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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
I UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. J ' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE RATES. ■ 8 .;... ..,' ■•,„,...,.. I /N OTTCE is hereby giv;e_-.Wat the; Borough Council pro- S poses at a Special Meeting to,be /held on Thursday, 13th June, 8 1940, .at 7.30 p.m., at the/Council Ohambers, Main? Road, Upper Hutt, j to make and levy tinder the pi?ovisions •of the Municipal Corporations 5 Act, 1933, the Rating Act, 1925, and all other Acts and Amendments k enabling in that behalf, the following rates for the period commenc- A ing on the Ist day of April,-1940, and ending on the 31st day of 6 March, 1941. X CONSOLIDATED RATES EAST AND WEST WARDS. .-. .. 5 . A Consolidated Rate under the provisions of Section 96 of the 8 Municipal Corporations Act, 1933, of twelve and one-eighth pence ft in r,he £on all rateable unimproved value of the East Ward and thir- -5» teen and three-eighths pence-in the £on all rateable unimproved value ft of Ward. - ' I ..*'*. .J 6 WATER RATE EAS? AND WEST WARDS. ft A separate water ...
WAIRARAPA L.R.C. SUPPORT FOR GOVERNMENT. PLEDGE OF LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
WAIRARAPA L.R.C. SUPPORT FOR GOVERNMENT.
PLEDGE OF LOYALTY.
.-,•'. The following motion was pass- ed'unanimously at a recent meet- ing of the Wairarapa Labour Re- presentation Committee:— "That this meeting of the Lab- our Representation Committee in the Wairarapa pledges itself in- dividually and collectively to sup- port the Government's actions in ths time of national crisis and promises to go back to its branch- es and develop throughout the rank and file wholehearted'loyalty and the individual will, to win the war.'' Delegates from the Upper Hutt Branch of the New Zealand Lab- our Party and the Upper Hutt Branch of the Amalgamated Rail- way Servants' Association were present at the above meeting.
HOSPITAL BOARD. OFFICIAL OPENING OF NEW MATERNITY HOSPITAL AT LOWER HUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
OFFICIAL OPENING OF NEW MATERNITY HOSPITAL AT LOWER HUTT.
■ The maternity facilities for the accommodation of patients in the Hutt -Valley, including Upper Hutt, was further intended, by the opening last Saturday afternoon', 24th instant. In the presence of Mrs. P. Fraser, (a past Board ■ Meber), wife of the Prime Min-' ister, members of the Wellington Hospital' Board, including our local representative, Mr. J. Purvis, and Mr. and-Mrs. Castle, Execu 7 tive Officers of the Board, and friends, the Chairman of the Board (Mr. J. Glover) declared the above Home officially opened This addition will be of great benefit to Upper Hutt, as th« Maternity Home is situated about seven miles down the Valley, on property purchased by the Board some months ago for the building of the Hutt Valley Hospital. - ' • The property is situated, at 664 High Street, Lower Hutt, and formerly the residence of Mr. G. F. Pearce, has been converted into a nine bed Maternity Home at a c...
TRENTHAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
TRENTHAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
Three new members were wel- comed recently by the Trentham Women's Institute. Mrs. Kitchen, the President, read a report of the half-yearly council, also an appeal made to the members for help for the Red Cross. Mrs. Spackman complimented Mrs. Kitchen on being appointed a member of the' Executive Coun- cil. . • "- - The business being 'concluded, tea was served by the hostesses,
Competitions for the month were: —Oven Cloth, Mrs. Ware'; Scones, Mrs. Doote; Best bloom, Mrs. Cooper. The meeting then closed after a pleasant afternoon, followed by a demonstration on home-nursing by a member of the Red Cross.
BROWN OWL PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
BROWN OWL PARTY.
On Thursday evening last, a party, arranged by Mrs. Streetcr, at the Brown Owl, in aid >of the funds* of the Red Cross and. Order of St. John, resulted in £54/19/6 being raised. The Committee wishes to thank the following who sent goods and donations towards the evening:— ' Goods.—Messrs. Whitehead and Pears, 20 Cuba Street, Wellington, C.2.; Collins Bros and' Co. Ltd., 116 Waflefield Street, Wellington, C.1.; John Dickinson and' Co. Ltd., Frederick Street, Wellington, C.2. ■ Hicks, Smith and Wright, 3rd Floor, Levy's Buildings, Tara- naki Street, Wellington, C.3.; Wil- liamson Jeffery, Ltd., 19 Victoria Street, Wellington, C.1.; Mr. Mahar; Mungaroa Valley, Upper Hutt; Messrs. Ltd.', Upper Hutt; Mr. Gilbanks, Tren- tham; Mr. Kent, Trentham; Mrs. George (Senior), Trentham; Mrs. T. R. George, Trentham; Mrs. Eric Campbell, Trentham/ Mrs. Nes- bit, Trentham;" Mrs. Ecob, Treu- tram; Mrs. Blewman, Trentham": Mrs. Blackley, Heretaunga; l Mrsi- Johri McKenna, Maori...
