Christchurch Press  -   July  1881  -   Snippets

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Friday  1 July  1881
Accident  -  003
BAILY  -  residing at Cambridge Tce  fell downstairs yesterday  ---  sprained right knee, she was admitted to hospital.


Saturday  2 July 1881
Boat accident  - Akaroa -  KENNEDY  -  006
3 men returning from Akaroa  to Wainui  in a dingy ---- attempted to lane ----very much cut and bruised  -- most hurt is son of Mr Kennedy  of Wainui.--------


Wednesday  6 July 1881
Insolvency notice  -  012  -  013
NUTTALL -  William Thomas,  of Christchurch  a tinsmith.

Bankruptcy   -  013
WOODS  -  James  of Doyleston  a labourer ------

Bankruptcy  -  016
SAUNDERS  -  
McHARG   -   of Woolston,  fellmonger ---------


Thursday  7 July  1881
Accident  -  HARTLEY  -  015
---son of Mr J. Hartley  of Akaroa,  the boy was in the act of getting the dray from the shafts ------ ---- limb was set -----


Friday 8 July  1881
Bankruptcy  -  017
INGLESON  -  Thomas  of Christchurch,   a wood turner -----
NOALL  -  Samuel Sheppard  ----  of Christchurch  ------

Canterbury  -  AUCHINACHIE  -  018
Mr W. Auchinachie,  recently living in Amberley  who was supposed  ------------  returned home on Wednesday evening  --------

Quarantine  -  HAY   Family  -  019
The Hay family,  steerage passengers  fro Sydney by the s.s.Wakatipu,  who were placed in quarantine on their arrival  here from Dunedin suffering from measles  were realeased on Tuesday from Ripa Island ------


Saturday 9 July 1881
Bankruptcy  -  020
SUMMERHAYS  -  William Murly  of Sumner  a contractor ----
SMITH  -  Henry William  of Christchurch,  greengrocer  and confectioner ---

Insolvency notice  -  021
SMITH  -  Henry William  of Christchurch,  greengrocer  and confectioner ---

Fire at Little River  -  022
WALTERS  -  a 7 roomed house belonging to Mr Noah Walters  of Little River  was burnt to the ground -----

Inquests  -  023
McREGNEY  -  Rosanna  aged 9 years  dau. of Mr McRegney  of Sydenham.  ----
STEVENSON  -  Amelia Rose  -  verdict  child was overlain ----


Tuesday  12 July 1881
Accidents at Kaiapoi  -    029
BECKER  -  Mr F. Becker jn.  was riding along the beach road ---  his horse slipped ----  
MAHUIKA  - ---  horse and veichle  overturned ----   Henare Mahuika  the Native constable  was not so fortunate -----  

Inquest at Lyttelton  -    unamed man found on Port Hills  -  030 - 031
a long snippet ------

Bankruptcy  -  032
WILKINSON  -  Josiah Wilson,   of Christchurch,   clothier and outfitter --------


Wednesday  13 July  1881
Bankruptcy  -  035
Dr CAMPBELL  -------


Thursday  14 July  1881
Insolvency Notice  - 037
McINTOSH  -  Henry  of Little Akaloa,    a farmer ----

BENNETT  - 038
George Bennett  was admitted to the hospital yesterday with a fractured thigh -------

Bankruptcy  -  039
McINTOSH  -  Henry,  of little Akaloa  -------
WENLOCK  -  George,  of Sydenham,  a dealer -----


Friday 15 July  1881
Bankruptcy  -  041
CAMPBELL  Dr -


Saturday 16 July  1881
Insolvency Notice  -  044
McCLEARY  -  Edward James  of Christchurch  late of McCleary and Brennan,  boot and shoemakers ----
DUNN  -  Robert of Windmill Road,  horse dealer ---


Monday 18 July  1881
Ashburton  -  Inquest  -  MITCHELL  -  047
-----  touching the death of a man supposed to be John Mitchell,  whose body ---  found in the ashburton rive bed ---- death some 5-6 weeks previously ----  body of John Mitchell  a cook  or baker  40 years old  and unmarried .  ----------

Insolvency Notice  -  048
MANSON  -  James  of Govern's Bay  a labourer-----
EMERY - Arnold Arthur  of Sydenham  a fruiterer -----
VIALOX  -  Augustus  of Christchurch,  pressman.-----

Kaiapoi  -  Inquest  -  MONK  -  049
-------  child of Mr James Monk  -----   

Ashburton  -  SHRIMPTON  -  050
Mr George Shrimpton  and accountant  was recently employed at the Commercial Hotel    ---------he is 48 years with a wife and children in Dunedin, 
the eldest 14 years of age -------

Bankrupt  -  051
WALTON  -  Charles ,  builder ----

Bankruptcy  -  052
WALTON,  builder
SUMMERHAYES  -  William M.  contractor ---
DUFF  -  James,  of Lyttelton,  bootmaker ----

Bankruptcy  -  053
DUFF  -  James,  bootmaker  of Lyttelton, -----
VIALOX  -  Augustus  of Christchurch,  pressman.-----
MANSON  -  James  of Govern's Bay  a labourer-----
EMERY - Arnold Arthur  of Sydenham  a fruiterer -----


Wednesday  20 July  1881
Insolvency notice  -  055
MUNYARD  -  George Augustus,  journalist

Ashburton  -  SHRIMPTON  -  056
Mr Geo. Shrimpton  of Ashburton,  -----  removal to hospital.

