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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
SPORTING. T. R. GEORGE AT OPAKL The Trentham trainer, T. R. George, has transferred his main activities temporarily to Opaki, Masterton, where he has a prop- erty of his own. He will probably remain there for some months so as to secure the advantage of firm- er training tracks during the wet season at Trentham. .The following are the horses George has taken:—Beau. Vite, Dungarvan, Duneannon, . Name- Galteemore, Dark Water, Trench Law, Batsham, Beau Ciel, Beau Coureur, Lady Motava (Lord Warden—Molten), Lady Manna —Jaqueline of . Hinault), The Whipper (Ringmaster—Burnish), Par Avion (Ringmaster—Dama- ris), Tamakaha (Pombal— : Gay Doll), Kevin (Martarma—Tar'a- hake), Olein (Leig'hon--Rachel), Forsake -~ (Bulandshar —-Western Maid), Payroll (Croupier—Calor- ina), Defoe—Lady Sal colt, Lord Quex —Repay filly, and a Fox- bridge filly. SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK-END. FOOTBALL. Upper Hutt Juniors_.v. Oriental, Maidstone Park, No. 1, 2.45 p.m.— W. Ryan. Upper Hutt Thirds v. Pirates, Maid...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
HUMOUR. PUSH. FIRST PICK. Tommy: Mummy, lias Aunt Betty got a little baby? . Mother: Yes, dear. Tommy: Has Aunt May? Mother: No; she has a little dog instead. Tommy: Oh, I suppose she had .first pick! _# MISTAKE. A very thin goalkeeper in a village football match was being annoyed by a small terrier that had run on to the field. When he could stand it no longer he turned and shouted to the spec- tcitors * "Hi! Whoever owns this rotten little mongrel might have the dec- ency to call him off the field." A voice came out of the crowd: "Gome here, Spot! Them ain't bones. Them's legs." #____ PAPA WAS BEADY. A student failed in all five sub- jects he took~ He telegraphed to a brother: "Failed in five. Prepare papa." The brother telegraphed back: "Papa prepared; prepare your- self," Husband: "I'm going to sack that confounded chauffeur. He nearly killed me again, to-day." Wife: "Oh, darling. Give him , another chance." OAUQED. The teacher was testing the know- ledge of the kindergarten cla...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
EHE GEANGE CARRYING CO. LTD. WHOLES ALB DEALERS & CARRIERS. - Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76M. Wellington 42-044.
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
THUDaSDAY, JTLTLiY -4th, 1940.
Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper.
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the 'Listener.')
THAT the local Fire Brigade has received" two eaiis within the last week, both of which have been answered most promptly.- ---" ——- —■ ■' ' THAT on one occasion; a cer- tain well-known Councillor was seen aboard the engine. '•-'-■' : THAT these calls during the ; daytime -; finds-y the job (most ofiliem being-busi- nessmen in the district, y THAT we heard a whisper that the local R.S.A. are; holding a dance shortly. THAT it will be on a big scale if what we heard is correct. THAT money ,is needed by the Branch ; for alterations and no doubt this dance is one way in which to raise the necessary. a , THAT 4;he and ■ Ladies' Hockey Clubs are holding anoth- er:da?ice- next 7. _ 7... THAT it's nice to see two such sporting ' bodies combining in their efforts}. THAT it's a good lead for other such organisations to com- bine; in their social activities. THAT the,Silverstream Social Club are still drawing crowds to their Saturday e...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
