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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 26 October 1939
COMING EVENTS. St. Hilda's Annual Bazaar, Oc- tober 28th. Y. Men's '.:'.' Service, St. ,Hilda ' 3 Church, Upper Hutt; October 29th, 7 p.m. ■: \ ■ : Dance at Silverstream, Novem- ber Ist; , v St. David's Presbyterian Church Sale:: of iWork.—Saturday, 4th No- vember. v Silverstream Social Club Dance every; Saturday night. R.S.A. Card Party, every Tues- :. day/ .' ~ :- ::: -r ■/.";_. Every Hutt School Dance at Record. Hall, v : ; ' .. / .OF SILVERSTREAM':""' visit : • LANCASTER'^ ■'.'•■'■.-..■.: : . STORE FOR TOXJIt REQUIREMENTS. WE DELIVER. Agents for Daily and Weekly Papers including ..The "Leader."
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
COMING NEXT WEEK A CHRISTMAS CAROL
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars, lattery Charging. Ace. Welding Break Dow,. ; : :; ; •: Repairs to.all make- <■. Tyres and Oils bto.. 'hone 40 M. U.rl :-■
THE GEANGE CARRYING GO. LTD. WHOLESALE, DEALERS & - CARRIERS. . Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, 1 Cement and Bricks S.upplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No, 76. Wgton. 42-044.
T[EITT&SGI}AY, FOfVEfIVCBEK. 2nd, 1939.
Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper.
THEY SAY? THEY SAY—WHAT DO [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
THEY SAY? THEY SAY—WHAT DO
(By the Listener.)
THAT one well-known l&£y is anxious to find out if there isi any connection with Quinn's Post and the Dionne Quintuplets. .
THAT Mayor JY Andrews, of Lower Hutt, blew .in to the ;G6un- cil Meeting on Thursday evening last. > ,
THAT like all good Scots, chose the right time (Supper).
THAT Upper Hutt Councillors were conspicious by their absence at the Exhibition Ball on Friday evening.
THAT we are given to iniderr stand that although the local body gave their mite towards the Ex- hibition,, no invitations were re- ceived by them.
THAT on reading the list of the Ladies' Committee, we found the names of the Mayoress of Lower Hutt, Eastbourne, Feath- erston, but NOT tipper Hutt ?
THAT the Deputy-Mayor was a little annoyed over the, snub, if it may be called that.
THAT the Council meetings are losing their kick, nothing worthwhile is brought up in open Council.
THAT Te Aroha h...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
MAYFAIR mfflWWßmj|[W)WjEkjWjK 31 • jSHR WEDNESDAY NOV, BTH s 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. - Wayside Cabaret, Trentham (Under new management.) Dance every Saturday night, .Excellent Orchestra —— Supper. Novelties — Good Prizes. Gents 2/6. Ladies 1/6 A LANTERN LECTURE "HOW. WE GOT OUR ENGLISH BIBLE" will be given by the REV. E. O. BLA- MIRES, General Secretary of the N.Z. Bible in Schools League. ST. HILDA'S HALL, UPPER HUTT, , THURSDAY, 9th NOV., 8 p.m. Collection. All interested invited. REV. N. E. WINHALL, Local Convener.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
HAZELWOOD'S DEPARTMENT STORES clothing bills - with CESARINE. . - / CESARINE gives longer ser- g vice and permanent colour s\/ § beauty, yet costs only 1/11 ■ ■/■ yard.-; - Obtainable everywhere. CESARINE "The Wonder Cloth" A CiESAR Fabric . . . 36 inches wide '/■■■^\''■■W!e'vHave : -... 10Q| Patterns SELECT FROM Patterns for Every Requirements For KIE>DIES TOGS
PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT 'T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM.
-»-♦-»-»■*-»-»♦♦ ♦♦»»♦•»»♦» ♦ ..♦-♦ * • »»♦»♦♦»»»♦»»♦♦»♦» »5- ---•;'*" N.Z. LABOUR PARTY (Upper Hutt Branch.) The ordinary monthly meeting of the above organisa- tion will take place in St. Hilda's Hall, Rosenberg St., "Upper Hutt to-morrow, Friday, 3rd November, 1939 at 8 p.m. T^i • BTODsrEISS: .' (A) To receive individual, remits for consideration at next Annual Conference. (B) To receive nominations for National Officers. (0) General. Mr. Ben. Roberts,, M.P. for Wairarapa will attend and addr...
