Times - October 1893
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Monday 2 October 1893
Fatality - 001
BELL - William, res. of Winchester, found
drowned in a creek, he was a widower with 5 children.
Inquest - 004
CARAMAN - a boy of Onehunga, died in hospital
Obituary - 007
FULTON - John, on 27 Sept. at Rangiora, agent of
the Colonial Bank --- b. Ayreshire, Scotland in 1850, came
here over 20 yrs ago --- leaves a wife , who was dau. of
late Mr John Macfarlane, and 5 young children ---
Obituary - 009
LEVIN - Mr W.H. of Levin & Co. in
Wellington, ----- lots more ----
Auction - 012
McMAHON - Mr (leaving for England) sell
all furniture and effects and live stock ----
Fatality - 013
NICHOLSON - son of Mr Nicholson, of Whangapoa, has
Obituary - 014
REVELL - Mr W.H. ex-Resident Magistrate --
died age 64, ----
Death - 015
Von MEYERN - portrait painter died here today,
30th Sept. at Wellington.
Tuesday 3 October 1893
Accidents & Fatalities - 017
CORTE - Peter, --- dropped dead
-- at Lyttelton, leaves a widow and 8 children ---
CAPON - Mrs of Lauriston --- an axle of the
trap broke, -- she broke a leg ----
Warwick House School Music Examinations - 019
Musical Theory - Junior Honours
Margaret Mary Loader: Mary O'Reilly:
Mary Higgs: Rosa Richardson: Mary
Poff: Ella O'Malley: Mina Mahar:
Annie B.Connor: Mary Ann Lee: Eleanor McEvedy:
Thomas R.L.Fenerty: Mary Doyle: Mary Alice
Naturalisation - 020
ANDERSEN - seaman, Lyttelton.
ALBRECHT - George Henry, tinsmith Christchurch
CHODOWSKI - Rev. A. Christchurch
NEUTZE - David, labourer. Sheffield.
HIEN - Tong, gardener, Temuka.
RASMUSSEN - Hans Peter, bushman, Little
RIDDER - Friedrich Christopf, and
RIDDER - Friedrich Heinrich, and
RIDDER - Johann Friedrich, farmers,
SCHMEDES - Hermann, manufacturer, Christchurch.
Dissolution of Partnership - 020a
Ernest Hill Brown & George Askew,
threshing machine props. Sheffield,
George Askew has taken into partnership with
him Mr Walter Mann, as Askew &
Mann, threshers & chaffcutters.
Wednesday 4 October 1893
Bankruptcy - 021
BARR - James, farmer, Annat,
----- more ---
Fire - 022
BEAN - Mrs H. --- cottage on Main rd South near
Waimate burnt to the ground ---
Fatalities - 024
ALLEN - W. saloon passenger from
Sydney died on Sunday night ---
COOTE - Peter, inquest -- heart disease --
Unidentified body found by Medadmes T.Heney & J.
Drabble on the beach near Kaiapoi -----
Fatalities - 026
GLEN - Mr George, died at
Manaia, formerly in partnership with his brother in Greymouth.
