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CONCERT AT SILVERSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
CONCERT AT SILVERSTREAM.
The Upper Hutt Municipal Band gave a very successful con- cert at the Silverstream Hall on Sunday evening under the able baton of their Mr. L. Neighbours. .The playing of the band items were of a very high standard and also the quartette. The band was assisted by Mr. and Mrs. G-eorge, Mrs. Balke and . Mrs. G. Evans whose items were, also in keeping with the programme of the firs£ class standard. The proceeds were towards the Silverstream School.
THEY SAY? THEY SAY—WHAT DO [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
THEY SAY—WHAT DO
. THAT Councillor Rendle was not challenged at the Council meeting on Thursday last, when tellijgent one."
THAT we would like to.-know what is really going to happen to the Aviary.
THAT there will no doubt be many applicants for the position of chief-bird keeper ;
THAT. Councillor Poison was on the right track when he moot- ed an engineer, "if our roads are "any criterion." .
THAT there is a Committee on the Council that is working ef- ficiently, yet very little heard of (something'to do with sheep).
-THAT if the rumour is correct about the new place for the Sani- tary dump, we congratulate* the; Council or the member who had the vision/ .
THAT someone suggested, that the 'Mayor' advertise for his lost voice.
THAT we believe things are moving for the Town - Clock and y the original Committee are well up to "time."
' ■ THAT we would' like to know who moved the- covers from the trees in Whiteman's V...
DANCE AT SILVERSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
DANCE AT SILVERSTREAM.
-The Silverstream Social Club gave a benefit dance at : the Silver- stream Hall on, 'Wednesday even- ing last in aid of the Plunket 'So- ciety Funds. There was a good attendance of the public consider- ing the bad weather conditions. ~ Dancing was carried, on until midnight to the music of the Ex- eelsiof Orchestra. Mrs. Wall, Thomas and Zfohrab represented the Plunket Society and r apologies were received from their President, Mrs> Rogers. The; Social Club. will be' able to hand over a fairly good sum to help this great cause. Mr. Han- nibal, President of the Social Club; thanked all for their attend- ance.-- - :'-, •...• '..'". - ' The supper was in the good hands of a strong ladies'- commit- tee, consisting of Mesdames An- a drews, Ferguson, Jackson, Han- nibal and Richardson. Mr. Hannibal and Holeroft were very capable M.C's. The Social Club are to be con- gratulated on the generous help which is always given to any de- serving cause in this distr...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
NEW SEEDS NOW IX STOCK. "K.P." ; M&gure, r 141b. bags, 1/6. Redspray bilr for Fruit Trees, 1/3 ; bottle. *' Poultry Mash 251b. for , 3/- --' Phone IS4M. D. CLYDE MAIN ROAD T, RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. \ BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone Daily Deliveries. F. F. IIERCOCK 14in. BALL-BEARING LAWN MQWERS ..-,".,'*■-'■-' ; £3/5/0 CUPS & SAUCERS ■ '. ■ 6 for 2/9 SARDINES - ' v 5 for 1/- Large Tins PINEAPPLE «<1 Stocks of Seeds and Seed • Potatoes. Phone 66. Goods Delivered. P&OVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT ;i, Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION .OF NEW ZEALAND. Centennial Rifle Meeting. FEBRUARY 29th to MARCH 7th, 1940. RESIDENTS OF TRENTHAM WHO - ARE PREPARED TO CATER FOR COMPETITORS ATTENDING THE ABOVE MEETING. TARIFF AND NUMBER. W. G. FELLINGHAM, HON. SECRETARY, 37, IRA STREET, WELLINGTON, E. 4. J. G- WEAR Painter and Paperhaiiger. Liverpool Street, TRENTHAM. Estimates FRE...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
HERETAUNGA. AND SILVERSTREAM RESIDENTS EMERGENCY PRECAUTION ■V,': A' MEfETOENG-' OF ALiL PEIRSOiISB EST TDM ABOVE DlSfflß[ECffB !X ABE; OOIRIDlEAILiLIY"INVITO : T(* AfTU TEIND A BUIBiL'IO MEEtraM*. IN THE3 * "' SILVERSTREAM SOCIAL HALL ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd, at 8 p.m. BTJSINT'ISR • ' (1) :■ 'SfIEDLEICT FOfUfe MEMBERS- OHST THEf \ GHJOTRAIL EiXEIOtmVE. • - . (2) General discussion of ways and means of co-ordinat- ing the various bodies in formulating a scheme of emergency precautions and any matters pertaining to the welfare of the Military Forces. / ' /. .'.:.'■■> ".-- Mayor.
