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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
THE C.EANGE j CARRYING"CO. LTD. wholesale -* deAlleks & " OABRIISRS:** Daily Service to Weilii-gton. Lime, -Cem_nt"ind" 'Bricks"Supplied. Telephbhef-T i Upper HuttNo:76M.. ,; Wellington 42-044.
MOTOR ENGIN-BER Repairs to all makes of Cars.- ---* Battery Charging.. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. ,v Repairs to'all'Makes of Cars/ Tyres and* Oiis' Stocked: Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT.
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LEAGUE OF MOTHERS. UPPER HUTT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
LEAGUE OF MOTHERS.
UPPER HUTT BRANCH.
A deliglitful afternoon tea was : spent at the May meeting of the above Branch, Mrs. Castle, Presi- dent, giving a hearty welcome to all. - . -;,": " ; :^; ;";.,., /'.:/-- Miss was sent as -representative of the Girl Guides, to a large conference in Sweden, - addressed the mothers, relating many charming events/and impres-: sions during her stay" there, and was well received. Mrs. r Tomlin was sole explaining her itemsf and choosing works/ of '•'■' Jean Sibelius,"- which were beautifully render Both speaker and . artist received aut- ■'■ umn sprays,/ and a hearty vote of thanks. It/was announced that ; the Lower Hutt /League Choir would provide the whole pro- gramme at, the June meeting. /Mother's Day Service./ ~" There was a good attendance at 'Mothers' Day Service' on Sun- day, May 12th, which, was held at - St.'Johns;/Trentham, the Rev. M.- : .Shield, Vicar, giving a stirring ad- dress. The - League Hymn was : ; sung,;.; and the m...
UPPER HUTT R.S.A. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
UPPER HUTT R.S.A.
The above Branch and/the spe- cial Committee set up to entertain the -soldiers , are continuing the good work. The Rooms are open- " ed leach Friday evening to the ' boys,' where there are games of all . descriptions, also dancing' (lady partners supplied). • • ; On Saturdays and Sundays; the > rooms /are thrown open where the ' soldiers can get a cup of tea and cakes gratis. ■,-.'■ /- . / The. Committee will be pleased" anytime to receive assistance' in-: 'the way of cakes, etc.,. general public. Anyone keen/-to help in that way, conimunieate" with -the; Secretary, Mr; ? W.'i_:-- Maenab, or the 'Leader ' Office."
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
j Silverstream Social Club DANCE EVERY'SAT. NIGHT GRAND Good-MTI-icr" - Goo'd'Supper." Excellent -Orfchestra. Bus leaves' Upper Hutt at 8 p.m.' D. ,A.- JACKSON, Hoji. Secretary. D-A-N^C-E * WAYBWB ~oab/.:ret, DANCE EVERY- SATURDAY- NI&HT. GOOD DANCE BAND . Excellent Supper.^, district .baby competition:. iprogressyr.eport. eiaunga, Babyc—Simon Craw- ford, 2040. .ndly Society:—Averil Camp- bell, 573. r erstream:— Janis"Ritzma (no ' return). 3ALLING ALL FRIENDLY SOCIETY'MEMBERS. <■". Support" your Baby Queen. 1 toll up to a Social Evening, Druids' 23rd. Oddfellows' Hall, May 30tlir "- Ladies a plate. — Gent's 6d. !. JOHNS'S- LADIES' GUILD. I aif'in the'district who are interested in working the"* Red Cross,-will be held in John's Hall, Trentham; on irsday,.;May 30th at 2'p.m. MYSAGGEfeS, Hon. Secretary. MORTGAGOR'S SALE. J__LACEVILLE.- — Six large - rooms and large shop corner ion, close to Station. Good ning for business. -Vacant pos* ion.- -Pri<_e ,£735' cash. TT VALLEY'LA...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
