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Jan. 2 - 5 - Missing Issues

Jan. 6, 1893
Death -
LEAN - At Pukahu, on 5th January, Mrs J. LEAN, aged 54 years. Deeply regretted.
The funeral will leave Pukahu for Havelock cemetery at 2 o'clock this day (Friday).
All friends invited.

Evan Murray M'GREGOR, on remand charged with the larceny as a bailee of a horse, the property of Thomas HEWETSON, was brought up in custody yesterday before Messrs F. SUTTON and J.H. VAUTIER, Justices. Accused was defended by Sir William WASTENEYS, and pleaded not guilty. It apeared from the evidence that accused borrowed the horse from a man named BRADY (who had charge of the animal for its owner). and that he rode away and sold it to a man named Henry HIPE for £2. Accused was committed for trial, bail being allowed.

The following crews have been picked for the Union Rowing Club's senior fours and junior double sculls, to be rowed by the 21st inst. The senior fours consist of M'CLARKIN (stroke), HANDS (3), FISHER (2), and CONNOR (bow): HALPIN (stroke), ADAMS (3), SIMMONDS (2), and WRIGHTSON (bow): WATERWORTH (stroke), J. CLARKIN (3), BRANSFIELD (2), and CLEARY (bow): emergencies, H. LUCAS and J. KENNY.
The junior double sculls consist of HYDE (stroke) and J. NESBITT (bow), BEAR (stroke) and J. NESBITT ( bow), BEAR (stroke) and MINETT (bow), SCHWABE (stroke) and QUEREE (bow), GOODALL (stroke) and H. NESBITT (bow).

James HUMPHREY and John BOYLE appeared at the R.M. Court yesterday,...and pleaded guilty to drunkenness. They were cautioned and discharged.
The Bench intimated that they were prepared to make allowance for drunkenness at this portion of the year, and BOYLE, who appeared to enter into the spirit of the joke, said he did not think he would trouble the Court again till next Christmas.
Thomas DUCKETT, for being unlawfully by night on the premises of James PAGETT (a stable on the Marine parade), was sentenced to seven days' hard labor.
Daniel SPENCE, alias George CLARKE, was sentenced to a month's hard labor for using obscene language in Carlyle street.

Ormondville -
On Tuesday last a very pleasing ceremony took place in the Church of the Epiphany, when Mr Daniel BARNES, of Ormondville, was united in the bonds of holy matrimony to Miss Julia PACKER, daughter of Mr J. PACKER, of Papatu. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T.J. WILLS. The bride looked very well in a dress of white striped silk. Her bridesmaid was her sister, Miss E. PACKER. After the ceremony the happy couple drove off amid the usual showers of rice to the residence of the bride's parents, carrying with them the best wishes of all present.
H B Herald, Sat. Jan. 7, 1893
Marriage -
BEAUCLERK-HART - On the 5th October, 1892, at the Legation Chapel, Pekin, by the Rev. F.L. NORRIS, M.A., assisted by the Rev. W.H. THOMPSON, William Nelthorpe BEAUCLERK, D.L., J.P., of Little Grimsby Hall, Lincolnshire, Secretary of Her Majesty's Legation, eldest son of the late Captain Lord Frederick Charles BEAUCLERK, R.N., to Evelyn Amy, elder daughter of Sir Robert HART, G.C.M.G., Inspector General of Customs, China, and 38, Cadogan-place, London, S.W.

Those in search of investments will note that several propeties in the estate of the late James ASHTON, including the Provincial Hotel, are in the market for sale. Parictulars will be found elsewhere.

The following players will represent the Mercantile Cricket Club in their match with the Napier Cricket Club, which commences at 2.15 o'clock to day on the Recreation Ground:-

At a committee meeting of the Wanderers' Bicycle Club held last night Mr R.P. PATERSON was elected vice-captain of the club in the place of Mr STUBBS, resigned. Messrs H. JACOBI and James BISSELI were also elected to fill the vacancies on the committee caused by the resignation of Messrs T. MORRISON and STUBBS, wsho have left Napier. If satisfactory arrangements can be made Mr R.P. PATERSON will endeavor to establish a twelve hours' record on the Recreation Ground on Wednesday, the 18th instant.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, Bartholomew WALLACE was charged with being drunk while in charge of a horse and waggonette. He stoutly denied having been drunk, and evidence was taken......His Worship......imposed a fine of £1 and costs, or in default three days' hard labor.
HB Herald, Tues., Jan. 10, 1893
The selection Committee of the Union Rowing Club have picked the following crew to go into training for the approaching contests against the Napier, Gisborne, Poverty Bay and Auckland clubs:- A. FULFORD (stroke), M. CLARKIN (3), J. BRANSFIELD (2), and W. HEDLEY (bow).

Mr John DRUMMOND, who for some months past has been performing the duties of the late Mr PASLEY as stock inspector, has been appointed to succeed him. Before coming to this province Mr DRUMMOND was chief inspector of the Wellington and New Plymouth districts.

All Napierites will be interested in the news in another column of the death of R.A. SHERRIN, a journlist of the "old times." He was possessed of considerable "smartness," to use a most distasteful word for lack of a better one, but he must have got into low water lately, for he died in the Costley Home.

At the Hastings R.M. Court yesterday, before Dr. LINNEY and Mr M'LEED, J.P.'s,
Henry O'BRIEN, charged with having been drunk, was fined 5s and costs 2s. A charge of vagrancy against him was dismissed.
Harold MAITLAND was charged with having feloniously broken into and entered the shop of Francis NUGENT at Maraekakaho and stolen £20 therefrom on the 7th instant. He was remanded till next Friday.

A meeting of the committee of the Caledonian Society was held in the Masonic Hotel last evening.....It was decided to offer the scholarship won by Miss R. SAMPSON to the child with the next highest marks, as Miss SAMPSON's parents preferred to keep her at the district school.

At the R.M. Court yesterday.....
John KERR was sentenced to three months' hard labor for vagrancy. There were several previous convictions against him.
Walter Stanley SUTTON, a tall young man who said he could get no work to do, was ordered to pay 5s a week towards the support of his mother and father. The latter is paralysed.
A prohibition order was granted against George LETTS, he concurring to have effect in the borough of Napier and the county of Hawke's Bay.
Mary Jane LULY was fined 5s and costs for drunkenness.
M.C. TAYLOR was fined 5s and costs for allowing cows to stray on the public roads, and
R. LANDSDOWN was fined 10s and costs for permitting two horses to wander on to the railway line.
R. SWEETAPPLE was fined 5s and costs for getting on to a moving train.

The man who gives his name as John IDLE, and who was brought up in custody on remand twice before charged with the larceny of a cheque, was yesterday committed for trial. Bail was allowed, himself in £100 and two sureties in £50 each.

Waipawa -
At the R.M. Court today.....
C. NASH and A.M. DICK were each charged with allowing their chimneys to be on fire on the same day.....Each fined 1s with 7s costs.
Yesterday afternoon some larrikins broke into the orchard of Mr RATHBONE's residence, and shook off all the apples on his trees, doing damage to the amount of some pounds. The police are prosecuting inquiries, and it is to be hoped that they will discover the perpetrators.
Mr. A.W. GOULD, solicitor, formerly of Waipawa, has lately undergone a surgical operation successfully in Wellington, and is now nearly convalescent.

A peculiar assault case was dealt with by Mr TURNBULL, R.M., yesterday. Annie MILLER, an elderly woman, was charged by Annie Isabel SIMPSON with assaulting her on the 3rd of January.......Mr TURNBULL said that there had undoubtedly been an assault, but it did not seem to have been a serious one, and the case would be dismissed without costs.

H Herald, Wed. Jan. 11, 1893
At the R.M. Cout yesterday,
Hugh M'GOUNE, an elderly man, pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk in a public place, and was discharged with a caution.
Henry COOPER, a seaman belonging to one of the ships in the bay, was similarly charged and similarly dealt with.
H Herald, Thurs. Jan. 12, 1893
Marriage -
WATSON-THWAITES - On the 29th December, 1892, at the U.M.F. Church, Rangiora, W.H. WATSON, third son of Mr Geo. WATSON, of Southbrook, Canterbury, to Miss H.A. THWAITES, second daughter of Mr J. THWAITES, of Rangiora.
HB Herald, Sat. Jan. 14, 1893
Marriage -
FURNESS-TOWNSHEND - At the U.M.F. Church, Napier, on 13th January, 1893, by the Rev. J.W. WORBOYS, Arthur E. FURNESS, of Wellington, to Miriam, eldest daughter of the late William TOWNSHEAD, Esq., Ford House, Exeter, England.

At the R.M. Court yesterday....William BOND and George DUGGAN pleaded guilty to being drunk in a public place, and were each discharged with a caution.

On Thursday afternoon there was a narrow escape from a serious fire on the old Hospital hill, at the residence of Mr Alexander M. BOWER. Mrs BOWER's mother was engaged for some little time in the garden, and upon returning to the house found one of the rooms full of smoke, and burning near the wall. With the assistance of Mr SCORGIE, butcher, who happened to be near, the fire was subdued after about £10 worth of damage had been done. The origin of the fire is not known. The house was insured in the Phoenix Fire Office, of which Mr Harry LASCELLES is agent, and with commendable promptitude he yesterday paid over a cheque for the amount of the damage.
H B Herald, Mon. Jan. 16, 1893
At the R.M. Court on Saturday -
Annie PROUSE, against whom a number of previous convictions were put in, was sentenced to 14 days' hard labor for being illegally by night upon premises in
Thackeray street.
Thomas MURPHY was sentenced to seven days' hard labor for a similar offence. The pair were found sleeping in an unlet cottage. The difference in the sentences
was due to the woman's bad record.

Hastings - (under Saturday's date)
Frank M'CARTHY was charged today before Messrs ELLIS and M'LEOD, J.P.'s, with an assault on W. MORRIS......The prisoner who pretendced not to recollect anything about the matter, was fined £5 and costs, and as he could not pay he was taken to gaol for one month's imprisonment with hard labor.
HB Herald, Tues. Ja n. 17, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday,
Henry FISHER and James DALTON, for fighting on the main road at Clive on Sunday, were each fined 10s and costs.
Bernard SMITH, for threatening behavior in Emerson street on Saturday night, was also fined 10s and costs.
Samuel BAINES, charged with drunkenness, did not appear. He was fined £1, the amount of his bail.
Robert PATON was fined 5s and costs for drunkenness.
John HART, for habitual drunkenness, was sentenced to a month's hard labor.
William CROWIE, for driving a cab and two horses round a corner at faster than a walking pace, was fined 10s and costs.
James F. M'KAIN, for leaving two horses and an express insufficiently attended (in charge of a boy) was fined 10s and costs.

A case involving the utility of prohibition orders was heard at the R.M. Court yesterday, when Charles DUNFY, or DUNFOY, was charged before Mr TURNBULL, R.M., with procuring at Clive liquor for a man named J.R. MARTIN, against whom a prohibition order is in force. The evidence disclosed a very bad case, defendant having been previously warned against supplying liquor to MARTIN. After hearing the evidence his Worship fined defendant £2 and costs, in default of payment three weeks' imprisonment.
James SMITH was similarly charged, but the summons had not been served, and defendant consequently did not appear. The summons was enlarged to the 30th instant.

A peculiar case occupied the attention of the R.M. for a short time yesterday morning. Theresa RICHARDSON....was charged on the information of william GILMOUR with assaulting informant, and with using threatening language. Mr CRESSWELL applied to have the hearing adjourned for a week.....After some argument this was granted, the question of costs to be settled at the rehearing. Informant then made a statement. It was to the effect that defendant threatened to shoot him, and that he was afraid of his life, and afraid to walk about on his own premises. Major RICHARDSON, husband of defendant, was present in Court, and in response to a question from the Bench said he would undertake that his wife should not do harm to the informant. The case was formally adjourned till Monday next.

H B Herald, Wed. Jan. 18, 1893
Deaths -
FRAME - At her parents' residence, Beach road, on January 16th, 1893, Alice Muriel, infant daughter of David Bruce and Annie Elvira FRAME.

STEVENS - At Carlyle street, on January 17th, Herbert Charles, only son of Maude and Charles STEVENS, aged five months. Interment private.

At the R.M. Court yesterday,
John BOYLE, for too frequent drunkenness, was sentenced to 14 days' hard labor.

The accident to Mr J.G. HUGHES at the fire has not yet been given correctly. He did not fall from a window, but through into the upper portion of the burning premises. Had he not luckily caught the hose as he fell things would have gone very hard with him. The fall was not due to the explosion, but to a hose throwing high-pressure water "taking charge" for a few seconds.
HB Herald, Fri. Jan. 20th 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday, Charles GREEN was fined 5s and costs for drunkenness.

The s.s. Lily, which arrived from the Wairoa last night, brought down a person named Matthew BRADLEY, sentenced to a month's hard labor by the Wairoa Justices for habitual drunkenness.
HBH 1893 Jan 21 Sat
Death -
LEASK - At Edinburgh, on December 1st, 1892, Thomas LEASK, aged 52, eldest brother of S.C. LEASK, dentist, of this city.

Letters of naturalisation have been issued to Charles John STONE, of Napier.
HB Herald, Mon. Jan. 23, 1893
Birth -
ENTING - On the 20th January, at Greenmeadows Hotel, Taradale, the wife of L.M. ENTING, of a son. All's well.

Mr H.G. SPACKMAN has resigned the position of organist to the Napier Cathedral, and has accepted that of organist to Holy Tirinity Church, Gisborne.

At the R.M. Court on Saturday -
George LAURENSON pleaded guilty to drunkenness, and was discharged with a caution.
Charles DUNFOY, for indecency, was sentenced to seven days' hard labor.

A man named Thomas CONWAY was admitted to the Napier hospital on Saturday suffering from a severe wound in his left knee. He was engaged at scrubcutting near Dannevirke, and inflicted the injury by his slasher swerving......We understand that the patient is progressing favorably.

Mr Sydney HOBEN, who has been spending his holidays in Australia, will return to Napier by the Manapouri on the 31st instant. Mr HOBEN announces that he will resume with his pupils for the pianoforte, singing, and voice production and theory on the 2nd prox.....
HB Herald, Tues. Jan. 24, 1893
Inquiry is made in Lloyd's Weekly for the following:-
Herbert Stanley JOSEPH left his home in July, 1888, for Auckland, New Zealand, and from there went to Melbourne; his mother is anxious for news.
John MOORE, late of Ballyshannon, Donegal, Ireland, went to Australia or New Zealand; sister Anne seeks him.
Mr ANSLOW went to New Zealand about 13 years ago, and when last heard from a few months after was going over to Australia; his son wishes him to answer.
Mrs Fred RISDON was last heard of by her mother in February, 1886, then residing at Seagull Cottage, Taranaki-place, Wellington, New Zealand.

