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SCHOOL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
The weekly dance held by the Upper Hutt Home and School Association continues to be a popular rendevous for the danc- ing public and every Saturday night all roads lead to the Record Hall, where the Palm Grove Band with the assistance of the M.C. keep things moving. It is no doubt a Very popular dance and patrons are assured of an enjoyable evening plus an ex- cellent supper.
OBITUARY. MR.J.H.E. TILLING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
.Many members of the South African Veterans 'Association and also the R.S.A. in Upper Hutt were shocked, to hear that the death had occurred of Mr. J. H. E. Tilling, who for many years carried out the duties of Secretary to the New Zealand South African Veterans' Association. " On several- occasions, Mr. Till- ing has visited Upper Hutt in connection with Association mat-, ters- and was very well known to members. Mr. Tilling, who was in his six- lies, was born in England, and he served in the South African War as a member of the Imperial Yeomanry. He came to New Zea- land a year or two after the war, and for " many years was head storeman at the Wairarapa Farm- ers' Co-opertive Association's warehouse. Later he took over a business at Paraparaumu before returning to Wellington to begin a grocery business. _ Mr. Tilling's work for the South African War Veterans oc- cupied a great deal of his time, and the high degree of esteem in which he was...
WAR GAMES IN BACK COUNTRY. NIGHTS ON THE TUSSOCKS MIMIC ATTACKS. RIFLE BATTALION TO GO TO WAIOURU. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
WAR GAMES IN BACK COUNTRY.
NIGHTS ON THE TUSSOCKS MIMIC ATTACKS.
RIFLE BATTALION TO GO TO WAIOURU.
Sleeping out on-the tussocks, digging trenches, marching by, night and attacking—these are some of'the tastes of real warfare conditions that troops of the 19th under Lieut.-Colonel S. Varnham, M.C./E.D.. will have when they go to Waiouru camp, near Tai- bape, at the end of the month. With divisional mechanised cav- alry from Auckland .and engineers from Ngaruawahia there will be approximately 1700 men engaged in these field training manoeuvres over a fortnight. At Trentham, the rifle battalion is being sharpened up for this test by means of night manoeuvres and other military exercises. Whereas at Trentham the .men have been operating in platoons and com- panies, at Waiouru they will work as a complete unit. . / The country' is ideal for such manoeuvres. Undulating, with flats and hills, and covered with tussock and snow grass, it covers 50,000 to 80.000 acres and ex...
DO YOU KNOW THIS? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
DO YOU KNOW THIS?
The first horse race meeting was held "in Taranaki. Street for a purse of 15 guineas, on January 25th, 1841. : ~:.';. In September, 1839, Wellington ; was -bought front the Maoris and the price paid was: one hundred scarlet blankets, 100 muskets, two . casks of tobacco, 48 iron pots, two : cases of soap, 15 fowling-pieces, 21 kegs of gunpowder, one cask of ball.cartridges, one: keg of lead,', 100 cartouche boxes, toma- hawkSj one case of pipes, 40 pipe; tomahawks, 24 spades, 50 steel axes, 1200" fishhooks, 12 bullet moulds, 144 20;; jackets/ 20 pairs of trousers, 60 red nightcaps, . 30 yards of cotton duck, 200 ya;rds of calico, 100 yards of check, 24 pocket/handkerchiefs; 24 slates, 200 pencils, 120 looking-glasses, -120 pocket-knives, 120 scissors, 12 pairs of shoes, 12 umbrellas, 12 hats, • two pounds of beads, 100. yards of ribbon, 144"jew harps, 12 razors, 120 combs, 72 hoes, two*" suits of superfine clothes, 12 shav- ing boxes and brushes, 24 adzes, 12 ...
CHURCH ARMY. HUTS FOR MILITARY CAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
HUTS FOR MILITARY CAMPS.
During the last war the Church of England in. New Zealand, -through its Military Affairs'.Com- . mittee, raised the. sum of £50,000; to provide huts, with; their equip-" -. ment, ■-. staffing■-. and - maintenaiice. Further, all Church England Chaplins in Camp,: on; Troopships, in Hospitals, or >; at the Front, were supplied with: the necessary equipment to carry out their spiri- : tual duties. / / "; '_ .'. . •"■■ "['■"■ It is the intention of the Mili- ' tarv Affairs Committee ..again to establish huts in all the main /camps and in many of the small- . er ones. -Permanent -huts, cost- ing "£2,500 each, /will" be required for the: larger L cenfreSi/ 'Already marquees have been . erected..." at ham, Hobsonville Air Base, the; R.TST r Z,A. Depot, Narrow Neck;and -at Trentham... ,'■ ■/:? j, : - These. centres are -under , the management,of:the Church. Army,.; as it is the intention of the Mili- tary . Affairs Committee to. take of th...
