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RESERVES COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 November 1939
V The Reserves Committee under the Chairmanship of Councillor 11. Poison, recommended that the Housing Committee investigate and report on the question of; a caretaker's- residence in Maidstone •Park.' .:'■.'"./'.; "/' \ : Councillor Richardson, a mem- ber of the Committee, stated that he was against the; suggestion. -,•_-. Councillor Clyma: The position' is that; this home might suit the present caretaker, but may not be suitable for the next man who fol- lowed Mr. Dalton. The Mayor: Such a residence would cost between. £1,100 and £1,200 and I would-iiot be agree- able to it unless it was put before .the ratepayers.. jlWe cannot com;- . Mit the Borough to any further unessential expense on the Park.; Councillor Greig" stated that' when the Council went into "the matter; of housing-with the Min- ister, his advice was to build for our own employees. The Park was purchased by special order with- out the sanction of the ratepay- ers, so why suggest;putting thi...
PUBLIC SERVICES COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 November 1939
PUBLIC SERVICES COMMITTEE.
- -_ . # The following recommendations were adopted from the Public Services Committee (Chairman, . Councillor Greig) :— Numbering of Houses.—The Gommittee recommends that sample numbers be obtained to- -gether Wjith a map oi the Bor- ough. It was suggested that Mr. u. Jiush check up the streets and ■sub-divisions and. refer to the Committee before the numbering of houses is carried out. y Sale Yards, Daigeiy v, .. The Committee recommends that Uie proposed improvements to the Sale' Yards b,e referred to spector to see that the ■wSvtiTis carried out according -to —agreed inent. - fRHUTT Fly Nuisance —Refuse '""Racing Stables. —A letter was received from the Defence Department re- garding stable refuse' within the .Borough and it was reported that the Inspector has the matter in hand for immediate attention. Light—John Street.—The Com- recommends that a light be erected on the 4th pole in John Street on a seven years' annual charge of £3/11/8. Then, £...
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 November 1939
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE.
The business at the monthly meeting was mostly of a routine character. Mr. W- Forbes was elected a working member of the; Brigade. Several firemen notified their intention of entering for some of the events at the Domin- ion Competitions -at Petone, to -be held next March. On a recent \ Saturday afternoon, the firemen ■formed themselves into a working bee, aiid under the valuable and : cheerful" supervision of Mr. W._ Gardj .plastered the whole of the station floor in ;a x pleasing shade of -greenj and laid down wooden . runways for the : motor. Last Sunday the Brigade must-; ered strongly for a church parade at the local/Presbyterian Church. The preacher was Rev. Walsh, of /Johnsonyille, 'who, taking the apostle' Paul for his 7 subject, r urged,his hearers to follow.in the steps of that great; man. At the " conclusion of the service, the ; ladies of the congregation provid- ed supper for 'the firemen and their, friends, an innovation great- ly; appr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 November 1939
Only A Few Left THE IDEAL GIFT FOR OVERSEAS. CHRISTMAS NUMBERS OF NEW ZEALAND ILLUSTRATED ANNUALS. 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 J 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 Otago Daily Times" and "Witness" Annual 3/- THOMPSON'S BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
TEE GKEANGE CO, LTD. WHOIiESAI/E DEALERS * Daily Service to Wellington. And Bricks Supplied. Telephony; Upper Hutt No. 76. Wgton. 42-044.
READERS DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING LOCALLY
THURSDAY, MCEMBEtR Tift, 1939:
Registered ; at v the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper. r - ;
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER T,i. ... P. Repairs to all makes of Cars. ' Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. ' Tyres 'and Oils' Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT.
UPPER HUTT PLUNKET SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
UPPER HUTT PLUNKET SOCIETY.
SUCCESSFUL STREET DAY. The above Society held a very successful Street Day on Friday • last, and the President and Com- mittee are grateful to all .who gave donations or sent goods to the stall, also to all ,who patron- ised the stall. Thanks is also expressed to the Borough Council for the loan of tables, etc., and to Mrs. Fisher for morning and afternoon tea to the helpers. Great interest was taken in the competition for the lovely doll, donated by Mrs. Blackley, and dressed by Mrs. A. R. Jones. This was eventually won by a little girl aged 10' years. A beautiful cushion, made by Mrs. McCurdy, was still a further worthy contri- bution towards the Society's funds. The following ladies under the President (Mrs. Rogers), were re- sponsible for the sale of goods, etc.: —Mesdames W. Thomas, Treasurer; Blackley, Milne, Craw- ford, Zorab, Jones, Campbell and "Watt (Hon. .Secretary). WANTED KNOWN.—Dressed Doll, winning number, 334, An- nette Raymond, Whak...
