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UPPER HUTT DIGGERS v. KILBIRNIE DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
UPPER HUTT DIGGERS v. XILBIRNIE DIGGERS.
The annual cricket match be- tween the Upper Hutt Diggers and Kilbirnie Diggers took place on Sunday last at the Maidstone Park, and after a very enjoyable day, the game ended in a draw. Batting first Upper Hutt scored 121, Orr 29, Andrews 20, Loughlin 16 (not out), and 149 for six wic- kets, declared (Allerdyce 50, Nash 29, Smyrk 22). Kilbirnie re- plied with 140 (Bramley 31,. Jeffs 20, Elliott-21, Brown 16, Cooper li, and 103 for nine wickets (Jeffs 32, Brown 27;. * Bowling for Upper Hutt Beech was the most.successful trundler, taking five for 54 and three for 33. Nash and MaeGregor also bowled .well taking four for 14 and two for 27 respectively. For K__birme Jeffs five for 32, Scambury four for 48, and Charlie Cooper two f\sr 50 were the suc- cessful bowlers. This game was. particularly in- teresting in the last few overs hen the local Diggers were all •Ait to get a win, only one wicket to fall and three overs to do it with, but the...
THE REAL FOUNDERS OF NEW ZEALAND. PEACEMAKING MISSIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
THE REAL FOUNDERS OF NEW ZEALAND.
The enterprising people of New Zealand are preparing to cele- brate in 1940 the centenary of British rule over our islands. A timely reminder has been. given to us. by a Professor at Auckland that the missionaries were settled in. the islands for a quarter of a century before New Zealand became a-colony, and had a greater influence than many people now realise. The British Government's de- cision nearly, a hundred years ago to annex New Zealand was un- dertaken at the instigation of the ..missionaries. They wanted to se- cure good government for what had become a No Man's Land, and also wanted the authority of the Government to protect the natives from unscrupulous settlers and traders. The missionaries began their work in 1814, and were the most important civilising element main- ly responsible for shaping Bri- tain's policy. Even after the British Government had taken first step towards hoisting the flag over ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
WANTEDS, ETC. Small Advertisements, one issue, 1/6. Payment must accompany order, otherwise copy cannot be inserted. RANTED TO BUY—Child's second hand Pushchair, good condi- tion, cheap for cash. "M," Leader Office. ' . - WANTED TO house or 2 rooms Upper Hutt. Apply flO c/o <'Leader." ' . ~~ LEN. BENGE 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. CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. * 4th Sunday after Epiphany. Trentham» 8 a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m... v Evensong (Mr. Terry). _£ Upper Hut f : 11 a.m., Matins'.."* (Rev. D. C. Bates); 7 p.m., Even- song (Mr. Tomlin). Sllverstream: 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Mason). Akatarawa: 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Finlay). REV. N. E. WINHALL, Vicar. . ST. DAVID'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt, 11 a.m.: Mr. R. G. McKenzie; Wallaceville, 2 p.m.: Mr. R. G. McKenzie; Upper Hutt, 7 p.m.: Mr.. R. Moore; Silver- stream, 7 p.m.: Mr. R. G. Mc-...
ENTERTAINMENTS. MAYFAIR, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
Lewis Stone, Mickey Roone;/, Cecilia ' Packer, and Fay Holdea again unite .as the, interesting laitiily ior the third of the '' Judge Hal-ely Family series. This" one *s "Judge Hardy's Children," a sequei to "You're Only Young Once," which takes the family from the little country town of Carvel to Washington where the is named on a power com- mission. Mickey Rooney as the young- son flirts with a girl from the French Legation, Cecilia Parker, as the daughter, goes to gay par- ties with a State Department em-' ployee, lobbyists try to use her as a "leak" on hei father's decisions, but the wise old judge nimbly out- wits them, daughter learns about men and retimes to her real sweet- heart and again all is tranquil in the family.
SATURDAY, MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
The Hal Roach-M.G.M. super- feature comedy, ''Topper,' 7 , streamlines spectacularly into the ultra-modern and futuristic realms of entertainment. Luxury and richness provide the background for the fast-mov- ing . action and hilarious humour of the new picture, based on Thorne Smiths delightful novel of whimsy wit and satire. Advanced technical fashions in- troduced are a futuristic automo- bile roadster and an ultra-modern streamlined railroad coach. The spectacular sets-of "Top- per" include scenes in a fashion- able resort hotel, a dc luxe pent- a colonial home, a Wall Street bank, and a battery of night clubs. -
MAYFAIR, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
Romance and adventure are combined with hilarious results m "Fast Company," new mystery drama, which reveals the inside of the stolen rare book racket. " Fast Company is an unusual background for a mystery drama revealing the activities of racke- teers who steal and duplicate rare volumes that are sold for enor- mous prices.
MAJESTIC, SATURDAY. DOUBLE FEATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
Does Hollywood's greatest drama start when the cameras stop turning? Do your favourite stars actually live real life romances a thousand times more thrilling than any-play on the screen? You don't-know the half of it—till you sit aghast and amazed before this emotion-lashing love story of one of filmdom's most famous heroes! Glittering with all the glamour that is Hollywood's, is Columbia's fascinating new comedy-drama "It Happened in Hollywood," with Richard Dix and Fay Wray in the leading roles.. '.
