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Bush Advocate
1892

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Sat 02 Jan 1892

A child belonging to one of the natives, died in the train last night between Woodville & Tahoraite. The deceased was a son of Tukere IHAIA.

Another Victim
Intense alarm still prevails at Pahiatua. Another death has occured this afternoon, Mr Samuel NAYLOR's child.

Tues 05 Jan 1892

Danevirke Police Court
William ROE - Two charges of drunkenness and a charge of refusing to leave the Junction Hotel

Thurs 07 Jan 1892

Contable RYAN received orders to hand over his station to Constable LAWLESS on Saturday and proceed to Wellington.

Ormondville RM Court. A. TURNBULL

Police v RUSSELL - Trespassing on the Railway with horse & dray. Ganger DREBEL and HICKS, the porter at Makotuku , proved the case.
Sat 09 Jan 1892

Danevirke RM Court
M. RYAN v W.H. SCHULTZ
L. CAROLAN v G. CAMERON
R. DICKEY v W. MANTELL
V. RASMUSSEN v C.W. REARDON
BIERRE v CRIDLAND
J. LIVINGSTONE v V. RASMUSSEN

Ormondville Sunday School Prizegiving

Girls
1st Class : Maria THOMSEN, Annie GRANT, May FOTHERGILL & Louisa BEAL
2nd Class : Amy SIDDELLS, Mary BRABAZON, Florrie BRABAZON, Mary THOMSON, Susan FOTHERGILL & Laura ENGLAND
3rd Class : Sophia REISMA, Sophia THOMSON, Mary ENGLAND & Louisa GROOM
4th Class : Clara REISIMA, Annie REISIMA, Mabel ENGLAND, Florrie SIDDELLS, Alice THOMSEN, Annie LEACH

Boys
1st Class : ORMOND, D. SMITH, Bernard GROOM
2nd Class : John B. REDWARD, James SMITH
3rd Class : John BENBOW, Charles SMITH
4th Class : Bert SIDDELLS, Lester REDWARD

Tues 12 Jan 1892

On Sunday a youth named GILMORE of Papatu, was riding in company with some boys when his horse stumbled and fell, rolling over the rider. The lad sustained a slight concussion of the brain and was taken home, but is now recovering.

Confirmation Service was held in the Norsewood Lutheran Church on Sunday, Pastor RIES officiating.
The following were confirmed : Bernt ENGLEBRETSEN, Mathilda ENGLEBRETSEN, Emma ENGELBRETSEN, Mathilda CHRISTOFFERSEN, Jalma CHRISTOFFERSEN & Anten HANSEN.

Thurs 14 Jan 1892

J.H. BULL - Appointed Headmaster at Gisborne School

Mr T. BOSANKO, completed the formation contract of the footpaths at Ormondville yesterday.
Sat 16 Jan 1892

Dense smoke is coming over the ranges and through Norsewood. There must be a very large bush fire raging near Birmingham
Note *** Any readers any idea where Birmingham was.

LIVINGSTONE is out on bail on a charge of stabbing his wife. remanded until Friday.

Peter POWNALL of West Clive, committed suicide between 3 -5 yesterday morning.
Tues 19 Jan 1892 Danevirke District School's Prizegiving. 19/01/1892

Std V1 - Ellen ROYTHORNE

Std v - Herbert SHUGAR, Jack POPPLEWELL, John LLOYD, George DAVIS, Ada ALLARDICE

Std 1V - Aage BIERRE, Charles HODDER, John QUINLAN, Edward HAGGENSEN, Rosa ALLARDICE, Annie CAMERON, Beatrice DRINKWATER

Std 111 - Kaspar ANDERSON, George ROYTHORNE, Walter DRINKWATER, George ALLARDICE, John HENDERSON, Alfred ANDERSON, Andrew SHUGAR, Louise PAWSON, Mary WALLACE, Ruby POPPLEWELL, Mabel LEE, Annie ELMBRANCH, Ethel LEE, Hannah FRASER, May HENDERSON, Lucy TERRY, Alice MITCHELL, Jessie HENDERSON

Std 11 - James WALLACE, Walter DOLMAN, Henry LLOYD, Fred RICHARDS, Charles MILLER, Fred ELMBRANCH, Willie DEAN, Harry DRINKWATER, Samuel ROSSITER, Harry NUTTALL, Harry BROOKS, Annie MITCHELL, Gertrude LEE, Jane ALDING, Annie MCILVOY, Annie QUINLAN, Amunda SKJOTH, Ada MITCHELL, Harriet BROWN, Annie CONNOR, Lily BUHCH

Std 1 - Edgar SLIPPER, Alex CARMICHAEL, Thomas FRASER, Jens BERNSTEN, Carl BIERRE, Christy DIXON, James QUINLAN, Andrew QUINLN, Neil CARMICHAELL, Donald CARMICHAEL, Tilly HAGGENSON, Josephine BRIGHOUSE, Kate CONRAD, Nellie DEAN, Edith POPPLEWELL, Mabel ROYTHORNE, Cissy HEMMINGSEN, Fanny RICHARDS, Annie ROSE, Martha SHUGAR, Rachel ROXBURGH, Annie SKJOTH

Lower 1 - Harry THOMSON, Roby BRIGHOUSE, William HENDERSON, Emil ANDERSON, Alfred FRIIS, George MILLER, Michael DENNEHY, Thomas DENNISON, Johnahon BROWN, Cecil POPPLEWELL, Bertie NUTTALL, William CLIFTON, John MCILVOY, Mary MCILVOY, Nettie WRIGHT, Nellie FRASER, Cornelia WILEY

Preparatory 1 - Bertie DAVIE, Bertie FRIIS, Charles CHRISTIANSEN, William QUINLAN, Donald ROSE, Herbert McCARTIE, Charles DIXON, Richard DRINKWATER, George DRINKWATER, George FITZJOHN, Fred THOMAS, Arhtur CLIFTON, Minnie BRIGHOUSE, Christina CARMICHAEL, Lily GUNTER, Edith MACKAY, Florence McCARTIE, Minnie CHRISTIANSEN, Mart DENNEHY, Crystal LLOYD, Mary Jane CROWLEY, Emma CONNOR, Mary SKJOTH, Ethel ROYTHORNE, Emily WHITEHEAD, Lena JENSEN

Preparatory 11 - Edward WILEY, Edward CONRAD, Edward HODDER, Willie ROE, James REARDON, James VEAL, Sidney McCARTIE, Lawrence LLOYD, Ernest WHITEHEAD, Allan LEE, Henry WILLIAMS, Ella LEE, Agnes WHITEHEAD, Florence SMITH, Susan LIVINGSTONE, Ada GUNTER, Mary McINTOSH, Nellie DAVIE, Lily DAVIE, Lizzie BIERRE, Antoinette RASMUSSEN, Elise RASMUSSEN, Antoinette PETERSEN, Bertha DEAN, Rubina LIVINGSTONE, Grace McILVOY, Mary HERMANSEN, Annie THOMAS, Mabel CONNOR, Rose NUTTALL, Sarah LOUDEN
Thurs 21 Jan 1892

A wedding is to take place at the Ormondville Church today, when Rev Canon WEBB will unite Eliza, eldest living daughter of W.H. BEALE to Winter FUZZARD of Taradale.

Danevirke police Court
Edward MARSON - Drunk
J. REARDON - charged with assaulting J.E. CROSSLAND

Sat 23 Jan 1892

Marriage
FUSZARD - BEALE : on Thurs Jan 21 at Church of Epihany, Ormondville, by Rev Canon WEBB, Winter, only son of Robert FUSZARD of Hastings to Elizabeth, second daughter of W. H. & Mary Ann BEALE

Mr O. NIKOLAISEN, an Ormondville settler of many years standing, is dangerously ill

On Thurs, the many friends of Mr & Mrs BEALE, Ormondville, assembled to witness the marriage of Elizabeth .... more.

The verdict in the Pahiatua poisoning case is death by arsenic, but no evidence to show how it was administered.

Alleged Wife Stabbing
At the Danevirke police Court, John LIVINGSTONE was brought up on remand , charged with stabbing his wife Rebecca on the face with a sharp instrument ....... Committed for trial at Napier on Feb 28.
Names mentioned:
E.W. CAMPBELL - WILKINSON
Rebecca nee WALLACE,LIVINGSTONE
John RYAN, Police constable
William NUTTALL Jnr.

An Interupted Honeymoon
Ole HEGH was charged before GROOM & ERICKSEN JP's on a charge of drunkenness and offensive language to the Salvation Army( was arrested the day after the offence on his way home after just having got married) ..... more
Tues 26 Jan 1892

A holiday has been granted to Danevirke School tomorrow on account of the races.

Thurs 28 Jan 1892

Death
NICOLAYSEN : On 26 inst at his residence, Danish Line, Norsewood, Ole NICOLAYSEN Snr, aged 63 years. The funeral will leave the house at 10am tomorrow and the Lutheran church, Norsewood at noon.

Dr WILKINSON is leaving the district.

Danvevirke Police Court
Eugene KENNY - Endeavouring money by false representations.

Sat 30 Jan 1892

Kenneth F. CAMERON - Chairman , Weber Road Board

Tues 02 Feb 1892

Master F.E. SHUGAR, Ormondville, has passed first on the list of boys from Napier High School in the Matriculation exam.

