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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

Silverstream Social Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT GRAND DANCE Good Music. . Good Supper. Excellent Orchestra. Bus leaves Upper Hutt at 8 p.m. D. A. JACKSON, Hon. Secretary.- ---j DANCE WAYSIDE CABARET, DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT; Novelties — Good Prizes — GOOD DANCE BAND Excellent Supper. """ \. UPPER HUTT WARRIORS HOCKEY CLUB. WAYSIDE CABARET THURSDAY, MAY 9th., 1940. 'Norm. Croft's Dance Band. Excellent. Supper. Good Floor. " Subs.: Gent's 2/6. Ladies 2/-. (Free Bus leaves P. 0., 8 p.m.) T. W. LIGHTFOOT Real Estate-Agent liicensed Auctioneer Several Cheap Houses and Sections FOR SALE PHONE 283. THIS ! UPPER HUTT BOY SCOUT TROOP .NNUAL GENERAL MEETING. FRIDAY; MAY 10th, 1940, AT 8 P.M. '■ All interested are invited to , attend: FLOWERS BY WIRE. Vhen someone dear to you is ill, Telegraph some flowers. Nothing else can do so much, To cheer the lonely hours. -Mrs. R. J. Campbell, Floriste, Birch Street, > Upper Hutt. • * We Telegraph Flower?. I 'Phone 765. I GARDEN LIME. I 4/3 Per Ba...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

LABOUR PARTY EUCHRES; AFTER-this week the Euchre Parties will be held on Tues- day night' in the R.S.A. Rooms, Upper Hutt. Admission 1/-.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

LABOUR PARTY GUESSESTG ' COMPETITION: Winner:—Mr. A. Bryant, BookYB: No. 14. FOR SALE.—24 White Leghorn" Pullets, Ecob ■-strain;' 10/6 each. Just starting ' laying.. 20° second year, 5/-. Thompson, John ~ Street. ';

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD . UPPER HUTT- One Quality Only THE BEST. '-■'*'> Phone 258. Daily Deliveries - __________-—__—-.-——-_-_____»_-«------. __---—----» i F.V. EVANS GENERAD ENGINEER ALL.CI-ASSES OF WEEDING. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS. WIIITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD, Silverstream. HERETAUNGA SERVICE . . STATION. (E. RyMENZIES). MOTOR AND GENERAL ENGINEER. POMSHING. GREASING, BATTERS CHARGING. M A:JN ROAD — TRENTHAM. 'PHohe 219. PROVmGIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good WtdesY Spirits and Beer in-Stock. FIRST ■ CLASS DINING ROOM. CLAPHAM arid DWYER CHIIttEY- Expert Wbrkmaii-l-ip. Will visit Upper Hutt every. Tuesday. Leave Yyour orders with Hazelwood & Co. 'Phone 1. UPPER HUTT Wt)OD & CqAL YiARD v R. CyH.ASK^ 'Phone 375. — Main Road. UPPER HUTT. Carbonettes, Coke, Screened Cba I. THe best in firewood requirements V -WALLACEVILLE.—One acre of beautiful garden's. lawns and .trees. 3-roomed.'. garage. TheYtre'es' on this land consist of Totaras, Rimu, ...

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BOROUGH COUNCIL. CHANGE OF PERSONNEL IN COMMITTEES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

BOROUGH COUNCIL.

CHANGE OF PERSONNEL IN COMMITTEES.

The Borough Council met on Thursday evening, His Worship the Mayor (Mr. J. Blewman) pre- siding. •.."".■ :• Councillor W. A. Stewart (new- ly-elected Councillor) occupied his V Chair. The Annual Report and Bal- ance-Slieet of the Silverstream" Fire Brigade was received;'; The Mayor congratulated the Brigade, on their report. Mr. Blewman stated it was pleasing : to note that the Brigade had en- tered the, competitions -. during the ' past year and it was .hoped that next year their efforts would be crowned with further success. Councillor Rendle stated the people at Silverstream were filled wit li enthusiasm for their Brigade, and if the Borough realised it's future growth, Silverstream Fire- Brigade will be needed. The following letter "re the Ar- tesian Water Supply, was receiv- ed from the Wellington City , Council. ARTESIAN WATER SUPPLY. . Sir, —Referring to my letter of 26th October last, concerning. the. above matt...

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HUTT VALLEY POWER BOARD. COUNCILLOR LANCASTER BOROUGH'S REPRESENTATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

HUTT VALLEY POWER BOARD.

COUNCILLOR LANCASTER BOROUGH'S REPRE- SENTATIVE.

