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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

*NEW SEASONS' SEEDS NOW IN STOCK. "K.P." Manure, 141b. bags, 1/6. Redspray Oil, for Fruit Trees, 1/3 bottle. Poultry Mash 251b. for 3/- 'Fhone 184 M. D. CLYDE MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT PLUNKET SOCIETY. JUMBLE SALE IN THE SILVERSTREAM SOCIAL HALL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th 1.30 p.m. BARGAINS FOR ALL. COME AND HELP A GOOD CAUSE. WOOD AND COAL YARD R. C. H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. ' — Main Road. Ca*rbonettes, Coke, Screened Coal. The best in firewood requirements. "ROSALIE" DRESSMAKER & COSTUMIER (Late of Wellington) has resumed business in Silyerstream Private residence: Next to Mason's Grocer's Store. J. STRINGER WOOD, COAL & COKE MERCHANT. SAND & GRAVEL CARRYING. Main Road SILVERSTREAM NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PARTY. UPPER HUTT BRANCH ANNUAL DANCE Labour Night, 23rd October. MAJESTIC THEATRE, UPPER HUTT. ' HARRY AVERY'S ORCHESTRA. 8 P.M. to 1 A.M. 2/6. 'rpHE SILVERSTREAM TENNIS CLUB'opens its 1939-40 Season on SATURDAY NEXT, 7th OCTO- BER, at 12.30 p.m. Everybody cordially invited. - - MISS-'-D...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

PRO^^ -UPPER HUTT.-'..'. T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOMI

NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PARTY (Upper Hutt Branch.) The Branch will meet in the RJS.A. Booms, Station Street, Upper Hutt on Friday, 6th inst. at 8 p,m. A full attendance of members is requested as the business set down for discussion is. of an extremely im- portant nature. O. J. PLiTJMMERy Hon, Secretary.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

Silverstream Social Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT. GRAND DANCE Good, Music. Good Supper. Excellent Orchestra. Bus leaves Upper Hutt at 8 p.m. D. A. .JACKSON, Hon. Secretary.

F.JACKSON . UPPER HUTT S-iLK BAR TIP-TOP ICE CREAM 3d. & 6d Cartons to take.home. %cc Blocks, Fruit Salad Blocks, Ice- Cream Sundaes, All Flavours. -Hot and Cold Milk Shakes. Malted Milk, Hot. and Cold. Our Egg Nogg made with guaranteed new Laid Eggs is delicious. Beef & Tomato Soup and Toast. Tea, Coffee or Cocoa and Biscuits or Toast. .HAVING disposed of my Milk Bar Business to Mr. F. Jack-: I wish to thank the general public of Upper Hutt and District for their patronage; during the y past.2_- years and trust that the same support will be extended to my successor. —W. J. Goodwin. y Upper Hutt

CONCERTS DANCE In Aid of Boys and Girls Club Will be held -in the SOCIAL HALL, SILVERSTREAM On MONDAY, OCTOBER 9th At_.,B__.p.m.._ CONCERT 8 p.m. — .1,0 p.m. DANCE 10 p.m.—l 2 o'clock. Admission: Adults...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

DEPARTMENT SIORE MISS AGNES BERLEI '■ / '/ ? \J^ Corsetiere from Berlei. House, Auckland \ { s / Here from \. , N. OCTOBER 16fh till OCTOBER 20th \ Fashions are born, but figures are made to-day—by the 7017.—1n the new romantic fabric Star-Dust and the new common-sense control and comfort of a True-to-Type Nude tone, a SKINTEX stepin using the famous FABRIC Berlei, styled for the latest overseas trends and fitted by BONING- of bands of. P^^J^^^^ V !__^£^- an expert like Miss Berlei! the back to give BONE CONTROL WITHOUT BONES, * ' , and in bias strips at the side front to pull the waistline Whether you want a personal fitting or just advice on trim and taut. With a side talon, for the short No. 7 fitting, some 'figure problem that's been troubling you, you'll tod fl REMEMBER _ AII Advice and _. ittings Free _ | A»1M» in Mg demand, so book your appointment early. B . ■ ■ '- ~ J UPPER HUTT; PHONES 1 and 18, UPPER HUTT. :

TjPPER HUTT—. acre Sections, SALE .--Household furni- WANT...

