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SENIOR B. WARRIORS 6—HUIA 3. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
WARRIORS 6—HUIA 3.
. - Playing their third game of A the , season, Warriors were again un- beaten, the match ending with the above score. Louper, on the left wing,, -play- ed a great.game, but missed Grigg, his usual outside man. These two having perfect combination,. Mc- Ghie, who substituted for- Grigg, • played good hockey, but was pen- alised too often for lifting his stick too high. Wallis, who scored three goals, is still inclined to ob- struct when in*a handy position. McDowell, left-half, again was the outstanding player on the field. He is si most determined tackier and does not know what it is to be beaten. - The back line, Sutherland and Murray were in great form and prevented Huia on several occasions increasing their" score: The scorers were: Wallis 3; ■ Louper 1; Butcher 1 and Swan 1.
R.S.A. CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
A change in the- constitution of the N.Z.R.S.A. in the direction of making returned men from the present war eligible for, member just as the result-of the action of the Paeroa and Hauraki Plains Branich in granting! membership to a Paeroa boy who was home on leave from H.M.S. Achilles after the River Plate battle. Not .only . did the Branch claim to be the first to enrol a man.who,"had.serv-- ed in the present war, but, as the boy was only 17 years of s age, the, Branch also claimeii to have the youngest member,of the N.Z.R.S.A. However, the enrolment was un- constitutional, for, while the boy had served in His Majesty's .Forc- es overseas, he had not been dis- charged, so was not a .returned _. man.
PATRIOTIC FUNDS. WARS OF 1914-18 AND TO-DAY POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
WARS OF 1914-18 AND TO-DAY
'The Executivevoi the» War Re- uei ___ssoo_a_ion 61 Wellington had- : iucxorc it .reeehUy correspondence, irom tiie Secretary of tiie National ± > atri6mc Fund Board, asking lor its,. vieyv;s ; . upon the most -efficient means oi 'administerihg- funds colleetepY for r. they benefit, of-:meii *■■' w;ho are going, on active service. In tiie' letter asked for the jviewyofYthe Association as to c the.V-adyisabiiity ox ■ ■ all provinces uniform attitude in re- gard'to help to be igiv.en to re- turned* men.- The War Relief Association's reply is 'that ,it considers a uni-. form policy ,of administration of funds should -be adopted; provided that such policy would enable in- dividual cases ,to .be considered on their merits, the procedure myar- v lahlyYfolloW.ed .joys,, various Patriotic Associations in the • Do- minionr That procedure, the Executive considers, has enabled them, ,to .comply fully with the of the-subsc...
MANGAROA GUN CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
MANGAROA GUN CLUB
The MangaroaGun Club held a shoot recently.; - Mr. J, Searle won the trophy presented by Mr. McDougal, scor- ing 11 out)of 12 birds. ; Other, scores - were, as follows:— Messrs. G. Keys, 11; B. Fenn, 9; A. Clark, 8; R. .Barker, 8; T. . Mulhern, >8; A. Keys, -,8; A. Mar- tin, 7; J. Alexander, 7; B. Mar- tin, 7; R. Mulhern, 7 and Miss R. Martin/J7-. The.'--sweepstake . was won by Mr. B. 'Martin. , Another tshoot -was', held on April 20th. Mr.',A. Keys ( won the trophy presented: by Mr.-, J: Searle, scor- ing 11 out of 12 birds. - Other scores were > as follows:— Messrs. Muxj:_nr.y 11; E. Flux, ' -10; G. Keys,-10;.J. Searle, 10; F. Gorrie;JLo;:B. Russell,. 9; W. Keys, . '8 ; J. Alexander, 8; T. Mulhern, 7. - The-sweepstake- ■ "was won by Mr. J. Alexander, who scored a possible.;-,; Mr. .A. sKeySidsito .be congratu- lated on .'his' -shooting.. He is the youngest-member: of-the Club.
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the 'Listener.')
