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LETTER FROM GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939
LETTER FROM GERMANY.
The.following letter written, by a German from a,, town in South- ern Germany in the second week of the war gives an indication of the state of opinion:— "The outbreak of war has not had the sensational effect which might have been expected. No one doubted that Hitler would in- vade Poland in the end, but it w,is doubted that the British and French would take action. The fact that Great Britain and France have entered the 'war is sinking but slowly into people's minds . . . Many still believe that neither Great Britain nor France is in earnest. "There is still a wide- spread belief that the Western Powers will withdraw when Pol-
and has been defeated.' "Although it is true that people are worried and" anxious, they are less so than they were ten days ago, because the bombs they ex- pected have not yet fallen."'They haven't the guts to start/ is what many people say of the Western Powers. "Reports of Polish atrocities which fill the papers and are 'do...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939
I CHARLES DICKENS IMMORTAL MASTERPIECE § I A CHRISTMAS CAROL ( I MAYFAJ I
COMING EVENTS. R-E^Sul-D-El-N-T-S SilverstreanTsoTal Club Dane, OF SILVERSTREAM every Saturday night. VISIT R.S.A. Card Party, every Tues- day. — ; ipj LANCASTER'S Every Saturday—Upper Hutt STORJK School Dance at Record Hall, FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS. - - WE DELIVER. Printed by the Upper Hutt Print- — ing Co., Princess Street, Upper Agents for Daily and Weekly Papers Hutt, and published by "Ralph Hilton Ashford. ' including The "Leader," . THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1939 :
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 November 1939
¥0R YOtJR ftEXT PRINTING- ORDER—- DM HUH PRINTING COY. (Publishers of The "LEADER.") . /- LETTERHEADS, INVOICES, STATEMENTS, CATALOGUES, SCHEDULES, CALENDARS. ALL CLASSES OF STATIONERY AND OFFICE REQUISITES. ADDRESSi PRINCES STREET, UPPER HUTT
THE IDEAL GIFT FOR OVERSEAS. CHRISTMAS NUMBERS OF NEW ZEALAND ILLUSTRATED ANNUALS. REiADY FOR POSTING. These splendid .Annuals are always appreciated by friends 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/- Tui's Annual 2/- "Auckland Weekly News" Christmas Annual. ... 2/- , Brett's Christmas Annual 2/- The New Zealand "Free Lance" Christmas Annual 2/- "The OtagoDaily Times" and "Witness" Annual 2/- THOMPSON'S BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS,
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
ARE YOU "GOING TO THE DOGS" THIS WEEK-END!
[ THE GEANGE GAiERYING CO. LTD. WHOLESALE DEALERS & CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: • ■* Upper Htitt No. 76. Wgton. 42-044.
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars. Battery Charging. Ace: Welding Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of v Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the Listener).
r THAT Upper Hutt gardens cer- tainly suffered when the frost struck them on Sunday night. THAT many of the local gard- eners had a grouse , when they woke up on Monday. THAT the busy '''bee" was again on the job during the week- end. THAT with such' a costless pro- duction, no doubt the Balance- sheet will be looking healthy next year. THAT the Motor Camp- will probably be in operation this sea- son. '" THAT we are curious to. know if the baths will be used just for- bathing? THAT the stall' at the Park is under new management. THAT we wish them cYery suc- cess in their own venture. THAT like many other things, it's really a gamble. THAT the Council meeting to-~ night should enlighten 'the- public on the water question. THAT we are hoping the Chair- man of the Works Committee will give the Council a lead.
a THAT very little is heard ot Ithe Engineer, although rumours fare abroad there was something doing at one of the ...
