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FOOTBALL. ANOTHER WIN FOR THE THIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
ANOTHER WIN FOR THE THIRDS.
Tt took the Thirds quite a while . to find the" heels of .Wellington oh Saturday.-but eventually the local boys got the. upper hand and the game ended with the score, Upper Hutt 9, Wellington 3. The first half was very keenly 'fought and Wellington, who were playing a man short, found them- selves in the lead by three points- 'when'half-time arrived. The second spell opened up with ■ Upper Hutt attacking and an in- fringement by Wellington enabled Vice-Capt, "Tarn" Blewman to equalise with a penalty. Shortly after, W. Lloyd went over for a try by literally diving- over his opponents. E. Bailley scored the final points with a very fast run down the line.
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
"' . W. o'Riley was" seen to advant- age with some good line kicking. Skipper E. Connolly and Secre- tary D. Martin were seen standing on the line with other players, in- cluding Frank Wiggall, Phillips and Cooke. The 'fin and injuries enforced these lads into having a day off. " . The game was in the capable- hands of Referee O. Plummer. :
JUNIORS AGAIN SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
JUNIORS AGAIN SUCCESSFUL.
Lead- by. Skipper Wyeth, the ■ .Juniors again were successful on Saturday when they met and de- feated Wellingtoir by 15 points to three. '- . From the kick off, Upper Hutt took the ball into their opponent's territory and some very good pass- ing movements were witnessed. McCarthy demonstrated his worth with the backs, when he time and again kept the ball moving. Cooper;. Benge, and Southee kept the forwards together and the whole pack were seen to ad- vantage several times, the hooking being certainly far superior to "Wellington.. ■ The following players were re- sponsible for the local team's score:—Cooper, try, drop kick, iind conversion; Sygrove, one try; Lorrigan, one try. "Sygrove, one of the .younger - players of the team,. played splen- did- football, his try being equal to a polish senior player. Turvey, who was hooking, held the pack solidly, and Lorrigan, at' %salf, once again played a splendid game. Morton played his visual safe game.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
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SILVERSTREAM SEWING COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
SILVERSTREAM SEWING COMMITTEE.
The above Committee who made an appeal last month for help iv the way of providing clothes for Refugee children in England are still very active. The President of the Committee, Mrs. Castle, and the Secretary, Miss O Tiara Smith, will be' pleas- ed to hear from any person who is keen to help. A suggestion by the Committee that money boxes be provided by parents for their children where any spare pennies can he-deposited towards the fund is commended and should be immediately taken up by parents. " : " The whole of the garments are dispatched to the Girl Guides' As- sociation in London, where ,they are distributed to refugees in need. We appeal to all our readers to help in such a worthy cause.
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE.
The'monthly inspection, of the Brigade'was taken by Deputy Sup- erintendent Harlen, Superintend-" ent Mason occupying, at % the business meeting,* following.'' The resignation of Mr. J. T. Good- land, from the position of Hon. Auditor, was accepted with regret, and a minute recorded of apprecia- tion of his past services, to the Brigade. At the present time, the Brigade is working.short handed owing to military and- other rea- sons. The meeting spent some time devising ways and means to meet the difficulty, and have hopes of surmounting- the. trouble. Mr. . Fryer-Raisher was elected Hon. Auditor, Grimwood/as'ah Hon. Member;/ Arrangements are well in hand for the annual-dance to be held on' July 24th. The of-. fleer's report noted one fire, for- unately unattended by any serious damage. A donation of two guineas from Mr. Maffey in con- nection with the above is thank- fully acknowledged. The motor, appliances, and equipment are in first-class order. :...
YOUTH RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
In August, 1939, representatives of _all Christian Churches in the world, and frqin every nation, met at Amsterdam," in a "huge Interna- tional Youth Conference to discuss the problems that are. facing the world, and how youth can play its part in their solution. New Zea- land was represented by two dele- gates, of whom Mr. J. R. Marshall was one. Mr. Marshall has unriv- alled knowledge of youth and its aiams in New Zealand as he is the .Chairman of the Council of Re- ligious Education which is the body advising and to a certain ex- tent controlling -the activities of the Bible Classens, and other youth ' organisations iri New Zealand. This body was responsible for the display of youth " work at the Churches' United Court at the Ex- hibition, and the Council speaks for the of New Zea- land as a whole. Mi-. J. R. Mar- shall, LL.M., is the National Chair- man, and may therefore be re- • garded as the leader of National ' Youth Work. He is to speak on the work of the...
