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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 October 1939
LABOUR NIGKT BENEFIT DANCE in aid of FREE AMBULANCE. Arranged by the combined Women's organisations of the Upper Hutt Borough and of Heretaunga and Mangaroa Ridings of Hutt County. llonday, 23 October at 8 p.m. RECORD HALL Best Moor in Hutt Valley. .•'>■- Tip Top Music. Good Prizes and Good Supper. Admission: Two Shillings. Help this excellent public service :'■" which is available day and night FREE OF CHARGE. <' '
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
THE GEANGE CARRYING CO. LTD. WHOLESALE DEALERS & CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks.. Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76. Wgton. 43-044.
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 Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. - UPPER HUTT.
THURSDAY, OCTOOBEIR 19th, 1939.
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THEY SAY-WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
THEY SAY-WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the Listener.)
THAT even the Town Clerk was interested in the "hat" incident. THAT Councillor Rendle has another site up his sleeve for an extra water supply. THAT if proved successful 'it may be the means of closing the dam for cleaning and- alterations. THAT residents in the district had the privilege on Friday last of seeing the troops from Trentham 'Camp on the march. THAT mo st favourable comment was heard on all sides of our sol- dier boys. * ■ THAT the old favourites sung on the march by the boys, such- as "Pack Up 'Your Troubles," "Long, Long Trail," etc., brought back memories of over 20 years ago. THAT our good wishes go out to these boys wherever they may have to go. THAT the new motor mower on the Park is'distinctly an asset arid the Superintendent will have an opportunity of preparing good wickets for the coming cricket season.
THAT the Clubs playing on the Park this season will find a mark- ed improvement. THAT Upper Hut...
LOCAL MEN IN THE SPECIAL FORCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
LOCAL MEN IN THE SPECIAL FORCE.
. We shall be pleased from time ;to,time to publish the nams of any local citizens who -join up with the Special Force. To that purpose -parents or relations can assist by notifying us. At present we have the follow- ing" names of those already in camp- H: Alexander, R. Christie; D. Harper, G> McEegney, J. For- mosa, J. Milliganj a,nd S. Bason,
CLASS II RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
CLASS II RESERVES.
Members of Class II Reserve (returned soldiers) ; have " com-' menced training and the 40 odd members under the command of Mr. A. Perrett are making exce£ lent headway. :• On Thursday evening last ths , Platoon was divided up into sec- tionsi under section commanders and from now on will;settle down! to serious training. * ' ■ n
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
F. JACKSON UPPER HUTT MILK BAR. TIP-TOP ICE CREAM. 3d. & 6d. Cartons to. take home. Special Grade Eggs 1/9 d°z. Tea, Coffee or Cocoa and Biscuits or toast? Good Range of High-Class Confectionery in Stock. Wayside Cabaret, Trentham (Under new management.) Dance* every Saturday night, 'Excellent Orchestra — Supper. Novelties— Good Prizes.. Gents 2/6. Ladies 1/6 J. STRINGER WOOD, COAL & COKE MERCHANT. "" SAND. & GRAVEL CARRYING- Main Road SILVERSTREAM UPPER HUTT BOWLING, CROQUET AND TENNIS CLUB. The Clerk of the Weather was, kind in that he held off the rain till the season was duly declared open last Saturday.. Speakers for jthe occasion- were Mr Ben. Ro- berts, M.P., Mr J. Brown, Presi- dent and His Worship the Mayor. Mr Roberts threw up the kitty and Miss E. J. Smith delivered . the first bowl, the green then being de- clared open. The tennis and cro- quet sections likewise commenc- ed play. Three full rinks of bowl- ers held enjoyable friendly match- es for- the rest of...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
"SWAN BRAND" Cooked Ham, Luncheon, Brawn, Sausages, Bacon, etc., kept, in latest Shel- vador Refrigerator. 'Phone 134 M. We Deliver. D. CLYDE MAIN ROAD WOOD AND COAL .YARD R. C. H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. — Main Road. Carbonettes, Coke, Screened. Coal. The best in firewood requirements. SILVERSTREAM FERE BRIGADE. Another Grand Dance IN THE SOCIAL HALL, SILVERSTREAM ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 1939 Norm. Croft's Orchestra. . Excellent Supper. Admission: Gents. 2/-, Ladies 1/6. Bus leaves Upper Hutt P.Q. 8 p.m. C. HANNIBAL, Hon. Sec. GRAND DANCE —To Entertain Soldiers. — SILVERSTREAM HALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Ist/ 8 p.m. . Ladies 1/6 Gentlemen 2/- •Grood Orchestra. Home-made Supper. WAR. EMERGENCY COMMITTEE.^ THE Accommodation Sub-Com- mittee is anxious to get in t touch*~with. Householders who are willing to billet relatives of sol- diers in Trentham Camp, for short visits limited to two nights, at a small fixed charge; also for longer periods at boarding-house rates. Please write or telep...
MARK TWAIN ON ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
MARK TWAIN ON ADVERTISING.
