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R.S.A. PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
-The local Branch U.S.A.,- held their annual picnic on Saturday last, at Day's Bay, over 200 chil- dren and parents being present. Leaving Upper Hutt at 10,30 a.mt'by'buses, the party arrived at IJj|J?s Bay where everyone was welcomed by the President of the .Branch, Mr. S. F. Carver. * The first part of the day was taken up in races, both for the children and the grown-ups, after which the children were entertain- ed to lunch.- Aftier lunch the remainder of the day was utilised in swimming, games, etc., and a very happy* and enjoyable time was spent. Throughout the day there were distributions of ice creams, soft drinks, fruit and lollies. N Mr. Carver thanked the Com- mittee responsible for putting on such a' wonderful show, and ap- pealed to the diggers and their wives to get behind the Branch and assist as much as possible. It is the intention of Jthe Branch, the President stated, to entertain some of the Australian diggers which will be coming next year to ...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
Mrs. F. Whiteman, /RiVerslea; left on Wednesday for a holiday trip to Dunedin. Mrs. Whiteman is accompanied by her sister, Mrs. ; Donovan. ' ' j . Y. - Mrs. Thompson, Upper Hutt, is visiting Eastbourne.' Mr. W. Gorrie, is spending a few days at Levin. Constable R. J. Bell, Welling- ton Central Police Station is at present relieving at Upper Hutt, whilst Constable F. Williams is on holiday. »
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
Boys February Ist Girls BACK TO SCHOOL AGAIN with all your School Requisites from Text Books, Exercise Books, Drawing Books. Memo Books, etc. Also Limited Quantity 200 Page Sichool Pads 200 Page - 6d. each 6d. Sold only with otherbooks. NOW THEN Be in on this! FREE! FREE! FREE! With every 5/- school order a Free Ticket for the Matinee Programme at the Mayfair Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 3rd or the next two weeks' issue .of your favourite weekly, Trump, Wild West, or School Girls, etc.
W. S.GILLBANKS General Storekeeper Main Road, TRENTHAM. Agent for Daily Tapers. Phone 65, Upper Hutt. C. J~BELL, A.P.A. BT.Z. A.A.I.S. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. AUDITOR .-.". SECRETARY. Land, Income and Employment Tax Returns. HAZELWOOD'S BUILDINGS, THURSDAYS. iL LOCAL PLATOON LEAVE FOR CAMP. The newly-formed local platoon of the Ist. Battalion Wellington Regiment, left Upper Hutt on Saturday last for Waiouru, near Taihape. The camp which is to last a fortnight will.be a new innovation for these boys. The...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
UPPER HUTT-WELLINQTON PARCEL SERVICE DAILY PHONE 62 - G HOLCROFT SILVERSTREAM T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD : UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. ACCIDENT. farmer in -the Upper Hutt dis- trict, ;f ell from a tree on Sunday last, breaking his arm,. After medical attention Mr. WhitemaU. was removed to hos- pital. Latest advice is that Mr. White- man is progressing satisfactorily, and would be returning to his home in a few days. TRENTHAM BUTCHERY. I wish to notify the public that I have taken over the business pf H. Douglas, and hope through personal supervision and service to solicit new and old customers. Prime Ox Beef, Wether Mutton always on hand. Pork, Veal , and Lamb in season at City Prices. G. JACKSON, WELLINGTON FREE AMBULANCE. ' As advertised in this .issue the Free Ambulance are holding a Street Day on Thursday next. We need not stress the untiring ser- vice, rendered by this Association to the. residents Of this district and...
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SEPTUAGESIMA. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
Trentham: 11 a.m., Matins (Rev. D. C. Bates). 7 p.m., Even- song (Mr. Avery). Upper Hutt: 8 a.m., H.C. 7 pan., Evensong (Mr. Mason). ' Silverstream: 9.30 a.m., H.C. 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr, Snell). Akatarawa: 7 p.m.,, Evensong (Mr. Tomlin). REV. N. E. WINHALL, Vicar.
PHYSICAL WELFARE AND RECREATION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
PHYSICAL WELFARE AND RECREATION COMMITTEE.
The first meeting of the newly elected District Committee of the Physical Welfare and Recreation Committee was held in the Coun- cil Chambers, on Monday evening last. The Mayor, Mr. P. Robertson, presided, also -present were Mrs. A. Howell, Councillors J. Blew- man, C-. A. Rcndlc Messrs. C. Price,, T. Spencer and the Town Clei-k. Apologies were received ' from "Mrs." P." Robertson and Mr. I j. .Jefcoate. -The Committee decided to have ' a Gala Day on Saturday, Febru- ary 25th, commencing with a pro- cession of the various sports bodies headed by the town band Mi>.. A. Fitch, Wellington's well-known athletic coach, is being invited to be present to address the people, on recreation. Mr. Taylor of the Woburn Rail- way Works Shops is=being asked to bring a troup of gymnastics to the Park and give a display. Dr. F. W. Kemp, will be invited 7 'to speak to the children of the schools on Dietetics. A further meeting of the Com- mittee wil...