; THAT the local football club ■ were certainly a different team. on. Saturday last. /.;.."■ ".-•'•.-' THAT it was like old times- to see the: boys going all out, THAT Whiteman,,Southee,:Dai-V ton, and Cooper were well in the . picture, also Morton once again: / demonstrated that he is worth ;While.Vf •'.'■; ;.-.-'.'• ': ; ,'.';,■-;">-. \ ';i/. ; ■':".' THAT Dalton 's two tries were J --great -efforts and this boy will no doubt. ! be 'an asset to the forwards. THAT this.change will encour- age the boys not to. say Coach Hayden. THAT the Thirds on No. 2 ground were successful^ver their opponents by 11 points to'eight. THAT Bob Styles, the boy's coach, deserves the success as "he ' has a good team and at the. end of the season will see them nearer the-top than the bottom. THAT the Hutt Valley Branch of the South African Veterans are holding their Annual Re-union on Saturday next. THAT Charlie, Albert, Archie and Jacky will...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
ihe Rev. F. E. Leadley, of the Training College, Roviana, Solo- mon Islands, comes to New Zea- land on, furlough with an impres- sive record of seven years' service on the Mission-Field. Mr. Lead- ley has behind <him too, ' a long record ■of Church work, as his father was ordained in England in 1900, and his grandfather was also a Methodist Minister in Eng- land for 41 years. Mr. Leadley's work as Vice-Principal of the Training College, in Roviana, has jnade his conversant with-the life of the Islands, and he has been brought in close touch 'especially with the younger people.- The College trains-the leaders and teachers of the Native ChurclTin the Islands, and the record of work there, and its accomplish- ments is magnificent. There- are 202 Churches there, with 47 preaching places, a native adult membership of 5451 with 3309 junior members. In addition, the Sunday Schools are an active or- ganisation';.'and there are no less than 224 day schools staffed...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
THE GEANGE CARRYING COr LTD. WHOLES AUB DEALERS & CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Liime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. .. : ..■<-,-■■■■ tJpper Hutt No. 76M. Wellington 42-Q44.
LEN. BENGE kdTQR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Gars. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding;: Break Down Service. Repairs to all matkes of Cars. Tyres and 6ll&' Stbcfcedl Phone 40 M. UPPE& HfeTTT
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THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the Listener.')
THAT the people of Upper Hutt and district have: responded most magnificently to' the Red Cross Appeal. '■■;..-" ~ THAT the final opportunity -will . come on Monday evening when there will be a dance held for the funds. ■''.:..-' -' THAT the Committee of the Red Cross and Order ;of St. John are /going/all out to get the maximum. THAT what better service is there than the Red Cross and the Order of St. John. THAT we appeal to all readers who have not yet assisted tb do their share, and'those who have al- readydone so, be in, again. .THAT the Prime Minister stated tAll In," well, here's the chance. THAT several of our readers were pleased, when the Prime Min- ister informed the country that the Government would hot toler- ate any interference as regards anti-war efforts on behalf of any people. THAT'we agree that everyone should get in behind ■: the Govern- ment, and help 100>-per .cent. THAT we understand ; the ex- Preside...
COPPER TRAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
The Silverstream Social Club for the past two Saturdays, have held a Copper Trail at their dance. The amount raised by this effort was £2/12/6. "■' ' ■■■'./" V The Committee are to be con-. gratulated on their novel idea. The schools in the district "under the various organisations,, will conduct a Copper Trail on Friday., Mr. C; A. Rendle, Headmaster, Upper Hutt, is in charge x and Mrs. Hannibal, of Silverstream,--will be in charge at the southern end.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
Silverstream Social Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT GRAND DANCE Godd Music. Good Supper. Excellent Orchestra. Bus leaves Upper Hutt at 8 p..m. D. A. JACKSON, Hon: Secretary. DANCE WAYSIDE CABARET, DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT. GOOD DANCE BAND .Excellent Supper. - FOR- SALE TRENTHAM. . THREE Rpoms, just been builf Electric range, good level sec- """"tibn 50 x 132, close to Station. Owner will sell with ' furniture, £295 cash the lot. Vacant posses- sion, SIX Rooms, good solid building. Can easily be converted into fiats. 200 yards, to Station. A bargain, £735 cash. Vacant posses- sion. HUTT VALLEY LAND AGENOY - 'Phone 765. MAIN ROAD, TRENTHAM.— ' Six Rooms: dining-room, sit- ting-room, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchenette, h. and c. water, septic tank, garage. £1050. Deposit £200. Vacant pdssession. HUTT VALLEY LAND AGENCY 'Phone 765. SICK AND WOUNDED APPEAL FUND. , MONSTER- DANCE MONDAY,. JUNE 3rd, 1940, . , AT 8 P.M. RECORD HALL, UPPER HUTT. First-Class Orchestra. Ladies' 2/-. Gents' 2/6. u...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL Motor Drivers/Licenses. JC»R the convenience of motor drivers ah officer of the Council will be in attendance at the Council Office, on Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to Noon, and, Howell's Garage on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to 8.30 p.m. -.- ■ \ '■'<...... ;/ ' ":- ■ .8.--M. WIL.MSHURST, L - Town Clerk.
