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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
CHURCH NOTICES. METHODIST CHURCH. (Benzie Avenue) 13th ANNIVERSARY SERVICES Morning at 11. —The Church in the World. Evening at 7.—The Silent Multitudes. • Preacher at both services: Rev. A. H. Ivory. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw; 7 p.m., Rev. J. C. Mc- Caw. Silverstream. —7 p.m., Supply. . Trentham.—7 p.m.—Supply. CHURCH OF ENGLAND; EIGHTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Upper Hutt.-—ll. a.m., Mattins; ' 11.45 a.m., Holy Communion; 7 p.m., Evensong. Trentham. —8 a.m., Holy Com- munion; 7 p.m., Evensong (The Vicar). Silverstream.—7 p.m., Even- song. Kaitoke.—9.3o a.m., Holy Com- '." muuion at Mrs.- Simms' residence. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, JULY 14th. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School. 7 p.m.—Bright Gospel Service. Speaker, 'Mr. R. Nairn. Subject: "Great Future Events." A sub j ect of interest to all. , Come and bring your friends. SATURDAY, JULY 13th—7 p.m., .Young People's Meeting. Mr. Nairn will address the meet- . ing, speaking on "Heroes of the Faith" (Early Ma...
WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. UPPER HUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
J .' The meeting of the Upper I Women's Institute held on July' j 2nd was very well attended by j members and visitors. Patriotic work in various forms are being f carried on. ( Miss Amy Kane's appeal for the' y contribution of a garment for re- | fugees from each member of the \ Institute was unanimously agreed [ 'to. |. The Hutt Valley Branch of the ' Lady Galway Guild promises to be t warmly supported. )_' Eight parcels for soldiers over- ) .seas have been packed ready for j transport. j During the • afternoon, Mrs. j Hopkirk demonstrated the making , of quilts from sheep's wool, and the finished articles on exhibit, be- . sides being very appreciable at I this time of the year were also I charming and inexpensive. Mrs. I Hopkirk was accorded a very i hearty vote of thanks and present- , ed with a spray. . Mrs. Rogers (Frankton), won a cake competition. The results of the monthly competitions were as ' follows:—Bran biscuits: Mrs. Wil : ...
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The monthly meeting of the Wallaceville Women's Institute was held on 26th June, Mrs. Hop- kirk presiding over a good at- tendance: There was a good response to •the appeal for clothing for re-' ;>fugees, and a supply of good warm •.-garments were sent in. The Knitting Circle has been busy and a. number-of scarf s,..mit- tens, etc., handed over to the Patriotic Society. . ■ An interesting - demonstration was given by Mrs. Spaekcaan on making string baskets and bead evening bags. , • The competitions were won by Mrs. Hopkirk, best bloom; apple piej Mrs. Anderson, Ist, Mrs. Hop- kirk, 2nd; lucky number, Winnie Ross. '..-■'"..-■ . The hostesses were Mesdames Wallis, Simpson, Scaife, Sawtell. The Cup and Saucer Afternoon held recently proved a great, suc- cess. The programme consisted of Community singing, games, two solos by Mrs. Wilmot and two items by the choir. A short play by some of'the members were all very much enjoyed. Afternoon tea was ...
MEN'S HOCKEY. SENIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
In a friendly. match with the Air Force, the Warriors fielded a team below usual strength, four of the regulars being away, but one vacancy was filled by an ex-mem- ber of the Club in .Ron Pearce, who was on short leave from naval duties. Ron played a sound game, and would not need a great deal of practice to be able to hold his own with the best in the Club. Air Force played a good sound game, and ran out the winners by three goals to one. As no cham- pionship points are in matches against the Air Force, the local boys forgot all.their worries and played the airmen at their own game—good clean hockey, ' played just for the pleasure; of'it.-." R. Clyde played his usual good game, and was rewarded by scor- ing Warriors only go ah Adam Stent; an ex-Warrior, was\ one of the Air Force "leading lights," and. apparently enjoyed the out- ing'against his old Club.
DEATH FROM INJURIES. CARILLON CARETAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
DEATH FROM INJURIES.
