant at the hotel. Found guilty and received one months gaol.
Civil
KNOWLES v NEAGLE
William MEBAN v Thomas LUCAS
MURRAY, ROBERTS & Co v STURM
JENSEN v MEADOWS
IRVINE v ROBJOHNS
M'AULEY v MERRITT
SOMERVILLE v CROW
Thurs 24 Aug 1882
23 - Mahinapua for Dunedin via Oamaru
23 - Sir Donald for Moeangiangi

Fri 25 Aug 1882
RT

R.M. Court - before Dr SPENCER JP (Mayor)
Elizabeth EDDIE - Being a habitual drunkard. One months hard labor

Waipawa Football Team : BOGLE, BOWDEN, CHRISTIAN, DUNCAN, GOODWIN, GOOSE, GOLDSMITH, INGLIS, POU, RHODES, TARAMOANA, WADDINGTON, WILLIAMS & 2 others

Mr DOWNS, Wairoa lost his house to fire on Wednesday night
Sat 26 Aug 1882


Mr John FULFORD, Brickmaker, Chaucer road, has left with us three plain flower pots made by him in Napier. Doubtless some of our horticulturalists will give them a trial and so " encourage local industry".

R.M. Court - NEWTON & KENNEDY JP's
Two girls and a boy, children of Elizabeth WILLIAMS who last Tuesday was remanded on a charge of lunacy were brought before the bench to be dealt with as destitute children. The bench committed the two girls to the Orphanage at Nelson for 7 years and the boy for 6 years.

New Plymouth - Friday
At 5 o'clock this morning the Stratford Hotel was burnt down. Most of the furniture was saved. The fire is supposed to have originated in the spirit store under the stairs and went up the lining to the roof
Mon 28 Aug 1882


Birth
KIRK : At east Clive on 25th inst, wife of George KIRK, of a daughter

R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
Eruera TE WHATANUI - charged with escaping from Wairoa lock up, was remanded to Wairoa

Friends of the late George BURTON will be pleased to know a handsome monument to his memory has been erected in the Napier cemetery, marking the spot where his mortal remains have been re interred by order of the legatees of his will.
The monument is an elegant obelsik of pink Arbroath granite, on a base of Port Chalmers stone and stands some 14 feet high. It is enclosed by a concrete wall and a light iron fence. the floor of the enclosure is cemented
The monument was imported. Mr WATERWORTH has carefully conducted the erecting of the monument. As an ornament, it compares favorably with anything of the kind in Napier cemetery
Tues 29 Aug 1882


On Saturday evening last, between 9 and 10 o'clock, Neil CARMICHAEL a young man about 18 years of age who had been arrested on Saturday afternoon was brought up in Waipawa Magistrate Court, charged by the police with attempting to commit a rape upon Christina PETERSEN, aged 5 years 10 months. He was remanded on bail until Wednesday next
Mr A. St.C. INGLIS was the presiding justice

Wairoa - Monday
Mr George S. FRASER died at Te Kapu yesterday

Mrs Jane FERGUSON, Criterion Hotel, intends to apply at the next licensing meeting for the transfer of the license to Patrick GORMAN
Wed 30 Aug 1882

Death
FRASER : At Napier Hospital on Aug 28, Donald FRASER. Aged 29 years.
The funeral will leave the residence of Mr William WELLS, Chaucer Road, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock

Mr F.T. COLLINS, formerly of Waipawa, but lately of Palmerston North, has, we learn from an exchange, sold out his butchering business to Messrs STEWART & Co

R.M. Court - E. LYNDON JP
J. MALVERN - Drunk
Kate WILLIAMS - Lunacy - Discharged
Civil
E.LYNDON v M.S. BELL
D. PELICHET v DAVIES
J.T. LARGE v G. WILSON
Thurs 31 Aug 1882


R.M. Court - Capt PREECE
Patrick M'SWEENEY & William ROBERTS - Drunk

Te Aute College Football Team : CHRISTIAN, RATAPU, Taramena HEI, WAIREMU, W. NAPIER, W. NEHUA, Aporo COOK, J. TOPI, H. RYLAND, T. ELLISON, W. GARDINER, Paul COOPER, Taite COOPER, L.J. URUPU, A. WILLIAMS & T.G POU. Emergencies Wereta KIRIKIRI & Walter TORR.
Napier Football Team : B. BUCHANAN, BLACK, CARLYON, COTTERILL, COLLINS, COUPER, GIBBONS, HUNTER, NORRIS, PRICE, ROBINSON, RICH, STUBBS, SIM & WATERHOUSE. Emergencies D. DAVIS & CHISSELL

Waipawa Magistrate Court - R.HARDING & W. WILDING
Neil CARMICHAEL on remand for having committed an assault on a girl aged 5 years 10 months.
Mr LASCELLES defended the accused.
Deposed
Harriet CALLAN - A girl aged about 14 years. Her and the accused both worked for the butcher, Mr SPORLE.
Mrs A. SPORLE and the mother of the child were called, but the major part of their evidence was disallowed.
The bench dismissed the case

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