South Canterbury NZ
Cyclopedia of New Zealand 1903.
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A B B cont. Allan, Andrew 993 Bain, Kenneth Burns 1008 ** Bracefield, George 1007 Allan, Robert 1020 ** Bainfield, (Major) John Hichens 984** Bristol, Samuel Alford 1021** Allen, Percy Glover 1014** Bardsley, William Julian 974 Brodrick, Thomas Noel 978** Amyes, Edward Burton 999** Barratt, John 1021 ** Buchanan, George 1021 Anstey, John 1028 ** Beck, Alexander 1019 ** Buchanen, Samuel 987 Archer, Oakley 971 ** Bell, Alexander 984 Budd, Alfred 995 Asquith, Harry Rushworth 1002** Bowie, T Guthrie 1008 Burnley, William Frederick 993 Austin, Edward Ernest 974 Bowker, Charles 994 Butler, George 976 ** Bowker, George 994 Buttle, Rev. Joseph Newman 987 C D E Cabot, Thomas 1020 ** Dale, Philip 1022 Eiby, Peter Waldemar 1017 Caldwell, David John 1011 ** Dalgety & Co Ltd 1012 Ellis, Godfrey Wentworth 1030** Campbell, William Grant 1020 ** Davidson, Andrew MacKenzie 970 Ellis, Joseph Jnr 1018 ** Chapman, Thomas 1021 ** Denny, Henry Harland 1004 ** Evans, William 974, 1015 ** Chivers, Charles 1027 Dixon, William Colston 999 ** Christian, Annie (Nurse) 982 ** Donaldson, Charles Edward 11006 ** Clark, Francis 1008 Drew, Healey Vicars 991 Clarkson, Capt. Thomas Nicolson 974 Dryden, Douglas Dixon 991 Clements, Guy 1008 Collins, C. F. 985 ** Cotterill, William John 1027 ** Cox, Norman Kershaw 991 ** Courtes, William Arthur 1017 Craigie, James 969 Croll, William Grundy 1008 ** Culliman, Friedrich 1022 ** Currie, James 1004 F G G cont. Farlie, Rev. Thomas 1028 Gabites, Arthur 1002 Grandi, John James 971, 998 ** Ferrier, William 995 Gabites, George 1022 ** Gray, Melville 994 Foster, Philip 996 Gabites, Dr. George Edward 981 ** Green, Arthur Pennefather 992 Fraser, Alexander 1017** Geaney, Humphrey 1009 ** Gresson, Cuthbert Henry 991 Gibson, John Shelton 1023 Griffiths, Robert Stewart 1003 Gilchrist, Walter 1010 ** Guiness, Edwin Rowland 975 ** Ginders, Bartram Percy 991 Gunn, William 987, 991 Gow, James Gibson 984 ** H J K Hall, Emil 996 ** Jackson, James Edward Stokes 994 King, James 976 Hamilton, Alexander Ferrier 992,1016** Jackson, John 972, 1019 ** King, John 1017 Hansmann, John Adam 1023 ** Jackson, Rev. Robert 986 Kinnerney, William Edward 990 Harper, Archdeacon Henry William 985** Jefferson, Charles A. 992** Kirk. H. B. 1023 ** Harrison, Joseph Henry 1006 ** Johnson, John Andrew 985 Kelland, Edwin 1030 ** Hart, Andrew 977 ** Jones, Alfred John 1011 ** Kerr, Edward George 988 Hatton, Frederick 1005 Jones, Gus 1011 Knubley, Miles Jefferson 990 ** Hawkey, Tom 970 Jowsey, Mrs 981 Hay, James 989 Jowsey, Thomas 981 Hayes, Alpheus 975 ** Hibbard, Benjamin David 1017 Higgins, Mark 1006 ** Hill, Jacob 971 ** Hilton, George 1014 Hipkins, Josiah 1017 ** Hogg, Richard Bowen 991 Hole, John 996 ** Howell, William Barker 984 Howley, Thomas 989 ** Hunt, William Henry 998 Hutton, John Augustus 997 Hutton, Robert 1028 ** L M M con. Le Cren, Ernest Alfred 993 ** Mair, James 1007 ** Morgan, Capt. John 1004 ** Le Cren, Frederick 1022** Mahan, Robert 995 Mundell, John 1011** Le Cren, Henry John 1022 Manchester, John 974 Munro, William Harold 989 Levien, Jacob 998 ** Marcus, Christian Augustus 979 ** Murdoch, George Grant 1003 Lewis, John 1014 ** Marsh, George Daniel 1024 ** Murdoch, John 1019 ** Lillico, James 1013 ** Mee, John 1012 ** Mills, Anthony 970 Lillico, Thomas Gordon 980 Millar, John Robertson 1018 ** Mills & Co 1016 Lough, Edwin Henry 971 ** Millar, Robert 1024 Moore, Joseph Harold 990 Luxmore, Philip Bouvrie 1024 Miller, William 1016 ** Morgan, Albert William 979 ** Lyall, George 974 ** Mc N O McClatchy, William 1003 Newman, Charles Langstone 989 ** O'Boyle, Neill 1020 ** McKenzie, Alexander Walter 1014 ** Newman, John Paterson 1010 ** O'Dowd, John 996 ** McNab, John 1018 ** Nixon, Charles Stafford 977 Oddie, John Crosfield 991,1008 North, Benjamin 1004 Orbell, Charles Newman 930, 97 Orwin, Reuben 980 ** P R Palliser, Frank 997 ** Rapsey, Edward Havilland 1011 Palmer, William John 1005 ** Raymond, Capt. Frank Archdall 994, 997 ** Parks, John Hayes 997 ** Raymond, Samuel George 990 Parr, William 1005 ** Reid & Gray 1005 Penrose, Edward James 1007 ** Reid, Robert Stuart 991 Penrose, Richard John 1007 ** Rolleston, Francis Joseph 990 Perry, Cecil Thomas Henry 990 Rowley, Thomas Griffiths 991 Pigeon, Alfred 1025 Russell, George Gray 1028 ** Priest, William 970 Rutland, John Bishop 994 ** Pringle, Alexander Campbell 974 ** Pringle, Thomas 997 ** Pringle, William 1030 ** S S cont T Satterthwaite, Thomas William 970 ** Sinclair, Peter 974 Tennant, George 1015 Saunders, Alfred Edward 995 ** Smith, Francis 1010 Tennent, Robert C. 991 Scott, John Charles 991 Smith, John Hancocks 1005 ** Thomas, Charles Ernest 991 Sealey, George John 970 ** Smithson, Samuel Frederick 990 Thomson, Thoimas 1002 Searle, George 1003** South, John Martin 1002 Tobin, William 1004 Sterndale, Charles Holland Thullier 1023** Tooth, Benjamin Rowland 997 Sealy, Edward Percy 1026** Stewart, James 980 ** Tripp, Charles Howard 990 Seybe, Michael, 1027 Stinson, Thomas 986 Tubman, Father 986 Shaw, Charles Reginald 1024 ** Stonyer, H. M. 1012 Turner, Kenneth George 1012 ** Shaw, Dugald 1016 Strachan, James 1025 ** Turnbull, David Clarkson 974 Shepherd, James 1026 Stuart, David 1025 Simmers, George Annard 983 Sutter, James Hutchison 968 Sinpson, James 1030 W V Wallace, Frederick Lawrence 998 Valentine, James Archibald 985 ** Warring, William 979 Verdon, Benjamin 980 ** Watt, Barbara 983 Weathered, John Joseph 979 Webster, Robert 1002 Werry, William 998 ** White, Arthur Bennett 988 ** White, John William 990 White, Moses 1012 Whitehead, Frank Edmund 976 Y Wicksteed, Stewart Tylston 992 ** Young, Jacob 996 ** Williams, William Henry 978 ** Young, James 981 ** Williamson, James 978 ** Young, Thomas Dempster 1016 ** Wilson, Andrew 1011 Wind, Thomas Alfred Harpur 983 Wolf, Sidney 988 Woollcombe, Capt. Belfield 1026 ** Wood, Cecil Walkden 1006 ** Wood, Gordon Parker 987 ** Wood, John 985 Wood, Richard P. 988 ** Worsley, Charles 980 Wray, Charles Allen 989 ** Wroughton, Cecil Frederick Maurice 992
COX, NORMAN KERSHAW, M.D. D.D.S., Dental Surgeon, Stafford Street, Timaru. Telephone 66. Dr Cox was born in Preston, Lancashire, England, in 1869, and is a son of Mr Edwin Cox, L.D.S., dentist, of Auckland. He was educated at King Edward V1 school in Birmingham and learnt dentistry from his father and in America, where he studied for three years. Dr Cox attended Michigan University, where he obtained his diplomas, and afterwards studied for two years in England. He came out to New Zealand and began practice in Timaru in 1893. Dr. Cox, who takes a great interest in athletics, is president of the Colonial Football Club, vice-president of the Rugby Union, and is identified with nearly every club in the district. He has interested himself in promoting the improvement of Timaru, and is secretary of the Timaru Beautifying Society.