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. REPORT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
At the November meeting of the Upper Hutt Women's Insti- tute, Miss Maddener, who has re- cently from, "attending a of the Associated Countrywomen 6f the World, held" Jn En gland, gave a 1 talk, and con- sidering the'short time at-her dis- posal, she described many inei- vdents and places of great interest. She was presented with a pretty - posy. : Mrs. Hercock and Mrs. Rogers were chosen as delegates to attend the. half-yearly Council .Meeting of 4he Hutt Valley Fed- ; eration which is to be held in the ' • Exhibition. ,- : -. ~' The Results of..th c c onipetition s. "for the month were as follows -.— Cookery: .Mrs. Gorrie Ist; Mrs: ' McGbnigal 2nd f General: , Mrs. -Judge' Ist; Mrs. Spencer 2nd; .Thrift article:- Mrs. Marshall; .jßest'flower: Mrs. Gorrie. (Afternoon tea was served by j the hostesses. 1 .Mrs. Spencer, President, was in the Chair. --."."'T '-'■'.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD -R. C. H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. — Main Road. UPPER HUTT. Carbonettes,~Coke, Screened Coal. The best in 'firewood requirements. " ; : V- T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD TfPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. 11 SWAN BRAND" Cooked" Ham, Luncheon, Brawn, Sausages, v Bacon, etc., kept in latest Sal- vador Refrigerator. 'Phone 134 M. We -Deliver. D. CLYDE MAIN ROAD PROVINCIAL HOTEL ■■/■ UPPER HUTT -- T. Eisner (Proprietor.) ■ " * Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in' Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. SOLPIERSI ALL MEMBERS are cordially, invited to attend at. Club Rooms for • a Club Night every Saturday, . - . Houseje_ Housee, Quoits, Darts, Table Tennis and other pastimes available. Wm. A. McNAB, Hon. Secretary. UPPER HUTT MALE CHOIR CONCERT MAJESTIC THEATRE—NOV. 28th. Assisted by-— 30 Ladies' Voices and the St. Patrick's' College Orchestra. Part Songs by male and mixed voices, and concerted items by choir/ and orchestra. ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
NOTICE That the Residents and Ratepayers of the Hutt County area are hereby notified that on and after Novem- ber 30th, 1939, owing to the indifferent attitude of the Hutt County Council in their negotiations with the Upper Hutt Borough Council in" connection with fires in the County Area, the members of the Upper Hutt Fire Bri- , gade are not prepared to take out the Borough Council's Fire Fighting Plant to fires .in the County until such time as proper facilities arc provided by the County Council in the way of fire plugs in the Borough's water reticulation. ■Further the payment of an annual subsidy to the Upper Hutt Borough Council, for the use of the Borough Council's fire fighting plant. The Upper-Hutt Fire Brigade have been trying for some considerable time to induce the Borough Council to come to a proper understanding with the County Coun- cil in'this matter, but nothing so far has been done. Signed on behalf of the Executive of the Upper Hutt Fire Brigade. ■ W. H. WAKEDLIN,...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE. Another Grand Dance . IN THE SOCIAIi HAMi, SILVERSTREAM ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23nd s 1989, 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. DON'T FORGET HOME AND SCHOOL ASSOCIATION POPULAR DANCE EVERY SATURDAY — RECORD HAIAj 1/6 — ADMISSION — 1/6 TIP TOP ORCHESTRA. 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. DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT. Norm. Croft's New Century - Dance Band Novelties — Good Prizes — . Excellent Supper. Gents 2/6. — Ladies 1/6-
ANY FARMERS requiring dairy ; " herds, dehorned, please send orders :to A. J. Hoskin, Silver- stream; price, 1/- per head, /
CRICKET. "A" GRADE BEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
"A" GRADE BEATEN.
- Best performances:—Batting : B. Comeskey (E Grade) .33 ; A. McKay (A Grade) . 24 not out;- Y. Franz (E Grade) 21. H. South • (Empire A ' Grade) batted soundly and scored a well ■ deserved 106. Mitchell .from the same team knocked up a solid 51.' Bowling:-—E. Francis (A Grade),- 5 for 82; J. Hyden (ti Grade), 4 for 56; F, Kurth (C Grade), 4 for 27:. A.- Chudleigh (Odlins C Grade) took 7 wickets for 16 runs against the local "C" team. '.__.. Conditions last; Saturday were not conducive to good cricket, the wind being very cold. It was n - . black day for Upper Hutt, as all three teams lost, but, happy to relate, these did not dampen the local players' enthus- iasm, each team going down with colours flying. ■ Details are :— ''A" Grade:—Upper Hutt, 79 and 55 for 2 wickets (McKay, 24 not out) lost on the first-innings to Empire; 237 for 8 declared South. 106; Mitchell. 51; Philp. '"27). ;/'■. ; .. ; " '■-.'. Bowling for Empire. Sherlock. 3 for 30;...
