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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
CARRYING CO. LTD. WHOIiESAIiB DEALERS & '" CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76M. Wellington 42-044.
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LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER .; Repairs to all makes of Cars. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres, and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT.
TOBraRJSOD'AY, JUINDE 6th, 1940.
RED CROSS DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
RED CROSS DANCE.
The Committee responsible for ; ; thfe danCe ; oir Monday -evening were> "Dr. and Mrs. Morrow, Mr. and: Mrs. G. Cottle, Mr. and Mrs. H. Scholes, Mr. and Mrs. A. R Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. Howe, Mesdames Gibbs, Fenn; Marshall, Misses M. O.'Flaherty, R, Dene- von, E. Bartori,7MV Blackley, and Mr. A. W. Humphrey. The duties of M;C. were carried .out by Messrs. C. Hannibal and G. -^Oottle. 1
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the 'Listener.')
THAT the Red Cross Dance on Monday evening was an over- whelming success.
THAT as one well-known gentleman remarked, it would be easier; to detail the names of the people not present.
THAT it's no doubt the pepple of the' district have supported- this appeal extraordinary fine.
THAT Mrs. Gibbs and her-Com- mittee have worked most strena- ously during the campaign.
THAT quite a number of our readers have enquired what has happened to the Council news lately.
THAT in reply, we can only say the Council changed the night of their meetings, but we received no notification of same. 77
THAT we hope, however, to be present at the next meeting.
THAT the local football teams have now got into their stride and are now showing good football..
THAT last Saturday, out of the three matches played, two were won and the other only just miss- ed.
■ THAT the Thirds certainly put up a crick...
VALEDICTORY FIRE BRIGADE FAREWELL TO MR. J. F. GOODLAND, SILVERSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
FIRE BRIGADE FAREWELL TO MR. J. F. GOODLAND, SILVERSTREAM.
The Social Room of the Silver- stream Fire' Brigade was-crowded; 'on/Thursday evening 'by firemen and hon: members, who gathered to say farewell to Mr. J/'F. Good- land. ■■' Superintendent ' Mason . oc- cupied -the Chair, and: spoke in highly complimentary terms ; of Mr; Goodland's association with the Silverstream Fire Brigade. Mr. Goo.dland took an active part in. the- -formation- of the being one of the three members of the- Advisory Committee /who piloted the Brigade along, until the. members- themselves- assumed full ..control. His keen interest con- tinued, . and .many of the ameni- ties Itiie Brigade now enjoys, were the result of his efforts. As Hon. Auditor since the inception of the Brigade, Mr. Gobdland enjoyed the confidence of members. His cheery smile and humorous quips will ! be greatly missed. As- one of the founders of the Silverstream Fire Police, Miy Goodlaiid was most helpful to th...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
Social Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT DANCE Good Music. y Good Supper. ' Excellent Orchestra. Bus Upper Hutt at 8 p.m. D. A. JACKSON, Hon.' Secretary. F O R S ALE TRENTHAM. ' THREE Rooms, just been built. Electric range, good level sec- tion 50 x 132, close ; to Station. Owner will sell with furnittire, £295 cash the- lot. Vacant posses- sion. Sl2£ Rooms, good solid building. Can easily, be converted into. -flats. '200 yards to Station. ~A £735 : cash. Vacaiit pqsses- - sion. ' 77- "-7V ;f -7 ■-' HUTT VALI.EY !LAND ; 77,y.;.,, " r v -.;■;/. Thbne76S. MAIN ROAD, TRENTHAM.— Six Rooms: dining-room, sit- ting-room, 4 bedrooms,; bathroom, kitchenette, h; and c. water/ septic tank, garage. £1050; Deposit £200y Vacant possession. HUTT VALLEY LAND AGENCY Z 1* WELCOME".:'-NEW withpflowers by wire. '"■•■ y No matter where you chance to be, In one-place or another* } Greet baby with a wee bouquet ' And a bigger one for Mother; mrs.e. $. campbell/ Birch Street, Upper Hutt. We ~ Telegraph Flowers; ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD y UPPER HUTT One Quality' Only ' '■ THE BEST. 7 Phone 258. Daily Deliveries F. V. EVANS 7 GENERAL. ENGINEER Alili CLASSES OF WEIiDING. XAWN MOWER REPAIRS. WHITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD, Silverstream. HERETAUNGA SERVICE STATION. (ER. MENZIES). MOTOR AND GENERAL ENGINEER. . \» ASHING, POMSHING, GREASING,- ---: BATTERY CHARGING. M AIN ROAD — TRENTHAM. ; 'Phone 219. PROVINCIAL HOTEL \ UPPER HUTT T.Fisher (Proprietor.) Good. Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. -.-'•.■' 1 FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. CLAPHAM and DWYER CHIMNEY SWEEPS. Expert Workmanship. Will visit Upper Hutt every Tuesday. ■'■• : 7 your orders with Hazel wood & Co. 'Phone 1. UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R. C.H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. — Main Road. y UPPER HUTT. Carbonettes,. Coke, Screened. Coal, y. The best in firewood requirements. I ROYAL EXCHANGE f | .ASSURANCE | % (Incorporated in England) 3£ I Specialises in | I ACCIDENT and I I SICKNESS I I INSURANCE. I I FARMERS— 1 I BUILDERS— I ...
