Past - Lyttelton Times
- 1858 - January to June
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Saturday 2 January
Assignment - 001
COSIER - Henry Charles, of London st,
Lyttelton, Lemonade, Sodawater and Ginger Beer
manufacturer -- assigned to Arthur Bayfield of
druggist and Samuel Gundry of the same
TURNBULL - John James of Norwich Quay,
Lyttelton, storekeeper, ---------
Foundation Stone of New Government Buildings - 002
The Christmas holidays are extended to Wednesday when the
Foundation Stone of the New Government Buildings will be laid.
House For Sale - 003
CHELTENHAM HOUSE -
- a boarding house with stable, cow-shed,
Dairy and other out buildings on 1 acre of land
---- Mr Hamlett ----
Wednesday 6 January 1858
Foundation Stone - 004 & 005
The ceremony performed today of the laying of the foundation
stone of the new Government offices
----- and the order of the procession to form
at the church ------
9 January 1858
Fatality Fire - 006
GUNDRY - Mr S.
Gundry, whose house is situated at the top of Canterbury
street, was burnt to the ground on Friday morning,
--- child of 2 years,
granddaughter and daughter of Mr E.C.Latter, died
---- lots more ------
13 January 1858
Thank You - 008
GUNDRY - S.
thanks for the kindly for the assistance so kindly and
promptly afforded him by his fellow-townsmen at the late
16 January 1858
Wellington - Death - 009
Daniel, Esq, late Acting Judge on the 8th.
Notices - 010
PARKES - Mr Horatio
Parkes ceases to represent or to any way be connected with
the firm of Wilson & Co.
WOODHAM - Francis,
do not hold myself responsible for any debts after this date by
my wife Ann Woodham nee SEAWOOD
30 January 1858
Inquest - 012
HUNT - William,
farm labourer, was killed ------ accidental
Saturday 13 February 1858
Okain's Bay - 013
All persons found pig hunting on the runs of Messrs PRIEST, HOUGH and
HURLEY in Okain's Bay will be
24 February 1858
Died - 014
EDWARDS - Mr
George, died on the passage of consumption.
Wellington - Shipping News - 015
Ship Hastings -
Carrew, from London, anchored on Monday night.
sailed from Gravesend 18 November -- 77 days from land to land
Barque Cresswell Captain
Barnett, arrived last Sunday left London 14
October via Nelson, landed 60
passengers -- Mr George
Wednesday 10 March 1858
For Sale - 017
MACKIE - Rev.
Charles, situated on the Stanmore Road, 10
acres, on eastern side of Christchurch --
family home, --- well stocked with fruit
Transfer - 018
COLLIER - Mr J.
has transferred his bakery business to Messrs Gibbons & Chapman ------
they intend to carry on in all its branches ------
Death - 019
Te HONE MEKI - (in
English John Mason) the funeral of aged about 10
years living in Port Levy --------
for Publicans Licenses for the Province of
Canterbury - 020
Applications for general
licenses - 020
Davis - Rowland
& Richard, publicans, Canterbury Hotel,
Compton - George,
hotel keeper, Mitre Hotel, Lyttelton.
Heaphy - William
- hotel keeper, Universal Hotel, Lyttelton.
Collier - John,
publican, Albion Hotel, Lyttelton.
Day - George,
publican, Canterbury Arms, Sumner
Scott - Samuel
Francis, publican, Robin Hood Taven, Lyttelton.
Cameron - Peter,
storekeeper, Robin Hood Tavern, Lyttelton.
Ballard - John,
publican, Golden Fleece, Christchurch.
Day - George
Frederick, publican, Kaiapoi Hotel, Kaiapoi.
Felton - Joseph,
ferryman, house in own occupation, South Bank of River
Pearce - Edwin,
barman, Heathcote Arms, Ferry Road, Christchurch.
Robert, publican, Heathcote Arms, Ferry
Thomson - John
B. settler, the Royal Hotel, Christchurch.
Samuel, sawyer, house near 7 mile peg. North
Hart - Michael B.
publican, White Hart Hotel, Christchurch.
John, publican, Plough Inn, Riccarton.
Papprill - Joseph
W. publican, Sawyer's Arms, Papanui.
George, publican, Ferryman's Arms, Kaiapoi.
William, publican, Kaikainui Hotel, Kaiapoi.
Cain - Henry,
storekeeper, house in own occupation, Timaru.
Coxhead - Edwin,
builder, Royal Oak, Christchurch.
Fraser - John
Marchant, publican, Northern Hotel, Kaiapoi.
Foster - Thomas
Wilberfoss, farmer, Lion Hotel, Rangiora.