FORGET ;■■;": HOME & ASiSOCTAf3TO)O|; ). ■: POPULAR DANCE ', .EIVECRY SATTJBDAY -— BEIGOTil) HAEiL. 1/6 ~ — ABMIS'SICM -'' 1/6 ''■'■■. TOOK WALLACE'S DASGH BAND. ,
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
Silyerstream Volunteer Fire Brigade DANCE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27th. NORMAN CROFT'S BANp. Good Supper. Good Floor. : Subs: 2A, 1/6. .. ' [ Bus leaves froiu Upper HUtt P.O. Silyerstream Social CM): ' DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGIfT. DANCf; Good Music. Good Supper. • \ Excellent Orchestra. Bus leaves Upper Hutt at 8: p.m. D. A. JACKSON, Hon. Secretary.
U.H.R.F.C. & GIRIiS' HOCKEYDANCE MAJESTIC THEATRE ■THURSDAY, 21st SEPT., 1939. Sunshine Accordeon Band. Monte Carlos. UPPER HUTT PLUNKET SOCIETY. JUMBLE SALE *--*> ■ - "'•'■- .... - IN THE PLUNKET GROUNDS ON. , FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER. 22nd, '*.. 1.30 p.m. BARGAINS FOR ALL. . ,f- Come and Help a Good Cause. J/ STRINGER WOOD, COAIi & COKE 'MERCHANT. ; l: 'SAND; & GRAVEL CARIIYING. rviain Road
EMERGENCE PRECAUTIONS. LARGELY ATTENDED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
LARGELY ATTENDED MEETING.
A meeting of people interested in setting up various committees to deal with any emergency thai? - ' may arise, also to assist the i sol- diers in place on Mon- day evening last, there being over 60 people present. Mr. J. Blewman, Mayor, presid- ed, but through throat trouble, had to ca*U on the Deputy-Mayor, Councillor Rendle to assist him out. The Mayor-explained that the objects of the meeting were to comply with the Government's wish and the main thing was to set up a_Central Committee, under which various sub-committees, would be set up. The Govern- ment does not wish this meeting to go into ways and means of raising' a patriotic fund for war purposes, as they would be seeing to that, but one committee that .could be gone on with would be a ladies' one where they could make up materials in the way of socks, etc. for the soldiers going away. Mr. Rendle read out the Gov- ernment's Emergency Precaution, also suggested co...
LOCAL BABY SECOND IN CENTENNIAL BABY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
LOCAL BABY SECOND IN CENTENNIAL BABY COMPETITION.
It is no doubt that when the people of Upper Hutt go.into any~ thing they make a job of it, and once again that was shewn in the recent baby competition at the Centennial Fair. There were no less than 370 en- tries for this - competition which was won by the 14-month's old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tuahine Arabeta, Bay of Plenty, this baby being sponsored by the ZB. Station. The second place went to Baby Campbell, son of Hr. and Mrs. H. Campbell, Upper Hutt, again showing that Upper Hutt was well to the fore. The winner received 18,271 votes; the runner up 12,076, and the third competitor, 11,483. The local, Committee expresses their thanks to those who so gen- erously contributed towards the fund, thereby placing the local candidate in second position.