DRYDEN, Douglas DIXON, L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., L.M. Physician and Surgeon, Barnard Street, Timaru. DR. Dryden was born at Plymouth, Devonshire, England, was educated and took his degrees in the Old Land and practised for some time in his native place. He arrived in New Zealand in 1892 and was stationed at Fairlie till 1899, when he removed to Timaru.
MR. BARTRAM PERCY GINDERS, Manager of the Timaru Branch of the American Dental Company, gained his early knowledge of dentistry with Mr. A. Hoby, L.D.S. of Wellington under whom he served his apprenticeship. He gained his diploma as qualified dentist in Dunedin, in 1890 and ten years later, after holding various responsible positions, he joined Mr. Speechly in forming the American Dental Company. Mr Ginders is referred to on page 957 of the Wellington volume of this work.
GOW, Mr. James Gibson, M.A., Inspector of Schools for the South Canterbury Education Board, was born in Perthshire, Scotland, in 1856, and was educated at at Taylor's Institute, Crieff, where he afterwards served as a pupil-teacher. He spent two years at the Normal Training College of the Church of Scotland, where he was the most distinguished student of his year, and was the holder of a First Class Queen's Scholarship, which entitled him to attendance at the college with the privilege of taking classes at the University of Edinburgh. A prizeman of the University, he graduated at Edinburgh, where he took his M.A. degree. For eight years he was senior assistant in James Gillespie's schools, one of the great institutions managed by the Edinburgh Merchant Company. Mr. Gow came to New Zealand in December, 1885, by the S.S. "Tainui", and within a few weeks was appointed headmaster of the Waiareka school, near Oamaru. In September, 1886, he was appointed Inspector of schools for South Canterbury. Mr. Gow is a member of the Timaru Bowling Club, and one of the founders of the Timaru Golf Club.
THE REV. THOMAS STINSON, B.A., who has had charge of the Timaru Trinity Church since May, 1902, was born in 1865, in County Tyrone, Ireland. He was educated at the Assembly's College, Belfast, and at Queen's College in the same city, and graduated B.A., at the Royal University of Ireland in 1886.Two years later Mr Stinson succeeded his father, the Rev. John Stinson as minister of Ballyonagrane church, County Tyrone, and he ministered there till 1901. In that year he came to New Zealand, via Australia, and soon afterwards settled in Timaru. Mt Stinson was married, in 1902, to the daughter of Mr Thomas Pringle, J.P., of Armagh House, County Tyrone, Ireland.
SHAW, Dugald, Tea Merchant and Commission Agent: Office, Church Street; Bacon Curing Works, Sophia Street, Timaru.
Mr. Shaw is a native of Argyleshire, Scotland, and was born on the 23rd of November, 1844, at Carradale, Mull of Kintyre. He left his his native place with his parents for Ayrshire and was brought up on the banks of the Doon. On the 30th of November, 1864, Mr. Shaw left Scotland for New Zealand, in the ship "St Vincent", from Glasgow, and arrived at Port Chalmers on the 23rd of March, 1865, the anniversary day of the province of Otago. After a few years on the Otago goldfields Mr. Shaw settled in Oamaru as a storekeeper and served as a volunteer in the in the No. 8 Company Oamaru Rifles, under Captain W.J. Steward, now Sir William Jukes Steward. Mr. Shaw was married, in 1873, to the daughter of the late Mr. A. Moir, Dunedin, and his family consists of two sons and one daughter. He left Oamaru some years ago for Timaru, to start business as a bacon curer, and has carried on the business ever since. Mr. Shaw cures bacon on a large scale for farmers and storekeepers. He has had a long experience in the business and is regarded as an expert, having acted as judge at a number of shows throughout New Zealand; and holds a number of medals for his own exhibits. Mr. Shaw is secretary for the South Canterbury Burns Club, a member of the Caledonian Society, and an enthusiastic bowler.