Thurs 04 Feb 1892

Norsewood School Committee
Marks obtained by Pupil teachers
Miss E. ANDERSON - 2nd year - 978/1430
Miss Hilda PETTERSON - 3rd year - 847/1420
Miss WAHL - 4th year - 1056/1430

Sat 06 Feb 1892

Mr BARNETT, Danevirke Post Office, has been removed to Napier

ORM Court. A. TURNBULL Esq
Joseph MORAN - Allowing a cow to wander
Harry BROOKES - Allowing a horse to wander
Alfred HUNT - Allowing a horse to wander
Civil
W. ROBINSON v David CARMICHAEL
W.R. BLYTHE v Robert BELL
Same v Joseph MORAN
Same v William Reynolds
Tues 09 Feb 1892

Makotuku School
The following are children that passed;
Std V : Harry LEAN, Jane RUSSELL
Std 1V : Willie JARMAN, Florrie GASSON, Ellen O'LEARY, Esther RUSSELL, Evelyn DAVIS
Std 111 : Fred DREW, Albinus OLSEN, Chas PIKE, Andrew SNADDON, Sophia SCHAARE, Lizzie HULL, Edith ROBINSON, May DONGHI
Std 11 : Arthur GAMMON, Alice HARMES, Lizzie ORMOND, Lizzie EBEL, Nellie SMITH, Annie SCHMIDT, Ida JARMAN, Ida MANN, Grace ROBINSON, Zenobia LEAN, Lizzie O'LEARY, Hannah CALLEN
Std 1 : Willie HULL, Willie BRABAZON, James SMITH, Frank HUNT, Lillie RUSSELL, Louisa DONGHI, Mary NEWLING

Thurs 11 Feb 1892

J.T. MILLER had the misfortune to lose the top of one of his fingers while working at the Tamaki Mill

Several changes at Makotuku and Norsewood lately:
Mr WATSON has brought the property formerly owned by J.TOWERS at Garfield.
Gotlieb SCHMIDT has sold his section at Makotuku.
Mr W. EBEL has sold to Mr CANTWELL
Mr SIDEY hastaken over the piece of land , known as "Parsons", about 200 acres of maori land, for which a new lease of 21 years has been obtained and he has brought Mr HOLM's property.

Danevirke police Court
John Edward CROSSLAND - charged with wife beating. Received one months hard labour in Napier gaol.

Sat 13 Feb 1892

Danevirke RM Court. A. TURNBULL
Police v FISHER - Charged with supplying J. ANDREWS, a prohibited person, with drink.
HARRIGAN v J. SHEEHAN
J. John v FRIIS
G.W. SCOTT v PARKER
V. RASMUSSEN v C.W. REARDON
J. BAKER v C. HARRIGAN

John DALTON, was found dead at Eketahuna this mornining with his throat cut .... more

Tues 16 Feb 1892

Three families left Norsewood for New Plymouth yesterday. They were those of Mr P. PEDERSON Snr, C. PEDERSON & J. FREDERICKSEN. They have been induced to try Taranaki as a field for their industry

Thurs 18 Feb 1892

Hawkes Bay Education Board
Appointments
Miss CAUGHLEY - Maharahara
Miss ARROW, resigned. Miss JONES, appointed, Kaikora
Miss LINDSAY, pupil teacher, Clive
Miss STEVENS & ROACH, Pupil teachers, Hastings
Miss GARRY, assistant, Havelock ( subject to passing exams)
Miss BEO, Pupil teacher, Havelock
Miss J. RUSSELL, Monitor, Makotuku
Mr MORGAN, Headmaster, Mr HISLOP, third master, Napier Main school
Miss GRANT, puipl teacher, Ormondville
W. McCARTHY, Puipl teacher, Port Ahuriri
A. McCUTCHEON, Pupil teacher, Taradale
Miss STEPHENSON, Puipl teacher, Matawhero
Sat 20 Feb 1892

A man named BILLENS had his leg broken on Thursday while working in the Co Mill at Tahoraite

We have to announce the death of our Ormondville reporter, Mr F.C. SHUGAR

Tues 23 Feb 1892

The funeral of the late F.C. SHUGAR took place at Ormondvile yesterday afternoon ... more

The following have passed the teachers examinations in Class E:
Hawkes Bay ; Annie BANKS, Felicia BROBERG, Rose CHEGWIDDEN, Clara KING, Mary MAGILL, Isabella MILLER

Gisborne Supreme Court
Alfred William CROFT, late Deputy Official Assignee here ,pleaded guilty to five indicments for embezzlement, and was sentenced to four years penal seritude on each charge. Sentences to be concurrent.

Frederick LAING pleaded not guilty to a charge of larceny.

Thurs 25 Feb 1892

A photographer, Mr STEWART is now in Danevirke

Sat 27 Feb 1892

Marriage
LYONS - GREELISH ; On 22 inst at Danevirke, Michael LYONS to Norah GREELISH

Tues 01 Mar 1892

Supreme Court - Napier
LIVINGSTONE - charged with stabbing his wife, was acquitted
Ernest Walter HALLET, a lad aged 12 yeras, pleaded guilty to the larceny of four five pound notes

John REARDON, Boarding housekeeper at Danevirke, died in Waipukurau Hospital. He had only been ill a couple of days. Mrs REARDON and the children went down by train this afternoon.

Thurs 03 Mar 1892
Quite on the local news

Sat 05 Mar 1892

Const LAWLESS arrested Joseph ROBERTS upon a charge of larceny from a dwelling

Tues 08 Mar 1892

Miss ANDREW has resigned her position as mistress at the Danevirke School.

Danevirke School Committee
A letter from Rev W.G. WALLACE complaining that Mr POPPLEWELL was not teaching his son as required
Thurs 10 Mar 1892

Frederick LINROHT, brought before Messrs CLAYTON & HAWKINS charged with drunkenness.

Sat 12 Mar 1892

Danevirke RM Court.
OLIVER v DONNELLY
T. HOWE v A. MITCHELL
Same v P.H. FOSTER
R.C. SNELLING v R. MORTENSEN
DICKEY & co v J. McGAUGHRAN
Same v R. ROBERTS
John M'GRATH v S.G. GAMMON
McWILLIAMS v SNADDEN

Danevirke SChool
Re : WALLACE complaing about the headmaster ........

Tues 15 Mar 1892

No local news

Thurs 17 Mar 1892

Mr CUNNINGHAM who hails from Australia is to open a butcher shop in Makotuku.

Hawkes Bay Education Board
Appointments
Mr CUTHBERT -2nd Master - Gisborne
Mr CAUGHLEY -4th Master - Napier
Miss L. LINDSAY - Pupil teacher - Port Ahuriri
Miss A. MAGILL - Pupil teacher - Napier
Miss Florence GEORGE - Pupil teacher - Hastings.
Resignations
Miss ANDREW - Danevirke
Miss CURTIS - Manga-a -tua

Miss HERBERT died sudenly at Takapau last night.

Danevirke Police Court
Hiria TANNUI - Disorderly while drunk

Sat 19 Mar 1892

Mr Clemen PETERSEN, accompanied by his family, bade farewell to Danevirke on Thursday afternoon, when they left by express en route to their native country.

Tues 22 Mar 1892

A lad, aged 13 years, James BARRON met his death in a shocking manner at Gisborne on Saturday afternoon. He is the son of a horse owner, Huntley BARRON ..... more

Danevirke Police Court
James REARDON - Larceny of two bags of lime
Edward SPENCER, 15 years, stealing a silver watch & chain. Remanded

Thurs 24 Mar 1892

Lewis WEBB, Ormondville, has purchased Mr GROVES property at Makotuku.

Ormondville RM Court
Martin MORRISEY, charged with behaving in a riotous manner and using obscene language .... more

Sat 26 Mar 1892

Danevirke Police Court
Edward SPENCER, a lad on remand charged with stealing a silverv watch and chain from John LOUDEN at Oringi. He was also charged with stealing a pair of trousers from a lad, Agustus SVENDSEN, working at Mr CARLSON's sawmill.

