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From: Elaine Mattsen <>
Subject: HB Herald, Mon. May 1, 1893
Date: Sat, 17 Jun 2006 10:02:59 +1200
From: Judy Weller
Subject: HB Herald, Mon. May 1, 1893
Apr. 28 - Southern Cross, s.s., from Wellington.
Apr. 29 - Kiwi, s.s., from Wellington.
Apr. 29 - Orowaiti, s.s., from Gisborne.
Apr. 29 - Kahu, s.s., from Wellington.
Apr. 29 - Tarawera, s.s., from Northern ports. Passengers - Mesdames BROADBAT, PARKER, and GOLDFINCH and family; Misses SCOTT, HEALY, KEITH, and CHISSELL; Messrs ELERIG, PIGGOTT, BROADBAT, BEAMAN, FRASER, MORMER, O'SULLIVAN, LEVER, RIGG, LONSDALE, CALVAN, CARROLL, GOLDFINCH, MOORE, and HOBBS; 12 steerage.
Apr. 29 - Fanny, s.s., from the coast.
Apr. 20 - Australia, s.s., from Northern ports. Passengers - Miss SOLLITT; Messrs SMITH, BROCKS, PICKERING, FRASER, ESPIE, and BIDDLES; 3 steerage.
Apr. 30 - Waihora, s.s., from Melbourne and Southern ports. Passengers - Mesdames FRANKLYN, and CAMERON and infant; Misses KELLY, FRANKLYN, HELMORE (2), and PATCHETT; Messrs CASTOR, M'LEAN, PATCHETT, DUCKWORTH, WEBENDORFEN, PHIPPPS, and DAVIS; Master PATCHETT; 20 steerage.
Apr. 28 - Fanny, s.s., for coast stations.
Apr. 29 - Kahu, s.s., for Wellington.
Apr. 29 - Kiwi, s.s., for Wellington.
Apr. 29 - Southern Cross, ship, for Wellington.
Apr., 29 - Southern Cross, s.s., for Northern ports.
Apr. 29 - Tarawera, s.s., for Melbourne and Southern ports. Passengers - Mrs GRAHAM and family; Misses M'CALLUM, WATKINS, SMITH, and CONNELL; Messrs JULL, LANDSDOWN, REDPATH, IRVINE, and H. WILLIAMS; 8 steerage.
Apr. 29 - Orowaiti, s.s., for Westport.
Apr. 30 - Waihora, s.s., for Sydney and Northern ports. Passengers - Mesdames MENDLESON, PAYNE and infant, SEALY, and LANDMAN; three Sisters of Mercy; Misses PAYNE, ROSIE, RERS, M'RAE, and COLLISON; Messrs WILSON, TELSHEAD, RALSTON, M'ARTHUR, ASHCROFT, HUNT, BOULT, JAMES, SMITTON, STEINBERG (2), OLSEN, WINGER, FRENSON, BAKER, TUKE, WILSON, BRACKEN, COLLISON, TURNER, LEE, DAVEY, WAIKPIS, STOCK and son, JULL, and WILLIAMS; 15 steerage.
MAHER - At Hastings, on April 30th, Mina the wife of John MAHER, aged 36 years.
The funeral will leave her late residence at 2 p.m. to-morrow (Tuesday). S.T. TONG, Undertaker.
At the R.M. Court on Saturday, before Mr TURNBULL, R.M.,
Henry MARSHALL, from the country, pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness, and was dismissed with a caution.
The man Charles CRAWFORD, whose arrest on a charge of larceny from the 'Bus Company's offices was reported in our issue of Saturday, was later in the day brought before Mr TURNBULL, R.M., and charged with the offence. On the application of Inspector EMERSON, accused, who was represented by Mr CRESSWELL, was remanded till Wednesday.
William Rex ROSE, alias Charles William DAWSON, was arrested yesterday morning on a charge of forgery. It is alleged against him that he forged a cheque upon the National Bank for £5 in the name of John Davis ORMOND. He subsequently went into Mr NEILSON's shop and bought a cheap watch, offering the cheque in payment and receiving change. The cheque when presented was found to be a forgery. He will be brought before the R.M. this morning.
Mr Maughan BARNETT presided at the Cathedral organ yesterday for the first time, and played at both services. The new organist is evidently an excellent musician, and he produces really beautiful harmonies as accompaniments to the services.......
At the last meeting of the Abercorn Lodge R.M. Bro. G. CLARKE, P.M., presented a very handsome P.M.'s jewel to Bro. A. ROOD, P.M., as the gift of several members of the Lodge ho desired to show their appreciation of the zealous and careful working of their late master.......
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