UPPER - HUTT SUEL-CENTRE RED CROSS SOCIETY AND ORDER OF ST: JOliN. SUBSCRIPTION LIST. UPPER,HUTT. £ s. d. Already ac-mowledged' 162 0 0 Mrs: Phil Davis .. .. 10 0 . Mr. Phil" Davis .".'.. 20 0 0 Mrs. Gillies .... 10 0 Mr. GTillies-; 2 10 0 Mrs. Fred Ching ..10 0 Mr. & Mrs. T. A. Hunt- er 100 0 0 Mrs. Guy Will-a_-_s' .. 25 - 0 0 Upper Hutt' • Borough 4 - v Council .'. .. 10 10 0 Anonr •.." ' 10 0 Tom 'Beiige" .. .. 10 0- SILVERSTREAM. Mrs. &,Miss'Adams .. 20 0 0 Mr. & jfljjs. Stamp Tay- lor 10.0 0 Mrs. Zorab 5 0 0 E.M.B 5 5 0 Dr. C. Pickerill .. .. 3 3 0 Mrs. Wall, 10 0 Mr. J. P. Hull .... 100 Miss A. P. Smith .. 1 0 0 WHITEMAN'S VALLEY. A. J. Alexander .. 10 0 W. J. Keys .. " 10 0 Mrs. J. M. -Whiteman 5 0 0 C. E. Swanson . . . . 10 0 James .Gorrie i .. . . 10 0 Mr & I. Whiteman 10 0 Barker Bros. . . . . 3 3 0 Mrs. L. L. Downing ". . 10 0 Mr~& iVTrs. G. E. Down- ing 10 0 Mrs. Hall 10 0 TOTAL: 387 1 0 FUN AT THE 1 BROWN OWL., THURSDAY, MAY 23rd. ALADDIWIS NIGHT Nl&...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
MUSICIANS! HAVE you an old or new discard- ed MUSIC STAND. These * are required urgently by your local Municipal Band, and will be purchased at your value. BANDSMEN ! The Band would welcome addi- tional players, especially Euphon- ium, Bass and Cornet. R. MOORE, Hon. Secretary, Upper Hutt Municipal Band. Communications, at the 'Leader* Office? APPEAL - CONCERTS. A JUNIOR RED CROSS CON- CERT will be held in the ST. HILDA HALL, TUESDAY, MAY • 25th at • 8 p.m.; also SILVER- STREAM HALL, THURSDAY," MAY 30th at 8 p.m. Admission 1/-.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. 1 BTJTCHERS MAIN ROAD .. UPPER HUTT / One J Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries £Jv. EVANS GENERAL ENGINEER ALL .QLASSPS .OF .WEJiDJNG. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS. WHITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD, Silverstream! HERETAUNGA .SERVICE . , (E. ( R.,MENZIES). „ , ._.'El\fiGHNrfe-_JR. ' . WASHING; POi-ISHINiGJ, GREASING, BATTEfe'OIE-ARGING. " MAT^feOAtf\— * TRjENTH_AM. " 'Phone '219/ li ' PROVINCiAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher~*(-Proprietor.) Good' and Beer „ in Stock. J FIRST'CLASS "DINING -ROOM. apd DWYER * CHIMNEY, ; S"WEEPS. . Ipxpert Workmanship. Will visit Upper Hutt every Tuesjday. Leave your orders with Hazelwood & Co. 'Phone 1. UPPER HJJTT WOOD & , COAL YARD . R. 0. H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. ~ — . Road. UPPER HUTT. Carbone'4es A Coke, Screened Coal. The "best m firewood requirements. 9TOPYAT ,THE LITTLE PORK SHOP FOR SMALL QQODS ROAST STUFFED PORK A SPECIALITY. HOT TROTTERS — SAYS. AND CHEERIOS. KIRK'S NEWS AGENCY (NEXT~'G_BBS, "CHEMIST). WELGOME "NEW B...
DAY OF PRAYER NEXT SUNDAY. THE REQUEST OF THE KING. APPEAL BY LEADERS OF THE CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
DAY OF PRAYER NEXT SUNDAY.
THE REQUEST OF THE KING.
APPEAL BY LEADERS OF THE CHURCHES.
An appeal to the people to unite in common prayer on Sunday next, in accordance with the re- quest made by His Majesty the King, has been issued by the lead- ers of the chief Protestant de- nominations in Wellington. It is :, In view of the appeal made by His Majesty the King, and endors- ed by the Governor-General of the Dominion, for the observance of next Sunday, May 26, as a day of prayer, we the undersigned repre- sentatives of various Christian; communions within the district of Wellington would ask you for a little space to support the appeal and to urge upon all our people the importance of humbling our- selves before God" and of seeking from Him courage,' strength and - guidance in this hour of .crisis. j . The significance of this conflict '■ can be underestimated.; it can never be overestimated. We are standing at a turning point of human history. That to be clearly gr...
