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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
Technical backs were _■ faster than the local boys, Southec and Edwards excelling. Of the Upper Hutt forwards, Leach, Southee, Dalton and Jack- son were always hard at it. Lorrigan, Upper Hutt's half, played his usual good game.' ' McCarthy, at full-back, again demonstrated his coolness in that position.
FOURTHS. UPPER HUTT FOURTHS v. HUTT [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
UPPER HUTT FOURTHS v. HUTT
The Fourth Grade boys were again victorious against:.•■.•Huttyon : Saturday. After. Lo-vver Hutt had. scored a try in the first two mm.7 uf-es, our boys warmed up and it was not long before they evened up the score, following a deter-; mined dribbling rush by the 'for-.: wards, Bernie Qpmeskey diving
over. Following the kick off, Upper Hutt again rushed play to the corner and in.; the following line-out,-Bernie Gomeskey jumped and dived over in the one action, securing his second try. This spurred Lower Hutt on, but from the ensuing play, the ball came along the back line for Bremner to secure in his own twenty-five, and set sail for the line with Good- win in support and again Jim ried all before him, beating man after man and scoring in the corn- er and then converting his own try. .''-, :\ ".-;■"'-. ; / .- ;■ -^ In the second spell, Upper Hutt faced the sun, which was- very difficult, allowing Lower' Hutt to score one try and ...
THIRD GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
The Third Grade game;had been, in progress about 15 minutes when the Thirds found tliemselves close on;to : the Petone line and from a r scrumf : the ball was hooked out to Bill Stott, who went argund the side of the scrum to go over for a; try, Gribben's kick at goal' fail- .cdv ; : next'-to go over for a. try after securing, the ball in a loose scrum. Wig- zeU's kick at goal also failed.V The score at .half-time was Upper Hutt 6, Petone 0. " In the second spell, Ernie Baillie _ was unlucky on three occasions, being grassed each time just short of the-:liile. The Thirds actually scored another try in the*second spell when Jack Harper, a new- comer to the Thirds, went over, , but the referee in mistaking him for a Petone player, gaye it a' force down. .'"Hard luck Jack." Wigzell scored the final points by taking a snappy pot at goal / which went over making the final score, Upper Hutt 10, Petone nil. ' XJpper Hutt were to be seen taking scrums instead of line-outs...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
PROPERTIES WANTED TO PLAGE SALES.— -Buyers wait- ing. Send particulars or will call.—- Williams, Land Agent, opp. Station, Wallaceviille. Tel. 41. TO LET.—Double Bedroom and Batch for cooking. Apply 19: Wilson Street, Upper Hutt. WAITED . to Purchase.—Two Sections, * vicinity Trentham and Wallaceville. State lowest cash price. 'O' c/o 'Leader' Office.
WELLINGTON HOSPITAL BOARD. TRENTHAM RACECOURSE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
WELLINGTON HOSPITAL BOARD.
TRENTHAM RACECOURSE HOSPITAL.
Mr. Purvis informs us that the Hospital Board has "again resumed occupation of the grandstand as a subsidising hospital, for the use .of the sick military patients, both from,..- the Camp and Wellington districts. The overcrowding of the Public Hospital was becoming acute, hence the Board's reason of continuing the occupancy ;of Trentham ;Raeecourse. There were up to last Tuesday evening, 134; soldier patient. inmates. Sister M.Langerfs supervisor, and Staff Nurse, M. Martin,-is assisting, also a large number of trained V..AD. nurses, three of whom are Upper Hutt girls, yiz. Misses; G. and B. Humphrey and D: Edwards. . Mr. Purvis believes in retaining the paid labour services among the residents in the Upper Hutt, and mas a staff of 12 -at present em- ployed in the kitchen and scullery. Hospital Notes. That Ministerial approval.-.--has been received in connection with— Btank Overdraft ,on General Ac- -7 County £10,...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The new store of F. F: Hercock will be opened on Thursday next, August Ist. This stofe; is yet an- other -asset -l- to ' the Upper Hutt both in; appearance and service. >. . Clients can. be assured of ser- vice-equal to . any of the city stores. Mr. Hercock; himself will be in constant attendance.. Residents of Upper Hutt are cordialljyinvited to take a walk through; next week-end and see for. themselves the newest and up-to-date shop, in the dis- .-7.tri.ct.,.--.; . .... ,*■■;;
TRENTHAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
TRENTHAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
."'.;. ; The.Trentham Women's Insti- tute Birthday was held on July 16th,. being" well . attende.d, and having visitors -from "Federation and past President, Mrs. Heath- cpte. .-':77 ;.y7 ■'.■-' ; '.-•.'-. The President, Mrs. Kitchen, ex- tended a hearty welcome to all. The feature; of the afternoon was. the beautiful birthday cake made by Mrs. Cooper and- cut by Mrs. Bennett, the rest Of the afternoon : ~ being spent hr competitions and community singing. Beautiful bou- quets were presented to the Insti- tute.; -'■';' Mrs. Kitchen proposed sending them up to the hospital.- The competition for the .month was ! the best bloom, won by Mrs. Johnson. • This concluded a very enjoyable afternoon.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
MAJESTIC SPECIAL NOTICE. OPENING SHORTLY- WITH NEW SOUND AND HEATING PLANT.
