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ADAMS.
The Queenslander, December 6th 1891 and 16th January 1892.
Joseph Charles David Adams, Butcher, went to Auckland in 1886, and until four years ago received his letters at the Post office there. Sister Emma.

ALLEN.
September 1896.
Ann Allen of Dudley, was last heard of at Dunedin, New Zealand in 1867. Daughter asks. ( father dead )

ALLWELL.
Otago Witness, 10th February 1909.
Joseph Allwell, born Dombrain, County Wicklow, Ireland, left Blackwall for Lyttelton, about 1880, in the ship "Lady Joselyn" worked foir Pat Burke in Christchurch and last seen at Chertsey in 1882. A sum of money awaits him, any knowledge of his whereabouts will be gladly received by James Travers, Rakaia, Canterbury.

ARCHER.
25th October 1891.
Castille Stephen Archer, in 1874 wrote from Christchurch, New Zealand. His aged father seeks him.

ARNEY.
June 1896.
Charles Arney left England for New Zealand 2 years ago. Cousin (F B) asks.

ATKINS.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
News wanted of William Atkins, known as Buck Atkins, who lived at 61 York Cottages, Low Valley, Darfield, about 11 or 12 years ago and afterwards married and leaving with his wife to join the latters parents in New Zealand. Any infomation concerning him will be gladly received by John Pickering, care of Editor.

AUSTIN.
June 1890.
William, Richard, Thomas, or Joseph. If anyone knows the whereabouts of either of these 4 brothers, please let them know that their sister Phillipa wishes them to write to her. Address: Mrs Phillipa Terrill, Napier Hotel, Napier.

AYLES.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Ellen, nee O'Brien, formerly of Edward Street, City Road, went to New Zealand 16 years ago, Brother Edward asks.

BACON.
The Queenslander, December 6th 1891 and 16th January 1892.
William Bacon, sailed for New Zealand from Blackwall about 1851. A nephew writes.

BAKER.
Herald, 1st August 1914.
Walter Baker, of Eltham, New Zealand, was in Dunedoo, NSW, 1911. Anyone knowing the same, send to C F W, 9 Nugent Street, Auckland.

BARDEN.
November 1896.
Barden (Nano), sailed from Liverpool about 18 years ago, either for Melbourne or New Zealand. Brother William would be glad of news.

BATCHELOR.
Herald, 25th August 1914.
Estate of William Henry Batchelor, Deceased , late of Sydney, formerly of Blackheath, New South Wales. The children of the aboved named are requested to communicate with the undersigned, giving full particulars of their identity.BR>T W Garrett, Public Trustee, Sydney. New South Wales.

BAXTER.
6th October 1894.
Mrs Baxter, n�e Alma Jones, was last heard of on the 4th of October, 1892, as Miss Alma Aubrey, serio-comic vocalist, G.P.O., Wellington, New Zealand. Her mother longs for news.

BELL.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
News wanted of Henry Bell, who left Nottingham 43 years ago, last heard of keeping a Hotel. His brother Charlie Bell asks, care of Editor.

BETHELL.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
John Bethell was working as a Porter in flaxmill at Hoputarua, New Zealand, 2 years ago, believed to have been at Lyttleton 6 months later. Mother asks.

BISHOP.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, 8th June 1895.
Thomas Bishop, last wrote when his mother died twenty years ago, giving his address: Gourie, West Taiere, Otago, New Zealand. Sister Emma seeks him.

BIRD.
Canterbury Times 21st June 1911.
News wanted of George Bird, a Joiner, who was formerly with Mr H Boddy, Victoria Terrace, Brooklyn, USA, but now believed to be in New Zealand, last heard of 7 years ago, A E Inman asks, care of Editor.

BISHOP.
November 1896.
Susan Bishop went to Wellington, New Zealand, about 1874. Sister Agnes asks.

BLACKMAN.
25th October 1891.
Charles Russell Blackman, went to New Zealand with his niece about 14 years ago. Sister Annie.

BORRIE.
Herald, 21st September 1914.
Mr J Borrie, of Aranga, please call at Herald Office for letter, at once. Southern.

BRADY.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, January 2nd, 1892.
Thomas Brady, before going to New Zealand five years ago, resided at 9 Alice Street, Victoria Docks, London. Sister Kate.