THEY SAY-WHAT DO THEY SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
THEY SAY-WHAT DO THEY SAY.
(By the Listener).
THAT a certain Councillor wanted to- know what right so- and-so had- answering the r 'phone. -THAT the same Councillor did not ask the 5, question at the en- quiry. ; THA£ a nag. day will he held to-morrow (Friday) for the sol- diers .Special Cheer. • THAT we-hope: the puplic will not he: frighten to dip down ; deep and help the boys, t.o:§njoy Xmas;. THAT already the Committee has re ; Q.eiyed a very; nice donation, towards the "'" THAT the Women's Division, Farmers' Union pu.t on a'great turn but for the boys last Friday evening at the EjS.A. Booms. ; THAT in conversation with Councillor Rendle, he. informed us lie was definitely in favour of a Swimming Bath at the Park. THAT we are 100 per cent, with him, what,say you Charlie ! THAT our Mayor is a very busy man at present, but not too busy '■to have a corker garden.- THAT we are of opinion that the power pole the north side of King Street on the Main Road is a distinct dan...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. T. IIUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. V :;/:;.,: BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD ÜBRER HUTT. One Quality Only / THE, BEST. ; •SWAN BRAND" Cooked: Ham, Luncheon, Bray/n ', Sausages, Bacon, kept in latest Shei- vad.or Refrigerator. A "■-.. lIAIN ROAD 'Phone 134 M; We Deliver. HOTEL UPPER.- HUTT • T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. - FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R. G. H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. — Main Road. UPPER HUTT. Carbonettes, Coke, Screened Coal. The best in firewood requirements. 7 UPPER , HUTT SCHOOL AN;NUAL CONGERrT will be- held in the MAJESTIC THEATRE UPPER HUTT ON TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, December 12th and 13th, at 8 p.m. Colourful Dutch Operetta. Admission: 1/6 and 1/-.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
ANNOUNCEMENT. NATURE'S HEALTH CENTRE 166A Jackson Street, PETONE. MR. STENTON TAYLOR, Principal of the above, wishes to-announce that for the benefit of the Upper Hutt Clients he may be consulted at his rooms at Merton Street, Trentham. Mr. Taylor is a qualified Medical Herbalist and Die- tetian, being a member of the National Association of Medical Herbalists" of Great Britain, and assures intend- ing clients of his personal attention at all times, with all consultations absolutely free. We specialize in the following diseases: — Catarrh, Neuritis, Asthma, "Eczema, x Pimples, Psoriasis, Anemia, Gallstones, Piles, Lung Trouble, Constipation, Worms, Blood pressure, Rheumatism, Arthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Stomach Troubles, Liver Troubles, Elxcessive Weight, Gravel and diseases of the Kidney, and many other complaints. WHY NOT LET NATURE TRY. Stenton Taylor, M.N.A.M.H., Great Britain. Late Pascoe's Health Supply, Wellington and Auckland. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thu...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
SILVERSTREAM FERE BRIGADE. GRAND DANCE IN THE SOCIAL aUjt,SIIiVERSTREAM DEC: 13th, 1959. AdmissibnVoents 2/-, Ladies 1/6. Bus leaves Upper Hutt P.O. 8 p.m. ■C. HANNIBAL, Hon. Sec. WAYSIDE CABARET, ' J^'< ' : : DANCE EVERY .SATURDAY NIGHT. Norm. CrofVs"New Century- Dance Band Novelties — Good Prizes — Excellent' Supper. Silverstream Social Qlub DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT. GRAND DANOE 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 I . ~,-s- - > r'r* i ■";•'". EVERY SATURDAY — RECORD HALL 1/6 — ADMISSION — 1/6 TIP TOP qRCHESTRA. A. K. JOWITT Main Road,! Upper Hutt. Racquets Re-strung by Experts. Reasonable Rates. All Classes of Repairs.
I ROYAL EXCHANGE J I ASSURANCE I 9 (Incorporated in England) X g Specialises in | | ACCIDENT and § § SICKNEiSS I § INSURANCE. J | FARMERS— § 1 BUILDERS— I B all Master Workers g § enquire for 8 d particulars from g gHUTT VAL...
TRENTHAM WOMAN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
TRENTHAM WOMAN'S INSTITUTE.
