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WELLINGTON HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
The group number of beds is 572 at ordinary times, but on Tuesday, Mr. J. Purvis informed that no less than 1025 beds were in use which is a record for the hospital; "the main reason being that soldiers at Forts, Territorials from the Winter Show Buildings, owing to overcrowding, the Board has again taken over the Trent- ham Racecourse.
LADY GALWAY GUILD AND PATRIOTIC COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
LADY GALWAY GUILD AND PATRIOTIC COMMITTEE.
(UPPER HUTT BRANCH).
The Upper Hutt rooms over Hazelwood's Shop will be open on Friday at 2 p.m., and the Silver- stream Hall has been made avail- able for Thursday afternoons at . 2 p.m. All; 'women- who are willing to do war work are cordially invited to attend.
The.Committee is also appealing for - the loan of sewing - machines, chairs, tables, radiators for rise in the rooms, and anyone who can assist in this direction is requested to communicate with the secre- tary. •..■ ■~/'.: ■
RITA SNOWDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
Not often is Upper Hutt' fav- oured; with the \visits of people who are known throughout the country, but Rita Snowden, one.of the best known-people in New Zealand is coming here for a week commencing on Friday. For many years, Sister Rita, as she is best known, has devoted her life "to the visiting of people out in the coun- try districts far away from the towns, but now she is coming here to tell, us of her j work for the Church. In addition to her travelling, Sister Rita is better known as a most successful author . whose books have sold widely and not only in this country- Her. best known book ." When I Open My Window has sold throughput the English speaking world, and is just full of wisdom _ and encour- agement, and is redolent too of the freshness of her own life and ex- perience as in her caravan, she travels the lesser -known roads pf the country. ':•> The-Methodist Church of which she is an honoured servant, is ad- vertising special meetings.:' for S...
UPPER HUTT SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
UPPER HUTT SOLDIERS.
The Upper" Hutt Patriotic Com- mittee of which the Mayor, Mr. J. Blewman is Chairman, desires to get into touch with all Upper Hutt and district boys of the Third Echelon.- All names are required \and should be sent direct to Mr. E. Zorab, Chatsworth Street, Silver- stream. "...,-,' _,
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT GRAND DAJMCE WAYSIDE CABARET. Trentham Military Dance Band Silverstream Social Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT GRAND DANCE Good Music. Good Supper. Excellent Orchestra. leaves Upper Hutt at 8 p.m. D. A. JACKSON, Hon. Secretary. F. V. EVANS . -<"": . GENERAL engineer ALL CI_ASSES OF WELDING. MWN MOWER REPAIRS. WHITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD, Silverstream. We Telegraph Flowers "Socially Correct Flowers by wire. When a gift must be your messenger '. To someone miles away, You can depend on Flowers-by-wire To say it in the proper way. . Mrs, R. J. CAMPBELL FLORISTE BIRCH STREET, UPPER HUTT. No Advertisements or news will be accepted for publication after 9 a.m. on Wednesdays. LOST.—Tartan Scarf on Satur- day between Trentham -Race- and Main Road, Trentham. Finder kindly return to 232 'Lead- er' Office. :-'. WANTED TO BUY.—Three- -quarter Stretcher and wire or bedstead. Write '75' c/o 'Leader' Office. • WANTED.—Capable girl, do- ; mestic: duties: Apply Mrs. David Morrow, Roya...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
- ■ CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. NINTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Upper Hutt —-8 a.m., Holy Com- mimioii; 7~p.ni.,'. Evensong. Treiithani.—ll ' a.m., . -Mat-tins; 11.45 a.m., Holy Communion; 7 p.m., Evensong. ..-,'-' ' Silverstream.—7 . p.m., Even- . song (The Vicar). Akatarawa!. —9.30 a.m., Holy Communion. . METHODIST CHURCH. ' (Benzie Avenue). Morning at 11.—"Keeping tlie Faith." .'• ~\.a". .-•-■" ■-.: Evening..at."7.—"The Touch of Christ." ■ ; Preacher "at both services-—Rev." A. H. Ivory. VISIT OF SISTER RITA SNOWDEN. Saturday t night.—7.4s, Meeting - for youth. Sunday afternoon—2.3o, Sun- day School meeting. Parents and friends invited. A Monday evening—7.4s, Public meeting to be addressed by Sister Rita at the Church. Tuesday afternoon- —2.30, Meet- ing for women at /which Sister •Rita will speak. V PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SUNDAY, JULY 21st., 1940. Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., R_v. J. C. McCaw; 7 p.m., Mr. F. E. Chap- pell. Wallaceville.—2 p 4 m., Rev. J. C. :, McCaw. ; .Silverstream.—...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