Tues 29 Mar 1892

Hastings people have been greatly shocked by the terrible death of Mr F.R. T. MILLMAN, a well known drover & stock agent .... more

Danevirke Police Court
Edward SPENCER, charged with stealing a silver watch ... more

Ormondville School Prize giving
Std V11 : Annie GRANT
Std V1 : Charles PLANK, Mary THOMSON
Std V : Fred REDWARD, Herbert SHUGAR, Mary BRABAZON, Amy SIDDELLS, Maggie LORIGAN
Std 1V : Louis PLANK, John REDWARD, Edwin FORWARD
Std 111 : Henry PACKER, James SMITH, Sophy THOMSON, Laura ENGLAND, Edith CANTWELL, Louisa BEALE, Mary BUTLER
Std 11 : Michael MORAN, Willie MARSH, John MARTIN, Sophy REISIMA, Agnes HERBERT, Louisa GROOM, Adela OLSEN, Minnie OLSEN, Mary ENGLAND, Annie RASMUSSEN, Edith BUTLER
Std 1 : Sydney HERBERT, Alfred BAINES, Joseph SKINNER, Herbert CANTWELL, Bertie SIDDELLS, Charles SMITH, Nellie MARSH, Henrietta AMUNDSEN, Emma HENDERSON, Ada GILMORE, Annie LEACH, Florence PACKER, Clarence REISIMA, Ethel FALCONER, Mary SKINNER
Mr WESTALL's special prizes
Annie LEACH, Willie MARSH, Carl MARCUSSON, Mary ENGLAND, Susan FOTHERGILL, Sophy THOMSON, Louis PLANK, Fred REDWARD, Mary BRABAZON, Chas PLANK, Mary THOMSON
Miss WEBB's special prizes
Conduct : Willie ALEXANDER, Annie CANTWELL, James ANDREW, Clara PACKER, Edward BAI, Annie ANDREW, Willie FOTHERGILL, Florrie BRABAZON.
Sewing : Louisa BEALE, Mary THOMSON

Thurs 31 Mar 1892

A large number of friends assembed at the Makotuku Church yesterday to witness the marriage of Miss HOLM to August SCHAARE ... more
Sat 02 April 1892

Vital statistics for Danevirke , quarter ended Mar 31. Births 18, Deaths nil, Marriages 3

Ormondville RM Court
George CHRISTIANSEN & John SORENSON, charged with disturbing a meeting of the Salvation Army at Norsewood ...more

Tues 05 April 1892

G. SHARPE, Blacksmith & Farrier, Makotuku

R. BLAKISTON, Barrister & Solicitor, Danevirke

D.H. GRANT, Blacksmith, Norsewood

Thurs 07 Apr 1892

Mr L. FALCONER, Settlers Arms, Ormondville, has transferred his interest to Mr CUTTLE

Birth
LOWE : At the Crown Hotel, Norsewood on Sunday April 3, wife of H.R. LOWE of a daughter
Sat 09 April 1892

Thomas BRADY was brought before the RM at Danevirke yesterday on a charge of lunacy ... more

Danevirke RM Court
F. YOUNGHUSBAND v G. MOSS
V. RASMUSSEN v T.W. BENNETT
D. MACKAY v H. MILLER
DICKEY v CONOLLY
J. ALLARDICE v E. ALLARDICE

Tues 12 April 1892

The remains of Miss HEWITT, deceased mistress of the Napier High SChool were taken out to sea and buried yesterday. The deceased left instructions that her body was to be either cremated or buried at sea
Thurs 14 April 1892

Danevirke Police Court.
Rebecca LIVINGSTONE, charged on information of Annie WOODHOUSE with having stolen from her a leather purse, containing seven one pound notes and half a sovereign ... more

Miss EBEL, eldest daughter of W. EBEL of Makotuku was married on Tues to J. LEAN of Havelock. Mr GROOM , Ormondville, tied the knot in his store. We trust it will remain fast bound in love and happiness.

John F. HANSEN has brought Mr H. LOWE's interest in the Crown Hotel, Nosrsewood

A traveller named Matt A. THOMSEN, well known in Danevirke, was killed at Te Aute on Friday ... more

Sat 16 April 1892

Danevirke Police Court James MARTIN - Drunk
Tues 19 April 1892

A lad, named WOODHOUSE, was arrested by Const. LAWLESS, upon a charge of having stolen a pair of boots from Mr T. HOWE's shop at Danevirke.

Danevirke police Court.
Martha SCOTT - Drunk

George SWAN, stealing a coat, the property of James McNAUGHTON.

Rudolph WOODHOUSE, 12 years, charged with stealing shoes ... more
Names mentioned
Annie WOODHOUSE,
Mrs LIVINGSTONE
Const Edwin LAWLESS

Rebecca LIVINGSTONE, on remand for stealing money from Annie WOODHOUSE ... more

Thurs 21 April 1892

Nils FRIBERG has been appointed resident reporter for the Bush Advocate in the Ormondville, Norsewood & Makotuku districts.

Sat 23 April 1892

J.J. SPEIGHT's interest in the Kumeroa hotel has been brought by P. DAVIDSON. , Late of the West Coast
Tues 26 April 1892

Mr James MAYCOCK, Ormondville, has broken his collarbone .... more

Danevirke Police Court.
The case against Rebecca LIVINSTONE was preceeded with ... . committed for trial

George SWAN , charged with stealing the coat of Jas McNAUGHTON, Shepherd, Maharahara ........... dismissed
Names mentioned:
George SWAN, Drover, been in th Hawkes Bay, eighteen months
R. BEATSON, Drover
John TODD

Just before the conclussion of court business this morning Mr TREANOR appeared in court with the five children belonging to John LIVINGSTONE and stated he would not keep them any longer as their father did not pay for their support ... more

John LIVINGSTONE was charged at Danevirke Police Court with supplying John ANDREWS, a prohibited person with drink.

Norsewood School Committee
August ANDERSON, C.F. FREDERICKSEN ( Ch), B. GUNDERSON, L. REDWARD ( Sect), J.E. STENBERG ( Treas), F. WAHL, Julius HANSEN

Danevirke school Committe
A. QUINLAN (Ch), N. McPHEE, D. MACKAY, P.L. PAYNE, F.C. W. BIERRE, A. MACKAY, J. ALLARDICE

Ormondville School Committe
R.R. GROOM (Ch), J. BOVAIRD, J. PACKER, J. HANSEN, C. GARFORTH ( Sect), M.jJ SKINNER & F.W. REDWARD

Napier School Committee
M. HEBDEN, T. SIDY, N. HEATH, J. NEILSON, T. EXETER, C.H. EDWARDS, E. MAYSON, J. GRIFFEN, T. BEAR

Makotuku School Committee
FRIBERG, NEWLING, PIKE, HULL, DREW, NEILSON, GASSON
Thurs 28 April 1892

The "Honorable" John Burke O'BRIEN, the most travelled vagrant in the colony is on one of his visits to Danevirke ... more

LIVINGSTONE who was fined for suppling drink to a prohibited person is unable to pay the fine and will do two months hard labor. He goes to Napier today.

Mr W.W. CARLILE of Woodville was married yesterday to Miss MONCKTON of Featherston.

Danevirke School Committe
The applicants for the position of mistress
Elizabeth BATT, Class E, teaching seven years , at present mistress, Eketahuna
Marion KUHTZE, Class partial E, served full term as pupil teacher, Ormondville
Harriet LAMBERT, not classified, at present, teacher at Waitoa
Helen PALMER, Class partial E, served five years as a pupil teacher, lately took position as assistant mitress, Waipawa.
Miss BATT was accepted for the position

Matamau School Committee
j. P. LEIGHTON ( Ch), P. OLSEN, P. PEDERSON, B. HALIBURTON, C.N. HOLM., W. WEST & A.T. BOX

Sat 30 April 1892

Candidates for the Ormondville Road Board
Robert Read GROOM, William HOWES, Jeremiah NEWLING, Job PACKER, Henry SMITH
Tues 03 May 1892

Mrs BARRY, yields possession of the Beaconsfield Hotel to Geo WARD of Danevirke

Thurs 05 May 1892

Makotuku- This day
Thomas TUCKER, 63 years, an old settler here, was found dead this morning in the drain on the main road to Norsewood, opposite Mr HULL's residence. An inquest willbe heard.

Sat 07 May 1892

Inquest at Makotuku
An inquest on the body of Thomas TUCKER found drowned on Thurs morning was held the same evening in the Beaconsfield Hotel, before S. JOHNSON, Coroner. Const SIDDELLS conducted the ceremony.
Jury : ROBINSON, FITZGERALD, HULL, PIKE, SMITH, TOWERS.
Names mentioned:
William TUCKER, Laborer, Kapua, son of the deceased
Mrs DAVIES, wife of John Charles DAVIES, licensee of the Makotuku Hotel
Alfred HUNT, Laborer and son of Mrs DAVIES
John Charles DAVIES
David H. SIDEY, Sheepfarmer, Makotuku
Parnell CROSS, Commission Agent, Makotuku
Jacob SCHAARE, Farmer, Makotuku
Verdict : Found drowned in a few inches of water and that he fell into the water under the influence of drink.

ormndville RM Court
WILSON v Lily LOUGHNAN ( Madame TISCHER)
Norsewood Road Board v Henri TOMOANA, J. CONNOLLY, Eric ERICKSEN, Julia MORTENSEN, K.F. MORTENSEN, J.C. OLSEN, TORSTENSEN, J. BEATTY
J.T. PRESCOTT v WEE WEE
C.H. OLSEN v P. MAGNUSSEN
Tues 10 May 1892

WIRTH Bros Enormous Show and three ring circus in Danevirke - 17 May

Thurs 12 May 1892

Mrs COTTRELL, Napier. Wanted respectable young girl as a general servant

Sat 14 May 1892

Danevirke RM Court
Carl SCHMIDT - Drunk in charge of a horse
Carl SCHMIDt v john McWILLIAMS
Thomas HOWE v joseph FERNANDEZ
F. SHELLACK v Hori HEREHERE, Hiri TOMOANA, Muery TAWA
H. MABBETT v J.G. COGSWELL
Fraser & Co v M.RYAN, Angus TAYLOR, Paul DEBRENZENKY, John SHUKAR, Mare TAUHAUI.