PARCELS FOR SOLDIERS. WANTED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. ONE FOR EVERY MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
PARCELS FOR SOLDIERS.
WANTED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
ONE FOR EVERY MAN.
Further requests for gift parcels for soldiers have been' made by thc Mayor of Wellington (Mr. T. C. A. Hislop). ''' Gift parcels,'' are required, if possible, this month, but at latest before July Bth, for sending to our troops wh6 have already gone overseas. The number of parcels required is a large one and the re- quest for; their supply'is repeated order that the women's com- ' mittees and individual citizens may assist in this desirable work. "The parcels are to be sent as soon as they are ready to the Patriotic Committee's rooms at Wakefield Street, first floor, above thc Smith Family Offices. Opportunity to Send Tobacco. "It.sh.ould be noted that tobacco and .cigarettes may be sent with "these therefore the oppor- tunity should be seized of doing so because these .items cannot be included in private parcels. Gift Suggestions. The materials suggested for in- clusion in parcels ' are: —Pipe t...
WORK OF MERCY. DUMB FRIENDS LEAGUE ANIMAL WELFARE IN WAR [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
WORK OF MERCY.
DUMB FRIENDS LEAGUE ANIMAL WELFARE IN WAR
Hundreds of dogs were taken to : England by refugees from Holland : and Belgium, In many leases, •people left behind personal belong- ■ihgs they might have saved, but /.they would not leave their pets be- /hirid. Dogs/bf every, breed were landed.. : :, ; ■■y- 1 'The Ministry of - Agriculture ; have, asked" our help," Mr. Keith Robin-on/ Secretary of the Dumb Friends League, told a woman re- /presehtative of the London "Eyen- ing'Ne'ws.'' "We have at once of- ■f erect to be responsible - for the. 'quarantine charges in connection /withy these dogs. '" Quarantine for six months costs 7s. weekly, and, this does, not., include the cost of transport"from.the port of;arrival : the ' quarantine station/ The total sum per doe. for quarantine expenses' is. in the regi on of';'il"; ffuin fa «. and there are many-scores ■ of these ; poor refugees who can .
pay. nothing. Howevfer, the only alternative would .have ~been f...
HUTT VALLEY HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
HUTT VALLEY HOSPITAL.
The Hospital Board unanimous- ly decided at a special Board Meeting, held last Tuesday morn- ing, to apply, for authority, to- raise a , loan of ■ approximately £254,000, to expediate erection of an hospital in the Hutt Valley, to consist of 120 bed hospital, nurses' home. Jioilerhouse, and the' neces- sary services pertaining thereto. The Building Committee, in sub- mitting their report, stated that the arrangements made should en- able the hospital to he available by thc beginning of April next year, 1 and the following recommenda- tions were unanimously agreed to:— ' \ " ' ■ - (.a) That the Fletcher Construc- tion Co., Ltd., having placed their organisation at the disposal of the Government for war purposes,-have inti- mated to the Board's Sub- committee that they are prepared, as one of their donations" to the War Funds, to erect the Hutt Valley Hospital at cost. (b).That the very .generous offe], 'of the Fletcher Con- struction Co., Ltd., be ac- cept...
MEN'S HOCKEY. UPPER HUTT SENIORS' 4-KARORI 2. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
UPPER HUTT SENIORS' 4-KARORI 2.
= — . Karori made things hard for-the . local team by scoring two goals in quick succession, but Upper Hutt managed to draw level by half- time." From a penalty bulley, Suther- land put his team one in the lead, and a further goal was added be- fore the end of the game. McDowell, who was absent, was sadly, missed at left-half, but Mur- ray, at- full-bac_, playing his usual brilliant game, saved his side on many occasions. Hanging on to the ball too long was again notice- " able and centreing was often left too late. - < Play generally, was hard ajd scrappy, • but with the return of Wallace- and McDowell, it is to be hoped- that the old combination will once -again return. Scorers "were Grigg, 2; Sutherland and Butcher, 1.