NOTICE, CATHOLIC EUCHRES. - IN FUTURE the Catholic Euchre Parties will /; be held in the R.S.A. Rooms, commencing , from (TO-NIGHT) THURSDAY, MA? 30th and" every other Thursday UPPER HUTT LADIES' HOCKEY CLUB. WE still have vacancies for new players. Anyone wishing/to. play/please notify the Secretary. V ; p. DELL, '■//-■" ' .-.' ■ Main Road v DIGGERS'LODGE, NO. 11; THE ABOVE LODGE will hold their meetings in future on Satur- days instead of Mondays,. com : mencing from Saturday, June Ist. Please note the change. — KAITOKE RED CROSS; BA_ AA R and DAN C E ■■•■-'; kju ■> SATURDAY, JUNE Ist;. •.-'-■ at Bp.m.- FOR SALE.—B.S.A. Motor Cycle, 2f h.p...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
T. RUSSELL & SONSj Ltd. /.--•■;■ • BUTCHERS ' . MAIN ROAD > V UPPER HUTT One Quality Only • - : THE / ;;'-. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries f: V. EVANS GENERAL ENGINEER ALL CLASSES OF WEIdMNG. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS. * WHITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD, ' Silverstream. HERETAUNGA SERVICE STATION. (E. R. MENZIES). MOTbR AND GENERAL ENGINEER. GREASING, BATTERY CHARGING: MAIN ROAD — TRENTHAM. 'Phone2l9. c ' - PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good-Wines, Spirits and, Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. CLAPHAM and DWYER ~ SWEEPS. Expert Workmanship. Will -visit Upper Hutt every Tuesday. Leave your orders with Hazelwood & Co. 'Phone 1. UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R. C. H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. — Main-Road. UPPER HUTT. " Carbonettes, Coke, Screened Coal. The best in firewood yv . requirements. ' , WELCOME ''NEW BABIES" ' with flowers by wire. No matter where you chance to be, In one place or another, Greet baby with a wee bouquet .And a bigger one for Mother. t Tables booke...
RED CROSS APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
RED CROSS APPEAL.
SUBSCRIPTION LIST. Already acknowledged" £387/1/0. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, 10/-; C. L. Baigent, 10/-; Mrs. J. Camp- bell.. 10/-; Mr. and Mrs. George Cottle, £10; Farmers' Division, Women's Institute, 16/-; Mrs. A. Howell, £1/10/-; Mrs. Kidman? £2; Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Thomas, £1; Russell Bros., £5; Lady's Day, Wellington Golf Club, £28/2/6; Mrs. Little, 15/-; Mrs. Leveridge, 10/-; Mrs. S. Rogers, 10/-; Mrs. Raymond; 10/-; Mr. W. Campbell, 10/-; A. M. Thompson, 10/; Mrs. "W. J. Wilkie, £1; J. Brown, 10/-; . Mrs. Grey, 10/-; ' Mr. S. Biggs, £10; Geange . Carrying Co., £10 10/-;. T. Fisher, £25; Lieut-Col. and Mrs. Kemp, £10 ;■ Miss M. Bar- ton 30/-; Mrs. R. Smith, "£1; Mrs. D. Morrow, £1; Mrs. D. Budge, £3; Mr. D. Budge, £3; Mr. Cotter, 10/--, Miss D. Keys, 10/-; Mr. and Mrs. A. Gifford, £10/10/-'; Mr and Mrs. Treseder, £5; Mr. and Mrs. T. Moss, £5.; Mr. and Mrs. G. rab, £5; Mrs. and Miss O'Hara- Smith, £3/3/-; Mrs. M. Anderson, £2/2/-; Mrs. E. Andrew, 10/-; Miss ...