Death
ROSSITER : On May 12 at Danevirke, Alice Cecilia, beloved daughter of William & Ellen ROSSITER, aged 6 months
Tues 17 May 1892

Mr HICKS has resigned his postion as porter at Makotuku station.

Mr Thomas SMITH, Bootmaker, Ormondville

Benjamin SKELTON has been arrested on suspicion of attempted arson of the Crown Hotel, Norsewood

Gisborne . May 16
James QUAID, with a team of five horses was drowned at the Rangatira crossing on Sunday evening ... more

George WARD appiled for a license for the Beaconsfield Hotel
Householders certificate : Francis FORWARD, John FITZGERALD, Alfred SUGDEN, Parnell CROSS, John TOWERS, George McKAY, William ARNOLD, William PIKE, Dennis MANN
Thurs 19 May 1892

Danevirke Police Court
A prohibition order was granted against V. RASMUSSEN
J. CROSSLAND was charged with damaging a cottage, the property of Mary BRIGHOUSE

Death
YOUNGHUSBAND : At 2.30 pm this afternoon, Cyril Tunbridge, youngest son of Frank and Ada YOUNGHUSBAND, aged 1 year, 8 months.
**Story about the boy on Page 3. Died of broncitis

Sat 21 May 1892

Mr V. RASMUSSEN has gone to Wellington to seek legal advice with a view to having the prohbition order issued on Thursday, set aside
Thurs 26 May 1892

Danevirke Police Court
Lauritz FRIIS, charged with assaulting Peter HEMMINGSEN

Albert HENSON, a lad of about 17 years is missing in bush near Kopua ..... more

Ormondville RM Court
Benjamin SKELTON on remand charged with the arson of the Crown Hotel, Norsewood
Names mentioned:
Sgt MANNING, Palmerston North
Sir William WASTENEYS
J.F. HANSEN . Owner & licensee
john ENGLEBRETSEN, Traveller for Te Aro House, resided in Wellington
Edward Elen PRIOR - Dispenser, Danevirke
J. THOMAS, Storekeeper. Norsewood
Committed for trial

Tues 31 May 1892

Danevirke Police Court
Mary FREEMAN - drunk & obscene language
Thurs 02 June 1892
On Tues morning, a lad named SNADDEN in the employ of D. BARRY of the Umutaoroa Block found a human skeleton ... more

Sat 04 June 1892
RM Court - Ormondville
James ECKHART - Breaking windows in Mr HIGGS store at Takapau.

Danevirke School

List of names of children who passed the Inspectors Examination
Std V1 : J. POPPLEWELL, J. LLOYD
Std V : G. DAVIS, A. BIERRE, J. QUINLAN,
Std 1V : K.ANDERSON, G. ROYTHORNE, A. ANDERSON, J. THOMAS, E. LEE, L.WRATT
Std 111 : J. HENDERSON, W. DRINKWATER, J. WALLACE, H. LLOYD, W. DEAN, F. ELMBRANCH, E. DIXON, A. MITCHELL, G. LEE, A. MCILLVOY, A. QUINLAN, A. CONNOR, A. SKJOTH, A. BUHCH, A. MITCHELL
Std 11 : C. MILLER, E. SLIPPER, J. BERNSTEN, C. BIERRE, C. DIXON, J. QUINLAN, A. QUINLAN, N. CARMICHAEL, J. KITCHENER, F. KITCHENER, E. ANDERSON, M. DENNEHY, T. DENNISON, C. POPPLEWELL, B. NUTTALL, W. HENDERSON, K. CONRAD, N. DEAN, E. POPPLEWELL, M. ROYTHORNE, C. HEMMINGSEN, F. RICHARDS, A. SKJOTH, A. ROSE, T. HAGGENSON, N. WRIGHT, N. FRASER, C. WYLIE
Std 1 : G. LUXFORD, H. THOMSON, W. CLIFTON, J. McAVOY, D. ROSE, R. TURPIN, A. CLIFTON, N. McCARTIE, C. DIXON, W. PAYNE, R. DRINKWATER, G. DRINKWATER, C. FITZJOHN, McAVOY, M. BRIGHOUSE, C. CARMICHAEL, L. GUNTER, E. MACKAY, F. McCARTIE, M. CHRISTIANSEN, M. DENNEHY, C. LLOYD, M. CROWLEY, E. CONNOR, B. SCOTT


Tues 07 June 1892

Danevirke Police Court
William WALCH, 10 years, charged with being found wandering about and sleeping in the open air. In the absence of the boys father, the boy was remanded.

Thurs 09 June 1892

Miss BATT, new school mistress, commenced her duties at Danevirke school on Monday

Ormondville Licensing
Alfred Cotter- Settlers Arms

Apology
I wish to express my regret for stating that George ALDING was on my premises on Saturday night ... more
Signed : J. Fleetwood WELLS

Mr W. CLIFFORD ( Wally), the well known jockey, died yesterday at the Gisborne Hospital ...... more

Sat 11 June 1892

The WALSH boys who were yesterday committed to the Industrial school at Nelson were forwarded onto Wellington by the express today.

Danevirke RM Court
William WALSH, 10 years on remad for being found wandering. John WALSH, the father of the lad, and of another son, 13 years, said he couldn't control them .....
D. MCINNIS v George CAMERON
FRASER & Co v Christian OLSEN
BADLEY & Co v John MACKIE
F. STEWART v E. ROPERA
YOUNGHUSBAND & Co v J. GRACE
BADLEY & Co V P. HEMMINGSEN
Same v Tapapa RAUTAHI
Jane MCGAUGHRAN v MOSS
T. HOWE v P.H. FOSLER
OLIVER v DONNELLY
LIVINGSTONE v WOODHOUSE
MCINNIS v CAMERON
PATTERSON v H.M. SMITH

Tues 14 June 1892

A. BOWERS who recently took over the Masonic Hotel Stables, died last evening of congestion of the lungs .... more

At about 1 am this morning the house occupied by Mr J. ROYTHORNE, Mangatera was totally destroyed by fire ... more
Thurs 16 June 1892

Railway Hotel, Danevirke - Charles BADDELEY
Royal Oak, Weber - Denis RYAN
Exchange, Napier - W. PERRIN
Junction, Danevirke - Barthlomew DENNEHY

R. HART, Butchering Business, Waitapaki Junction, Weber

F. COLECOM, Tailor, Danevirke

Sat 18 June 1892

J. COLLINGE is about to leave Danevirke.

A young native, HEKI, died at Tahoraite Pa this morning from consumption.

Tues 21 June 1892

Mr F.G. COOPER and family will be leaving Danevirke at the end of the week .... more

On Saturday, Charles PENNEY, son of Rev C. PENNEY of the Woodville Methodist Church, was drowned in crossing the Manawatu river, which was in flood. Mr FOSTER, a Manhahao was nearly drowned in trying to save him. Tye body has not been found.

Thurs 23 June 1892

Supreme Court, Napier
Joseph ROBERTS, charged with larcency from Railway hotel, Danevirke. Found guilty. Received 2 years hard labor.
Rebecca LIVINGSTONE. Found not guilty with stealing from Annie WOODHOUSE at Danevirke
No bill against Benjamin SKELTON, charged with arson.

Michael DALY was before Gisborne court on a charge of stabbing John DUNN with a pen knife

Sat 25 June 1892

Mrs BOWERS has decided to carry on the business of her late husband ( Livery & Bait Stable Keeper)

The case of ALLARDICE v ALLARDICE , an application for a judicial seperation was to be heard this morning

Umutaora Skeleton
Is believed to be Avinkse JOHANNES, Norsewood, who had been missing for about 10 years ..... more

Danevirke Police Court
John HENDERSON, Licensee of the Club hotel, charged with keeping his house open on Good Friday and with having sold liquor on that day ..... more
Names mentioned :
Beatrice SCOTT, 11 years
Mary CUNNINGHAM, Barmaid
Edwin LAWLESS, Police Constable

The case against Frederic SCHMIDT for assaulting A.M. MILLER was dismissed.
Tues 28 June 1892

With deep regret we have to chronicle the death of Miss Helen MORAN of Ormondville ........ more

Napier
Michael ALEXANDER, Pawnbroker and Harold BEY, his assistant were sentenced to 18 months for conspiracy to defraud, by means of false pledges.

In the ALLARDICE case, judgement was reserved

Thurs 30 June 1892

Danevirke Police Court
T.E. GUNTER, charged on the information of his wife with having beaten her with a stick .... more

Mr. H. MORTENSEN, watchmaker of Woodville was married to Miss SORENSEN at Palmerston on Tuesday.

Mr W. BLACK, Corporation Overseer, Napier, well known Mason & Orangeman, died on Tuesday
Sat 02 July 1892

The little daughter of Ole ERICKSEN, Norsewood had her arm broken this week and last week Mr C.P. JENSEN's 16 year old son was thrown from a horse and broke his leg.
Mr BURMESTER's little daughter broke her arm.
One of Mr HAGENSON's had one of his fingers crushed in the rollers of a mangle.

George FRAME, an old and respected resident of Napier, was accidently killed on the Napier railway line last evening at the crossing near the gas works.

