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WORKS AND RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
WORKS AND RESERVES.
K. Morgan, Naming of Streets: Mr. Morgan suggested that as a mark of appreciation and a desire to commem- orate the public service rendered by teh late Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. M. J. Savage, the late Mayor, Mr. P.
Robertson, and other prominent public men, that when new streets are be- ing named it has been the custom of past councils to commemorate names of prominent public men by this method. 7 The committee edcided to look into the matter and recommended that two "streets be named to the memory of the late Prime Minister, the, Rt. Hon. M. J. Savage, and the late Mayor, Mr. P. Robertson. ,': , J. A. Hazelwood and Co., construc- tion of'pathway from Queen Street to the .Main Road: It was decided to in- spect the locality and refer the mat- ter to the Inspector to obtain details and prepare -a plan of the proposed location of. the right-of-way. . -Trentham Military Camp, Apprecia- tion: That the letter of appreciation of the courtesy of the Counci...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
CHURCH NOTICES ■ —." CHURCH OF ENGLAND FIFTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. UPPER HUTT: 8 a.m., Holy Communion. 7 p.m., Evensong. TRENTHAM. 11 a.m., Mattins and Family Circle. 7 p.m./Evensogn. SILVERSTREAM: 9.30 a.m., Holy Communion. 7 p.m., Evensong. AKATARAWA: ~ x- -7 p.m., Eyenosng -The Vicar). PRESBYTERIAN , CHURCH. St. David's.—ll a.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw; 7 p.m., Supply^ Wallaceville—2 p.m.. Holy Com- munion, Rev. J. C. McCaw. " Trentham.—7 p.m., Holy Gom- tnunion. Rev J* C.° McCaw Silverstream.—7 p.m., Mr. J._M, McKenzie Thursday, 7.30 p.m., St. David's meeting for National Prayer. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBTR Ist. 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. 7 p.m., Bright Gospel" Service. Mr. H/C. Isaac wil conclluge the present series of Fascinating Studies i n'.'The Times of the, Gentiles." SUBJECT: "BABYLON'S ULTI- MATE FALL."' COME AND BRING OTHERS WITH YOU. ALL WELCOME. METHODIST CHURCH. - BENZIE AVENUE. Morning at 11: Worhip and others. PREACHER: REV. A. H. IVORY. Evening at 7: Yo...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
IMPORTANT PETROL NOTICE We close at 6 p.m. SATURDAY, 31st., and AI/ DAY;SUNDAY. V• AUGUST Coupons and Licenses must be worked out by 6 p.m. on SATURDAY—Last Day. UPPER HUTT PETROL SUP- PLIES LTD NEXT WEEK,'Sept. '2nd to ~'i_v. -We continue to be' open up- to 9 p.m. including SUNDAY.' UPPER HUTT PETROL SUP- PLIES, LTD. UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL '■.-.•-•■--■' " * , -" A Public Meeting in accordance with the following Resolution of the Council will be held in the Council Chambers, Upper Hutt, on Friday, 6th September, 1940. The motion to convene such a meet- ing reads as follows: —7 "That the Council consider the advisability of holding a six-monthly or "other suitable periods a meeting at which all present may have an opportunity of bringing before tho Council such matters as may rightljj be thought to further the welfare 9 the Borough." "~ '• ' y m B. M. WILMSHURST, 1 Town Clerk. 1
LOST—Wednesday night 21st one Blk Shoe, size B,Jeft foot, between Upper, Hutt and Te Marua, Rewa...
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By "The Listener.")