Waipawa -
It is now definitely settled that the Rev. A. GARDINER, the new incumbent of Waipawa parish, will commence his duties at St. Peter's Church on Sunday, the 5th of February.

A case arising out of straying fowls was before the R.M. Court for the second time yesterday. W. GILMOUR, of Petane, charged Theresa RICHARDSON, also of Petane, with assaulting him, and he also asked that she be bound over to keep the peace, she having threatened to shoot him......Complainant was annoyed by poultry coming into his premises, and after some little time, finding that the annoyance did not cease, he one day shot some of the intruders. Then, so complainant alleged, defendant assaulted him with a stick, and threatened to blow his brains out......The Bench ordered defendant to be found over to keep the peace for a year, herself in £25 and two sureties in £10 each. She was also ordered to pay costs amounting to £2 18s.

At the R.M. Court yesterday,
Henry COOK was fined 5s and costs for drunkenness, and was sentenced to seven days' hard labor for disorderly conduct.
Charles LANGDON, for throwing a large ink bottle at bottles on the shelves in the bar of the Exchange Hotel, and doing damage to the amount of £1 11s, was fined 10s and costs, and ordered to make good the damage.
Edward HEBDEN, for connecting a service pipe with a water main without being authorised, was fined 10s and costs.
Daniel MURNANE, who pleaded guilty to breaking a bye-law by erecting a building in wood and iron that should have been of brick, was given one week to remove the building.
Edward M'KENNA, charged with neglecting two children, was remanded to to-morrow.
Bernard CAREY, for failing to obey an order of the Court, paid £2 down, and was allowed two months to make good the arrears.
Adam MIDDLETON was ordered to pay 5s a week towards the support of his wife while she remained chargeable to the Charitable Aid Board....
Isabella M'KAY charged her husband with failing to support her, and asked for a protection order and the custody of her children. Her application was granted.
H B Herald, Wed. Jan. 25, 1893
A country paper states that Mr G. ELLIS, of Hastings, intends relinquishing the brewery business.

At the R.M. Court yesterday...three men who gave the names of John THOMPSON, John ROGERS, and Parick RYAN were brought up in custody charged with the larceny of two sheets, a pair of drawers, a gold ring, a pipe, some tobacco, and 6s in cash, the property of E.B. HILL, of Waikonini. The theft alleged against the accused was perpetrated on the 23rd instant. On the application of Sergeant CULLEN, the accused were remanded till Monday next.
HB Herald, Thurs. Jan. 26, 1893
The following will represent the Mercantile Cricket Club's eleven on Saturday next at Farndon:-

At the R.M. Court yesterday....
Edward M'KENNA was brought up on remand charged with neglecting to provide for his two daughters, six years and five years of age respectively. Defendant pleaded guilty, but said that the death of his wife drove him to drinking, and that a relative took the children. He had always intended to maintain them. Defendant was ordered to pay 5s per week for each child.

Messrs WILLIAMS and KETTLE, Limited, decided that the wrongheadedness of the Government should not prevent H.B. being represented in some degree at the Chicago Exhibition, and consequdently made arrangements to send wool exhibits. The first batch of these was despatched yesterday, to go by the Monowai. The
exhibits sent are from the clips of Messrs R.D.D. M'LEAN, John HARDING, T.M. CHAMBERS, J.N. WILLIAMS, John ANDERSON, and Arch. M'LEAN.
H B Herald, Fri. Jan. 27, 1893
An accident occurred on Wednesday at Waipawa. An express driven by Mr D. ANNETTE, accompanied by Miss FERRIS, was descending the river-bed near Bibby's corner, when the horse, from some unexplained cause, began "playing up." This overturned the vehicle, its passengers and other contents, and broke both shafts. The occupants of the vehicle escaped with a good shaking, and little the worse.

At the annual meeting of the Kaikora Mechanics' Institute, Mr DODDS presiding,.......the following officers were elected:-
President, Mr C. CLARK
Secretary, Mr E. GRay
Treasurer, Mr J. MERRYLEES

A long bicycle ride was recently done by Mr W.R. HOWARD, of the Napier telegraph office, a former member of the Athletic Football Club, Wellington. Starting from Napier at 3 o'clock on Friday afternoon, he reached Wellington on Sunday, having ridden 230 or 240 miles in a little over two days. As some of the roads were very heavy, and Mr HOWARD did not deny himself sleep, the journey was a pretty rapid one. His machine is a 46-inch geared "ordinary," fitted with Boothroyd pneumatic tyres.
Mr HOWARD intends to ride from Wellington to Taranaki, and then back to Napier.
HB Herald, Sat. Jan. 28, 1893
Birth -
TENNET - On the 28th January, at Moana, the wife of Mr J.T. TENNET, of a son.

Mr A. MACDONALD's Kuripapango and Patea coach arrived yesterday afternoon with Misses SPENCER and RUSSELL, Mrs SCHUTLZ, Mr DAVIS, and four others.

We are glad to learn from a Christchurch letter that Mrs SHEATH, who is on a visit to that city in search of renewed health, is so much improved that a full restoration is only a matter of a short time.......

Waipawa -
Mr BIBBY's new house in Rose street is up, and a fair idea of its magnitude can be gained from the lower part of the town. It is 40 ft wide, 56 ft deep, and is divided into ten rooms. On the south side of a 7 ft hall are the drawing, breakfast, and dining rooms, the latter with a large bay window overlooking the river and valley below. On the north side are bedrooms, bath room, kitchen, pantries, &c. The front elevation shows two large bay windowxs, and the whole is very tasteful. The situation is almost the finest in Waipawa.
HB Herald, Tues. Jan. 31, 1893
Marriage -
PARKER-STEVENSON - On the 13th December, 1892, at St. David's Church, Auckland, by the Rev. R. SCOTT WEST, Frederick, third son of William PARKER, of Napier, to Isabella Amelia Agnes (Millie), eldest daughter of the late R.H. STEVENSON, of Auckland.

J. BOLAND and P. PALMER failed to satisfactorily explain yesterday at the R.M. Court why they allowed horses to stray, and fines were imposed, in the first case 2s 6d and costs, and in PALMER's (two horses) 5s and costs.

The following strokes have been picked for the Union Rowing Club's open pairs:-

We recently stated that Mr G. ELLIS had decided to relinquish his brewery business at Hastings. We now learn that Mr NEWBIGIN, who has returned here from a trip to the Old Country, will be Mr ELLIS's successor, having purchased the business. Mr NEWGIBIN, who was for 21 years with Mr G.H. SWAN (14 years as brewer), will take possession of his new business tomorrow. Included in the transfer is Mr ELLIS's aerated water manufactury. We understand that Mr ELLIS has no intention of leaving Hastings.

At the R.M. Court yesterday.....Israel PROUSE applied that an order of the Court that he should help to maintain his wife be cancelled on the ground that she was leading an immoral life......After hearing evidence his Worship varied the order to make the money payable to the Charitable Aid Board if the woman came under the Board's supervision. Applicant left the Court saying that he would not pay another shilling.

John THOMPSON, John ROGERS, and Patrick RYAN were brought up in custody at the R.M. Court yesterday, charged with larceny. It appeared from the evidence that Edward Burton HILL, a contractor, was working near Hastings, and for a time had to live in a tent. After a visit to Hastings he discovered that his tent had been ransacked, and that two shirts, a pair of drawers, a gold ring, pipe and tobacco, and some silver money, the whole of the value of £4 5s 6d, had been abstracted.....the prisoners were committed for trial.
H B Herald, Wed Feb. 1, 1893
Birth -
BARRIE - On the 30th January, 1893, the wife of Mr P. BARRIE, J.P., of a daughter.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Joseph CUMMINS - pleaded guilty to being drunk in a public place at Clive, and was discharged with a caution.
John HAN BURY, for being drunk in Hastings Street, was discharged with a caution.
HB Herald, Thurs. Feb. 2, 1893
Marriage -
MACRAE-RIDDIFORD - On January 30th, at St. Andrew's Waipukurau, John MACRAE, of Bowlands, to Beatrice Mary, widow of the late Richard RIDDIFORD, of Te Awaiti, and second daughter of H.S. WARDELL, R.M., of Te Whiti, Masterton.

Mr Sydney HOBEN returned to Napier yesterday from Australia by the Manapouri, having had a very enjoyable trip. Whilst in Sydney pressure was brought to bear upon Mr HOBEN to give a pianoforte recital in that city, but the weak state of his arms would not permit of his doing so. As will be seen by advertisement elsewhere,
Mr HOBEN resumes instruction today.
HB Herald, Fri. Feb. 3, 1893
We understand that the interesting service of the induction of the new pastor, the Rev. Allan F. GARDINER, to the Anglican parish of St. Peter's, Waipawa, will be held this evening by the Bishop at 7.30. Mr GARDINER arrived from Gisborne on Tuesday, via Wairoa, where he conducted a four days' mission with much success.

The following members havde been picked to play for the H.B. County Cricket Club in the cup match at Napier against the Napier Cricket Club tomorrow:-

The peach trees seem to be recovering from the blight which for so many years has made the once-plentiful peach a comparative rarity. In Messrs CRANBY and PREBBLE's windows are shown samples of several varieties, quite free from any sign of blight, large and luscious. They were grown in Mr GILBERD's nursery.
Mr ANDERSON, of Taradale, has also this year a crop of very fine peaches. Mr G.I. CLARKE had a crop of nearly 600 magnificent peaches this year on a tree grown in his yard between Emerson street and Tennyson street, a seedling of his own raising.
HB Herald, Sat. Feb. 4, 1893
Marriage -
HALIBURTON-DAVIS - At Napier, on January 11th, by Rev. J.G. PATERSON, William HALIBURTON, of Matamau, to Caroline DAVIS, of Woodville.

A small consignment of Romney Marsh rams from the flock of Mr F. SUTTON, Southland, has been received by Mr A. M'HARDY for his Longlands property.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr J.H. VAUTIER, J.P.,
Catherine DALTON was formally charged with being a lunatic not under proper control. She was remanded for medical examination.

The new shop and dwelling house in Carlyle street recently erected for Mr J. SPENCE is a striking addition to the architecture of the town, and reflects credit upon its designer (Mr DUGLEBY) and upon the owner for agreeing to such a substantial piece of work.

Mr R.P. PATERSON will undertake his twelve hours record making on the Recreation Ground on Wednesday next, starting at 7 a.m. and finishing at 7 p.m. He will ride a first-class Dunlop-tyred racing machine, and as he is in splendid form it is expected that he will cover over 150 miles.
HB Herald, Mon. Feb. 6, 1893
We clip the following from a contemporary:-
There was an interesting recital of Scotch songs and ballads at Exeter Hall on St. Andrew's day, in connection with the London School of Voice Cultivation. Among other contributors to an excellent and diversified proramme was Mr Charles GIBSON, of Napier, N.Z., whose delivery of "Scots wha hae" was very cordially applauded.

Yesterday morning there was landed from the "Wairarapa" a large number of merino rams from Mr F.S. FALKNER's celebrated Boonoke flock, New South Wales, consigned to his Hawke's Bay agents, the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., for Mr Hugh CAMPBELL, Pukawa; Mr Arthur HARDING, Kereru; and Mr A.S.G. CARLYON, Gwavas.

Mr GODDARD objects to all the honors for fruit growing being accorded to Taradale, and by way of protest on Saturday brought us samples of what his Havelock nurseries can produce........
HB Herald, Tues. Feb. 7, 1893
Birth -
MILLER - At the Hollows, on February 2nd, the wife of John MILLER, of a son.

Mr R.P. PATERSON will start on the Recreation Ground at 7 o'clock tomorrow morning to make a twelve-hour bicycle record for New Zealand.......In a three hours' ride on the track the other day Mr PATERSON covered nearly 50 miles. In the third hour he managed 17 miles.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
T.H. LOWRY, charged with getting upon a moving train, did not appear. The evidence of the guard who saw the occurrence having been taken, a fine of 10s and costs was imposed.
Joseph ALDRIDGE and Harry ROLFE, who both pleaded guilty to drunkenness, were discharged with a caution.
John FERGUS, similarly charged, was fined 10s and costs.
Daniel SPENCE, alias George CLARK, and Annie PROUSE were jointly charged with being drunk and disorderly in Clive-square. Previous convictions were put in against both defendants, who were each sentenced to a month's hard labor.

At the R.M. Court yesterday John CHRISTY, a Napier cabdriver, preferred a charge of horsestealing against John M'LEES, of Clive. CHRISTY stated that he lent the horse to M'LEES in 1891, and authorised him to sell for £15 to £16, but in consequence of representations made last winter by M'LEES, that the horse was in very bad condition, and was sold to as bushfaller for £5, he (CHRISTY) accepted that sum as payment. He subsequently discovered that accused had sold the horse to an expressman named O'ROURKE for £12, and in consequence brought this charge......CHRISTY admitted that he had given M'LEES full authority to deal with the horse, and that if he had received £7 more he would not have made the accusation. The cross-examination tended to show that CHRISTY was aware of the horse's condition and that the sale was a genuine one to a man called VALE. The case was dismissed without calling witnesses for the defence.
HB Herald, Wed. Feb. 8, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
David MORAN, who had been arrested at Hastings on a charge of stealing £5, the property of one David KITCHENMAN, at Wellington, was remanded to the latter town to be dealt with.

Mr W.R. HOWARD, of the Napier telegraphic department, who left here some weeks ago on a bicycle tour of the North Island, had a breakdown the other day between Wanganui and Wellington, and had to send his machine to Christchurch for repairs. He expects to get it back and to return on it to Napier by the end of this week.

Catherine DALTON, on remand charged with lunacy, was brought up at the R.M. Court yesterday and certified by the gaol surgeon, Dr. HITCHINGS, to be sane. He stated, however, that she appeared to have been ill-treated, which had brought on mental trouble, and that she needed medical treatment for a chronic disorder she suffered from. Both the husband and the daughter of the woman denied that she was in any way ill treated. Sergeant CULLEN said that when taken into custody the woman was all over bruises. His Worship dismissed the charge of lunacy, and told her husband that he would have to properly look after his wife at home.
HB Herald, Thurs. Feb. 9, 1893
Death -
JOSELAND - On February 5th, at St. George's Square, Worcester, England, Mary JOSELAND, wife of George JOSELAND, and eldest daughter of the late Alderman WOOD.