FARMLANDS of New Zealand... [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
FARMLANDS of New Zealand...
New Zealand is. one twenty - ninth-the area of Austalia and has one quarter of the population :' of the Commonwealth. r . Exten ding as far. north as Ade- laide and as far south as Pata- : goTiia, the, Dominion is 900 miles , \-in length. y - : :•".'; / ' , . ;■•'■'...■■',,'■ ; All of- it is coasted; for no part is beyond 70 miles of the sea. "■""■' Unused lands amount t6 23,000,- ---000 acres. / ;.' Occupied farm lands cover 43,- ---000,000 acres of which 19,500,000 acres ~are improved comprising - 1,500,000' under crop,- roots and fodders and 17,500,000 acres ; under sown grasses. Unimproved - occupied. - lands cover 23,5Q0,000 acres, of which ' 14jO0O;OQ0 acres comprise /princi- pally; tussock/ country "carrying mostly merinos."' .By far the most •of this is in the South Island. / "A recent average .annual value of all farm production is £70,000,- ---000, -''at farm ;basis.'' Of this- : agriculture represents 10 per cent".; -dairying 40 per cent,...
HUMOUR. IZZAT SO? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 November 1939
./The' try-out', between the All Blacks and the next fifteen had just concluded when a Yankee tourist from"the "Malolo" ap- proached Hori, one of the All Blacks, and said to;him:"Pardon me ;Sir, for intfoducing myself. I could not take my eyes off you. You are the. most magnificent figure of a man I have; ever seen. Are you : a fnll-blooded Maori ?" ;"Tpo/true," said Hori. ' "My mother wasa princess.of S the-Nga- puhi tribe and; my father a chief of the Ngatiawa tribe." " .'/. "Wonderful! WonHerful!.Such '■ shoulders v arms—legs";";" said~ the Yank, ..walking round and round Hori: ; Hori had submitted to all the mauling about, and then-sud- denly he said.: "Are yon.;: a full- blooded American ?" ;;"Oh yes/Vsaid the Yank, "but we are not the same as theJMaori?; have •Spanish, German, Itah lan, Dutch, Scotch, 'Irish, Portu- guese and in me.'V and then said; after a pause;: ?'By Golly—your mother te plurry fine spprt!" / V-«'-;' ; .. '-■ .•-■-. ;;' x /
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
■■■■'-:, • r READgits DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING LOCALLY
THE j CARRYpTG- CO. LTR^ WHOLESALE DEALERS & ■^CARRIERS.'~""'.\ Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76. Wgton. 42-044.
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to'all makes of Cars.. 'Battery Charging. . Ace. Welding Break Dowih Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. " UPPER HUTT
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1939.
Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
UPPEE 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.
RESULT OF GUESSING COMPETITION. Ist Prize.-—No; 509, Sgt. G. Leslie, Main Road, Trentham. " 2nd Prize—No. 240, H. Y. McGhie, Maori Banuk, Upper Hutt. 3rd Prize—No. 336, R. S. Malloch, Govt Printing Office, Wellington- W. A. Macnab, Hon. Sec. A GARDEN PARTY in aid of funds for St. Mary's Church, Silver- stream, will be held in Mrs Adam's garden,. Rangimairie, Chatsworth Road, Silverstream on Saturday, No- vember 25th at -2.30 p.m. Usual Stalls and afternoon tea. Admission 6d. Children free. UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R. C. H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. — Main Road., UPPER-HUTT. Carbonettes, Coke, Screened Coal. The best in firewood requirements. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST. '/SWAN BRAND" ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? (By the. Listener). THAT the."Working Bee" is certainly doing -well and the- Motor Camp is now taking shape. THAT certain Councillors can be seen Saturday mornings swing-; ing the banjo. THAT it *is no -doubt a new kind of recreation for some of the city fathers. THAT the proposal for a Bor- ough Engineer was turned down J by the Special Committee. THAT we are a . little with Councillor Poison in that an Engineer- would probably save the Borough hundreds of pounds in : a year. THAT HAZELWpOD'S have a splendid assortment of MEN'S BELTS, Etc. , '. THAT Councillor Purvis cannot be in two places at once, vet on Thursday evening last he attend- ed the Wellington Hospital Meet- ■• iri'g after which he motored back to Upper Hutt for . the latter portion of the Council Meeting. THAT the proposal by Coun- cillor Rendle for concreting foot- paths will certainly find favour with the -ladies. • THAT it would be nice to see such footpaths eonerete-d through- out the -B...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
THAT HAZELWOOD'S 'have a splendid assortment of MEN'S r SPORTS TROUSERS. THAT the 'cricket. spectators on the Park last Saturday, were entertained to something unique in cricket, when Comeskey got a "hat-trick." THAT HAZELWOOD'S have a splendid assortment of MEN'S SPORTS COATS. ( . THAT there are some very good young boys in the "E". grade and ( should be given every assist- ance. ■ ■*.-■ >.-< ..■:; ■ ;' ■■■■■- - THAT our "Bowser" pro- prietor ..certainly knows his "onions," no we mean potatoes, compre. PERSONAL. Mr. W. Tyrell,'of Blenheim, is • visiting Upper Hutt, and at pres- ent ". is staying at the Provincial Hotel. Mr. B. Roberts; M.P., y was a visitor to'the district on Monday -last.: V:-'•. UPPER HUTT PLUNKET SOCIETY. STREET DAY DECEMBER Ist., 1939. , Produce, Cakes, Eggs, Jam Flowers, etc. Watch the Stall for Bargains. • SUPPORT THE PLUNKET TO THE CITIZENS OF UPPER HUTT AND DISTRICT. THE CHAIRMAN and Members .of the Wellington Hospital 1 Board desire to express gratef...
CRICKET. B. COMESKEY A HAT-TRICK. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
B. COMESKEY A HAT-TRICK.
v Outstanding features of last "Saturday's games were a "hat- trick" by B. Comeskey ("E" Grade), a good all-round per- formance by-R. Wilkinson, who was promoted to the"A" Grade, a splendid second innings effort by the"A"" team to gain an but- right win, and a meritorious vic- tory gained by the "E" team. Best performances, batting.— R. Wilkinson ('A' Grade) 49 not out, J. Wilson ('C Grade) 32, Y. Franz. ('E' Grade) 31, J. Hayden ('E' Grade) 28, R. Ashford ('E : Grade) 27, R. Lorigan ('C~ Grade). 20. Bowling.—B. Comeskey ('E' Grade), 9 for 45 (including the "hat-trick"), T. Hoey ('E' Grade), 7 for 33, J. Hayden (<E ; Grade), 4 for 8, R. Wilkinson ('A? Grade), 4 for 17, D. Wilson ('A' Grade), 3 for 7. Details are: — "A" Grade.—Upper Hutt, 73 and 101 for 4 wickets, R. Wilkin r son, 49 not out), lost on the first innings to Mo era Stop Out, 96 (R. Dunn 32) and 96 for 3 wickets declared (Minihan, 43 not out, Cummings 27). Bowling for Mo e...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
The Mayor, Mr. J. Blewman, presided over the Council Meet- ing on Thursday evening last and a large amount of business was transacted.
The Wellington Provincial Mem-' orial Council wrote stating that the amount required for the mem- orial at Petone Beach was £700' short "and the Zone A2 Commit- tee were asked to provide that amount. Upper Hutt's quota was £186.
Councillor Rendle enquired if this amount was to be a voluntary, c ontribution or was it a liability the-.Council could not escape. He stated that the Council had al- ready paid in nearly as much in the first place. If the Committee vi sponsible for the Memorial had foreseen this shortage they should have altered the design to come within the amount collected. I would like to-know, concluded Mr. Rendle, if the Council had the right to refuse, or was it a de-, finite liability we could not es- cape.