Ashburton  -  ALLAN  -  057
Joseph Allan was driving a dray  along the Waikanui road.  he fell asleep 8 miles from Ashburton and tumbled on the road ----   

Bankruptcy   -  058
MUNYARD  -  George Augustus,  journalist -----


Thursday  21 July  1881
Wife desertion  -  HAMILTON  -  061
Thos. Hamilton was arrested yesterday   on a charge of deserting his wife in Le Bon's Bay -------

Accident  -  PARKS  -  061
Mrs Parks  of Halswell  met with an accident whilst out driving yesterday morning,  ---  a fracture of the right arm ----

Bankruptcy  -  062
WALTON  -  Charles ,  builder
SUMMERHAYES  -  William M.,   contractor

Bankruptcy  -  063
LAZARETTI  -  Alessandro  of Sydenham  ,  fishmonger-----
WILKINSON  -  JOSIAH Wilson of Christchurch,  a clothier and  outfitter------
RIDDEN  -  James,  of Springston,  contractor. -----


Friday  22 July  1881
Bankruptcy  -  065
SAUNDERS  -  William,  of Christchurch,  a merchant


Saturday  23 July  1881

Insolvency Notice  -  068
YOUNG  -  Robert of Lincoln,  blacksmith ----

Accident  at Port  -  KINSEY  -  069
-----Mr Kinsey, a clerk ----  ship Merope ----  fell in the ship --------

Burnham School  -   NEWTON,  DOWIE,  SMITH  -  071
John Isaac Newton,  charged with disobeying an  order of the Court  to contribute to the support of his 5 children,  now pleaded poverty ----
John James Dowie  charged with disobeying an  order of the Court  to contribute to the support of his 2 children,  ---
James Smith    charged with disobeying an  order of the Court  to contribute to the support of his 2 children,  


Monday 25 July  1881
Insolvency Notice  -  074
SHEEN  -  John
CAMPBELL  -  Alexander  of Southbrook  farmer -----

Death  -  HAVERY  -  075
William Havery  dropped down  dead  ---  at the Provincial Hotel  on Saturday  and died yesterday  --no inquest ----

Bankruptcy  - 077
WOODS  -  James,   of Doyleston  a labourer

Bankruptcy  -  078
SHEEN  -  John    of Christchurch,  a boot and shoe importer ----

Bankruptcy  -  079
CAMPBELL  -  Alexander  of Southbrook,  a farmer.

Bankruptcy  -  080
FRASER  -  John Alexander
DUNLOP  -  Alexander   both of Ashburton   ---- business in co-partnership  Fraser and Dunlop

Bankruptcy  -  081
DUNLOP  -  John Fraser Dunlop
HENDERSON  -  Daniel,   both of Mt Somers  trading under the firm of Fraser & Co  storekeepers ------

Bankruptcy  -  082
GRIGG  -  Alexander Dunlop Nicholas
GUILD  -  George    all of Ashburton  carrying on business together in co-partnership in Ashburton  John Fraser & Co. --------

Bankruptcy  -  083
McCLEARY  -  Edward James   -----

Bankruptcy  -  084
SMITH  -  Henry William  -------


Tuesday 26 July  1881
Bankruptcy  -  088
FAMILTON  -  John Deuchar  -----  of Sydenham,  grocer.
MOFFATT - Henry,    miller of Wakanui  --


Wednesday  27 July  1881
Bankruptcy  -  090
SYMMANS  -  Henry -------

Death  -  BUTTON  -  092
the infant child of Mr Button,  Ferry Road,  died suddenly yeaterday morning.   was 12 years old --- ---- an inquest will be held tomorrow

Rangiora  -  RICKARDS  -  092
-----  J. Rickards,  baker,  in the employ  of Mr T. McKELVEY  ----   slipped and broke a bone in his left leg.


Thursday  28 July  1881
Bankruptcy  -  096
SUMMERHAYS  -  William Murly   of Sumner,  contractor -----
EMERY  -  Arnold Arthur  of Sydenham,   a fruiterer.-------

Bankruptcy  -  097
GORRIE  -  George  of Sefton,   a farmer------


Friday  29 July  1881
Bankruptcy  -  100
MACPHERSON  -Henry Drummond  --------
DUNN  -   of Sydenham,  a horse dealer ---
MANSON  -  James,   of Governor's Bay.

Beverley Evans
Christchurch  NZ
3 February  2008

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