Councillor H.Lancaster, of Sil- verstream, was appointed the Bor- ough's representative on the Hutt. Valley Electric . Power Board at the recent Council meeting. The vacancy on the Board was caused through the death of Coun- cillor Greig. " Councillor Lancasterwwav-electeds v -elect- ed unanimously and congratulated by his Worship on his; appoint- ment. -' • -V Councillor Rendle also . con- gratulated ■Mr.'-Y.LancastervY'aud;- asked" him,to look .into the charges at present operating by the Board. Councillor Lancaster, in reply, thanked his fellow Councillors for the. honour, stating that he would do everything > possible for; the benefit of the consumers in Upper, Hutt, but with only a twelve- month to go, ..would more or less be oil an apprenticeship.

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Uppter Hutt's Credit on the Wellington City & Suburban Highways. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

Uppter Hutt's Credit on the Wellington City & Suburban Highways.

A letter from the- "Wellington City and Suburban Highways' Board, stated consideration was being given to the formula by- which the credit balances as at the 31st March in the Mainten- ance Accounts be distributed to the constituent Local Authorities as authorised by Section 10 of the Hutt Road Act. The balance of the-account, if any, is to-be dis- tributed amongst, the Local Au- thorities in the proportion in which they contributed. The financial statement shows that from April Ist, 1924, to March-31st, 1939, Upper Hutt con- tributed £8,452. Of that amount, £6,030 was spent leaving ah amount of £2,422 underspent. The letter further states that a charge on the balance of the fin- ishing costs of providing the cen- tral barrier and -special lighting will be a charge on the balance, after which the remainder of the balance, if any, will be refunded to the local bodies concerned.

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COMMITTEE REPORTS. RESERVES COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

COMMITTEE REPORTS.

RESERVES COMMITTEE.

Players Passes, ; Maidstone Park: That the Hockey Clubs be notified that Official Passes are to be obtained for admission to Maid- -stone Park. - - ; \ - .-■<:■'.. Z Upper Hutt Riigby Football Club—Practice Ground: The Com- mittee recommends that, practice by the Club be confined, to- one night .-per week and scrum work be restricted to the gyranasium.:lt' was decided that: representatives of the Rugby Chib be invited' to the next Committee meeting''to discuss the matter. . V Floodlighting of General Prac- tice Ground: That the-7 Town- Clerk make enquiries regarding the proposed" purchase and cost of floodlights from Mr, A. C. ' and Mr. Cook, District- Office, Publip Works Department. Sowing of Cricket' Pitches with Cotula Quingueloba: The Com-., mittee recommends. £5 worth of Cotula Quingueloba". be obtained for planting oh Cricket pitches. Upper Hutt Ladies' Hockey ;Clnb—-Use of Ground: That 1 the Club be notified that its grou...

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AN ANCIENT SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

AN ANCIENT SOLDIER.

An old soldier had been brought before his officer for the crime of. having a dirty Title. "A-man of your service ought to know better," said V the CO. severely. -'You are an bid soldier, and know quite well what is expected of you. By the way, ._ wimt was your last crime?""- V 'Having a dirty bow 'and arrow, y sir," replied the man. . : Y _1

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

CHURCH NOTICES. THE SALVATION ARMY, Main Road. 7 a.m., 11 a.m., 7 p.m. Sunday 5ch001.—2.15 p.m.. Mothers' Day Services conduct- ed by Major Ernest Sansom. Everybody Welcome. W Trentham.—B.o a.m.,; Holy Com- munion ; 7.0 p.m., Evensong.. An- nual Mothers V Day Service for Upper Hutt Branch of League of Mothers. Preacher: The Vicar. Upper Hutt.—ll.o a.m., Mat- tins; 11.45 a.m., Holy Commun- ion; 7.0 p.m., Evensong. Silverstream. —9.30 a.m., Fam- ily Service; 10.0 a.m.,. Holy Com- munion; 7.0 p.m., Evensong. Akatarawa. —7.0 p.m., song. METHODIST CHURCH. MOTHERS' DAY SERVICES. ~ - 11.0 a.m.—Preacher: Rev. A. H. Ivory. 2.30 p.m.—Special Mothers' Day Service in Druids' Hall. Singing by Children's Choir, special ad- dresses. 7.0 p.m.—Red Cross Service at which members of the V.A.D. will attend in uniform. Preacher: Rev. A. H. Ivpry. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt. —11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw. Silverstream. —7 p.m., Mr. C. Brown. Trentham.—7 p.m., Mr. H. Mil- lar. WANTED. —Boy fo...

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USE OF CAMERAS. MILITARY .SUBJECTS. WARNING REPEATED. PERMITS REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

USE OF CAMERAS.