Makotuku School
According to the Education Act, every child of school age living within 2 miles of school must attend at least 60 times in the quarter.
The following have failed to comply : Daisy LEAN, Lizzie ORMOND & Lizzie EBEL
Thurs 07 July 1892

In Memoriam
GASSON : In Loving memory of alice Maud GASSON, beloved daughter of H.W. & Anne GASSON of Makotuku, who died 6 July 1891, after a long and painful illness

Sat 09 July 1892

Birth
HUNTER : At Kapiti, Danevirke on July 06, wife of W.G. HUNTER of a son

Ormondville RM Court
H.W. GASSON v J.L. PATULLO
J. SIDDELLS v K.F. MORTENSEN
J. SORENSON v J. JACKSON.

Waipawa. This day
Nepe te APATU's six roomed house, well furnished in Waipawa Pa was burnt down early this morning. The cause is unknown. There was no insurance.

Tues 12 July 1892

Waipawa . This day
The wife of Rev W. HOBBS, a lady well known in the district, died on Sunday from pneumonia, following an attack of influenza
Sat 16 July 1892

Danevirke RM Court
SHANNON & CARLSON v F. LJUNGQVIST
J.H. CLAYTON v BAKER
Same v CHICKEN
Same v DAVENPORT
M. HENDERSON v W.M. RYAN
REARDON v TURNER
YOUNGHUSBAND & Co V G. MOSS
KNIGHT Bros v V. RASNUSSEN
T.HOWE v J. FERNANDEZ
E. DEAN v NIRA
BRADLEY & Co V P. HEMMINGSEN
J. PATTERSON v H.M. SMITH

Tues 19 July 1892

A telegram from Herbertville states that Richard MORGAN committed suicide by hanging himself in the bush near Wimbledon on Saturday.

A distressing acccident befell Miss MILLET of Ormondville on Friday last. Miss MILLET has for a few weeks been staying with her sister, Mrs ALLEN and on Friday she went for a ride with Miss Dora WEBB .... more
Thurs 21 July 1892

Suicide at Wimbledon. July 16 1892
Richard MORGAN ( brother to Evan) committed suicide by hanging himself ... more

Sat 23 July 1892

Rev RANDERSON, is the newly appointed Wesleyan Home Missionary for the district

Tues 26 July 1892

Mr Geo HUNTER, Porangahau, will contest the Waipawa seat with W.C. SMITH at the next election.

Thurs 28 July 1892

Miss WEBB, assistant mistress, Matawhero School, Gisborne. Previously at Ormondville

Miss MILLET was removed to Napier .... more
Sat 30 July 1892

Mr A. WRIGHT is to retire next week and L. FALCONER will re appear in his former role at the Junction Hotel, Norsewood

Divorce Court
Judgement in the ALLARDICE Case
In the divorce court , in the Danevirke case, ALLARDICE v ALLARDICE, the wife was granted a judicial seperation as applied for, with the custody of the children. Respondent was ordered to pay as alimony, 2 pounds3/4d per month during the currency of the lease of the hotel held by his wife and fter that 80 pounds per year to the wife and 30 pounds for each child living with her

Tues 02 Aug 1892

Late Saturday night an accident occured at Napier to Henry GALVIN, aged 22 years, which caused his death.

Mr RONBERG Senr, father of O.P. RONBERG, well known here, died on Saturday at Palmerston.

Danevirke School
The following children have not attended the statutory number of days during the last quarter;
Mabel LEE, Annie MCILLVOY, Harriet BROWN, Samuel ROSSITER ( 12.5 days), Emily WHITEHEAD, James REARDON, James VEALE & Jack LOUDEN.

Thurs 04 Aug 1892

Danevirke Police Court

Thomas JONES - Drunk

Sat 06 Aug 1892

Mr TURNBULL, RM, Napier is incapacitated from duty owing to illness. The Hon Mr CADMAN has arranged that Mr CLENDON shall go from Whangarei to take his plce.

Danevirke School Comm
Miss E.J. MACMILLAN, Hampden, has passed the sixth standard and has applied for the position of pupil teacher. Accepted

Tues 09 Aug 1892

Danevirke Police Court
A prohibition order was made against Mary CONRAD. The order was applied for by the womans husband and his evidence disclosed a distressing state of affairs through her indulgence in drink

Thurs 11 Aug 1892

Marriage
PHILLIPS - CLARK : At Maharahara on 10th inst, by Rev W.G. WALLACE, Thomas PHILLIPS, son of Thomas PHILLIPS of Learrn, Cornwall to Mary, daughter of Malcom CLARK, Paisley, Scotland.

The first wedding celebrated in the Maharahara block took place yesterday. The contracting parties being Mr T. PHILLIPS of Kaitoke & Miss MARY CLARK, late of Paisley, Scotland.

Sat 13 Aug 1892

Mr Carl ANDERSON and his family will be leaving Danevirke shortly for America.

The premises of HAWKINS & CROWLEY ( Auction Mart, Danevirke) were destroyed by fire ..... more.

Danevirke RM Court
M. HENDERSON v M. RYAN
KELLY v O'CONNOR
J. ALLARDICE v J. SMITH
WYART V WILLE
Tues 16 Aug 1892

We regret to record the death of one of Mr J. LEE's little sons from croup which occurrred on Sunday. The funeral took place yesterday

A son of Rev WALLACE had his hand severley cut yesterday between the thumb and forefinger ..... more.
An hour or two later another of Mr WALLACe's sons fell down carrying a cross cut saw of which the teeth inflicted a very deep wound some inches in he thigh. Dr MacCALLAN was again called in and sewed up the wound.

Danevirke Police Court

Peter HEMMINGSEN - Drunk & disorderly.

Masterton
Charges of cruelty to a child against Thomas & Elizabeth GOODGAME were resumed in RM Court .... more

Thurs 18 Aug 1892

A handsome brick house on McCALLUM Road is now to be seen by travellers on Millers Road. It is the property of W. HAINES, Danevirke. It is the first brick building in Danevirke .... more

Education Board
Resignations :
Miss WEBB - Ormondville
Miss SHAW - Ormondville
Appointments :
Miss WEBB - Matawhero
Miss BEAVIS - Pupil teacher, Danevirke

Napier
Archibald BRYSON, an old resident, dropped dead in the street this morning. He was 55 years of age and much respected. He was a member in the first Municipal Council of Napier. He leaves a widow and a large family of children

Sat 20 Aug 1892

An accident happened to Martin HEALY employed in the bush at the Tamaki Co sawmill

An accident happened to J. GRIMWOOD at Tahoraite

Miss PALMER, Waipukurau has been appointed Head mistress- Ormondville

Mrs Geo HANSEN, Papatu was taken ill on Monday last ......

Tues 23 Aug 1892

Jas KITCHENER, pepared to do chimney sweeping in Danevirke.

Catherine LORIGAN was brought before CLAYTON & HAWKINS JPs, upon a charge of obtaining by false pretences, sundry articles of drapery from BADLEY & Co. Remanded

Enquiry is made in Lloyds Weekly on July 10 for Alfred DACRES, who June 6 1876 dated a letter from Norsewood. his brother Henry would be glad of news.

Quing KEE - Fruiterer - Danevirke
Sat 27 Aug 1892

Luke FALCONER is applying for the license of the Junction hotel, Norsewood
Householders Cert : J.T. WILSON, O. HEGH, T. THORSTENSEN, J.M. LOCHHEAD, J. ENGLEBRETSEN, R. MARCUSEN, c.O. HEGH, A.G. MORTENSEN, A. DE LAMBA, C. LARSEN

Tues 30 Aug 1892

Carl ANDERSON who is leaving the colony has instructed Mr BIERRE to sell his home and chattels in Stanley St

Thurs 01 Sept 1892

The daughter of Mr SIDDELLS of Ormondville met with a serious accident ... more

An accident happened to H. HOLDEM employed at HB Timber ...... more

Mr Samuel OATES, a pioneer settling at Alfredton, is dead ..... more

Sat 03 Sept 1892

Fred MARTIN was brought into town yesterday from JENSEN Bros bushfellers camp at Oporae ... more

Ormondville RM Court
J.E. HANSEN, Hotelkeeper, Norsewood - Supplying drink on a Sunday
G & T. PRESCOO v W. GREEN
H. BRIESKE v Thos JENSEN
Aug FISHER v John G. BELL
ENGLEBRETSEN v E.A. HAGGEN
Tues 06 Sept 1892

Mrs ENGLEBRETSEN, wife of ENGLEBRETSEN , the coach proprietor of Norsewood has unfortunately broken her arm ...

Danevirke police Court
Anders JOHANSEN - using obscene and abusive language to Mary BRIGHOUSE

J.K. CHRISTIANSEN & Leonhard ANDERSON - have entered into partnership - Norsewood Dairy factory

Miss Frances WELLS, had a narrow escape from a serious accident yesterday ... more

Thurs 08 Sept 1892

Henry SMITH, Chairman , Ormondville Road Board

Sat 10 Sept 1892

Danevirke RM Court
ANDREWS v KING
Rebecca LIVINGSTONE v Mry TREANOR
YOUNGHUSBAND v GRACE
DOLMAN v LASCELLES
WISHART v WILLE
KIDD v MURRAY
MCLAREN v GUNDRY
O'CONNOR v KELLY

Tues 13 Sept 1892

Marriage
MARTIN - W, Danevirke ( late of Cornwall, England)

J. MARTIN, young tradesman of Danevirke was united in marriage at Woodville to Lizzie COPELAND.

Danevirke Police Court
Kristian DENNISON - Drunk

John FALAHEE , Laborer, Herbertville, Bankrupt

Wellington
Divorce Court
J.B. SUAZELL, Laborer, Woodville, obtained a Decree Nisi against his wife on the grounds of adultery.