Owing to the rain Mr R.P. PATERSON's attempt to establish a twelve-hour bicycle record has been postponed till next week.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Messrs T.K. NEWTON and J.W. NEAL, Justices,
Jane MARCHBANK and Mary BERSCHAFELT pleaded guilty to being drunk in a public place, and were each fined 5s and costs.

The vacancy in the Gisborne office of the Lands Department caused by the death of the late Mr PARRIS, son of Major PARRIS, has been filled by transferring from the Napier office Mr H.G. PRICE, who left by the Te Anau last night.
HB Herald, Fri. Feb. 10, 1893
Birth -
WILLIAMS - On February 7th, at Awarua, Te Aute, the wife of W.T. WILLIAMS, of a son.

Death -
BOUSFIELD - At Gisborne, on January 30th, 1893, Anne, relict of the late O.L.W. BOUSFIELD, aged 64.

At the R.M. Court yesterday,
John FERGUS was fined £1 and costs for being drunk and disorderly in the Criterion Hotel.

Mr D.A. WRIGHT, the courteous and obliging station-master at Hastings, has been transferred to Helensville, for which place he will leave shortly. Mr WRIGHT will carry with him the good wishes of the Hastings people.

Mr BEECROFT, of the Railway hotel, Hastings, has sold out to a Waipawa syndicate, and it is probable that Mr S. CHARLTON, of Te Aute, will take charge of the Railway Hotel. There is also some talk of Mr JULL, who was burned out in the fire at Hastings yesterday, taking over the Te Aute Hotel.
Hb Herald, Sat. Feb. 11, 1893
Marriage -
THOMSON-HEWETSON - At Havelock, on the 8th of February, by the Rev. R. FRASER, Harry Knight, fourth son of James THOMSON, Timaru, late of Falkeith, Scotland, to Frances Louise, fourth daughter of Richard HEWETSON, Waipiro, Poverty Bay.

Mr R.P. PATERSON injured his racing bicycle in rather a peculiar manner while trying to make an hour record on the Recreation Ground on Thursday evening. While going at racing speed a handkerchief he carried on his belt fell on to the driving chain, and being at once taken round the cogs of the gearing wheel the machine was brought to a sudden stand. The intense strain bent the tubular framing of the machine very badly, but Mr PATERSON after taking the bicycle to pieces was able to effect the necessary repairs without much trouble, and the machine is now in first-class order for the attempt to make a twelve hour record that
Mr PATERSON will essay next Wednesday.
HB Herald, Mon. Feb. 13, 1893
Marriage -
FOSTER-DALLY - On the 4th February, at the Manse, by the Rev. J.G. PATERSON, William FOSTER, to Catherine Ada DALLY.

Frederick LYNASS, an old man with a bad record, was on Saturday sentenced by Mr TURNBULL, R.M., to six months' hard labor for being an incorrigible rogue and vagabond. Sergeant CULLEN put in 37 convictions, of which seven were for larceny and 18 for vagrancy. When arrested he had only been ten days out of gaol after serving a sentence of six months' hard labor.

Mr G.A. WARDEN, who is leaving the railway service to go farming in the Auckland province, was on Saturday presented by his fellow workmen with a musical box as a token of their esteem. The presentation took place in the railway workshops, and was made in a neat speech by Mr Sidney SIKES, of the locomotive department. Mr WARDEN suitably responded, and in doing so referred in feeling terms to the death that day of another railway employee, Mr John ALDERSON.

Mr W.R. HOWARD, the well-known Napier cyclist, and captain of the Wanderers' Bicycle Club, arrived in town from Wellington on Saturday evening at 6 o'clock, having ridden through on the geared ordinary machine and putting up a record that will be hard to beat.......2 days.

A rather curious case was heard at the R.M. Court on Saturday. A carpenter at Moawhanga named R.J. JONES is also district constable. The latter position, is not marked by the wearing of a uniform. The constable, hearing what he considered to be disturbance in an accommodation house, that hs since had its license taken away, went in and recmonstrated with one Frederick ELY. What actually took place is related differently by the parties, bu the clear fact is that ELY struck the constable, and was charged with the offence.........ELY did not appear, but was represented by Mr SAINSBURY, who put in a plea of guilty. As extenuating circumstances Mr SAINSBURY urged that his client could not tell whether he was striking a constable or an ordinary citizen, seeing that JONES wore no uniform. Mr TURNBULL, R.M., who heard the case, imposed a fine of 10s with costs and expenses amounting to £3 11s.

HB Herald, Tues. Feb. 14, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Dennis MURUANE was fined 1s and costs for erecting a building contrary to the provisions of the bye-laws.
Thomas CAMPBELL was fined 5s and costs for having in his possession an unregistered dog.

A friendly match will be fired on the range on Wednesday morning next at 5 o'clock between the Napier Rifles and the Woodville Rifle Club. The following will represent the Rifles in the match:-
Captain CHICKEN, Lieutenant SWAN, Sergeant VAILE, Privates CHAMBERS, A. PERRIE, J. PERRIE, HANDS, EDDY,
F. WILLIAMS, and CADWALLADER; emergency, Privates GRAY and T. WILLIAMS.

Three maintenance cases were heard at the R.M. Court yesterday by Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Alfred, Frederick, and Charles STEWART were asked to show cause why they should not help to maintain their father, George Henry STEWART. Defendants said that they did not object to pay if their father did not get the cash direct, as he did not spend it properly. This was denied. Defendants were ordered to pay 10s a week between them.
A similar application was made by an old identity named William BARRY against his three sons. Mr CONFORD appeared for defendants, and conclusively proved that complainant was to blame in the matter. He would not work, and left his sons to keep their mother and other members of the family, while he drank. The application was dismissed.
Robert G. BROWN, charged by his wife with neglecting to provide for his three children, was ordered to pay 3s 6d a week towards the support of each child.
HB Herald, Wed. Feb. 15, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Thomas MANSFIELD was charged with drunkenness. He was in a bad state, evidently suffering from alcoholic mania, and was remanded till Monday that the gaol surgeon may be able to do something for him.

Judgment was given for plaintiff at the R.M. Court yesterday in each of the following civil cases, Mr TURNBULL, R.M., presiding:-
H. WILLIAMS and Sons v. R. MOORE

A horse case, AMNER v. SMALE occupied the R.M. Court nearly all yesterday. In March, 1892, plaintiff bought an aged horse. It appears to have been a very sound and staunch animal, so far as a veterinary surgeon's examination could prove that, and in addition to have been a good worker. He paid £25 for the horse, and by training it to back, and to lie down in the stable improved the animal's value. SMALE borrowed the horse, and while working it the animal fell down dead, through the bursting of a blood vessel. Plaintiff sued to recover £33, the value of the horse, basing his claim on the allegation that defendant overworked the horse, and thus caused its death........After a patient hearing his Worship concluded that plaintiff had failed to prove the overworking, and gave judgment for defendant, with costs £1 15s, witnesses' expenses £3 10s, and solicitor's fee £2 2s.

Waipawa -
A complimentary dinner in honor of Mr Dan MORONEY, late land-lord of the Settlers Hotel, came off last night at the Empire Hotel, when host SE?MGEOUR made his best effort. The table was a handsome picture, and the menu included every luxury obtainable. About thirty gentlemen were present, Mr W. WHITE presiding, and Mr A.E. JULL occupied the vice-chair.
HB Herald, Thurs. Feb. 16, 1893
Birth -
HUNTER - On the 10th February, at Porangahau, the wife of Paul HUNTER, of a daughter.

The following will represent the Mercantile Cricket Club in the match against the County Cricket Club to be played on the Recreation Ground on Saturday......

There was little beyond routine business before the Land Board yesterday, when there were present the Chief Commissioner
(Mr HUMPHRIES), and Messrs R. HARDING, T. HYDE, and C. HALL. Mr J. MOORE wrote objecting to T. PEDDLE obtaining more land at Pohui, on the ground that he already held as much as the Act allowed, and the Board resolved to get an interpretation of the Act from a Judge of the Sumpreme Court.
The following took out occupation licenses with a right of purchase:-
Section 6, block 11, and section 4, block 15, Motu survey district, R.G. BILHAM, 1200 acres
Section 9, block 16, Pohui, Joseph KING, junr., 696 acres
Section 1, block 10, Weber, J. CARMODY and another, 1598 acres.
Leases in perpetuity were granted as follows:-
Section 4, block 10, Weber survey district, H. CHOTE, 418 acres
Section 4, block 16, Motu, E.B. SEALY, 1240 acres.
The following received sections of 200 acres each in a special settlement near Umataoroa:-
Section 1, R. SAUNDERS, Napier
Section 2, G. FLEMING, Napier
Section 3, H.J. ASHLEY, Danevirke
Section 4, G. WHITE, Napier
Section 5, C. SAUNDERS, Napier
Section 6, E. CROWLEY, Napier
Section 7, J. CROWLEY, Danevirke
Section 8, S. ATHY, Danevirke
Section 9, A. QUINLAN, Danevirke
Section 10, W. ROSE, Danevirke
Section 11, J.T. TENNET, Napier
Section 12, H. CROWLEY, Napier
Section 13, W.H. HAWKINS, Danevirke
Section 14, W.G. RUSSELL, Napier

Mr C.R. CARTER, an old colonist, after whom Carterton is named, has forwarded to the Colonial Museum a third present to the library, consisting of 90 valuable works bearing upon New Zealand subjects. When the next consignment from Mr CARTER arrives, the Colonial Museum will possess upwards of 600 volumes on New Zealand subjects donated by Mr CARTER.
HB Herald, Fri. Feb. 17, 1893
Death -
HANWELL - At the Napier Hospital, on February 15th, Addie, the beloved daughter of William and Sarah HANWELL, aged 9 years.
The funeral will leave Mr WILLIAMS's Carlyle-street, at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Friends please accept this intimation.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Messrs J.H. VAUTIER and W.R. BLYTHE, Justices,
A.M. BOWER sued APIRAMA on a judgment debt of £3 1s. Defendant was ordered to pay in a fortnight or to be imprisoned.
Harry CLARK, for drunkenness at Clive, was discharged with a caution.

Ormondville -
The Ormondville Horticultural and Agricultural Society's show, which was held yesterday, was a great success.....
Mr J. PACKER took the first prize for the best collection of vegetables and
Mrs E. PLANK the first prize for the best collection of fruit.
Mr G. HUNTER's special prize for salt butter was secured by Mr N. NIKOLAISON.
Mr CUTLER took the first prize for the best dairy cow.
Mr W. BRABSON's Lincoln ram took the prize for the champion.....
HB Herald, Sat. Feb. 18, 1893
Marriages -
TIFFEN-CAMPBELL - On 13th December last, by the Reverend R.M. RYBURN, M.A., Henry Ernest, third son of F.J. TIFFEN, of Napier, to Isabella Catherine (Kate) CAMPBELL, of Mangatai-Kapua, Gisborne.

LYSNAR-TIFFEN - On the 8th February, at All Saints' Church, Taradale, by the Reverend C.L. LUKE, William Douglas, second son of William Douglas LYSNAR, of Gisborne, to Ida Eleanor, second daughter of F.J. TIFFEN, of Napier.

On the arrival of the 0 o'clock train from Takapau last night, Mr William REID, the winner of the Amateur Mile Race, was accorded a hearty reception by the members of the Hawke's Bay Amateur Athletic Club, being carried shoulder high, amidst the applause of the spectators who had assembled to meet this popular athlete.
HB Herald, Mon. Feb. 20, 1893
Arthur FRANCIS, who won the Caledonian Handicap and the Hurdle Race at the Takapau Caledonian sports on Friday, won the similar events on the programme of the preceding year's sports.

Mr Joseph DALE, of Wanganui, a member of one of the courts of Foresters there, who died in the hospital on February 16th, was buried in the Napier cemetery yesterday. There was a very large attendance of members of the Order, and the funeral ceremony was conducted by the Rev. W.A. SINCLAIR, who referred to the active part taken by Bro. DALE in local preaching and as a Forester, and expressed the deepest sympathy with his relations for the loss they had sustained.

Waipawa -
It appears that the report as to Mr M'GREEVY having sold his butchering business is premature.
This morning at the R.M. Court before Messrs S. JOHNSON and INLGIS, justices, William CAMPBELL was charged with an
abominable offence......he was committed for trial at the criminal sittings at Napier on Tuesday next.
HB Herald, Tues. Feb. 21, 1893
Robert MANSFIELD, just out of gaol, managed to get into the kitchen of the house occupied by Mr William WOOD. It appears that at about 2 o'clock in the morning Mr WOOD heard a noise in his house, and upon getting up to ascertain the cause discovered defendant in the kitchen and had him handed over to the police. He was yesterday charged before Mr TURNBULL, R.M., with being by night illegally on premises, and was sentenced to six weeks' hard labor.

A man named Charles BROADBENT, who was arrested at Gisborne last week, was brought up at the R.M. Court yesterday charged on two informations with stealing a horse, saddle, and bridle, the property of Patrick DONEY, of Meanee, in November last, and a horse, saddle, and bridle, the property of James KEIG, of Masterton, in August last. On the aplication of the police accused was remanded till Monday next on both charges.

Five inebriates were dealt with at the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.
Robert M'NAMARA, for being drunk at Clive, was discharged with a caution.
Thomas MANSFIELD, on remand for the gaol surgeon to rub some of the alcohol mania out of him that he was suffering from when arrested, was fined £1 and costs, in default seven days' hard labor.
Harry AXWORTHY, who pleaded guilty to drunkenness, was discharged with a caution.
John WILLIAMS, who also pleaded guilty to a second charge of drunkenness with a recent period, was fined £1 and costs.
Edward MITCHEL, for a similar but first offence, was discharged with a caution.
HB Herald, Thurs. Feb. 23, 1893
Death -
CARROLL - At the Napier Hospital, on the 21st February, Michael J. CARROLL, of Maraekakaho, aged 22 years.
The funeral will leave the Napier Hospital for the cemetery at 3.30 this (Thursday) afternoon.
Hastings -
At the meeting held in the Princess Theatre last evening in aid of the Queensland sufferers a committee was appointed to collect subscriptions. Mr J.A. SMITH, for the Heretaunga Lodge of Freemasons, gave £5, and Messrs KELLY, J. WILLIAMS, and Joshua BENNETT gave £1 to start the fund.
HB Herald, Thurs. Feb. 24, 1893
In the telegram respecting the results of the Hawke's Bay teachers' examinations which we received yesterday from Wellington the following partial passes were omitted:-
Class D, Frank Coe FARAM, Walter J. KING, and William George MARTIN;
Class E, Edith Hope FARAM, Harriet LAMBERT, David Ernest LESLIE, Annie Eliza MONTGOMERY, Elizabeth REID,
Elizabeth Annie Josephine WITHEROE, and Esther WRIGHT.