BRERETON.
June 1896.
J T Brereton, Builder, of Pendleton, went to Wellington, New Zealand in 1877; last heard of in New York 3 years ago. Brother G inquires.

BRITTON.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
The address is sought of John Britton, formerly of Auckland and Nelson, and now believed to be in Wellington. William Andrew Gray, care of Editor, Canterbury Times.

BROWN.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, 8th June 1895.
John Brown, sailed from London Docks in the "Royal Dagne" on the 16th August, 1871, with a young gentleman named Lafield, of Moulton Hall, Yorkshire, bound for New Zealand. Father, brothers, and sisters seek him. Mother is dead.

BROWN or CABLE.
November 25th, 1894.
John Brown, of Ipswich, has not been heard of for twelve years, but is believed to be in Auckland, New Zealand. Father and sister Annie would like news.

BROWN.
1897.
Alice Brown of Blackheath, married and went to Wellington 20 years ago. Nurse Fanny asks.

BUCKINGHAM.
Herald, 11th September 1914.
William Buckingham, late of Alberta, Canada, kindly communicate to brother George. Address- c/o Ribblesdale, Vincent Street, Auckland.

BURMESTER.
September 1896.
Henry Burmester was last heard of in Canterbury, New Zealand, in June 1873. Nephew asks.

BURNS.
The Bulletin, 29th December, 1921.
John , Niece in California seeks news of John Burns, born Limerick, Ireland, about 1834; or of his Relatives. Write "BURNS," c/o Charles Haines Advertising Agency, Wellington.


BYFIELD.
The Queenslander June 30th 1894.
Mrs Martha Byfield, is most anxious to hear from her son, John Byfield, and daughters, Mrs Caroline Reardon and Mrs Martha Bayliss, who went to New Zealand twenty-two years back, last known to be in Dunedin, 1886.

BYRNE.
Herald, 14th September 1940, Estate.
Any person or persons having information, regarding any of the undermentioned persons, are requested to communicate with the District Public Trust.
Patrick Bryne, Burn or Burns.
Thomas Byrne, Burn or Burns, and his son Roy Byrne, Burn or Burns.
Mary Byrne, stated to have died at Panmure, Auckland.
Kate Reynolds, nee Byrne, stated to have died at Sydney, NSW.
James Byrne, stated to have died in Australia, 1913 or 1914.

CALAGHAN.
November 25th, 1894.
Edward and Kate Hogan, left Kilfinnane, County Limerick, Ireland, for New Zealand thirty-two years ago. Brother Thomas asks.


CAMP.
September 1896.
James Camp was last heard of in Hilton, Canterbury, New Zealand, in 1877. Brother Ben asks.

CARR.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Richard Carr, a French Polisher, lived in Wellesley Street, Auckland, New Zealand, until 8 years ago, when it is thought he removed with his wife and family to Stratford. Father asks.

CHARLES.
October 1896.
Jessey Charles, James Charles would be pleased to hear from his brother, who used to be in business as a Coal and Wood Merchant in Charles Street, Blue Town, Sheerness, but afterwards worked as a labourer in Ipswich.

CLIFFORD.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
News is sought of Mrs Clifford, who left Wensbury, Staffordshire, 35 years ago for New Zealand. Her sister, Mrs Appleby asks.

COOK.
The Queenslander June 30th 1894.
Polly Cook, left Arthur Street, Small Heath, Birmingham, about fourteen years back to join a Mr Hemmitt in New Zealand. Sister Alice, who is very ill, inquires.

COOPER.
October 1896.
Robert Cooper, was in Canterbury, New Zealand, 3 years ago. Sister, Mrs Connor asks.

COX.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, January 2nd 1892.
William Henry Cox, last wrote from Christchurch, New Zealand, two years ago. Sister Annie.

CURTIS.
Herald, 4th September 1914.
Richard Curtis, please communicate with Messrs Gittos and Uren, Solicitors, Shortland Street.

DAVIDSON.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Clara Davidson, nee Tilly, wrote from Mokopeka Station, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, 1904. Sister asks.

DICKSON.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, November 3rd 1894.
George Dickson, Butcher, left Poplar for New Zealand, August, 1880, in the ship "Warimid" last heard from in 1889. Sister Sarah.