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WAR EMERGENCY SUB-COMMITTEES SET UP WET CANTEENS ADVOCATED [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

WAR EMERGENCY

SUB-COMMITTEES SET UP WET CANTEENS ADVOCATED

A further public meeting of th& people of Upper Hutt to formur late Sub-Committees under the jurisdiction of the War Emerg- ency Committee was held on Mon- day evening last, there being a very large number present. Mr.. Blewman, the Mayor, presided. Owing to the resignation of Dr.. Kemp (through Military Service) Mr. E. Zorab was elected on the- main Committee and also elected Secretary-Treasurer. 'Mr. W. Macnab, Secretary of the local R.S.A., offered the ser- vices of his Executive as the Social Committee for the north- ern end of the Borough, which was .gratefully accepted and the fojilolwing ladies were add]ed to that Committee: Mesdames Street- er, Robertson, Carver, Morley and Spencer. The Social Committee from Camp Road to Silverstream were elected:" Messrs. Y. Ward, D. A. Jackson, E. W. Smyrk, C. Hanni- bal, Mesdames Hannibal and Smyrk, and Miss Saunders. Sewing Committee, North End: Mesdames. Comber, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TRINITY XVIII. Trentham.—B a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m.. Evensong (Vicar). Upper Hutt.—ll a.m:' Litany nnd H.C 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Mason). Silverstream.—7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Snell). Aka,tarawa.—7 p.m.. Evensong (Mr. Fin!ay). Confirmation Classes" as~usual. Vicar. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY. OCTOBER Bth. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School. 7 -p.m. —Bright Gospel Service.- ''Speakers: Mr. D. Morrell and Mr. C. Eves. Subject, "Christ A Liv- ing Reality." A cordial invitation extended to all. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., 7 p.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw; . Trentham.—7 p.m., Supply. Silverstream.—7 p.m.,C. Brown LABOUR PARTY GUESSING COMPETITION. DRESSED DOLL—Winning No. 68, Book E. Mrs. "Winnibal, Upper Hutt, . - - - - ■ .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

| Popular Price Night. g h 8 p.m. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 p.m. g % SUPERB DOILTBLB ff__l_vTOßE g g (1) WILL HAY g g Your favourite Comedian -**• g | OLD BONES OF THE RIVER | I "Old Harbottle" Harriot _* "Young Albert?' Moffat 8 | -The whole hilarious crew of the Fourth Form of St. 8 I Michaels go to Africa—and the "fun becomes fast and 8 § furious as Zulu cannibals, beating .tolaji toms, wild 8 g animals and our merry niad heroes all get.mixed up % | in a riot of mirth. - >■>-•■" v '*, . '-r ' | g Also on this Excellent Bill— 8 g While New York Sleeps. S g Michael Whalen Jean Rogers % | Murder in Manhattan at Midnight! ; § g The Roving Reporters thought they were sleuthing § I well. They solved a killing before it happened—and g a then found the same man murdered again. * 2. | Recommended for Adult Audiences.- § | GIRLS MATINEE SATURDAY J BOYS g g Commencing at a quarter to two one of the greatest g g Matinee Programmes ever shown at the Mayfair. g g (1) WILL HAY in the Screaming Come...

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UPPER HUTT FIRE BRIGADE. RE-UNION AND PRESENTATION OF GOLD STAR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

UPPER HUTT FIRE BRIGADE.

RE-UNION AND PRESENTATION OF GOLD STAR.

The Upper Hutt Fire Brigade held their Annual Re-unioh on Saturday evening last, which in- cidentally coincided with the Brigade's Jubilee of 25 years. % Superintendent W. Wakelin, Chief fire-fighter, who has been a member of the Brigade since its inception, was the recipient of the coveted Gold Star for 25 years' service at the function. Also several members of the Bri- gade received service bars. The hall had been nicely laid out, the tables being set with spring flowers which gave it a homely appearance. Superintendent Wakelin presid- ed, supported by His Worship the Mayor, Mr. J. Blewman, Council- lors Greig, Richardson, Poison, Rendle and the Town Clerk; als3 at the official trible was Super- intendent Carey, of Patea, Presi- dent of the U.F.B.A. After the loyal toast had been heartily drunk, Superintendent Wakelin proposed the toast of the Borough Council, stating that past Councils had always given t...

