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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PMRT¥ (Upper Hutt Branch.) ANNUAL DANCE Labour Night — October 2Brli MAJESTIC THEATRE, UPPER HffiTT HARRY AVERY ORCHESTRA. 8 P.M. to 1 A.M. SUBSCRIPTIOiN:- 2/6.

DON'T FORGET HOME & SCHOOL ASSOCIATION POPULAR DANCE SATURDAY RECORD HALL. ■1/6 ADMISSION 1/6 TIP TOP ORCHESTRA

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

. BRAND" Cooked Ham, Liincheon, Sausages, Bacon, etc./ kept in latest Shel- vador Refrigerator. /Phone 134 M. "We Deliver. I). CLYDE MAIN ROAD WOOD AND COAL YARD R. ;C. H. ASKEiW 'Phone 375. —-■' Main Road. Carbonettes, Coke, Screened Coal. The best in firewood requirements. SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE. Another Grand Dance IN THE SOCIAL HALL, SILVERSTREAM ■■■■■"'■- ON ttI%DNESbAT, OCTOBER 25th, 1939 ■Norm. Croft's Orchestra. , . Excellent Supper. ; _--.Admission': Gents 2/-, Ladies 1/6. Bus leaves Upper Hutt P.O. 8 p.m. C. HANNIBAL, Hon. Sec. TRENTHAM SCHOOL COMMITTEE. GRAND DANCE Howell's Hall. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18th. Painty Supper. Good Music. 'Gents 2/-. Ladies 1/6.

Silverstream Social Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT. (HIA^ Good Music. Good Supper. Excellent Orchestra. Bus leaves Upper Hutt at 8 p.m. D. A. JACKSON, Hon. Secretary. T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD TrPPERHUTT. One Quality Only , THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fi...

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FREE AMBULANCE BENEFIT DANCE ON LABOUR NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

FREE AMBULANCE

BENEFIT DANCE ON LABOUR NIGHT.

In response to a request from the Superintendent of the Well- ington Free Ambulance, the ladies of the various Women's Organisa- tions of the Heretaunga and Man- garoa Ridings and of the Upper Hutt Borough have" combined to arrange a Benefit Dance in aid of the funds of that excellent insti- tution which had, up "to the end of August, 1939, handled 109,542' cases and travelled 977,776 males rendering free service to all who required it within the x Wellington Hospital District at any hour of the day or night, on week-ends, Sundays and holidays, free of - charge. , \ In our issue of July 6th, ;we. published particulars of the ser- vices rendered to the residents of the Borough. During the eight years* 1931 to 1939, 1736 patients were removed from the Borough area at a cost of £4,351/5/0, an average of £2/10/2 per case and"a ■a • fatal ■ of

69,620 miles travelled by the am- bulances conveying these eases free of charges. ...

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

CRICKET.

Over thirty members of the Upper: Hutt Cricket Club assemb-

led at Maidstone Park last Satur- day, when, a combined, practice was held. A match could not be s.; held, as the-wickets were under a top-dressing treatment, but, nev- ertheless, the local enthusiasts enjoyed the opportunity to "get their eye in."- Amongst the newcomers to the cricket ranks this year are a num- ber of old/ faces:—" Pat Hunter, "Sol" Keegan, I. Allardyce, "Tubby" Wilson, F. Kurth, and others. A hearty welcome is ex- tended to these past.stalwarts of Upper Hutt Cricket. ' The services of Mr. I. D. Allar- dyce as coach and selector will be of inestimable value to the club, and the club is indeed for- tunate in securing his assistance. Mr. Allardyce, • in former days, gained the distinction of repre- senting both Canterbury and Wellington in Plunket Shield cricket. Mr. J. Haydon is, also anx ex-representative player- and the club welcomes him both from a playing and from a coaching point o...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

