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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TRINITY; XVII. NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER. Trentham.—ll a.m., Family Service; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Tomlin). - Upper Hutt—B a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar). ■ Silverstream.—9.3o a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Bryant). s Akatarawa.—7 p.m., Evensong (Mr..Snell)., v ; ; Note.—All Communicals are asked to make a special effort to attend Holy Communion. Rev. N. E; WTNHALL, Vicar. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, OCTOBER Ist. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School. ".; 7 p.m.—Bright Gospel Service, speaker, Mr. "WV N* Pepperell. A hearty welcome extended to all. PRESBYTERIAN CEJURCH. Upper Hutt.---ll a.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw; 7 p.m., Mr. E. Kirkby. fWallaceville.—2 p.m.,. Rev. J. C. McCaw. Trentham.—7 p.m., Rev. J. 0. McCaw. ■' -\ Silverstream.—7 p.m., Supply. 4.30 p.m.—Bible Class. Rally at Trentham. METHODIST CHURCH. 11 a.m.—Sister Edith Beer.; 7 p.m.—Mr. Erie Heggie, M.Comm. [■A. Card.] ; DURING Dr. F. W. Kemp's ab- sence on Military Service, his practice will be c...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
•-v - Saturday, Sept. ; 30th. \ Warner Bros.' Great Comedy. Errol Flyhn & Olivia Dc Havilland '-- .', IN - -A CROWD" s With the following marvellous, cast: Rosalind Russell, Patric Knowles, Walter Connolly, Hugh Herbert, Melville Pooper and many other -great players. . '. : 15 hours of mirth. ; • ■-. Universal Exhibition. Tuesdays Oct; 3rd.. -'■;. KAY FRANCIS ■' - IN.'■'■ ■' ~. Vv : ;^'' <:i MY 4 BILL" , with Dickie Moore,- Bonita Granville, John Litel, Anita Louise and Bobby Jordan. Another fine dramatic performance by. Miss Francis*. Universal Exhibition. Thursday, Oct. sth, A Double Feature Programme. Lola Lane .&' Paul Kelly - : BLAME- ; IN ; ■-.: ■'■; .PAHAMA"-;; The latest of the Torchy Blanc .'•_.. ' ' •' series. .-:> ANNA MAY WONG '.." L "■'•/.. -" IN-" : : .■ " "WHEN YOU 'WERE ;'-:,;: : rBORH'V ; •■-.-",'.' A real thriller. :,;'.:'•.- Adult Audiences. ~ "
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
MAJESTIC Heated For Your Comfort. 8 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. Popular Double Feature Programme. (1) PETER LORRE ■ ■■■ ■' EST' MR. MOTO'S LAST WARNING The Latest and Best of the Popular Mr Moto Series. The f amou s little Sleuth on the, scent again. Warned by an invisible enemy. Tense, Thrilling. Also Screening— "MELODY and ROMANCE Starring Margaret Lockwood Henry Barton. Music'— Mirth — Romance — and 'Siong Hits. A Well Balanced Programme Indeed! \ \ Universal Exhibition. Department Store WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT NEXT WEEK .„ Daily Newspapers Owing to the present European conflict and the resultant dislocation of shipping the arrival of sufficient newsprint supplies i$ uncertain and it has become an immediate necessity to eliminate all unnecessary waste of newsprint, hence we would request all readers who are in the habit of buying copies casually to be permanent subscribers. " * From to-day delivery boys cannot sell papers on their rounds and supplies for casual sales will, be...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
Upper Hutt's Modern Steam Heated Theatre. Popular Price fright. 8 p.m. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 p.m. • An Excellent Programme for Old and Young GLADYS SWARTHOUT LLOYD NOLAN IN* AMBUSH Caught in the web of a ruthless manhunt —a boy and . a gir1..... innocent victims of a calm killer to whom a life means nothing-—a nightmare of terror that might have happened to you. -Action — Thrills — Excitement. Superb- Supporting Sub j ects include Betty Boop Cartoon, -Comedy, Spbrtlight, Chapter of Thrilling Serial, 'The Radio.Patrol,' and other excellent items. Recommended for Adult Audiences. »♦♦♦♦♦» •■»-»■» ♦♦»»♦*♦♦♦•»»»»♦♦♦ ♦-»-♦ »•♦»•♦♦» ♦♦-»-♦-»■»-»-»-» »» ~~-^———^—______^^__ 8 p.m. Evening SATURDAY Evening 8 p.m. 2 p.m. Matinee SATURDAY Matinee 2 p.m. 8 p.m. MONDAY 8 p.m. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Present their Brand New Re-issue of the Glorious Record Breaking— Naughty Marietta WITH JEANETTE MacDONALD NELSON EDDY FRANK MORGAN The Picture.that made these Great Stars famous. Beauty to enchant the eye —Mus...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
(To the Editor). Sir, —I would like to point out to Councillor Rendle for his in- formation, that at all times any criticism I have levelled at the Council has been constructive, al- ways having in view the welfare of the Borough. Reading through your valuable column of the 'Leader', They Say? They say—what do. I notice Councillor Rendle stated "he was thejmlj intelligent one.' 1 Now Sir, I consider Councillor Rendle's statement cheap public- ity and not in keeping with what could be expected from an in- telligent person. In. connection with his statement with reference to the convincing evidence in Miro Street that -" a home is not built in a day." . If this statement is meant as an intelligent' one, I agree with him, but in extenuation, let me say I never waste time, and always give value for my services. - ' I am, etc., A. F. W. JACKSON.
THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
THE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.
(To the Editor). Sir—l was a bit surprised to see in an issue of the 'Leader' a letter signed by A- F. W. Jack- son, in reference to the above Society's activities!.. May I be excused in saying that it appears to me that Mr. Jackson very much likes to rush into print. , In several of your issues of re- cent date, there has been gener- ous reports on the progress of the Society, and to my mind it would have been more considerate of Mr. Jackson to have approached some of the Committee who are leaving no stone unturned to bring the Society up to date. He apaprently doieis not realise the hard work involved in reforming the Society, which had been non- existent -for. some years.' If he had made enquiries he would have learned also that our Secre- tary has been seriously ill which has been a. distinct handicap to the .Society's progress, and the work has had to be taken up,by other willing hands. Its all -very well to sit-down and write to the local paper...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Silverstream Fire Brigade promptly responded to a call on Sunday afternoon. The cause was a quantity of gorse ablaze, just to the south of"the Here- taunga Post Office. As no build- : ings; were .' .endangered, the fire was allowed to burn itself out. The fine /weather will soon be here, and it behoves the Council to take 'steps to lessen the fire menace oh sections .where gorse has been allowed to grow un- checked^
EMERGENCY PRECAUTION. MEETING AT SILVERSTREAM [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
MEETING AT SILVERSTREAM
The Mayor, Ms*: <■ J. Blewman, presided over a public meeting called for the above purpose at "Silverstream on Friday evening last, there being over 50 people present. Mr. Blewman, addressing the assembly, first of all thanked them for coming along and after de- tailing what occurred at the Upper Hhitt meeting, stated that four people were to be elected at that meeting to make up the full complement of the Central Execu- tive. After several nominations, the following were_ elected to repre- sent the people south of Camp Road: Mrs. Hunter, Col. T.A. Hunter, Messrs. J. Snell and Y. Ward. In answer to the' question of the Sub-committees, His Worship stated that all Committees would be set up at the next public meeting; the R,S.A. would be the ' rendevous and the date would be October 2nd. Mr. Blewman ap- pealed to everyone to come along stating that there would be plenty of work for all who were willing to assist. Mr. Hanniba...
UPPER HUTT BRANCH OF THE LEAGUE OF MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
UPPER HUTT BRANCH OF THE LEAGUE OF MOTHERS.
Beautiful spring flowers and spring weather greeted the mem- bers of the League, at their Sep- : t ember meeting: and who were warmly welcomed by the Presi- dent, Mrs. Castle. heartily joined in the League Hymn and Prayer, Mrs. Castle reepating the Special Peace Prayer. The ''Thought? ;for the! day, was given by, Mrs.: Me Curdy, as follows:—A sense of hum6ur is like extra horse power, to drag us up the hill. The speaker was the y Rev.?Winhall,: who spoke earnest-, ly and clearly on;" Boys 1," and at the conclusion, was accorded a very hearty vote of thanks, Mrs. Wnihall receiving a posy; of spring flowers.. Songs were sung by Mrs/For- tune, and two dees, by the League Choir, which were ;: warmly ap- plauded. . ? Mrs. Castle announced the : An- nual Meeting of the Wellington Province, and cordially invited all to be present. - X > - Afternoon tea was served and- much enjoyed after - which the singing of the■ \ National Anthem ..bro...