ANNUAL MEETING RATEPAYERS' AND CITIZENS ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
ANNUAL MEETING RATEPAYERS' AND CITIZENS ASSOCIATION
'l.lie Annual Meeting oil. the above Association, 'which was held on xuonclay evening last, was very sparsely attended. , ~■s> Mr. n\ VV. iv. Jackson, Presi- dent, m welcoming those present, commented favourably on the presence ox new members.' Hie resignation of Mr. X W.~ Nicholas, Secretary-Treasurer, was accepted with, regret. The President stated that the Balance -Sheet showed a credit balance of £9/0/8..;- This was re- ceived subject to- audit: No. An- nual lieport was read. ■'"".:- Mr. ; G; H. Guthrie enquired what Was the procedure of the General Meetings. ,- Mr. Jackson stated that the iiixecutive would meet once a month and they will decide when general meetings would be held. Mr. A. J. Mc Curdy suggested that general meetings of members be held bi-monthly. Dealing with the generalities of the Borough, Mr. Jackson stated that the' footpaths in the' Borough were covered wish weeds and grass, and it; was time some- ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
HAZELWOOD'S Ist DAY OF SUMMER SALE FRIDAY, Feb. 3rd. MILLBSIEIRiY PREOEIS SiLAUGHTERE®. Read to Wear Hats from 4/11 Model from 12/6 PuUon Hats : Y 7/11 Beach Straws ■■!/-, 1/3, 1/6 FROOKS, YKLOUSES & OOATSY. y ureaitly Reduced. Overalls from 3/6 Aprons from 1/3 LEfNOTHS, good quality Silk from 5/11 . TOWELS. TOWELS. 'TOWELS. Striped Towels 56 x 27. 5/6 pair. _ r ■:-."-:'-.--v44-x.m-.-■■': 3/6 pair. Fancy Jacquard 46 x 24. 5/9 pair. Striped Tea Tbwels 1/9 & 2/9 pair. Check Tea Tbwels 1/6 & 2/2 pair. Remnaiits JMore at Bargain Prices. Prices aresure to advance. Take ad vantage of \ Sale Prices and Buy Now. Ist DAY OF FRIDAY, FEB, 3rd. LAST DAY OF SALE, SATURDAY ,FEB. 18th. NAP TROUSERS DURING SALE PERTOI) 3/11 pair. BOROUGH OF UPPER HUTT V Hosing The use of Hoses for the watering of Gardensis per- mitted only between the hours of 7.30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Such hoses must bj held in the hand. Persons failing to comply with this notice will be prosecuted. ' Y - '"' Town Clerk.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
WA:NTEDS, ETC. RANTED RENT—-4-5 Rind. House, Upper Hutt-Wallaceville. £3 Bonus. "W," Leader Office. JOR : SALE— L Cane Pram, with sponge tyres, 35/-. Mrs D. Woods, Camp Road, Trentham. EXTRA. To those people whoare contem- plating purchasing or trading in a Radio Set. Don l t fail to hear and see the latest model 10 Valve "AIR- LINE" Console Model on display in our Showroom. A marvellous per- former and really a magnificent Cabinet. Call. We will be pleased to de- monstrate this wonderful Radio to you. R. JENNINGS & CO. RADIO SPECIALIST AND SERVICEMAN. Phone 219. UPPER HUTT. . Next to Majestic Picture Theatre. ||
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
MAJESTIC SATURDAY. Tliiilling Adventures — Reckless Romance — Inter- national spying plots for world war : — beautiful women — the pawns in a mad game of intrigue, life and death. HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES Recommended by Censor for Adult Audiences. Also RICHARD ARLEN MARY ASTOR NO TIME TO MARRY Approved for Universal Exhibition.