The Mayor stated that he at- tended the meeting of Zone A2. and this item of £700 came u...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
(To: the Editor;)
Sir,—On November the 16th; a notice; appeared in your paper to the effect ;that residents in; the Hutt County cannot expect to have Borough fire-fighting equip- ment available to them after the 30th instant. This notice appear- ed .over the ; signature : of the Brigade Superiutehdent rom its rea ding, County/ residents are entitled to assume that the ser- vices mentioned are available up to the date stipulated in the "ultimatum." "Now Sir, on the date that this notice appeared, I had the misfor- tune to have my motor car and garage destroyed by fire at Te 'Mania. In this fire,.my home was
■threatened," «nd, had there been any wiud at all the iiyes of my vvll.c and children and myseii vere in grave uaiiger. The Fire iirigade was,called by telephone, but Sailed to attend the tire. His worship the Mayor has promised me ail■''■'"investigation, into the cause of this non-attendance and 1 will withhold details in the. meantime. Now Sir, ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SUNDAY NEXT BEFORE ADVENT. Trentham.—B a.m., EC; 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar). Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., Youth Rally Service; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Finlay). Silverstream. —7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Bush). Akatarawa. —7 p.m., Evensong Mr. Tomlin). Rev. N. E. WINHALL, Vicar. METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, November 26th.— Youth Sunday, 11 a.m.and 7 p.m. Sister Edith Beer. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26th. 230 p.m.—Sunday School. 7 p. m .__-Bright Gospel Service.j Speaker, Mr. J. Jarvie. Subject :f "The Incomparable Christ." All ■ heartily welcome. ' .--fife
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
1 POPULAR PRICE NIGHT | 1 8 P.M. FRIDAY 8 P.M. | I Grand Double Feature Programme. | 1 Fist— DICK POWELL PAT O'BRIEN | | IN I I COWHOY FROM BROOKLYN I 1 WITH | S PRISCILLA LANE DICK FOR AN | I Who says the Wild West ain't wild any more?— | I Pardners, it's foamin''at the mouth—a riot of tun g I when the-cowboy from Brooklyn hits the rea> g | Wild West. , I g Approved for Universal Exhibition. | I Also Screening 1 1 JACK HOLT | I 'IN | | TRAPPED IN THE SKY | § Thrills in the air—a film packed with punch | I and excitement. | g Recommended for Adult Audiences. 1 I GIRLS " BOYS I § GREAT SATURDAY MATINEE AT 2 P.M. | I Cartoons, Comedies Galore, Exciting Chapter | g - - of Serial,— and — N g 1 The Thrilling Cowboy Special Picture, Starring § | DICK POWELL PAT O'BRIEN | I"THE COWBOY FROM BROOKLYN" g I Don't miss this Wonderful Matinee Programme. | | 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. g I MONDAY I | The Story. Of | | ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL | h America's most thrilling tale . . ..The man who | I dre...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
. 8 PM SATURDAY 8 P.M. Popular Double Feature Programme. Inspector Hornleigh WITH GORDON HARKER ALAISTAIR SIM Meet Inspector Hornleigh—a fascinatingly ditterenl kind of sleuth who pursues a murderer or a nobby with equal calm. Second— VICTOR McLAGLEN IN EX CHAMP TOM BROWN NAN G^ EY Beaten by life, jeered at by his friends . - by his son ... . yet he gamely refused to take the count—Dramatic with the Jolt of Reality. UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL FOOTPATH IMPROVEMENT. In order to facilitate ratepayers in having satisfact- ory footpaths the Council has decided to ™dertake the concreting of single section frontages at a cost o± W/IU/-. The width of concreting will be 5 feet. This work .will be undertaken only when a number -of adjoining owners notify the Council of their intention of availing themselves of this offer. It wifl be advisable for those wishing to have J hen section frontages concreted the work will be undertaken almost immediately m older of priority. R M WILMSI - IX j R | S ...
YOUNG PEOPLE'S ANNIVERSARY. UPPER HUTT SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 November 1939
YOUNG PEOPLE'S ANNIVERSARY.
UPPER HUTT SALVATION ARMY.
A very successful series of meetings we're held in connection with the Sunday School' Anni- versary at the Salvation Army. recently. Lieut.-Colonel and Mrs. Scot- ney, of."Wellington were the spe- cials for these gatherings. The .'Trentham outpost joined with the Upper Hutt young people for the day. The afternoon service took the form of a '' Primary Afternoon and.the wee tots delighted all with their Singing. At the ,con- - elusion of .--this meeting, prizes were distributed to the Primary and Cradle Roll Children. •Special'singing at each meeting the feature of the day and ' attendances were splendid. The meetings., were brought to a close on Monday night when, the ehil-' dren from Trentham- : and Upper Hutt presented a: very fine, and varied programme. ' The climax of the evening was the idistribu- . tion of the prizes, presented by Mrs. Scotney, Joan Ho wan and . Gilbert Beale being the Dux girl and boy. Special ...