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PRESENTATION OF GOLD STAR TO SUPERINTENDENT WAKELIN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

PRESENTATION OF GOLD STAR TO SUPERINTENDENT WAKELIN.

Opportunity was taken at the Annual Re-Union of the Brigade to make the coveted presentation of the U.F.B.A. Gold .Star to .Superintendent Wakelin. Before the presentation was made, the Mayor stated that the. Gold Star was awarded to all firemen who had twenty-five, years continuous service in the Fire Brigade. It was a wonder- ful achievement by Mr. Wakelin to give such service. 'Superintendent Carey, when making the presentation, stated that there were two other gentle- men in the room who had the coveted Star. For himself, Mr. Carey stated that his family had 110 years' service in the Fire Brigade, viz., his brother, 25 years, his son, 10 1 yeiars, his father, 34 years, and himself, 31 years. Mr. Carey stated it was the greatest of pleasure that U.F.B.A. made the presentation to Superintendent Wakelin, and wished him many years of happi- ness in the future. the Mayor then presented Mr. Wakelin with a fireside chair from t...

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ST. JOHN'S GUILD. ANNUAL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

ST. JOHN'S GUILD.

ANNUAL BAZAAR.

The above Guild held their An- nual Bazaar on Saturday last at their hall, Trentham.;;. A large number of buyers were present and it is anticipated that at least £20 will be the outcome o£the Guild's efforts. The following ladies acted as stall holders: Produce,, Mrs. Bry- ant;' books, Mesdames Williams and Saggers; jumble, Mrs. Tay- lor ; cakes, Mesdames Poole and Thomas; sweets, Mesdames Pym and Tatham; fancy sewing, Chapman- teas, Mesdames Cuneen and, Donnell; lucky dip, Miss Poole. ■■"...-■ The Guild are to be congratu- lated on the excellent array of good things on sale, the public showing their appreciation by purchasing practically everything there, ' •

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CRICKET. UPPER HUTT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

CRICKET.

UPPER HUTT CLUB.

A successful net practice was held on Saturday last, when the Upper Hutt Cricket Club assemb- led its players at Maidstone Park.

Messrs. Allardyce and Falloon graded the players, the grading of which, however, is purely of a temporary nature, and is subject to alterations before the com- mencement of the competitions. The preliminary grading is as follows:— "A" Grade.—N. McCarthy, A. McKay, S. Keeble, E. Francis, M. Wellington, A. Faloon, I. Allar- dyce, C. Murray, R. Skerton, C. Newport, S. Allen-, W. Marsden, D. Wilson, J. Danby, McDowell, S. -Redd.' "C" Grade:—T. Hoey, B. Comeskey, W. Goodwin, G. Com- eskey, J. Golding, F. o'Riley, Y. Franz, J. Coley, E. Harrington, F. Kurttiy X Lorigan, D. Mould- er, B. Clemens, J. Purvis, E.- Baillee, A. Williams, F. Rabbitt, J. Haydon. "D" Grade:—L. Gibbons, W. Warner, J. Tunnel, D. Long, J. Crawford, J. Anderson, J. Scott, L. Faulkner, P. Hunter, J. Hart- ley, B. Wheeler, N. Morrell, S. Keegan, G. W...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

Printed by the Upper Hutt Print- ing Co.. Princes Street. Upper Hutt. a.r,d published by Ralph Hilton asmord. THURSDAY, OCTOBER sth, 1939.

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DAILY PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 5 October 1939

DAILY PRAYER.

We are given to understand that the Rev. N. E. Winhall • informed his congregations on Sunday' last, the National Day of Prayer—that from now on,: for the duration of the war, the; bell at St. John's Church,. Trentham, will be rung at 12 noon every week day to re- mind /■ vail Christian peoples to pray, wherever '■ they may be at' the time,-for. the establishment of God's Kingdom here on earth, for the maintenance of '"Christian principles, for statesmen/leaders', and members of all nations, in- cluding those at present hostile to us, and for the members of the armed services, especially for the wounded and the dying. As the ringing of the bell' will coincide with the sounding of the several fire sirens of the borough, the opportunity is presented to all persons to join in this practice prayer for the "world's need. Mr. Winhall stated that his estimate of the value of prayer, both in times of stress andan times of peace, is well expressed by the poet, Tennyson, i...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

Leader.