When Mark Twain was editor of a country paper 'in Missouri, he re- ceived a letter from-a shopkeeper in the town. The merchant stated that he had found a spider between the pages of the previous day's issue.' He wanted to know whether the find was a good or bad omen. - Mark Twain, who knew that the merchant was one of several in the town who refused to advertise in his paper, replied to his correspond- ent as follows: — "To discover a spider' in one's newspaper is neither a good nor an evil omen. The said spider merely perambulates through the pages of our journal in order to discover which of the merchants of our town does not advertise his goods in our pages. Having discovered such an unbusinesslike person, our spider ;at once scuttles td_Jiis~.shQp and pro- ceeds to spin a web across the door, so that it may be-certain of finding a home where it is unlikely to be disturbed." — Politiken Magasinet (Copenhagen).
FREE AMBULANCE MATTERS. BENEFIT DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
FREE AMBULANCE MATTERS.
The Combined Women's Organ- isations' Executive which is hold- ing a Labour Day benefit in the Record Hall, on .Monday evening has obtained a permit to hold a euchre tournament for those who desire to assist but who do not, dance. As will be seen in our advertising columns the charges will be for the dance, 8 p.m. to 1 a.m., 2/-, and for the euchre tournament, 1/6, both include supper. A full attendance of the execu- tive is' desired at its meeting to- morrow (Friday) night at 7.30 p.m., when reports of donations of cash or supplies will be presented and final arrangements for the dance and euchre tournament com- pleted.
MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
At the monthly meeting held this morning at the Free Ambu- lance Station, Wellington, the returns for September showed that 1035 eases w£re handled in that month, of which 130 were accidents; as compared with 1202 cases and 151 accidents in Sep- tember, 1938. 9937 miles were travelled in September as com- pared with 8942 in .September, 1938. The service handled 110,577 cases since its commencement and travelled 987,713 miles—the mil- lion miles mark should be passed before the middle of November if the present average mileage i is continued.
UPPER HUTT HOME & SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
UPPER HUTT HOME & SCHOOL ASSOCIATION.
A general meeting of members was held in the Record Hall on Monday evening, Mr. W. Howe, President, in the chair, there be- ing but few absentees. The Dance Committee that the change from school-room functions to the Record Hall had proved satisfactory financially and in every other way. Acknowledge, ment was made of help given to the committee by' Mrs W. Gorrie • and Messrs. W. Gorrie,-, C. A. Rendle, A. Speers, T. Spencer, and C. R. Stroud. It was decided to ask School Committee members to volunteer for occasional duty in order that a rota might be ar- ranged. The treasurer reported no ac- counts were outstanding and that after meeting unpresented cheques of the previous financial year . (-£3/12/-), and donating a guinea to the Otaki Children's. Health Camp Executive ,thefe remained a credit balance in the Bank of Australasia of £27/8/-, in. addition to which • the Secretary held a Dance Committee imprest of £5, and dance profits to ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
Mcdonald's FRUIT STORE MAIN ROAD, UPPER HUTT. u The shop where a friendly interest prevails — where a little, extra service and attention is given freely and cheerfully—and we also know you'll be 100% satisfied with everything you buy here. Fresh supplies daily. We solicit your patronage. Delivery to Heretaunga, Trentham, Silverstream, Wed- nesdays and Fridays; Akatarawa, Mangaroa, Whiteman's Valley, Tuesdays. Any request at shop for Van to call will have our immediate attention.
DRESSMAKING. gEACH Frocks, Play Suits, House Coats, Smocks. Own patterns and fitting from 5/-. Children dheaper.' MRS H. POLSON, 9 Wood Street. LOST, Gold Mounted - Umbrella. Please .return Mr. F. Smith, Seddon Street, Upper Hutt. Reward. FOR .SALE, One Dropside Cot, wire wove' and soft mattress. Price 15/-. Apply 9 Wood Street, Upper Hutt. JTOR SALE, Small House and " Motor Garage, situated in Upper Hutt. Apply ""Leader."
DANCE AT SILVER- STREAM. The Silverstream Committee re- sponsible for ent...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TRINTY XX. Trentham: 8 a.m., Holy Com- munion; 7 p.m., Evenong (Vicar). Upper Hutt: 11 a.m., Youth Ral- ly Service; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr Snell). Silverstream: 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr Mason). - Akatarawa: 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr Finlay). Sunday, 29th October, at Upper Hutt, 7 p.m., Service for men. Rev. N;' E. Winhall, Vicar. METHODIST CHURCH. 11 a.nu," Mr H. Gardner • 7 p.m., » Mr F. Charppell. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. 2.30 p.m., Sunday School; 3 p.m., address to Christians. Speak- er v Mr Menzies. SPECIAL MEETINGS. Prophetic addresss will, D.V., be continued as under by Mr George Menzies, of Napier:— • Sunday, 7 p.m., Bright Gospel Service, "The Judgment of the Great (White Throne." Come » early and enjoy the song service. Tuesday, 24th: "The Problem, of Palestine Between Jew and ,£ Arab." — ~* Wednesday, 25th: "The 1000 Years' Reign of Christ on the Earth." - Come and hear these subjects of interest and vital importance dis- cussed. All heartily invited...