SILVERSTREAM LABOUR PARTY DANCE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
SILVERSTREAM LABOUR PARTY DANCE
A very successful- dance was held recently by the Silverstream Labour Party. During the evening, the crown- ing of the successful Queen of the recent carnival' took place. The Queen elect, Miss Olga Johnson, who was preceded by the Page Boy (Bobby Dean) and followed by her Maids of Honour, Misses Shirley Roberts and Rosie Hay- den, paraded through the hall to a fanfare of'trumpets after which they were led on to the stage,, where the Mayoress, Mrs. J. Blew- man, officiated at the crowning ceremony. Accompanying the Mayoress was Mrs. Lancaster, wife of . the President of the Branch. , ; < Speeches were made by the Mayor and Councillor Lancaster, who congratulated the Commit- tee on the wonderful display, also paying honour to "Her Majesty." "The sum of £65 was raised by the Committee and parents of the various Queens. Among those present were The Mayor and' Mayoress, Councillor and Mrs. Lancaster; Mr. and Mrs. Hayden, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Mr....
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE.
'Members' of the Silverstream Fire Brigade congregated togeth- er on Friday evening last at the Fire Station to an impromptu evening, " when their popular Secretary, Fireman R. .Smith, who is temporarily leaving the dis- trict was farewelled. . x " Among the guests l present were the Mayor, Mr. J. Blewman, Councillor 'T. "Clyma, and the Secretary of-the Upper Hutt Fire- Brigade, Mr. G. Guthrie,., In expressing the thanks of the Council and . also- the people of ' Silverstream to Mr. Smith, the Mayor wished him the best of good luck-in the future, stating that he hoped it would not be long - before the guest of honour was back among them again. Councillor Clyma, dn support- • ing the Mayor, stated that Silver- stream's loss would be Hasting *s gain, and that he hoped Mr. Smith would continue to take an active interest in Fire Brigade matters.. whilst away. Mr. Guthrie said that it quite by accident he knew 1 of Mr.. Smith's departure, but was pleas- e...
DANCE AT SILVERSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
DANCE AT SILVERSTREAM.
The - Silverstream Boys - and Girls .Sports Club held their sec- ond dance of the season oh Tues- day- of last week and- a very en- joyable time was spent by the large, assembly of dancers. Music was supplied by the Sunshine Accordion Band. • The lucky numbers went .to Mr. A. Bennett,- C. Grimwood and A. Vaughan.
CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 28 September 1939
' Our report of the purchase of .Maidstone Park in the last.issue of the 'Leader' stated that the „ Council were buying the Park at\ the cost of £162/5/0 per annum as against £170/8/0 originally, paid for the lease. This report should have read half-yearly,- not per annum. -The price per annum now being , £324/10/0 as against £340/16/0j: under the lease.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939
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THURSDAY, OCTOBEOa sth, 1939.
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THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the Listener.)
THAT a certain well-known gentleman of the district had oc- casion to throw his hat in before entering: his home the other even- in ?- THAT we -are given to under- stand that two local young men have received commissions in the New Zealand Artillery Terri- torial). THAT there was only one dis- sent to the motion moved at the public meeting in favour of wet canteens at the military camps. THAT the Mayor is slowly re- gaining .his voice preparatory for the Council meeting to-night). THAT we wish Councillor Clyma a speedy recovery. THAT Mr. T. Chapman has been elected Secretary of the Trentham 'School Committee. n TBOAT the Physical Fitness dis- play on' Saturday is yet another move in the right direction.
THAT anyone having spare furniture can help the War Emergency Committee by donat- ing same for, use in the R.S.A. Rooms. '•'■'.'■. ; THAT Maidstone Park has a new mowing machine. .. THAT the steam roller is con- spieious...
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939
LOCAL & GENERAL.
•Mrs. P. Robertson, of Upper Hutt, was again elected as Patron to the Wellington Croquet Association at their . Annual Meeting. At the Fire Brigade Re-Union on Saturday evening last, the Mayor apologised for the absence of Councillors Clyma an<"L Lan- caster, through ill-health. *'*■■■' Reader's attention are drawn to the advertisement in-this issue., of Mir. F. Jackson, who has taken over the Milk Bar,, where civility will be the key-note. Hazel wood & Co. have once again .given the people of thje dis- trict an opportunity v of • meeting? the c.orsetiere from Berlei House; AueHahd, in the person of Miss Agnes Berlei herself. Dadies. can be assured of sound advice if re- quired, so take advantage of the invitation offered in this adver- tisement. .// ■■' •-,'.■
SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939
SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The recent monthly meeting of the Silverstream Women's liisti-_ tute was well, attended - and was" presided over by Mrs. Jefcoate, who welcomed those A" very interesting talk on Central Europe was given by Miss Ker- shaw, of Wellington, and meni- bers expressed the hope that" a return visit may be paid at a laie§ date. Competitions/ were w;on by Mrs; Eckersleyy best } blolMtt Mrs. B alfour, bran biscuits. A solo was sung by Mrs. J6f- coats, members joinirtg iil the chorus and a dainty afternoon p?o* gramme.