Thurs 15 Sept 1892

Danevirke Police Court
Charles W. TAYLOR - Charged with being a lunatic ... more

Sat 17 Sept 1892

Edward TUCKER, working for Mr POTTS at Takapau had a narrow escape from drowning .... more
Tues 20 Sept 1892

Danevirke police Court
William STEEL - Drunk
A lad named BROOKES, disturbing the Salvation Army

A little girl named LIVINGSTONE was on the road as Mr DRINKWATER's express came along .... more

Gisborne
A sad boating accident on Sunday by which two of Mr John WARREN's sons, lost their lives . Mr WARREN, County Clerk ... more
Names mentioned :
James HALL, 11 years
William COOMBES 12 years
James THOMPSON
Ralph WARREN, 4 years
Walter WARREN
Cecil WARREN, 6 years ( Drowned)
Atella WARREN, 10 years ( Drowned).

Thurs 22 Sept 1892

Birth
ROGERS : On 19 inst at Danevirke, wife of G.R. ROGERS of a daughter.

Death
SALMON : At Wanganui on 20 inst, Ann relict of Nathaniel SALMON. Highly respected & Deeply regretted.
*** Obituary for Ann SALMON ...

Danevirke Police Court
William SMITH, William LYNCH, Donald McDONALD & Edward O'CONNOR - Vagrancy
Sat 24 Sept 1892

Ormondville Town Board
William WEST, Robt GROOM, Frdk REDWARD, M.J. SKINNER, Geo HENSON, William PIKE, Francis FORWARD

Tues 27 Sept 1892

A bushfeller named John HOLM, working on Mr SIDEY's bush block, Norsewood, met with an accident yesterday morning ... more


Thurs 29 Sept 1892

Woodville
DAVENPORT v SYMS
The charge was brought by Dr DAVENPORT against Mr SYMS, Chemist, charging him with using an instrument on Elizabeth HALL to procure abortion ... more
Sat 01 Oct 1892

The case, DAVENPORT v SYMS , continues. Case adjourned until 10 October

Tues 04 Oct 1892

Danevirke Police Court
George GRANT - Drunk & disorderly

There was a native funeral in Danevirke yesterday, the deceased being the only son of Manahi PAEWAI, one of the most respected Tahoraite natives. The boy was a fine lad of about 10 years of age and used to attend the public school. An attack of inflammation followed by consumption was the cause of death.
His remains were taken to Kaitoke and interred there.

Vital statistics for Danevirke for quarter ended Sept 30. Births 16, deaths 1, Marriages 3

Danevirke Police Court
Denis RYAN was charged with assaulting William HIGGINS ... more
Thurs 06 Oct 1892

Mr Fred SMITH was married to Miss LARSEN of Norsewood at 10am yesterday morning .... more

Danevirke Police Court
Henry MULLER, charged with having stolen or taken away a brown or roan mare, the property of Edwin DEAN ... more.
Geo GRANT - stealing a box of tea and two tins of coffee.

Sat 08 Oct 1892

Waipukurau Hospital - Abridged
At the institution, both Mr & Mrs PUTMAN have had their hands full.
William McINTYRE, lies dangerously ill of consumption
Montague PLANK, 4 years of age, Ormondville, brought in a few weeks ago having been seriously scalded with boiling fat on his neck and shoulders.
Mrs JENSEN, Ashley Clinton, suffering from cancer in the breast. Had to have her right breast amputated.
George WILLIAMS, Danevirke, lost his hand through blood poisoning.
An uncommon operation on Michael MORAN, 13 years, who between five and six years ago had his hand severley burnt. The hand had become contracted.The flesh between the fingers was cut.
Fred MUNRO, had his leg amputated. He had, had an accident in the bush and bood poisoning had set in.

Ormondville RM Court
W. ROBINSON v N. PILCHER
J.L. PATULLO v C. MITCHELL
J. ENGLEBRETSEN v E.A. HAGGEN
Martin MULLER v J. CHICKEN
F.N. REDWARD v samuel John GAMMAN
Martin MULLER v Archibald WILSON
C.O. HEGH v William REYNOLDS
Tues 11 Oct 1892

Letters of naturalisation have been issued to Mr H.H. STRAND of Norsewood

Mr BAI, of the Danish Line is the successful drawer for the 41 acre section in Norsewood that was balloted for in Napier, last Friday.

Thurs 13 Oct 1892

Mr NEWLING, Ormondville has severley sprained his back .... more

Mr BERTFIELIUS, bushfelling for Mr SIDEY, met with a serious accident yesterday afternoon ....... more
James GASSON, another of SIDEY's men also cut his foot

Sat 15 Oct 1892

After the court rose yesterday, Mrs LIVINGSTONE asked the Justices what she should do to regain possession of her children who had been taken away by her husband.

Danevirke RM Court
R. WARNER v W.W. GUNDRIE
W. RAYNER v W. SCOTT
E. ALLARDICE v John MANDELL
Tues 18 Oct 1892

Detective GRACE has moved from Napier to Auckland. Detective KIRBY of Auckland succeeds him

Thurs 20 Oct 1892

A little boy, five year old son of W. WILEY was run over by a dray yesterday afternoon. The little fellow was badly hurt and was at once taken home to his parents residence at CARLSON's Mill.

Late News
We regret very much that the child died at 11 am this morning.

An inquest on the body of Albert WILEY is being held this afternoon


Sat 22 Oct 1892

Death
WILEY ; On 19 inst, Albert James WILEY, youngest son of William & Damarus WILEY, aged 5 years. Deeply regretted.
The funeral of the above will leave the residence of the deceased's father at timber Bay at 2.30pm tomorrow

Danevirke RM Court
Rebecca LIVINGSTONE v Peter TRAYNOR
DOLMAN v RYAN
Danevirke Road Board v d. o'SULLIVAN
D. MACKAY v F. SELBY
PARKER v GRACE
J. BATES v T. HENNESEY
Same v C. ANGEL
G. WRIGHT v A. CHRISTIANSEN

Inquest - Abridged
On Albert James WILEY, held by the Coroner, C. HALL at the parents house, Tahoraite on Thursday afternoon.
Jury : a. MACKAY, Alfred PERSON, A. BOX, E. ERICKSEN, August PERSON & Ole LARSEN
Witnesses:
Damarus WILEY, wife of William Martin WILEY, residing at Tahoraite and mother of deceased.
Cornelia WILEY - sister of deceased
David SMITH, Cater, timber bay, tahoraite. ( hi dray ran over the deceased)
Jens Christiansen SKJOTH
August CARLSON
Verdict : Accidentally killed

JOSHUA Divorce Case in Napier ..... more
Tues 25 Oct 1892

At about 3 am yesterday morning an eight roomed house the property of Mr BRIESKE was burnt down at Norsewood. The house is right opposite the crown Hotel and near the band Rotunda ... more

The remains of Mr W. WILEY's boy were interred in the Danevirke cemetery on Sunday afternoon.

Yesterday the Norsewood Dairy factory opened

JOSHUA Divorce Case
Annie TUFT denied all the allegations as to her relationship to JOSHUA, but described the scene she swore to having seen between Mrs JOHUA and Norman KENNEDY

A five roomed cottage belonging to Mr ALDRIDGE at Hastings was destroyed by fire this morning

