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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
CHRISTMAS GREETINGS TO OUR READERS. We this opportunity of extending to our readers the Season ■ s Greetings and \ #ishing them abundant prosperity for the New • .Year; 1 -■'... BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. MRS. KIRK AND FAMlLYvwish-: '-.-, esvto sMcerely::.;th'ank their many Isindtfriehds for sympathy and 'floral tributes>'-in ; their recent sad- bereavement. ~; of; Money on Wed- nesday afternoon, between Upper Hutt P.O. and Bank,—Reward on returning to Bank WANTEp.—A middle-aged help, ; able to cook-, 30/- per week. Apply 'Phone 89, Upper, Hutt.; ■RANTED.— Girl "for light house- . work. 181 c/o ' deader' Office. WANTED TO Tent, suitable two boys, £1/2/-. Morrall, Logan Street.:/ FOR SALE.—TwO ; Camp Stretch- ers; also new light wheelbar- row. Apply 'Leader' Office. SILVERSTREAM MAUL, NEW YEAR'S NIGHT DANCE MONDAY, JANUARY Ist, 1940. DANCING FROM 8 P.M. — ?'s,'■ Excellent Supper. All kinds of ■■'■'■- Novelties. MAKE YOUR PORT. OF CAli THAT NIGHiT ■ Y - ■'■■•• li - NOTICE:: •:•;..;. :-/■&...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
BEFORE SELECTING YOUR mm PRESENTS BIGGS SERVICE STORE Where an Useful Gifts and ; Novelties are on Show. Prices To JSuit Everyone, The Store For Service. . ;/■ HERE IS THE NEWS. W ' SHAMBURG, Dec. 20th by Radio. ; We have found that a division of forces hardly shows good generalship and, suiting. action to conviction, have- disposed of our , Service Station to Mr. E. R. Menzies.-—Just call him Ted, he likes it. During.our three and.a half years at the Heretaungar Service Station, we madevery little money but we can boast of making some friends. ■'... Yv ' ; '"^ - All our efforts have been directed towards making; for ourselves a-reputation for clean and honest, dealing and we have endeavour- ed always to mete out the treatment we ourselves would expect to receive. > '. - Radio Department is now operating from the Majestic. Theatre Building in Upper Hutt, where Radio and all electrical home appliances may be purchased for cash; or the same confidential terms ' that are available i...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
1%/W Jk A WW& Boxing Night — TUESDAY — Boxing. Night 8 p.m. AWJI 4JH. JL ML Cm. bß_Bl%/ Splendid Holiday Double Feature Programme. —— BULLDOG DRUMMOND'S BRBDE "- :' WITH ' SPECIAL XMAS HOLIDAY ARRANGEMENTS John Howard — Heather Angel — l%g, Denny. PTCTUPTTcj pvf-rv ttrrr-WT . The latent and most thrilling of.the Bulldog Dtrum- ;. jrioiu±CJi,fc> J!,VI!,±CY NIGHT. mond pictures.. Bnimmond again gets" his wedding ft-nTYi v™«« w„ c.l, • in-- i, rt 8 tangled up with a thrilling crime hunt, and You get 8 p.m. Friday—Xmas Eve Shopping Night 8 p.m. , your most exciting screen thriU., r . - SHIRLEY TEMPLE BILL ROBINSON '8 Also/Screening • ■'«'■ bertlahr | MILLIOH DOLLAR LEGS . (The Lion of"The Wizard of Oiz") g <. »"»■*"* «^fcM« ; kb«o IK ' 8 BETTY GRABLE JACKIE COOGAN * 'a' ~ % % ✓->« 8 The screaming Comedy Romance of a Million Dollar JllSt ArOUHCI tlie Corner 5 Beauty who Flirts her way-through College. An delightful comedy. A picture that turns on the \ 8 P.M. WEDNESDAY BPM s...
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the 'Listener.') THAT its twenty and ten in Wellington now. THAT a well-known white lorry in the district will be running on a twin engine after Saturday.' THAT a Trentham resident was game enough to bike to the Ex- ■ .hibition the'other .Sunday. THAT you can bet he ' was -a little worse for -the ride. , THAT during ;the floods last week both the local policemen, and also the Traffic Inspector did excellent work. • r ' -_' s ■ THAT one correspondent has . forwarded us the following:— THAT the Kerb arid Channel- ling troupe caravan is still in the Borough. THAT the rumour it had disap-," peared somewhere around by the railway turntable was wrong. c THAT residents may be assured this familiar-.vehicle will be seen again presently moving around the highways and by-ways with the regularity which characterised its previous movements. THAT for our correspondent's - information we know where to find it. THAT the caravan and its gang of men are doing exc...
