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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R, C. H. ASKEW 'Phone — Main Road. UPPER HUTT. Carboneftes," Coke, Screened Coal, The best in firewood requirements. T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. "SWAN BRAND ".Cooked Ham, Luncheon, Brawn, Sausages, - Bacon, _ etc., kept in latest Shei- vador Refrigerator. 'Phone 134 M. We Deliver. D. CLYDE MAIN ROAD PROVINPIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM.

PRIVATE GREETING CARDS . FOR ~ CHRISTMAS. AND NEW YEAR JPRINTED AT SHORTEST NOTICE. ™« APPLY t "liEADER" OFFICE

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

1914-18 REMEMBER 1914-18 THE MEN OP ANZAC WHO FOUGHT FOR YOU. i SHOW YOUR GRATITUDE AND BUY ROSES TO-MORROW. FOR SALE.—Racing -gear, rugs, . halters, bridles, running Mar- tingale, etc. Apply Lady iWilford, The Terrace, Heretaunga.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 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.

DON'T FORGET HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION POPULAR DANCE EVERY SATURDAY — RECORD HALL 1/6 — ADMISSION r— 1/6 TIP TOP ORCHESTRA.

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SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.

Mrs. Jefcoate presided over the monthly meeting of the .Silver- stream Women's Institute helcl re- cently, there being -a good attend- ance of members. Several matters of importance, were discussed and delegates were appointed for the' Council Meeting to be held later in the November. It was with great, regret that members learned of the impending- departure of Mrs. Jefcoate from the district. ' A Social- Afternoon was arranged in her honour and she, was presented with -a gift and bouquet followed by musical hon- ours." '■' .'■•";.; The best bloom competition was won by Mrs. Crosby and the best •article from a sugar-bag by Miss Barton. , Community singing brought the afternoon to a close. The annual bazaar was very well .patronised, the stalls being well stocked with produce, cakes, sweets, sewing, etc., and stalL- holders were well rewarded for their work by the ready response of customers to buy.

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SOLDIERS' DANCE. AT SILVERSTREAM HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

SOLDIERS' DANCE.

AT SILVERSTREAM HALL.

OVERWHELMING SUCCESS. Over 140 soldiers• were the guests of the. Heretaunga and Silverstream Committee on. Wed- nesday evening last at the Silver- stream Social Hall. Besides the guests present were a large num- ber of the general public present. Apologies were -received from "the Prime Minister, and the Min-. ister of Defence. Mr. B. Roberts, M.P., for the district in a few well-chosen words welcomed the boys. The Mayor, Mr. J. Blew- man. also added his. welcome and thanked the Committee who had organised the evening. Major Innes, of the Special Force, in reply to the welcome, thanked the Committee for. put- ting on such a splendid evening which was appreciated by all present. During the evening a splendid sit down home-made supper wa"-? provided and the Committee wishes to thank all who in any way contributed to the success of the evening. The music for the dance was •provided by the Excelsior Dance Band and Mr. C. Hannibal carrie...

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LANTERN LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

LANTERN LECTURE.

Readers are reminded that a lantern lecture will b.e given by the Rev. E. 0. Blamires, to-night (Thursday) at St, Hilda's TIM The subject, "How we got our English Bible," will be an educa- tion to most and Mr. Blamires, who is an excellent speaker, will be most interesting.

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BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

BOWLING NOTES.

Like the wise bride. Upper Hutt, Bowling. Club has ''begun as she A means to go on." Further laurels have been add- ed to last week's success. Mid-week pennant games/ sec- ond round, placed .against Thorn> don at Thorndon, 1 resulted in a drawn game. 'Skip Mumby 's team lost 25—11, Skip . Brown won ■31-49.,-.: : ; On Saturday, 4th November, at .lib.me, in the first round of the Senior Pennants,. Skip Quinn',3 team won 30—10'; Skip ;' Brown--" lost 16—27. -M :Johnsonville,.:-.. against ! . Johnsonville, Skip Miimby won ■ •. Final result: win tied. 21—21. Final result: 1 a 2-pohrt win for Upper Hiitt. ' In the Junior Pennants versus Pet one, Petone won against Skip Hercock's team. -v.-

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CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

CORRECTION.

The; Social Committee, Southern Area- (Camp Road to Silver- stream) wish to correct an idea which" may, become existant from a speech made by 7 the Minister of Defence at the Social Evening on Sunday, 29th October at the " Corner House" .(Howell's Hall). In. addressing the y soldiers, the Minister said he hoped to see a dancing partner for every soldier present, and as there were' about 300 soldiers in the hall, the Com- mittee could not possibly cope with over six hundred people. / The ami of the Social Commit- tee in the. first place was to have a room where soldiers -could go ori Sunday evenings, to ... read maga- zines, play games such as darts, bagatelle', draughts, cards and have community singing. ; The ■•; Committee is arranging items,' to be vgiveh by the -Savage Club Tin Cruby St. Patrick's College Band, Soldiers in Camp, etc., but dancing was not on the programme, nor can it be arrang- ed for. ; -V -•- '■'"'. ! "

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COUNCIL NEWS. WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

COUNCIL NEWS.

