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HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940
Senior:—GC Louper, N. Grigg, N. Wallis, E. Clyde, M Butcher, G-. McDowell,. J.J. Swan, -L. Me-, Mahon, L. Boyd, R. Murray, P. Sutherland and C. McG-hie. . :.? Junior:—H. Watson, L. Clarke, L, Farrow, V. MeGrhie, A. Mc- \ Mahon, L. Falconer, J. Allan,' L. Hinty, N. Edgworth, W. Thomp- son, E. Forrest, T. Williams, and Hill. Thirds Cooke, J. Durham, J. Farrow, J. Golding, F. James, W. Frater, M. Pearce, J. Clark, J. Williams, S. Stewart, R : Trappitt, ■ M. i Kurth r D. Moulder. _ . Members must notify the Secre- tary if unable to play not later than 7 ;p.m., Friday 10th. Messag- es may be left with Mr. Qhase, 201, Upper Hutt. .
COUNCIL NOTES. COMMITTEE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940
V The Works Committee reconi•.'.... mended the following to the Council: —- ■'''"' V That the matter of obtaining a. proclamation for the closing of the". Old Military Road be held over for' discussion at a Special Meeting of the Council. Fortunes Lane—Kitchen Estate: The Committee recommends that Mrs, J. N. Kitchen be notified on behalf of the Kitchen Estate, that the Council will take the] strip of land- lift. 9in. on Fortunes Lane frontage at the value of £45 as set out in the letters of the 14/4/37, 20/10/36, from Messrs. Mazen- garb Hay & Macalister, Solicitors. Power Poles, Footpath, and Drainage: The Committee recom- mends that the District Engineer, Public Wor__s Department, be_ in- vited out to discuss with the Council the setting back of the power poles between Exchange and Ebdentown Streets and also the proposed super-elevation of the bend at this point. Wellington City Council Foot- path Roller Crushing Plant: That the To...
TO MEN ONLY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940
TO MEN ONLY.
We are indebted to one of our readers who supplied.-the follow- ing verse which was published by a Hawke 's Bay paper during the Great War:— . Don't you hear the Empire call- -y V ''.-. '■■..' ." ."' Don't you know the time has come? Don't you feel the red bipod stir'Y ring— ~'' : v , —Stirring at the tap of drum! Where's your manhood ? ■-> Where's your courage 1 ? - Where's your. -pride of British blood? Shall .we, like, the Belgians, perish 'Neath the: hellish Teuton flood! NOW'S, the time! Delay no long- er—-".'■ ■ ■-.' Would you wear the slacker's brand. ; ..MEN! not 'curs, TO-DAY are- needed. Get a rifle in your hand. Over there, in bloody Flknders, Stumbling on, mid crash of gun, Hear your • cobbers cursing,—-call- ing! V Will YOU be the laggard one. Will. YOU slack, in ease and com- fort, i '■ —As the coward only can. Get the khaki on this morning! THEN—by God!—you'll be \A ": MAN! —J.H.M.D.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
THE GEANGE CARRYING CO. LTD. WHOLESALE DEALERS & """ CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76M. Wellington 42-044.
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars. . Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres ahd iOilsi Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT.
THURSDAY, 1 1940.
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
Silverstream Social"Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT GRAND DANCE Good Music. / . Good Supper. Excellent Orchestra. Bus leaves Upper Hutt at 8 p.m. D. A. JACKSON, Hon. Secretary. D - A - N - C -li WAYSIDE CABARET, DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT. Proceeds in aid of R>ed Cross and Order of St. John's Appeal. GOOD DANCE BAND Excellent Supper. T. W. LIGHTFOOT - - Estate Agent Licensed Auctioneer Several Cheap Houses and Sections FOR SALE PHONE 283. ? UPPER HUTT SUB-CENTRE I f RED CROSS SOCIETY AND T X ORDER OF ST. JOHN. J I SICK & WOUNDED f I - APPEAL. 1 t PLEASE TAKE NOTE. t ± CHILDREN'S PARTY, SATUR- f ± DAY, MAY 25th. ± t JUNIOR RED GROSS CON- t ± CERT, TUESDAY, MAY t f 28th, 1940, t t GRAND DANCE, MONDAY, t ± JUNE 3rd. ± f BABY COMPETITION I t NOW IN FULL. SWING. f FLOWERS BY WIRE. When someone dear to you is ill, / Telegraph some flowers. -Nothing else can.do so much, To cheer the lonely hours. —Mrs. R. J. Campbell, Floriste, Birch Street, Upper Hutt. We Telegraph Flowers. .'Phone 765...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
UPPER-HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. . DOG REGISTRATION. Owners of unregisteredi dogs within the Borough are hereby notified that proceedings will be taken in respect of such unregistered 14 days from date hereof. B. -M^WIOI-iHHXnRJStr, TOWN OLEQEtK.
