Lyttelton Times -  July 1873

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Tuesday 1 July 1873
Fatal Accident -  001
SMITH - Mr Smith, driver of the South  coach brought the news of a fatal accident in the Waitaki River --a Norwegian named Tom ---


Wednesday 2 July 1873

Farm For sale - 003
HAYDON - 72 acres, half mile from Lincoln Station,  section no 4505,  house --- 
GOSLING - also farm 130 acres  near Mr Gosling's farm, half mile from Waihi railway station
BAXTER - Rev. T.  13 plots of building land on Stanmore rd north  near chapel  of 2 and half acres.


Thursday 3 July 1873
Prebbleton - 007
DAWSON - Mr Andrew,   to sell   90 head of cattle --  500 sheep  farm been sold ----

Dunsandel Hotel - sell - 009
LAURENCE - Mr W. selling Dunsandel Hotel with 1 acre of land has soda-water factory, bakery, 10 stall stable,  house has 9 bedrooms ----


Friday 4 July 1873

Courtenay Ploughing Match Committee  - 013
KINGDON - N.S.      
McCLELLAND - H.   
HENDERSON - G.D.  

Advert - 015
ICK - Mr C.T. Ick  will sell by auction  ex Natal Queen, from Hobart Town,   apple trees,


Saturday 5 July 1873
Fatality - 016
FOLEY -  on Thursday found dead in Jollie's Pass,  taken to Hanmer,  inquest to be held.-------


Monday 7 July 1873
Bankruptcy - 019
WITHEY - William,  pork butcher, Christchurch.
MUMMERY - James, confectioner, Christchurch
HARRIS & JEWELL  - collar makers,  
PARKER - William Henry,  farmer,  Upper Riccarton ---

Upper Spreydon Methodist Church - 022
AYERS - Mr A.  took a prominent part in getting church erected,  opened yesterday ------.


Tuesday 8 July 1873
Narrow escape -  025
CHAVE - a man, employed by Mr J.L.WILSON,  miller --- had a narrow escape ----

Properties for sale - 026
DYNES - Mr W.F. R.S. 14348 of 25 acres  Kaiapoi  ---- occupied by Mr Dynes --
PIERCE - John,  Durham st North -  1 and half acres  (Block 79)  -----
Little River Valley -  2 sections of 20 acres  apply Bennett & Saunders --
Cottage and 10 acres  near Templeton  apply Packe Bros.

Auction -  028
MANNERTON - Mr John,   at Lincoln rd next to Mt Twiggers, 9 head of quiet dairy cows,  2 heifers 1 colt,  ----

Addington Cemetery - 029
McLEAN - Mrs of Waimakiriri Station,  a monument erected over grave  ----  more --- 

Accident - 030
SEARLE - Mr T.  -- broke a collar bone ----

Accident -  031
WEEBER - George,  at Messrs Gamman & Davies sawmills at West Oxford,  --- taken to hospital --

Farm for Sale - 032
MANSON - Mr Samuel,  426 acres  near Leeston  --- 


Thursday 10 July 1873
Postponed - 036
BOOTH -  Mr Booth's farm at Ashley,  in consequence of the flooding --  until Tuesday 15 July.

Fatality -  038
RUSSELL - Louisa --    an inquest will be held ----

Accident - 039
WEBB - Mr W.C. Riccarton, was driving round the corner  -- trap capsized ---   fractured an arm ---


Friday 11 July 1873
Accident -  041
BUCKHAM - Mr, postmaster of Rangiora,  riding a young horse --  was thrown --   now recovering --

Inquest - 042
RUSSELL - Louisa,  -----  lots more ---  died of natural causes.

Rangiora - For sale - 043
BOOTH  - Mr Thomas,  in Ashley district,  56 acres ---   R.S. 6509 -- house --  occupied by late Mr William GRAHAM  --


Saturday 12 July 1873
Stolen - 046
OSBORN -  Geo.  stolen a brown gelding from Geo. Osborn's stables ----


Tuesday 15 July 1873
Fatality -  049
ASHBULL -  Mr Samuel,  shoemaker of Knightstown,  died suddenly---- an inquest to be held ---


Wednesday 16 July 1873
Auction - 052
BROWN -  C.H.  lease from to Mr Robert PARKER, 
SEABRIGHT & STEELE -  section no 867 Cashel st --  known as  Zetland Arms ---