Mr. W. Duncan, caretaker of the War Memorial Carillon, and living at 41 Nairn Street, died in hospital 'on Monday- morning of injuries resulting from a motor ae* cident. He was a passenger in a car which was involved in a colli- . sion with another car on the main road near ■ Silverstream shortly be- - fore 1 o 'clock on Sunday morn- ing . When he was taken to hos- pital by the Free Ambulance he was found to be suffering from in- ternal injuries. The other occu- pants of the" cars were xinhurt. The death of Mr. Duncan came; as a great shock to many people • in the Silverstream and Upper Hutt district, as he was very well- known among the . local dancing .fraternity.; - . The late Mr. Duncan had, for quite a long time carried out the duties of M.C. at the Silverstream Social Club Saturday night danc- es; also he was a Vice-President of the Club. ; .. ;,■.-"■ Through his death Silverstream have lost one Of the most.popular and effic...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
$ % | 8 p.m. POPULAR PRICE NIGHT 8 p.m. | I 8 p.m. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 p.m. 3 ) MONSTER MYSTERYNIGHT | I Two Top Rate Thrillers on one Programme! N s First <' THE CAT AND THE CANARY ' | j Starring w | BobJHope Paulette Goddard | 4 Tingling Terror in the year's Big Thrill Hit—A | lovely woman in the clutches of a Murderous Mon- $ ster in the middle of "the night. It Avill send chills § | up and down your spine and the next moment g I double you with mirth. $ Second A. W. Manson's | "AT THE VILLA ROSE" | WITH '■ § Kenneth Kent Judy Kelly | A thrilling, Detective mystery, by "the Author who § wrote "The Four Feathers." Exciting from start % to finish. S [ (x 2 p.m. 8 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. 2 p.m. 8 8 p.m. MONDAY 8 p.m. | Something Different. | The Sensational Overnight Success , ..9 South of the Border | ■.;, (Down Mexico Way) 9 " ' STARRING .-" . 9 GENE AUTRY SMILEY BURNETTE 9 i June Storey and the Checkerboard Band g i Introducing the song hit of the century in a thrilling n i picture o...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
I MA J ESTIC SPECIAL NOTICE. This Theatre will be closed next Saturday for Installation of Heating Plant and New Sound Equipment.
Mr. J. Roughan, brother of Mrs. W. MeCrossin, is at present in training at Burnham. Prior to joining up, Mr. Roughan was con- nected with sport in Upper Hutt," as a. playing member of the local 'Cricket Club,,also he was a popu- lar football coach in the town.
NATIONAL SERVICE. PRO VISION, FOR APPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
PRO VISION, FOR APPEAL.
An address on the national ser- vice emergency regulations wmX given at a recent meeting-of mem- bers of the Wellington Branch of the New Zealand Society of..Ac-. countants and the Accountant Students' Society, by , Mr. ; H. L. Boekett, Assistant Director of the National .Service department.. After explaining the* full range of the regulations, Mr. Boekett mentioned that every reservist called in the ballot nad a right of appeal on any of the following grounds :*— (a) That when he was called up he was not a member of the re- serve ; -(b): that when he was call- ed up from-any .class -of the re- serve he wasva member of-some other class, the calling-up of which had not been. authorised by the Minister under the : regulatons; (c) that by reason*.of his-occupa- tion his calling up for service was contrary,, to: public^interest; (d) that,-.by.reason-of his domestic:cir- cumstances '. or for any other rea- son, his calling ;up : for s...
VOLUNTER BADGES. ISSUE IN WELLINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
ISSUE IN WELLINGTON
The; special volunteer badges- :for issue to men whose offer to serve with "the 2nd N.Z..E.F. has_ not been*-accepted through phy- sical disability; or for other rea- sons and also to men;-; not likely to be called up-for a period ex- ceeding one; : monthj rare -s now -available at Area Headquarters, Buckle Street. In order to sinoy plify, as far as possible, the big. task of issuing ;these badges to the many - hundreds of men .en- titled to it has, been decid- ed to deal first of all. .with those entitled to the, badge . because they have been-declared perman- . .': ently unfit.
As far as possible personal ap- plication should be made to the Area Onice, but written appli- cations accompanied by the re- gistration certificates ]in each case will be accepted. Already a number :of badges have been is- sued in Wellington.
FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
The Thirds lost the toss to Johnsonville at Wakefield Park on Saturday, Johnsonville electing to take' the southern end-with a Strong . wind behind them. The game was more- or less a mud scramble and play was mostly confined to the forwards, but at intervals, the Upper Hutt backs were seen in action owing to the forwards getting the ball, in the scrums, but Johnsonville were strong on defence and there was no score in the first spell. In the second half, with the wind to advantage, the Thirds pene- trated deep into Johnsonville ter- ritory and it was not long before Oram, was able to go over for a try which was converted by Grib- ben. Shortly afterwards, in some light work by the - forwards, the ball was hooked out to Stott, who sent it out to Gribben who, being in a good position, took a pot at goal which went over. The game ended in favour of Upper Hutt by 9—o and this team is now second equal with Sea- toun with Taita at the top of the ladder. • Keep it up T...
JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
The Juniors met and defeated Training College on Saturday last by 12 points to nine. Cooper obtained the full amount of points for the local team by two tries, one conversion and a pen- alty goal. R. Southee was very unlu jky in not scoring on one or two oc: casions. . Outstanding players were N. McCarthy, full-back, who once again demonstrated his capabili- ties as a iast line of defence, also W. Cooper, R. Skerten, S. Dalton, J. Wyeth and Lorrigan.
FIFTH GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
After several reverses, the Fifths regained winning form to defeat Eastbourne 6—3 at Hutt Park on Saturday. Franz and Stowell scored good tries for the local lads, while the Seasiders' points resulted from a penalty goal. The winning margin would - Jiave been greater had heavy rain not put-back play out of the ques- tion in the second spell. It was hard to distinguish among a solid pack of forwards, but three who were in the thick of the play all the way were Ber- ri ngton, Wimms * and Stowell. . The backs did not receive many opportunities, but Hoare played a good game and was unlucky to cross the dead-ball line after a- fine passing movement with R. O'Reilly, while Gilbert played a consistent game behind the scrum.
SPORTING FIXTURES RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
Upper Hutt Juniors v. Seatoun, Maidstone Park No. 1., 2.45 : p.m.— X..D. Melntyre. Upper Hutt Thirds v. Technical Old Boys, Maidstone Park, No. 2, 2.45 p.m.—H. McKegney. -
Uppef Hutt Fourths v. Oriental, Strand Park, No. 1, 2.45 p.m.— M. C. Neave. Uppor Hutt "Fifths v. Onslow, Strand Park, No. 2, 2.45 p.m.—W. Barton.
INSPIRING -SCENE. NEW ZEALAND TROOPS. HIGH COMMISSIONER PAY'S VISIT TO SECOND ECHELON. WILL MAINTAIN TRADITION [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
NEW ZEALAND TROOPS.
HIGH COMMISSIONER PAY'S VISIT TO SECOND ECHELON.
WILL MAINTAIN TRADITION
There was an inspiring scene somewhere in England, when Mr. W. J. Jordan, High Commissioner for New Zealand, inspected the New Zealand forces as they stood in long deep ranks on the parade ground against a background of trees. Mr. Jordan saw' also the artil- lery, engineers, signallers and the medical unit. The Maoris did not give their war cry, but greeted Mr. Jordan with a flash of bay- onets in a general. salute, carried out with precision. Then they laid down their rifles and sat on the gra!ss in accordance with the traditional custom, listening to their chief. Mr. Jordan told all that they are among friends. "I remember when other New Zealanders pa- , raded in the same way in Britain. They did a job," said the High Commissioner. ",You have a big job-and will do it." ; He said he knew they would play the game, not only to main- tain the reputatio...
LETTERS TO SOLDIERS CORRECT ADDRESSING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
LETTERS TO SOLDIERS
Owing to the non-inclusion of , the. Echelon—First pr Second, as the case may be—in the address, the Post Office is experiencing dif- ficulty in correctly sorting eorre-
spondence for members of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force ovei- seas. The omission of the echelon number may result in correspon- dence being dispatched to the wrong country, involving long de- lay in delivery. The number of the echelon is particularly neces- sary on correspondence for mem- bers of divisional 'anits, namely, Divisional Signals, Divisonal- Am : munition Company, Divisional Pe- trol Company, etc., because- in such cases there is no' other indica- tion of the echelon to "which the soldier is attached. The following are specimen addresses: — 5001 Private J. Brown, D. Com- pany, 19th Wellington Rifle Bat- talion, First Echelon Overseas. ~ 1265 Private H. Jones, C. Com- pany, 21st Auckland) Rifle Bat- talion, Second Echelon Overseas.
MORE PRODUCTION. APPEAL TO FARMERS: NEW SEASON'S PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 11 July 1940
APPEAL TO FARMERS:
NEW SEASON'S PROGRAMME.
Emphasising how to-day the products of the soil were the sin- ews of war, the Minister of Agri- culture (the Hon. W. L. Martin), in an address, said that nothing less than maximum production on the part of the farmers was good enough-at the present time. The Minister said every effort was being made to maintain farm supplies. Of course, many mater- ials were no longer available; but likely substitutes were being in- vestigated or tested. The raw materials used in fertiliser making had risen in price, but the Govern- ment had been able by subsidies to keep the price of superphosphate at pre-war level, and if the farmer . took advantage of the rebate on used sacks he would obtain this .fertiliser at below pre-war level. Steps were also being taken to.' maintain the supply of seeds. They grew in New Zealand seeds equal to.the best in the world. Ar- rangements had been made for seeds to be grown in the Domin- ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
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LEN. BENG.E 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