Lyttelton Times    -    July 1893
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Saturday 1 July 1893
Property for Sale -  002
BRAY -  late W.E.  "Fifield"  Opawa,  16 acres,  good house ----

Fatalities -  003
FARRANT -  Albert,  youth employed in rabbiting --  died suddenly  at Lake Wakatipu --
HAYMAN -  child od 3yrs of Mr Walter,  of Wheatstone,  died Thursday night ---
McGREGOR -  Donald,  age 56,  found dead in bed at Hokowaiti,  18 miles from Dargaville.

Properties Let -  004
READE -  10 rooms Park Tce.
EDWARDS - Bligh's rd.
FRANKISH - Dr. Colombo st.

Clearance sale of Furniture -  004
MARKS - Mr H.  leaving for England --
EDWARDS -  Thomas,  at Bligh's rd.

Auction -  005
TEMPLE - Capt.    of Geraldine ----   well built 7 bedroom house in Cashel at st near the Domain ---


Monday 3 July 1893
Business sold - 007
DURANT -  T.W.  business sold to Mr T. Durant, sen. ----

Auction -  008
FRASER - John,  deceased  of Waddington,   sections in Waddington township. ----

Inquest  -  009
HAMILTON 
- ----an infant child of Margaret Hamilton.  a verdict death from natural causes.   --- 

Orange Lodge Funeral - 010
JORDAN - Hugh,  followed from his res.  Montreal st, Sydenham  to Addington Cemetery ---- lots more ---

Will -  011
PRICE - William,  of Llantrissant, Glamorgan,  surgeon,  died 23 January, age 92,  will has been proved  Miss Gwenllian Llewellyn
                    ---  2 children Jessu Grist  and Penelopen Elizabeth -----   lots more ----


Tuesday 4 July 1893
Fatalities -  013
ALPERS - Thorwald,  aged 57,  of Napier,  dropped dead ---
MASSON - John,  age 23,  unmarried,  playing football collided with another player ----  died --Dunedin.
PAGET - Mrs,  wife of Mr C.E.  found dead in her home ----   Auckland
PAUL - John,  a second hand dealer in Chapel st  dropped dead ----  Auckland

To Let  -  015
O'NEIL -  Messrs Bros. occupying 90 acres of land, dairy farm,  Charlesworth rd, Woolston ---


Wednesday  5 July 1893
Presentation - 017
McRAE -  George,  of Mt Somers,  given a gold watch  --- leaving Ashburton Gorge.


Thursday 6 July 1893
Accidents & Fatalities -  020
BURTON -  Mr W.H.  of Bangor,  Hurunui,  riding home on a horse --  dislocated shoulder ----


Friday 7 July 1893
New Plymouth -  023
HONAN Frank  and
REYNOLDS -  Frank,  are missing  left Awakino for Te Kuiti  2 weeks ago ----


Saturday 8 July 1893

Departing Citizens -  025
COHEN - Mr Louis,  leaving Christchurch  for Marton ---
HOWLAND - Mr A.G.  and family left for America ---
MARKS -  Mr H.  well known in Christchurch last 30 yrs,  left for tour of continent ---

Obituary  -  027
JONES 
-   Mr Milson Jones,  old,  respected settler in the Ellesmere district,  died this morning at his residence,  Dunsandel.


Monday 10 July 1893
Presentation -  028
ALEXANDER -  Mr James,  presented with a silver tea set,  on the eve of his marriage ---

Obituary - 030
BLACKMAN - Mr John,  poet and lecturer  died Auckland Sunday ,  age 74,    born Surrey,
WEARING - Mr G. Herbert,   at Kaiapoi,  on 19 June ----   host of Kaiapoi Hotel,  leaves a widow, and 1son and 1 daughter

Accidents & Fatalities  - 034
BEADEL - Mr H.J.  of Cashmere,  had an accident --  his horse fell and rolled on top of him ---
HALL  -  Christiana  Elizabeth,   died suddenly on Friday, was held at the deceased father's residence   --- died from natural causes.
LANAUZE  -   Robert,  formerly chief clerk in the Customs Dept. dropped dead -- in Fort street.  He had been suffering from heart disease ---
                           

Tuesday  11 July 1893
Letters of Naturalisation -  039
GUNDERSEN - Teodor,  shoemaker,  Linwood.

