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BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
. Race week over, the bowling season has \ settled down into its stride and inter-club games com- menced last Wednesday when the first: mid-week pennant match? re- sulted in a: win for Upper Hutt against Victoria ClubV Results are as follows :— R. - Mudgway, Gibbs, Biggs, Brown (s), win. Greig, Cook,- E. Mudgway, Quinn (s) tic. r . Club games last Saturday re- sulted in - a win for (1) Palmer, Hercock, Braid, Mumby (s), versus Smith, Cook, Barkman, Quinn (s). (2) Reynolds, Goodwin, Greig, E. Mudgway (s), defeated Cropp, Wimms, Kerr,- Rudge. (s). Friendly games were also play- ed on Sunday "when entries for singles and pairs; championships of; the Club were" closed, after a day's'grace, had been allowed late entrants,- The Match Committee is anxious to get things started and rule's for closing .dates and times 'will, be rigidly enforced, as there will be so many extra, activi- ties in the bowling world due to Centennial arrangements. • ~"
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
(To the Editor)
Sir, —As a resident of the dis- trict, T wish to enquire what has happened to the "Swimming Bath" at Maidstone Park, has it gone astray or is it like some of the other promises we have heard from time to time, such as a new fire station, ladies' rest-room, and decent roads. I am quite sure that if our late .Mayor had been spared, he would have seen that the baths were gone on with. Your little paper has certainly neglected the opportunity of pushing'-what-I and many--"others thought, would have been a great asset to the Borough, more so* than an Aviary or Motor Camp. I have been given to under- stand that the Education Board were prepared to assist in build- in sr the baths to the amount of £200! Probably the Council will got going on the question so that by the next summer there will be a swimming bath., in the Park. Now then, Councillor Poison, as Chairman .of the Reserves.' what about' it? Yours, truly, "Lover of Swimming."
ANNUAL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
'■.' , '!The ladies of Guild, who for months past, have been preparing, held,'. their Annual Bazaar on Saturday afternoon last. r '''-:. ..„. The Vicar/Rev. N. E._Winhall. gave a short address, after which he called upon Mrs. Peters, ex- president of the 'Gujld, who now at to- declare the Bazaar open. Throughout the afternoon, the stall-holders were kept biisy sup- plying the needs of their custom- ers./ "' .'-. The Giiilcl members wishes,: to specially thank all those who con- tributed or helped in any way.to-
wards the success of the after- noon, such assistance was greatly appreciated. The following ladies of the Guild carried out the duties of stall-holders :— Cake: Mesdames Collins/Kemp, Heifrord, Neighbours; Produce: Mesdames Fortune, Whiteman, Ashf ord; Handkerchief: Mes- dames Howe and Miss Gallagher; Fancy: Mesdames Benge; Needle- work : Mesdames Findlay, Harp- er; Jumble: Mesdames" Thomas, Tucker; Gipsy Tent: Mesdames Wakelin, Miss Watson, Miss L...
CRICKET. SECOND INNINGS STAND. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
SECOND INNINGS STAND.
In the"A" Grade, Upper--Hutt met Bell Park at Petone on Sat- urday last. In the first innings, the local team could not cope with the deadly '' in-swingers " of Me- Cann, and were dismissed for a meagre. 38 runs. In the second innings, however, against a r hot bowling attack which had lost little of its vigour, Upper Hutt batted with deter- mination and enterprise, surpris- ing Bell Park which had to be content with a two-point win. In the "C" Grade, Upper Hutt was routed ! by Epuni, the form of the locals in4his match being too bad to be true. Details are:—r "A" Grade v. Bell Park. Upper Hutt 38.and 137 (Allardyce 42) : Bell Park 110 (Wynyard 31). Bowling: for Bell Park, McCann, 6 for IT and 3 for 29, Wynyard, A for 4,and 2 for 18, White, 2 for ; 27. Bowling for - Upper Hutt: Francis, 4: for 46, Allen, 3 for 7, -Keeble, 2 d or 19. " C Grade v. Epuni: Upper Hutt 65 (Newport 20) and 40 for 6 wickets: Epuni 212 for 8 de- clared (Hudson • 41/ ...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
At least two of the teams will be playing on Maidstone Park this week, and, according to reports, the wir-kets are in first-class con- dition, v' v '-.- Once the Upper Hutt teams get accustomed, to the new type of cricket they are experiencing, they should - prove hard to beat, as the district possesses many promising players.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Mr. J. Purvis, our Hospital Board representative, informs us that the Orthopaedic work is in- creasing so rapidly in the Hutt Valley that further assistance is now available -ats the Lower Hutt rooms. He wishes the Upper Hutt people to make full use of the visiting masseuse, who now visits the homes attending young chil- dren; This -is a service he; has, asked for for a considerable f time from the Board and is now avail- able. A further request made-by Mr.: Purvis was for a full-time ortho- paedic Surgeon to visit the Hutt Valley, "and we are now pleased to inform our readers that- this service is now available at the Lower Hutt rooms. Dr.. W. S. : Robertson, the newly-appointed full-time senior, visits this clinic where appointments can be made.
COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
Councillor Poison stated that he had been to the Park on two occasions recently arid he was quite pleased with the-way the men work over there. - The Health Inspector reported one ease of infectious disease. The Mayor stated that the Transport Department had grant- ed a taxi stand at Trenthamj without consulting the Council. The Town Clerk in reply,- stated that the. Chief Traffic In- spector had been to the office and -stated they would put the' stand where the Council required it, in the meantime it was only tem- porary. Councillor Richardson enquired if Dalgety & Co. had carried out any improvements to the sale- yards as promised. ■ The Town Clerk stated they had "not replied to their letter, so it was decided to give them a re- minder. ~
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939
-A CHRISTMAS CAROL
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R.S.A. ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939
The local R.S.A. Rooms which, - during the past three week-ends have been opened to members of the Special Force, was a scene of ' animation ori Friday < evening, when the troops were entertained for over an hour by the Rhythm Boys. The musicians under the leader- ship of , Les. Mcßahdell, kept things going with old-time favour- ites, also some of the more recent music successes. Other kinds of amusement were also provided, in- cluding table tennis, quoits and Housee, Housee. Throughout the evening, the special ladies' committee provid- ed refreshments and a very enjoy- able time concluded at 10.30 p.m. The R.S.A. Executive are grate- ful to the lady helpers who put their time in at the rooms, thus helping the boys.
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939
As advertised the Upper Hutt Salvation Army will be holding their Anniversary services on Sunday and everyone will be assured of a hearty welcome. Lieut.-Col. arid Mrs. Scotney will be there at all services. On Monday evening a bright and entertaining Concert will be given in the hallt
THEY SAY? THEY SAY—WHAT DO [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939
THEY SAY? THEY SAY—WHAT DO
(By the Listener.)
THAT some • members of the Borough Council are certainly "busy bees" as they are assisting to build the Motor Camp at the Park.
THAT it would be very inter- esting to know what the Chairman of the Reserves Committee thinks of his "staff."
THAT it is hoped when the Motor Car Camp is completed the same 'bee" will carry on with the Swimming Baths.
THAT Upper Hutt got through Guy Fawkes without having to call on the 'assistance of the Fire Briagde.
THAT Mr. Ben Roberts, M.P., was in the district on Friday last.
THAT Hazelwood's have a large' assortment of Academy pat- terns in stock.
THAT the ladies want to take advantage of their advertising offer and select the kind of pat- terns' they require for their kid- dies' summer rig-out.
THAT a well-known sports- man's son has the cage built now for the bird.
THAT readers are reminded that Rose Day will be held to- morrow (Friday).
ROSE DAY APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939
ROSE DAY APPEAL.
The Annual Rose Day Appeal organised by the Returned Sol- diers' Association will be held to-- morrow (Friday), and residents are asked to help the local Branch by purchasing their emblems locally. All monies collected go into a special fund which is divided up among various allied organisations as well as the Returned Soldiers' Association. It is then redistri- buted to the various branches to assist any Returned Soldier sick or up against -it, and we may say that there are many returned men who are breaking up now. Twenty-one years ago, Armist- ice was signed, but to-day more and more Returned Soldiers are breaking iip through those strenu- ous war years. Although their disabilities cannot be put down directly _ to their war service (otherwise a war pension would be provided), we know that the war is responsible. Therefore we appeal to all to sive generously and thus help the boys who, nearly a quarter of a century ago gave all.
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S DIVISION FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S DIVISION FARMERS' UNION.
- The Monthly meeting of the Upper Hutt Women's Division of the Farmers' Union was held re- cently at the home of Mrs. Tay- lor, , Stokes Valley. Mrs. Haw- thorne presided over a splendid attendance of members. Mrs.- Hughes gave an interesting talk on her travels in connection with the Associated Country Women's Conference. She was presented with a beautiful posy of flowers by- the President. The competition for the month (best shortbread) was won by Mrs. W. Clifford, Miss Nancy Keys gaining second place. The hostesses were Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Dalton.