MISS AGNES BERLEI ■■• "'■■'^ Corsetiere from Berlei House, Auckland \MJ. A--'^» - * .Herefrom ■.'..;. Ajl '/M'. \ OCTOBER 16th till OCTOBER 20th V \ " 1702— An ideal "all-in-one" giving the* smooth hips ,sJxm ■■.... Fashions are born, but figures are made to-day—by the waist an d,youthful bust essential for today s styles, common-sense control and comfort of a True-to-Type and useful for present wear because o± its Berlei, styled for the latest overseas trends and fitted by low back with the slickly-closing centre talon. In an expert like Miss Berlei! -: X tea-rose figured batiste, with lastretch hip panels ; ; . and a lace bust. For the No. 1 fitting. , Whether you want a personal fitting or just advice on Price 33/6 d. somefigure problem that's been troublingyou, you 11 ™d ■ r . her so friendly and helpful—and of course she s a skilled *^o&x& &z^^ surgical and matern% corsetiere | REMEMBER--All Advice and Fittings Free— | She/he in big book your appointment | Sur gi ca...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

GARDEN PARTY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 2.30 p.m. To be conducted by the Methodist Church at the residence of Mi 1 and Mrs Doig, Martin Street, if wet at Druid's Hall. Stalls—Side Shows— Competitions- Maypole and Folk Dancing. For. Children —Decorated Bicycle, Tricycle and Doll's Pram Classes. ALIi COME. Admission by Silver Coin Collection. QILIENTS waiting to Purchase, New Bungalow Trentham,-£3OO de- posit; also New Bungalow Wallace- ville. Particulars to Williams, opp. Station, WALL ACE VILLE, mo LET Up-to-date House, 5 rms. Akatarawa, or sell cash over mortgage. Vacant. Apply OwherV 56 McLean Street, Upper Hutt,

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AN ENJOYABLE OUTING FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

AN ENJOYABLE OUTING FOR SATURDAY AFTERNOON.

From our advertising columns, readers will learn with general interest that a garden party, to be conducted by the local Methodist Church, will be held on Saturday afternoon next at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Doig, in Martin Street. • ■ , Visitors at this function will be afforded an opportunity of meet- ing their friends, and sharing with them an afternoon's enjoy- ment so varied in character that it will appeal to everybody. In addition to the stalls at "which goods of various kinds will be on sale,- there will be side-shows and competitive events, and a display of maypole and folk-dancing. Children are invited to. enter for the decorated bicycle, tricycle, or dolls pram competitions. Afternoon tea and ice-cream will be obtainable. The Church officials invite the public to avail themselves of the opportunity to spend an enjoy- able afternoon in pleasant sur- roundings. The official opening, which will be performed by the Rev. H....

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SILVERSTREAM DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

SILVERSTREAM DANCE.

The Silverstream Fire Brigade's recent dance was such a great suc- cess that the Committee has de- cided to repeat the dose on [Wed- nesday, 'October '25th. Dancers throughout the district can be as- sured, of an excellent evening, so remember the date.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

MAJESTIC SATURDAY 8 P IVf • ROfPUOLAR DOUBLE FEIATUKEI PKOiaEA)MME. ] (1) JACKIE COOPER WENDY BARRIE j EST | NEWS BOYS HOME j the heart tugging drama of the ISTewsboy whose yell j on the street drowns the ache inside. - .. ■ (2) WALLABY JIM OF THE ISLANDS , 1 WITH 1 GEORGE HOUSTON MAMO CLARK ! (of Mutiny on the Bounty) ! , Adventure on the high seas—A reef where a fortune s in Pearls lay'hidden—was the prize for which he ; battled Pirates on the Tropical Sea. I

CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TRINITY XIX. Trentham.—ll a.m., Litany and H;C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Avery);. Upper Hutt.—B a.m., H.C.| 7 p.m., Evensong; (Mr. Bryant). Silverstream. —7 p.m., Even- song (Vicar). Akatarawa.—9>.3o a.m v ., HLC; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Tomlin). Tuesday, 7.45 p.,m. at St. John's, C.E.M.S. ; v V Rev. N. E. iWINHALL, v Vicar. METHODIST CHURCH. 11.0 .a.m.—7.0 p.m., Sister Edith Beer.•:■ / 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15th. 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. Mr....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