Accidents  & Fatalities -  040
LYNCH - Gladys,  age 8,   of Woodville,  severely burned when her clothes caught fire ---
CLOCKY - an old man ,  found destitute,  in Invercargill,  travelled mending clocks, --- died -- name maybe WATT

Obituary -  041
SMITH - John,  of Regent st,  Woolston,  died on Sunday,  age 78,  lived in Woolston over 30yrs. ---


Wednesday 12 July 1893

Accidents  & Fatalities -  043
DELLA  & PENCOLE, of Melbourne,  killed  when a crane broke --  3rd man MASSON  badly injured --
EASON -  a bricklayer, Dunedin,  blind in one eye  -- had accident to other eye --
GILLARD - George, a seaman on s.s. Queen of the South,   married, family in Wellington,   knocked into the hold,  suffered bruising ---
MOONEY -  John,   Dunedin, fell off a rock  while rabbiting,  was killed --
WARNOLL -  Anna, dau. of --- hydropathic practioner,  Lake Takapuna  thrown from her horse, 

Land Transfers -  044
MEGOWAN - John,  50 acres,  rural section 5152  Grey District ---
PACKER - Sarah Elizabeth and
PARKERSON - Edward,  22 perches --   occupied by D.I.C.
RIX - Robert George,  20 acres,  rural section 1063  Christchurch,  occ. by Andrew Burke.
STAPLETON - Michael,  54 acres -- rural section 9508 and part 6044  Leeston district ---
VAUGHAN - William,  75 acres rural sections 9072, 9115,  9842  Rangiora   occ. by John Lilley.

Auction -  046
WOOD -  Mr Rd,  giving up dairying, at his farm Burwood


Thursday 13 July 1893
Bankruptcy -   047
BRAZIER - Fredk,  Christchurch,  labourer. ---
DRON - Jno,  Balcairn,  farmer
OWENS - William,  Christchurch,  labourer ---

Obituary -  049
JONES - Mr Milson,  an old settler, d. 7 July at Killinchy,  arr. Auckland in 1861  arr. Christchurch 1 yr later --- lots more ---

Missing Friend - 050
NEWMAN -  William,  nephew of Hannah Chandler,  last heard of 7 yrs ago in Marlborough NZ ----


Saturday 15 July 1893

Fatalities -  053
GREY -  Miss Isabella,  missed from home at Longacre Valley,  Wanganui -- found dead in small creek  age 25 --- 

Divorce - 054
NICOLL -    v.  Nicoll  and MacNeill  --- at Dunedin ---

Probates - 055
CLEARY - John
SMITH - John
TURNER -  John ---


Monday 17 July  1893

Auckland  -  Fatal accident  -  057
KNOX -  Daniel,  a miner in Fernhill coal mine  found dead on Sat.  leaves a wife and grown up family
LEE - Walter, of Auckland,  fractured his skull -- dead branch fell on him--  died --  age 40,  married --
WORMALL  - Anna,  badly hurt -- thrown by her horse recently,   died from the result of the injuries she sustained.

Fires -  058
ROWE - James, 2 storey building on pig farm at Shirley -- discovered by Mrs Dyer  wife of David, Mrs Leslie & dau's  helped until men arrived ---

Property sale - 060
PARISH -   known as Parish's estate,  farms at springston, Templeton and Ferry rd. ---

Clearing Sale -  061
WHITE - Henry,  live and dead stock at his farm at Tai-Tapu  ---  lease expired --


Tuesday 18 July 1893
Creditors Meeting -  062
ADAMS - James,  flax miller,  of Amberley,  ---   lots more ----

Fatalities -  064
 KING  -
  James King,   a stonemason by trade, ----  died suddenly this  morning from heart disease.
DRYDEN  - Thomas,  the contractor who was injured last week at the lime works,  died yesterday.
KNOX -  Daniel,  inquest opened today  -- adjourned ---

Auction -  065
WIMPERS - Miss J. (leaving for England)  selling paintings,  is a first class artist ----