There was a good attendance ; at a recentymeetingypf the Tren- tham "Women's Institute, which was presided, .oyer-by Mrs. Kitch- en. The Annual Flower Show was held and the hall had a"very gay appearance. The following were the prize-winners:—Mrs. Oliver, 5 firsts; Mrs. Johnston, 4 firsts; Mrs. Kitchen, 3 firsts, and Mrs. Lay Poole and McGrath, 1 each, Mrs. Oliver won the cup for the best flower, and also a special prize for the most number of points. Mrs. Cooper won the first prize for malt biscuits. The, Trentham-Silverstream Dramaf Circle entertained with a bright little play, "Lucky Cinderella." Each member and producer was presented with a posy. Mrs." Oliver and Mrs. McGrath were appointed delegates to the half- yearly Council meeting.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The Annual - Concert of the Uper Hutt School will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, and parents and friends are cordially invited. Among the variety of enter- tainment will be a colourful Dutch Operetta, produced by the . senior scholars. Reader's attention are drawn to the advertisement in this-issue of a qualified Medical Herbalist and Dietetian who resides in the dis- trict. Mr. Taylor specialises in many complaints, so why npt con- sult him if yon suffer from any of the diseases mentioned in the ad- vertisement.
INVALID INJURED. STRUCK BY MOTOR-CAR... [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
STRUCK BY MOTOR-CAR...
Miss Mary Craig, an invalid, Main Road, Upper Hutt, was knocked .down by a motor-ear while being" wheeled across the . Main Road, "on Tuesday after- noon, and received head injuries. She was taken to hospital by the Free Ambulance. Miss Craig had been wheeled along the left-hand side of the road in a southerly direction, and the accident happened when she was being pushed across the road toward her home.
SILVERSTREAM DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
Considering the adverse wea- ther conditions on Saturday even- ing last, the Silverstream Social Club's dance was again a great success. Among the large assembly present were a large number of men in uniform: The Excelsior - Dance Band continues to supply the Rhythm which is greatly en- joyed by all who visit Silver- stream.
DO YOU KNOW THIS? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
DO YOU KNOW THIS?
The first sports ground formed in Wellington was the Basin Re- serve. As long ago as 1857 a petition was presented to the Provincial Government of Well- ington requesting that the "ship's basin" and the site- of the pro- posed canal be set aside for a public park. That petition was- not granted till 1863, the work of draining the area being accom- plished with prison labour. The work was slow, but the first cricket match was played on the western half of the ground in 1868. .
SOLDIERS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
The R.S.A. Rooms were ' the .centre of gaiety on Friday even- . ing last, when members of the Wo- men's Division, Farmers' Union acted as hostesses to the Special Force. Games and dancing was' the order of the evening, interspersed with community singing. During the evening, Master Bobby McCrea gave a splendid exhibition of tap-dancing which was greatly appreciated by all present. A sumptuous home-made supper was provided "and the soldiers done full justice to it. Mrs. F. Whiteman officiated at the piano, assisted by Mr. W. Hazelwood on the banjo. -- The President 'of the R.S.A., Mr. ,S. F. Carver, in a short ad- dress, wished the boys the best of luck, stating that most of them were leaving Trentham durinig the" week-end for special training up north. At the conclusion of the even- ing, a member of the Special Force thanked the W.D.F.U. for putting on such a great evening, also to the R.S.A. for the way they are entertaining, the boys. The proceedings cl...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 7 December 1939
NOTE. No Advertisements or news will be accepted for publication after 9 a.m. on Wednesdays. Casual Advertisements will only be received if money is enclosed with copy. FOR S ALE.--Motor Cycle, JB.S;Ai. Sloper; Just re-bor- ed, in good condition. £20 or oEet. Apply Lancaster js Store, Silverstream. FOR BALE.—Tent, good order, 8 x 8, 4ft. 6in. walls. Any day but Sundays. Godber, Silver- stream. ; ; v WANTED TO iSELL.—Dark Rimu 6-piece Dining Suite. Apply Lancaster's Store, Silver- stream. FOR SALE.—Croquet Mallet, igood condition, £1 cash. *H. e/o 'Leader' Office. - %. WANTED TO RENT.—Two un- furnished rooms. Central pre- ferred: Reasonable. 164, c/o 'Leader' Office. AKATARAWA. TWO good level sections, % acre each' and 2-roomed whare, furnished and all electric. Sec- tions pick of the district. River on back boundary with swimming pool and fishing ground. -Sections planted .with potatoes and laid out in lawns. For quick sale, £350. Terms given. HUTT VALLEY LAND AGENCY. Telephone 76L....