PROPERTIES FOR SALE. SECTIONS £45; — DEPOSIT £10. TRENTHAM.—Good level sec- tions, close to Station, 47 s ; 159, 50 x 150, £55. Deposit £10. Balance £1 per month. TRENTHAM.—Six rooms, section, h. and c. water, inside w.c, garage, in first-class ordeiv Price £925. Deposit £200. MAIN ROAD„ Upper Hutt — Three rooms and kitchenette, bathroom, good level £-acre sec- tion, garage, £525. Vacant posses- sion. UPPER HUTT.—Four - rooms, kitchenette, bathroom, h. and c. water, good level section, £525. HUTT VALLEY LAND AGENCY 'Phone 765., Upper Hutt.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 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 YARD R.C.H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. — v Main Road. UPPER HUTT/ Carbbnettes, Coke, Screened CoaL The best in firewood requirements. T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries Heretaunga Service Station. (E. R. MENZIES). Motor and General Engineer. WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING BATTERY CHARGING. Ail Classes of Cycle Parts .--'-.■ In Stock. MAIN ROAD — TRENTHAM. T : A. 'Phone 219. V: PROVINCIAL HOTEfr" -" UPPER HUTT : T. Fisher (Proprietor') Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. /TE MARUA SCHOOL EUC HBE and DAINO E FRIDAY, JULY 19th AT 8 P.M. GOOD PRIZES AND SUPPER. Admission:— ''.._;■ Gents 1/-.—Ladies, a platfe,^ FARMERS' ANNUAL 'DANCE FRIDAY, AUGUST 2nd. RECORD HALL. ; /First-Class Supper. Sherwood's Orchestra. Sub.:—Gents 2/6....
MEN'S HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
Owing to the weather last Sat- urday, no. competition games were played, but some of the Warriors -players, unaware of the position," travelled to Nai Nai, and played a friendly game with Varsity. The local team comprised of players from all grades, and ran out the winners" by two goals to one. The championship, as far as the Warriors Senior team is concern- ed, is ,-drawing to a close,,, and as" some of the players will be un- available next Saturday, members of the Junior team will have a enance of proving their worth in Senior ranks. The local boys still have a chance in the Senior. 82. championship, and as some of the Juniors are well up to senior standard, the team should be quite „s strong as usual. . The" following are the teams foi* Saturday, 20th July:— Senior: -G. Louper, L. Clarke,. N. Wallis, P. Sutherland, R. Clyde, G. McDowell, J. Swan,'G. Hill, R. Murray, L. McMahon, and L. Boyd.' Junior: L. Hiiitz, T. Williams, J. Allen, L. Faulkner, H. Watson,
P. & T. SERVICE. WORK FOR OFFICERS WIVES [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
P. & T. SERVICE.
WORK FOR OFFICERS WIVES
' Wives of married men in the ser- vice of the Post and Telegraph De- partment who have been released for active service are to be of- fered temporary employment li- the Department until their hus- bands return. Such an offer will be contingent.upon the suitability of the person in question for such work, and upon the department having a vacancy in the area where that person resides. The scheme will assist the families of the men who have already left, and will also in in a lesser degree
pave the way for the release of a' further number of men. The Department is also taking, additional steps to train juniors of both sexes in Morse telegraphy ' and machine printingi processes, in order that there may be a sup- ply of efficient juniors to carry on the work of the Department. A number of sons and daughters of retired officers are taking advant- age of this training as a means whereby they can do something to help in the pre...
UPPER HUTT PLUNKET SOCIETY. ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
UPPER HUTT PLUNKET SOCIETY.
