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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 May 1940
WANTED.—Two men, share : room. Good home and board, five:,:- piinutes from ; Station, 35/- ---per week. Apply 'B', 'Leader' Office". :
WANTED TO BUY.--Six sheets used-corrugated iron. Apply c/o ' Leader 'Office..
MARRIED MAN wants position farm: Experience all branches—"H' c/6.Leader
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED:-- . Wages 35/- per week. Good cOrhfortable home. Central Upper Hutt. Apply Mrs. Collins, 37 Mar- tin Street. '•-'"-"_
WANTED KNOWN.-r-That Ad- vertiser is prepared to cut firewood oil a 50-50 basis. Apply 192, 'Leader' Office. , ~ _
SPORTING FIXTURES RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 May 1940
upper Hutt Juniors v. Ketone, iviaius.one rark, mo. l, '6 p.m. — ivi.JL.ove. upper Hutt Thirds v. Taita, Maids .one Par__,; IN6. 2,~3 p.m. — o. Urowh. upper Jiutt Fourths v. Welling- ton, __-linn's Post, No. _, 6 p.m. — ivi. d. itusseil. Upper Hutt Filths v. Petone, AfViJ-iora K-chool, '6 p.m.— v. vj. ivic- i_.ee.' :.-•■•- ': /■ ,"
HOCKEY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 May 1940
; Tne toilowing teams will repre- sent tne upper j_iu.. VVarri6r_.' j_i;o___ey Club .on Saturday, ith may. "'•-. ."•.' pernor B:— K. Murray/ V. ■___(._■ (_f. lVicuowaii, (j.. i_ouper, .N. Urxgg, JN. Wailis, _.; Clyde, M. -tfutener, J. yvvan, _L..ivicMahon, l_. -boya, r. Sutherland.. d uiiior:—H. W atso'h, JU. Faulk- ner, -U Clarke, T. \Viiliams, A. Me-- ivianon, Jj. Hintz, J__. Jb 1 arrow, J. Alien, i\'.-iiidgewprtn, W. Thomp- son, Jj.. Forrest, F, Nigiitingale: TJiirds:—J. Cooke, «J. Durham, J. (voiding;, W. Frater, M, Pearcej ej/. J..-arrow', J. Wiiiiams. Fy J~a__.es, JJ. Moulder, —-. Tiiorder, S. .Stew- K. Jb\ Trappit,: M. iKurth, J. Clark. ' -■:..:./ ■-■ .Special buS| will leave Upper Hutt,. 1 p.m. sharp, stopping where required to pick: up members. Any player hot available, please ring 201 before 7- p.m. Friday. Members are . that a special meeting will be held in the -.-.cord Hall to-night (Thursday), 2ud ivi_y, at 7.30 p.m.
Hutt Valley Troop Legion of Frontiersmen. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 May 1940
Hutt Valley Troop Legion of Frontiersmen.
■ The Hutt j alley Troop of the Legion of Frontiersmen attended the Annual Anzac. •Service held in the Christ Church, Taita, on Sun- ; day evening last. ' The service was \ conducted by : the Rev. Padre C. Fry, who gave: ai description of tlie first Anzac mornmg. He said that this ser- vice was to keep green in our memory the- sacrifice ■'-.'_ that was made and we should think of the men and women unseen, andthat - the best preparation for death -was living a good life.? ' In his benediction, he read to the following;: Go forth into the .world in peace: be of good cour- age: hold fast to that which is good: render to, no man evil for evil:-strengthen the faint hearted: help the afflicted and honour all men. V • After the_ service supper was in the Parish Hall by the ladies of 'the Church Committee arid Padre Fry welcomed the Troop and friends stating he al- ways looked forward to seeing them at the service although the weather was not ...
UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, MAY 5th. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 May 1940
UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL.
SUNDAY, MAY sth.
2.30 p.m.—Sunday School. Special Meetings. ; ;■;■-.Mi*....' .Oheiiery will (D.V.) con- tinue his addresses on Thessalon- iahs. -'■ .•'-.: Sunday, 2.45 p.m.—Subject: "Baptism.; 7 p.m., Bright Gospel Service. Suhject: ''Lost and Found." Tuesday, 7.30 . p.m.—Subject: "Translation of the Church." Thursday, 7.30 p.m.—Subject: "Things Which Must be -Here- after."; .'.■:'*.■■ '.-.-. ■ A Hearty Invitation -is 'Extend-■ :
SILVERSTREAM FAREWELLS CONSTABLE C. STEWART. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 May 1940
SILVERSTREAM FAREWELLS CONSTABLE C. STEWART.
During the Silverstream Fire Brigade Re-union on Friday even- ing last, Supt, W. Mason, in fare- welling. Stewart,: stated that the 11 years Mr. Stewart had been among' them had been very - pleasant, and -the people would miss him very much. The Super- intendent, on behalf of the people of Silverstream, -wished both Mr. and Mrs. Stewart every, success in the future.... " In; reply, Constable Stewart stated he was sorry in a way he was leaving Upper Hutt,. as dur- "ing the past 11' years", he had made some-: very fine friendships which were going to be hard to lose. Mr. .and Mrs. Stewart 's;. health was lustily drunk with musical honours. LOST. — Stanley; Smoothing Plane, about Easter-time, be- tween Trentham and Upper Hutt. Reward. Parry, Builder, Upper Hutt."-■'■:■-.-..-• :': -' :
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 May 1940
»-• ', -:~y ■" "Baa ■ <<ap»;.. ~ ■ iffl_Jj -_sta _______.- ' ,■-&■ _H_i JS_ <_«_&■ VEte | FRIDAY 8 P.M. 8 PM. FRIDAY j | Another Thrilling Double Feature Show « (1) Richard Arlen Anna Nagel Anrty Devine 1 : est :■■■.. § LEGION OF ■L'vSt FLYERS fl -.-.Discredited by the world—yet fighting their way & back to an honoured the. Sky Zooming J 8 through by sheer grit—Fighting Flying Fiends! - \ fi (2) BORIS KARLOFF I | The Man They,! Could Not Hang f 8 Boris the Terrible, in a brand new version of a | B famous story, founded on fact. I fl Gripping Entertainment. •' - J fi 2 p.m. 8 p.m. SATURDAY 2 p.m. 8 p.m. \ g 8 p.m. MONDAY 8 p.m, | 8 A Triumph in Tcchnicolbur (j THE VALLEY OF THE GIANTS 8 From the Famous Story by Peter B. Kyne. | B S Starring f g Wayne. Morris — Claire Trevor — Charles Bickf ord 8 Mighty men fought and died that the largest things g on earth might live—Titans of the Redwood Forests \ —A mighty story, glorious in Natural Colour. 8 Boys and Girls — W...