DOWNHAM.
The Queenslander June 30th 1894.
Tom Downham, went to New Zealand about fifteen years ago. His brother John would like to hear.

DOWNING.
6th October 1894.
William Anthony Downing, left Hill Top farm about 10 years ago for Christchurch, New Zealand. Sister Sarah asks. Brother John dead.

DUPRE.
The Queenslander, 28th November 1891.
George Dupre, a Jerseyman, last heard of from Adelaide about six years ago, was ? Auckland. His cousin, Lydia Dupre seeks tidings.

EDWARDS/PARKER.
See Parker/Edwards.

EGAN.
Information required concerning Minnie Egan, marriage name unknown, late of Manchester, England and Wellington. CPO Airey. HMS Philomel. Seeking. 9th July 1923.

FARRALL.
September 1896.
Ambrose Farrall was employed at Riverside Station, Martinborough, Wairarapa, New Zealand, when last heard of. Mother asks.

FIELDING.
25th October 1891.
Mrs. John Fielding, 7 years ago was addressed "Post Office, Waika...?Township, Otago, New Zealand." Her cousin Sarah Pett seeks her.

FLEMING.
June 1890.
Mary Ann, last heard of in Oamaru, kindly write to your mother at Young Street Adelaide.

FORD.
The Queenslander, December 6th 1891 and 16th January 1892.
John Ford, quitted Drury Lane for New Zealand about nineteen years ago, and was last heard of at Canterbury, New Zealand. Brother Jeremiah.

FULLER.
Herald, 3rd June 1922.
Bessie Fuller, married name unknown, last address, Mangatipara, Morrinsville. Present address wanted by Mrs Ethel Machin, 62 Wright Street, Wellington.

GAPPER.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, January 2nd 1892.
Thomas Gapper {"R.Fisher"} went to New Zealand on 4th May 1847. A daughter asks.

GARTON.
The Queenslander, 28th November 1891.
Edward Garten, house painter, sailed in the Wild Duck for Wellington, New Zealand, in 186? and was last heard of in Brisbane. Brother ? [maybeTom].

GATLING.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Henry Gatling, was at Port Chalmers, New Zealand, 1882. Sister Nellie asks.

GEORGE.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Edward George was at Christchurch, New Zealand, 1882. Niece Ellen asks.

GERICKE.
June, 1890.
Henrich Christopher, son of Christopher Ludwig Gericke, was a Salvation Army soldier in Lyttelton. News wanted of him. c/o SA Christchurch.

GLASS.
Herald, 3rd June 1922.
If Alfred Duncan Glass, formerly of Hawkes Bay, and last heard of in Palmerston North, in the year 1917, will communicate with the undersigned, he will hear something to his advantage. Anyone who can give any infomation as to the present whereabouts of the above named, if alive or the date and place of death, if he is deceased, is requested to communicate with the undersigned. Gittos, Uren and Gregory, Solicitors to the estate of John Glass. 31 Shortland Street, Auckland.

GOUCH.
Herald, 3rd July 1914.
Any person knowing the address or whereabouts of Fred Gouch, Painter and Decorater, please communicate with Wilding, 413 Herald.

GREEN.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, November 3rd 1894.
Amelia Green, left London about twirty-two (sic) years since for New Zealand. Brother William who was in India twenty years, now inquires.

GREGORY.
1897.
John Gregory was on a farm near Auckland a year ago. E Gregory asks.

GUTHBERLET.
25th October 1891.
Charles Guthberlet, Pastrycook, was last heard of in Belgierie Street, Akaroa, New Zealand. A sister asks.

GWYNNE.
Herald, 27th August 1914.
Anybody knowing whereabouts of Albert Gwynn or Ranford, nee Gwynne, kindly communicate E A. 398 Herald. Important News.

HAIDEN.
June 1896.
Ambrose P Haiden left Port Adelaide on January 3rd, in the ship "Nile" for Auckland, New Zealand, going thence to New Castle, New South Wales. Son William in South Africa seeks news.

HAMILTON.
Herald, 26th September 1914.
James (Steel) Hamilton, son of Mrs Jane Hamilton, late of Minnivey Farm, Dalmellington, Scotland, or any other person who can give any information, regarding his whereabouts, are requested to communicate , giving particulars for identifcation purposes with Andrew and Addison, Solicitors. Ayr, Scotland.

