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The New Zealand Shipping Company Limited

"RANGITIKI"

London to Lyttelton

Timaru Herald 6 July pg 2
The Rangitiki, full rigged ship, Captain Millman, arrived from London, July 5, with 34 passengers, all well, after a 96 days' passage. The ship's butcher, James Cornish, died of dropsy, on the voyage.

'Papers Past' - a NZ National Library website. newspapers online.

The Star Friday December 28th 1894 page 2  Shipping
Arrived Lyttelton
July 5 1882 - Rangitiki, ship, 1200 tons, Millman, from London. N.Z.S. CO., agents.

Passengers - Saloon:
Britton 	Miss Dora
Cross 		Mr Clifford
Hartland 	Miss Adelaide
Marshall 	Masters (5)
Nix 		Miss Sarah R.
Robinson 	Mrs W. B.
Robinson 	Master
Scott 		Miss Alice
White 		Mr Hamilton
White 		Mrs Emily

Second Cabin and Steerage
Cooper 		Mr
Cowlan 		Miss
Fleming 	Mr and Mrs
Fleming 	Mr
Fox 		Mr
Hunt 		Mr M.
Impey 		Mr
Kerris 		Miss
Lovett 		Mrs
Macdermott 	Mr
Malaquin 	Mr
Moorhouse 	Mr
Oliver		Mr
Patchett 	Mr
Stansell 	Miss
Weston 		Mr

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Waldemar Stanislas MALAQUIN believed to have been born in Orleans, France in 1859, to well travelled parents. Don't know much about Waldemar's early life although the family stories tell of him being in the same classrooms as Nicholas II. He arrived in New Zealand as a Boot agent, but quickly took up teaching French in Christchurch schools including Boys High, St Margaret's (Ngaio Marsh mentions him in her autobiography), and New Brighton Primary, he also taught privately. Waldemar married in 1883 in Rangiora, to Elizabeth ELLIS. They had six children. Waldemar died in 1926 estranged from most of his family. There is a lovely obituary for him in the Christchurch Boys High Magazine. Waldemar had a brother Joseph who migrated to and lived in NSW, Australia. Information courtesy of Michelle Rowe. Michele originally found out what vessel he came on the through the card index at the Canterbury Museum, Christchurch. Posted 8 March 2006.
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The Rangitiki, was a full rigged ship, ex Scrimitar, built in 1863.