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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 February 1939
UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R.C H. ASKEW Mainßd. Phone 37 S. COALETG. DRY WOOD per cwt. LARGE SACKS PACKED FULL. s. d. per sack TAUPD3I HOUSE KINDLING ........ 2 6 (large coal) 1 . . .'. 4 2 BIRCH /.,.-' : s 3 TAUPIRI KITCHEN ■iiirrwn ' • 2 3 (sinaU coal) ........ 311 on "•••*' RATA ... ; ....'.. • '** ■"" WESTPORT 4 2 kaxa .. .. MKEDCOAI, .......... 4 2 MANUKA «* . _■■ FENCING POSTS NEWCASTLE * 6 Q n STRAINERS. SLACK • 3 ° , "'•■*' Prices for Cord liots CARBOXiiTTES ...... « © on AppUcation, COKE, small bag ........ 2 ® '_______- -,-.■' COKE, large sack ...... ..,'.; '■«" '«■ .'■ DELIVERIES TO Usual Discounts for i ' W - or over. ..-■-. .
R.S.A. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
. It is the "Leader's" intention when space permits, to publish notes of interest 1 to all Returned Soldiers and to that end we shall be pleased to receive any infor- mation from : ' diggers" that will • be of use to this column. ■-'■. No doubt many diggers will re- member Ernest McKinley, when he was a member of the famous ''Kiwi ■' Concert Party in France. Well we are sorry to state that this well-knov'/i composer has lost', his voice and therefore wlLbeun-, able to entertain with his singing in future. Mr. McKinley, is at present re- siding in Sydney. . 3526, R.S.M. "William Harris, who is at".present at the Home of Compassion, Silverstream, enlist- ed in the 10th Hussars, as far back as .October 27th, 1887. He. also served with the sth/Rpy al Irish Lancers, in India. During the Great War,- Mr. Harris was a member of the staff at • Feathers ston, and many hundreds of New- Zealand Mounted Rifles passed through his hands during those years. •
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
It is understood that the opin- ions, criticisms, or suggestions ex- pressed by our correspondents are their own and not necessarily tho views of the "Leader.-/ Corres- pondence can appear undtf a non.- de-plume but correspondents must "'V'fose. their name and address to the Editor.
' ■■"(To. tLe/Editor,) Upper Hutt, " 6th. Feb., 1939. I)ear Mr. Editor, I'm a bit hazy on this point so. will be exceedingly grateful to have "your profoundv judgment upon H/ rThe point"'involves tlKe right technicality to fit a certain action and knowing the proverb of. n 'the' two heads" I'm seeking your help. Am I right in stating:— '<■: That "versatility" is the term applied to a free movement re- sponsive to Whatever direction the winds'blow. ■;"' That "instability" is the term when anything may happen and at any moment probably with un- happy consequences. *. That ''irresponsibility is .the term when one does something to-day but something different to- morrow, with n...
PHYSICAL FITNESS CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
PHYSICAL FITNESS CAMPAIGN
Members of all Sports Bodies and Physical Welfare organisations are invited to assemble at the Courthouse at 12.30 p.m. on Saturday, 25th February, in respective Club uniforms, and proceed-With procession to Maidstone Park. Speeches and displays will be given on arrival at the Park, including: Basketball, Physical Culture, Folk Dancing by School chilren, Boxing, Fancy Dress Foq£- b2(ll,^antl"display by and Silverstream Fire Brigades. ' .v-;". :.''-.V" Items will be rendered by the Upper Hutt Municipal Band Make an effort to attend. •"■•.*■
EGG LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
EGG LAYING COMPETITION.
Upper Hutt breeders have al- ways been well up. the ladder in the egg laying competitioii for many years. To-day is no excep- tion, as we find that two breeders are holding the leading positions for light and heavy birds at the Taranaki s Laying Competition. Mr; J. T. Hazelwood, of Henry Street, again leads the whole com- petition with "a light leghorn pullet and Mr. S. T. Bason, Logan Street, is in a similar position in the heavy breed section. At Papa- nui also, Mr. Bason is leading with the best quality eggs from his .well-known Langshan strain. It is interesting.-to note that the score so :far /ecorded by Mr. J. T. Hazelwood's white leghorn pullet is the highest of any laying com- petition ;in New Zealand this sea- son.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
WELLINGTON FREE AMBULANCE. STREET DAY THURSDAY, FEB. 9th. YOUR HELP IS SOLICITED FOR THIS WORTHY CAUSE. THE GEANGE CARRYING 00. WHOLESALE DEALERS & Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76. 12-606. A HAZELVVOpD MAIN ROAD, UPPER HUTT. LICENSED TO BUY SCRAP METAL BEER, WINE AND WHISKY BOTTLES. GOOD PRICES GIVEN. Ring 201 AND OUR VAN WILIS BE .AT YOUR DOOR.
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. '''/''-. -BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST.
Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS
R. JENNINGS & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
R. JENNINGS & CO.
Desire to advise their numerous clients and people of Upper Hutt and surrounding districts tha* they have opened a Radio Branch in Main .Road, tipper Hutt (North), handling the famous New Zealand product radio '.Cromwell/ also, washing ma- chines, refrigerators and all elec- tric •" appliances. • / . We have engaged -the services of Mr. Len Fogarty as manager, who has had a wide experience in radio-and with his expert kno\v-' ledge our clients can be assured of the best attention at all times. * We invite you to call, when we will be pleased to. demonstrate the latest models of the "Cromwell." •We thank: the people of this Valley for past support yand are confident of the response to our latest effort'to bring.you the ser- vices enjoyed by residents of larg- er towns. There will be ho need. ..for those- who require the help of the time-payment system to go ttf the city. 'This service is, available .here. . f
THE "DOROTHY" BOOK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
THE "DOROTHY" BOOK CLUB.