TRENTHAM SCHOOLCOMMITTEE BIENNIAL REPORT FOR YEARS. 1939-1940. COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 May 1940
BIENNIAL REPORT FOR YEARS. 1939-1940.
Chairman,- T. Clyina; Hon. Sec- retary and Treasurer, J. T. King; Committee, Messrs. Johnston, O. Sims, Duncan,; V. Calder, Neale, E. Carr, Tatham..,
Ladies and Gentlemen, We .herewith, present for your perusal the • Annual Report and Balance Sheet for the year ending 31st February, 1940. The. Committee, though gradu- ally decreasing in size, still con- tinued to function in an active mariner, and ; it is felt that its activities on behalf of the children and the school is well up to the high standard, set by previous Committees.;-. During the; past twp years : the School. Qommittee have been activ- ely engaged in raising funds for the various Junctions, held on be- half of the children. ' The funds benefited greatly from the very excellent concert by the pupils, held in the Camp Cinema. Not omly was" the con- cert a financial ; success,, but the performances of the pupils-them- selves,...
UPPER HUTT SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 May 1940
UPPER HUTT SCHOOL.
Ladies and Gentlemen,— On behalf of the School, we pre- sent for your information the fol- lowing report' on conduct of the affairs of the School during the Committee's biennial term of office. . The following Report was pre- sented by the Secretary:—- . - The roll number of the School s.hows, a slight increase each year particularly in the Infant Depart- ment... The total number of chil- dren attending the School at the present date is 370 of which 100 are in the -infant department. Since its inception, the Com- mittee have made repeated , re- quests to the Education Board, the Education Department, r and "through the local member of Par-
liament for this district, to the Minister oiMiiducation, for increas- ed accommodation in the Infant School and remodelled and mod- ernised classrooms in the main school, but apart from acknow- ledgements by the Education -Board that the requests are justi- fied,- no apparent move has been made so far to improve the...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940
THE GEANGE CAKRYiNG CO. LTD. WH(>l_ESA____ DEALERS A CARRIERS. Daily Serviceto Wellington. Linie, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76M. Wellington 42-044.
LEN. BENGE MOTbR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars. . Battery Charging. Ace. WSlding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT.
THURSDAY. MAY 9th, 1940.
Registered at the G-.P.0., Welling- > T -.q ton as a newspaper. N
THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940
THEY SAY— WHAT DO THEY SAY?
(By the 'Listener.')
THAT some of our City Fathers certainly got a shock on Thursday evening last. r v THAT the Bombshell put over by the Mayor certainly upset their equilibrium. THAT the idea of lesser Com- mittees will, no doubt, speed mat- ters up. THAT Councillor Rendle will no doubt be relieved to - .know that residents will not be chasing him now as regards the state of the roads. THAT His Worship, as Chair- man of the Works Committee, will certainly have to show some improvement to satisfy the, people. THAT the new Committee was certainly present on Thursday evening, although like a wise head was. a good listener. THAT the lo'caV football team got it in the neck on Saturday last, when they met Petone. THAT evidently the coach has not yet got the right material to work on. THAT we would like to where the McCarthy's, Mortons and Whiteman's are this season. THAT surely they are not going to let the "team down. THAT the Hockey Boys have sta...
POPPY DAY COLLECTIONS: [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940
POPPY DAY COLLECTIONS:
Poppy Day collections at Upper Hutt this year amounted to £30/- ---17/1, which constituted a record as far as can be ascertained for the district. The Executive of N 'the local R.S.A. wish to convey their sin- ' cere appreciation to the ladies who so ably assisted to raise this total; also to the Headmasters of the local schools who once again co- opted with the Committee.
UPPER HUTT RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940
UPPER HUTT RED CROSS SOCIETY.
A special meeting of the above. Society in conjunction with the St. John's Ambulance was held on Monday evening to go into the ways and means •of raising funds for the sick and wounded. His Worship the Mayor, Mr. J. Blewman, presided, and among, those present were representa- tives from the Women's Institutes, W.D.F.U., Upper Hutt Bowling, Croquet and Tennis Club and Men's Hockey Club. ' The following proposals were submitted and approved:—Art Union for Fur Coat; Copper Trail, organised by Mi;. C. A. Rendle; Baby Competition! arranged 'by Committee, (prize donated by Mr. J. Crawford) ; Children's Party, organised by Nurse Little-(Plun- ket) ; Concert, arranged*by Jun- ior Red Cross; Golf Competition, arranged by Mesdames Hunter and Ward. It was decided to open proceed- ings on Sunday, May 12th (Flor- ; ence Nightingale's birthday), and appeals will be made through the Churches. A Street Day will be held on Thursday, May 23rd • and the ap- peal "wi...