METHODIST CHURCH FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
METHODIST CHURCH FAIR.
Everyone connected witn xntr Methodist Church Fair held on. - Saturday afternoon last, feels very jubilant ■ over its wonderful success, Sister Edith Beer being? particularly impressed with the; co-operation of all sections of the Church.- Rev. H. T. Peat, of Lower Hutt;. opened the Fair with a happy speech, congratulating Sister Edith and her members on the magnifi- cent display. Owing to the unfavourable-, weather the Fair was transferred from the grounds of Mr and Mrs Doig to the Druids* Hall where the stalls with their various wares were on display. The parade of decorated prams, tricycles and bikes proved a great attraction. The Maypole with its array of splendid colours was per- . formed by the younger members of the Church and brought forth rounds of applause from the audience. • . The Methodist Ladies' Guild wishes to thank all the kind friends who helped to make the venture such a financial success, over £19- being raised. During the" afternoon ...
TRENTHAM SCHOOL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
TRENTHAM SCHOOL DANCE.
The last but one of a series of dances run .by the Trentham School Committee was held at Howell's Hall last evening, there being a large number of dancers present. The Excelsior Dance Band °pro • vided the music and Mr T. Chap- man was the popular M.C. As mentioned before these dances are held to raise to take the whole of the school child- ren to-the Centennial Exhibition. ~ x The final dance will be held in November and parents and friends nre asked to see that this eclipses' -ill previous efforts. Don't forget the more money the Committee receives from these dances the better time the children will have at the Exhibition.
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
SEVENTH BIRTHDAY PARTY. A very enjoyable evening was spent by the" members of the Up- per: Hutt Women te Institute on the their seventh birth- day, ; held; at the Record Hall on Thursday evening last.' Vases of spring blooms and Kowhai form- ed the decorations. ; The President of the Branchy Mrs T. Spencer, welcomed the vis- itors. Games arid dancing was the order of the evening. Miss Fay Baigent and Master Billie Stott were the lucky winners of the Monte Carlo and Mrs A: R. Jones won the Partner Competition. A dainty supper was served by the members; lafter which the birthday cake was produced. Mrs / McCurdy lit the candles and Mrs Adams, the latest member of the Institute, had the honour, of blowing : > them, out. Mrs Boyer, Wainui-o-mata, cut the cake which was distributed among all pre- sent. -^ : :■...'-'' : -" : ■■.' •'■" During the evening a play was staged by the Drama Circle en- titled ■-' "Bathos V (yrtritten by .Mrs Irwin), those tak...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
1 FRIDAY 8 P.M. FRIDAY 8 P.M. j | POPULAR PRICE NIGHT j 3 Excellent Entertainment for all. -. \ g First Attraction oh this Fine Programme: \ | JOE LOUIS v. TONY GALENTO 1 | Thrilling Scenes from this Great Fight i | Then Direct from its Wellington -Success— \ | fe JOE BROWN j I IN I S Flirting With Fate \ g You will yell with mirth as Joe with his heart m his | I mouth and his mouth wide-open— with Ban- g, dits and Flirts with Fate. | S Superb Supporting Programme includes— I | Pete Smith Oddity — Crime Does Not Pay — <; | M.G.M. Cartoon — - | I And don't forget Friday's Price All Stalls 1/-, % g Children 6d. . ' I 1 1.45 p.m. SATURDAY MATINEE 1.45 p.m. g I Another of our Super Double Feature Matinees. g I (1) Joe Brown in "FLIRTING WITH FATE" 1 1 (2) Eleanor Powell iii "HONOLULU." | | (3) Exciting Chapter of "RADIO PATROL" | I 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. g I MONDAY g B ELEANOR POWELL ROBERT YOUNG | I GRACIE ALLEN GEORGE BURNS § i ■>• a % The world's greatest Dancer sets a new pace...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 October 1939
MAJESTIC 8 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. Popular Double-Feature Programme. (1) JAMES CAGNEY -IN . . SOMETHING TO SING ABOUT A new James Oagncy ... The Screen's lovable tough guy returns to the screen. A sensational with nis dancing feet... A bombshell with his fighting fists. Also iSbreening "THE MYSTERY OF THE WHITE ROOM" Starring - BRUCE CABOT HELEN MACK Lights Go Out — Dagger Strikes. The most exciting Crime ;Club mystery thriller that ever chilled a spine. *
KINDLY NOTE CHANGE OF DATE GRAND CONCERT IN AID OF THE LOCAL RED CROSS FUNDS AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE, THURSDAY, OCT. 26th, 8 p.m. Organised hy Miss Edna Gorrie. Wellington and Lower Hutt Profess- ional Artists and Local Talent. Prices: 2/-and 1/6. Children Half Price. DON'T FORGET HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION POPULAR DANCE EVERY SATURDAY — RECORD HALL 1/6 — ADMISSION — 1/6 TIP TOP ORCHESTRA.
SORTERS' CLUB ROOMS. On Sunday last the club room* •were op ened for th c sol di ers at Silyerstream. Howell's Hall and the R.S.A. Ro...