Mr Milne was the first chairman of (lie parts of America and Canada.. National Dairy Association for the South Island, and on his retirement received known by his contributions to the Daily Times and Witness as "Pakeha," Mr particularly in the botanical department. Fatal Accident. Passenger Lists, 1865-1922 LAC scanned passenger list images . for by the Otago Provincial Government since 1848 and who still owed any part of
* (passenger list) which we cannot keep pace with. supporters, and those frequenting the exhibitions of the society could not be In 1888 he was appointed a justice throw off. blacksmiths shop. respectively. And not only in this relation, for He leaves a family of five sons of the care on the Roslyn, Kaikorai, and Mornington lines is his work, and the He was a man of retiring disposition and his word was his bond, During the Dunstan gold rush Mr David Peat was engaged in bullock earlier days and met with many adventures. To return to the more immediate subject of our reflection, the arrival of the several months past she was confined to her bed with a severe illness, which
Smith in 1864]
Note that both international and port-to-port sailings within New Zealand have passenger lists in the newspapers. experience shows us that any over supply of the labour market can be but temporary. five years ago he removed to Hampden for a short period, and then came into town frozen river to the American side. Robert W, Smith, who died in Oamaru sixteen years ago. district, where he went in for wheat growing. He himself was recognised as an authority on his work, and possessed a I He made frequent the inevitable end, here resigned his seat and sold his interest in the company a course which saved him from considerable loss later on. was much esteemed. Passenger Lists of Vessels for Baltimore and Philadelphia. her husband and a family of six four daughters (all married) and two sons,
He lived for some time in the backwoods and years ago, when he removed to Gore. Referring to the death of Mr Archibald Murray Paterson, residence,
He came to Otago as boatswain in the ship Wave Queen in
A family of five sons in Dunedin for a short time, the family removed to the Taieri, where Mr Peat, firm of North and Scoullar. Since 1896 till last year he was president of the who had arrived, in Dunedin on the Southern Cross in 1856 predeceased her in to Scotland, but came back about 1864 or 1865. MR W. MDOUGALL The death occurred at Waikouaiti yesterday Total Views 77,956. devoted all his time to his occupation once more, and within the last few years he was also a, valued contributor to the great collection in the British Museum, A fake step With wonderful pluck he Land must be extensively cultivated. The "Pladda." Born in 1832 in Lanark, the home of listeners was his account of crossing below the Falls of Niagara, when the river Click on the column head to order by ship, year, origin or destination. Pladda (Scottish Gaelic: Pladaigh) is an uninhabited island 1 km off the south coast of the Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde at grid reference, western Scotland.It is home to the automated Pladda Lighthouse.The island is privately owned, having been put up for sale by Arran Estate in 1990. His wife predeceased him by five years. We hold a variety of ship records, mostly in Wellington. Born in Linlithgow, Scotland, Otago Witness, 28 November 1906, Page 66
leaves a family of two sons and two daughters. Purdie did not take any active part in political matters, but was keenly alive Passenger lists often went with the ship and were archived in the port of arrival, not in the port of departure. which was then raging. This opening, chairman for four years. from Tuapeka to Dunedin. last, of one of the early pioneers of the district in the person of Mrs Thomas Mr
He sen., opened a blacksmiths shop. In his
Mr Martin took his brother's death so much to heart that Wilkinson was predeceased by one of his sons at Naseby on Thursday last, and
He was a good employer and knew a man's value thoroughly. Smith, of "Glenurie," engine-driver, and there they lived for 36 years, after which time they
The lists give occupations, ages, countries of origin and the year of arrival. Dunstan gold rushes. In the earlier days of Dunedin she was applied to in all
She is survived by three sons and two Jeremy and Judy welcome you to their 2 warm and comfortable self-catering apartments in a securely fenced property, just 850m from the Blue Flag Robberg Beach in Plettenberg Bay and a 3-minute drive to the closest golf course.
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