LOCAL COUNCIL AND WATER SUPPLY. OWN SYSTEM REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
LOCAL COUNCIL AND WATER SUPPLY.
OWN SYSTEM REQUIRED.
The opinion of 'Councillors at Thursday evening's meeting of the Borough Council was- that the Borough must make its own ar- rangements for an • independent water supply, it being contended that there was little chance of the work of the Major scheme pro- ceeding in this.part of the. y alley. The Mayor stated that he had attended a. meeting that day in Wellington where it ? had only concerned itself about 'artesian water, and the major scheme sug- gested years ago; and of-which Uper Hutt paid a.yearly.contribu- tion to was not considered.' The idea of the Board was to vest all artesian water rights in the Well- ington City Council. Mr." Blew- man stated that• he : was- interest- ed in the major scheme but the meeting in -town was not interest- ed at, the present tune. The Mayor stated that he explained to the Board that Upper HutC was putting down another well to . supplant their ' present water supply. ■.■■•;•■■ Mr. B...
SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
SUNDAY NIGHT CONCERTS.
A letter received from the byterian Church re Sunday con- certs was read, asking -for* infor- mation -.of the. procedure : of such concerts and,, also if a set price was allowed to be charged. .'■•< Councillor Rendle -.suggested - that the Church" be supplied with the information' required, also
that such concerts are not allowed to commence until after 8 p.m. If Church could supply the Council with any definite contra- vention of the would go into the matter. Councillor Poison: If the Church have any charges to make, let them bring them, before the Councils' At present, it looks like they are trying .to make the Council the chopping block. It.was decided that the Town Clerk reply, giving the informa- tion required. '''" Councillor Rendle asked ' the Mayor; if it was understood that the whole- Council was the War Emergency Committee,'. and that the Council set up recently was the: Committee?: :Committee?: The Mayor,:" Thatas the regula- tions se...
OFFICERS' TRAINING MIT TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
OFFICERS' TRAINING MIT TRENTHAM.
of traiij- :ing at the Army School of Instruc- tion, Trentham, are .111 officer, cadets, who were,' recently select- ed from.men already in camp with the Special Force at Ngarua- wahiaV Burnham and Trentham. .They are being trained with the v object-of providing ah adequate! number of junior officers for the second and third echelons of the Special Force^ The official designation of the class is the "Advanced Training Comnanv." Tt is comprised of 73 men from the Rifle Battalion, 15 "from the Artillery, 12. from the Machine Gun Battalion, 9 from the Army Service Corps, and two engineers. The the officer-cadets are undersroinff is an intensive one. and their work does not end with field training. After their even- ing meal they attend lectures from 8 o'clock, and from 9 o'clock till lierhts-out at 11 o'clock they .spend in study in their huts. ,-.The artillery is heinec carried out by Captain P. Y. Williams, former! v of the Royal Artillery, assi...
DO YOU KNOW THIS RECIPE? GINGER NUTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
DO YOU KNOW THIS RECIPE?
lib. flour. 1 level teaspoonful bi- carbonate of soda,. 1 tea- spoonful -ground gingeai. " loz. treacle, 1 dessertsnoonfnl Demer- aru!sugar. 2ozs. fat. -' r Sift flour into basin with the ground ginger and. bi-carbonatc of soda. : ■.;:"■ ,->' Melt the fat, golden syrup, treacle and sugar together in -a. saucepan. ;v • y ' 1| I-Stir the mixture .into the flbtir and mix. all-these ingredients to- gether. •Divide the mixture into small portions and shane:„them into smooth balls. Place the balls on a. creased baking-sheet and. flatten them by ■pattins' "them with the fin.crers. Then bake the biscuits for about 10 minutes,
HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
"So, Tom :1s getting married? Are the banns up?" c "Oh, yes- no smoking, no drinking, no bet- ting." .-■.
Daughter: • But, daddy, why do you object to my becoming engag- ed? Is it my youth? Eather: Yes, he's hopeless!
: Son: What is -a financial gen- ius, father ? Father: A financial genius my hoy, is a man who can earn money quicker than his wife can spend it! .v.;...:-:: -~
/'.Your suit looks a disgrace this morning." -Yes, sir. You see its been lying '■ 0 h the floor all night." ''And : you mean to tell me your wife let it lie there all night?" -Yes, sir; I wasin.it."