CHURCH services; CHURCH OP ENGLAND. 7 TENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Upper Hutt,—ll N a.m., Mattins and Family Service; T'p.m.; Even- song. Trehtham.--8 a.m., Holy Com- munion ; 7 p.m., Evensong. .Silverstreain.--7 p.m., Even- ; song. ■_. ."'-.,. Akatarawa.—-7- p.m, Evensong (The Vicar). : PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw; 7 p.m.,; Rev. J. C. Mc- Caw. \ ' : .7 , , -7 p.m., Mr. L. B. Quartermaster. 7 Silverstream.-—7 .p.m., Supply. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, JULY 28th. 2.30 pan.—Sunday School. 7 p.m., 7 Bright Gospel Service. Speaker: Mr. W- N. Pepperell. All welcome. 7 ■ ■ ' ;. METHODIST CHURCH. - Morning at.;'., l'ly a.m.—God's Secret Allies." .' Evening at 7 p.m.—" The Shy- ness of God." . - Preacher at both services, Rev. A. H. Ivory.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
7.;;iißN's hockey TEAMS FOR SATURDAY, •■-'.; 27th JULY, 1940. 7 Z,-.. Senior.—Louper, Grigg, Wallis, Clyde, . McDowell, ;■'■ : Swan, Mc- Mahon, Hill, Sutherland, Murray anxVlßoyd. Junior—J. Allen, L. Clarke, L. Faulkner,L. Hintz, V. McGhie, Hill,, Watson, Thompson, T. Wil- liams, A. MeMahon, and J. Gold- . ihg. " ■:';"'■'■' ;<"'=■ .-•Vv'. -7- Z . ... Thirds.—Jy Clark, Cooke, Dur- ham, J. Farrow, Frater, James, Kurth, Pearce, Stewart, Trappitt and J. Williams, . RSA. NOTES. .-.. .7rMr.-JG>-:R,.- Stroud, of the local Branch, R,.5.A., who for the past few months has been, a member of vthe Canteen Staff at Trentham, has had to resign his position, owing to a re-occurrence of his old war trouble. - PROPERTIES WANTED TO RE- PLACE SAliES.—Buyers wait- ing. Send particulars or will call.— Williams, Land Agent, opp. Station, Wallacevilie. Tel. 41; .
THEY SAY? THEY SAY—WHAT DO [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
THEY SAY? THEY SAY—WHAT DO
(By the 'Listener.')
THAT the evening of . August 14th will bo a gala niglit iii Upper Hutt. ; THAT the local R.S.A. !are hold- ing a dance on that evening. v THAT patrons will be assured of a night of nights. THAT the Quarterly Meeting of the R.S.A. will be held this Saturday evening. "-.'■• - " '■ ' THAT members are requested to make an endeavour to be pres- ent. THAT the business to be dealt with is of an urgent nature. THAT th,e Junior Football team were beaten by a slightly better team on last. THAT the Technical backs cer- tainly were faster and their hand- ling superior to the iom© team. . THAT among the spectators present at the Park .were a couple of young ladies, whose bird-like voices could be heard cheering on the local boys. , 7 ;. .. ■ y. * -THAT; the 7Thirds7 have 7 also; their ladyy supporters cheering them;on to victory. ..'"..' ■: THAT "Doctor" Leslie was an- other spotted on the ground. THAT the local Hockey boys have struck ...
CHILDREN AND WAR. MIND DEVELOPMENT CROWN MINISTER'S VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
CHILDREN AND WAR.
MIND DEVELOPMENT CROWN MINISTER'S VIEWS
"By the time a child is seven or eight, or even earlier, he will begin to ask questions about the war, and you will have to answer them.-. Explanations, of course, must be given in the very sim- plest terms. You eah draw a com- parison with a big boy hitting a small one and explain - that some- times big countries try to do something the same. Britain is fighting to stop a bully .The small child will understand, that all right; even though any under- standing of the meaning of de- mocracy is far beyond him/ stated the Minister of Educa- tion (the Hon. H .Gr. R. Mason) in an address on Monday night. "The child of ten or twelve will perhaps be doing some war; work, something perhaps for refugees or for the Red Cross. That is quite a good thing frtfm any point of view. To teach children to relieve suffering and help others who cannot help themselves- is always good, and children, like (adultsi, get relief from the te...
PATRIOTIC STORE. COMFORTS FOR FORCES [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
PATRIOTIC STORE. COMFORTS FOR FORCES
Four hundred cases ; of comforts for the Army were marked, num.-: bered and in. many cases also wired, and cleared from the National Patriotic Fund Board's goods depot in Wellington on Monday. This consignment ~of goods follows on an additional 375 cases which have been dealt with in a similar way recently. There were also comforts dis- ; patched for the Navy, comprising four large bales and a smaller bale of balaclavas, mittens, v scarves, pullovers, three packages of hus- sifs, and a. wireless set. In addi- tion, eight cases and three sacks of clothing, which had been re- ceived on behalf of the Lady Gral- way Patriotic G-uild, were for-- warded. The staff has had some equally busy days recently receiving goods from various parts of the country. A considerable "quantity of goods were received They came from among other places, Tolaga Bay, Hawera, Rarotonga, Auck- land, Greymouth, Canterbury, Waipawa, Inglewood, and Whan- garei. Some of th...
WOULD FIGHT NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 25 July 1940
WOULD FIGHT NOW.
Bertrand Russell, lifelong Brit- ish pacifist and philosopher, whose views on morals caused a controv- ersy. in the United States, told the magazine "New Statesman" in a letter that "If I were young enough to fight I wquld do so.' V . "SinCe the war began," he-wrote, "I have felt- that-1 could not go, on being a pacifist. If I were young enough to fight, I would do so, but it is difficult for me tOxUrge. others to do so. Now I feel as though I ought to announce my. changed - mind." Mr. Russell' is teaching at the University of Cali-'i fornia at Los Angeles. , ,; ; ——■£.