Detective KIRBY yesterday arrested a young man named Frank HARRISON on three separate charges of stealing from a dwelling. It appears that five young men "bachelorise" in a house situated in the street known as Hitchings's Gully. On three occasions this house was entered. The first time £2 12s 4d was taken, the second time £1, and the third time a razor, a shaving brush, and a tooth brush. The police were informed of the thefts, and Detective KIRBY, after making inquiries, arrested HARRISON on suspicion. When taxed with the larcenies he admitted taking the money and articles specified, but said that he did so for a practical joke upon the residents of the house.
HB Herald, Sat. Feb. 25, 1893
Frank HARRISON, the youth whose arrest was reported in our last issue, was yesterday brought before Mr H. NAPHTALI, J.P., and formally charged on three informations with stealing money and goods from a dwelling. On the application of the police accused was remanded till Monday next, bail being allowed in two sureties of £25 each.

The violent north-east gale blowing yesterday raised a very heavy sea in the bay, and the bar at the port had to be signalled "dangerous.".......During the height of the storm a grey horse, said to belong to Mr H. HILL, fell over the Bluff on to the beach below, and was, of course, killed instantly.
HB Herald, Mon. Feb. 27, 1893
Messrs CRANBY and PREBBLE desire to acknowledge receipt of a consignment of clothing for the Queensland Relief Fund, from Mr A. BUCHAN, of Waipukurau.

The man APLIN, of the Western Spit, who was some time ago placed in custody for religious mania, and after a short detention in gaol discharged as sane, had to be arrested again on Saturday night on a charge of lunacy.
Resident Magistrate's Court yesterday, before Captain PREECE R.M.

Arthur SHARROCK charged with using insulting language calculated to provoke a breach of peace, and he pleaded guilty.

Sarah HANWELL pleaded not guilty to a charge of assaulting a boy named Edward FISHER. It appeared that the boy and one of the defendant's children had a quarrel, and struck each other and defendant boxed Fisher's ears. A fine of 1s and costs was imposed.
HB Herald, Tues. Feb. 28, 1893
Death -
SPENCE - On February 27th, at Trinity Church Parsonage, Kathleen Mary, infant daughter of the Rev. and Mrs G.W.J. SPENCE. Private interment.

It is stated that the fly which is such a nuisance to sheep-owners at home by breeding maggots in the wool, has made its appearance in Hawke's Bay.

The Salvation Army took up a collection on Sunday on behalf of the Queensland Relief Fund, and the sum of £2 10s was contributed. This was handed over yesterday to Captain BOWER.

Messrs T.K. NEWTON and F. SUTTON, Justices, yesterday granted prohibition orders against James JAMES and Gerald DOWLING. Robert APLIN, charged with lunacy, was by the same Justices remanded till to-morrow for medical examination.

The election of three members to fill the vacancies on the Education Board is practically over, so far as Messrs HARDING and F.W. WILLIAMS are concerned, as the voting to come in cannot affect their position. The three next candidates stand as follows:-
COHEN, 15; SIDEY, 14; SWAN, 13.

Three defendants were punished at the R.M. Court yesterday for fruit stealing. Michael DALY, an elderly man, stole apples, and was fined 5s and costs, and two lads named James and Robert ALLEN, for stealing walnuts, were each fined 3s and costs. In each case the fruit was stolen from Mr H.S. TIFFEN's orchard, near Taradale.

The man BROADBENT, recently arrested at Gisborne on two charges of horse-stealing, was committed for trial yesterday on one of the charges, and remanded to the Masterton Police Court on the other. It is alleged against prisoner that in August last he stole a horse, saddle, and bridle from one J. KEIG, of Masterton, and that in November last he stole a horse, saddle, and bridle from Patrick DONEY, of Meanee. It was on the latter charge that he was committed for trial.

The case of the boy HARRISON, whose petty thefts have been fully reported, was dealt with favorably at the R.M. Court yesterday........Mr CRESSWELL applied that HARRISON should be released under the Forst Offenders' Probation Act. He was only 16 years of age, and had never been in trouble before. The money stolen had also been refunded, the boy not having spent it. After reading the report of the Probation Officer, Mr SEVERNE, the Bench released defendant on probation for six months on condition that his father entered into a recognisance of £25 that defendant would be of good behavior for that period.

A young man named Thomas COSGROVE, of Woodville, where he has several times got into trouble, was a fortnight ago sentenced by the Justices there to 14 days' hard labor in Napier gaol.....As soon as he got free he made the acquaintance of a man convicted at the sessions of the Supreme Court just concluded, but who had been released on probation, and the pair got together on the hill overlooking the gaol yard and commenced signalling to the prisoners. After being cautioned they went away. Yesterday COSGROVE went up to the gaol to get a railway pass to Woodville, and went by a path which led past the garden where a prisoner was at work. COSGROVE, who was being watched, was seen to throw a parcel over to the prisoner, and this was found to contain two pieces of plug tobacco and a box of matches. The Justices, Messrs SUTTON and NEWTON, fined defendant £2 and costs, or in default 14 days' hard labor. He went to gaol.
HB Herald, Wed. Mar. 1, 1893
Birth -
DICKIN - On the 28th February, at Fitzgerald-road, Napier, the wife of E.J. DICKIN, of a daughter.

Death -
WHEBBY - On the 3rd February, 1893, at the residence of her sister, Mrs TWIST, Oriental Bay, Wellington, Annie WHEBBY, sister of Mrs J. HALLETT, Puketapu.

The scholars attending the Meanee school have subscribed the sum of £4 3s to the Queensland relief fund, and Mr SOUNDY, the headmaster, has handed the amount to Mr G. RYMER, who has charge of a list.

The election of three members to fill the vacancies on the Education Board is concluded. The three gentlemen elected are Messrs F.W. WILLIAMS, R. HARDING, and S.D. SIDEY. The voting was as follows:-

Danevirke -
Constable LAWLISS has arrested two girls named Eliza DOHERTY and Alice WARREN, aged 16 and 17 respectively, on a charge of stealling jewellery from a dwelling at Hastings. Most of the property described as stolen was found in their possession.
HB Herald, Thurs. Mar. 2, 1893
Two old settlers left Napier ystgerday for a trip after a residence in the North Island for over 30 years. Mrf E. CONROY left on a visit to England, and Mr E. LYNDON left for a two months' trip in Australia.

A shark measuring six feet six inches from snout to tail was hooked on the Napier beach yesterday evening by a young man named SHELLAM. The shark, after being killed, was an object of curiosity to many sightseers.

Mr R.C. LEASK has imported from America one of the most modern arrangements for administering nitrous-oxide gas safely and conveniently, for the extraction of teeth without pain. The machine is from the works of the Buffalo Dental Manufacturing Company, New York. It is ornamental as well as useful, and those who require its aid will no doubt be grateful to Mr LEASK for his enterprise.

At the R.M. Court yesterday -
John MOORE, charged with drunkenness, did not appear. He was fined the amount of his bail, £1.
John FALTAHEE, also charged with drunkenness, was discharged with a caution.
James HUPTON, alias UPTON, was sentenced to 14 days' hard labor for habitual drunkenness.
Robert APLIN was certified to be insane, and was committed to the Wellington lunatic asylum.

Some scoundrel has been trying to destroy many of the gtrees on the Marine-parade.......The mischief was done late on Tuesday night. Nothing would please us better than for this scoundrel to get six months' hard labor.
HB Herald, Fri. Mar. 3, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday -
H. LULY, who did not appear, was charged with drunkenness at Clive. He was fined 10s and costs.
John MOORE, who appeared to be suffering from delerium tremens, was also charged with drunkenness, but was remanded till Saturday for treatment.

Mr Sydney HOLDER, who was so seriously injured on Tuesday night by riding into a trap at Woodville, is lying in a serious condition. Dr. De LISLE was summoned to Woodville yesterday morning to see the sufferer, and did all he could for him.
Dr. MILNE is now in attendance upon the injured man, in consultation with Dr. GAULT, of Pahiatua. Should peritonitis not set in
Mr HOLDER will probably recover, but otherwise there is little hope.

The man Harold MAITLAND, who was given the benefit of the First Offenders' Probation Act at the recent sittings of the Supreme Court, got into trouble again yesterday.........MAITLAND was brought before Mr SUTTON, J.P., later in the day, and was remanded till Monday next.

Hastings -
At the Court to-day, before Dr. LINNEY and Mr M'LEOD, Justices, Eliza DOHERTY and Alice WARREN were charged with stealing jewellery.......As there appeared some doubt about the criminality of DOHERTY she was discharged, WARREN being sentenced to a month's hard labor.
HB Herald, Mon. Mar. 6, 1893
Deaths -
OLSEN - At the Napier Hospital, on March 5th, from fever, Susannah, the beloved daughter of A. OLSEN, aged 15 years.

PEDDIE - At her residence, Taradale, on the 5th March, 1893 Mary Scot PEDDIE, relic of W.S. PEDDIE of Leith, Scotland, and second daughter of William SCOT, of Pilrig, Edinburgh, in the 80th year of her age.
The funeral will leave the private residence of her son, Mr Thomas PEDDIE, ? street, for the Napier cemetery, at 2.30 p.m. this day.

Mr A. OLSEN, whose daughter died at the hospital early yesterday morning, desires us to state that he is very thankful to the doctor and nurses at the hospital for the kindness and attention shown to her during her stay in the institution.

John MOORE, who was the other day remanded for surgical treatment in gaol for delirium tremens, was brought up in custody before Mr TURNBULL, R.M., on Saturday. It was considered that defendant needed further treatment, and he was accordingly remanded till to morrow.

At the R.M. Court on Saturday.....Bernard CAREY was brought up in custody under peculiar circumstances. Some time ago he was ordered by the Court to contribute towards the support of his child. He did not do so, and was brought up in custody charged with disobeying an order of the Court..........Sergeant CULLEN said that arrears had been paid since the arrest, and defendant was accordingly discharged.

The Spit Fire Brigade by smart work on Saturday evening prevented a serious fire. A member of the Herald staff, going down Park-road (by the side of the hospital) about half-past 8 o'clock, noticed smoke issuing from the eaves of a four-roomed cottage owned by Mr Daniel ANDERSEN, mate of the s.s. Fairy......The house was insured for £160, and the furniture for £100, both in the London and Lancashire office.
HB Herald, Tues. Mar. 7th 1893

Mr Sidney HOLDER, who was seriously injured at Woodville the other day by riding into a trap, is reported to be slightly improved.

At the R.M. Court yesterday...Francis MILLIGAN, for being drunk at the Spit while in charge of a horse and cart, was fined £2 and costs.

Inspector EMERSON yesterday received intimation that Sergeant PICKERING, the able and zealous police officer who has for so long been in charge at Hastings, was retiring from the police force on medical advice, his resignation being supported by a medical certificate. Sergeant PICKERING, who will retire on compensation, will take with him into private life the good wishes of a very large section of the public.
HB Herald, Wed. Mar. 8, 1893
The Examiner says that Mr LOGAN, of Napier, recently caught 60 lb of trout in two hours in the Manawatu river. That is, we believe, the angling record for Hawke's Bay.

Mr George KELLY, interpreter and assistant clerk in the Napier R.M. Court, has been notified that he is transferred to Hastings, to fill the position of Clerk of the Court there rendered vacant by the resignation of Sergeant PICKERING.

Clive -
An infant child of Mr D. CROWLEY, market gardener in this district, died suddenly last night. Mrs CROWLEY was returning from Napier after a day's round with the vegetable cart, having the baby with her. On the road the child was seized with convulsions, and passed away in Mrs CROWLEY's arms.

A man named Edward JAMES received a sentence of fourteen days' hard labor at the R.M. Court yesterday for indecency.......

Francis MILLIGAN, who on Monday was fined £2, and costs 6s, for being drunk while in charge of a horse, was yesterday brought before Mr TURNBULL, R.M., charged with drunkenness. As defendant appeared to need medical treatment he was remanded for that purpose. It was stated that defendant has spent over a thousand pounds in liquor during the last twelve months.
Charles J. HOLMES and William FREEMAN (the latter a negro), pleaded guilty to drunkenness, and were discharged with a caution.
Edward JAMES for a similar offence was fined 10s and costs.
John MOORE, who had been cured in gaol of alcoholic mania, after two remands, pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness. He was fined 10s and costs, and ordered to pay the cost of his maintenance and treatment in gaol.
HB Herald, Thurs. Mar. 9, 1893
Meetings of creditors in the bankrupt estates of Edward William HUGHES, of Patoka, and Samuel ANDERSON, of Napier, will be held on Wednesday, the 15th of March, instead of the 16th, as previously advertised....
HB Herald, Fri. Mar, 10, 1893
Mr Joseph KIMBELL, who has taken over the Club Hotel, Danevirke, from Mr J. HENDERSON, has decided to make extensive alterations to the premises. Mr T.B. JACOBSEN, of Palmerston North, has designed the alterations.

At the R.M. Court yesterday,
John William BIBLE was charged with drunkenness......He was remanded till Monday to receive treatment in gaol.
HB Herald, Sat. Mar. 11, 1893
The licensing committee for the central ward of the borough met yesterday at the Courthouse. The only business was the granting of transfers from D. WOODS to P. GLEESON, with respect to the Empire Hotel, and from W. ELLINGHAM to F. WEBSTER, for the Occidental Hotel.

M. AUJARD has determined to start classes for dancing and deportment in Napier.....His classes will be held at the Foresters' Hall and at his private residence, Shakespeare road.

The following will represent the Hawke's Bay County juniors in their match against the United juniors at Farndon today:-

The new hotel to be erected for Mr John HIGGINS at Hastings will be an imposing structure. The frontage parallel with the railway line will be 120 feet long, and to Heretaunga road 50 feet. The elevation is handsome, but not overlaid with ornament, and when completed the new hotel will be a very striking feature of the town.