WORKS COMMITTEE REPORT

The Works Committee in its re- port recommended the following to the Council: — Motor Camp, Maidstone Park.— ' That the shell of the building "for the Motor Camp at Maidstone Park be commenced this year, and it-was decided to arrange a work- ing bee for Saturday, 4th Novem- ber/1939. Drain, Maidstone Park.—The ' Committee recommends that the N Overseer undertake the work' as soon as possible and the Park Superintendent remove the turf and relay when the drain is com- plete.d. New Zealand Railways-—Diver- sion of Creek into McLean Street. —It was agreed that if the people way.—The Railway Department wrote regretting that it could not accede to the Council's request for the erection of a turnstile, due to the danger-to the public walk- ing along the line to the station. Bridge adjacent to Railway"' " Line, Whiteman's Valley Road.— The Committee recommends to the ' Council that application be made to the Railway Department to carry out t...

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MAYFAIR THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

MAYFAIR THEATRE

: Read by millions for" nearly a hundred years, played on the : stage . and y .dramatised '■'' over the radio countless times,""A Christ- mas Carol,".Charles Dickens' im- mortal story of Yuletide, has at last come to the audiences of the screen:, Taken directly from the pages, of Dickens, the new picture, which; opens;.: •Saturday ;at the Mayfair Theatre, Tiny Tim, :? -the Gratc'hits'" and the rest of the. beloved ;characters of life in an authentic reproduction of old London of Dickens' day. The > story is"known to the whole world ;• how the miser Ebenezer, 'Scrooge, sneers: .at the joy of it all- '-'hum-, bug"; how : he -discharges his clerk, Bob Cratchit, in '■;"a fit of rage; forbids his nephew, Fred, to we'd; refuses all charity.?: : -He is visited by -the : ghost of his former partner, Marley, bound in the chains of his own inhumanity on earth, and conducted by three spirits; first to his youth his happy Christmases of that time, then to Christmas Pres...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

SILVERSTREAM FURE BRIGADE. Another Grand Dance IN THE HALL, SILVERSTREAM '- '■'.'... ,: : ON- WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22nd, 1939. Norm. Croft's Orchestra. Excellent Supper.. Admission: Gents 2/-, Ladies'l/6. Bus leaves Upper Hutt P.O. 8 p.m. C. HANNIBAL, Hon. Sec.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

FOR SALE.—4Oft. Wireless Pole, completely jpinted up. Rea- sonable price. Apply 'Leader' Office. - FOR SALE—Kodak Folding Camera with case and attachments. U S" c/o Leader. WANTED. — Carpenter, odd jobs around house, aboul day's work. Suitable week-end > Apply '<E," 'Leader' Office. LOST.—Between Lower Hutt and Silverstreanv Saturday even- ing, Black Handbag, containing notes and silver. Finder please ring Lancaster's Store, Silver- stream,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

CHURCH NOTICES. . CHURCH OF ENGLAND. " TRINITY XXIII. Trentham.—-8 a.m., Parish Com- munion—First communion" of newly-confirmed. Special bus leaves ,St. Hilda's, Upper Hutt, . 7,45 a.m.; 9 a.nv'Parish Break- fast—All communicants invited;. 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar).,, . "Upper Hutt.—7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Bush). Sliverstream.—7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Bush): ';>'■:■ Akatarawa.—7 p.m., Evensong (Mf: Tomlin). \ • Retiring Collections at all Ser- vices for the work of the Church amongst His Majesties Forces.. Rev. N. E. WINHALL, . Vicar. METHODIST CHURCH. .. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1939. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.—Sister Edith Beer. . Social Hour and. Discussion to _, follow service. ' UPPER HUTT GOSPEL,HALL, . SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12th. .'. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School. 7 p.m., Bright Gospel Service. Speakers: Mr. J. A. Hazelwood . and Mr. Wm. Bennett. Subject: { "Calvary." -+* A hearty invitation extended to all. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt. —11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw. Morning Subject: "Bles...

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UPPER HUTT'S CRICKET SUCCESS A.McKAY A CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

UPPER HUTT'S CRICKET SUCCESS

A.McKAY A CENTURY.

The following local players per- formed wel lqn Saeurday last: Batting.—A. McKay (A Grade), 101 not out; J. Golding (C Grade), 91; R. Wilkinson (C Grade), 50; J. Hay den (E Grade), 39. Beech (C Gradeh 6 for 33; J. Golding (C Grade), 6 for 57; A. Falloon (A Grade), 5 for 43; E. Francis (A Grade), 5 for 44; B. Comeskey (E Grade), 4 for 24; T. Hoey (E Grade), 4 for 43;,5. Allen. (A Grade), 3 for 8. Upper Hutt had a field day last week-end, when all three'teams scor- ed a victory. Some fine individual performances were registered, not- ably that of A.' McKay (A Grade) who scored 101 not out, and J. Gold- ing (C Grade) who broke all records in scoring a prolific 91 in seventeen minutes. Details are:— "A" Grade: Upper Hutt, 192 for 5 wickets declared (McKay 101 hot out, Wellington 30, McCarthy 20), scored an outright win oyer Hal vie 92 (Williams 57) and 80 (Williams 25). Bowling for Upper Hutt, Fran- cis took five for 44, Falloo...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

NOTES.