CONVENT SCHOOL BREAK-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
CONVENT SCHOOL BREAK-UP.
The pupils of the Convent. School held their" annual break-up last Friday, Bth December. The date this year was earlier than usual," because the. children will be commencing the new school year of 1940, earlier than usual. Children are expected back at school by 23rd January, in-order to have time to prepare ' for the important event in the first week . of February—the .Catholic Con- gress in .connexion with the Cen- tennial Celebrations. Rev. Father Brennan, in a happy speech, congratulated the pupils on a very successful year, evidence of which was given by the large number of prizes, won at the re- cent Hutt .Show. The prize-giving ceremoiry was preceded by a short programme of verse-speaking, singing, euryth- mics and national dancing, all of a high standard of excellence. Following is the prize list, also a list of winners at the Show: — Dux of the School :■ Con Jillett. The medal was donated by- our Mayor, Mr. Blewman. Highest Marks. —Std. 5: Pat...
BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
Last Saturday's Senior Pennant; games resulted in-' a draw for Upper Hutt against Lyall Bay Club. Two teams away, skipped by A. Mumby and H. Reynolds were defeated,' and two teams at home, skipped by J. Goodwin and J. Brown won their games. WANTED TO BUY.—Modern house, about" 5 rooms," vicinity- Upper Hutt. Good deposit. S.O.S. c/o 'Leader' Office.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
Mr. B. Roberts, M.P., was around the district during the week-end viewing the damage done by the recent floods and tak- ing practical'steps to have it re- paired. , .' We are pleased to state that the Mayoress, Mrs. Blewman, will be abek among us again this week, after-her sojourn in hospital. WANTED TO RENT.—Tren- tham, 4 or 5-roomed house. A. , Browne, Beth Street.
SILVERSTREAM DANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
Dancing- patrons will be well catered for during the festive sea- son- at Silverstream. The usual Saturday night dance will be held this week-end and on Saturday. December 30th, the Social Com- _,- mittee are putting on a Joy Night r . which will be full of surprises. On Monday evening, January Ist, 1940, a special dance has been arranged and the Committee re- sponsible- for that night are de- termined to make it one to be re-' membered for a long while to come.
WHIPPET RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
i - The Petone and Trentham Whip- ' pet Racing Club's Combined , Trophy Meeting held on Saturday last at the Trentham .Racecourse was a most successful venture and < augurs well for the local club. The racing was very keen and the sports present had a very en- joyable afternoon. The Secretary for the local Club, Mr. P. Hodge, put in a lot ■ of organising to make.the venture a success and is to be congratulat- ed ; also his Committee who so ably assisted throughout.
RACE RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
The following are the results:— ™ by Mr. Howe, of Wellington) : Ist. Maiden Race (trophy donated . Mr. H. Scaife's "Empire"; 2nd, S Mr. J. Perrett's "Race-Card." j Light-weight Handicap.—lst, i Master W. Armstrong's "Soya j Bean; 2nd, Mr. S. Marshment 's, v "Great Memory." Middle-weight Handicap.—lst, Mrs. J. Nicholas's "Roamerette"; . 2nd, Mr. P. Fitzgerald s "Pepper Lad." Improver's Race. —(Trophies do- ■ nated by Messrs. P. Reardon and' G. Williams) : Ist, Mr. J. Perrett's "Lady- Blonde"; 2nd, Mr. H. Scarfc's "Empire." .Second Class Handicap.— (Trophy donated by Wright, 'Ste- phenson &' Co.) : Ist, Mr. R Coir / lin's "Wallaroo"; 2nd', Mr. H. Scnife's "Empire." s Onen Handicap.—(Cup-donated \ by.T. A. George, Esq.) : • Ist, Mrs. i J. Nicholas's "Roamerette"; 2nd: I Mr. P. Reardon's "Matoru." j Free-for-All Hurdles.—lst: Mr. 1 G. Marsden's "Gold Desert"; j 2nd: Mr. G. Tripp's "King Fern." | WANTED.—Seaside Bach fovjt month or six weeks. .-Particu- •> lars...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