Danevirke -
A man named George BEATTIE was yesterday brought before Messrs CLAYTON and HAWKINS, justices, charged with assaulting Jonas NORDLOFF. The assault was absolutely unprovoked, and appeared to have been without motive. Defendant was fined £2 with costs and expenses amounting to £1 5s 6d, the alternative being 14 days' hard labor. He elected to go to gaol.
HB Herald, Mon. Mar. 13, 1893
Death -
JACKSON - At Napier Hospital, on March 11th, Emma, wife of H.W. JACKSON, and daughter of the late Edward TUCKER, aged 25.
The funeral will leave her late residence, East Clive, today (Monday) for Havelock cemetery.

Francis MILLIGAN, the man alleged to have spent a thousand pounds in liquor in a year......was on Saturday certified fit to be allowed at large again. He was fined £1 and costs, and ordered to pay the cost of his maintenance in gaol.....
HB Herald, Tues. Mar. 14, 1893
A two roomed cottage with its contents was entirely destroyed by fire at Greenmeadows early on Sunday morning. The occupants, Mr and Mrs POINTON and their four children, barely escaped with their lives......

Waipawa -
A new post office has been opened in the back country of North Makaretu, under the name of Wakarara, and Mr SYMONDS has been appointed postmaster.
A man named Edward COLLARD was found dead at 9 a.m. on Sunday. The death is regarded as mysterious, and is supposed to have taken place at midnight on Saturday......

At the R.M. Court yesterday -
John William BIBLE....remanded till Tuesday next.
Archibald M'ALISTER, an old offender, was sentenced to six weeks' hard labor for vagrancy.
Robert EVERSON, for drunkenness, was discharged with a caution.
George SMITH was fined 10s and costs for drunkenness, and was sentenced to seven days' hard labor for using obscene language.
HB Herald, Wed. Mar. 15, 1893
Yesterday was the fortieth anniversary of one of the largest floods that ever visited this district. At that time the whole of the flat from Napier to Havelock was under water.

Mr F.C. FULTON, of the Land and Loan Company of New Zealand, left for Wellington yesterday to join the Rimutaka, by which vessel he will leave New Zealand this week for a trip to the Old Country.

At the reception of the Governor on Saturday a feature will be the singing of the National Anthem by the children attending the district schools. The children are practising for the occasion under Mr D.A. STURROCK, and already sing the anthem very well.

There is at present exhibited in Mr CRERAR's shop an oil painting from the brush of Mr MOUNTIER, of the local telegraph office. The subject is the village of Wanganui about 30 years ago, from a photograph in the possession of the artist.....

The contract for a new Anglican church at Frasertown has been let to Mr A.R. GARDINER, of Wairoa......The designer is Mr Robert LAMB, architect, of Napier...

A lad named PREBBLE, son of the well-known fruiterer of that name, met with a serious accident yesterday. He was riding a horse on the Bluff Hill, and when near Mr DICKINS's house the animal fell, rolling over his rider.........He was attended by
Dr. HITCHINGS, who found that the lad's right ankle was very severely injured, and that he had received nasty cuts and contusions about the head and face. He is progressing favorably under the doctor's treatment.

The "casting committee" of the Napier Operatic Society met yesterday, and decided in the following cast of characters for the opera of "Rip Van Winkle,", which is to be produced about the middle of June next:-
Rip Van Winkle, Mr E.T. SAYERS
Derrick Van Sious, Mr POLLOCK
Peter Van Dunk, Mr APLIN
Knickerbocker, Mr John HOLT
Captain Rowley, Mr George ELLIOTT
Dick Vedder, Mr J.G. SWAN
Gretchen, Mrs SHEATH
Katrina, Miss HITCHINGS
Sara, Miss MARETT
Jacintha, Miss Isabella CROSS
Hans, Master SHEATH
Little Alice, Miss SHEATH
Tom Tit, Mr J.G. HUGHES
Little Jan, Master THOMPSON.
In Set 2 -
First Lieutenant (tenor part not yet decided)
Second Lieutenant, Mrf C. DEANE
Third Lieutenant, Mr W. SIMPSON
Giblin Steward, Mr J.G. HUGHES
In Set 3 -
Alice Van Winkle, Miss L. BATTLE
Lieutenant Hans Van Slous, Mr R.W. PERCY
Jan Vedder, Mr J.G. SWAN
Max Schneider, Mr S. RIDGWAY.

Takapau -
In spite of a tremendous downpour of rain a large number of people attended at St. Mark's Church on Monday to say "good-bye" to the Rev. J.D. KNIPE, who is leaving for England on Thursday next.....
HB Herald, Thurs. Mar. 16, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday -
John BROWN, alias John CAMPBELL, was sentenced to a month's hard labor for vagrancy at Clive, and to a month's hard labor for assaulting Constable KENNEDY, the sentences to run concurrently.
William THOMAS, for drunkenness, was fined £1 and costs.

The man SMITH, alias ALDRIDGE, who is charged with the murder of Jacob JACOBSEN, near Pahiatua, was brought up on remand at the Wellington Police Court on Monday.....Accused was remanded to appear again on Tuesday next, 21st instant.
HB Herald, Fri. Mar. 17, 1893
Death -
HUNT - At Papakura on the 16th March, after a long and painful illness, John HUNT, aged 37. Deeply regretted.
The funeral will leave his late residence on Sunday next at half-past 12. Friends will kindly accept this intimation.

A youth named Charles BRIESKIE, aged 15, went out in the bush near Norsewood on Monday last with an axe, and accompanied by a dog, and has not since turned up. Search parties have been out trying to discover him, but so far have only succeeded in finding the dog. It is feared that he has met with an accident.

The second annual meeting of the Hawke's Bay Sheep Dog Trial Club will be held at Kuripapango on Thursday, April 6th.....Cash prizes of the value of £42 will be given, and in addition a cup valued at £5 5s, the gift of Mr F.S. WATERHOUSE, will be awarded to the competitor making the largest number of points during the trial.
HB Herald, Sat. Mar. 18. 1893
Mr Maughan BARNETT, the newly-appointed organist and choirmaster of Napier Cathedral, has written to the Dean of Waiapu to the effect that if possible he will leave Hobart for Napier on the 20th inst., but that if his business arrangements are not settled by that time he will certainly come by the steamer leaving on the 3rd April, arriving in Napier about ten days later.....

An entertainment was given in St. John's schoolroom last night by the Chaucer-road Bank of Hope.....Solos were sung by Miss Lizzie ANDERSON and Master Herbert HERON. The choruses were given by the members of the band, under the conductorship of Mr A. HERON....

Danevirke -
This morning a man named Frank REED was brought up at the Court before his Worship the Mayor, charged with drunkenness. He was discharged on condition that he left the town at once.
Yesterday morning, Edgar John DAVIS was charged with illegally pawning a gold watch valued at £10, the property of Mary BRIGHOUSE. Accused elected to be dealt with summarily, and was sentenced to two months' hard labor.
Harry SIMPSON, for drunkenness, was dischaged with a caution.
HB Herald, Mon. Mar. 20, 1893
Death -
SWANSON - At Napier, on March 19th, William SWANSON, aged 59.
The funeral will leave Mrs MACDONALD's, Carlyle-street, at 2 o'clock to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon.

Another victim to the drink habit passed away yesterday, in the person of William SWANSON. He was a man of some parts, and in his early life was trained for and practised the profession of architect. He was sent from Scotland to the colony in the hope that a change of place would result in personal change, but the result hoped for did not come. He was a very kind-hearted man, and in the words of a well-known saying, "nobody's enemy but his own."
HB Herald, Tues. Mar. 21, 1893

Death -
DENNAN - At Wellington Hospital, on the 18th March, 1898, Mary Ann Josephine, widow of the late J.J. DENNAN, of Napier, and mother of Mrs J.H. POTTER of Wellington, in her 48th year. R.I.P.

A cricket match will be played tomorrow afternoon between the employees of Messrs WILSON and Co., and Mr John M'VAY. The following will represent the latter firm:-
emergencies, FERRILL, BLOOM, and CULLEN.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
James DRANSFIELD, for using insulting language, was ordered to pay 16s costs and was then discharged. For refusing to quit an hotel at Farndon when requested to do so he was fined £1, with costs 16s.
James ROWE, who did not appear, but who wrote expressing his willingness to abide by the decision of the Court, was ordered to pay 3s 6d a week for the support of each of two children.
Charles ROBINSON, for having an unregistered dog, was fined 5s and costs.
William GIBBS, for drunkenness, was discharged with a caution.

Edward POINTON, a bankrupt, was yesterday publicly examined by Mr TURNBULL, R.M., under the provisions of the new Bankruptcy Act.......
HB Herald, Wed. Mar. 22, 1893
The following amounts have been paid over in connection with the recent meeting of the Trotting Club:-
Mr Douglas M'LEAN, £49 8s.
Mr R.T. DAY, £38
Mr K. PANAPA, £19
Mr C. DWYNES, £14 5s.
Mr H. LONSDALE, £14 5s.
Mr AT. STEWART, £4 15s.
Mr W. CLIFTON, £14 15s.
Miss ADEANE, £2 17s.

John William BIBLE, a man who had to be kept nearly a fortnight in gaol to be treated for the effects of indulgence in liquor, was yesterday brought before Mr TURNBULL, R.M., charged with drunkenness. As he had been in gaol so long he was given permission to depart upon paying 18s costs. Thus for about 9s a week John William BIBLE was given suitable food, good lodging, and careful medical treatment. If he had kept sober and had required to go to the hospital he would have been charged £1 a week. We do not quite know what the moral is.

Waipawa -
Mr Richard BLAKE, of Hastings, is appointed an assessor of the Native Land Court.
HB Herald, Thurs. Mar. 23, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr F. SUTTON, J.P.,
John BULLOCK was fined 10s and costs for being drunk while in charge of a horse and cart. The "In charge" was a pretty legal fiction, defendant having been arrested lying drunk in the bottom of his cart. It was a great wonder that a serious accident did not occur, as the horse was travelling as it pleased.
HB Herald, Fri. Mar. 24, 1893
Death -
HARTLEY - At Waipukurau, on March 22nd, Johbn HARTLEY, aged 72 years. Deeply regretted.
The funeral will leave Villa Farm, Waipawa, for the Kaikora cemetery, at 2 p.m. today (Friday).

Mr and Mrs TANNER, accompanied by their youngest daughter, left by the Northern boat yesterday for a trip to England.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr F. SUTTON, J.P.,
Annie M'KAY was charged with keeping a brothel, and Elizabeth BURTON and Gertrude JOHNSON were charged with being inmates of the house. A previous conviction was put in against JOHNSON, several against BURTON, and more against M'KAY. The latter was sentenced to two months' hard labor, BURTON to six weeks' hard labor, and JOHNSON to one month's hard labor.

Dr. HOVELL, whose death is announced in our telegraphic columns, was father of the Dean of Waiapu. Several years ago he paid an extendced visit to this town, and then, although considerably past the Biblical "three-score years and ten," was hale and active, and looked fully a decade less than his age. He subsequently entered the service of the Union Steamship Company, as ship's doctor, and,..... was so engaged when he succumbed to diabetes at the age of 78 years.
HB Herald, Sat. Mar. 25, 1893
Mr H. LASCELLES announces the sale of Mr D.A. STURROCK's household effects. This is not because the genial second master of the district school is leaving the district, but because Mrs STURROCK has to visit Scotland on family business.
HB Herald, Mon. Mar. 27, 1893
On Friday afternoon Ellen GEORGE, four years of age, daughter of Mr J. GEORGE, while playing near the railway station with other children, was run over by a handcart drawn by a lad named MAGILL, who was taking manure from his father's residence in Miller-street. Her right thigh was broken as a result of the accident. Mrs GEORGE took the child to the hospital, and the child's leg was set by Dr. MENZIES. Mr GEORGE subsequently brought the child home again, and Dr. JARVIS is now attending the patient, who is progressing favorably.

At the R.M. Court on Saturday, before Mr H.P. COBEN, J.P.,
Edward Lear BURNETT was charged with drunkenness......On the application of the police BURNETT was remanded till Saturday next, so that he might be treated by the gaol surgeon.

An accident occurred on Saturday at the Waipukurau freezing works, resulting in serious injuries to an employee named Walter COOPER.......He was carefully conveyed to his home by Mr NAIRN, the chief engineer, assisted by Mr SIMPSON of the freezing room, and Dr. REED was sent for. Upon his arrival it was found that COOPER had sustained a fracture of the collar-bone, a dislocation of the left shoulder, and other injuries. He is progressing favorably.
HB Herald, Tues. Mar. 28, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Thomas MANLEY was charged with neglecting to contribute towards the support of his wife and three children. He pleaded guilty, but sought to excuse himself on the ground that he had been out of work. He was now employed, and was quite willing to assist in keeping his family. He was ordered to pay 12s 6d a week, the payments to be made fortnightly to the Clerk of the Court.
HB Herald, Wed. Mar. 29, 1893
Birth -
COMPTON - At Napier, on March 28th, the wife of G.A. COMPTON, of a daughter. Both doing well.

Death -
M'FARLANE - At the Napier Hospital, on the 27th March, 1893, Elizabeth, wife of John M'FARLANE, of Maraekakaho, aged 55 years.
The funeral will leave the hospital at 3 o'clock to-day (Wednesday). Friends will please accept this intimation.

We are requested to state that Mr Maughan BARNETT, the newly-appointed organist of the Cathedral, will arive in Napier about the middle of April, and that he will be prepared to take pupils for the organ, pianoforte, and singing, immediately after arrival.

Four tenders, including one from a Hawke's Bay firm, were received for the erection of an hotel at Hastings for Mr John HIGGINS, to replace that destroyed by the recent fire.
HB Herald, Thurs. Mar. 30, 1893
Death -
LUCAS - At the residence of his son-in-law, Mr J. RUNDIE, George LUCAS, aged 61 years. Deeply regretted.
The funeral will leave the residence of Mr J. RUNDLE for the Taradale cemetery on Sunday next, April 2nd, at 1.30 p.m.

Between midnight and 1 o'clock this morning two men were heard moving about on the premises of Mr FAULKNOR, Marine Parade. The services of a police constable were procured, but the men becoming alarmed one of them got clear away. The other one was escorted to the lock-up, and will have to "explain" to the R.M. this morning.