SICK, WOUNDED AND DISTRESS FUND APPEAL. SUBSCRIPTION LIST. TRENTHAM STABLE BOYS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
SICK, WOUNDED AND DISTRESS FUND APPEAL.
TRENTHAM STABLE BOYS
R. A. Hawkins, 2/6; S. Bell, 2/6 • A. Sager, 2/6; T. Biggs,' 2/6; K. Malbowes, 1/6; Hori Smith, 2/6; Hugh Duncan, 2/6; Cliff Bishop, 2/6; T. Carybal, 2/6; J. Lowe, 2/6; B. Barnett, 2/6; J. MeCauley, 2/6; D. Kelly, 1/-; J. Garth, 2/6; F. Gough, 2/6; J. Hayes, 5/-; J. Bromly, 2/6; F. Warren, 2/6; A.- Foster,.. 2/6; R. Williams, 2/6; B. Chamley, 2/6; K. Smith, 2/6; Glen Robb, 2/6; D. Pedley, 2/6; C. 2/6; Pat. Reardon, 2/6; B. Nisbit, 5/-; J. Evans, 2/6; J. Evans, 2/6; I. McEwen, 2/6; E. Mercer, 2/6; R. B. Lorigan, 5/-; D. Hunter, 2/6..... Total: £4/5/0.
UPPER HUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
Mrs. John Whiteman, 10/9; Mrs. -tfaicombe Brown, XL £. Mrs. riummer, ±u/-; Mr.yu. ±C. judge, £5/5/-; mr. d. Judge, £1; Bridge .Tarty, per Mesdanies dones aiid watt, £z/16/-; iNeighbour's Fam- ily, 10/b; Mr: dames B. Mackenzie, Xz ■ Mrs. 0. Winteman, £1; Mrs. Jb'. YV niteman, XI; bilverstream Con- cert, 6/3; Dance proceeds/ Mrs. Gibbs, £28/6/3; Penny Trial Dance, &S/6/I0; Mr. A. J. Mc- <Jurdy~ £1/10/-; Mr. and Mrs. E. VV. uottie, £5/5/-; Mrs. C. dagger, 10/-; Mrs. Horn, 10/-; Miss Little, iurther proceeds, children's £l/ 13/9. ;/ Siiverstfeam School Penny Trial, £2/2/3; Sil- verstream Women's Institute, 10/-; Wm. A. Macnab, £2; W. ; Por- syth, £1; E. Quinn, £1; if. Benge, 10/-; W. F. Ross, £1; J. K. Craw- ford, £1; H. Johnson, 10/-; '[ Mr j and MrSi Sherrall, £1; George Hood, 10/-; Mr. and Mrs. Har- : fbote, 10/-; Bob Whiteman, 10/-; "Hayseed" £3; John Johnson, £1/1/-. Total: £76/8/7.-7;
C. G. Terry, £1/1/- J Mrs. Terry, £1/1/-; C.R;,£I;.H. J. Williams,...
COPPER TRAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
The '/Copper Trail organised among the school children, in aid
of the Red Cross Fund, was a won- derful success, and the children are to be congratulated upon the remarkable enthusiasm with which they worked to make their grand total net, the unexpected sum of £23/5/9. . Results:—Trentham, £10/14/1; Upper Hutt, £9/9/4*J- Silver- stream, £2/2/3 i; Te Marua, £1.
SILVERSTREAM APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
A card party ana dan, compeci- tion organised; uy ayxrs. tiiauip- -7 -j-ayior, was neid m the siiver- stream Man on VV eclnesday, may -in aia oi tiie above appeal and the sum oi' £48/ 1 /9 was re- Prizes were, given by Mesaam.es Zohrab, J. A. Taylor, ±>iaciney, Orr, Jac&sPn, Stamp, Taylor, Adams and Uastle, and Mr. Stamp-Taylor. ? -■■;■. A chicken cLinner was donated by Mesdames (Johnson, Ritzema and Ferguson. This was won by Mr. i_. Andrew who gave it back to be auctioned , and the sale brought £1/8/-. A novelty cake was donated by Mrs. Cleaver, of the sweet stall: Mrs. Ritzema. • = The following cash donations were received: Miss Marjorie Adams £5, Captain Macintosh £3, Mr. and Mrs. Lancaster £1/10/-, Mr. Perry £1/10/-, Mr. NewtonXl 1/-, Mr. Sower by £1, Social Club Copper Trail £3/13/9, Mesdames Harper, Clabburn, Sneil and John- son, 10/- each; Misses Baker, Wy- Jie, Castle, and J. Stringer, 10/- ---eae h; Committee Social Club .12/6. Sm.'.li don...