Wednesday 19 July 1893
Fatalities -  067
ANDERSON - Andrew,  at Kelburn diggings,  found dead ----
HENSLEY - Charles,  of Wheatsheaf, on the Leeston rd,  ---   harness broke,  thrown out of vehicle
SIMMEX  -   The police have received information that Mrs Simmex died last night at Carterton through

Presentations -  068
HELMORE -  Mr G.H.N.  Ashley County cricket  ---  marble clock ,  wedding present ---
LANAUZE - Capt. retiring from Police Force ----

Supreme Court - 069
DALGLEISH - William. ----  probate
HOWLETT - Lucy. ---  probate
WITHEY - William,  -- discharged bankruptcy ---
BURGESS - Alfred John, --  discharged bankruptcy ---


Thursday  20 July 1893
Cokers Hotel -  072
COKER - Mr J.E.  has just taken over  the New Brighton Hotel -----  

Coach Accident  at Lyell - 073
Coach driver Jones,  passengers Mr & Mrs Mitchell and 2 children,  Messrs Burley and 2 sons,  Glenny,  Cummins and Dixon -----  long column ----

Inquest -  074
SINNCOSE -  Mrs  at Carterton,  ----- died of heart disease ---
SMITH - Sarah Ann,  a widow,   died at Port Chalmers,  ----


Friday 21 July 1893
Inquests  - 076
KARETAI - Timoti,  died  from a fall over the cliffs in Dunedin ---
RODGERS -   Mr Archibald Rae, who was found dead in bed yesterday,  -----  age 30 
SMITH  -  at the inquest on the woman Sarah Ann Smith,  Dunedin,  the evidence  ------

Wedding at Rangiora -  078
HENDERSON - BLACKETT -  Alexander,  son of Mr W.  to Isabella,  3rd dau. of Mr H.Blackett ---

Obituary  - 079
MURRAY-AYNSLEY   -
Mrs Elizabeth,  age 64,  at her res.  Riverlaw, Opawa,  dau. of late Mr Thomas Campbell,  of Argyle --
                        came here in the steamer Royal Bride,   Mr Murray-Aynsley who with  Mr Banks was representing Miles & Co in Lyttelton,
                         went home to make the necessary arrangements,  while there he married and brought his wife out with him on his return  arriving
                         in Lyttelton on Dec 28th 1859  --------  was 64 years of age,  leaves 4 sons and 3 daughters.   Her 2 brothers are Mr James
CAMPBELL, 
of Napier,  and Mr Archibald CAMPBELL,  of Southland.  ------  leaves 4 sons, 3 daughters,    ---- Woolston Cemetery --

Saturday 22 July 1893
Bankruptcy -  080
CROMPTON Bros ---  T. Crompton and Co.  Christchurch,  ironfounders.
BLAKE - Leonard.  Christchurch,  seed merchants --
WHEELER Jos. Mort,  Christchurch,  accountant.
WRIGHT - Robt. Rangiora,  Cordial manufacturer.
BEECHER - Jno.  Akaroa,  hotelkeeper. ---
LEVETT - Jas.  Killinchy,  farmer.
LOW -  Jno.  Southbridge,  wheelwright.
PEARCY - Walter,  Sheffield,  hotelkeeper.
TOON - Jno.  St Albans,  farmer.
PERKINS -  Josh,  Christchurch,  hotelkeeper.

Accidents  & Fatalities - 082
FOOK -  John,  age 62, of Hokaru,    died   Auckland ---
HOPKINS - Mr, a farmer, at Ashley Bridge,  broke a bone in his ankle --
TURNER - Edward,  age 50,  died suddenly  at St Albans ---


Monday 24 July 1893
Amberley - 083
ADAMS - James,  flaxmiller,  bankrupt,   sell,  2 horses, saddle, and bridle -----

Accidents  & Fatalities -085
COPE - Richard,  age 1yr.   at Kaitara,  scalded to death ---
LANGLEY - ---thrown in the air,  may prove fatal ---New Plymouth --

Accidents  & Fatalities  -  086
IVES - Charles, son of George,  broke a leg ---
MOONEY - John, died -- fell over a cliff when rabbiting 
TURNER - Edward,  age 50 died suddenly on Friday ---