CALL TO RETURNED MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
CALL TO RETURNED MEN.
The request of His Majesty the King to make next Sunday a day of special prayers for an. early ■■ peace was discussed by the ex- ecutive committee of the Welling- ton Returned Soldiers' Associa- tion", and it was agreed that an appeal should be made to all ex- servicemen to attend their respec- tive churches to take part in the. prayers. It is hoped that many returned men will respond to this appeal. In this connection an invitation has been issued by the Rev. Mc- Caw, Presbyterian, for all return- ed soldiers in the Upper Hutt dis- trict to attend the special service at his Church on Sunday morning at 11 a.m. ~ . ;■■
EARLY SETTLERS TO BE ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
EARLY SETTLERS TO BE ENTERTAINED.
.:. -Op Saturday next Upper Hutt ""will entertain about 30 of its early settlers to luncheon. The guests of honour will be people who have resided in New Zealand years \ and over. f At the luncheon these early set- tiers will be the recipients of Cen- tennial emblems. .. It is very appropriate at this stage to give our readers some idea of the hardships the early pioneers had to contend with. . It was to the Hutt Valley that the early settlers in this portion of the North Island first turned their thought of conquest. -It"' lay adjacent to their first settlement and formed the portal to the back .country, the development of which lay within the dreams of their ambition. It requires little im- agination to figure the stupendous task that "confronted them. With little more than axes and their own stout hearts they were called _ upon to demolish a forest which .centuries of uninterrupted growth had produced. The terrain itself, rugged and pitted ...
RED CROSS SOCIETY. IMPORTANCE TO ARMY MEDICAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
RED CROSS SOCIETY.
IMPORTANCE TO ARMY MEDICAL SERVICE.
An appeal for support for the Red Cross Society and the Order .of St. John as ancillaries to the Army Medical Service.was made on Tuesday by the Director-Gen- eral, Colonel F. T. 'Bowerbank, in a broadcast address. Both societies, were closely re- lated to the- Army;' Medical Ser V vice and prayed an important part in helping it in war-time, said CoionelYßow'erbank. In peace-time the New Zealand . Me- dical Corps comprised three field ambulances in which medical officers and men were given, ad- vanced training. In wartime this force had to be expended and the .: personnel of the two societies provided recruits. Many members of the societies would go. overseas, and if sick and wounded began to return to New Zealand the. help of__many members would be required in the Dominion. Not oniy male and female per- sonnel was wanted.; said Colonel Bowerbank. The Government sup-, plied all equipment for overseas, but there were-...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
RED CROSS APPEAL CHILDRESS PARTY. Druids' Hall — May 21st. 2—4.30 p.m.: Under 8 years. Decorated. Pram, Tricycle and Pressed Doll Competitions. 7—9.30 p.m.: Over 8 years^ Plain and Fancy Dress Dressed Doll Competition. GOOD TEA AND SUPPER. • SWEET STALL, BRAN TUB. Admission 6d. THE WITCH WELL BE AT BOTH ' ■■ PARTIES.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
CHURCH SERVICES. FIRST SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Day of Special Intercession for Nation and Empire as requested by His Majesty the King. Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., Mattins and Family Service; 7 p.m., Even- ' song. "-.'.- Trentham.—B a.m.,. Holy Com« munion; 7 p.m. Evensong (The Vicar). Silverstream.—7 p.m., Even- song. Akatarawa.-—7 p.m., Evensong. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, MAY 26th. , 8 a.m., Prayer Meeting. (In re- Vsponse to the King's appeal and in view of the present crisis.) 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. 7 p.m., Bright Gospel Service. Speakers-.Messrs. W. Bennett and H. Poulson. Subject: "Judgment, Rev. Ch. 21." All Welcome. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ."._ St. David's.—ll a.m. and 7 p.m.—Rev. J. C. McCaw. Silverstream.—7 . p.m., Mr. J Lees. .-.'":' Trentham.-Y7 p.m., Bible Class. METHODIST CHURCH. (Benzie Avenue). , SPECIAL DAY OF PRAYER. Morning at 11.—The King's Message. Evening at 7. —Altars to an Un- known God. ■ Preacher at both services, Rev. A. H. Ivory. MISS I 0 NARY DEMONSTRATION F...