WITH “THERE'S ALWAYS A WOMAN.” [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
WITH “THERE'S ALWAYS A WOMAN.”
This comedy starts on a novel note, introducing 7 Joan Blondell as the new operator of the de- funct private detective agency of her sleuth-husband, Melvyn Doug- las, now happily reinstated on the District Attorney's staff. And 10, a-murder. Douglas, assigned to solve it, is amazed, and not at all pleased, to "earn that his bewil- dering young wife is working in- dependently on the self-same mystery. The comedy clash that -ensues leaves Douglas the most harassed young man in town. He must even obtain a search warrant to frisk his own apartment for a letter his wife has which he wants.
NOTICE TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
NOTICE TO OUR READERS.
Mr. H. Lancaster, Silverstream Store, is the "Leader's" agent for that district, where advertis- ing, news, etc., may' be left. Do not forget if you do not get your Leader regularly, kindly communicate with Mr. Lancaster, or the publishers.
Mr. C. A. Rendle, Headmaster, Upper Hutt school, travelled fur- ther than any other Wellington player iri the ehanraionship bowl- ing singles at Auckland. He was beaten in the sixth, round of post- section play by J. S. Martin, of Auckland.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. JOAN BLONDELL MELVYM DOUGLAS THERES ALWAYS A WOMAN The gayest love and laugh hit since "The Awful Truth." Joan's more glamor ous—Mel's more amorous! Laughs by the score —and guffaws galore! Tog-ether with RICHARD DIX FAY WRAY. IT HAPPENED IN HOLLYWOOD Fighting for Happiness* in the city of heartbreak! Glittering with the glamour that is Hollywood's. Throbbing with the drama that is all Does Hollywood's greatest drama start when the camera's stop turning. CAMERA! LIGHTS! ACTION!
NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PARTY Wairarapa "Representation Committee ■ - _» ANNUAL PICNIC TAUHERENIKAU RACECOURSE ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4th, 1939. Buses will leave the Upper Hutt Post Office at 9.30 a.m. returning from the picnic at 6 p.m. As only a limited number of seats are available are advised to make pearly application for accommodation to Mr O. J. Plummer, tLogan Street, Upper Hutt..
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
Stalls Is., Is. 3d. Dress Circle Is. 6d. 8 p.m. FRIDAY 8 p.m. MICKEY ROONEY LEWIS STONE CECILLIA PARKER FAY HOLDEN ' TNT-. : '. Judge Hardy's Children They'll laugh their way into your heart! HEART THRILLS! — HOWLS! — DRAMA! .... The screen's funniest family in an all-laugh hit. Plot and counterplot enmesh tliem in a comedy of family complications. / Both pictures approved for Universal Exhibition. BOYS MATINEE GIRLS. 2 pm. — SATURDAY — 2 p.m. MICKEY ROOifEY !■ ' IN . JUDGE HARDY'S CHILDREN Mickey, the funniest kid in.pictures, is back with all his family. - Don't miss Mickey this time—it's his greatest picture yet. -Also screening S "OUR GANG" COMEDY, COLOUR CARTOON, | SERIAL, 8 P.M. . SATURDAY 8 P.M. 8 PJVE. MOIfDAY 8 ?,M. i .■'■'■' ■ ■ The picture that played to four weeks' extended season in Wellington, CONSTANCE BENNETT GARY GRANT Topper It's Tops in Topnoteh Comedy! He started out as a staid banker and wanted a good time—but ended up I - as a playboy and forgot about the morni...
UPPER HUTT MAGISTRATE'S COURT. MOTORIST AND CAR RADIO. EXCUSE FOR SPEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
UPPER HUTT MAGISTRATE'S COURT.
MOTORIST AND CAR RADIO.
EXCUSE FOR SPEEDING.
Mr. A. M. Goulding, S.M., pro- sided at the Magistrate's Court on Friday last. A large number ci cases were brought before him by the Traffic Inspector for speedimr. One defendant in a letter to the Bench in explanation of his errou stated that he had 'been, carried away by his favourite.tune on the ear radio and never realised he was going over the speed limit. In lining him £2 and costs the . Magistrate stated he would have been carried away had he struck a concrete pole. For similar offences Frank Cor- dery, Waipukurau, was fined £2 and costs; Douglas Charles Mcin- tosh, Mast€^ton, t; , v £1 and. costs ; Hans Finke, VVellington, £2 and costs; Parun Louis, W©fUngton, £2/10/- and costs j JameS* Lyail, W ellmgton, £&-and costs; Wilson Stanley Croll, W eilington, £3 ana costsj and Elsie Mega Persen, Masterton, £2/10/- and costs. Noel Lewis, Bryan, Petone, was lined £2 and costs tor dange...