Funeral -  088
MURRAY-AYNSLEY - took place at Woolston Cemetery on Saturday ----


Tuesday 25 July 1893
Accidents  & Fatalities - 090
BOWATER - a young woman ---- accidentally shot in the jaw --- Wellington --
CROMPTON - Thomas James,  age 3 and half,  son of Mt T.  died suddenly ----
JAPP - A.J.  a young man, farmer at Waimata,  is missing -- 
ROSSER - Fred Edward,  died ----  a remittance man, son of late Colonel Rosser, 16th Lancers, 
                        leaves a widow and 5 children    30 yrs in Auckland --


Wednesday 26 July  1893
Accidents  & Fatalities  -094
CORKHILL - Daniel,  a station hand  drowned at a ford  in Moawhanga river ---Napier.
HERBERT - Mr E.  of melbourne,  while at Rotorua ---  fell into the boiling water ---

Obituary -  095
BARKER - Mr C.J.  of Rangiora,  died  -- interred today at Rangiora  with Masonic honours.

Land Sale - 097
GRAHAM -  Mr Jno.  Le Bons Bay,  20 acres of rich cocksfoot land ---

Land sale - 098
HAYLAND Estate -   6465 acres  freehold,  5000 sheep,  house with 10 rooms -- 18 miles from Rangiora --

Stanmore Nursery Sale - 099
KERR & BARNETT -  ornamental trees,  200,000 forest trees ---  etc ---  lease expired

Auction - 100
RANDALL & MUSGRAVE -  dissolution of partnership --  560 acres at Dunsandel   -- 7 roomed house --


Thursday 27 July 1893
Auction -  102
EARLY - Mr S.   2 properties,  Lincoln township    and Linwood --  lots more ---  to close an estate

Accidents & Fatalities -  103
BELL - William Zero, age 5mths  died  an inquest was held ---  
O'CALLAGHAN -  son of Mr J.  fell off a tree ----
CROMPTON - Thomas James,  died suddenly on 24 July --  inquest   -- death from natural causes ---

Volunteer Funeral -  104
BARKER -   Private C.J.  of Rangiora Rifle Co.  buried with Military Honours ----


Friday 28 July 1893
Obituary -  106
GABRIEL -  Rev. Mother St Mary,  Lady Superior of the Convent of Sacred Heart, Barbadoes St.     --  left NZ for France last April
                    ---  born Co. Leath,  Ireland in 1853  arr. here 17 yrs ago --  more ---


Saturday 29 July 1893
Auction - 108
DELBRIDGE - J.  leaving for Australia,  --  at his res. "Ellerslie"  Sydenham ---  

Presentation -  109
RITCHIE - Mr T. -- headmaster of Opawa School --   presented with a gold watch   ---   successor Mr Petrie --- 


Monday 31 July 1893

Benefit Concert -  111
ALDERSLEY -a concert for the benefit of the family of the  late Mr A.  -----

Presentations -  112
COOPER - Mr, Mrs and Master Leslie Cooper  a Rochester lamp,  a pair of salt spoons,  silver fork and spoon with case 
                the gift of scholars and teachers of Harewood rd School  Miss Mabel Jesson,  senior scholar --- 
DOUDS - Miss teachers and scholars presented a valuable card-case,  appointed infant mistress at Papanui School.
GRAY - Mr A.  leaving St Albans School for Richmond School  presented with a set of silver studs  and a watch-guard
HARRIS -  Miss,of Messrs O'Brien & Co.  presented with  a flower epergne  a pair of mantel ornaments and a horseshoe mirror -- ---

Land Sale - 113
HAYLAND Estate at Cust,-   of 6465 acres  for the sum of 15,000 pounds 
RUDD -  John,  150 acres at Greendale  for 1350 pounds. 
LODGE - Thomas,   -  section at Addington,  for 75 pounds

For Sale - 114
KERR & BARNETT  -  of Stanmore Nursery,  expiration of lease --   list of trees and shrubs ---

Fatality -  115
SPILLARD -  Andrew,  been missing from Waikari  since 14 July  ,   has been found -- he fell over a cliff --

Beverley Evans
Christchurch  NZ
29 June  2006

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