BABY CONTEST, SILVERSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
BABY CONTEST, SILVER- STREAM.
Proceeds of card party, £48 7/9; Guessing Competition (bag), £2; Copper Trail (Mrs. Hannibal), £5/7/6; total £55/15/3; making a total of 13,383/ votes. Further donations to appeal, collected by card (Mrs. Stamp- Taylor) : R. McKenze, £1; Cards, 15/10; Miss Bradnock, 6/6.
KAITOKE EFFORT FOR SICK AND WOUNDED FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
KAITOKE EFFORT FOR SICK AND WOUNDED FUND.
On Saturday night the Kaitoke schoolroom was the scene of a suc- cessful bazaar and dance arranged by a committee formed to assist the Junior Red Gross in raising money for the Upper Hutt Branch of the fund for Sick, Wounded and Distressed. The large amount of £78/0/6 was realised, r Mrs. Gibbs, Secretary for the Upper Hutt Branch, in accepting the amount, heartily thanked the committee for its wonderful effort. Thanks also were due to the large' party from Upper Hutt who so kindly assisted. Mrs. Wakelin, on behalf of the Junior Red Cross presented first- aid certificates to the local chil- dren, no prizes being given this year for the ''health rule," as the winners had unselfishly donated the prize money to the soldiers' fund.
FOR SALE.—Gent's Push Bike in first-class order, 50/-. Apply W. McCartney, Blacksmith, Upper, Hutt.
MEN'S HOCKEY. SENIOR. WARRIORS 3, WESLEY 2. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
WARRIORS 3, WESLEY 2.
On Saturday last this team com- pleted the first round of the Cham- pionship, with an unbeaten record. Playing against Wesley, the War- riors won by three goals to two, this being the closest score in any game yet played. The game was very scrappy, and both teams were shorthanded." This fact upset the Warrior-'s combination very much, and although the forwards did their best to pass the ball about, many good passes went astray. C. McGhie worked very haroVonTthe left-wing, and IST. Wallis, who scored all three goals, was always a trier. R. Clyde, and M. Butcher, on the right-wing, were always m the thick of things, the latter mak- ing some good runs down the line. Swan and Murray were the best of the backs, the former carrying on very stubbornly in spite of in- juries. ■
JUNIOR. WARRIORS 1, PETONE 2. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
WARRIORS 1, PETONE 2.
•Playing at Petone, the War- riors were decidedly unlucky to lose by. the odd goal in three. The decisive goal was scored by Petone from a mishit by-a Warrior's half- back, the ball glancing off his stick, straight to : avwaiting-Petone, forward, who made .no mistake with his shot.•- Les; Clarke was again the Warrior's goal-getter, and he was unlucky not to add further to his tally. G. Hill is a tower of strength to this, team, and had goal-keeper Thompsph not been on the "line" with an injured hand, the tables may have been turned. •'.'. -."-.-
THIRDS. WARRIORS 1, HUTT 6. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
WARRIORS 1, HUTT 6.
Fielding ateam three men short, ■the Warriors -had their work cut ' out to make any impression on Hutt. The halves and backs had ../to work overtime, four men try- ing to ;-do the work of six. Half- time found them five goals dowii, but after the spell, things went . better, and play was very even/ Hutt being penned in their own twenty-five for a long period. J. Farrow scored- after a quick fpl- '■♦' low in, and had the other forwards followed his example/more goals .would have resulted. Hutt added goal in the second half, thus .maintaining their half-time lead of five goals. "
UPPER HUTT WARRIORS HOCKEY CLUB. TEAMS FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 June 1940
UPPER HUTT WARRIORS HOCKEY CLUB.
TEAMS FOR SATURDAY.
Seniors.---G.. Louper„ N. ; Grigg, C. McGhie, R. Clyde, M. Butcher, ;G. 7 McDowell, J. Swan, L. Mc- Mahon- P. Sutherland, R. Murray, L. Boyd. Juniors.—L. Hintz, T. Williams, L. Clarke, J. Allan, A. McMahon, L. Faulkner, H. Watson, V. Mc- Ghie,' N. Edgworth, G. Hill, W. Thompson, L. Farrow. Thirds.—J. Cook, J. Durham, J: Farrow, J. Golding, W. Frater, F. James," M.Pearce, J. Clark, R. Trappitt, MyKurth, ,S. Stewart; J\ Williams. -
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