HARKNESS.
Herald, 27th May 1915.
Information wanted of William Harkness, formerly of Tauranga, and his sister Margaret. Write to J B and R H Twigg, Solicitors, Cookstown, Ireland.

HARMER.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, 8th June 1895.
Jabez Harmer, left Chilham ten years ago for New Zealand, and was last heard from on the 9th July, 1893, when working on one of the boats running from New Zealand to Melbourne and Sydney, letters addressed, G P O Auckland. Mother is anxious.

HASELDENE.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, 5th May 1894.
George Haseldene, last heard of in July 1892, from Melbourne; supposed tohave gone to New Zealand in a private yacht. His relatives are anxious, as the vessel is said to have foundered.

HAWLEY.
Albert Hawley, born West Yorkshire in 1874, went to New Zealand some time before 1910, after serving in South Africa in the Boer War. He spent at least two years in the Crushington/Reefton areas mining for gold and quartz and was last heard of in 1910. He apparently then left the area for Wellington but was never heard of again thereafter. Not known whether Albert ever married or had children."
From: "DM Hawley" [email protected]

HEDGES.
The Queenslander, 28th November 1891.
Eliza Hedges, when last heard of in August 1880, was living in Quinn Street, Wellington, New Zealand, sister Rose.

HENDRY.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
John Hendry, and his wife Mary, nee Neilson, left Lanarck for Dunedin, 27 years ago. Niece Jane asks.

HEWITT. Sarah May, (nee Dart) 1914. Niece of Frederick Morgan, who died Intestate at Normanby on the 5th of April 1909, will hear something to her advantage by communicating with the Public Trust, Wellington.

HILL.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Eliza Hill, formerly of Newbury, Berks; went to Hobart Town, New Zealand, 1850, last heard of 5 years later. Daughter asks.

HOLLOWAY.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
News is sought of John Charles and Emanuel Holloway, or any of their relatives, who left England about 50 years ago. Their brother Alfred Holloway asks, care of Editor.

HOPPING.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, 8th June 1895.
C Hopping was last known to be living in Bamford Street, Woolston, Canterbury, New Zealand. brother Tom and his mother asks.

HOSKINS.
The Queenslander, 28th November 1891.
John Hoskins, and his wife and his family are anxiously sought by their sister Mary. They left for New Zealand in February, 1850, and John was employed at Lambton Quay, Wellington.

HOWARD.
1897.
Mrs Howard ("Hearne") was in Christchurch 15 years ago. F Herring asks.

HUGHES.
Herald, 19th October 1916.
Luke Prospect Hughes, son of the late John Martin Hughes of Molong and Lithgow, in the state of NSW Australia, or any person knowing his whereabouts, kindly communicate with the undersigned. Last known address" Royal Roller Rink" Auckland. NZ. P.F.A. Kinna, Solicitor, Molong, NSW Australia.

HUTCHINGS.
September 1896.
Jack Hutchings left Brixton for Wellington, New Zealand, in 1883, has not been heard of since. Relatives ask.

JAMES.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
News wanted of the relatives of George James, who sailed in the "SS Feshire" in 1842 for New Zealand. His son George of NZ asks, care of Editor.

JARVIS.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, 8th June 1895.
Mark Jarvis, went to Dunedin, New Zealand about twenty-nine years ago, in the ship "Chili" last heard of living in Rose Cottage, Sister Phillis asks.

JERREY.
The Queenslander, December 6th 1891 and 16th January 1892.
Henry Jerrey, arrived at Otago, New Zealand, about 1861, and his last letter from Canterbury, in 1870, spoke of going to the Cape. Sister Emma.

JOHNSON.
June 1896.
Thomas Johnson sailed for Dunedin, New Zealand, in January 1895. Eleanor Richardson, mother inlaw, asks.

KEARNS.
September 1896.
John George and Thomas Edward Kearns are inquired for by sister Ellen. John went to Dunedin, New Zealand, in 1874; and Thomas was last known to be living in Wales about 1886.

KENDALL.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, January 2nd, 1892.
Joseph Kendall, formerly of Northampton, went to Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, some twenty years ago. Brother Thomas.

