Young Helpers League  Magazines    -   July - August 1922      &     January - February 1923.

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July  - August 1922  -  Magazine  - 
Front Page  -  Young Helpers League  -  011
Founder late Dr Barnado,  head quarters of the Young Helpers League,  18-26 Stepney Causeway,  London, E.

Photograph  - p138 -  013

Governor's Bay habitation   -  photo of 22 children of the Governor's Bay Habitation   raised 50 pounds  for the League in 8mths.

New Zealand Notes  -  014
Bromley,  Carterton,  Elmwood,  Fendalton, 

Photograph  -  p152    - 015
26 children in photo from Waimate branch,  also notes about Fitzroy,  Governor's Bay,       Green Island, (Mrs Smellie)       Karori, (Mrs R.B.Smythe)    
Leeston, (Mrs Harte)       Levin,    Lyttelton,    Marsden, (Miss Baker)       Midhurst,  (Mrs Norton)      Nelson. (Elsie Busch)

Photograph  -  whole page  -  016
NZ Notes  -  p153
Richmond,   Rotorua,   Roseneath,   Tapanui,  Timaru South School,  Waitaki Girls' High School,  Wharenui (Christchurch)  Woodville,  branch notes

Photograph -  p153   -  016a
Molly Stratford,  Rita Sowden,  Daisy Sutton,  from Hope Lodge,  Nelson.

Photograph  -  p154  whole page   -  017
list of donations from different habitats in New Zealand includes photo of Robinson's Bay  - 14 children and 3 adults,

Photograph - p154  -   017a
Robinson's Bay  - 14 children and 3 adults,

Habitation Gazette  -  New Habitations opened in New Zealand  p157   -  018
Camerons,   Coalbrook Vale,  Cobden,  Granity,  Haitaitai,  Kaneri,  Maheno,  Methven,  Millerton,   Plimmerton,  Queen Margaret College, Wellington,  Ross,  Tuatapere,  Waikoikoi.

January - February 1923  -  Magazine 
Cover Page  -  002

Honour's List  - p14. - 019
List of names  from Kilbirnie, NZ  and Belfast,  Christchurch  -----

Honours List  cont.    whole page   -  020
more names from St Albans, School,  Christchurch,  Nelson,  Hamilton,  Puketaha,  Rotorua,  Mangapapa,  Hornby, Christchurch,  Kelso,  Manunui,  Gore,  Geraldine,  Ponsonby,  Addington,  Woodford House, 

Photograph  -  020a
HARROW -  Hilda Harrow  -   who collected 9 pounds 3shilling and 7pence  for the league  since she received her silver badge.

New Zealand Notes  -  021
Epsom  -    president Mrs Preston Chambers,     
Cambridge  -   Jean Craw,  Rita Davies,  Jean Ferguson,  Minnie Peake,  Kathleen & Nancy Armstrong,  Jessie Anderson,  Miora Crandall,  Mary Ferguson.
Devenport -    Mrs Selwyn Mays,  ----   Joan & Warwick Mays  with friend Moira Gresham  raised ----
Heriot  -   -- Miss Cicely Tyndall  ----- Ethel & Evelyn Adams, 
Kaiwaka  -    Mrs W.R.Dowson,   
Korere  - 

New Zealand Notes  cont.  whole page    -  022
Lower Hutt,   Manuni,  Morrinsville,   Otago Girls' High,   Pleasant Point,  Plimmerton,  Raetihi,   Rotorna,  (maybe Rotorua)    Rototuna School,  Hamilton.

Photograph  -  Hornby  -  023
4 children and 1 adult  from the Hornby, Christchurch habitat.

Beverley Evans
Christchurch NZ
18 December 2010

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