THE GEANGE CARRYING CO. LTD. WHOLESALE DEALERS & CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76. Wgton. 42-044

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 ©lis Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUT!

No. 41.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1939.

YOU. I.

x vat the G.P.0., Welling- ton %is^a?n^

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UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.

The meeting- of the Upper Hutt Women's Institute which was held on October 3rd, was very- well attended, Mrs. Spencer, President, being in the chair. Mrs. Gorrie and Mrs. Beech were chosen as delegates to the group meeting. During the afternoon, -Mrs. Hannibal demonstrated the mak- ing of loose covers. The demon stration was very .much appreciat- ed and she was presented with a posy. - . . The final arrangements' for the Institute's birthday party which is'to be held oii October 12th were made. The winners of the competitions were:—Cookery, Mrs. Morley, 1; Mrs. Williams, 2. General, Mrs. DEws, 1; Mrs.-Braid, 2. Thrift, Mrs. Marshall. Best flower, Mrs. Gorrie. A dainty afternoon tea was served by the hostesses.

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ENTERTAINING THE SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

ENTERTAINING THE SOLDIERS.

The Social Sub-Committee met on Morday evening last to go into ways and means of how best to look after the troops when in the Upper Hutt. The Committee decided to open up the R.S.A. Rooms, commencing on-Sunday next and an appeal is made for lady helpers who would be prepared to assist during week-ends. The Secretary of the Commit- tee, Mr. W. A. MeNab, of Te Marua, will be pleased to accept the names of ladies willing to help. The Committee further decided that after this week-end the rooms will be opened for the soldiers on Friday evenings, .Saturday after- noon's and evenings, also Sunday afternoons and- evenings. „. Indoor games and magazines will be welcomed by the Commit- *- tee.

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THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?

(By the Listener.)

THAT there must be some guilty consciences in Upper Hurt, as quite a number of the male sex are enquiring how we knew about the "hat" Incident.

THAT Councillor Poison must have had a surprise on Sunday evening last. .

THAT members of Class 11., National Reserve,' are reminded that there is a parade to-night.

THAT the soldiers at Trentham Camp will find rest rooms in the three centres, Silverstream, Treri- tham and Upper Hutt on Sun-. days, where there will be a cup of -

tea provided at a nominal charge

. THAT the Upper Hutt Bowl- ing, Croquet, and Tennis Club will be officially opened on Sat- urday afternoon next.

THAT we are given to . under- stand that the cricket pitches will be available at Maidstone Park the first Saturday in November.

THAT the notice of motion re- scinding the previous" motion pass- ed at the Council for a Bird Aviary was defeated at the Coun- cil meeting on Thu...

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J. STRINGER [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

J. STRINGER

WOOD, COAL & COKE MERCHANT. SAND & GRAVEL CARRYING. Main Road SH^RSTRE^M

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WAR EMERGENCY COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

WAR EMERGENCY COMMITTEE.

/THE Accommodation Sub-Com- mittee is anxious to get in touch with Householders who aro ■willing to billet relatives of sol- diers in Trentham Camp, for shorf yisits limited to two .nights, at a small fixed charge; also'for. longer periods at boarding-house rates. Mealse write or telephone early to —MRS. HUNTER, , Golf , Road. Heretaunga.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

F. JACKSON UPPER HUTT MILK BAR. TIP-TOP ICE CREAM. 3d. & 6d. Cartons to take home. Finest quality Soda fountain drinks. All flavours. Tea, Coffee or Cocoa and Biscuits or toast. Wayside Cabaret, Trentham (Under new management.) Dance every Saturday night, Commencing Sat. next, 14 Oct, 19 39. Excellent Orchestra — Supper. Novelties — Good Prizes. Gents 2/6. Ladies 1/6

TRENTHAM SCHOOL COMMITTEE. SOO CARD EVENING Commencing MONDAY October 16th and Every Monday After Good Prizes Good Supper SUBSCRIPTION Is.

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