BUTCHER - Mr R. a journalist known in the
Presentation of a Memorial - 027
IVEY - Late Mr W.E. director of School of
Agriculture (Lincoln) an oil painting of Mr Ivey presented to
the School --- lots more ----
Thursday 5 October 1893
Silver Wedding - 031
HENDERSON - Mr & Mrs Gideon at Pleasant View,
near Diamond Harbour ------
Fire Kaikanui Hotel Kaiapoi - 032
MONK - Mrs, owns the Kakanui Hotel building at Kaiapoi which
was burnt down --- Mr Graham, licensee
Death - 033
ROPIHA - Mrs Tiena, a dau. of Te Huke, one of
the great chiefs of the Ngatikahungunu tribe at the
Wairarapa died on Wed. night ---- more ----
Friday 6 October 1893
Napier - 035
BURNETT - Mr W.F. ironmonger, died ---
formerly Mayor of Hastings -- single, age 45 ---
Accidents & Fatalities - 036
GREEN - Mr W.S. body has been found
----- at Gisborne ---
CAMERON - John, inquest -- age 74, a widower
HERD - Jonathon, had an accident in
Papanui, a little boy Thomas Gill was thrown out
of the buggy with Herd ----
Saturday 7 October 1893
Fatality - 039
EVES - Sarah, age 14 died at Tokatea, Northern
Auckland - 041
NICHOLSON - W. McKenzie, age 4, son of schoolmaster at
Ohangape has drowned ---
Clearing Sale - Dunsandel - 042
RANDALL & MUSGRAVE - (sold their farm) live
and dead stock ----
Monday 9 October 1893
Obituary - 045
MARSH - Mrs Mary, widow of Mr G. Marsh,
Templeton, age 83 --- lived in Templeton for
Accident - 046
McNAMARA - Mr J. met with a severe accident
--- thrown to the pavement from the vehicle he was
Farewell - 047
NICOLL - Mr C.W. promoted to the
accountancy of the New Plymouth branch of the Colonial Bank -----
Naturalization - 051
ISRAELSEN - Ole, cabinetmaker, of Christchurch.
Presentation - 052
MacPHERSON - Miss Kate, (dau. of Lady Superintendant of
Rhodes Convalescent Home --- leaving for Sydney
WARD - Mr Charles, for 11 yrs employed by Mr
A.J.White, is leaving to England -----
Tuesday 10 October 1893
Bankruptcy - 050
HOUSTON - James, carpenter,
JOHNS - Cornelius, auctioneer, ---
Property Auction - 053
MATSON - Mrs Marian, subdivision of Springfield
Estate, Papanui rd, Innes rd and Victoria Ave and 13
acres homestead block
Thursday 12 October 1893
Accidents & Fatalities - 055
TANI - Samson, age 5, drowned at Whare
Kaho, near Whitianga.
WARRINGTON - Alfred, age 22 drowned in the Taieri
Friday 13 October 1893
Farewell - 057
BULL - Mr, at Church of Christ ---
will leave for the West Coast ----
Farewell - 059
DAY - Mr W.A. transferred to Wellington branch of
the NZ Loan & Mercantile Co. ---- more ---
Saturday 14 October 1893
Accidents & Fatalities - 065
BRADBIN - G. an elderly man, carpenter form
Tairua --- broken arms ---
LANGLEY - Evelyn, dau. of a fisherman at
Waikanae, drowned in a drain.
JOHNSTON - Elizabeth Jane, age 3, of Oema,
Oamaru, clothes caught fire ---- died
Property - 067
TAYLOR - Major, fronting Papanui rd.
4acres, 10 roomed house --- leaving for the North
Monday 16 October 1893
Property Sales - 070
HUGHES - Mr, estate, sold 3 sections ---
LANDERGAN - Mrs, estate, Cherry Farm , 20 acres
at Templeton to Mr A.C.Johnston. ----
SAUNDERS - Mr Isaac, estate ----
house & section on North rd
to Mr Rice,
house & section adjoining above, to
house & section in Sewell st, to
house & section in North rd to
house & section in North
rd to Mr Capstick,
1 & 1/2 acres near Mrs Saunders late
res. to Mr G. Simpson.
Presentation - 071
CANE - Mr, leaving the School of
Art ----- presented with an inkstand
Wellington - 072
HAYES - found dead in a house on Grants rd ---
Tuesday 17 October 1893
Accidents & Fatalities - 074
BUCKLEY - Arthur, suffered fatal injuries riding
a horse at Ellerslie racecourse ---
MACARTHUR - Daniel, -- died today ---- age
MUNK - Percy, son of Richard, gored by a
wild cow at Kaukapakaps ---- died --
Letters of Naturalization - 076
CLAUSEN - Peter, labourer, Papanui.
ERIKSON - Edward, fisherman, Irwell.
FUCHS - Elise Sophie, teacher, Christchurch.
GROFSKI - Francis, farmer, Marshland.
MEYER - Cord Henry, farmer, Halswell.
NUNCIATI - Antonio, fisherman, Leeston.
RASMUSSEN - Andres, farmer, Le Bons Bay.