HOCKEY. UPPER HUTT WARRIORS' CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
UPPER HUTT WARRIORS' CLUB.
Warriors 0 v. Knox Rangers 3, third grade. In playing against Knox Rang- ers at Maidstone Park on a very throughout the game, soft". and muddy ground. War- riors were again outplayed. Although beaten the third ~ grade boys were certainly not dis : ~ ' graced to be beaten by this team who played junior grade last year. Golding, who played at right inner, had a habit of playing out of position and must learn to maintain his own position on the field. ," V Trappit, at left back, played a fine game, is steadily improving, and is a very steady player when in di-ficulties. . Pearce/playing left half, is also showing improvement. James at right wing is settling down to .Ms- position and is making a very good job of it. Stewart, in goal, should make use of his pads and boots, instead of relying on his stick. He made some good saves, however. Frater, right half, played a solid game, although he would do better to put a little more powers behind ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
| ( POPULAR PRICE NIGHT I § 8 p.m. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 p.m. ' j 8 Another Fine Double Feature Programme. 8 | "CALL A MESSENGER" | S Starring «' I Mary Carlisle —El Brendel — Victor Jory 0 S • AOT> ,| 8 The Dead End Kids. / 0 'S ; Otaly a dirty gutter .. .-.,-■. but it was their home and 0 8 , they fought for it'like wildcats. 8 $ Also Randolph Scott—Nancy Kelly 0 I IN I | "FRONTIER MARSHALL' > 0 g Tombstone, the wildest, wickedest Town in the West ' A x until the law came in at the shooting end of a six-gun g | 2 p.m. 8 p.m, SATURDAY 2 p.m. 8 p.m. § | . 8 p,m. MONDAY 8 p.m. | | EDWARD G. ROBINSON George Sanders 0 I Confessions of a I I Nazi Spy I 8 The picture made behind locked doors in Hollywood g 9 in defiance of the protests, of Nazi Germany. Based 0 g on the sensational capture and trial of the German N 9 Spy Ring in 1939. Thrilling and authentic exposure 0 » 'of the activities of the dreaded Fifth Column. % fi /. BE WISE!. BOOK NOW. B X • WEDNESDAY | [8 GLORIA JEAN % % I y T...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
MAJESTIC 8 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. Popular Return of 'Two Great Pictures (1) PAUL MUNI '■'■ ■■;■ ' IN" ■ ...;; '■'■■"■■■ .-.,,.■■■■ " THE LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA A thrilling tale of the famous Dreyfus case and the' removal of a terrible injustice. * (2) DICK FORAN The Singing Westerner , EST . ' "BLAZING SIXES" Ride again over the wide Prairies with Dick Foran! \ Thrill anew to*his stirring cattle songs! UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL Motor Drivers' Licenses. r "EIOR the convenience of motor drivers an officer of the Council will be in attendance at the Council Office On Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to Noon, and Howell's Garage, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7 to BY3O p.m. ' ' B. M: WILMSHURST, 'Z--. v Town Clerk.
No Advertisements or news will be accepted for publication after 9 a.m. on Wednesdays. WANTEDS, ETC, ADVERTISER would like Bach or Private Board in Trent- ham or Upper Hutt. Please reply z'B' c/o 'Leader' Office. LOST in Upper Hutt phone box or Mayfair Theatre, pair or gent's ...
SPORTING FIXTURES RUGBY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
Upper Hutt Juniors v. Welling-,, ton College Old Boys, Maidstone Park, No. 1, _2.45 p.nu—L. Me-:; Upper Hutt Thirds v. OnsloW) ; Wakefield Park, No. 5, 2.45 p.m.— G. Coombs. ■ -;' Upper . Hutt Fourths v. Hutt, Maidstone-Park, No. 2, 2.45 p.m— H. Mc_-_eghey. Upper Hutt Fifths v. Marist, , Qitinn's Post, No.: 1, ;;-C. Neave.•'.'. : ■■ ■ '";,-■:■'
MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 May 1940
. Warriors Senior,B. y. KarorJ^fi; Nai Nai,'No, 2, ,3>p.m.\ .Bus leaves 1 p.m. Warriors Junior y. University, . Maidstone Park, 3/p.m. y ; ■''' Warriors Thirds v. Huiia, Nai Nai, No: 2, 1.40 _).m. V... - ; '•