KERNICK.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, 15th June, 1895.
Louisa, nee Sudwell, went to Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, 15 years ago, and was last heard of by name Oliver in 1882. Sister Polly and Aunt Howard seek her.

KERR.
Herald, 3rd August 1914.
Will Lilias or (Lily) Kerr, or anyone knowing her address, please communicate with Jessie at the Herald Office. Important information concerning Uncles Will.

KILLICK.
Herald, 5th September 1914.
Will Mr H Norman Killick, please call for letter at Belmont Hotel. Important.

KING.
Herald, 8th September 1914.
E D M King, of Royal Terrace, Kingsland, desires to thank Dr P M Keller for his untiring attention, during his recent severe illness.

KING.
October 1896.
Elizabeth King left Blackwall 40 years ago for Nelson, New Zealand. Sister Mary has no tidings of her for 19 years.

KIPPIN.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
News wanted of George Edmund Kippin who left England on the "SS Athenic" for New Zealnd in March 1908. Last heard of working on the "SS Manapouri" trading between Fiji and Australian ports, father John Kippin asks, care of Editor.

LANGHORN.
Herald, 13th August 1914.
Anyone knowing address of Charles Langhorn, late Creamery Manager for Goodfellow Ltd, please communicate with R Collin, Silverdale.

LEVY Joseph, 1914. Merchant and Barge Owner. Last heard of in Auckland about 30 years ago. Anyone knowing his Whereabouts kindly communiate with J Birne. PO; Carlton, NSW.

LEWIS.
November 25th 1894.
Edward Lewis, was addressed Otipopo, Otaga, New Zealand, when last heard of. Mother asks.

LONG.
November 1896.
Fanny Long, of Lauton, Oxen, went to New Zealand 20 years ago. Brothers son asks.

M'CORMACK.
The Queenslander June 30th 1894.
William James M'Cormack, last wrote to sister Mary on the 19th June 1890, at Mahakipawa, Picton, Marlborough, New Zealand, He was going to a goldfield in Western Australia.

MACGREGOR.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
News wanted of Walter Macgregor, formerly a Seed Merchant in Leith, about 40 years ago, care of Editor.

MACLEAN.
October 1896.
Walter Graham MacLean, of Milngavie, Glasgow, left Alexandra, New Zealand, for Coolgardie, Western Australia. Mother wishes to know of him.

MATRAVERS.
Herald, 4th April 1923.
Irene Ruby Matravers, formerly of Regent Street, Hawera, Taranaki. North Island, New Zealand (or if deceased, her next of kin) is requested to communicate at once with Ernest J White and Company, Solicitors, 24 High Street, Bath. England.

MAYNARD.
June 1896.
Henry and Mary Maynard ( Mary Ball ) emigrated to New Zealand in 1873; last heard of 1874. Brother Henry Ball inquires.

McCORMICK.
June 1896.
William James McCormick was heard of in, Mahatapana, Picton, Marlborough, New Zealand, in June 1890, then about to go to Western Australia. Sister Mary Foley asks.

McCORMICK.
June 1922.
If Aaron Robert Bell McCormick, last heard of in Auckland about 2 years ago, will communicate with the District Public Trustee, Hamilton, he will hear of something to his advantage. Anyone knowing his present whereabouts is also requested to communicate with the above-named.

McVEIGH.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
News wanted of Samuel McVeigh, who left Potaferry, County Down, Ireland, about 30 years ago, and sailed from London in the ship " St Leonard " for Wellington, New Zealand, and not since heard of. His brother Robert asks, care of Editor.

MILES.
25th October 1891.
Martha Miles, sailed for Adelaide, in 1860, and in 1863 lived in Osmond Terrace,.........wood?, Wellington, New Zealand. Brother George.

MOORE.
The Queenslander, 28th November 1891.
John Moore, late of Ballyshannon, Donegal, Ireland, and Sergeant in the 68th Light Infantry, went to Australia or New Zealand. Sister Anne.

MORENU.
June 1896.
Mary Morenu went to New Zealand in 1867/68, last heard of at Christchurch. Brother Godfray's widow asks.

MORGAN.
The Queenslander June 30th 1894.
Alfred Morgan, of Leeds, sailed for New Zealand nineteen years since. Mother and sister ask.