Upper Hutt Honours Early Settlers [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
Upper Hutt Honours Early Settlers
Saturday last was a gala day »at Upper Hutt for the Early Settlers, when 23 residents over the age of 75 years were entertained by the Borough Council to luncheon. Sixteen others were unable to be present. Mr. J. Blewman, presided, and associated with' him were the Mayoress, Mrs. Blewman, Council- lor and Mrs. C. A. Rendle, Coun- cillor and Mrs. T. Clyma,- Coun- cillor and Mrs. H. Poison, Council- lor and Mrs. P. Gray, Councillor and Mrs. W. A. Stewart, Council- lor and Mrs. A. W. Richardson, Councillors J. Purvis and H. Lan- caster, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Wilms- hurst, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mc- Carthy and Mr. R. McKendry. In welcoming the guests of hon- our, His Worship stated that the Government had made available to all who had Tesided in the Do- minion over 75 years, an emblem commemorating the first 100 years. Continuing, Mr. Blewman stated the-Borough Council had decided to -honour the old settlers by eri- tertaining them to luncheon. We of the...
SILVERSTREAM SEWING COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
SILVERSTREAM SEWING COMMITTEE.
The above Committee wishes to intensify its effortsi ;to / provide clothes; for refugee children in England. Will you help us by sending in any pieces of material. you may have put by; in addition to used coats and skirts to make np into ;wm garments. If see-/ I ond-hand garments, could .be un// picked, washed and pressed: before sending, we would/ be- /very grate- ful as this will ensure in aximum .speed in/bur work. Cardigans, / worn in places would be useful asY } they can be knitted up into er garments.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PARTY (Upper Hutt Brianch.) SPECIAL NOTICE. The ordinary Monthly Meeting of the above Branch will be held to-morrow night (MtIDAY), at 8 p.m. in St. Hilda's Hall. Special Business. Selection of Delegates for Iknergency Conference. Presentation of L.R.C. Report; All Members are urgently requested to be "present. 1 ■■',">.■* .■' : ' . ~ -'" Hon: Secretary. MISSIONARY RALLY METHODIST CHURCH, BENZIE AVENUE. FRIDAY, MAY 31st, at 7.45 p.m. SPEAKER: REV. C..E. LEADLEY, OF ROVIANA, SOLOMON ISLANDS. - Subject— lAF® IN THE: SOLOMON ISLANDS ' Illustrated -with slides; pictures' and curios. The Vice Principal of the Training College will tell of his work of the people among whom he is living. Come and hear a. fascinating address on a people with a culture of their own. * A great story of missionary achievement and effort that has resulted in the Christianising of a" nation. • FRIDAY, MAY 31st, at 7.45 p.m.
WANTED TO SELL.—Cane Pram. Sponge tyres," good order, £2/10/-...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
8 POPULAR PRICE MIGHT 8 8 p.m. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 p.m. fi Thrilling Double Feature Programme. I (1) "MUTINY OETHE BLAGKHAWK" fl ' . *",',' WITH 8 yßichard Aflen — Constance Moore — Noah Beery 8 .* , Mamo Clark 8 Storm and Fury at Sea! But it raged in the hearts x of desperate men running amok on a stolen ship. | (2) "YOUNG MAN'S FANCY" 8 WITH x Anna Lee Seymour Hicks j 8 He met her at a Cabaret —They went off to Paris, j w f and "the trouble" that escapade started will make your i fl sides ache with laughter. | 2 p.m. 8 p.m. s SATURDAY 2 p.m. 8 p.m. g ' 8 p.m. ! MONDAY 8 p.m. I The Lion Has Wings 8 Sponsored by the Government and produced 8 with the co-operation of the Royal Air Force. A I 8 great film which reveals Britain's Air Might—Tre- j b mendously"timely an4v.inspiring.SSc y the famous I W raid oh the Kiel Canal and many other actual and j B thrilling exploits of the B.A.F. I 8' . BEkWISE; .; BOOK NOW. 8 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY 8 p.m. |\ .On Borrowed Time 8 "' An M.GKM. Picture Starrin...