British Bible Society UPPER HUTT BRANCH. rpHE Annual Meeting will be held - in the Plunket Rooms, Upper Hutt, on Tuesday,-17th October at 2.30 p.m. Come and bring a friend. Speaker: Mrs. Violet Wakelin. -Organising Secretary for Wellington District. E. BALCOMBE BROWN, Hon. Secretary. KINDLY NOTE 'CHANGE OF DATE. , GRAND CONCERT IN AID OP THE .■• LOCAL RIFJD CROSS FUNDS AT THE ■','".,"'. MAJESTIC THEATRE, ' THURSDAY, OCT. 26th, 8 p.m. Organised by Miss Edna Gorrie. Wellington and Lower Hutt Profess- ional Artists and Local Talent. Prices: 2/- and 1/6. Children Half Price. JT«OR SALE—"Hillman Minx" car. Apply Miss Dickson, c/o Mrs John, Elm St., Upper Hutt.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

| FRIDAY 8 P.M. FRIDAY 8 P.M. § j POPULAR PRICE NIGHT | | Splendid Double Feature Programme | I Hopalong Rides Again g I "Hoppy" and "Windy" are back again in their 8 \ latest and most thrilling adventure. § j SILVER ON THE SAGE J \ WITH g \ WILLIAM BOYD RUSSELL HAYDEN % I The Outlaws wanted him on their side .. . The Law p I wanted his pals for murder: Which would he choose % a I The hero of a hundred thrill round-ups is back in § 1 hisbest. § j (2) The Prize Laughter Picture of thelYear. | ! SUDDEN MONEY i ? ■ ..— ——■ , ——*-, » \ CHARLES RUGGLES MARJORIE RAMBEAU § \ The hilarious history of a Sweepstakes Millionaire I \ who won a barrelful of dough—ancfWoe! B { You'll laugh: till you're ill at this Happy Comedy! 8' \ BOYS SATURDAY MATINEE 1.45 p.m. GIRLS .| i Another of our Mighty Double Feature Matinees. § ! Ist— Jackie Cooper and the Little Tough Guys | L in % fNEWS BOYS HOME J \ 2nd—Charlie McCarthy in "The Goldwyh Follies" g | 3rd—Exciting Chapter of"The Radio Patrol" g j 8 P....

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A Visit to the Camp HIVE OF INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

A Visit to the Camp

HIVE OF INDUSTRY.

Huts, huts, huts and still more huts was the sight that greeted the writer and his party when they visited Trentham Camp last week. . '■.-:....■.• Everywhere one went build- ings were being erected and to think only that a few weeks ago there were nothing but green- pad- docks where now stands the new camp, truly.a wonderful achieve- ment on the part of the Minister of Public "Works, his magnificent staff of workers and keymen. As we strolled along quietly, taking a glimpse at. everything, our minds went back to 1915-18, when we were under similar cir- cumstances. There was the Quar- ter-Master Stores going for their lives issuing clothing and blan- kets ; further along we struck the dry canteen (note we did not say wet), and my word that was a busy spot, }but the "digger" 'n charge knew his job and the troops were well catered for. The next place of interest was one of the new cook houses. The smell of cooking drew us inside. Everyt...

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LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

LOCAL & GENERAL.

Capt. Murray, who :for x the past ■:..: -• eighteen months has been: Office- r■ ;.? in-Charge of the Upper Hutt; Sal- vation Army, left for the South Island last evening on account of ill-health. " l- ■ Whilst in the district* Miss , Murray took an active and helpful interest in the affairs of the Bor- ough, and her many friends' will, regret her departure. Previous to Capt. Murray ? s de- parture, she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jefcoate; Palmer Cres- cent, Heretaunga.

As advertised in this issue, the - Upper Hutt Branch of the Lab- our Party are holding their An- nual Dance on Labour Day night, and patrons are assured of a right royal time with all kind of hovel-: ties.