Wednesday 18 October 1893
Wedding - 078
& 079 & 080
BLAIR - RHODES - Capt. Hunter Blair to Emily
Rhodes, ---- very long write up.
Property sale at Timaru - 082a
ROSS - Lot 2 of D.M.Ross bankrupt estate to
Messrs Morrow, Bassett & Co.
Thursday 19 October 1893
Death - 083
BIRD - A.E. ("Sir Lancelot") a sporting
writer, died ----
Fatalities - 085
BUCKLEY - Arthur, at Ellerslie racecourse
CRAWFORD - was killed bush felling at Fielding
GARROWAY - John, was burned to death to death
--- at Dunedin --
PHILLIPS - George, drowned in the Molyneaux
river near Clyde, -- leaves a widow and 2 children.
Dunedin - 086
KENNEDY - James, died last week, a very old
soldier enlisted in 1826 ----
SUTHERLAND - Rev. J.M. of North Taieri, is
seriously ill, -- not expected to live.
Probate - 087
LEVIN - W.H. to his widow the sum of
----- to his aunts, Rose Howe
(widow) Sarah Levin (spinster) Miriam Levin
(spinster) all of London --- lots more ----
Wellington - 088
LEVIN - William Hort, funeral write up
Timaru - 089
REVELL - Mr W.H. ex-resident magistrate
and warden for Westland --- died ---
Friday 20 October 1893
Wellington Wedding - 092
HAMER - Mr T. secretary to Premier, was marr. to
Miss Dolamore of Reefton ---
Saturday 21 October 1893
Auckland - 093
BAILLIE - Mrs Ann, her dau. and her son --- boating
acc. 5 persons drowned -- lots more ---
Returned - 094
BASSETT - Thomas, of Messrs Morrow, Bassett &
Co. has with Mrs Bassett been on holiday in the Old
Country, returned to Christchurch on Thursday.
Auction - 096
MACKLE - John, 303 acres at midway between Kirwee,
Darfield & Kimberley, --- leaving the district.
Fatality - 097
PETERSON - seaman &
MIDDLEMAS - mate, drowned -- the ketch
"Bound to Win" while entering Port Stephend struck by a
heavy squall ---
Accidents & Fatalities - 098
ROSS - Alexander, of BNZ, Amberley,
thrown from his horse and fell on his head --- serious
McLEOD - John, a farmer at Waikoikoie, died today
from injuries -- kick from a horse -- age 50 leaves a
wife but no family.
Auction - 099
SMITH - Wm, jnr sell
quarter acre with a perfect cottage of 6 rooms,
greenhouse with heating --- few minutes walk to city
Fatality - 100
WRIGHTSON - Miss, while visiting her brother in
law at Guyra, 386 miles north of Sydney, tragically died ----
Monday 23 October 1893
Dunedin - 101
ADAMS - John, a bill-sticker, died suddenly
on Sat. inquest death from natural causes.
Partnership Notice - 104
HAMILL - George and
JOHNSON - Walter, trading as Hamill &
Johnson, Land and Estate Agents, has been
dissolved from 22 Sept. ------
Fatality - 105
TOZER - a child 12 days old, dau. of Mrs
Emma, died suddenly ----- Addington Cemetery
Auction - 106
YOUNG - E.C. moving from Christchurch,
sell, at his res. 104 Hereford st, Linwood -- long list
of chattels ---
Tuesday 24 October 1893
Inquest - Auckland - 108
COWAN - John, age 65, born Scotland -----
Shorthand Examination - 109
Misses Marion Wray, Ethel Hart,
Mabel Young, Louise Caro, Mabel Martin,
Blanche Sorrell, Amy Hart, Millie Doggett.
Messrs - W. McNamara, W. Wray,
J.H. Robinson, John Loe, Leonard Loe.
Accidents & Fatalities - 110
BOYES - Margaret, age 14, died suddenly at
Caversham, Dunedin, ----
GREEN - Mr M.W. an ex NZ legislator, severely
injured in Adelaide ---
TETLEY - Samuel, a shearer, drowned on Sat. while
crossing the Wairau river ----
Letters of Naturalization - 111
BARRETTA - Frederico, quarryman, Sydenham.