R.S.A. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
The local Branch of the ■Return-' Association intends to run social evenings for their mem- bers on Saturday evenings, com- mencing very shortly. The Executive are of the opin- ion that such evenings will be ap- preciated by the "diggers" and everything will be done to assure the members of a good time. / Table -tennis, Housee Housee, draughts, .'darts;' quoits, are a few of the attractions arranged by the committee. Supper wij.l be pro- curable at the buffet at a, moderate charge, and all that remains is for the members.; to advantage -. of : these Saturday evenings. ~ . The President, Mr, S: F. Carver, stated that he hoped the members would make use of the rooms now that facilities were provided. It is that members of the Special Force will be wel- ; corned any Saturday evening to come along and join in the fun; -■■■' Now then "diggers "its up .to yo.u'to see that evenings are a sue-.' ■cess. '
BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
A Special Meeting of the Coun- cil was held on Thursday, Novem : ber 2nd., to discuss the matter of house - ; numbering. The same evening the Council:were address- ed by Mr. H. F. Toogood on mat- ters concerning the Borough. His Worship the Mayor presid- . Ed, also present were Councillors T. Glyma/P. Gray, W. Greig, H. Lancaster, H. Poison, J.> Purvis, A. W. Richardson, and C. A. Rendle. NIJMBERING ; OF HOUSES. MiyH. Waring was. present at the: invitation of the Council to -discuss the numbering of houses in the Borough. Mr. Waring stated that before the numbering of houses could be properly car- ried out a new map would be re- quired showing the new sub-divi- sion and he also stated that there were large areas which were not sub-divided and it-was impossible to allocate consecutive numbering in all the streets of the Borough.. Or. Poison stated that now is the time to have the numbering of 4 houses carried out. There may be one .or two streets which have ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
S. A. EDWARDS & SON FOOTWEAR STORE Buy.'Sandshoes and Sandals NOW, while stocks last. Children's Sandshoes,, from 2/6 to 3/11.. Girls' Coloured Canvas "Judy" Sandals from 4/3 to 5/9. Lace and Strap Sandals from 5/11 to 10/6. Gents' Sandals, 2 styles. AIL sizes, 13/6. Gents' Bowling Shoes. All sizes. 22/6. Gents' Sandshoes, from 4/3 to 10/6. ■ v ". ' See these and others in our Windows.- TRENTHAM DEPOT for BOOT REPAIRS, CHAPLOW'S STORE, CAMP ROAD. -. \--- Open of an evening.
COUNCIL NOTES. APPLICATION FOR SUBSIDY CENTENNIAL MEMORIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
APPLICATION FOR SUBSIDY CENTENNIAL MEMORIALS.
» , The' Council has resolved to 1 make application for subsidies to \ be made in respect of the follow- \ ing items: —Town Clock, £30; j Motor Camp, £150; Rest Room j and Library, £300,- Swimming 2 Baths, £500. 2 It was ( moved that if the I Council was able to obtain a £500 I subsidy from the Provincial Cen- \ tennial Council and £200 from j the Education Department, that 4 the installations of the swimming" |' baths at Maidstone Park be pro- -1 ceeded with. * We are hoping the Council will 2 be successful with their applica- -2 tion and anything the "Leader" ? can do to boost the matter, of Rest | Rooms, Swimming Baths, etc., 1 will certainly be done. 2 Maidstone Park is ideally sit- j. uated for a Motor Camp, but a 2 swimming bath is just as essen- -2 lial both to the local people (who 2 would not probably use the % Motor Camp) and also' the visi- •| tors. if "We are given to understand •J that the Motor Ca...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