Mrs. Brown: Now, I'll tell you what to do with "that cold, Mrs Green. Get a pen'orth of uker- liptus from the\chemist, put it in a jug of boilin-'< water, and ignore
The teacher, in health talk to her pupils, warned them never to kiss animals or birds. "Can you give ,me an instance of the dangers of this, Jackie?" she asked. • "Yes, / miss, my Aunt Alice used to kiss he...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
FOR SALE.—Three-piece chest- : erfield suite, clock with chimes, H.M.V. gramophone with pick-up, gramophone record cabi- net One easy chair books, pictures, 1 Perfection oil heater, 1 Reliance oil heater,- iron ter etc "' 3 fishin S r °ds. Apply •The Bines', Pine Avenue. . , DRESSMAKING Beach frocks, play suits, smocks house coats. Own patterns and ma- terials made up with one fitting Ladies from 5/-, children cheaper. ' MRS. H. POLSON v .9 WOOD STREET.
THE IDEAL GIFT FOR OVERSEAS. CHRISTMAS NUMBERS OF NEW ZEALAND ILLUSTRATED ANNUALS. REIADY FOR POSTING. • These splendid Annuals are always appreciated by • mends and business acquaintances Overseas. We shall be pleased to address and post them for you if you supply us with the names and addresses to which 'you wish copies sent. ' ' » New Zealand-Illustrated, the Christmas Number of the"Press. -~,........ . . * .. 2/- ' Tul's Annual ..:...........].... . ... "... .. 2/- "Auckland Weekly News n Ohristrnas' Annual / "2/- ■■■' Bret...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
CHURCH SERVICES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH St. a.m.: Subject, "Blessed are the 'Peacemakers" Rev. JVC. McCaw; 7 p.m.; Mr. Gosling. Wallaceville.—2 p.m.: Rev. J. C. McCaw. Trentham.—7 p.m.: Rev. J. C- McCaw. Siiverstream.—7 p.m.: Mr. C. MeLeod. ' . CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TRINITY XXII. Trentham.—ll a.m.,." Family Service; 7 p.m. Evensong (Mr. Tomlin). ; Upper Hutt.—B a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Mason). Siiverstream.—9.3o a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr, Avery).- Akatarawa.—7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar). Rite of Confir- mation - will be administered by His Lordship the Bishop of Christchurch at St. John's; Tren- tham, at 8 p.m. \ Rev. N. WINHALL, • Vicar; . ; ; UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER sth. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday Schooir'^ ■7 p.m.—-Bright Gosped Service. Speaker: Mr. R. Nairn (Irish . Evangelist).-Subject: "The Great Leader and His - Deathless Army." WANTED TO SELL—Tram Regulation Pram, O sponge y tyres. Good condition. Apply Finlay, opp. Kent's,-Nurseryman, Trentham. WANTED TO cycle...
HUTT HOSPITAL. COMPLAINT OF DELAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
COMPLAINT OF DELAY.
She was daily becoming more convinced that , the Hutt Valley hospital- scheme was receiving only secondary consideration, said Mrs. M. Dowse,.at the; Wellington. Hos- pital Board meeting recently, when she'described as anything bnt definite the Board's reply to the Women's Service Guild that .the Board was proceeding as ex- peditiously as possible with each of the building proposals .now in . hand. ■:. \\ The Hospital Commission had recommended that the Hutt Val- ',ley Hospital Scheme should haye precedence, Mrs. Dowse said. If this recommendation ; was neces- sary at the time of the Commis- sion's sitting, it was • even more '.■ ,urgent now with the alarming- overcrowding at the hospital, the increase in population and the presence in. the Hntt District of Trentham Military Camp with its 1700 men: If the Hntt and -Well--. , ington schemes' were proceeding simultaneously the position would not be so bad.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. The Greatest Film that has screened at the Majestic for a long time. ■ Frank Lloyd's Magnificent Epic of Progress Wells Fargo JOEL McCREA FRANCIS DEE 808 BURNS LLOYD NOLAN. An inspiring story of a Nation in the making—The story of the Wells Fargo Trail—Life line of Empire —High road to adventure—A Thundering Romance *.. of the winning of the West. RENTAL OF CONFECTIONERY STORE AND MOTOR CAMP CANTEEN MAIDSTONE PARK. Closing date of tenders has been extended to Wed- nesday, November Bth, 1939, _5 p.m. Thousands visit this Park annually and it is uii-. doubtedly the most popular Park in the environs of Wellington. Period of the rental is from November 9th, 1939 to November Bth, 1940.v '. .; ■■■; b. ifciwQM&B&f^;::. : -~^-.'- 1 Town Clerk. SERVICE FOR MEN. SOCIETY. Despite-thelnclement weather, The^^dC^SS^^J^ over 50 men accepted the Vicar's successful concert on Thursday • invitation: to a special service for cvenmg ; last at the Majestic . men a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