THAT there were quite a number of "n.on"-councillors at the meeting. last week, who were talking well. '■■; THAT it is surprising that someone does not challenge it. "^ - THAT certainly Councillor Poison told one gentleman where he stood. ■ ". r. :-. " *— ■ THAT the annual meeting of the local -'Horticultural-Society was very poorly attended. THAT we admit it was a very wet .night. THAT it is hoped the newly con- stituted Committee will carry on with the Flower Show. THAT Mr. J. M. Fleming, of Akata- rawa; was again elected President. THAT the same gentleman is an enthusiastic horticulturist, and his garden always a picture in. the spring- time; THAT the Patriotic Street Day,will be held to-morrow (Friday). THAT local people are urged to give in their own town; ' THAT we caught a glance of friend, "Stewart" on Saturday morning. ' THAT "Mat" was shorwingvhim the sights of the town. THAT he was pleased to see the growth of th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
MAJESTIC SPECIAL NOTICE. OPENING SHORTLY WITH NEW SOUND v ANDHEAT^^ UPPER HUTT >, BOROUGH COUNCIL. MOTOR DRIVERS' LICENSES. PURSUANT to the Motor Drivers' Regulations, 1940, Renewal of .. . Motor Drivers' Licenses MUST be made on or before the 31/8/40 otherwise drivers who renew after that date are required to undergo a further driving test. B, M. WILMSHURST, "7 Town Clerk. Official Qp^nirig of Ladies Rest Room A Cordial invitation is extended to the public to attend the Official Opening of the Ladies Rest Room at Upp^r Hutt on Friday Aug. 30th, 1940 at 3pm. /^.BLEWMAN,/ ■"' . v ■.". - - Mayor
The Royal N.Z. Society for the Health of Women and Children / Upper Hutt Branch. PLUNKET EFFORT— — from 12th October to 19th_ October DRIVE FOR FUNDS y" URGENT! URGENT!
SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE
The recent meeting of this Institute was well attended" and visitors and members wez'e'welcomed by Mrs. J. A.; Taylor. A very interesting tailk and demonstration on home remedies was given by Mrs. Gibbs, of Upper Hutt, who was therecijpierit of a hand- some posy and shoulder spray. A member, Mrs. Malc6lm,./pjesented a hand-pamted picture' to lbe« disposed of to raise funds for the Institute's patriotic work. Competitions,- were won by Mrs, Pool (best bloom) and Mrs. Spackman (best knitting bag). A bring and buy stall•-.■did good busi- ness. . .. :
CO-OPERATE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
Did you ever try to run your show and run it on your own! -....' «-;■■;-■ And make yourself believe that you. could do. it all alone ?'"-/'.'"' Did you ever think that. you alone 'gainst all the .world could stand? ■ ■■■.. - / That all the rest were foolish, their structures nought but sand? l . It can't; be done; you know; on each other we must lean, / Pull together, work together, /keep a lookout always keen-, To help each other's business, and in helping theirs/our own ' Must prosper well and flourish, for we cannot stand-alone. 7 A man is down, just help him, it won't do you any harm, - For you yourself may need some help, may need another's arm. In helping him you- help yourself, in fact, you help us all, ', And we in turn will help you—-bound together hone can fall. - — .
PARAGRAPH [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
When knitting on four needles, be- ginners often find that they get a( gap between their needles when changing from one needle to another. To avoid this,-it is advisable to push, the last stitch of one needle and the first of the next needle close up together so that when the first stitch is worked the wool being held tightly, no gap is visible.
WHY HUMAN MILK IS BEST. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
WHY HUMAN MILK IS BEST.
In a talk at the monthly luncheon of the Wellington Returned Soldiers' Association, Mr. Justice Ostler relat- ed a story which had been told.to him by a doctor in Nyasgaland. At the British settlements in Africa, na- tives were trained in medicine, and were then sent out to the unenlight- ened tribes/he said. Examinations were held to'fit these natives for their duties, and at one examination can- didates were asked to give. three rea- sons why human milk was b^ter itlian cow's milk, for babies. One candidate answered thus: Because it is; cheaper; because it won't go spur;^aincl because the" cat can't get at It. . ,;. \ ..
MOTHER AND CHILD. WELFARE SERVICES. DEFECT OF PLUNKET SYSTEM. AMALGAMATION PROPOSED [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
MOTHER AND CHILD.
DEFECT OF PLUNKET SYSTEM.
For the purpose of securing more efficient working the amalga- mation of the divisions controlling maternal welfare and school hy- giene has been r^cottrmended to the Minister : b£TH&ilth. (the Hon./ H. T. Athisttolig) by the iDirector- General /of Health (Dr. M. H. Watt.) Dr.. Watt /pays a tribute ■■' ■to the Plunket -Spd.^ty/ but sug- gests^ a widening 'of its activities. "The present. system .under which there are separate divisions of maternal welfare and school hygiene does not make for the ; most /efficient wbiMiig," Dr. Watt states. "These divisions should he^a^^agaftnated' ~a!s-- bp^ortuMty offers, should establish much blower' relatiohshif* with the -Plun- ket Society, and the new re-east division should become a division of maternity and child-welfare, fdealihg With --ante-natal, matern- ity, and post-hatal services and With mfant, the pre-«chc.'ol, and the schoo...