MILITARY .SUBJECTS.

WARNING REPEATED.

PERMITS REQUIRED.

).;■-■■ The warning that .heavy penal- }-•■ tie's are provided for breaches of J the Photography Emergency Regu- v lations has. "been repeated by the [:Y authorities, as eases have been re- '■ ported of the unauthorised photo- j graphing'-of military objects. \ Under-tiie regulations a permit a- must be obtained before a photo- { graph can betaken of any forti- l fi.eation, aerodrome, barracks, ar- ( V senal, telegraph station, warship, i, or ship exclusivelyYused for war r purposes, or defensively equipped \ merchant vessel, any aircraft, or I other object of military signifi- cance. ; A similar- prohibition ap- plies to the making of, sketches of such objects. As - unauthorised I photographs may become useful to I-. the enemy, it was. stated in ofricial ) quarters, recently that it was- im- perative that the regulations \. should be strictly observed. -

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CANTEEN PROFITS RESERVED FOR MEN OF ARMED FORCES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

CANTEEN PROFITS

RESERVED FOR MEN OF ARMED FORCES.

J An assurance that any profits de- j rived from canteens were being re- l- served exclusively for the benefit of [ the men of the armed, forces them- ! .selves was given yesterday by the j Minister of Defence, Mr Jones, when r referring to the operations of cah- U teens and the distribution of canteen i profits. '■'■''-' "':Y r N "In connection with the opefa- -1 tions of canteen profits, in the naval, <•.'■.■' military, and Air\ Force camps J : throughout the Dominion," said the ).:'/ Minister, "I am pleased to say that

the arrangements are proceeding, satisfactorily and that special atten- tion is being given to the provision of full facilities and the running oosf s the canteens on ecomonical lines. The services given in the canteens have been gradually extended and no effort will be spared in the arrange- ment of further imprdvements. : "I would, however, like to empha- size particularly the fact that any pr...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

J FRIDAY 8 p.m. '.'f. 8 p.m. FRIDAY | § POPULAR PRICE NIGHT f 6 Firsaßate Double/Feature Programme S | (1) "LITTLE ACCIDENT ,, | I width | 8 Baby Sfeindy — Florence Rice — Hugh Herbert $ 8 t_aughs galore—Plenty of men become fathers, but g b .when one becomes a mother —that's different! Don't. g -fl miss this delightful, delirious comedy. g 8 (2) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents g I THEY ALL COME OUT | g . WITH ~ 8 8 Rita Johnson — Tom Neal — Edward Gargan. g \ Public Einemies! What are they like after they've S X done their time in prison—Filmed inside the sombre . 8 N walls of Alcatraz Island — Authentic —'Thrilling: 8 fi 8 p.m. 2 p.m. SATURDAY 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 S 8 p.m. MONDAY 8 p.m. | 8- In Glorious T'echnicolour \ I Hollywood Cavalcade | \ ..with g x Alice Faye — Done Ameche — Buster Keaton fi 8 Ben Turpin. " g 8 ,A thrilling story of Hollywood of yesterday—Mack . g W Bennett Bathing Girls—(lhe Keystone Cops—Ben $ 0 Turpin and his merry gang all return in a riot ,of 8 0 fast and furi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

MAJESTIC Bp.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. Popular Return Season Programme (1) "THE BLACK DOLL" :■' ■"* ■■.' v - : *- :' ■■ WITH ■■ ■ ..y' : -- : S'm- '■: i Nan Grey-—Edgar Kennedy—-Donald Woods i YE'dgar Kennedy at his best a blundering detective i in this screaming Murder Mystery Comedy. | (2) BORIS KARLOFF 1 -,'■■:--- {■•■'.- ■ : MM , '' : zz''y j-,- "THE SQN OF FRANKENSTEIN" , Chills —- Thrills —r as the Monster walks again i y.'.:'.-y-y" ir*-Frankenstein Castle. ; UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL :■,'■■ PUBLIC PETITION RE RAILWAY SERVICE 1 V In order to facilitate a better and'faster train service 'between Upper Hutt and WeUington the Council desires* ' the full support of residents of the Borough and surround- -1 ing districts and is making available a petition at the 1 following places, to be signed by all regular users of the | train, service. • v 'Council Chambers, Upper Hutt. Bird's Store, Whakatiki St. I Hazelwood V& Co.V Reid's Store, Wallaeeville. I . A." & M. Thompson's Bookshop...

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WAGONS DERAILED. SUBURBAN RAIL SERVICE DISLOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

WAGONS DERAILED.

SUBURBAN RAIL SERVICE DISLOCATE.