CLAPHAM and DWYER CHIMNEY SWEEPS. Expert Workmanship. Will visit Upper Hutt every Tuesday. Leave your orders with. Hazelwood & Co. 'Phone 1. UPPER HUTT WOOD & -COAL YABD 7-7 R.C.H. ASKEW 'Phone-375. 7— . Main Road. UPPER HUTT. Carbonettes, Coke, Screened Coat, The best in firewood - 7 requirements. ' , •' • T. RUSSELL & SOHS, Ltd. BUTCHERS 7 MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT One Quality Only THE BEST. ' ':1 7 Phone 258. Daily Deliveries Heretaunga Service Station. (E. R/ MENZIES). Motor7a^d^€-eae^ ..WA49p^g,*fo^^ HATTERY charging. All Classes of Cycle Parts In Stock. MAIN KOAD — TRENTHAM. - 'Phone 219. PROVINCIAL HOTEL 7' "■■ n 1 UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Berl- in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. No Advertisements or news will be accepted for publication after 9 a.m. on Wednesdays. WANTED^.—Board; middle-aged person, refined, no attention. State terms in. writing to 'Leader' Office. V LOST.—Camp Road, Trentham, Small Child's Brown Kid Glove. Finder - k...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
NOTIQE His Worship the Mayor will be in attendance at the Borough Council Office on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday of each from 3p.m to 4.30 p.m. for the purpose of. inter- viewing residents on Borough affair
E-E!-S-I-J>EHsr-T-S OF SH^ERSTEtEAM VISIT LANCASTER'S STORE FOR your requirements; WE DELIVER. Agents for Daily and Weekly Papers Including The ''Leader." . WANTED TO SELL — Dropside Got with. Mattress .and high chair 30s. Alse three Lanshan Cockerels £1-1.0 each. Mrs. Bason Logan St. jgTRAYED from McParland Street, Large Gray Persian Cat, June 2nd, 1940.—Reward. Mrs Young.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
GRAND DANCE WAYSIDE CABARET. . THIS SATURDAY, JULY 6th. Norman Croft's New- Century , Band. Silverstream Social Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT GRAND DANCE Good Music. Good Supper. Excellent Orchestra. ' Bus leaves Upper Hutt at 8 p.m. D. A. JACKSON, Hon. Secretary. F. V. EVANS GENERAL ENGINEER Ald_ OIiASSES OF WEIiDING. LAWNMOWER REPAIRS. WHITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD, Silverstream. LOST.—Black Belt, gilt- buckle, — - -between ,Benzie., Avenue and Melrose • Street. Reward. Return 'Leader' Office. . - FOR SALE.—Buick Light Six 4 .*-j Tourer. . Good order, good tyres. .. Registered. • Price £15. Apply Hathaway, Bentick Street, Upper Hutt. ' . • to starch and iron, collars,. also table- cloths, for private family. Apply E222, 'Leader' Office.; ' I ROYAL EXCHANGE f I ASSURANCE 1 '► (Incorporated inTßngland) S :: Specialises in I I ACCIDENT and I : SICKNESS I ■\' : . INSURANCE. I I ir^ land! !- _*u.ti36y'..-.-.. I - (A.Birkett) | Agents Upper ; Hutt.? Fire & General | Insurance business I also...
FOOTBALL. UPPER HUTT JUNIORS DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
UPPER HUTT JUNIORS DEFEATED.
With alterations in the team, the Juniors were defeated'on Sat- urday last by 11 pointsrto six-by the visiting Oriental team. N. McCarthy, who took over the position of full-back played an ex- cellent game and did all that was expected of him. Lorrigan again showed his worth at half,' and was ably supported by Sker- ten, Cooper and Bailey. The forwards were well led by skipper Wyeth. Amdng them worthy of mention were Benge, Dalton, Southee and Skerten.
THIRDS v. PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
THIRDS v. PIRATES.
The Thirds were again success- ful on Saturday against Pirates, winning by 16—10. '...-■ The scorers for this team were: E. Baillie, 1 try j F. Wigzell, 1 try j E.Lloyd,-! try; E. Gribben, 1 penalty and 2 conversions. . Ted Gribben, who has gone into Camp with the Territorial Unit will be missed as he is' a very sound inside back and his inclu- sion in the team against Johrnson- ville at Wakefield Park on Satur- day, would be a great asset.
SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK-END. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK-END.
Upper Hutt Juniors v. Train-' ing College, Maidstone Park, No. 1, 2.45 p.m.—A. M, JPleteher. Upper Hutt Thirds' v. Jdhhsbn- ville, Wakefield Park, No. 6y 2.45 p.m.-—C. Coyle. ..'.'■; Upper Hutt Fourths V. WelP ington, Maidstone Park, ' No. 2, 2.45 p.m,.—o. J. Plummer. Upper Hutt Fifths v. East- bourne, Hutt Park, No. 2; 2.45.— B. P. Wilson.
