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Thursday 1 July 1875
Slaughterhouse Licenses  -  001
Walter Blake  -  Riccarton
Thomas Clarkson -  Bolton Farm  Coal Track
Geo.W.Ell,  section 393,  Halswell
Maurice Fitzpatrick  - section 2074,  Lincoln.
Joseph Judge  -  section  835,  Tai-Tapu
Henry Knight  -  section 170,  Avon district.
Fred. Lane  -  section 146 and 147,  Spreydon.
Barwise Metcalf  -  Happy Home,  Hoon Hay rd,  
David Manson,  12872  South Malvern
Samuel Ward  -  section  2510   Prebbleton
Samuel Ward  -  section  5322  Lincoln


Friday 2 July  1875
Bankruptcy  -  003
EASTERBROOK  -  Richard Retallic  -  adjourned
BROWN  - Alexander ,  final order of discharge
SMITH  -  James Horace,   final order of discharge
RISELEY  -  Henry,   adjourned.


Saturday 3 July 1875
Supreme Court   -  004
MARTIN  -  Charles John  
WARING  -  Joseph Bernard
WINTER  -  Thomas Bassel,  deceased,  probate to Charles Bassel Winter,   of Napier
GLASSFORD -  Napier Gordon,  deceased,    letters of admin  to  Jonathon Hastings Herdson.
GLASSFORD  -  Napier Gordon,  widow Catherine, guardian of persons and estate of Nina Gordon Glassford and other infants.
RHODES v RHODES
GILKES  -  Robert,   last examination.


Wednesday 7 July  1875
Accident  -  007
PADDOCK  -  Charles, an elderly man employed at Mr F.Jenkins Steam Saw Mills was injured by exploding gunpowder --------


Friday 9 July  1875
Civil Service Examinations  -  008
George Gordon  -  Christchurch,  Christs College  and Grammar school.  seven years
Thomas William Ambrose  -  Christchurch,  Weslyan School, Christchurch,  five and half years, High School,  one and half years
Walter George Cotterill - Christchurch,  Christs College and Grammar school,  seven years
William Widdowson, Christchurch,  High School,  three years,  Mr Cook's School,  2 and quarter years  Christs College and Grammar school 2 and quarter years.


Saturday 10 July 1875
Fatal Accident -  Timaru  -  010
PRATELY   -  Mary Ann  Prately    - inquest Timaru -----  lots more ----


Monday 12 July 1875
Justice of the Peace  -  Canterbury  -  
a long list of names,  email for a copy of the list of names or  to be found on Papers Past,  Star,  Christchurch.  web site at end of page.


Saturday 17 July 1875
Shipping snippets    -  012
"City of Melbourne"  -    
passengers for Sydney  -   Restori Theatrical Company
passengers for New Zealand  -  Messrs J.Goldsmith,  J.Hayhurst,  R.SteeleHoneywell,  Captain Jarvis,  and 7 steerage.

The "Lactura" sailed on 2 June for Canterbury  -  012
Saloon passengers  -   Rev. Shearman and family,  Messrs Marshall,  Peel,  Henderson,  White,  Millington,  Laucke,  Hull,  
Misses Marcroft and Armitage,    20 second cabin passengers,  21 and half steerage passengers.

Fatalities  -  Invercargill  -  013
WEBSTER  -  Mr George, a well known squatter and M.H.R. for Wallace,  died  ---
ROCK  -  Mr Richard,  chemist of Riverton,  died suddenly at the Clarendon Hotel,  Invercargill  


Monday 19 July 1875
Lost Children  -  014
COOPER  -  Mr T.  photographer,   whose child was lost is found again safe and well along with
STEPHENSON  -  Mr  child as well.

Maintenance  -  015
DUNN  -  Peter was charged with neglecting to pay Catherin POLLOCK  for an illegitimate child.  -------  more ----


Tuesday 20 July 1875
Accident  -  Lytelton  -  016
GALLAGHER  -  a boy,  working for Captain R.Wood was kicked on the back of the head by a horse ---- in a precarious state.


Saturday 24 July 1875
Fatalities   -  020
CHURCH  -  Edward Walter,  found lying near the Roman Catholic Cemetery  shot through the head. --------   more  -----
FINN  -  Joseph,   fell over a deep cutting at the Rangitata Railway Works -- was killed ---
WILSON  -  H.  body found decomposed in harbour at Lyttelton ---- been a seaman aboard the brigantine Magellan Cloud -----


Monday 26 July 1875
Inquest   -  022a  & 022b
WILSON
-  Henry,  age 30 drowned near Gollans Bay, seaman of Barque Syren,  lately discharged from the Magellan Cloud  -----  more ----

Snippets  -  023
LILLEY  and HURT -  and   families  passengers,  on ship ORIANA  from London  -  the men are engineers sent out by Sir Julius Vogel    -------    
OSBOURNE  -  G. deserted his wife  -----  more ----

Sudden death -   025
WRIGHT  - Frederick  Wright  - age about 70 yrs,  died  ----   leaves 6 children ---    inquest to be held ---  a painter by trade,  lived on Papanui rd.



Tuesday 27 July 1875
Timaru    -  2 Fatal accidents. -  026
KIPPENBEGER - Mr. Charles, age 25.  married and had 2 children  -----  brought a team from Mt Horrible to Mr Kelland's farm
BELL  -  Mr David,   seaman of Barque Czare witch, drowned

Accident  -  027
METCALF  -  employed by Mr E.G.Wright, had an accident on the Eyreton railway works ---  broke his left leg.

Shipping  -  028
Arrived  -  Lutterworth  from London  -  
STEVENS  -  died on the voyage out,   has 30 passengers  -----

Inquest     -  029
WRIGHT - Frederick  of Papanui Road  --- accidental death  returned.


Wednesday 28 July 1875
Accident  - Lyttelton  -   030
MATTHIEU - John,  aged 52,  native of Ayr, Scotland,  formerly a seaman on the Silvery Wave from London to Adelaide, an inquest to be held ----


Thursday 29 July 1875
Inquest    -   031
MATHIESON -  John,  accidentally drowned, steward on board the barque Thomas S.Stowe  -------   lots more  -----


Friday 30 July 1875
Accident  -  032
GILKES  - a boy,  employed by Messrs Sansom and Lee  at Kaiapoi,  kick from a horse ---

Beverley Evans
Christchurch  NZ
27 August 2010

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