I POPULAR PRICE NIGHT | I 8 P.M. FRIDAY 8 P.M. | I Thrilling Double Feature Programme. | I First EDWARD G. ROBINSON f I The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse | I with J g Humphrey Bogart —-Claire Trevor — Allen Jenkins g g -Eldward G. Robinson as a Master -Criminal who prac- | g tices medicine by day and crime by night .',...'.■ The | *-g most amazing picture yon have seen—or are ever § g likely to see. ; 1 § Second of Today! | I SMASHING THE SPY RING J g . Starring | J " RALPH BELLAMY— — FAY WRAY | I Thrills leap from the front pages of the American § § Nation as a vast Spy Ring is snared. It will keep g | you gasping with suspense as dramatic shock after | | shock is unfolded —and it was all true! | j| Recommended for Adult Audiences. § g SATURDAY - | . § 2 p.m. Matinee 8 p.m. Evening 2 p.m. Matinee | g 8 p.m. MONDAY 8 p.m. § I Direct from its Smashing Success at the St. James | | Theatre % g GEORGE .WALLACE 8 I IN i I . WITH . I I Alec. Kellaway Lois Green | B It sets a roaring pace for m...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
MAJESTIC 8 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. BLIND ALLEY Starring \ CHESTER RALPH v AWN MORRIS BELLAMY DVORAK Piercing the unholy mysteries of -a Killer's Gun- •" crazed mind —' Breathless relentless drama you'll never forget. Recommended for Adult Audiences. <2) QUEER CARGO Starring JOHN LODGE v —— JUDY KELLY Piracy and Mutiny in the China Seas—A Romance of the Orient. Come aboard for a Ybyage. in a~ millionin "Queer Cargo." Approved for Universal Elxhibiti on. HAZELWOOD'S DEPARTMENT STORES We have a good range.of Gents' Monarch Shoes to select from. Prices 22/6, 25/-, 29/6, 32/6. Ask to see the LANDMARK SHOE at 39/6, Full range of Sand Shoes in Stock. PHONES 1 and 18. UPPER HUTT. . . P.O. BOX 3. _
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TRINITY XXIV. Trentham. —1] a.m., Litany and H.C; 7 p.m., Evensong (M>\ Avery) • Upper Hutt.—B a.m., H.C; 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar). Silverstream.—7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Tomlin). Akatarawa.—9.3o a.m., H.C; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Finlay). Rev. N. E. WINHALL,...
SILVERSTREAM DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
Once again the Silverstream - : ' Social Club.was again crowded on /"Saturday evening. These weekly .dances are very popular .at the .southern end of the Borough, and as 'the weeks go by more and moj'e dancers make Silverstream their . Saturday night rend evens. On Saturday last -there were * quite a number of the boys in khaki present, who thoroughly en- joyed themselves.
R.S.A. SOCIAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
R.S.A. SOCIAL EVENING.
Mesdames Street er, Perham. Thompson, Robertson and Rowo ■ were the hostesses at the Social Evening, held on Friday last at the R.S.A. Rooms. \ Members of His Majesties' Forces were entertained-m games and dances until 10 p.m., after which supper was provided. Dancing was continued until 1] p.m. and at the conclusion. Staff Sergeant Bason thanked the ladies for the enjoyable evening. Mrs. F. Whiteman acted as pianist' throughout the evening. The" ladies anticipate entertain- ing the troops again at a'later date on a similar scale.
MANGAROA GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
MANGAROA GUN CLUB.
The members of the Mangaroa Gun ,Club held their monthly shoot on Saturday, November 4th. Owing to weather conditions and a new brand of Clays being used, which proved harder to break, . the "shooting was below the usual standard. Mr. A.- Martin won the trophy presented by Mr. C. R. Gibbs, scoring- 7 breaks out of 12. Mr. B. Fenn won the trophy present- ed' by Mr. R. Barker, scoring 7. Other scores were as follows: — R. Barker 6; H. Alexander 6; W. Keys 5; G. Keys 4; R. Mulhem 4 and Miss R, Martin 4. The Hon. W. E. Parry was present, and very kindly present- ed the trophies. He also gave a very interesting talk on shooting and handling firearms. The dadies very kindly "served afternoon tea.
UPPER HUTT HORTI-CULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
UPPER HUTT HORTI-CULTURAL SOCIETY.
The Committee of the Upper Hutt Horticultural Society held a meeting last Thursday. A great- many items of business were dealt with. "' - The schedules of the show which is to be held on December Ist., are now' available. The en- tries for the best kept -cottage garden close on November 25th. Judging by the interest now shown by the public, the show promises -to be a great success and the committee have every confidence that this will be the case. ENTRIES for the show may be left at Mrs. Jo weft's shop as well as at the places mentioned-in the schedule.