MORLAND.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, 27th October, 1894.
George Morland, left England in 1841, last heard of from New Zealand in 1853. Brother Edward asks.

MURPHY.
Herald, 22nd August 1914.
Kitty Murphy, nee Goode, sister of Bridget and Annie Goode of Sydney or anyone knowing her whereabouts are requested to communicate at once with J A Thompson, Solicitor, AMP Chambers, 89 Pitt Street, Sydney, New South Wales.

MURRAY.
1897.
Richard Murray left Edinburgh for New Zealand about 35 years ago, was at Romford 30 years ago, sister Agnes asks.

NAYES.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, January 2nd 1892.
Maria Ada Nayes, has not been heard of since she went to Auckland in 1887. Sarah Arnold inquires.

NEW.
Herald, 14th September 1914.
Frederick Ackworth New, formerly of Carndu, Trefusis, near Falmouth, England. If the above will communicate with the undersigned, he will hear something to his advantage. Any person who can give any information as to the present whereabouts or the death of the above will be rewarded. Apply to Gee, Solicitor, at 6 Saint Stephens Ave, Bristol, England.

OFFWOOD.
25th October 1891.
Richard Offwood, 12 years since removed to 25 Ropely Street, Amberley, Canterbury, New Zealand. His daughter Carrie inquires.

O'REILLY.
Herald, 15th September 1914.
Edward O'Reilly, aged 25 years, please communicate with mother and sisters, Mrs T Ferguson, Grassmere, 127 Palmer Street, Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria.

O'SULLIVAN.
The Queenslander June 30th 1894.
Mrs Dennis O'Sullivan, sailed in the "Golden Sea" for New Zealand on 21st July 1874, last heard from in 1881 at Carlyle, Patea. Her aged mother and sisters desire news.

ORR.
June 1922.
Jessie D Orr, from Scotland, please call at Johnstons for letter.

PARKER/EDWARDS
June 1922.
Will Mrs Parker nee Lettie Edwards, formerly of Marjoriebanks Street, Wellington, please write urgently to, 49 the Herald.

PINK.
25th October 1891.
Robert Pink, on 10th March ....?, was at the Clarendon Hotel, Waverley, near P.......? New Zealand. His father is very anxious to hear from him, will pay his passage back.

PONTON.
6th October 1894.
James Moody Ponton, gave his address 4 years ago, care of Mr. Logan, Coachbuilder, Wanganui, New Zealand. His mother has written several letters,but has had no reply.

POOLE.
6th October 1894.
James and Annie Poole, are inquired for by sister Johanna. James was at Bunnetts, New Cross, 20 years ago, and Annie went to Wellington, New Zealand, 22 years since.

RALPH.
September 1896.
Charles Ralph,last heard of about 2 years ago, in New Zealand is sought by Uncle.

RANKIN.
Herald, 19th October 1916.
Will Murray Rankin, late of Ihakara, Levin, write to The Old Man, Address P.O, Raetihi.

REDMAN.
June 1896.
William Redman, Stonemason, when last heard of, in 1862, was in Auckland, New Zealand. Nephew inquires.

RICHARDS.
The Queenslander, Brisbane, January 2nd 1892.
Frederick Charles Barnard Richards, sailed for New Zealand in the "Aorangi" on 14th January 1885, and on 7th February, 1887, sent his last letter from Auckland. His mother would be glad to hear of him.

RIORDAN.
November 25th, 1894.
Mary Riordan, who left her home at Glenbeigh, County Kerry, Ireland, nine years back, was last heard from about 1886, when a barmaid in the Star Hotel, Wellington, New Zealand. Sister Hannah inquires.

ROBINSON.
Otago Witness, 13th January 1909.
Paul Middleton Robinson, formerly of Waiuku, Auckland, is urgently requested to communicate with the undersigned, when he will learn something to his advantage. Any information to the whereabouts to the aboved named, who was last heard of 30 years ago in the Otago district, and was then about 28 years of age, will be thankfully received. Wynyard and Skelton. Solicitors Auckland.

ROGERS.
Canterbury Times , 21st June 1911.
George Rogers, left Salisbury, for New Zealand 50 years ago. Grandson asks.