POWER POLES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
Quite a lot .of controversy has again been raised about the Power Pole at the intersection of Main Road and Exchange Street, and the suggestion made is that the Council be asked to remove, same before an accident occurs. One ratepayer stated that it was only by luck that a serious accident did not occur on Satur- day evening last. '. However, the position is that the pole is a source of great danger and .the Council should get into touch with the Power Bpard to have same removed.
BRITAIN'S EGG SUPPLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
BRITAIN'S EGG SUPPLIES.
The extent to which Great Bri- tain's supplies of eggs have been af- fected by the German occupation of Denmark ■ Holland and Poland, with- out taking' into account diminished supplies from other countries as a result of the war: ; For the first six months m 1939 imports of eggs - into the United Kingdom from/ the three countries mentioned were as follows: Denmark, 50390,000 dozen; Poland, 13,070,- ---000 dozen; Holland, 38,590000. doz- en a total of 102,650,000 dozen.
RED CROSS APPEAL. RED CROSS SICK AND WOUNDED FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
RED CROSS APPEAL.
RED CROSS SICK AND WOUNDED FUND.
First monthly donation, Hume. Pipe Co. Staff, Upper Hutt, £2/6/6:.G;. : 5: Crook, A. J. Rob- ertson, ,G. S. Blaekwell, A. J. ThorneayJ. Mlllsop, W. J. Robin- son, R. L. Dunn, T. E. Cooke, D.* M. F. N. Ching. Miss. Baber, £7/12/2j F. Ik. ■ Whiteman- £3/3/0.
PLANTS AND SHRUBS REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
PLANTS AND SHRUBS REQUIRED.
Oiir readers are advised that plants and shrubs are required to beautify the Trentham Camp. At present a staff' of gardeners are busily engaged in putting the ground in order and all that is nee ( ded is the necessary plants. Rea-ders who have any of the ' s aboveto leave them at the Leader Qffice or send direct to Camp Headquarters, Trent- ham. ' j , -
SOLDIERS ENTERTAINED AT DANCE. SILVERSTREAM COMMITTEE AGAIN TO THE FORE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
SOLDIERS ENTERTAINED AT DANCE.
SILVERSTREAM COMMITTEE AGAIN TO THE FORE.
On Wednesday evening last, about 150.soldiers from the Trent- ham Military Camp were the guests at a dance given by the abbve Committee in the Social Hall at Silverstream. Lady partners were provided for the occasion and an enjoyable evening was spent. Among the amusing incidents: of the dance was' a Monte Carlo Foxtrot for the m&h €)hly. Music was supplied by the Ex- celsior Dance Band, and Mr. W. Buhcari carried out the duties of M:C. \. / , Among the la;dy guests present were: Misses F. Kurth, H. and B. Hatt, A. Thomas, B. Manderson, B. Hfcksbh, E. Clyde, D, Weath- erTey, E. and D. Ashford, H. Jack- son, P. Krohn, L. Walsh and many others,, also Mesdames Potts, Col- will, Orr. The Committee responsible were Hon. V. Ward and Mrs. Ward, Capt. and Mrs. Macintosh, Mr. and Mrs. E. Smyrk, Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Jackson, Mrs. T. A. Hunter,, Mrs. W; McGrath, Mrs. Websteiy Misses Wylie, Duffey, Barton, B...
FURTHER ENLISTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
. During the past week or 90 several local boys have entered Camp, of which quite a number have joined the Railway Con- struction Cbmpaiiy . Among them are Messrs. C. Mortbii, A. Connolly, G. and. F. Ktirth, H. -Pelling, and J. Stokes. , Other enlistments'- are Jim Randle, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Randle, Whakatiki. Street; also R. T. Chorley, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Chpi'ley, Tawai Street, who has: joined the Engineers.
SCHEME FOR RECEPTION OF BRITISH CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 July 1940
SCHEME FOR RECEPTION OF BRITISH CHILDREN.
Forms for applications to fill in are now available for use. Any person wishing to nomin- ate children of relatives or friends in Great Britain should send par- ticulars to the Town Clerk, of Upper Hutt, or to the Internal Af- fairs Department, Wellington. In making application for any particular children, applicants should give the names and full addresses of their. British rela- tives or friends and should specify the names of the children tkey particularly desire to .have, with, them. Further particulars with ap- plication forms can be obtained from the Borough. Council.