MAYFAIR I POPULAR PRICE NIGHT. I 8 P.M. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 P.M. | Another of our Thrilling Friday Double Features g First PETER LORRE — JEAN HERSHOLT I IN I1 st Mr. Moto On Danger Island 1 ■--■ with I WARREN HYMER — DOUGLAS! DUMBRILLE | Uncle Sam's most daring Secret Service Agent em- | barks onjhis latest and strangest crime adventure. | He seeks the secret of Danger Island, Inmts a smug- ly gta J Recommended for Adult Audiences. - I Second The CAMERA DAREDEVILS v | I ■ "' m I 1 "SHARP SHOOTERS" J 1 WITH ■ ! § BRIAN DONLEVY LYNN BARI ! g C. HENRY GORDON j | The daring feats of Newsreel Cameramen have hit j | the front pages in recent months as never before. • 5 In this, thrilling film two devil may care Newsreel j I Photographers chase_peril round the world ready on \ 5 a moment's notice to take their lives irr their hands, j g ■■/'".. ' v Universal Exhibition. • j | MONSTER SATURDAY MATINEE \ | 2P.M. GIRLS BOYS 2P.M. \ I A wonderful first half includes First Chapter of \ | thrilling ...
COMING NEXT WEEK A CHRISTMAS CAROL WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
COMING NEXT WEEK A CHRISTMAS CAROL
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The Monthly : Meeting of , the Wallaceville Women's Institute on Wednesday last, Mrs. Hopkirk presided over a good at- tendance of members. 1 The .guest of the afternoon was Mrs. Huse, who gave a delightful talk, describing various places of interest' visited on her recent trip abroad. Results of competitions for'the month:—Marmalade: Mrs., Hop- kirk, Ist; - Mrs. Chambers,' 2nd, Shoulder-spray: Mrs. Anderson, Ist; Mrs. McGettigan, 2nd. Afternoon tea was served by the hostesses, Mesdames Allan, Ching", Croft's, Chambers and Miss Cowie!
GORSE FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
If anything- was needed to give point to a correspondent's views about the gorse fire menace, two calls to the Siiverstream Brigade, within a few hours, last Tuesday, ■supplied..-, it.:' The first call came in at 5.19 p.m., to a gorse fire on the Wilkinson Estate. At-9.50 p.m., another call to the _■ same area, turned the Brigade out. Several hundred feet -of hose were requisitioned to deal with these Outbreaks. Fortunately there was little wind at the time. Acting under arrangement, the ; Silver- stream Brigade turned out again, and spent Saturday .. afternoon burning .off . a further area of gorse and broom. This was ad- jacent to the new houses how in course of erection for the Defence Department, near- the Heretaunga Railway Station. ;" : »
FREE AMBULANCE BENEFIT DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 November 1939
FREE AMBULANCE BENEFIT DANCE.
The final meeting of the Com- mittee ■responsible for the organi- sation of the above function was held on Thursday evening when the balance-sheet was submitted- after being audited and duly-' certified by the Town Clerk (Mr. B, M. Wilmshurst). The state- ment showed that the/receipts were made up as follows: Dona- tions, £27/17/0; competitions,.:. £7/8/6; dance and euchre tak- ings, £20/14/6, a total of £5.6/ Ex- '; penditure: Orchestra, hire of hall and crockery, £7/4/2,•':prizes for competitions, 10/-, postages, advertising, and■'■. sun- dries, £1/0/4, a total for expenses of £8/14/6, leaving the sum of £47/5/6 to be handed to the Well- ington Free Ambulance. The Committee wish to thank all those who contributed in c ash - or kind, or assisted in any way to make this appeal the magnificent success that it. undoubtedly was, as indicated by the financial re- sult-achieved. Well done Upper Hutt! ■'•- ■■'//■ . v • In our report of the above func- t...