Macdonald Dictionary Record: William Berjeu Pauli

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One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for William Berjeu Pauli. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: 1. P. 203 B81R.J.E1 Pauli , William Beren was a retired naval officer, though app aren1ly still a comparatively young man when he arrived at Wgtn. . with his wife. Charles Panie Pauli , the friend of Samuel Butler was his brother and may have travelled out with him. He arrived at Wgtn 16 .4.61 by the Bosworth (capt. Nicholls and also on the ship was John Markham Carter with his wife; they were already friends or they became friends on the O gage. Another passenger was J.J. Loe later of Leeston and Pali and Carter were Witnesses at the marriage of Loe to Eliz Hall soon after they landed. Pauli (referred fo as Lieut) went across to to Sydney and got back to Lylt in the Lord Ashley 29.5.61. He took another rip cross in July 61 Pante and Carter and their wives were prent at the Ball given at the Ch.Ch. Club. 17.10.61. They bought at about this time fos sections out of Double Corner Stati on amounting to 1034 ac. Pauli was Pres. of the Kowhai Ploughing marily 2.9.62. Their parl . was dissolved Nov. 62 . Carter carried on and died soon after and Mrs Carter then canned on tell Frank Courage bought her farm - Seadown . in '72 Panth was appointed auditor of the Saltwater Aceh Navigation n Co. S4pt. 63 He moved to Rangiora and started a dairy farm of 57 ac. It was advertised for sale Feb. 68 with house cottage and dairy. The whole of his LT. 16.4.62 : 15.8.62 : 9.11.62 : 9.9.63 : 10.12. 64: 2 8.1.68 : 22.2.68 :; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
Marks/Inscriptions: W.B. Panti P. 203 dairy cows in milk Jan 3 He was appointed Res Mag. at Kaiapoi during '64 and in '65 melded Rangiora in his duties . When presented to the Gov . in Jan 67 he was referred to as Commander" He presided ner a meeting at Leithfield at which it was decided to hold a monthly market on the English plan in 64 . various monty markets were started but farmers preferred a sale held by a firm of auctioneers and stock agents (whis had the burden of collecting ) the money.) Although he sold his dau, herd he still had a house at Rangi ora close to the Bush - sounds like Tor blesses . When it wors known that he was going to retire from the position of R.M. a farewell dinner was given to Capt Pauli y some of his friends at the Plough Hotel Rangiora. G.L. hee of Stoke presided with Dr. Dudley as Vice. Songs and toasts passed the 4 cessna evening . G.C. Mellish succeeded him July 68. He was elected a member of the Ch.Ch. Club in '61. His wife was contributor to Literary Foundling s which was a collection got together for a sale in ard of the Ch. Ch. Orphanage Pioneer" . 1.6.12 says he built the first homes toad at t scam dean, Described as lieut Pauli it was announced that he was to accompany LT. 16.6.68 : 1.4.69 : 5.11.69 : 26.11.6 4 : 1.6.61. 25.1.68 resting Jones : Ch.Ch. Club. Minus. LT. 22.5.69; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
Marks/Inscriptions: F. 203 F.A. Weld to Western Aust. as riv1ate sec. (L. 3 , soon after it was Announced that he wars to Command A yacht which was to tour the world visiting places f interest. The party were to be naval officers. When at Rangiora he was active in the affairs of St Johns.; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer




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