Mr Duncan MILNE, who is leaving the Criterion Hotel after a service there extending over nearly ten years, was yesterday presented by the other male employees at the hotel with a neat gold medal as a mark of their esteem. The medal, which came from the workshop of Mr G.I. CLARKE, bears the following inscription:- "Presented to Duncan MILNE by the male employees at the Criterion Hotel, March 29th, 1893."
HB Herald, Fri. Mar. 31, 1893
Thomas HANLON, one of the two men who were found on Mr G. FAULKNOR's premises in the early hours of yesterday morning, was at 10.30 o'clock brought before Mr TURNBULL, R.M., and charged with the offence. Mr FAULKNOR, in describing what took place, said that he handled HANLON rather roughly when he found defendant in a room at the back of the house. Defendant said he did not recollect how he got into the house, as he was stupid from drink, but he supposed that he must have thought he was going into an hotel. His Worship decided to dismiss HANLON with a caution. It did not transpire who the other man was.
HB Herald, Mon. Apr. 3 1893
Births -
WARD - At Napier, on April 1st, the wife of W. WARD, Shamrock Hotel, of a daughter.

FOX - At Barrack Hill, Napier, on April 1st, the wife of W. FOX, of a son.

The man BIBLE, who recently had to be treated in gaol for physical and mental degeneracy, due to drink, has since his discharge from prison taken to his courses again. On Saturday night he had to be arrested, being in a shocking state, and he will be brought before the Court this morning.

At the R.M. Court on Saturday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
William KAY pleaded gujilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was dismissed with a caution.
Charles BOWEN, similarly charged, was similarly dealt with.
Edward Lear BURNETT, who had been treated in gaol for mania induced by drink, was certified fit to be set at liberty. He was ordered to pay 10s 6d for the cost of his treatment and maintenance in gaol, and to pay 2s costs of Court, or to go back to gaol for 48 hours. The money was paid.

On Saturday last we inspected a splendid piece of local manufacture at the workshop of Mr George FAULKNOR, White-road. It consisted of an eight-passenger thoroughbrace coach built to the order of Mr George RYMER, and intended for passenger and mail traffic on the Patea-Moawhango-road........
HB Herald, Tues. April 4 1893
A series of model yacht races were sailed in the inner harbor yesterday, and created great interest and excitement among the onlookers. The boats owned by Messrs MACINTOSH, TAYLOR, and AUGROVE were generally the most successful.

The new gymnasium club in connection with the Working Men's Club will be opened tonight. Mr R. CARGILL, the instructor, will be present, and will be glad to see intending pupils.....

John William BIBLE, whose successful search after an attack of alcoholic trouble has been referred to, was brought up at the R.M. Court yesterday and formally charged. He was in a bad state, being almost as much broken up as when he was before the Court a month ago, and was accordingly remanded for a week to be again doctored in gaol.
HB Herald, Wed. Apr. 5 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Michael MULCAHY was charged with drunkenness. He pleaded guilty, and was discharged with a caution. For using indecent language in a public place he was sentenced to 48 hours' hard labor.
HB Herald, Thurs. April 6 1893
Mr H.C. WILSON, the well-known dentist, has taken into partnership Mr DAVIES, and the new firm will in future do business under the style of WILSON and DAVIES.

Detective KIRBY arrested yesterday a married woman named Sarah BURTON, residing at the Western Spit, on the charge of stealing in the early part of last month, from the shop of Mr F. SMALE, Emerson-street, a silk umbrella valued at £1.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr H. NAPHATLI, J.P.,
Edward MALLEY pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was dismissed with a caution.

An inquest was held at Waima, near Taradale, yesterday, on the body of the daughter of Mr F. STOWE, trainer, of Omahu, who was accidentally drowned in the Waima creek on Tuesday last. Mr W. KITTOW was chosen foreman of the jury. The evidence showed that the little girl, who was only fourteen months old, had wandered away from the house a few moments before the sad fatality occurred, and had fallen into the Waima creek at a spot where the water is about 2 feet 6 inches in depth......
HB Herald, Fri. Apr. 7 1893
Marriage -
M'DOUGALL-WEAVER - At St. Augustine's Church, Napier, on April 2nd, 1893, by the Rev. Canon FOX, John William Frank, eldest son of John W. M'DOUGALL, to Miriam, eldest daughter of John Hilton WEAVER, both of Napier.

Death -
SPRINGGAY - At Napier, on the 6th April, Edward Albert, youngest and dearly beloved son of John and Annie SPRINGGAY.
Friends pleace accept this intimation. Wellington papers please copy.
HB Herald, Mon. Apr. 10, 1893
Mr C.D. KENNEDY is about to make a trip to the Home Country shortly. He will probably leave Napier before the end of the month.

Mr W.F. KNIGHT met with an accident at Danevirke on Saturday. The horse he was riding bolted, and after a brisk gallop fell, bringing down Mr KNIGHT. We are glad to state that he was not seriously injured.

We understand Inspector EMERSON will forward to the Justice Department the depositions taken at Hastings recently, in the case in which a man named Alexander GILLIES was charged with the larceny of a saddle and acquitted.

At the R.M. Court on Saturday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
John BOYLE, an old man who had been several times recently fined for drunkenness, was charged with being an habitual drunkard. Defendant pleaded that he was only drinking his pension. He was sentenced to a month's hard labor.
HB Herald, Tues. April 11 1893
Death -
RAINBOW - At the residence of his son-in-law, Mr T.W. TURNELL, Thackeray-street, Napier, on April 10th, William RAINBOW, aged 76(?) years. Wanganui papers please copy.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Messrs BLYTHE and CARNELL, J.P.'s,
Henry MILNER - drunk while disorderly, convicted and discharged.
John FALLAHEE - drunkenness, fined 10s and costs.
Thomas ROPER - travelling on the Rotomahana from Wellington to Napier without paying his fare - ordered to pay the cost of a steerage passage, 15s, together with costs of Court, 2s, or to be imprisoned for four days with hard labor. He went to gaol.
Thomas PEDDLE - keeping five unregistered dogs - fined £1 for the first dog, and 2s for each of the other dogs, and ordered to pay £1 19s costs.
HB Herald, Wed. Apr. 12 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Edwind LLOYD - charged with drunkenness - discharged with a caution.
HB Herald, Thurs. April 13 1893
Mr Ben NICHOL, Mr S.H. GOLLAN's trainer, will leave Hastings to-day for Wellington with three of Mr GOLLAN's high-priced youngsters.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Messrs W.R. BLYTHE and S. CARNELL, Justices, two young men John WALKER and John SUTTON were brought up on remand charged with the larceny of a letter.........Mr BLYTHE addressed them on the serious nature of the offence of which they had been convicted, and hoped it would be a warning to them for the remainder of their lives. Accused were then discharged, and ordered to come up for sentence when called upon.

The concert and entertainment held in St. Andrew's Hall last evening in aid of the prize fund of St. Andrew's Sunday-school proved most enjoyable.
A pianoforte duet, nicelh played by Mrs and Miss MOUNTFORD, opened the concert.
Songs were sung by the Misses MOUNTFORT, F. BEDFORFD, KENDALL (2), and Blance BEACH, and Master Thomas HERON and Mr G. EDWARDS.
Miss M. GRIFFITHS - recitation
Mr D. BREWER - recitation.
Mr A.E. RENOUF - recitation and reading.
A tiny tot, Master Hoby SPILLER, also gave a good recitation.
HB Herald, Fri. Apr. 14 1893
A runaway horse yesterday was stopped in a plucky manner by Mr J. SPENCE.....he succeeded in getting the reins and in bringing the animal to a standstill before any damage was done. The runaway was the property of Mr J. ALEXANDER
HB Herald, Sat. Apr. 15 1893
Constable MITCHELL, of Auckland, has arrived here to take the position at Hastings rendered vacant by the recent resignation of Sergeant PICKERING.
HB Herald, Mon. Apr. 17, 1893
Mr Maughan BARNETT, the new organist of Napier Cathedral, was to leave Hobart by the R.M.S. Kaikoura, which is expected in Wellington to-morrow. Mr BARNETT will probably arrive in Napier about Thursday next.
HB Herald, Tues. Apr. 18, 1893
Marriage -
MENZIES-GRUCHY - At St. John's Cathedral, Napier, on April 12, 1893, by the Very Revd. de Berdt HOVELL, Dean of Waiapu,
Dr. Percy W. MENZIES, youngest son of Dr. MENZIES, Surgeon-Superintendent of Napier Hospital, to Mary A. De JERSEY ("Sissie"), fourth daughter of P.L.M. GRUCHY, both of Napier. No cards. - Australian papers please copy.

Death -
SCULLY - At her residence, Christchurch, on February 28th, Catherine, the wife of Major Thomas SCULLY, aged 62.

We hear that Mr John YOUNGHUSBAND has resigned his position as Councillor for the North Ward. Mr John HINDMARSH, junr., is already spoken of as a candidate for the seat.

It will be noticed by our obituary column that a very old resident of Napier has passed away in the person of Mrs SCULLY, wife of ex-Inspector SCULLY, who was for so many years in charge of the police in this district.

A prohibition order against John POLLINGTON was yesterday granted by Messrs LYNDON and NEAL, Justices, to have effect for one year in the borough of Napier. The order was granted on the application of defendant's wife.

Two Napier children made their way to Taradale last evening. One, aged eight years, gave his name as Alfred GIBBONS, and said his parents lived on the Shakespeare-road. The other, who went out hanging to the tailboard of an express, appeared to be about four years of age, and could not give his name or any particulars about himself. Constable LEITCH provided them with quarters for the night, and they will be sent to town this morning by coach. No children were reported to the Napier police as missing.

At the R.M. Court yesterday -
John UNDERWOOD - pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness - dismissed with a caution.
George WILLIAMS was charged with being drunk and disorderly - fined 10s and costs.
Same defendant also charged with resisting the police. - fined £1 and costs, in default 48 hours' hard labor. The money was paid.
C.F. BARRINGTON and C. ZODER - fined 2s and costs each for possessing unregistered dogs.
HB Herald, Wed. Apr. 19, 1893
Death -
JOHNSTON - At the Napier hospital, on April 17, 1893, after a short illness, James JOHNSTON, railway shunter, late of Wellington, aged 22 years.
The funeral will leave the Napier hospital at 9.30 a.m. to-day (Wednesday) for the Napier railway station. Friends are respectfully invited to attend.

At the R.M. Court yesterday -
Patrick O'BRIEN - for drunkenness, was convicted and dismissed with a caution.

Mr D'AUTHERAU, of Hastings-street, has shown us a sample of a new form of local industry he has started - the manufacture of Masonic aprons. They are better and cheaper than the imported article.

Mr A. WALKER, fruiterer, while unpacking a case of bananas in his shop last night, discovered a live snake about 15 inches long.......
HB Herald, Thurs. Apr. 20, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday -
Louisa BOYD sued her husband, J.W. BOYD, for maintenance......His Worship gave them some good advice and dismissed the case.

A pleasing ceremony took place at the Colonial Bank yesterday, when the manager, Mr BURNS, on behalf of the staff, presented to Mr CATO, the popular accountant of the bank, a handsome and suitable gift in view of his approaching marriage......
HB Herald, Fri. Apr. 21, 1893
Birth -
PROFFITT - At Napier, on April 20th, 1893, the wife of W. PROFFITT, of a son.

The Exchange Hotel has changed hands. The new purchaser is Mr D.J. MACKAY, late of Hunterville.

Mr J. Maughan BARNETT, the new Cathedral organist, arrived in Napier by the express last night.

A gymnasium for ladies only has been opened in Wellington, under a certificated lady teacher. An institution of that kind ought to do a deal of good.

The funeral of the late Francis MILLIGAN, who was burned to death at Papakura, took place yesterday in the Taradale cemetery. It was largely attended, 22 horsemen and 20 vehicles containing mourners following the hearse.
HB Herald, Sat. Apr. 22, 1893
Birth -
HUMPHRIES - On Friday, the 21st April, at Elizabeth-road, the wife of Herbert HUMPHRIES, of a daughter.

Marriages -
ASHTON-BAILEY - At Wellington, on the 19th April, by the Rev. J. PATERSON, William M. ASHTON, of Napier, to Bessie BAILEY, of Wellington.

ANDERSON-DOUGLAS - In the Manse, Taradale, on the 21st April, by the Rev. S. DOUGLAS, M.A., brother of the bridge, William ANDERSON, Jervoiston, to Susanna Murdoch, only daughter of the late Samuel DOUGLAS, Dalbeattie, Scotland.

Mr Neil HEATH, formerly head master of the Napier High School, has left Napier on a trip to San Francisco.

At the R.M. Court yesterday -
Desire VERSCHAFELT, for drunkenness, was fined 5s and costs. He had the money, but decided to accept the alternative, which was 24 hours' hard labor.

We yesterday stated that the Exchange Hotel had been sold to Mr MACKAY, of Hunterville. As a matter of fact the negotiations for the sale were broken off at the last moment.....Mr MACKAY has since arranged to take the Royal Hotel, succeeding Mr THATCHER.
HB Herald, Tues. Apr. 25, 1893
Death -
MASON - At Te Ranga, on April 23rd, Aylmer, infant son of Henry and Nina MASON.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
William FAIRBROTHER - fined 10s and costs for being drunk while in charge of a horse.
Gerald DOWLING, for being drunk while in charge of himself, was fined £1 and costs.
Andrew HANSEN, similarly charged, was convicted and discharged.
John M'GRATH, also similarly charged, was convicted and discharged.

The creditors in the bankrupt estate of Catherine BARNETT, widow, of Napier, met in the Courthouse yesterday. Total debts
£66 10s 9d; assets, £25 cash in hand; deficiency, £41 10s 9d......
HB Herald, Thurs. Apr. 27, 1893
Birth -
OWEN - At Napier, on the 17th of April, the wife of H. OWEN, of a son.

Marriage -
WHITE-BAKER - At All Saints' Church, Taradale, by the Rev. C.L. TUKE, on the 26th of April, George WHITE, eldest son of
Mr L. WHITE, Burlington-road, to Elizabeth Loosmore BAKER, third daughter of the late John BAKER, of Campford, Peverell, Devonshire, England.

Detective KIRBY yesterday arrested a man named John CLEMENTS, charged with stealing a pair of boots from a shop in Emerson-street. Accused will be brought up at the R.M. Court this morning.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
John William BIBLE, a man who has given the Court and gaoler some trouble during the past few months, was sentenced to 14 days' hard labor for too frequent drunkenness. Defendant was also sentenced to three months' hard labor for vagrancy.
John GLEESON, for drunkenness, was discharged with a caution.
Andrew HANSEN, for drunkenness (a second offence within a recent period) was fined £1 and costs.

