Berry & McAllister

Berry & McAllister
Hawera and Stratford
New Zealand

Succeeded about 1895 Marmaduke George Wallich
Succeeded on 28 August 1898 by Arthur Gungall
also see Berry and Co.

It is notified in another column that Messrs Berry and McAllister have taken over Mr Wallich's photographic business in Regent-street. Mr McAllister has been head re-toucher for Messrs Wrigglesworth and Binns, Christchurch; and Mr Berry was formerly with Mr Eden George, Christchurch, and for the last eighteen months with Mr Wallich.
Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XXX, Issue 2913, 5 January 1895, Page 2

Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XXX, Issue 2915, 7 January 1895, Page 3
This notice first appeared on 5 January 1895

Messrs Berry and McAllister announce that they have sold their business to Mr Arthur Gungall, of Canterbury. Mr Gungall, takes possession on 29th inst., before which payments of all outstanding accounts is requested.
Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XXXV, Issue 4019, 23 August 1898, Page 2

Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XXXV, Issue 4019, 23 August 1898, Page 3

Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume XXXV, Issue 4054, 3 October 1898, Page 4
This notice was first published on 7 September 1898.

The five sons of Joseph George Harkness and Lucy Hodder

their children included:
1876/8910 Winifred Lucy

1877/11105 Constance Alice Harkness
1878/17136 William Vaughan Harkness
1879/15883 Reginald Frank Harkness
1881/12180 Roderick Dickson Harkness
1883/11695 Charles Irvine Harkness
1889/19071 Josephine Grace Harkness
1894/12869 Beatrice Hessel Harkness

CHRISTCHURCH, Jan. 8. An inquest was held concerning the death of Marmaduke Geo. Wallich, a well-known Christchurch dentist, today. The evidence showed that deceased had been in bad health for some time past, and had been suffering from insomnia. A doctor was called this afternoon, and stated he found Wallich suffering from the effects of poisoning; caused by a sleeping draught, aggravated by chronic kidney disease. A verdict was returned in accordance with the doctor's evidence. [The death of Mr Wallich will be learned with much regret by many of the older residents, of Hawera. Mr Wallich was many years ago a photographer in Hawera, and, qualifying as a dentist with Mr A. C. Atkinson, practised his profession, for some years. Later he removed to Christchurch, where he had been in practice for a number of years.]

Hawera & Normanby Star, Volume LXXVII, 9 January 1918, Page 4

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