Bush Advocate - Thurs 27 Oct 1892 - Sheep Returns


Waipawa County
1891 1892
AITKEN ,John, Dvke 96 Nil
AMUNDSEN, A, O'ville - 101
AMUNDSEN B, Maharahara 16 350
ANDERSON Jons, O'ville - 60
ARTHUR J W, O'ville - 61
AYLWARD P, Umutaoroa 309 98
BAINES C, O'ville 750 1000
BARNETT A, M'hara 127 198
BARRY D , Umutaoroa 200 300
BARTON G F, N'wood S 183
BNZ Estates, Mangatoro, Dvke 32041 35894
BENGSTON J, O'ville 102
BERKAHN W, M'hara 1000 1200
BOVAIRD J H, O'ville 102
BRABAZON S, N'wood S 495 600
BRADY P, Takapau 115
BRENNAN Mrs, O'ville 202
CANTWELL Bros , Mako' 450 608
CARLSON J A , Dvke 227
CLARK M, M'hara 96
CLAUSEN C N, M'hara 750
COSTALL F T, Umut'roa 177
COWPER & KNIGHT, K'toki 20500 21100
DANIELSON J A, M'hara 100
DAVIES D, O'ville 21 28
DICKEY R, Dvke 240
DOAK, Job, M'hara 357
EBBETT, G. M'hara 500 850
EBBETT, J. H'taunga 304 350
ELLISON, W.J. Takapau 1150 1500
ENGLEBRETSEN, E. N'wood 70 106
ENGLAND, G. M'hara 180 290
FOTHERGILL, G. O'ville 71 180
FOULGER, Mrs. Takapau 100 97
FRANCE, G. Matamau 1155 1000
FRANCE,W. Matamau 383
FREDERICKSEN, C. N'wood 270 360
FREDERICKSON, L. Mrs. N'wood 92
FRIBERG, C. Mrs. M'tuku 300 400
FRIES, C.A. O'ville 360 370
GAISFORD, H. Oringi 16541 15821
GALLOWAY, J. M'hara 99 290
GOLDFINCH, G. M'hara 500 500
GOLLAN, J.D. N'wood 1500 2200
GRAINGER, G. M'hara 161 188
GRANT,A. Takapau 14000 14500
GRANT, A.J. O'ville 102 120
HALIBURTON, B. Matamau 292 380
HENDERSON, M. Dvke 199
HENSON,G. O'ville 82 159
HOBSON, T. Takapau 4170 4500
HOWES, W. O'ville 116 122
HOWSE, T. Takapau 795 1046
HULENA, S. N'wood 66 100
HULL, W. Makotuku 15
HUNTER, T.H. Dvke 3077 4700
HUNTER, W.G. Dvke 1500
JENSEN, C.P. N'wood 86
JOHNSTON, S. Takapau 26200 27100
KAYSER, M. M'hara 300 15
KELLY, P. Umutaoroa 190 303
KNIGHT Bros. Tahoraite 8200 9200
LARSEN, A. Matamau 30
LINES, G.W. M'hara 163 355
LOCHHEAD & JACK, N'wood 339 483
MACKIE, J. Umutaoroa 200
McDERMOTT, T. Dvke 240 460
McGAUGHRAN, J. U'taoroa 318
MILLER, T. Dvke 8
MIST, V. M'hara 13 132
MORTENSEN, H. N'wood 250 300
MORTENSEN, K. N'wood 400
MURRAY, J. Jnr. M'hara 400 450
MURRAY, W. M'hara 199 350
NEAL Bros . Makotuku 11924 12500
NEWLING, J. M'tuku 49 51
O'CONNOR, J. Umut'roa 344 300
O'CONNOR, P. Dvke 75 290
OLSEN, A. N'wood 60
OLSEN, Neils, M'tuku 203 200
OLSEN & PET?RSEN. Dvke 350
PACKER, Job. O'ville 72 99
PAGET, T. Takapau 400 450
PATULLO, J.D. N'wood 130 256
PETTERSEN, J. N'wood 144 163
PLANK, Mrs O'ville 52 128
PRESCOTT Bros. T'pau 1500 2750
PIKE, W. Makotuku 139 200
RASMUSSEN, V. T'tane 507
SANDERS, J. M'hara 47
SCHAARE, A. M'tuku 200 300
SCHAARE, J. M'tuku 100
SVENDSEN, A. N'wood 85
SIDEY, T. M'tuku 1030
SMITH, A. Oringi 254 204
SMITH, C. M'hara 96 131
SMITH, H. O'ville 60 462
St.HILL & PRICE. T'pau 6713 6753
SULLIVAN, J.O. Um't'roa 190 270
THOMPSON, J. O'ville 300 300
THOMSON, W. Takapau 200 300
TUHUA, Takapau 100
WALLACE, W.G. Dvke 51
WARD, G. Dvke 102
WATSON, G. N'wood 488
WRATT, G. Dvke 245
WEBB, A.S. O'ville 217 260
WELSH, S. H'taunga 351 40
WEST, C. O'ville 99
WEST, W. O'ville 338 294
WHITE, T. (Extrs).T'pau 2200 2450
WILLE, K. Dvke 95 170
Wiremu TAKANA. Dvke 143
YOUNGMAN, G. N'wood 128 192

WEBER DISTRICT
A'BEAR, T. Waipatiki 110 286
BERNSTEIN, A. Wai'tiki 204 445
BOND, Job. Wimbledon 500 500
BOND, R. Wimbledon 200 200
BOYLE Bros. Weber 1900 1700
CAMERON, K.F. Titree 204 400
COLLIER, W.F. Weber 153 127
COSSEY, J. Wimbledon 260 440
COSSEY & KERR, W'ldon 300 440
CRIPPS, G. Wimbledon 2400 2600
CROSSE, L.G. Weber 1800 3607
EASTERBROOK, G. W'ldon 400
FRANKLIN, F. H'btville 800 1200
FRANKLIN, M. H'btville 820 1200
FRANKLIN, R, H'btville 1950
FRANKLIN, S. W'ldon 1470 1500
FYFE, A. Waipatiki 254 304
GIBLIN, A. Waipatiki 3679 5863
GREGORIE, F.M. Wai'tiki 490 500
HALES Bros. Wimbledon 2000 2800
HART, R. Waipatiki 69 86
HERBERT, A. Hbtville 1600 1600
HERBERT J &C. H'ville 7300 7100
HERBERT, T.W. H'btville 610 650
HERBERT, W.J. W'ldon 1600 1700
JOHNSON, A. W'ldon 300 300
KENNEDY, C.D. Weber 210 300
KINNEAR, H.S.B. Weber 172 1000
MABBETT, J. Weber 300 450
McKENZIE, D. Weber 1100 1200
McLEAN, A. Wimbledon 144 465
McLEOD, R. Akiteo 307 506
MISSEN, J. Weber 108
MORGAN, E. Wimbledon 947 1473
MUNRO, J.D. Wimbledon 700 800
NZL&M Agency. Glentui 3341 3201
PALMER, W. Weber 426 300
RENATA Pohai. Hbtville 100 115
RIDDELL, J.A. & J.E. Hbtville 410 600
ROBERTS & Co. Tautane 17424 19305
ROCHFORT, E. Waipatiki 193 306
RYAN, Denis, Table Hill 1500 1500
RYAN, D.P. Weber 300
SARGENT, J. Wimbledon 600 800
SARINGHANSEN, E. Weber 423
SITEMAN, W. Wimbledon 1300 1300
SMITH, F.W. Waipatiki 153 296
SPEEDY, G. Herbertville 5675 6550
SPEEDY, J. Herbertville 7500 8500
SPEEDY, W. Herbertville 5110 4600
STEWART,T . Wimbledon 1300 1500
WARD, Alex. Wimbledon 500 1150
WHITE, T. Wimbledon 149 189
WIFFEN, H. Wimbledon 300 395
A large gathering of Duncan MACKAY's friends took place last night in the Commercial Room at the Masonic in honour of his leaving the district ... more

Danevirke police Court
Marian WILLIAMS, charged with having procured liqour for Martha SCOTT ... more

Sat 29 Oct 1892

Miss O'LEARY is the fortunate winner of the prize for sewing given by Mrs FERGUSSON to the Makotuku School girls. The prize is a very neat and pretty silver brooch

For being drunk on Thursday, James DUNCAN was fined 5s.
Tues 01 Nov 1892

Birth
RIES : At Norsewood Sth on 1st inst, wife Rev H.M. RIES of a daughter

Mrs M'VAY, mother of Messrs J.C. M'VAY & G. M'VAY, passed away peacefully after a lengthened illness at the age of 69 years. The deceased was one of the earliest European settlers in New Zealand. in 1847 she, then Miss Ann DEUCHAR with her father and other family members arrived in New South Wales ..... more

Thurs 03 Nov 1892

Mr BAINES, Papatu has lost a little daughter. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon at the Ormondville cemetery.

I regret to announce the death of Arthur Edmondson WEBB, eldest son of Canon WEBB MA of Gisborne, who departed this life on 29 August at Waverly Road, Southsea, Hants. The deceased was only in his 30th year.

A house at Mt Herbert, near Wimbledon in the occupation of Charles PERCY was totally destroyed by fire.

Birth
McDERMOTT : On Nov 1, wife of T. McDERMOTT of a daughter. Both doing well.

Sat 05 Nov 1892

A serious accident has befallen a man named M'LEAN who is working at C. JENSEN's camp, Mangatoro. A tree fell across his back and it is feared he is greatly injured.

John CLARK, assistant porter at Napier Railway Station, met with a shocking accident on Thursday evening .... more
The unfortunate man is the second son of Charles CLARK, a farmer and a very old settler in the Kaikora district and was only shifted from Kaikora Station to Napier about a fortnight ago( he had his right leg and his left foot just above the ankle amputated).

Ormondville RM Court
Martin MILLER v A. WILSON
G & T. PRESCOTT v James HESKETH
Mrs ISAACSON v W. MANTEL
Fanny SOMERSBY v T. O'GRADY. Over nursing of Mary O'GRADY during her confinment
Tues 08 Nov 1892

The eldest son of Alex SMITH of Oringi, died on Sunday night from consumption. The funeral took place today

Capt PREECE, for many years RM at Napier and for the last year at Kaiapoi, has resigned.

Herbertville. this day
Before Messrs W.S. SPEEDY & S. FRANKLIN J.P's. Daniel CONNOR was charged for feloniously breaing into the dwelling of Graham SPEEDY. He was committed to stand trial at the next sitting of the Supreme Court in Napier.