PLEASURE PIE. VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
The Upper Hutt Musical-and Dramatic Society decided at a re- cent meeting to continue with preparations for their variety en- tertainment "Pleasure Pie" which will be presented at. the Majestic Theatre on Thursday, sth Octob- er. Two members of the cast have already enlisted, but it is expect- ed they will be able complete their engagement in '' Pleasure Pie ere departing for camp. '
The entertainment is being specially presented in order to 'raise funds for Christmas Cheer for the little ones in St. -Joseph's Orphanage and a bright and var- ied programme has been- arrang- ed; it will embrace a. wide field of items, including burlesque, farce, melodrama, music, dancing, and popular songs, the keynote throughout being humour.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
WANTEBSy ETC. Small Advertisements, one issue, 1/6. Payment must accompany' order, otherwise copy cannot be inserted. WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH: —3-4 or 5-roomed house, im- mediate possession required. About £400 to £500. '* Now is your chance. Williams, Agent, Wal- laceville. ;.'.:.- JjOBT.-~Twq weeks ago, between Quinn's 'Post and Rose of Sharon Hall, 5 diamond ' (one missing), engagement ring. Re- ward. Please return "Leader" Office. Bat or small house, near Post Office, Upper Hutt. Apply 18, c/o 'Leader.' FOR SALE.—Boat-shaped cane pram, good condition. Apply 25, c/o 'Leader.' LOST Blue Budgerigar. Ring No. 50 on leg. Reward. Ring 156 WANTED—Housework or' Cleaning 2or 3 hrs. daily. Apply Mrs. Kirk opposite Majestic. FOR SALE double Bed- room Suite. Very cheap for quick sale. Apply No. 157 c'/ o Leader. FOR SALE. I have a number of buyers for sections and properties at Trentham or Upper Hutt. Geange Bldg. Phone 76. UPPER HUTT— I acre sections—2oo \ yards from Station. £50 upwards. T...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM Saturday, Sept. 23rd. The Second of the Saint Series. ■"THE SAINT STRIKES BACK" with George Sanders, Wendy Barrie, Jonathan Hale, Jerome Cowan, Neil . Hamilton and Barry Fitzgerald. A real thriller. Adult Audiences. Tuesday, Sept. 26th. -Kent Taylor & Rochelle Hudson : f . .'■:. ...IN.; .-. '■-':.'■.- ;.-•■- >, : ' "PIRAT&S OF THE SKIES" with Regis Toomey, Marion Martin, Ray Walker, Lucien Littlefield and Dorothy Arnold. Flying police in. a sky-thrill film. Universal Exhibition. Thursday, Sept. 28th,-. Here is a good show! Mischa Auerj Mary ttbland, Everett Hortoh IN ':LITTLE TOUGH GUYS IN SOCIETY" The Dead End Kids, Helen Parrish and Jackie Searle. This picture has everything, comedy,.^ drama, and thrills. '.■-•^_ m S / '-- Universal Exhibition.
CHURCH NOTICES. SPRING FLOWER SERVICE. V 11.0: The Message/Of Spring'? given by the Sunday School Chil- dren. "_::; '' '--//■' ."".'" 7.0: Rev. H. T. Peat, Commun-. ion Service. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. S...
BOROUGHS COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
The Mayor presided over the Council on Thursday evening last, but very little of public interest was discussed. During the discussion on the New Zealand Centennial, Council- lor Purvis stated that he would like to see a Ladies' Rest Room erected in the district as a fitting Centennial Memorial. At pres- ent the ladies of Silverstream, Trentham and Upper Hutt had no rest room, which was required, especially when for buses or trains. We can get a subsidy from the Government and such an amenity would be welcomed by all ladies in the borough. In answer to a question where such a building should be erected, Councillor Purvis statecL that there was a section in Station Street, which was the property of the Council that could be made use of. Councillor Rendle stated that the idea was a splendid one, but there were other suggestions such as a > library or swimming baths. It was decided that the Council hold a special meeting and go into details of a Centennial Mem...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
MAJESTIC Heated For Your Comfort. BP.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. Popular Double Feature Programme (1) THE DIONNE QUINTUPLETS in their third and best film \ FIVE OF A KIND As exciting and thrilling as Broadway:—as modern and as amazing as the Television that takes them there. Yvonne — Oecile — Marie — Annette — Eimile. They are all here to thrill you again. Universal Exhibition. - FORGED PASSPORT PAUL KELLY JUNE LANG ~ Refugees or Spies'? Who are these countless aliens; seeking illegal entry with forged passports'? / Adult Audiences. ..;>;.-/
