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THEY SAY – WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
THEY SAY - WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the "Listener.")
THAT the main walls of the Ladies' Rest have beeri completed and it will not be long before the roof will be on. THAT the Rhythm boys did • their--stuff-;.-on;two occasions dur- ing the Red Cross. Appeal. THAT this Band should be made use of more in the district as they are worth while. THAT this building is one of the quickest erected in "Upper Hutt for sohie -time, THAT it has been, practically- built by two men only. ' THAT mention of buildings re- minds \us that'". Upper Hutt is still biisy in that way; ■■ ■ 7 ./ ' THAT the new Store which is * being built for Mr. F. Hercock, the Storekeeper, will have 'the largest single floor space in Upper Hutt:- 1 .7.7 ■'■' THAT this building will be a de- cided asset to- Upper Hutt when completed. ' y . THAT the Government Rental houses are now practically com- pleted, some of which are alreadTy occupied. THAT when the roads are put in order the neighbourhood will be very pleasan...
COMBINED DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
As advertised in this issue, the. Upper Hutt Rugby Club and Ladies' Hockey Club are holding a dance. next week; and vdartee 7 patrons are assured of a r gobd' evening's dancing. -." Norm. Croft's Orchestra will supply the music and the Commn- tee are not sparing any effort . . make this dance the one of the season. 7
FOOTBALL. UPPER HUTT'S FIELD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
UPPER HUTT'S FIELD DAY.
;:y.Upper Hutt's Rugby teams cer- , tainiyhad a field day on Saturday last, each team securing a win over its opponent. ... The Juniors, who have recently form, secured an easy win . over University by 13 points to •- five; .• ' --7--.-y;:'-• Cooper once' again played a spleridid game and ten points: out of the thirteen was scored by him ; with one try, two conversions ansl a penalty. Forbes secured 7 the ; pther try.' y, Whiteman was most unlucky by v breaking aybone in his leg which necessitated hirii being carried off the field. "This player is certainly 7 3 :an. asset to the team: and will be ; '". greatly missed from now /on. 7 Other players who were seen to advantage were S. Dalton, Lorri- gaii, McCarthy, Skertqn,; Wyeth, arid Morton. 7 Among the players back in the : - field was spotted. Wakelin, who Ist" an old S.enior B player. It is also pleasing -to see McCarthy, and 7Hkertbn r taking their places once again. t Morton, the ful...
MEN'S HOCKEY. SENIOR B.O—TAUBMAN'S 1. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
SENIOR B.O—TAUBMAN'S 1.
- The Warriors Senior team suf- fered a set back to their winning sequence on Saturday last when, after a hard struggle, Taubmans came off* victorious by one goal to nil. , .The game was one of lost ; chances for! the local team as most ; of;the* play)was7in their oppon- ent's territory. Several wonderful ' opportunities went begging and' ■ many shots just missed their ob-y : jective. Indiscriminate hitting by the forwards and speculating shots by the backs were the main cause of the team's downfall. Murray, right-back, and. Boyd, -in goal, played great hockey and it is to be hoped that the teanuas a whole, will get back to the com- bination that was seen in the early part of the season. It was unfor- tunate thaty the services of. N. Wallis. were ! 'npt available when sorely needed*
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
THimSDAY, JIMH 20th, 1940.
Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper.
*H]E GEANGE CARRYING CO. LTJD. WHOLES__J_E 'DEALERS __ CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Dime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76M. . Wellington 42-044.
MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars. < Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all make's "of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. - _OM. UPPER -ETUTIL
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
MALE VOICE CHOIR J - 15th*CONCERT - —— Bth SEASON . ' OF THE ABOVE CHOIR ' - ' WILL BE HELD AT THE DRUIDS HALL Thursday, June 27th 1940, at 8 p.m. VISITING A-EtTISTS^— MR G. G. MacLENNAN, VIOLINIST OP MARTINBOROUGH. MISS H. GRIFFITHS, SOLOIST. Half Nfett Profits will be donated to Red Cross Appeal ADMISSION: 1/6 and 1/-. — YOUTH RALLY SUNDAY, JUNE 23rd, 1940 DRUIDS HALL, UPPER HUTT 3.45 p.m. Speaker: Mr J. R. Marshall, LL.M.,. Chairman of the New Zealand Council of Religious Education. Subject: World Youth Conference. Amsterdam, August, 1939. Mr Marshall was ISTew Zealand's delegate to that Conference. Saltation Army Band in attendance to lead singing. I All those interested in Youth Work and the Church generally are cordially invited to be present.'