Villa to Let -  054
ROBERTS - Mr T.  now in occupation  formerly occupied by Mr F.STROUTS ---   5 acres --- 


Thursday 17 July 1873
Bankruptcy Notices -  Last Examinations  -  055
GREENUP - Francis Benjamin -    Mr Wyn Williams
McILRAITH - Wm. - Mr Cottrell
JEFFREYS - Wm.  - Self
BERRY - Thomas - Mr Bamford
PARKER - Robert - Mr Bamford
McHALL - James - Mr Bamford
PARKER - Wm Henry  - Mr Bamford
HILL - George Wm.  - Mr Bamford
GILBERT - James - Mr Bamford
MULLANEY - Michael  - Mr Bamford
McILROY - John  - Mr Slater
CLOVER - Samuel  - Mr Cottrell
BAYLIS - Thomas.  - Mr Slater.

Accident -  056
BARON - Mr, a baker,   broke an arm catching a run away horse --  lots more ---

Clearing sale -  058
MONK - Mr B. Monk's Courtenay Arms Hotel -- sale  of plant  and 100 acres freehold land  Kaiapoi --


Friday 18 July 1873
Accident -  059
ARMITAGE - Rev. John,  was mounting his horse  ---   was thrown --   injuring the back of his head --

Bankruptcy - 060
Final orders made
Albert Petit Rule,
Francis Benjamin Greenup,  
Wm McIlraith
Wm Jeffreys
Thomas Berry, 
Robert Parker, 
James Hall
James Gilbert
Michael Mullaney
John McIlroy,
Samuel Clover adjourned to 14 August ----


Saturday 19 July 1873
Bankruptcy - 062
BAYLISS - Thomas,  His Honour granting an absolute order, with suspension for 6mths.

Inquest - 064
COTTON - Robert,  a carter,  employed by Mr Neighbours, brickmaker, Opawa, ----  more ---

Bankruptcy - 066
HARGREAVES - E. A.  merchant of Lyttelton ----


Monday 21 July 1873
Melbourne Hotel for Sale - Greymouth - 069
JOHNSTON - James,  hotel  for sale, built 3 years ago ------

Fatality - 070 & 071
McPHERSON -  Angus,  age 45 -50,   a has wife and child about 8yrs of age ------


Tuesday 22 July 1873
Farm for Sale - 073
MANSON - Mr Samuel,  426 acres,  near Leeston ---   Section No 5482 & 5483 ---


Wednesday 23 July 1873
Bankruptcy - 076
CRAYTHORN - Charles,  of Halswell, 

Accidents  -  078
WHITMORE - Mrs,  found dead in her bed ---  
NISBET - Mr,  a butcher,  accident between a man in the employ of Mr Nisbet and a pair of horses ----


Thursday 24 July 1873
Wife desertion - 081
WHITE - William, --  deserted his wife in Dunedin -- case adjourned ---


Saturday 26 July 1873
Bankruptcy - 084
James Barker:   Thomas Raine, jun:    Edward Dillon:  -----  more -----


Monday 28 July 1873
Runaway - 087
WILSON -  Mr J.L.  had a trap horse bolt from the front of his premises in Cashel st ------


Tuesday 29 July 1873
Inquest   -  090
GOULD -  Edward, a boy,   age 9,  died when he  fell from his horse at Opihi, Timaru --- lots more ----
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Bankruptcy - 091
CUMMINGS - William Henry, painter and paperhanger of Lyttelton --- 

Property for Sale - 092
FLETCHER - J.J.  Colombo st North,  1 acre and house   fronting to Manchester st. ----


Thursday 31 July 1873
Fatality - 094
AITKEN -  dau. of Mr Andrew Aitken,  a farmer of Opihi,   died  ---- more ---

Inquest - 096
KETING - Ellen Mary, age 3yrs and 3mths --- died at Kowai Bush last Sunday --  more ---

Presentation -  097
MITCHELL - Capt.  of ship "Langston"  passengers presented him with a silver claret cup ---
                 presented by Rev. H. Stocker,  J. Dawe,  W.E.Buchanan, Lieut. C.E.Hurst,  R.B.Franklin.

Fatality - 098
THOMPSON -  a child,  age 16mths  of Mr John Thompson, Southbrook,  died suddenly --- more ---

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Beverley Evans
Christchurch NZ
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