FUN AT THE BROWN OWLj THURSDAY, MAY 2Srd. ALADDIN'S NIGHT NIGHT of MYSTERY. The BROWN OWL _has been kindly lent by Mr and Mrs' H. St: Johnston on Thursday Evening, May 23, for the benefit of NATIONAL PATRIOTIC SICK, WOUNDED AND: DISTRESS FUND APPEAL. 101 ATTRACTIONS MISS CONNOLLY'S ORCHESTRA* GUESSING" COMPETITIONS XkJSVCING Variety Turns by some of Welling- ton's Leading Artists. A REAL PARTY. Good Prizes. , Supper Provided. LADIES 2/-. GENTS 2/6. ~ EVENING DRESS OPTIONAL. The Whole of the Proceeds to go to , the : FUND APPEAL. THEY SAY—WHAT.DO THEY SAY? (By the Listener.') THAT the Warriors' Hockey Senior team are in the proud position of leader in their league. THAT we sincerely hope they maintain that position throughout the season. TH...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
THAT'the appeal launched by the combined ' Red "Cross Society - and St. John's 'Ambulance' is now . in full swing and £250,000 is re- quired, so citizens do your share. THAT we suggest all who staj -at home-should give of their "best in all* the appeals made by the - Patriotic." Committee. , THAT there will v be many op- • portunities in-'the- -near future - v:where YOU can -help. THAT Constable Tanner has taken up his duties - in - the town * and we welcome among us. THAT we j,a<re. < sure, when hex becomes <■ • accustomed". to Upper|j Hutt.Lhe. will like, the, place. . THAT at present the .arm of the law is without-a house. Are there -.any -offers ? THAT, the train service during the past 14 days or so has been anything but 100 per cent. THAT we appeal to all train .users to sign the petitions which are around the town, so that when the' Council meet the' Department. have the local peoples' support. THAT we draw your attention to the advertisement in this issue. THAT the ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT One Quality Ohly_ ; THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries EVANS ' '-GENERAL ENGINEER' ALL CLASSES OF WELDING. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS. - WHITEMAN'S .VALLEY ROAD, Silverstream. HERETAUNGA SERVICE STATION. - (E. R.-MENZIES). MOTOR AND GENERAL ENGINEER. WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING, BATTERY? rCHARGING. MATOROAD -■— TRENTHAM. 219. PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) , Good Wines, Spirits- and /Beer in Stock-. FIRST CLASS DINING--ROOM. CLAPHAM and DWYER ! CHIMNEY -SWEEPS: ~ |ij.. Expert Workmanship. Pjf Will visit Upper Hutt every Tuesday. Leave your orders with Hazelwood & Co. 'Phone^l. UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R.C.H.ASK^ 'Phone; 375. — Main' Road; . UPPER HUTT. Carbonettes, Coke, Screened Coal.. The best in firewood reauirements. - . UPPER HUTT SUB^CENTRE RED CROSS SOCIETY^AND ORDER OF ST. : SUBSCRIPTION LIST. ,i "' ; -' ■■■-■£ s. d. Mrs. Blackley, . . ... 100 6 0 Master T. Blackley .. 10 0 Master. P., Blae...
COPPER TRAIL SATURDAY, JUNE 1st. SICK AND WOUNDED FUND. ST. JOHN-RED CROSS APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
SATURDAY, JUNE Ist.
SICK AND WOUNDED FUND.
ST. JOHN-RED CROSS APPEAL.
It is probable that never before in -New Zealand, even in the days of the last. war, has there been such a fully national patriotic effort as the £250,000 appeal for the sick, wounded and distressed ' men of the forces, - which was launched throughout New Zealand this week. In every city, town and hamlet in the country com- mittees have been energetically working for some time.in the pre- liminary organisation, and when the birthday, anniversary of Flor- ence Nightingale heralded the start of the campaign on .Sunday, a network of > money-raising schemes was put into operation. This effort is sponsored by the Joint Council of the New Zealand Red Cross Society and The Order of St. John, and, in stressing the fact the. administration of the fund is to be non-political and non-Governmental, the promoters point out "that the two organisa- tions have pooled their resources for the...
FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
Football fans were in evidence at the Maidstone Park -on Satur- day last, when the local .junior team met Lower Huttu After a very mediocre tgame, the local team had to admit defeat to their, namesakes. .CoachJ; Hayden was : seen oii the ground advisihg his boys, N but the opposition was too good. > - : ; Among the players, the follow- ing..were, seen doing their .'.-utmost-: Morton, Southee, Mcßandell, and Gorrie. . . ...-. . : .;,- -"-'' - The Upper Hutt Thirds were de-' feated by Seatoun by the close margin of 10 points to ninei Throughout the..game, tense ex- citement prevailed and the; sp.ee- tktors were kept guessing right to ■: the end..; ; ' ■ .: ... -' ■ v ;■ -..'- This team has the makings of a really splendid side, and will be a source of, annpyaric c to i Many clubs during the season. -;:■ Coach 'Bob' Styles: was one of . the official, linesmen and /except..-'■ when he was being bowled over, did the job particularly well. The whole team; played e...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
- Mrs. and Miss Pratt, Christ- church, are spending the school
holidays with Mrs. Watson,. Ste- phen Street. • Mr: li.. M. Bush," Riverbank Street, is yet another'local man to join the forces. Mr. Bush has been stationed at Fort Dorset for some months, but is now transfer- red to the Third Echelon.