LEAGUE OF MOTHERS UPPER HUTT BRANCH [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
LEAGUE OF MOTHERS UPPER HUTT BRANCH
The third annual meeting of the atoove was held recently and was well attended. The annual report and balance- sheet were read and adopted. Mrs. Castle, President, thanked all the officers and committee for their •lOyal assistance. Spring flowers were presented to Mrs. Castle, Mrs. Fortune and Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Tanner, who rendered two charming piano solos, and also received a shoul- der spray. Items were given by Mrs. Fortune and Mrs. Castle, while thet audience joined in the singing of VThere'll Al- ways be an England" and "Land of fiope and Glory.'-' The following officers were elect- ed. President, Mrs. Castle; Vice-Presi- dent, Mrs. Watt; secretary, Mrs. For- tune; treasurer, Mrs. Judge ; N tea con- venor,. Mrs. Marshall; committee, Mes T dames Bowen, Moir, Johns, McHugh, Spencer, Routiey, Morley and Howe; accompaniste, Mrs/Williams. It was announced that. Mrs. Rollings would be the speaker at the Septem- ber meeting, and^fa good i...
UPPER HUTT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
UPPER HUTT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY
The Annual General Meeting of the above Society was held in the Council Chambers on Friday evening, the Pre- sident, Mr. J. M. Fleming, presiding over a very small attendance. Mr. Fleming, in his opening re- marks, stated he was sorry there were not more present, but weather condi- tions were against people turning out. /The chairman read an apology from' the secretary, who is suffering' from ill-health. The balance sheet showed the Soc- iety is in a very healthy financial position, over ,£3o.being shown in the bank, plus the asset of vases, etc. The balance sheet was adopted unanimous-'- The following, were elected officers for the ensuing year:—. Patron, Mrs. Knox Gilmer; Presi- dent, Mr. J. M. Fleming; Deputy- Chairman, Mr.'J. Blewman; secretary, Mr. A. J. McCurdy; treasurer, Mr. F. Sutherland; auditor, Mr. T. Camp- bell; executive, ' Mesdames. Fleming, Jowitt, Smith, Spencer, Heifford, Wakelin, Kitchen, ~ Smyrk; Misses ...
FOOTBALL UPPER HUTT FOURTHS V. PETONE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
UPPER HUTT FOURTHS V. PETONE
The Fourth Grade boys were again victorious against Petone on Satur- day. Both sides fielded their best teams, and the game started in ideal condi- tions and at a very fast pace. After even play, in which Upper Hutt were endeavouring to open out play, the forwards swarmed to the Petone. line to see G. Commesky. touch down for a try. '- "-' '._-■■■■ Play remained fast and very even- and from a scrum near Upper Hutt line, Petone secured a/try which was convicted, making the score 5—3. However, Upper Hutt were still on their foes, and forcing their way into Petone's territory, J. Kehoe received a pass on the blind side from a scrum and threw ihmself over two/tackiers to score a good try. Half-time came with Upper Hutt leading by six points to five. ; Upper Hutt were a bit slow to settle down after the interval, but R. Wil- kinson/ at full-back, sent the Petone . boys back time and time again with beautiful fieiding and long line kicks, ...
NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
It/would be hard to/sort any player out for special mention, but B. Com- "miskey, Tunnell and Hercock were for ever on the ball.^ Campbell also did well in the line-out and tight play. .In the backs Wilkinson played bril- liantly. Kehoe also played fine foot- ball. Other players who did good work were Bremner, G. Commesky and Hoey, G. Commeskey taking a terrific gruelling behind the scrum. Upper Hutt owed their' win to sup- erior combination and fitness. The team are runners-up in the champion- ship to Petone.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 September 1940
THURSDAY, SEPT. sth 1940.
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