William, hotel keeper, the Commercial Hotel, Akaroa.
Gibbs - Samuel,
hotel keeper, Bruce's Hotel, Akaroa.
William, hotel keeper, Peninsula Hotel, Akaroa.
Applications for Wine and Beer
Licenses - 020
Haskins - Francis
Thomas, storekeeper, Papanui Store, Papanui.
William, confectioner, house in own occupation,
Edward, farmer, house in own occupation, Kaiapoi.
Eleanor, lodging house keeper, house in own
occupation, Armagh st, Christchurch
Cook - Thomas,
lodging house keeper, house in own occ. Cashel street,
Applications for Conditional
Licenses - 020
William, ferryman, house in own occupation North
Bank, river Rakaia
Parlby - George
H. publican, The Woolpack, on the Selwyn.
Leith - John,
publican, house in own occupation, at the Kowai.
Donald & Duncan, publicans, house in own
occupation, Salt water Creek.
Giles - John,
bushman, Orari river.
Joseph, bushman, Arowenui river.
For the purpose of considering the above applications a general
meeting of the Justices of the Peace for the Province will be held
at the Police Office, Lyttelton,
on Tuesday 4th May at 11am. and an adjourned meeting of
Justices will be held atthe Court House in Christchurch on Tuesday
11 May at 11am.
Kaiapoi - land for sale - 021
BESWICK - S.
occupying, dwelling house and 4 acres of land for sale
at Kaiapoi ------
Notice - 022
CLOUD - Thomas,
will not be responsible for debts of his wife Jane Cloud
Partnership dissolved -
MACDONALD - Wm
K., & Angus, stockholders at Orari, in the district of
Timaru been dissolved by mutual consent ---
Notice - 024
DEARING - Mr T.
is commencing business in the butchering line on Saturday 1
May --- Lyttelton.
Notice - 025
LIBEAU - Joseph, no
credit to his wife Mary Ann Libeau ----
Akaroa, 17 April.
Licenses - 026
same as 10 April 1858 with the addition of a couple of
Head of Akaroa Harbour -
WILLIAMS - James, has
taken the Travellers Rest, Head of Akaroa
Saturday 1 May 1858
Notice - 028
ROSS - Captain
John, late of ship "Hashemy" all claims against the
estate of ---
Notices - 029
TEMMEL - F.
informs the public of Lyttelton he has commenced business as
Tailor at the shop lately occupied by Mr McCardell in Oxford
Saturday 8 May 1858
Notice - 030
Charles, give notice that from this date will not be
responsible for debts of my wife ------
Inquest - 031
STOKES - John,
son of Mr Stokes, Harewood road, died by falling when in
a fit into the river Purarekanui --- more -----
Missing - 032
Henry, per "Seringapatam" from Bristol to Melbourne
left there per Gazelle
in charge of sheep will find his brother Fred, of
Death - 033
William, on Thursday master of the chooner Lady of the Lake,
Wellington, died suddenly on board of his vessel
Inquest - 034
C.C. died at his station 6 miles from Christchurch on Sat.
morning, aged 40, son of Colonel Hasslewood, an officer in
East India Co. ----
Rakaia District - 036
HASSLEWOOD - his
death has caused a vacancy in the representation of your district in
the Provicinal Council ----
ROSS - George,
has offered himself for election ------
Dissolved Partnership -
SADLER - W.C.A.
HANMER - George,
Conveyence Propreietors at Kaiapoi -------
Inquest - 037 and
Hunrich, a German, died --------- more
Property Sale - 038
Dr, property at Charteris Bay, lot 1, of 100
acres with house, and adjoining pasture of 420
acres, sold to Messrs Bradley
for 1,030 pounds.
Fatal Accident - 039
SEFTON - Arthur
Edward, aged 3 years 3mths, died of
burns at Okain's Bay last Tuesday ----
Partnership Dissolved - 040
SLEE - Frank,
as butchers in Oxford tce, West,
Thank You - 041
HIRLEY - Peter,
son of Timothy Hirley, wishes to thanks all my friends in Port
Cooper for the kindness they showed my poor boy Peter,
illness in the Hospital and after his decease ------
Dissolved Partnership - 042
George, under the name Messrs Leake & Tayler, of
London st, Lyttelton, storekeepers, ------
Missing Person -
Spencer Perceval, who sailed from Gravesend on 6 July
1856 in the ship Marriner, for Wellington
----- will hear something to his advantage.
Death - 045
NELSON - late of
Governor's Bay was found in the bush, on the hills overlooking
Cashmere last Sunday -- has been missing for 3
be held today.
12 August 2011
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