The registered membership of the club is now fifty-one, which is very satisfactory. In fact the club's num- bers are increasing weekly, and it may; yet be necessary to enter a fourth team before the end of the first round. It must be clearly .understood, however, that preference will be shown to those players who attend practices/and to those who have paid their subscriptions. Players are as- sured that every effort will be made to see that every one receives fair treatment, and the Committee wishes to state, at the outset, that those players who are keen enough to travel, will be given first consideration for home matches, irrespective of playing ability. For- tunately, the club is practically 100 per cent enthusiastic, but this point should not be overlooked by anyone whose keenness is only limited tJ home .matches. ■.-■''."..'• ■•.-

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VISIT BY THE BISHOP OF CHRISTCHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

VISIT BY THE BISHOP OF CHRISTCHURCH.

On Tuesday, 7th November, the' Rt. Rev. C. West-Watson, Bishop of Christchurch, " visited the dis- trict when 'he administered the Rite of Confirmation to twenty- eight candidates at St. John's, Trentham. The Church was pack- ed for the occasion, and the im- pressive service was one that will live long in the memory of those who were privileged to take part. ,In two short addresses, His Lordship first encouraged the candidates for having taken the step of "declaring themselves" and showed how such a step was consistent; with both primitive Christian use and modern mission- ary experience; and then after "the laying on of hands," called upon them to live out the. three principal words of the central prayer of Confirmation-—defend, continue, 'and increase., / ' During the Bishop of Welling- ton J ® absence, several other New- Zealand Bishops are-visiting the Diocese to administer the Rite of Confirmatiph in various parishes. The Bishop of. Ch...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

I POPULAR PRICE NIGHT | g FRIDAY 8 P.M. FRIDAY 8 P.M. J I Splendid Double Feature Programme. § I (1) The Latest and Most Thrilliag of the Oassidy | «5 Series • .2 I BILL BOYD "WINDY" HAVES I § EST I I Trial I I Danger once more calls Oassidy and his Pals of .'the-, I I Bar as a Renegade Killer stalks out of the mys- * g I - terious past. What is the secret that makes C'assldy 1 I set him free % ' | I Approved for Universal Eixhibition. . | g (2) Uproarious Comedy—Thrills galore in the second | "I . picture of this well balanced programme | I NEVER SAY DIE 1 g WITH 1 g 808 HOPE - MARTHA RAYEi - ANTDY DEFINE | g Martha and Bob are at it in a rough-house comedy g g romance that will positively slay you but as they | B say it — - ' I I "NEVER SAY DIE" | g Universal Exhibition. . 8 I SATURDAY I g 2 p.m. Matinee 8 p.m. Evening 2 p.m. Matinee g | 8 p.m. MONDAY 8 p.m. | g Direct from its Premiere at the Majestic, | g Wellington. g | Charles Dickens Immortal Masterpiece brought to § g the sc...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

MAJESTIC 8 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. Thrilling Double Feature Programme ''■' ■.. First ' ' S.O.S TID4I; WAVE SS.T" Q T > T"'l Y\ oc RALPH BYRD " KAY SUTTON FRANK JENKS GEORGE BARRIER The story of a famous Radio hoax—what happens when a too realistic Broadcast strikes terror into the hearts of a nation's radio fans. Recommended for Adult Audiences. MY WIFES RELATIVES With JAMES GLEASON LUCILLE GLEASON When papa Higgins loses his job the- whole family tries its own screwy way of making ends meet with disastrous but uproarious results. Approved for Universal Exhibition.

A. K. JO WITT Main Road, Upper Hutt. Racquets [Re-strung by Experts. Reasonable Rates. All Classes of Repairs.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

WANTED TO SELL.—Carpet,, • pink body, floral corners, 9 x 7-f, good condition, £5 or offer. Apply "Totara," Palmer Cres- cent, Heretaunga..

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TEMPORARY HOSPITAL AT THE RACECOURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939

TEMPORARY HOSPITAL AT THE RACECOURSE.

1 Our Hospital Board representa- tive (Mr. Purvis) informs us owing to the urgent necessity and the large number" of admissions (1088) for October 1939,- compar- ed to (862) in October 1938, ad- mitted to the hospital, and as the Government has placed on the Hospital Board the full responsi- bility of the nursing of sick sol- diers,, the Board has arranged for , a 150' bed temporary hospital at the Trentham Racecourse. Owing to the shortage o E nurses, Mr. Purvis has arranged with Dr. Thorn, Superintendent of the Wellington Hospital, the idea of giving the local young ladies of Upper JETutt a chance of showing their ability as temporary nurses, in a case of emergency. An ad- vertisement to this effect is to be found on page one of this issue.. Personal application to Sister Hennessey, Sister-.in-charge at the Racecourse Hospital, who will in- terview all applicants. It Ms to be hoped that sufficient suitable applicants can be procur- ed fr...

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