THE "DOROTHY 9 - 3 BOOK CLUB. 1/- LIFE MEMBERSHIP 1/- Latest additions include——■ Bulldog Drummonci On Dartmoor, "■ by "Sapper." . The Lonely Road, .by Jeffrey Farnol. Gone Sunwards, by Cecil Roberts. Promenade, by G. B.•'■Lancaster, Swords For Hire, by Douglas Y. Duff Unofficial Wife, by Ruby M. Ayres, One to Live With, by Ruby M. Ayres Love is a Flower, by Oliver. Sandys. Sparrow Market, by Hazel Adair. Ruined City, by Nevil Shute. - The Mad Doctor, by F. J. Thwaites. Also Books by P. C. Wren, Nellie Scahlon, Denise Robins and others.: NEW BOOKS ARRIVING WEEKLY. 3d. & 6d. Exchanges. JOIN NOW. : SOCIAL EVENING; The senior pupils of the Upper Hut...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
MAY FAIR Stalls Is., Is. 3d. Is. 6d. FRIDAY. Grand Double feature Greening. Thrilling Elpic of the Frozen North Call of the Yukon ' I ■'■•.'■' " ' • ; •'- ' ■■■ . A dynamic drama beyond the last outposts of civilisation--tbe wild turbuleM w^fas telands of Alaska! Here primitive men must fight for life and love against the terrifying elements of the bleak frozen vastness. ■ ■' Together with ._....' "THE GAK& SHOW^ A Gang of talented youngsters in a rollicking joy- filled medley of mirth and melody. - — . Both pictures/approved for Universal Exhibition. t 2 P.M. MATINEE 2 P.M. CALL OF THE YUKON An exciting story of far off Alaska ans- never-to-be forgotten adventures of men conquering the dangers "•■ _■■■'■■' of the North. - Together with Cartoons — Cbihedies — ferial 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. BIM. MONDAY BP.M. JANET GAYNOR ft TONE ROBERT MONTGOpSftIP Three Loves h^RariGy A hailstorm of hilarity! riches, and rumpus in a merry - What happened/when a poor ■""-ljj|M girl went to fee big...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. PROPOSED CLOCK FOR UPPER HUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
PROPOSED CLOCK FOR UPPER HUTT.
The. ordinary meeting of the Upper iLUtt Borough Counxjil was hem on Thursday evening lasVthe Aiaypr, Mfc, P. Robertson, presid- An apology received from Coun- cillor itendie was accepted. The Postmaster-General, Mr. F. Jones, in reply to a letter received from the Council re the erection ot a clock at the Post-Office, stated mat the cost of a double-faced ciock outside the Post Office would be. approximately £150. The Min- ister suggested that the-Council make further inquiries into the -cost. The Town tJlerk, Mr. B. Wilms- hurst, stated he had made further inquiries and found that the cost oi erecting a three-foot dial clock, which would have to be a master-' ciock would cost £70 landed, plus exchange it would bring the cost approximately £100. The Mayor: If a Master-jriock is "to be procured, why not have it installed at the' Borough Council, building and not at the Post Office. I suggest-that we write to the Postmaster-...
CONGRATULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
The Mayor stated that it was his privilege at this juncture to. congratulate two • well-known sportsmen, Messrs. N. Edwards* .and C. A. Rendle, on the distinc- tion gained in their -various aven- ues of sport. Mr. Edwards, who Recently won the New Zealand .-Men's Singles Tennis Championship, was born and brought upiivn v Upper Hutt, also he had learnt his tennis m thejsistrict,. ■■'.'.,._'•""■ Mr 7 Eendle, who was headmast- er of"the local school : and also' a memhm • of the Borough Council, had played splendidly •in the Do- minion fowling Tournament, hav- ing gone tether. in the singles tournament than any other Well- ington player. OFFICER'S REPORTS. The ,-T,own. Clerk-Treasurer re- ported on the finances of the Bor- ough; Collection of receipts for the nine months ending December 31st., 1938, in comparison with the collections for the same period ending 3±/12/37 as shown below: Rates •Current Year/ (31/12/38) £8482/16/2; (31/12/37). £7755/-. 16/5; Arrears C...
QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
'Councillor Clyma enquired it; there were any men available to clean up Sutherland Avenue. Re- cently the Council planted trees in that district, but it is now over- grown with grass and gorse. The Mayor: We will have it seen to. ' Councillor Greig: My hardy annual Your Worship: Has Coun-" cil gone any further into the mat- ter of a footpath from the nor- thern end of the-Borough to Maori Bank, The previous Council en- deavoured to get the Hutt County interested but there was nothing doing. Many people take this walk on Sundays', and now with such an increase of ~ motor traffic it was really d;:ngerous. The Mayor: If anything was done, it would be a winter con- tract, and it would have to be gone into by the Council at a later date. Councillor Blewman: The Post Office letter box by the Block House has been removed, and the people in that area not Would it be possible to have it re- placed, as the people are at a loss to know why it has been shifted. The Mayor: The o...