■■ MAJHSTTO.MBrEATEE!' V THURSDAY, OCTOBER sth, 1039. PLEASURE PIE A SNAPPY VARIETY SHOW ; presented by the Upper Hutt Musical and Dramatic Society " for the Children of St. Joseph's Orphanage. Circle and Front Stalls 1/6. Back Stalls 1/3. v Reserves at Thompson's. WOMEN'S DIVISION FARMERS' ,- .UNION. '. GRAND DANCE AT THE >: ~ TAITA " -HALL ■: ' ~-\ ON ; ";., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1939. Excellent Orchestra. Home-made. Supper. • Admission: ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
llß ' kal *^ k >aaaa_aaa«aa.__nßa aß| a aa| aa ßM a ßß|aaßC>Hnßßrs|M MAYFAII^ Upper Hutt's Modern Steam Heated Theatre. Popular Price Night 8 p.m, FRIDAY. FRIDAY 8 p.m. A Double Feature to please everyone! No. 1. WEST OF SHANGHAI WITH I BORIS KARLOFF BEVERLY ROBERTS 8 Adult Audiences., Plucked right out of today's Headlines--The Terror of the Perilous War Zone in the Mysterious East— Love is reckless and Life is cheap when every moment may be the last. Adult Audiences. No. 2. JANE WITHERS ■-.'."' IN' MSS FIX IT WITH , GLORIA STUART HENRY WILCOXIN The Happiest, Funniest Surprise Hit ever made by .., this grand Little Star. "When the world starts kicking you round/ says Jane, "keep smiling—but don't forget to kick back!',' Universal Exhibition. GIRLS 1.45 SATURDAY MATINEE 1.45 BOYS I Another of our Marvellous Double Feature Matinees. First JANE WITHERS (your f avouritelStar) IN "MISS FIX IT" I Second RONALD COLEMAN I ' IN* I "IF I WERE KING" I Third Exciting Chapter of , 1 "THE ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
It is understood that the opin- ions, criticisms, or suggestions expressed by correspondents are their own and not necessarily the views of the "Leader." Corres- pondence can appear under a nom-de-plume but correspondents must enclose their name and ad- dress to the Editor. -
(To the Editor). Sir,—l would like to draw the - Council's attention to the bad state of the streets, caused by the Road Grader shifting the large loose .metal from the side of the streets into the centre, with the intention of filling the pot-holes and other defects. The method of scraping up loose metal that has been thrown off by the traffic is not in the best interests of the public. ' % - The Council must know that if loose metal is put into "pot-holes, and on the hard surface of the streets,- the lorry and ear traffic- that comes along, throw it out again, ..and at tho same time the friction of the car wheels against the loose metal gauges out the surface of the roads and makes...
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The Monthly Meeting of the .Wallaeeville Women's Institute was held recently, Mrs. Hopkirk presiding:. There was a good at- tendance. A pianoforte duet was given, by Misses L. Lynch and Y. Russell; pianoforte solo, Miss L, Lynch; Roll Call; Household Hints. "■ ; ' A demonstration was igiven by- Mrs. Hopkirk on making an.' eider- down quilt. //. Winners of .competitions:—Ball Game won, by Mrs.; Braid; Paper ' Flowers: Mrs. Anderson Ist; Mrs. Simpson 2nd. Afternoon tea was served by the hostesses, Mesdames Wheat- ley, White, Wale, Webber, Wil- liams and Anderson. '
R.S.A. PLATOON [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
All Returned Soldiers who have ' joined up under Class 11. of the National Reserve will , be given the opportunity ..of,, getting:. into training on Thursday; next, Sep- tember 28th, when details of par- ades, etc. will be discussed. ; . The : Mayor, of Lower Hutt, Qapt. Jack Andrews, is O.C. of the Hutt Valley, but each district will have its own Platoon Com- mander and N. o.o's. Returned Soldiers who have not yet, filled in their cards can get further information from the 'Leader' Office.
INTER BIBLE-CLASS BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 September 1939
BASKETBALL AND FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT.
; A very.enjoyable afternoon was 'Ji.Bid.Jn; the Upper Hutt School grounds on, Saturday last when Basketball and Football Tourna- ments were held under the aus- pices of the District Bible Classes. In the basketball section, teams representing • St. Mary's, Silver- stream;. St. John's, Trentham; St. Hilda's, Upper Hutt; St. David's, Upper Hutt; and Methodist took part, St: Hilda's being the win- ners. :."' /. .' % "In the football section,- Angli- can, Presbyterian and Methodist; Chiirches' were represented arid* after some ; wellrcontested games, St. Hilda's team were successful. Keen interest was taken in all games, and members of-the vari- ous, teams are to be- congratulat- ed On their efforts.