Mr Claude W. CATO, of the Napier branch of the Colonial Bank, was married at Wellington on Monday, and Mr George WHITE, of Mr Kinross WHITE's office, was married yesterday at All Saints', Taradale. Mr CATO was married to Miss Christina Frances THORBURN, eldest daughter of Mr John THORBURN. The union was solemnised at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church by the Rev. C.S. OGG......
HB Herald, Fri. Apr. 28, 1893
Thomas CAFFNEY, alias FLEMING, alias CLEMENTS, alias SMITH, alias M'DONELL, was charged at the R.M. Court yesterday with the larceny of a pair of boots. On the application of the police accused was remanded till Monday.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Messrs F. SUTTON and J.H. VAUTIER, Justices,
George GAINSFORD was charged with drunkenness. It appeared that complaints were made that defendant, in a state of drunkenness, was chasing some school children, having a knife in his hand at the time. The Bench ordered defendant to be convicted and to be discharged.
Thomas DUCKETT and John CONOLLY, charged with drunkenness, were each fined 10s and costs.
A man who gave the name of Charles WATERWORTH was charged with drunkenness and using indecent language. There appeared no doubt that he was drunk, as alleged, and that he used vile language. He was convicted and discharged on the information for drunkenness, and sentenced to seven days' hard labor for the other offence.
HB Herald, Sat. Apr. 29, 1893
Death -
NEWMAN - At the Napier Hospital, on April 19(?), after a long and painful illness, William, the beloved son of W. and N. NEWMAN, aged 15 years and 8 months.
HB Herald, Mon. May 1, 1893
Death -
MAHER - At Hastings, on April 30th, Mina the wife of John MAHER, aged 36 years.
The funeral will leave her late residence at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Tuesday). S.T. TONG, Undertaker.

At the R.M. Court on Saturday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Henry MARSHALL, from the country, pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was dismissed with a caution.

The man Charles CRAWFORD, whose arrest on a charge of larceny from the 'Bus Company's offices was reported in our issue of Saturday, was later in the day brought before Mr TURNBULL, R.M., and charged with the offence. On the application of Inspector EMERSON, accused, who was represented by Mr CRESSWELL, was remanded till Wednesday.

William Rex ROSE, alias Charles William DAWSON, was arrested yesterday morning on a charge of forgery. It is alleged against him that he forged a cheque upon the National Bank for £5 in the name of John Davis ORMOND. He subsequently went into Mr NEILSON's shop and bought a cheap watch, offering the cheque in payment and receiving change. The cheque when presented was found to be a forgery. He will be brought before the R.M. this morning.

Mr Maughan BARNETT presided at the Cathedral organ yesterday for the first time, and played at both services. The new organist is evidently an excellent musician, and he produces really beautiful harmonies as accompaniments to the services.......

Waipawa -
At the last meeting of the Abercorn Lodge R.M. Bro. G. CLARKE, P.M., presented a very handsome P.M.'s jewel to Bro. A. ROOD, P.M., as the gift of several members of the Lodge ho desired to show their appreciation of the zealous and careful working of their late master.......
HB Herald, Tues. May 2, 1893

Marriage -
DU CROZ-CARTER - On April 13th, at the Australian Church, Melbourne, Percy Francis DuCROZ, of "Raukawa," Te Aute, H.B., New Zealand, to Marie CARTER, formerly of Bournemouth, Hants, England.

Constable HARVEY arrested a man named Alexander TAYLOR at the Western Spit last night for drunkenness. TAYLOR came from Palmerston three or four days ago, and has been drinking heavily every since. He was lodged in the Spit lock-up for the night, and will have to explain matters at the R.M. Court this morning.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Alexander GILLIES, charged with failing to comply with an order of the Court that he should contribute towards the support of his son, did not appear. On the application of Mr DINWIDDIE a warrant was ordered to be issued.
Thomas GAFFNEY, the man with the string of aliases who was arrested last week for stealing a pair of boots, was brought up on remand and dealt with. The offence was fully proved, and prisoner was sentenced to one month's hard labor. There were ten previous convictions against him, nine for larceny and one for obtaining goods by false pretences.
Robert M'LEAN was charged by his wife Mary with failing to provide for her and seven children. It appeared that the parties had been married 22 years, and that they had 14 children in all. Defendant, who was represented by Sir William WASTENEYS, said that he had given his wife a fair proportion of his earnings. He expressed his willingness to support. His Worship adjourned the case for a month, to give defendant an opportunity to keep his promise.
HB Herald, Wed. May 3, 1893
We are given to understnd that Mr R. BLACK and Mr J. HINDMARSH, jun., are likely to be nominated today to fill the vacancy on the Municipal Council for the central ward, and Mr R.G. GRAHAM and Mr H.C. ROBJOHNS for the north ward.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Alfred TAYLOR, who was in a shocking condition from drink, was charged with drunkenness, and was remanded for medical treatment in gaol....
Henry CLARKE, charged with the larceny of an overcoat pleaded not guilty......Accused was remanded till Monday, so that his statements might be inquired into.
HB Herald, Thurs. May 4, 1893
Birth -
De LISLE - On May 3rd, at Saville Row, Tennyson-street, the wife of Dr. de LISLE, of a daughter.

Death -
RICHARDSON - At Roslyn-road, Napier, on May 3rd, William Alfred Lee, eldest and only son of William and Sarah RICHARDSON; aged 6(?) months and 2 weeks.

Mr BLACK was the only candidate nominated yesterday for the vacancy in the central ward of the borough. For the north ward
Mr R.G. GRAHAM and Mr H.C. ROBJOHNS, jun., were nominated.

Ormondville -
A serious accident occurred yesterday. A lad named Alfred BAI was riding towards the township, when his horse bolted, throwing him off. He was badly cut about the face and his limbs were badly bruised... he is going on well.
HB Herald, Fri. May 5, 1893
Death -
FERGUSON - At Gladstone-road, Napier, on the 5th of May, John Harris FERGUSON, aged 60 (?) years.
The funeral will leave his late residence for the Napier cemetery at 2 o'clock to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon.

We have good authority for stating that Mr Gilbert CARSON will not be a candidate for Wanganui at the bye election, but will wait till the general election.

Residents of Dalton-street complain to us that several goats are allowed to run at large in that neighbourhood, and that the animals are a nuisance. This is a matter for the inspector of nuisances.

Mr W. PYKE, of the Napier branch of the Union Bank, who has been transferred to Auckland, will be missed in athletic circles......He will take with him the good wishes of a host of friends.
HB Herald, Sat. May 6, 1893
Birth -
WEBER - At Brewster-street, Napier, on 5th May, the wife of Gustav WEBER, of a son.

Marriage -
FORDE-BIRCH - On the 27th April, at Bath, England, Charles FORDE, of Hawke's Bay, to L. Madeline Lawrence, second daughter of Lawrence BIRCH, of Fisherian, Delamere House, Bath.

The secretary of the Napier hospital acknowledges with thanks a parcel of old linen from Mrs Henry ELLISON.

Napier loses two prominent athletes today in Messr. G. ANDERSON and W. PYKE. The former is a well-known long distance runner and gymnast, while the latter has a good record as a sprint runner and all round athlete.

A bridle, valued at 8s, was stolen on Thursday from the premises of Mr John HIGGINS, and after some inquiry the police arrested a man named Archibald MACALISTER on suspicion of being the thief. He was brought up at the R.M. Court yesterday and formally charged with the offence. He pleaded not guilty, and was remanded till Monday.

At the R.M. Court yesterday, before Messrs J.H. VAUTIER and S. CARNELL, J.P.,
Alfred TAYLOR - charged with drunkenness - discharged with a caution.
Harry CLARKE, - charged with stealing an overcoat, was discharged.

At the Criterion Hotel last evening the friends of Mr W. PYKE assembled to give him a thorough Napier "send-off", it being the eve of his departure for Auckland
HB Herald, Mon. May 8, 1893
Birth -
MORRISON - At Orous Bridge, Manawatu, on the 20th April, the wife of H.S. MORRISON, of a son.

Marriage -
CATO-THORBURN - At St. Andrew's Church, Wellington, on the 25th of April, by the Rev. C.S. OGG, M.A., Claudine Walter, eldest son of Walter CATO, Napier, to Christina Frances, eldest daughter of John THORBURN, WELLINGTON. No cards.

Mr Norman L. GURR arrived from Wellington on Saturday, to take charge of the local branch of the Mutual Life Association of Australasia. Mr GURR is a great athelete, and was the winner of several events at the late championship meeting in Wellington. The local club will be greatly strengthened by his joining.

At the R.M. Court on Saturday before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Michael BUTTER pleaded guilty to drunkenness. He was discharged with a caution.
Patrick LYNCH, similarly charged, also admitted the accusation, and was discharged with a caution.
Alexander GILLIES, for disobeying an order of the Court that he should contribute towards the support of his son, was sentenced to a month's hard labor. He was also ordered to find sureties, himself in £25 and two sureties in £10 each, to obey the order in future, in default two months' hard labor.
HB Herald, Tues. May 9, 1893
Birth -
WENLEY - At Drumshough, Napier, on the 6th May, the wife of Gen. S.V. WENLEY, of a daughter.

Five inebriates were yesterday called before Messrs F. SUTTON and J.H. VAUTIER,
William ATKINSON, who was arrested for being drunk at the railway station, and subsequently bailed out, did not take the trouble to appear. To remind him that he had probably been saved from a violent death he was let off with a fine of 10s and costs.
Robert George BEGLEY, who admitted having been drunk, was discharged with a caution.
John ROSS, who was found by two horsemen lying in a state of helpless drunkenness on the Taradale road, having apparently fallen from a horse and not been sober enough to wake up, did not appear. He was fined £1, without costs, the amount of his bail.
John BOYLE, recently out of gaol after serving a month for habitual drunkenness, was fined 10s and costs.
Michael BUTLER, who appeared before the Court last week, pleaded guilty to drunkenness, and was fined 10s and costs.

George Rex ROSE, alias Charles William DAWSON, was yesterday committed for trial on two charges of forging the name of John Davies ORMOND to cheques.....both cheques were for £5......he was committed for trial on both charges.

At the R.M. Court yesterday,
Archibald MACALISTER, charged with stealing a bridle valued at 8s, the property of John HIGGINS pleaded guilty.....accused was remanded till tomorrow.
Thomas JOHNSTONE charged with forging the name of John NORTHEY to a cheque...pleaded not guilty.....Accused was committed for trial.
HB Herald, Wed. May 10, 1893
Birth -
SANDTMANN - At Bluff Hill, Napier, on May 9th, the wife of Julius SANDTMANN, of a daughter.

Death -
FORSTER - At Waverley, Sydney, N.S.W., on May 7th, John FORSTER, aged 53 years (late of American Coach Factory, Napier). Deeply regretted.
HB Herald, Thurs. May 11, 1893
Birth -
LAURVIG - At Norsewood, on the 8th May, the wife of Diderick LAURVIG, of a daughter.

In the two candidates to fill the vacancy in the Municipal Council, Messrs H.C. ROBJOHNS, junr., and R.G. GRAHAM, the ratepayers have to choose between old servants on the Council. Both gentlemen are therefore well known to the ratepayers, and need no references on our part.

At the R.M. Court yesterday -
Hugh M'FADYEN - fined 10s and costs for drunkenness.
John CUDDY, similarly charged, was cautioned and discharged.
Alfred TAYLOR, similarly charged, was fined 10s and costs.
John KELTON, similarly charged, was cautioned and discharged.

The many friends in Hawke's Bay of Mr A.J. MORTON, B.A., formerly of the Boys' High School, and more recently in charge of the Woodville public school, will be glad to see by our telegraphic news that he has been appointed Inspector of Schools and Secretary to the Board of Education for the Westland district. Mr MORTON will take with him to his new sphere general good wishes.
HB Herald, Fri. May 12th, 1893
The election for a councillor to fill the vacancy in the representation of the north ward resulted in the return of Mr H.C. ROBJOHNS, junr., by 190 votes, Mr R.G. GRAHAM securing 114 votes......

Mrs SHEATH, whose merits as a teacher of music and singing are widely appreciated throughout the district, publishes in another column her terms. Mrs SHEATH gives lessons either at her residence in Bower street, or at Messrs MILNER and THOMPSON's, as may suit pupils.

Last evening Constable RYAN arrested a woman named Mary CRONIN on several charges of shop-lifting.
Constable CREEKS arrested a man who gave the name of WALSH on a charge of stealing silver from the bar till at the Clarendon Hotel.
A man, name unknown, was arrested by Constable MONTGOMERY on a charge of indecency.

The following will represent Havelock in the football match to be played against Napier at Farndon to-morrow:-
Fullback - V. JOLL
Three-quarters, S. GRAHAM, J. CULLEN, and G. JOLL
Halves, G. EBBEDTT and JAMES

Archibald MACALISTER, a man who through drinking habits has become degraded into a loafer and a nuisance, was yesterday charged at the R.M. Court with the larceny of a bridle, valued at 8s. The evidence given proved the charge. Fifteen previous convictions for various offences, all more or less connected with his drinking habits, were put in by the police.....defendant was sentenced to three months' hard labor.

A few weeks since Constable REARDON was shifted from his station at the port to Waipawa, and as yet no one has arrived in his place. Constable HARVEY is attempting to do the double duty needed, and in the attempt will probably shatter his health......

Charles CRAWFORD, who was recently committed for trial on a charge of burglary at the'Bus Company's offices, was brought up in custody at the R.M. Court yesterday...charged with stealing a suit of clothes valued at £4, and a watch and chain valued at £2 5s.......He was sentenced to three months' hard labor.
HB Herald, Sat. May 13, 1893
Mr ALDER has received for mounting the largest pair of ram's horns we have ever seen. They are curly, and measure 3ft 8in from tip to tip. If straight their length would be nearly 5 ft. The head was found on the Eskmount estate, Petane.

We are requested to state that Mr F. SMITH, of the firm of SMITH and PROVIS, who will leave on Sunday for a trip to the Old Country by the Talune, has been asked by a number of his friends to meet them at the Working Men's Club at 9 o'clock to-night, for a friendly "good-bye."

In connection with the recent experiments in fruit and vegetable evaporation by a small syndicate, efforts are now being made to float a company, to be called the Hawke's Bay Fruit and Vegetable Evaporating Company. The capital will be £1000, in 1000 shares of £1 each.....