#1/- LIFE MEMBERSHIP 1/-
Latest additions include— ' . Bulldog Drummond on Dartmoor, by "Sapper." The Lonely Road, by Jeffrey Farnol. Gone Sunwards, by Cecil Roberts. Promenade, by G. B. Lancaster. Swords For Hire, by Douglas Y. Duif Unofficial Wife, by Ruby M. Ayres. One to Live With, by Ruby M. Ayres- Love is.a Flower, by Oliver Sandys. Sparrow Market, by: Hazel Adair. Ruined' City, by "Nevil Shute. The Mad Doctor, by F. J.< Thwaites. Also Books by P. C. Wren, Nellie Scanlon, Denise Robins and others. NEW BOOKS ARRIVING WEEKLY. 3d. &6d. Exchanges: • JOIN NOW.
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
;Mr. W. GrreJg,Main Road, Upper Hutt, celebrated his 76th birthday last week. ' . . '.-.■,Mr..':|Grreig,'wliQ is well-known in. the .district, is a very keen bowler, and has recently returned from the Dominion Bowling Tourna- ment at Auckland. As a member of the Borough Council he has .completed nearly 25' years' service, and at times-has held the position of 'Deputy- Mayor, also Chairman of various* Committees. The "Leader"; extends, its best wishes to Mr. G-reig, and also to Mrs. Greig.
LOAN UNNECESSARY. MAIDSTONE PARK PURCHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
MAIDSTONE PARK PURCHASE.
The purchase," of Maidstone Park by, the Upper Hutt Borough Council for. £6000 wiif r.ot entail the raising of.loan Qioney. Instead, debentures Rrill be issued to the owner, Mr. P. Davis, who is accepting a low rate of interest. A formal application* has been made to the Local Government Loans Board £Ox\ permission to ihake the purchase. The Reserves Committee has ap- proved of.a site for a swimming bath in the park, but work will not start till 'the 7 : Loans Board permission to complete the purchase is received
PHYSICAL WELFARE DEMONSTRATION. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
PHYSICAL WELFARE DEMONSTRATION.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 25th.
y . A fully representative meeting of"the various sports bodies-in conjunction with, the District Committee of ,the Physical Wel- fare met on Monday evening last to finalise arrangements for the parade and demonstration^ The Mayor, Mr. P. Robertson, presided, and in welcoming the delegates, explained the recom- mendations of the. Committee. Mr. Spencer reported that Mr. A. Fitch, would not be available as he was in the South Island, The meeting decided to approach Mr. A. Kitto, who is Chairman of the Wellington Amateur Athletic Association, and invite him to ad- dress the assembly. Mr: Price stated that Mr. Tay- lor of the Workshops had offered to assist by arranging a- demon> stration—also he. would be pleas- ed to have a tableau in the pro- cession. Mrs. Jefcoate suggested that it would, be an excellent idea to have folk-dancing or something similar, by the children .of the district. Mr. JRendle moved that th...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
W. S GILLBANKS General Storekeeper Main Road, TRENTHAM. Agent for Daily Papers. Phone 65, Upper Hutt. A, McKINNON WELLINGTON— UPPER HUTT DAILY FREIGHT SERVICE. Receiving": Depot: J. H ; BROWN "SILVER BELL," MAIN ROAD, UPPER HUTT. F. F. HERCOCK Telephone 66. Goods Delivered. 701b. bag .Sugar, 17/9. Fruit Extracts, 10d. bottle. Everest Washing Powder, 9d. pk't. Sardines in Pure Oil, 5 tins 1/-. TRY OUR BACON, THE BEST. IN TOWN, 1/6 lb. LOOK YOUR BEST , GET THE BEST.- v .' LET LfN RUSCOE LADIES' & GENTS' HAIRDRESSER TRENTHAM ATTEND TO YOUR TONSORIAL REQUIREMENTS. R. JENNINGS & CO. RADIO SPECIALISTS AND .-' SERVICEMEN. ■'/''■.■..'■'.'■■■ . UPPER HUTT. Don't fail to Hear the 5-valve AERLINE RADIO. A, wonderful per- former. £11/10/0. Terms if-desired. Call, write,., or ring: We will be pleased to demonstrate;
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
extra; To those people who are contem- plating purchasing or trading in .a Radio Set. Don't fail to hear and see the latest model 10 Valve "AJLR- LINB" Console Model on „display in our Showroom. A marvellous per- former - and really . a magnificent Cabinet. Call. We will be pleased to de- monstrate this wonderful Radio to you. " . . - R. JEJSTNIIS-GS & CO. RADIO SPECIALIST AND J ''SERVICEMAN. ' '.. Phone 219. UPPER HUTT. Next to Majestic Picture Theatre..
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF SUMMER GOODS AT The Mariette Opp. Council HUTT _ P^e37M. BVER va™G D aE™ S Y g^S D s^ioNs . Don't miss this opportunity to procure sometnmg really worth while at Bedrock Prices. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th. Frocks— Coats — Suits and Millinery. Hosiery, Gloves .and. Underwear. Sale Prices Are Cash Prices. Any Goods Kept On Deposit Till End Of- Sale.
BACK TO SCHOOL AGAIN with all your School Requisites from , .'•; Text Books, Exercise Books, Drawing Books. Memo Books, etc. Also limited Quantity - 200 Page : School Pads; 200 Page 6d, each 6d. Sold only with other books. NOW THEN Be in oh this! FREE! FREE! FREE! With every 5/- school order a Free Ticket for the Matinee Programme at the Mayf air theatre on Saturday, Feb. 3rd or the next two weeks' issue of your favourite weekly. Trump, Wild West, or School di-irls, etc.