NOTICE. '-, ANY LIVE STOCK tethered or' untethered on Birch Tree Estate, Heretaunga, will be pound- ed after this date. ~ _ • (Sgd.).G.-WILKINS, Owner. UPPER HUTT R.S.A. WINNER OF WATCH ! . . - GOMIfETITION. I "■'''' " X No. B 172...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
CHURCH NOTICES. / _ ' CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Upepr Hutt.—ll a.m., Mattins and Family Service; 7 p.m., Even-. song. '"% Trentham.—B a.m.,. Holy Com- munion ; 7 p.ir. . Evensong; Church of England. Men's Society "Ad- mission Service. Open to -all. Preacher: The Rev. C. E. Willis, Vicar of Miramar—Seatoun. Silverstream.—r? *- p.m., Even- song. Akatarawa.—7 p.m., Evensong. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. St. David's.—ll a.m., Rev. C. MacKenzie of Petone; 7 p.m., Supply. Trentham.—7 p.m., Bible Class. Silverstream.—7 p.m., Rev. C. MacKenzie. METHODIST CHURCH. (Benzie Avenue) YOUTH SUNDAY. Morning at 11 a.m.—Children's Service with singing by children Speaker: Rev. A. H. Ivory. Afternoon at 3.45 p.m.—Youth Rally in Druids' Hall. Evening at 7 p.m.—Youth Ser- vice conducted by Padre Gardner Brown. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. Sunday School, 2.30 p.m. Mr. N. S. Backwell (Queens- land) continues series'' of address- es as under:— Thursady 20th.—7.30 p.m., "Our Country's Crying Need! B...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD - UPPER HUTT . One Quality Only THE BEST. Phones 258. . . Daily Deliveries F. V. EVANS GENERAL ENGINEER ______ CLASSES, OF WEI_DING. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS. WHITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD, Silverstream. Heretaunga Service Station. (E. R. MENZIES). Motor and General Engineer. WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING . BATTERY CHARGING. All Classes of Cycle Parts In Stock. MAIN ROAD — TRENTHAM. • 'Phone 219. PROVINCIAL HOTEL . UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer \ ' in Stock. FIRST-CLASS DINING ROOM. CLAPHAM and DWYER f CPtikNEY SWEEPS. Expert Workmanship. Will visit Upper Hutt every 1 Tuesday. Leave 'your orders with Hazelwb<_d & 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 requirements. I' ROYAL EXCHANGE I :: ASSURANCE | « - (Incorporated in England) % ■• • •&■ :;. Specialises in . | ii ACCIDENT and I ii SICKNESS...
GINGER BEER. OLD ENGLISH RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
OLD ENGLISH RECIPES.
Three old English recipes for making ginger beer and ginger . essence at home:— ' . Ginger Beer.—The first method is to boil, one pound of sugar and one" ounce of bruised ginger in half a gallon o_i water. Boil for half an hour, remove and pour while still hot into another vessel con- taining a half-gallon of water and ' a large- teaspoonful of cream of tartar. While still warm, stir in a .teaspoonful of brewer's yeast and the' juice of a lemon. Allow to - stand for 24 hours before bottling - - Ginger Beer. —The second me- . thod is to mix a pound of sugar, a dessertspoonful each of cream of tartar and ground ginger, with a teaspoonful of tartaric" acid, in a gallon of cold water. Stir until all the ingredients are dissolved and the ginger settles, when it will be reacry for use. Ginger essence, or ginger syrup, can' be made from two drams of < essence of ginger, half-dram es- sence of lemon, half-dram essence .of cayenne,, and half-o...
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The Monthly -Meeting of the Wallaceville Women's Institute . was held on May-27th., Mrs.'Hop- kirk presiding over a splendid at- tendance. Three new members were enrolled. The meeting reported that the Institute were busy making par- cels, for the soldiers ajtid that five cakes and five parcels had already been dispatched to the. Patriotic Committee. Competition winners were :— Eggless Cake, Mrs. Chambers, Ist, Mrs. W. Robinson, 2nd; Best Bloom, Miss Barton;. Game Candle Lighting, Mrs. White. The hostesses for the afternoon were Mesdames Carr, Lynch, Mor- ley and Robinson (3). - Members are reminded, of a Cup and Saucer Afternoon on June 20th.