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
The Upper Hutt Men's Hockey Club intend getting under way early this year, as they have had an invitation from the Napier Hockey Sub-Association, to visit Napier during Easter. With tJais in view, all members and intend- ing members are requested to at tend a general meeting of the cmb at J. H. Brown's, Mam Road Upper Hutt, on Thursday, 2nd. February, at 8 p.m.. The club also intends forming a baseball club, to eret a footing in for next season. Members who are unable to attend are requested tv get in touch with the secretary, and notify him if they will be available for the Napier matches.
FOOTBALL. R. ANDERSON AFTER TRIP TO AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
R. ANDERSON AFTER TRIP TO AFRICA.
R. Anderson, well-know,n in the Upper Hutt, and former North Island and Auckland representa- tive Rugby forward, is going all out next-season in an attempt to make the New Zealand side .to tour South Africa in 1940. At one time Anderson was a very prominent forward for the Upper Hutt Club, and re- presentative honours as a junior rep. whilst playing for the local team. After leaving Upper Hutt, Rog- er had a rapid rise to provincial and he went to Auckland as a member of the Defence Force. He hasn't been the luckiest ot' footballers. He was in the North Island side in 1936 and looked to be heading the right way for big- ger honours. Unfortunately he in- jured an ankle on the first day of the All Black trials in 1937; and though he appeared later in the season he was never really in. top gear. Then early last winder he dislocated a shoulder and was out of Rugby for the rest .'of the- sea- son. He says he is-' soud again and a tr...
FIRE BRIGADE DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
FIRE BRIGADE DEMONSTRATION.
The team from the Upper Hutt Fire Brigade for the Dominion demonstration, : which is being, held at Wanganui, early in \March, are busy training three or \£our times a week. the \vatchful eye of Superintendent JW. Wakelin, the team is putting An soKd work, and its an eye-opener to see them in action. " . It was the. "Leader's" plea- sure on Tuesday evening to be present at the Park and see what could be done, -the only disap- pointment being that there was not sufficient water pressure to show how good these fellows are. With the extra water supply now from the pump at Trentham, .it is hoped that from now on until the demonstration, there will be more pressure so as to give them a chance. This year being Upper Hutt's Fire Brigade Jubilee year, it would be great to see them bring off the championship in March.
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
LOCAL & GENERAL.
On Monday, January 23rd, the children of Upper Hutt and Tren- tham Gospel Hall held their yearly Maid- stone Park, a at- tending and a vergren joy able day was spent by all. The children were entertained throughout the day, and in the afternoon, a short Gospel Message was given. The company dispersed about 6 p.m., after spending a most enjoyable day. Rev. N. E. Winhall will be .absent from the district from Sat- urday next, January 28th until the 11th February, during which period he will be under canvas with the Ist Battalion, Wellington Regiment and two other Military Units at Waiouru. Mr. Winhall is padre attached to the Wellington Regiment, which includes the Upper Hutt Platoon and most of the members are expected to be in camp. With the three units there will be from 500 to 600 men in camp and an intensive training programme will be in operation for the duration of the annual ■ "canvas city."
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
TRENTHAM BUTCHERY 7 I wish to notify the public that I have taken over the business of H. Douglas, and hope through personal supervision and service to solicit new and old customers. Prime Ox. Beef, Wether Mutton always on hand. Pork, Veal and Lamb in -season at City Prices. G. JACKSON. Printed by the Upper Hutt Printing Co., Princes Street, Upper Hutt, and published by Mr R. H. Ash- ford. January 26th, 1939.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
R. JENNINGS & CO. / RADIO SPECIALISTS &ND SERVICEMEN; ' J UPPER HUTT. / Don't fail to hear the 5-valve AIRLINE RADIO. A wonderful per- - former. £11/10/0. Terms is desired. ' Call, write or ring. We will be pleased to demonstrate. lib. Tic Over Jam Jars, 4/- per doz. 2n> : . „ ,', „ „ 5/6 per doz. 1 quart Preserving Jars, 11 id. each. \ gallon Preserving Jars, 1/2 each. Jam Pot Covers (Transparent) ' ■(■■ sd. each. D: CLYDE Phone 134 M. We Deliver.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 January 1939
Boys February Ist Girls BACK TO SCHOOL AGAIN with all .your School Requisites from A. & M* Thompson Text Books, Exercise Books, Drawing Books.. Memo Books, etc. Also Limited Quantity 200 Page Stahool Pads 200" Page 6d. each 6d. Sold only with other books. NOW THEN Be in on this! FREE! FREEH FREE! With every 5/- school order a Free Ticket for the Matinee Programme at the Mayfair Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 3rd or the next two weeks' issue.of your favourite weekly. , Trump, Wild West, or School Girls, etc.
WE .BUY YdUR .'* BOTTLES OF ALL p_SC.RiPTIONS7 \,-^--*.<._s_«»*r&'i : «''''•*'"■ '"" ' ' ■ - -~— "B_ST PRICES GIVEN. Upper Hutt Agent for— Wellington Dry Cleaners AND DYERS. Ring 201 AND OUR VAN WILL BE AT YOUR DOOR. A HAZELWOOD MAIN -ROAD, %PP_R HUTT. PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HTJTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and P»<<i in Stock. KIHSI' CLASS DINING BOOM. "Now, who was it first invented underground tunnels?" asked the school inspector. "Surely one ...