FURTHER ENLISTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
Mr. M. D. Dalton, of Auckland, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dalton, (Maidstone Park), has joined the Army and passed through Wellington last week to enter Camp at Burnham. This is the second son of the family to enlist. Mir. F. Nightingale, son of Mr. ajad Mrs. Nightingale, has joined the Third Echelon. ' Also in Camp is Mr. R. Clyde, only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Clyde. Mr. Ron'Pearce, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Pearce, Mungaroa Road, Upper Hutt, R.N.R., has left home to enter on active ser- vice. . " ' '
BOY SCOUTS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
The First Upper Hutt Boy Scout , Troop held tiieir Annual General Ivieeting in the Rose of Sharon Hali on Friday, 10th May. Despite the inclement weather,- there were about a dozen parents and supporters present. As the Scout-master, J. Morley, is in camp with the Tnird Echelon, the Troop's report was presented by Acting S. M. Morley. : The Cub- master, A. W. Bryant, also pre- sented his report. - These reports showed that both the Scout Troop, and the' Cub Pack are up to full strength and that the past year has been'a very active. one. Mentio tied, in the A.S.M.'s report is the fact that Patrol Leader R. McCrea gained his all-round cord, and 'King's Scout Badge. This is the first time that a Scout of the Upper Hutt Troop has gained this hon- our, and it is all the more credit- able as Bobbie McCrea has a severe physical handicap to con- tend with; but what he lacks phy- sically'he makes up with grit. -■■■ The report also mentioned that the.Patrol Leaders are volunt...
RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
Upper Hutt Junioors v. Tech- nical 0.8., Maidstone Park, No. 1, 2.45 p.m.—O. J. Plummer. ' Upper Hutt Thirds v. Hutt, Maidstone Park, No. 2, 2.45 p.m.— S. G. - Reeves. - Upper Hutt Fourths v. Welling- ton College 0.8., Strand Park, No. 1, 2.45 p.m.—G. A. O'Sullrvan. • Upper Hutt Fifths' a bye.
THIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
" J. Cooke, J. Durham, W. Frater, J. Farrow,' F. James, M. Pcarce, J. GJarlv, J. Williams. R. Trap- pitt, M. Kurth, S, Stewart.
SENIOR MEN'S HOCKEY UPPER HUTT WARRIORS v. KARORI. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
SENIOR MEN'S HOCKEY
UPPER HUTT WARRIORS v. KARORI.
The local boys ogam proved . victorious on Saturday, defeating . Karori by 55 goals to 1. The -game /was very even in first spell, half-time being called with the score 2—l; In the second spell, _ play was rather scrappy/ although; the Warriors managed to score a further three goals. Had the for-; wards played with their usual/ combination, quite a few more 1 goals should have been made. The/ ." winner's defence was / sound, MeD'owell, Swan and Mur- ray/being the best. Goals were / scored -by ; Grigg (1), Wallis Butcher (1), Sutherland"/(1). Me-/ Ghie_ was very unlucky not tb; score on three occasions, but had the satisfaction of seeing'the first two goals come from his passes. .
JUNIOR. UPPER HUTT WARRIORS V. UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
UPPER HUTT WARRIORS V. UNIVERSITY.
This game was played at Maid- stone Park, and the Warriors had their second win of the season by the comfortable margin of 5 goals to nil. The outstanding forward was Les. Clarke, who scored a 11..-. five goals. The whole of the for- wards are. showing an improve- ment, but would be well advised" to pass the ball to each other more -frequently. Edgeworth played a solid game at fullrback, and was; ably supported by -Hill—a new member to the Club, who proved - his worth in Ms first game for the 'Warriors.' • , . /
THIRD GRADE. UPPER HUTT WARRIORS v. HUIA. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
UPPER HUTT WARRIORS v. HUIA.
/ 'Hav-ih^'.:---their. : firlst'''wih'- of the season,, the Upper Hutt boys show- ed: a definite improvement. W. Frater replaced Golding in the" forward line, and soon made/ his , presence felt. Golding, in his new position, -played quite a sound game, ; and should soon settle down and make quite a good right-half. J. Clarke, at centre- half, was always in the thick of things, and as usual/did his work-./ .'in/'.-a-'", businesslike manner. This player is to be congratulated oh /, his - very sporting action in help- ing the younger boys on as their when/he could eas- ily claim a place in the Senior team. That his Work is now. bear- ing fruit is shown by- the impr ov- . cd. form of his team in recent /games.- / Goals /were scored -for Upper Hutt by J Farrow (2), Frater :■ (2), Golding (1), and Darham (1/)/ making a total of six.goals. Huia ■.scored 1 gdal.' '
HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 May 1940
"Here boy," said the motorist, "I want some petrol, - and please get. a move. on. You'll never get anywhere in the world unless you Push is essential; when .-:. I -was young I pushed, and that got me where I am.'--'/' /.,/-/■./' . "Well," replied / the boy, "we haven't ad rop of petrol in-the place, so I reckon you'll have to push again:"