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England,

England
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Hutt City Library Online Database
Main Title: The Dairy
Imprint: c1932
Notes: 1657
Indexes: E3
Summary: Frank Clive Westbury and Arthur England. 1923 Dodge car cut down as a market garden truck at 37 Walters Street. At that time Walters Street was Cottle Lane. Also C2: E24.
Language: English
Subject: Buildings, A-M
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Marriage Details
1869/5781, Bride: Martha Russell, Groom: George England

Evening Post 12 November 1926
ENGLAND.- On Thursday, 11th November, 1926, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. E. Fisher, Palerman street, Palmerston North, George England, beloved husband of Martha England, late of Lower Hutt; aged 85 years.

Evening Post 10 April 1930
England.- On Wednesday, 9th April, 1930, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. A. McKenzie, Barraud street, Lower Hutt, Martha England, relict of the late George England; aged 76 years. Private interment at Palmerston North.

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Evening Post 19 July 1924
DAY-OLD CHICKS
IF you want to start a poultry farm purchase your stock at

England''s Poultry Farm at Taita. Inspection invited. Only the

best strain sold: White Leghorns, and Black Minorcas, Day-old

chicks, 5 pounds 10s per 100, 14s doz; eggs for setting, at 7s

6d for 15 eggs; incubator eggs at 2 pounds per 100. All orders

promptly attended to. Mrs. E. England, Cottles Lane, Taita

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unsure if same family?
Evening Post 4 January 1879
ENGLAND.- On the 3rd January, Anne England, aged 52 years, the beloved wife of Charles England, farmer, Lower Hutt. Deeply regretted.
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FUNERAL NOTICE
THE Friends of CHARLES ENGLAND, Farmer, of the Lower Hutt, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late Wife, Anne England, which will leave her late residence at 2 o''clock, on Monday, 6th January.
J. H. HUTCHENS,
Undertaker.

Evening Post 21 January 1879
NOTICE
FROM and after this date, all OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS due to the undersigned must be paid to my eldest son, Mr. George England, and all CLAIMS upon the undersigned must be rendered to the said George England, whose receipt will be a satisfaction in full.
CHARLES ENGLAND.
Lower Hutt, 21st January, 1879

Evening Post 11 February 1879
REFERRING to an Advertisement which appeared in the EVENING POST of 23rd Jan., 1879, re the Estate of Chas. England, tradesmen and others are a second tome warned that no accounts will be recognised unless under the order of
GEORGE ENGLAND.
Lower Hutt, 11th February, 1879.

Evening Post 25 March 1879
SINGULAR CASE.
George England was charged with malicious damage, to an amount exceeding £5, to property of Charles England, at the Lower Hutt.
Mr. H. D. Bell appeared for the prosecution, and Dr. Buller for the defence.
Mr. Bell, in opening the case, said that Charles England was a person of weak mind. In January last, Charles England''s wife having died, George England, the defendant, went over to his father''s house and induced his father to sign two deeds — he (Mr. Bell) did not say improperly induced him — making a disposition of his property in his (defendant''s) favor. His younger brothers, unaware of those arrangements, but fearing that such arrangements might be made, applied for a commission in lunacy against Charles England. The granting of the commission was opposed by the defendant, and Mr. Justice Richmond accordingly desired that the supposed lunatic should be seen by himself before the issue of the commission, and his Honor having seen Charles England ordered the commission to issue. Thereupon, the defendant, thinking no doubt that the issue of the commission would result in his being deprived of the property which he had induced Charles England to make over to him, went to the house with an axe and destroyed the range and furniture with the simple object as he (Mr. Bell) submitted of spiting the brothers whose property he had alienated.
At this stage of the proceedings it was arranged that the case should be adjourned until Tuesday next so that tbe result of the commission (which sits on Thursday) might be known.


Evening Post 1 April 1879
The case of George England, who is charged with wilfully damaging the property of Charles England, at the Hutt, has been adjourned for another week on the application of Dr. Buller, in order that the inquiry into the sanity of the prosecuor may take place before the other charge is heard.