Early suburban passenger . ser- vices, between Wellington and Upper Hutt on Tuesday were de- layed because of the derailment of two wagons attached to a south- bound freight,train. The mishap- occurred at about 2 a.m. on the . Wellington side of Silverstream. While the train services-were dis- located passengers were trans- ported to and from Wellington by railway buses. ~ A box wagon loaded with cheese completely left the rails, and the- wagon behind it was partially de- railed. It is thought that the shifting of the cheese load may have helped to derail the first wagon. The derailment caused, damage to the Department's . power lines and. interrupted com- munications. . Railway buses brought in the . 6.28, 6.51, 7.25, and 7.53 -early train passengers from Upper Hutt and intermediate stations! The : first train to leave Upper Hutt was that timed to depart-'at. 8.42, -but it was delayed in starting. Buses also dealt with t...

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TALBOT HOUSE. ASSISTANCE FOR WORK IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

TALBOT HOUSE.

ASSISTANCE FOR WORK IN EGYPT.

A decision to devote all funds not required for immediate ad- ministrative expenses tor the estab- lishment of a new. Talbot House in Egypt was made, at a meeting of the Dominion Council of Toe H in the, Frederic Wallis Home, Lower Hutt, during the weekend. A request was received from Toe TI in England for assistance in the establishment of the house. . A review of tlxe past year's work revealed a healthy positioii.- Advice wras received that Toe H in Australia would release one of its si aff men for work among the troops in the Near East. Recognition was made of the . useful work being done for mem-; hers of the armed forces on leave —by the Toe H Servicemen's Club, in Auckland, and the Toe H House in Wellington..., Further avenues of service to the troops" were dis- cussed in addition to the normal activities of the movement. A cinematograph record of the Toe H schools' section camp at Resolu- tion Bay was. shown to the Coun-...

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HOCKEY. WELLINGTON COLLEGE OLD BOYS v. WARRIORS HOCKEY CLUB, MAIDSTONE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

HOCKEY.

WELLINGTON COLLEGE OLD BOYS v. WARRIORS HOCKEY CLUB, MAIDSTONE PARK.

At the opening of the Hockey season, it was very pleasing to see a number of new players in the Club. -The first team to go into action was the Third Grade which played against "Wellington Col- lege. Although the home team were defeated, they played a very fine game. In the first half, Well- ington College were the only ones to score. At. the . interval, the score was 2—o. In. the second spell, Warriors were the first to score after a quarter of an hour's play. The most outstanding play- ers Ywere J. Clarke (Capt.), who was responsible for keeping the team together, V The new players, Pearce, Trap- pitt and Kurth. shduld improve with a bit of practice ; also, the team should have practice at keep- ing their positions on the field. If this is ' doiie, they will go well in - their grade; At the finish of the game, .the score was, Wellington 3, Warriors 1, Crolding being.the only oiie to score for ...

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Warriors v. Taubmans—Senior B. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

Warriors v. Taubmans—Senior B.

-The 3 p.m. game played at Maidstone Park was full of action right from the start" with Louper, Grigg, Clyde,,'.Wallis -and Butcher proving very dangerous against Taubmans. The first half started with Louper and Grigg the..ball into Taubman goal area from which Louper scored with a shot practically impossible to stop. Within,a of an hour, a penalty bully was awarded and Louper again scored for Warriors. Taubman's forwards made a fine passing rush and scored, making score 2—l.■•■■''• The second, half showed great improvement, in the Warriors, and. within a few minutes, Grigg scored. From then on, Warriors had th:e advantage, during which Grigg, Wallace and Clyde scored leaving Warriors 6, Taubmans 1. In the final- rally, Taubmans scored for the final goal, the game finishing 6—2 in favour of War- riors. Among- the forwards, Louper and Grigg showed perfect under- standing between themselves, and Clyclej Swan and Wallis showed some beautiful passing...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

Printed by the Upper Hutt Print- ing Co., Princes Street, Upper -.'. Hutt, and piiblished by Ralph Hilton Ashford. THURSDAY, MAT 9th, 1940.

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SPORTING FIXTURES. RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 May 1940

SPORTING FIXTURES.

RUGBY.

Upper Hutt Juniors v. Hutt, Maidstone Park, No. 1, 3 p.m.— H. McKegney. Upper Hutt Thirds v. Seatown, Maidstone Park, No. 2, 3 p.m.— A. Parker. • Upper Hutt Fourths v. Oriental, Quinn's Post, No. 1, 3 p.m.—O. J. Plummer. Upper 'Hutt Fifths v. Hutt, Quinn's Post, 3 p.m--W. Benton.

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