. The Committee desire to.- re- mind Annual Subscribers that subscriptjions are now "due, and may be forwarded to the Hon. Treasurer, Mrs W. Thomas Beth Street, Trentham, or Mrs J. D. Watt, Miro Road, Upper Hutt. .: The following officers were ci- . .'.L.-.d for . 'the ensuing year:— Patroness: Mrs Baleombe Brown. N . '-' "President: Mrs S .D. Rogers.^ Vice President: Mesdames A. Ar J. McCurdy, L. Renshaw, S. Black.ey, E. Campbell, the May- press, Mrs J. Blewman. General Committee: Mesdames: A. R. Jones, R. Smith, G. Milne, H; Scholes, E. Zohrab .' jnr., . J. C:awford, J. D. Armstrong, Miss I). Barton. Associate Committee: Mesdames M. Tweed, D, R. Morrow, H. P. F. B]u.ndell,' D. C. Peacock, Urau'- hart, Howden, G. Williams, Hip- kns, : Wakelin, H. Williams, Mc~ Hattie and Miss L.'Raymond. Advisory Board: The Mayor, Mr J. Blewman, Messrs A. J. Mc- Curdy, F. Castle, S. Blackley, Dr%r Morrow. . . Hon. Auditor. M. J. 0. Duffy....
TO THE MOTHERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
TO THE MOTHERLAND.
We are coming Motherland, The Anzac army so loyal and grand. \ To fight and win this war with . yon. For our freedom so right and true. Remember our , f ath ers; on Anzac beach, , . • ; Far inland their guns did reach, We'll carry on and do our share And God will help us when were there. We'll fight from shore to shore, Yes fight, fight to win this war, Onward Anzacs we're proud of yon,' Our own soldiers, so brave and true. England, England, rulers of all, We'll be there when you call .- Us colonialsons who will not tire To help and save.our Great Em- . pire. . * —Pte. Robt. M. Holden.
WELLINGTON HOSPITAL BOARD. ORDINARY RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED 31st MAY, 1940. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
WELLINGTON HOSPITAL BOARD.
ORDINARY RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR TWO MONTHS ENDED 31st MAY, 1940.
(Actual Expenditure for two months shown in parentheses)':-— (fross Ordinary Expenditure- Wellington Hospital, Social Wel- , .fare. Expenditure for two months : £04,933, Loss Receipts. other than Subsidies and Levies, £86,908, total: £28,030.- Actual Expendi- ture for two months.—(£s3,67o, £55,304). - 7^ . (Actual. Expenditure : for two months shown in parentheses)'':—'• Heads .' of Ordinary Expendi- ture—Estimated Expenditure, for two months: Wellington Hospital, £59,619 (£48,610) ; Social Welfare, £1,183, (£924) ; Central Park Hos- pital, £2,000 (£2;017) ; Head Office, etc., £2,136, (£2,119); Liabilities over Assets, 31/1/39, —. Total: £64,938.; (Total: £53,670). (Actual Receipts for two • months, shown in parentheses) :— Heads of Ordinary Receipts.— >• Estimated Receipts for two months: Hospital Maintenance . Fees, £18;i00,.. (£35,204).; -Out- patient Fees, £467, (£604...
SPLENDID RESPONSE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
The recent appeal, by the Rail- way Department for members of their staff to join the newly-form,- cd Railway. Construction Com- pany met with a : splendid re. spouse: Within a week from the ' appeal, the Department received more than double the required number, which goes to show the old spirit is still alive.
BISHOP OF WELLINGTON ADMINISTERS HOLY CONFIRMATION TO SOLDIERS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
BISHOP OF WELLINGTON ADMINISTERS HOLY CON- FIRMATION TO SOLDIERS
(From Captain - Pearce, Church Army Hut,: July 4th, 1940.) An unusual event took.place in the Trentham Camp .last week . when the . Bishop of Wellington . came along to the Church Army Hut to administer Holy Confirma- tion-to six men. The candidates were presented by the Rev. C. E. Willis, Church of England Chap- lain to the Forces, and about sixty were present in the congregation, including officers and men. The candidates had been prepared by Padre F. H. Buck, but he had been transferred to Ngaruawahia. be- fore, they could be presented to the Bishop. The scene was most impressive, as with Red Poppies •on the Altar and Altar lights burning, all emblematical of the Holy Spirit, the Bishop stood in thn Chancel and laid hands upon each in turn with, the words' "De- -fHirl.O Lord this Thy servant with Thy Heavenly "grace.that he may continue Thine for ever and daily increase in Thy Holy Spirit more and more until, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 18 July 1940
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