WEEK-END SPORTING FIXTURES. RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
WEEK-END SPORTING FIXTURES.
Upper Hutt Juniors'v. St. Pat's Old Boys, Maidstone Park, No, 1, .-'-;2;45 p.m.—S: H. Palmer. "; Upper Hutt Thirdsv.' Welling- - , . ton A; Maidstone Park, No. 2, 2,45 p.m.—H. MeKegney. Poneke v T UpperHutt. Fourths,;: Quinn's Post, No. 1, 2.45 p.m.—W. Robertson. - ■-•."- ---7 Upper Hutt Fifths v/ Athletic, Quinn's Post, No. 2, 2.45 p.m.—S. A. Little. ■ ■■■"..
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
LADIES. " Upper Hutt Senior B v. P.T.O;G." , Woburn, No. 2, 3 p.m. s 1 Upper Hutt Juniors v. Mara- nui, Newtown, No. 2, 2 p.m. MEN. Warriors' Seniors B v. Huia, Maidstone Park, 3 p.m. Warriors' Juniors v. Welling- ton College, Petone,.No. 2, 3 p.m.' Warriors' Thirds v. Knox Rang- ers, Maidstone Park, 1.40 p.m.
Hockey Teams for Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
Hockey Teams for Saturday
Warriors v. Huia at Maidstone Park, 3 p.m.—GL Louper, C. Mc- Ghie, N. Wallis, R. Clyde, M. Butcher, G. McDowell, J. Swan, L. McMahon, R. Murray, P. Suth- * erland, L. Boyd. Junior: Warriors v. Welling- ton College at. Petone 3, ~No.~ 2, 3 p.m.—L. Faulkner, L. Clarke, T. Williams, A.-McMahon, L. Hintz, L. Farrow, J. Allen, M. Edge- worth,' W. Thompson, V. McGhie, < H. Watson. Thirds: Warriors v. Knox Rangers at Maidstone Park, 1.40 - p.m.—J. Cooke, J. Durham, J. Farrow, J. Golding, W. Frater, M. Pearee/ F. James, J. Williams, S. Stewart, R. Trappitt, M. .Kurth, J. A. Clark.
HOCKEY. SENIOR B. WARRIORS 6 v. TRAINING COLLEGE 2. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
WARRIORS 6 v. TRAINING COLLEGE 2.
Swinging into paction against : Training College, Warriors' once more emerged victors.. Although the ground'■, Was very heavy, it is seen by the score that, the War- riors play a very solid game. : This win over Training College puts -the. local boys in the lead by . one point in the championship. It was very pleasing to see J. Me- Ghie, one of the original players of the ? Club, into action again with : old and new team-mates. Once more Louper. and. Grigg played their usual good garner : being ably \ supported by Clyde, and Butcher. Wallis played a>~ go p d game, but has a tendency to obstruct badly in some occasions. Although Training College play- ed, well, 'it was seen that the War- riors were far superior to them. . The. scorers for -Warriors were G-rigg 2, Louper 2, Wallis and Butcher scoring 1 each.
JUNIORS 2 v. WELLINGTON 1. Scoring their first win of the . "season over Wellington at Maid- stone P...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 May 1940
CHURCH SERVICES -■: » ••*- ' '\ ■ i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ■'-.-■■ ' 'r. ''.'■': ?----\ *:'"•-'.. .-.'■■' ■' ,- -'St: %&:£.&: McCaw j 7 p.m., Mr. C. Oassells. Wailaceville.—2 p.m., Rev. J. C. . McCaw. Silverstream.—7 p.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw. ■Trentham.—7- p.m.,.Mr. C. Me- Leod. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, MAY 19th, 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School. 7 p.m.—Bright Gospel. Service! Speaker: Mr. J. Clark. (Junr.) Subject: "A Message from a Des- pised Book." All Welcome. TRINITY SUNDAY. Upper .Hutt.—B.o, Holy Com- munion; 7.0, Evensong (The Vicar. Trentham.—ll.o, Mattins;'ll.4s, Holy Communion; 7.0, Evensong. Silverstream.—7.o, Evensong. Akatarawa.—9.3o, Holy Com- munion; 7; , 0, Evensong. - . IN MEMORIAM. ROBERTSON.—A tribute of love to the memory of my dear hus- band, Peter, Mayor of Upper Hutt, who passed away on his birthday, May 14th, 1939.' ' Fondly, we loved him, He-is dear to us still, But in grief we must bend to God's Holy will. Our sorrow is great, Our lost - hard to bear, But...