CHURCH ±^QxlOft&. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. ADVENT IV. Trentham.—B a.m., .H.O. j 7'p.m., Carol Service (Vicar). Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., Matins; 7 p.m., Evensong (ivir. Finlay). Silverstream:—7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Snell). Akatarawa.—7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Tomlin). CHRISTMAS DAY. Trentham.— 6. 4s a.m., and 11 a.m.,' H.C. Upper Hutt.—B -a.m., H.C. * Silverstream. —9.30 a.m.,' H.C. SUNDAY AFTER CHRISTMAS. _, Trentham.—ll a.m., Litany, and H.C; 7 p.m. Evensong (Mr. Snell). ■ " ' . ,- ■ v Upper Hutt.—B arm., H.C.;" 7 .p.m., Evensong (Vicar). Silverstream.—7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Avery). Akatarawa.—7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Finlay): NEW I YEAR'-S DAY. Trentham, —8 a.m., H.C. NOTE.—Flowers for Christ- mas church decorations will bo very acceptable. -They may be left at the churches in the morning of Saturday, 23rd. Rev. N. E. WINHALL, Vicar" PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw (Prize-Giving) ; 7 p.m. v Rev. J. C, McCaw, Trentham.—7 p.m., Bible-Class. Silverstream. —7 p.m., Supply....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 21 December 1939
UPPER HUTT BRANCH. The President and Executive mem- bers of the above Branch cordially extends to all its members A Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New . Year. W. A. MACNAB, S. F. CARVER, Hon. Sec. President. ; N J , FLAG DAY. T:HE MAYOR AND COUNCIL: LORS wish to' convey their appreciation to the residents of Upper, Hutt for the generous re- » sponse to the recent Flag Day ap- peal. . - • . ) J. BLEWMAN, . • Mayor.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 April 1940
FRIDAY, "APRIL 23rd, 1940.
Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper.
:len. benge i t ; MOTOR ENGINEER $ 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. TIPPER HUTT.
TRENTHAM SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 April 1940
His Worship the Mayor presid- ed at the Biennial meeting', of the Ti'eiitham School, there being a :..-. large numbei- of householders present. The presentation of the Report and Balance Sheet was left in the capable hands of the Secretary, (Mr. Chapman), which showed that there were £60 of a credit balance.- The Chairman, v congratulated the outgoing Committee on their splendid work, also *Mr. Blewman on behalf of those present, thank- ed Mr. F. Thompson, Headmaster and his teaching staff for the way r they had carried out their duties. The following Committee were elected:— : Chairman, Mr T. Clyma, Treasurer, Mr. 0. B.Simm; Secre- tary, Mr. T. G. Chapman; Com- mittee, Messrs. C. E. Good, W. C. Brizzle, T. G. Smith, A. Johnson, J. H. McGrath. anct G.H. Cottle.
FOOTBALL, [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 April 1940
Upper Hutt Juniors v. Hutt (Army), Maidstone Park, No. 1, 3 p.m., A. M. Fletcher. Upper Hutt Thirds, Ist. Divi- sion, v. Miramar, Maidstone Park, No. 2, 3 p.m., A. Parker. Upper Hutt Thirds, 3rd Divi- sion, v. Athletic, Quinn's Post, No. 1, 3 p.m., J. P. Brown.
HOSPITAL BOARD NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 April 1940
HOSPITAL BOARD NOTES.
..Through the courtesy of Mr. J. Purvis, Hospital Board repre- sentative, the following notes are available:— During the month of February, vthere were 778 admissions to the main Wellington Hospital and 722 discharges,, an average of 484;62 daily. On the . 29th Fjebruary, 1940, there were 615 patients in hospital. A reduction of approximately 18 per cent, lias been made by the Hospital Board in the amount pro- posed to be levied on local au- thorities for both capital and maintenance purposes during Mr. Purvis stated that ." the reduced levy was due princi- - pally to the operation of the Social Security' Act, which became effective so far- as Hospital bene- fits were concerned on July Ist, 1939. The apportionment among the contributing authorities for the current financial year, . compared with last year's* is .as follows:— Wellington City - (1940-41) £93449/11/4, (1939-40), £116,464,- ---16/8; Hutt Oounty (1940-41), £7,172/11/4, (1939-40), £8,742/- ---1...