Thurs 10 Nov 1892

Death
SMITH : At his parents residence on Nov 6, Alexander Jones, eldest son of Alex SMITH, manager, Oringi.

A discovery was made in the Danevirke cemetery on Monday. During the course of an excavation for a grave. The digger came upon a body in an excellent state of preservation. It was the remains of Samuel Hendry KENT, who committed suicide, 13 or 14 years ago at Heretaunga, by blowing his brains out .......... more

Napier
A young man, Edward DALTON, who was manager of the local branch of J.H. DALTON & Co was found dead this morning. A bottle of prussic acid was found in his pockets. An inquest will be held
Sat 12 Nov 1892

At the inquest of A. E. DALTON, who was found dead at Napier on Thursday morning, a verdict of suicide, while temporarily insane was returned.

Danevirke RM Court
J. BATES v J. HICKS
W. RAYNER v John SHEEHAN
Same V MITCHELL
Same v W. SCOTT
HAWKINS & CROWLEY v C. SCHMIDT

Esther RUSSELL, Annie DAVIES, Sophia SCHAARE & Florrie GASSON, all Makotuku school girls, were awarded 100 marks ( max) by the committee of ladies in Napier, for sewing
Tues 15 Nov 1892

A young man, John HOLDEN, cut his hand badly with a slasher while working at Tahoraite

Henry ELLISON has purchased the Wairoa Guardian.

Hebertville Police Court. W. SPEEDY & S. FRANKLIN
Prohibition orders were granted against J. HOGGARD, carpenter & W.H. WILLIS, baker, both of Herbertville
Daniel CONNOR was charged with breaking and entering the dwelling of Graham SPEEDY ...... more
Names mentioned :
Walter SPEEDY, son of Graham, residing at Woodbank
May SPEEDY, daughter of Graham
James SPEEDY, son of Graham
W.J. SIMPSON, Constable Herbertville.
Committed for trial

Thurs 17 Nov 1892

Constable LAWLESS inserts a notice of sale under distress warrant in the case of Emma LEE v C.F. MORTENSEN
Sat 19 Nov 1892

Danevirke Police Court
James ALBERT v W. GALBRAITH.

Danevirke RM Court
Charles DIXON - Prohibition order. Remanded
Kristian DENNISON - Drunk

H. NAPHTALI - Gazetted as a JP

Gisborne. This day
Sgt Major MOORE & Constable NORMAN, yesterday afternoon arrested at Patutahi, a family of Spanish Maori half castes, named CHRISTIAN. two young woman, aged about 20 & 22, named Bula & Horiana CHRISTIAN are charged with the murder of an infant child of Lena CHRISTIAN, sister of the accused who had given birth about 31st July to an illegitimate child. Lena & Charles CHRISTIAN ( father of the young women) were also arrested on a charge of being accessors to the murder ....... more
Tues 22 Nov 1892

A fatal accident happened at Mangaroto, whereby a youth , James BARNES lost his life.

A pound, will be established at Ormondville on Monday next upon the premises of W. HOWSE, who has been appointed Ranger and Poundkeeper.

Danevirke Police Court
C. DIXON , Prohibition Order. Granted

Mr A. GILMOUR's house at Mangatera is approaching completion .... more '
Thurs 24 Nov 1892

It is fated that James BARNES should be drowned. His father gave evidence at the inquest that the boy had twice beore been nearly drowned, once about eleven years ago and again about eight years ago. ( Buried in Plamerston North)

Mr E.T. OLSEN, Blacksmith, Ormondville has broken two ribs .... more

Drowning at Mangaroto.
Enquiry into the drowning of young BARNES on Tuesday before C. HALL Esq JP ( coroner). Jury : E. AVERILL, T. BRIGHTWELL, J. POWER, E. DAY, G. GILLAM & D. ISLES.
The deceased was 20 years of age ... more
Names mentioned ;
Andrew PETERS - Employed to pick up fleeces
Alexander PRATT, 18 years. Fleecer
Thomas Henry PRATT, Father of last witness
George BELLCLIFFE

Woodville Affair
SYMS, charged with abortion has been committed for trial
Sat 26 Nov 1892

The War Cry notifies that Mary THOMPSON, daughter of the coach driver of Norsewood has arrived at the Newtown garrison.

Mr G.A. PREECE, late RM, has been authorised to act as a native interpreter

Tues 29 Nov 1892

Supreme Court. Wellington
The case of SYMS to procure abortion in Woodville has been adjourned
Thurs 01 Dec 1892

J. NEAGLE - Importer and Manufacturer of Saddlery & Harness

Sat 03 Dec 1892

Danevirke Police Court
Jas DAVIE - Using abusive language

Ormondville RM Court
W. ROBINSON v E. RAYNOR
Same v J. SUTHERLAND
Same v J. LORRIGAN
Rasmus MARCUSSON v Lena RASMUSSEN
Ole ERICKSON v C. MITCHELL
Tues 06 Dec 1892

Danevirke Police Court
Andrina BERSTROM - Having procurred drink for Martha SCOTT, a prohibited person.

Thurs 08 Dec 1892

Danevirke Police Court
Robert HUGHES. Drunk in a public place.

The Prebyterian Church was filled with spectators on Tuesday last on the occasion of the marriage of Mr A.L. GORDON to Miss ANDREW ... more.

Sat 10 Dec 1892

Danevirke RM Court
J. BATES v R. HUGHES
J. EDWARDS v HANDYSIDE & ROBERTS
H. CARLSON v E. WALKER
W.RAYNOR v J. SHEEHAN
HAWKINS & Co v C. SCHMIDT
J.H. CLAYTON v DAVENPORT
LEE v MORTENSEN
Tues 13 Dec 1892

Police Court
James REARDON - Using threatening and abusive language to Martha SCOTT

A daughter of James READY, aged three years died at Woodville on Thursday night from convulsion caused by eating green gooseberries.

Ormondville Court
G. CHRISTIANSEN - Disturbing the religious meeting of the Salvation Army

Thurs 15 Dec 1892

The charge against the Woodville Chemist, SYMS for an alleged illegal operation on Mrs HALL ... more
Sat 17 Dec 1892

Ormondville RM Court
Richard GRIMWOOD, charged with committing a grossly indecent act while travelling in a railway carriage betwen Waipukurau and Takapau ... more

Norman CAMPBELL, well known sawmiller is to put a sawmill into Mr SIDEY's Te Ohau Block, Norsewood.

Before Messrs HAMILTON & DRUMMOND JP's
James REARDON, assaulting Robt DOCHERTY. Remanded
Tues 20 Dec 1892

By the express train yesterday, three prisoners were sent to Napier. E. WILKINSON, Horse stealing, C. DENNISTON, sent for 14 days for drunkenness. J. REARDON for assaultt

Const BROWN from Ashhurst has replaced Const SIDDELLS at danevirke, where the latter wa relieving Const LAWLESS

Danevirke Police Court
James REARDON - Assaulting Robt DOCHERTY ........ Committed for trial

Thurs 22 Dec 1892

W. ELLINGHAM, Licensee, Occidental Hotel, Napier, fined for allowing gambling on his licensed premises.

Mr Hubert BURNETT - Mayor of Woodville

Sat 24 Dec 1892

Thomas SCOTT, Engine Driver, Danevirke - Bankrupt

Thurs 29 Dec 1892

R.E. DEAN has disposed of his milk business to W.P. WALLACE

Mr E. PAWSON and family are removing to Oringi. Mr PAWSON having taken a three year contract for the bushfelling in connection with GAMMAN & Co's sawmill.

Wimbledon. Dec 23
Quite a gloom was cast over the district this morning by the news of an accident of a wholesale nature. ..............( Dray overturned) on the way to Herbertville races.
Names mentioned :
Mrs Job BOND & 5 children
Mrs A. JOHNSON & 3 children
These two women were sisters
Mr D. PECK Brother in Law to the women
Mr SARGENT & two sons, father & brothers to the women
Sat 31 Dec 1892
Mr F.G. BARTON has been appointed Postmaster at Kumeroa.

Danevirke police Court
John ELIASSON charged upon the information of his wife , Mary ELIASSON, with assault .... more.
Names mentioned
Mary Louisa ELIASSON
Eliza SLIPPER

Makotuku Sunday School Prizegiving
Girls
F1.
1st Class: Edith ROBINSON & Mary PLANK
2nd Class : Evelyn DAVIES, Mary DONGHI, Annie CALLON, Ella SUGDEN & Esther RUSSELL
F2
1st Class : Lizzie RUSSELL, Grace ROBINSON, Lizzie HULL
2nd Class : Annie DAVIES, Louisa DONGHI, Daisy LEAN
F3
1st Class : Lily RUSSELL, Ida MANN, Ida JARMAN
2nd Class : Lenobia LEAN, Lily HUNT, Gertrude MANN & Maggie ORMOND
Boys
F1
1st Class : Louis PLANK, Willie JARMAN, Harry LEAN
2nd Class : Edwin FORWARD, Archie JARMAN, Walter NEWLING
F2
2nd Class : James COX & Frank HUNT
F3
1st Class : Ernest ROBINSON, Willie BRABAZON
2nd Class : Willie KIDSON, Geo COX, W. HULL, F. DAVIES, James LEAN, Percy SUGDEN

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