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PATRIOTIC RELATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

PATRIOTIC RELATIONS.

By Order in Council, published in the New Zealand Gazette, dated 4th October, 1939, the Government has establish "The Patriotic Pur- poses Emergency Regulations, 1939,"- and concerning which the following, brief summary is given. 1 The Regulations are divided into six parts and deal with — (1) National .Organisation; (2) Provincial Patriotic Districts and Organisations; (4) . National Patriotic Fund and Board; (4) Provincial Patriotic Funds; (5) Patriotic Purposes and Authoris- ed Collectors and (6) General. It.is provided that save pur- suant to airy exemption granted under specific clauses of the regu- lations, it shall not be lawful for any person to establish any patriotic fund except the National Patriotic Fund and the Provincial Patriotic 'Fund established by the regulations. The administration of the regulations is to be carried out by the Minister of Internal Affairs and provides for the establishment of an advisory .Council to be called "The Natio...

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REST ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

REST ROOMS.

An appeal is made to residents - : of the district to assist in turn- " ishing the Rest Rooms which are being opened up for the soldiers at Upper Hutt and 'Silverstream. Any chairs/ or furnishings will be gratefully accepted by either of the - .Committees.'.;.; . '.■■',.'•

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

PERSONAL.

the Rev. C. E. Hyde, Vicar of iWairoa, / has. been, appointed Clurch of England, Chaplain to the Special Force at Trentham: _ Mr. Hyde is the.brother-in-law of theßev. N. E. Winhall. Mr. "W. P. Casey, of the Rail- way Department, was a visitor to the Upper : Hutt during the* past; - week.-

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ANGLICAN-GIRLS' BIBLE CLASS UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

ANGLICAN-GIRLS' BIBLE CLASS UNION.

The Wellington Committee of the Anglican Girls' Bible Class Union are holding a week-end • camp at St. John's, Trentham, during the Labour Day week-end, Otcober; 21st—23rd. It is antici- pated that about forty girls will be in jcamp.

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PLEASURE PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

PLEASURE PIE.

On Thursday evening last, mem- bers of the Upper Hutt Amateur Dramatic Society held a very, successful variety entertainment, in the St. Joseph's Orphan- age. The Majestic Theatre was com- fortably "filled by the audience..and thanks is due to members of the Association and others who assist- in putting on such :a show. r The class of entertainment was clean and witty and was well re- ceived by the audience. ■The profits from the entertain- ment will be placed a special Christmas Cheer Fund for the Or- phanage. Following was the programme produced:— : Burlesque sketch, " The Detec- tive Agency," members; vocal Gordon Morley; comedy in- terlude, members; Russian dance,-' Ddreeh Askew; rhythm boys (Hill Billies); melodrama, '' To "Whom 'Dries it Belong, members; *' Cupid Calling" cross talk, members; tap dance numbers, Bobby Mc- Rae; hypnotic burlesque, s 'Profes- sor iSardirii' members; "Oh Law" sketch comedy, members; "Sailor's Hornpipe" Doreen Askew; vocal solos...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939

LOCAL AND GENERAL.

We have been officially notified that Mr. S. Bason, Treasurer of the Local R.S.A., has joined the JPorces, and: will go into Trentham :Cam,p on .Monday next. Mr. Bason attached to the hospital in the camp in an official capacity. - : Residents of the district are specially invited to take a walk along Sinclair Street, and see what some enthusiasts can do to make their street attractive. Mrs. Price and daughter, during the past week have been busy plant- ing birch trees in that street and great "credit is due to them for ■taking such pride in their town. At twelve noon each day the bells of St;-David's and St. John's Churches will be run to call people to prayer. It has always "been recognised that in the conflict of life, prayer is of the greatest im- portance rand the larger the issue need for prayer. Very forcibly -this applies' to the grave , international conflicts of , to-day and the truest patriot is he who prays best. Let us riot be found wanting when...

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

Printed by the Upper Hutt Print- ing Co., Princes Street; Upper Hutt, and published; by Ralph Hilton Asniord. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1939.

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