Evening Post 15 April 1879
Malicious Injury.
George England was charged with having maliciously injured certain property belonging to his father.
It appeared that the father was a lunatic, and had conveyed his property to the accused who, when his authority was disputed, wilfully injured certain of the goods and chattels.
His relatives now proceeded against him for the offence.
The case was proceeding when we went to press.

Evening Post 16 April 1879
When we went to press yesterday the case against George England for malicious injury to his brother''s property was proceeding. The facts of the case have already been published in the local newspapers Evidence having been taken, the prisoner was committed for trial. He will be tried at the next sitting of the Supreme Court.

Evening Post 10 July 1879
The case against George England for malicious injury to property was concluded in the Supreme Court after we went to press yesterday. Having heard the evidence and the addresses of counsel, the jury retired for half an hour, and then returned into Court with a verdict of guilty. They, however, strongly recommended the prisoner to mercy, on the ground that he had received great provocation. Mr. Bell, the Crown Prosecutor, concurred in the recommendation, and Dr. Buller suggested that the ends of justice would be met if the prisoner were bound over to appear for sentence when called upon. Mr. Bell said he would offer no objection to that if the prisoner would express contrition for his offence and repair tha damage he had done. Prisoner then expressed his regret, and was bound over in his own recognisance of £50, to appear for judgment when called upon.

Evening Post 27 April 1882
TO BUILDERS.
TENDERS are invited until Monday, the 1st May, for the erection of a Cottage, at the Lower Hutt. Tenders to be addressed Mr. George England, Lower Hutt. Plans and specifications may be seen at Mr. S. Stone''s, Bootmaker, Willis-street.

Evening Post 15 March 1898
NOTICE
ALL Fowls found on my property at Taita after this date will be destroyed.
G. ENGLAND,
Taita.
15th March, 1898

Evening Post 5 January 1901
FRIDAY, 18th JANUARY, 1901
At 2.30 p.m.
SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY AT WAIWETU.
MESSRS. LAERY & CO. (Limited), having received instructions from Mr. George England, will sell by public auction at their rooms, 44, Willis-street, as above -
That valuable freehold property being lots 40 and 41 of sections 46 and 47 in the Hutt district, comprising 7 acres 2 roods and 7 perches, and distant from the Lower Hutt railway station about one mile and three-quarters
Improvements include a large 10-roomed house, dairy, stables, storerooms, and other outhouse 3. Splendid shrubbery and flower garden. Unfailing supply of water.
The whole of the property is in a high state of cultivation and free from floods.
Orchard in full bearing, and the gardens are carrying heavy and valuable crops of fruit and vegetables.
The property is accessible by a private road, and has a frontage of about 726 ft to Park Avenue-road.
Splendid opportunity for acquiring a profitable and desirable business residence. A great chance for orchardist or gardener with small capital.
Property has a large prospective value, owing to its extensive frontage and general adaptability for cutting up.
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TITLE, LAND TRANSFER

Evening Post 26 July 1902
WEDNESDAY, 30th JULY,
At 11 a.m. sharp.
AUCTION SALE OF FARM IMPLEMENTS, HORSES, CARTS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, ETC.,
AT NAIAI (sic), LOWER HUTT.
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MESSRS. SIDNEY, MEECH AND CO., have been favoured with instructions from Mr. George England, who has sold his property, to sell at his farm as above-
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Death Details
1901/886, Charles England, Aged: 81Y - Date of Death 28/2/1901 from Death Registration

Evening Post 1 March 1901
ENGLAND.- On the 28th February, at the residence of his son-in-law, J. Lowry, Victoria-street, Petone, Charles England, late of Lower Hutt, in his 82nd year; deeply regretted.
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FUNERAL NOTICE
THE Friends of the late Charles England are invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave the residence of his son-in-law, J. Lowry, Victoria-street, Petone, on Sunday, 3rd instant, at 1.30 p.m., for St. James''s Cemetery, Lower Hutt.
E. H. COLLETT,
Undertaker
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