RONEY.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
News wanted of William John Roney, a farmer, native of Woodgrange, Downpatrick, Ireland, last heard of in Papakura Valley, Auckland, New Zealand, about 2 years ago. His sister, Mrs Elizabeth Maria Breen asks, care of the Editor.

ROSE.
June 1896.
Charles Rose of Holbeach, went to Australia about 40 years ago, last heard of at Blackstone diggings, Otago, New Zealand. Brother William inquires.

ROSOMAN.
Herald, 23rd September 1914.
Lenard Rosoman, last heard of in Auckland, anyone knowing his present address, kindly send to 67, Herald Office, as he will hear something to his advantage.

ROWLEY.
6th October 1894.
John Capper Rowley, Painter and Plumber, native of Lichfield, left his home in Pleasant Street, Burslem, Staffs. in 1871; last letter from Sydney, N.S.W., 6 years ago; he is believed since to have gone to Auckland, N.Z. Daughters Ann, Louisa and Ellen ask.

RUBLEY.
June 1896.
William Rubley left Coventry and went to New Zealand in 1875, last address in 1877 was the Bruce Hotel, Canterbury. Sister Hannah asks.

SCRINE.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Arthur Enos Scrine, Carpenter and Joiner, wrote from Queens Hotel, Oamaru, New Zealand, 10 years ago, saying that he was going further up Country. Brother William asks.

SEARLE.
September 1896.
Samuel and Richard Searle, left South Brent, Devon, about 1839, sailed from Plymouth for New Zealand; last heard from 30 years ago. Brother Robert and sister Elizabeth ask.

SHARPES.
September 1896.
Richard Sharpes, left Liverpool about 35 years ago; last heard of in Auckland, New Zealand. His Grandson inquires.

SHEPHERD.
25th October 1891.
James Shepherd, wrote from Otago, New Zealand, in 1884. Sister Sophia.

SHERMAN.
September 1896.
Mary Ann Sherman, nee Taylor and her husband left Hereford 23 years back, to go to her Uncle, Mr Barker, Clergyman, in New Zealand. William Davies asks.

SIMONS.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
News wanted of Saul Simons, a Cabinetmaker, who left Manchester in 1903, last heard of at Ingersoll Street, Wellington, New Zealand. His sister Mrs L Barnett asks.

SLAYMAKER.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Thomas Walter Slaymaker, a Tailors Cutter, left Kensington 18 years ago, for Christchurch, New Zealand. Sister Jessie asks.

SPENCER.
1897.
William Spencer was living in Dunedin in 1885. Brother Richard asks.

STREHLER.
Herald, 24th August 1914.
Notice to relatives - Rosa Strehler of Hittnau, born March 8th 1853, daughter of Hienrich Strehler, and Suzanna, nee Gasser, went early in 1880 from Basel to New Zealand. She has not since been heard of in her native country. Her Relatives, Friends, or Children (if any) who can give information are hereby required to announce themselves within 12 months of this date: February 24th 1914, to the County Court Office of Pfaffikon as otherwise the demise of Rosa Strehler will be assumed and the amount of 550 frs which was in her Trusteeship will be accorded to the nearest heirs known here - In name of the County Court, the County Clerk, J Keller, Pfaffikon, Zurich.

STEVENSON.
Herald, 4th July 1914.
Margaret Stevenson, a daughter of Marion Payne, formerly of Oatlands in Tasmania, deceased, left Tasmania a number of years ago and subsequently lived in Otago, New Zealand, under the name of Margaret Eyres, is required to communicate with the Registrar of the Supreme Court, Tasmania, at Hobart, Australia on or before the 31st July next, in order to participate in the distribution of the estate and efects of Jane Martin, formerly of Hobart, aforesaid widow deceased. It is requested that any information as to the present whereabouts of the said Margaret Stevenson, or of her next of kin, be sent to the Registrar.

STICHBURY.
The Queenslander, June 30th, 1888.
John Stitchbury, father dead, any person informing me the whereabouts of the above named, or satisfying me as to his death of the same, will be rewarded by James Stitchbury , Auckland, New Zealand.

SUMMER.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
George Summer, was living at Topekio, New Zealand, 17 years ago. Nephew Henry asks.

TAYLOR.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Frederick Hammond Taylor, was last heard of, 12 months ago, at Auckland, New Zealand. Sons Alfred, who has met with a serious accident and Edwin ask.