EMPLOYEES FINE GESTURE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
EMPLOYEES FINE GESTURE
The following employees of Campbell's Sawmills, Ltd., donat- ed one day's pay each, amounting to £40, towards the Sick and ' Wounded Appeal Fund of the Red Cross. ' - The men are to' be complimented
on such a fine gesture and the Committee are most grateful to them. Following are the list of names: "Messrs. W. Miller, W. Gould, L. Crump, S. Flavell,-J. MeHugh. J. O'Connor, D. McCarthy, G. Glover, J. 'Robinson, W. Millar, L. Le Vert, W. Loughlin, W. Max, G. Auck- ram, Senr., G. Auckram, Junr., L. Southee, L. Baigent, T. Logan., W. Greig, A. Tye, L. Max, H. Harris, R. Auckram, R. K/napp, _H. Chap- man, E./Gibbons, W. Jones, J.™ Rhodes, A. Neighbours, H. Camp- bell, A. Bishop, L. Wallace and S. Ellis.
COMBINED HOCKEY AND FOOTBALL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
COMBINED HOCKEY AND FOOTBALL DANCE.
The Combined Rugby and Ladies' Hockey Club Dance was held on Tuesday evening at the Record Hall, there being a large assembly of dancers present. Norm. Croft's Band provided the music and Mr. Croft himself carried out the dirties of M.'C.~ as-' sisted by Mr. R. Styles. Monte Carlo winners were Miss Shirley, Cleaver and Mr. J; Cottle: Among those present were: M. Dalton, O. Holland, R. Francis, "A. , Tidswall, Peggie (2), B. Hickson, T. Jackson, L. Hercock, B. Mand-. ersbii, E. Clyd%, ; '; Jones (2), O. ■ O'Flaherty, N. Strickland, P. Dell, A.. Smith, A. Bennett, M. Brown,. Thpmas (2), Edwards "(2), ,J.,: Calder, C. Franz, N. Marriott. rJ. Ooborne, E. McDonald, N. Rout- ley: J. Orr. N. Fleet, F. Jackson, .!>.., Ashf ord, .ami N. Gain.. Messrs. N. : I). .Gorrie, _Mils.h\ D/ Jillet..' 8.. Bennett. B. Morley, J. Cottle/ W. Jones, R. Lorrigan, Kurth -(s},: .
R. Skcrton, B. Stott, H. Fenn, W. Forbes, J. Melhtosh, T. Qooke, At and E* Conno...
FEWER PATIENTS. INFLUENZA AT TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
INFLUENZA AT TRENTHAM.
The rapidity with which _ the recent mild influenza epidemic is - disap])earing from the District Mobilisation Camp,- Tren-f tham. is indicated by the marked drop in the number of patients in hospital since the week-end. There were only six cases- in the Camp hospital as against 29 on Saturday, and on Tuesday in the temporary Racecourse hospital only 90 patients many who have reached the convalescent stage) compared with i2B'or_/Sat. urday. There were only' five, adm- issions to the hospital oiT.Tues- day. \ __ •
THEY SAY WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
THEY SAY WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the 'Listener.')
THAT oiie well-known gentle- l- -man at Silverstream is keen-to know who'is who's in this column. __________ / THAT he stated some of the pars were a hit of a cross-word puzzle to him. - ■ THAT we are pleased to know some people are,- curious. THAT all We can say to you "Jack. is that each par has a meaning for someone. THAT "Scotty" has informed as the 'flu is very much on tlie wane at Trentham Camp. THAT since the temporary hos- pital has been set up at-the Race- coi-fse, Scotty has spent quite a considerable amount of-time there looking after the interest of the boys. - . THAT the local U.S.A." would like some kind friend who has a, spare radio to bring- it along to the Rooms for the use of the soldiers when visiting the Club. THAT the Friday evening Socials at the R.S.A. Rooms are still very popular. THAT thanks to the ladies of the Committee, also .from, dona- tions of goods, etc., the lads have a jolly good time. . TH...
SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
A Social Evening; was held in tse Salvation Army Hall on Monday evening ..last to omically welcome ■Major and Mrs. Chard and family to the district." . various speakers had ad- the assembly; games were ■ indulged in aiict a nenjbyable even- ing, concluded with supper. l have rtafeeh' over the ofthe. Wallaceville Aged- Mf_n's Retreat. .