WARRIORS JUNIORS 0—HUTT 6. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
WARRIORS JUNIORS 0— HUTT 6.
' Playing at Lower Hutt, War- riors met Lower Hutt and.were dc- . f eat'ed through the lack of players thc Warriors only fielding seven men. . ;. The winning team scored three goals in the first half. In the ond half, the local team held their opponent till the completion of the • game. - ' . Clarke, x at centre-forward, play- ed a solid game. In the back-line, Watson and Hill played good "hockey, but the latter was injured in the first half and -"as unable to continue.
WARRIORS 2 v. TECHNICAL 2. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
WARRIORS 2 v. TECHNICAL 2.
'4.-; Grade). V; >, /The; match : between and Technical; at Nai-Nai, restilt- ed in.a draw■;:-between), the two- teams which played a hard game. 'The /first/to score . was Technical, ; "which' was .levelled by the local. team.; The score at half-time was./ 1-—l> Technical-being; first to score. At the end of"; the game the score "\ was 2-^2i ; '■' ■."• ;: : '; -'. .-. . ■_ .' •■ ; The 'ontstanding were Trapp : itt in the $;lso Trappitt (Senr.,-)-in goal, .who^iised'his pads, sticks and J)6ot. to every- advarit- ;age.-:--.r.y; ; ,-■,/'.' ■..: ■<■.:■■/■■ ■: /-. The scorers for the. local team. were: .Farrow 2.'".. .';■'..■
MALE VOICE CHOIR CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 June 1940
MALE VOICE CHOIR CONCERT
The Upper Hutt Male Voice/ Choir, who for many years past have delighted the musical public of Upper Hutt, will be staging- their first Concert of the year on Thursday next. v • Patrons are assured of an.enjoy- able evening, with the combined Choir's medleys and'choruses;. The solo artist for' the evening is . Miss H. Griffiths,- of" Upper Hutt/ and "Mr. MacLennan. the well- • known Wairarapa* violinist, of Martinborough, will also delight the audience with his playing. - Tickets are now' available from' any member of the.Commi.tee.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
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MALE CHOIR CONCERT TO-NIGHT" l -M
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THURiSDAY, JUNE! 27tli, 1940.
Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper.
LEAGUE OF MOTHERS. UPPER HUTT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
LEAGUE OF MOTHERS.
UPPER HUTT BRANCH.
There was a large attendance at the June meeting when the Lower - Hiitt.League Choir attended. Mrs. Warburton was the. speaker, and Mrs. Lowe, Vice-President, also was present. All received a hearty welcome from Mrs. Castle, Presi- dent. ■ . Mrs. Warburton took her listen- ers with her for a tour of Cad- bury's Chocolate Works, England, where ten thousand people are em- ployed under ideal' conditions. Spotless buildings, swimming baths, tennis courts, and sports grounds are provided, also a theatre, where plays are given by the workers. All food is prepared there and eaten, in, a large airy dining-room or on a wide terrace overlooking the beautiful park- like grounds. Every effort is made for the comfort and happiness of the workers. Mrs. Warburton conducted a large choir, who sang delightful glees, Mrs. Grigg acting as accom- panist. Posies and sweets were received by all performers. Lov- ely flowers and berries were don- ated by Mr...
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the 'Listener.')
. Y:Y_JtiAT we are pleased to see Mr. Corder, our Postmaster, up and about again after his severe bout of the"'liv." THAT we wish- him a speedy re- \ '"turn to normal health once more. THAT Mr. Corder is a very live = wire in the town, being associated with the Dramatic Society; also Treasurer •of the local Patriotic Committee. THAT talking of live wires, we notice that Mr. R. Styles has link : ed up with the Rhythm Boys. THAT as a Drummer, he cer- tainly is a live wire and will be an asset to the Band. - THAT Upper Hutt was privileg- ed to see the troops on the march Monday afternoon and. everyone looked the part. THAT with such sights as that makes you "itch" to be back again with them. THAT the pessimists must agree that with boys like them we will get there. THAT among the Railway Units going into Camp, quite a number of them came from Upper Hutt and Cross Creek. THAT we. were asked "where is the Ladies' Rest Room?" THA...