GRIESHABER - watchmaker, St Albans.
HERBERT - John, butcher, Sydenham.
LeLIEVRE - Eugene Louis, sheepfarmer, Akaroa.
MANGELS - Johann, farmer, Tai-Tapu.
OBERHUBER - John, fisherman, Leeston.
RUGSTED - Carl Jorgensen, shunter, Papanui.
WILLIAMS - John Henry, master mariner,
Fatality - 112
SUTHERLAND - Rev. J. M. died suddenly last night.
Land Sale - 113
WILSON - Mr J. Blighs Rd, Papanui
sold homestead and 13 acres of land.
Wednesday 25 October 1893
Accidents & Fatalities - 115
EVANS - John, head miller at Anderson's flour mill --
died -- leaves a wife and child 5days old.
EVANS - Arthur, salesman at Hill & Sons ,
hatters, single of Wellington ---
LIDDEL - Mrs & Miss, of Winton,
and 2 young children went for a drive -- horse bolted,
no real injuries
Dunedin - 116
HUTCHISON - Mr, prop. Prince Alfred Hotel, a
saloon passenger by the Waihora from Bluff found dead in his
berth on Saturday ----
HUTCHISON - Thomas, died during the voyage
to Melbourne, a well known volunteer, and champion shot of the
Colony ---- was delegate from the Druids to the Grand
Lodge in Victoria.
Thursday 26 October 1893
Creditors meeting - 119
CORLETT - Alfred, of Woodend, storekeeper,
---- lots more ----
Accidents & Fatalities -
Auckland - 120
BAILLIE - Miss & James bodies have been
found -- Auckland
HOGG - Constable
Dunedin - 120
EVANS - Josiah, accidental death returned.
Christchurch - 120
SNODGRASS - Andrew, a painter, ----
narrow escape from serious injury ---
Friday 27 October 1893
Nelson - 122
LEVIEN - Robert, merchant, died -- age 57 ---
lived in Nelson for last 27 years.
Bankruptcy - 123
McJARROW - labourer, Southbridge, --- lots
Saturday 28 October 1893
Accident - 124
BEAUMONT - George, at Lyttelton, a piece of
glass cut his face ----
Property for Sale - 126
McPHEDRAN - D. retiring, part of original
Racecourse Hill Estate, 511 acres,
Inquest - 127
MOXHAM - Mrs Samuel, ---- death by misadventure
Property for Sale - 128
MURPHY - John, who is going to Cheviot, 78 and
3/4 acres at Elgin, 5 miles from Ashburton -- 5
roomed house ---
Monday 30 October 1893
Auckland - 5 persons drowned - 133
BAILLIE - Mrs Ann, her daughter and son, Jamie,
friend Mrs Herd --- bodies not yet
Boating Fatality - 134
HARPER - Ernest & Daniel Bradley,
F. Charles, and J. Mortlock, left Heathcote in an open
boat for Sumner --- more --
Accidents & fatalities - 137
YOUNG - a girl is supposed to have drowned at
Cambridge, her hat was found ------
Tuesday 31 October 1893
Accidents - 138
DANN - Joseph, a boy, sustained a deep cut
on one of his legs -----
LAWSON - a man, became ill after eating cockles
at Sumner -----admitted to hospital.
Naturalization - 140
ALLERE - Allen, labourer, Akaroa.
BUCHLY - Maria Barbara, farmer, Papanui.
FERON - Peter, dealer, Halswell.
HANSEN - Hans Chastensen, farmer, Brookside.
MAEARHOFF - Christian, farmer, Lincoln.
MARTIN - Peter, night porter, Linwood.
MEYENBURG - Fredrich Wilhelm, blacksmith,
OSTERHOLT - Frederich, farmer, Tai-Tapu.
PETERSEN - Hans, platelayer, Temuka.
TOBECK - Johann Albert, farmer, Tai-Tapu.
ZIMMERMANN - Johannes, labourer, Lincoln.
Fatality - 141
ROLLINS - John, found dead near his aunts house
at Purakanui ----
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