A young man named John WALSH was brought up at the R.M. Court yesterday...charged with larceny at the Clarendon Hotel......When charged he pleaded guilty, and was sentenced to a month's hard labor.

At the R.M. Court yesterday,
John BOYLE - fined £1 and costs for drunkenness, in default seven days' hard labor. He went to gaol.
John KELTON was also fined £1 and costs for drunkenness, with the same alternative.
George RICHARDSON, in a shaky, condition from drink, was sentenced to seven days' hard labor for indecency.
Robert George BEGLEY, charged with the larceny of a horse, saddle, and bridle, was remanded to Gisborne.
A young woman named Mary CRONIN was charged on three informations with stealing an umbrella valued at 10s 6d from BLYTHE and Co.'s, a brush valued at 2s from the shop of A.H. WILSON, and five mantel ornaments, the property of J. COTTRELL. The police asked for a remand till Monday.
HB Herald, Mon. May 15, 1893
Marriage -
LAMB-ATKENS - At St. Paul's Church, Napier, by the Rev. J.G. PATERSON, M.A., Mary Minnie, second daughter of Mr Robert LAMB, of Napier, to Robt. AITKEN, eldest son of H. AITKEN, Esq., of Oamaru.

Captain F.G. SMITH, of the Napier Navals, who is proceeding Home on a six months visit, was conveyed to the s.s. Talune yesterday in the naval cutter Beatrice, accompanied by Lieutenant PERRIN, ex-Lieutenant BELL, and Sergt.-Major HUDDLESTON, permanent staff......Numerous friends of Captain SMITH were on the wharf to wish him bon voyage.

Walter SLADE, cabdriver, met with a very serious accident on Saturday night. The unfortunate man, who is said to have been under the influence of liquor, started a little before half-past 7 o'clock from Hastings street to go to Lucknow terrace, where he resides. He was driving a one-horse cab. Shortly beforfe reaching the Recreation Ground he lost control of the horse and vehicle, which came violently into collision with the telegraph post near the Royal Hotel.....he did not recover consciousness until yesterday morning, and is at present in a very low condition, very little hope of his recovery being entertained.
HB Herald, Tues. May 16, 1893
Birth -
ANTHONY - At West Clive, on May 13th, the wife of Frank Sheldon ANTHONY, of a daughter.

Mr LOADER caught a shark off the Marine parade yesterday. The captive was over five feet in length.

At the R.M. Court yesterday -
Joseph EDDY was fined 5s and costs for drunkenness.
Henry HOFF, for leaving a horse and cart unattended, was fined 5s and costs.

On Friday Messrs WILLIAMS and KETTLE will sell at Stortford Lodge the whole of Mr Charles FARMERY's contract plant, consisting of ploughs, harrows, drays, &c , also 25 draught horses, a buggy, pony, &c. The sale will commence at 11.30.

In reference to the accident to the unfortunate man SLADE, recorded in our yesterday's issue, a word of praise as yet unsaid is due to Mr THATCHER, the licensee of the Royal Hotel, for his kindness in the matter......

The American Coach Factory in Hastings street, owned by Messrs Henry WILLIAMS and Sons and managed by Mr F. BURGESS, was discovered about 3.30 this morning to be on fire at the rear......We understand that there was very little damage done.

The miscellaneous team to play against the drapers and grocers to be played to-morrow on the Recreation Ground, commencing at 2.30 p.m., will consist of the following players:-
Full-back, F. HOWE
Three-quarters, LUCAS, SMITH and ROSE
Halves, A. SIMMONDS and A. HOWE
The following will compose the drapers and grocers' team:-
Full-back, J. ALGAR
Three-quarters, WALDRAN, POTTS, and PATTERSON

Mary CRONIN, a well-dressed young woman, was brought up on remand at the R.M. Court yesterday, charged on separate informations with stealing an umbrella from the shop of Messrs BLYTHE and Co., and a brush from the shop of Mr A.H. WILSON.....fined £1 and costs on each of the two informations proceeded with, ordered to pay the cost of the stolen articles and gave her some excellent advice before letting her leave the Court. The total amount accused had to pay was £3 5s 6d.
HB Herald, Wed. May 17, 1893
The championship of the Napier Bowling Club for the present season now lies between Messrs K. BEECHAM and EVANS, BEECHAM having defeated GUY yesterday, after a remarkably close contest, by 20 points to 19.

Messrs C.B . HOADLEY and Co. will sell on the 22nd June, under instructions from Mr R.P. WILLIAMS, a portion of his Whakatu estate. From its convenience to Napier and the beauty of situation the property has always been one of the most envied of any in Hawke's Bay. The allotments will be cut up to suit small farmers, and into residential sites that no doubt will be keenly competed for.

Elizabeth BURTON was brought up at the R.M. Court yesterday, charged with drunkenness and using obscene language. It appeared that accused, who had only been out of gaol a week after seving a sentence of six weeks' hard labor for vagrancy, behaved in Chaucer road more like a fiend than a woman.....For the drunkenness she was fined 5s and costs, and on the other charge was sentenced to 14 days' hard labor.
HB Herald, Thursday 18, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday -
William Henry LULY - fined £1 and costs for drunkenness.
William HAGUE and John DILLON - both of whom pleaded guilty to drunkenness, were each discharged with a caution.

The following are the teams picked to represent the Pirates Football Club in their matches against the Napier Club on Saturday next:-
Emergencies, COGLAN and CHEER.

Waipawa -
Mr John HARKER has obtained the contract for the erection of stable and loose boxes at Mr RATHBONE's residence, and a new house for Mr C . WEDD at Patangata.
The Waipukurau people have subscribed £30 10s 6d for the boy Arthur THOMAS whose left hand was amputated last week.

HB Herald, Fri. May 19, 1893
A large shark, measuring 9ft 6in in length, was caught on the beach yestgerday. The same youth caught another shark on Wednesday, and with a piece of it for bait, hooked the second one.

HB Herald, Sat. May 20, 1893

Thirty well-bred shorthorn cows from Mr W. DOUGLAS's herd were yesterday sold for 300 guineas, after the auction sale at Stortford Lodge. Stock generally fetched good prices at the sale.

At the R.M. Court yesterday,
John WILLIAMS pleaded guilty to drunkenness and was discharged with a caution.

The well-known old Maori chief, Major KEMP, had a narrow escape from being poisoned the other day. Through some mistake he swallowed a liniment given him for an old wound, instead of a draught intended to be taken. Medical aid was procured, and he is now out of danger.
HB Herald, Mon. May 22, 1893
A couple of semi-idiots who were out in a boat on the lagoon yesterday afternoon, about 5 o'clock, narrowly escaped killing three people. The couple in the boat took it into their heads to fire bullets at a hawk. One of the bullets whizzed past the ear of
Mr George WILLIS, who was standing near his house at the bottom of Paradise road......Another bullet struck the water near a man named CROSS, who was in a small punt on the lagoon, and ricocheted over his head. Another bullet nearly struck a man named DURANT.....
HB Herald, Tues. May 23, 1893
Death -
GRANT - On 21st May, 1893, at Burnside, Takapau, Alexander GRANT, aged 72 years.
The funeral will leave Burnside to-day (Tuesday), 23rd May, at noon, for the Waipukurau cemetery.

Our readers will regret to see by our obituary column that Mr Alexander GRANT, of Takapau, died on Sunday. He had been ailing for the past five years from Bright's disease. The deceased gentleman leaves a grown up family to mourn his death.

Mr Harry ROSE, a well-known member of the Star Boating Club, is to proceed on Monday to Napier, where he will take charge of the insurance-agency work in the firm of Messrs Dalgety and Co. Mr ROSE is a prominent and promising oar, who will be missed by his club , which he represented last season.

Mr Sydney HOBEN has been spending his vacation in Wellington, where he has been undergoing massage treatment for his arm trouble, and has benefited somewhat thereby. He notifies his pupils that he will resume tuition on Monday next. Mr HOBEN's reputation as a teacher has spread throughout the colonies, and he has been strongly urged to remain in Wellington, as he was recently urged to do in Sydney, but he preferred to return to Napier.

An accident happened at Hastings yesterday, by which a laborer named George COURSE sustained a slight fracture of the skull. While engaged with others in connection with well-boring at Tomoana, the pulley block attached to a derrick fell upon his head, knocking him down senseless. He subsequently regained consciousness, and was driven to Hastings, where he was attended by Dr. LINNEY. The latter ordered his removal to the Napier hospital, wher he is now progressing as well as can be expected.

At the R.M. Court yesterday,
John D. M'KAY pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to support his wife and three children. Defendant pleaded in extenuation that his conduct was due to sickness and lack of employment. At presednt he was digging potatoes at 2s a day, and could not get better work. Mr WARDELL characterised the latter statement as rubbish, and adjourned the case till this morning, to decide what order he would make. Bail was allowed, one surety of £20.
HB Herald, Wed. May 24, 1893
Mr F.C. FULTON, who is at present absent from the colony on a trip to England, has been struck off the roll of Justices for failure to attend to Court duties. This is done under section 7 of the Justices of the Peace Act Amendment Act.

John David M'KAY, who on Monday was remanded on a charge of failing to support his wife and children, was brought up before the R.M. yesterday. He had no offer to make, and Mr WARDELL, R.M., after characterising his conduct as scoundrelly, remanded him again till this day.

The time of the Court was occupied for a long time yesterday over a case in which A.B . GREEN, Hastings, sued H.P. COHEN, Napier, to recover £12 alleged to be due for commission......After hearing the evidence his Worship gave judgment for defendant, with costs and solicitor's fee.
HB Herald, Thurs. May 25, 1893
Mr George HUNTER will be a candidate for the Waipawa seat at the next elections, and a third candidate is talked of.

It is rumored in political circles that Mr H.H. BRIDGE is to oppose Captain RUSSELL for the Hawke's Bay seat at the next elections.

Mr A. JONES, of the Kumeroa school, has been appointed head-master of the Makatoku school, and Miss BEDINGFIELD has been appointed mistress of the Onga Onga school.

At the R.M. Court yesterday,
James SMITH and Jeremiah MURPHY both pleadeed guilty to being drunk in a public placed. They were cautioned and discharged.

The man John David M'KAY, who will not maintain his wife and children, was brought up on remand yesterday. He had nothing satisfactory to suggest, and was rightly served by being sent to gaol for a month's hard labor. He was also ordered to pay 5s a week towards the support of his wife, and 2s 6d a week each towards the support of the two youngest of his children, the order to take effect when he leaves gaol. It transpired that he had not maintained his wife and family for ten years, and that his wife had been forced by illness to apply to the authorities.
HB Herald, Fri. May 26, 1893
The social gathering at All Saints to bid farewell to the Rev. C.L. TUKE, who is leaving the district to take charge of St. Mary's, Waipukurau, was largely attended.......The chair presented Mr TUKE with a silver butter-dish and knife. Mr TUKE made a feeling and appropriate address in reply.
HB Herald, Sat. May 27, 1893
At the R.M. Court yesterday,
Robert WILLIAMS was fined 10s and costs for being drunk at the railway station.

Owing to the success that has attended lemon culture in Hawke's Bay, growers will no doubt note with interest that
Mr H.J. GILBARD announces that he has a first-class lot of trees, from two feet to three feet high. Samples of these can be seen at Messrs CRANBY and PREBBLE's.
HB Herald, Mon. May 29, 1893
Mr Hugh APLIN resumes his professional duties this day.

Mr SERVICE, of Auckland, agent for the "Raleigh", has decided to open an agency in Napier. Mr W.M. NEWTON, is the agent. This will interest bicyclists.

Sergeant CULLEN has been promoted a grade, and is now a first-class sergeant.....

The Cathedral organist, Mr Maughan BARNETT, will give his first organ recital in the Cathedral on Wednesday evening next, the 31st inst., at 8 o'clock.

At the R.M. Court Saturday,
Ernest RIMMER was fined 5s and costs for drunkenness. The same defendant was charged with using indecent language in a public place. He pleaded not guilty. After hearing the evidence his Worship sentenced defendant to 14 days' hard labor.

A well-known negro fisherman named William FREEMAN is missing, and it is feared that he has met with disaster.......

We draw the attention of Constable STRICKLAND, in his capacity as truant officer, to a little girl, apparently about 10 years of age, who is sent out daily by some callous person to tend cows on the Napier swamp in all weathers......On Saturday the poor little thing was out as usual, although it was raining at times. Apart from the cruelty of this, the child ought to be at school.......

Mr T. DURNEY, undertaker, of Hastings street, has just received a letter of thanks from the relatives of the railway porter JOHNSTON, who died from the result of an accident received while shunting at the Napier railway station.........
HB Herald, Tues. May 30, 1893
Births -
JOHNSTONE - At Brewster street, Napier, on May 26th, the wife of John R. JOHNSTONE, of a son.

ROBSON - At the residence of Mrs J. DICKSON, Hastings, on the 28th May, the wife of Walter ROBSON, Waihi, Wairoa, of a son.

Death -
WHITGE - At her residence, Burlington road, on May 29th, Christena Adelaide WHITE, aged 62 years.
The funeral will leave her late residence at 3 o'clock to-morrow (Wednesday) afternoon. Friends will please accept this intimation.

R. COBB left a vehicle unattended in Emerson street, and did not chain the wheel. He had to pay 12s at the Court yesterday in consequence (5s fee and 7s costs) in addition to losing time to attend.

R.G. BROWN was yesterday charged with disobeying an order of the Court that he should contribute to the support of his wife and three children. Defendant agreed to pay 10s 6d a week, and a similar sum in addition till the arrears due were paid off.

The petition to be sent to the House from Napier in favor of woman suffrage measures 14½ yards in length, not reckoning the heading. It includes 1442 signatures, ans is to be sent to the Hon. Mr OLIV ER for presentation, together with a copy of the following resolution passed by tghe Napier branch of the Woman Franchise League:- "The members do not desire any electoral privileges that are not extended to men, but simply electoral equality with men, nothing more and nothing less."
HB Herald, Wed. May 31, 1893
Captain CREAGH, whose services lately have been often in request at the port by foreign vessels and others as coastal pilot, will be away from the Spit for some time, having been appointed to the temporary command of a vessel in the intercolonial trade, the Freetrader.

Waipawa -
It is stated that Mr H.H. BRIDGE has given 25 acres of land for a reserve for Onga Onga.

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