TERRY.
Herald, 27th October 1952.
Would John Howard Terry, who left Australia in 1928, for New Zealand, or anyone knowing his Whereabouts, please communicate with Wilson, Henry, Sinclair and Mulvihill, Solicitors, P O Box 130 Auckland, when he will hear something to his advantage.

THOMAS.
6th October 1894.
George Thomas, sailed from Auckland, NZ, to England in the Iderziglar, but went back again; last seen about 28 years ago. Brother Henry asks.

THOMPSON.
The Queenslander, December 6th 1891 and 16th January 1892.
James Thompson, sailed in the steamer "Triumph" for Wellington, New Zealand, on 25th September 1883, and in May 1887, wrote from Greytown, Wairarapa. Brother Joseph asks.

THORBURN.
November 1896.
Alex Thorburn, of Wigtown Shire, last heard of in New Zealand, is sought by John Thorburn.

TILT.
Herald, 1st July 1914.
Information of the exact whereabouts, is desired by the undersigned of Henry Wilfred Tilt, a young French Canadian. Should this meet his own eye, he is requested to communicate with the undersigned or his mother. He will then hear of something to his great advantage, re his deceased fathers propery. Gormacey and Tilt, Solicitors, Younge Street, Toronto, Canada.

TUNMER.
6th October 1894.
William Tunmer, born in Suffolk, late of Rotherhithe, Surrey. His sister Louisa is anxious for his address in New Zealand.

TURKINGTON.
September 1896.
James Turkington, was last heard of at Pourerere, Napier, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, in January 1882. Brother Dave asks.

TURNER.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Andrew Turner, a Gum Merchant and Storekeeper was living in Otatka, New Zealand, 8 or 9 years ago, niece Cissie asks.

UNDERWOOD.
September 1896.
Frank Underwood left Wood Green for New Zealand in 1886, last heard of in New South Wales in 1893. Mother asks.

WALL.
Herald, 27th May 1915.
E.A.H. please write to brother George, address care, Daily News, New Plymouth.
WALKER. June 1914. Joseph Walker who left Rowell or Rothwell and resided in Auckland write to Rothwell. 221 Herald.
WARD. Wanted known, the whereabouts of Alfred Ward, age 24 years: left England for China, suppposed to have landed in Australia April 1913, anybody knowing his whereabouts are requested to contact G Newlands, Brunnerton. NZ.
WEIPPERT.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Corunna and Emma Weippert, went to New Zealand 1863. Sister inlaw asks.

WELSH.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Joseph Welsh, left Deansgate, Manchester for Auckland, New Zealand, 20 years ago. Parents ask.

WILLIAMSON.
Herald, 2nd July 1914.
Will John Williamson, of Christchurch, Canterbury, send his proper address to his sister. Mrs Erskine, Castle Kennedy, as letters that she sends to him are returned to her.

WILLIS.
6th October 1894.
Benjamin Willis, went to New Zealand in the Otago about May, 1872. His father is very anxious for news.

WOOD.
The Queenslander June 30th 1894.
John Wood, of Deptford, went to Australia in January, 1866; last heard of from Auckland, New Zealand, seventeen years ago. Sister Fanny asks.

WOODHAM.
The Queenslander, 28th November 1891.
Arthur Woodham, who quitted Sydenham about 1876 for New Zealand, is believed to be in Australia. His brothers, George and David seek him.

WRACK.
Herald, 4th July 1914.
Re William Stevenson Wrack, late of Whangarei, New Zealand, Deceased: Wanted urgently (if living) Charles Stevenson Wrack, late of Auckland, New Zealand, Warder, son of the above, who left the Dominion for Australia early in 1907, and was last heard of at Sydney, where he may of worked or gone under the name of Charles S Wright. If dead information leading to proof of his death is sought by Hammond and Cracknell, 4 Wyndham Street, Auckland

YATES.
Canterbury Times, 21st June 1911.
Walter Yates, wrote from the General Post Office, Christchurch, New Zealnd, 1901. Sister Eva asks.

ZIEPE.
25th October 1891.
Charles Ziepe, about 21 years ago wrote from Post Office, Westport, West Coast, New Zealand. Sister Martha.