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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
7 §HE aEAirai CARRYIJiTG CO. LTD. WHGI/ESAIiE DEAUERS & CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. 'Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76M. Wellington 42-044.
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes ot Cars. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. •Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT
JIMEI 13tH, 1940.
Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- 9Q ton as a newspaper. '^"-
SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK-END. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
SPORTING FIXTURES FOR THE WEEK-END.
Upper Hutt Juniors v. Well- ington, Maidstone Park, No. 1, 2.45 p.m.—W. H. Blobmfielcl. Upper Hutt Thirds v. Welling- ton B, Maidstone Park, No. 2, 2.45 p.m.—O. J. Plummer. Upper Hutt Fourths v. Johnson- ville, Wakefield Park, No. 5., 2.45 p.m.-—J. Murphy, Upper Hutt Fifths v. Miramar, Wakefield Park, No. 6., 2.45 p.m.— F. J. Orsborne.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
Silverstream Social Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT GRAND DANCE Good Music. Good Supper. Excellent Orchestra. Bus leaves Upper Hutt at 8 p.m. DA. JACKSON, Hon. Secretary. ST. JOHN'S LADIES' GUILD, TRENTHAM. "500" CARD AFTERNOON. THURSDAY, JUNE 20th at 2 p.m. Sub.: 1/-.—All Welcome. FOR SALE.—Set of Four-' Inner Tubes in good condition. Size 27 x 4.40. Price 17/6. Apply 66 Martin Street. WANTED TO BUY.—Doll's Pram —.. in good condition. Reason- able price. Apply in writing to ' Leader '.Office. WANTED TO BUY.—Child's, . Tricycle in good condition. 'Write ' quoting price, and where can be seen to 'Leader' Office. FOR SALE.—Large Iron Kettle. Price "5/-; Apply Martin Street, Upper Hutt. WANTED TO BUY.—Baby's Push Chair, also Baby's Chair, cheap. Apply by letter to 'Lead- er' Office. LOST.—Between Benzie Avenue and Upper Hutt, Tie Pin, Onyz Head, Pearl in centre. Re- ward on returning to Mrs. Thomas, Benzie Avenue. FOR SALE.—Folding Bed with Mattress; ■ also Meat Safe (practically new). App...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
RED CROSS APPEAL. PRIZE WINNERS. PUR COAT — No. 720; Joan, Upper Hutt. No. 9188.— R. Johnston, Trent- ham. (Ticket sold by Lancaster's Store) TE MARUA SCHOOL. EUCHRE and DANCE. FRIDAY, JUNE 21st., AT 8 P.M. Good Prizes and Supper. Admission— , * Gents 1/-. — Ladies, a Plate. RED CROSS APPEAL. Residents of Upper Hutt and surrounding districts can be v/ell proud of themselves in the recent appeal of the Red Cross,- as over £1,400 was the outcome of their efforts. The Committee, under the lead- ership of Mrs. Gibbs, no doubt w;orked extremely hard s to - reach the above amount, and are most thankful for all who so ably as- sisted them. Following are further amounts collected: — TE MARUA LIST. (Collected by Mr. McNab and helpers)-:— Wm- A. McNab, £2; W. For- syth, £1; E. Quinn, £1; W. Bear- man, 5/- • W. T. Cederholm, 5/-; H. Benge, 10/-; W. F. Ross, £1; A. Hibburn, 2/6; R. Tomkins, 2/6 • G. Bates, 5/-; J. K. £1; H. Johnson, 10/-; Mr. and Mrs. Sherrall, £1; B. Benge, 2/6; O. Kay, 2/6; T...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
CHURCH NOTICES. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School. N.B.—Messages for the Times, that you cannot afford to miss. Sunday, 16th.—7 p.m., "God's Rallying Call." Tuesday, 18th.—7.30, "Trium- phant Testimony in Troublous Times," Thursday, 20th.—7.30, "Our Country's Crying Need—Bible Re- vival. " . Speaker: Neville S. Back-well, of Queensland. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Upper Hutt.—B a.m., Holy Com- munion; 7 p.m., Evensong, (The Vicar). Trentham.—ll a.m:, JMattins; 11.45 a.m., Holy Communion; 7 p.m., Evensong. Silverstream.—7 p.m., Even- song. Akatarawa.—9.3o a.m.,. Holy Communion; 7 p.m., Evensong. METHODIST CHURCH. (Benzie Avenue). Morning at 11.—"How they built the wall." Evening at 7.—"The Victory of God." Sacrament at close of evening service. Preacher at both services—Rev. A. H. Ivory. Next Sunday—Special Youth Day Services. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. St. David's.—ll a.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw; 7 p.m:, Captain Chaplin Watson. Wallaceville.—2 p.m., Rev. J. C....
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
T." RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries ~ P. V. EVANS GENERAL ENGINEER ALL CLASSES OF WELDING. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS. WHITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD, . Silverstream. Heretaunga Service Station. (E. R. MENZIES).. Motor and General Engineer. WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING BATTERY CHARGING. All Classes of Cycle Parts In Stock. MAIN ROAD — TRENTHAM. 'Phone 219. PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT ■"'';"' "" T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer ' in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. CLAPHAM and DWtfER CHIMNEY SWEEPS. ■'.'. Expert Workmanship. 7 Will visit; Upper Hutt every ■ :y yyy,.7Tuesday:: -": .-. ' > Leave your orders with Hazelwood & Co. 'Phone 1. UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R.-C.H[. ASKEW 'Phone 375. — Main Road. UPPER HUTT. Carbonettes, Coke, Screened Coal. The. best in firewood requirements. SECTIONS. £55—DEPOSIT £10. BALANCE 30/- PER MONTH. TRENTHAM.—Good level sec- . • tions, .50 x 150,. close to Sta...
LABOUR FOR FARMS. HIGHER SUBSIDY AVAILABLE CO-OPERATION SOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
LABOUR FOR FARMS.
HIGHER SUBSIDY AVAILABLE
Reference to the recent increase in the farm labour subsidy .was made on Monday by the Minister, of Labour, Mr. Webb. Asked-who-. -' ther there was yet any indication of the measure of success which the higher subsidy would com- mand, the Minister said'that it ! was too soon to form any judg- ment. , * '.■ "By a recent mail I received one; application," said Mr. Webb, "but that was from a worker —-not ■■&.'■ farmer employer. It,is\of interest- to mention' that this worker (whose stated qualifications."'. are impressive) advises that he has applied by letter for at least 12- ---advertised farming vacancies, but received not even one reply. How- ; ever, that was before my recent published request to farmers to eil-. gage now the labour"they shortly would find essential, and thereby ensure that at the commencement of the season they would have the services of a semi-trained man. *' At present we have ...
PETROL SUPPLY. GOLD-COLOURED COUPONS NOW INVALID. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
GOLD-COLOURED COUPONS NOW INVALID.
Gold-coloured petrol coupons y have now ceased to. be valid and are being replaced by .special licences, the Controller of Oil-fuel, -Mr. G. L. Laureiison, announced, recently. ■''These coupons were issued for the convenience of commercial users who travelled continuously," said the controller. '■' Unfortunat- ely, it appears that they have ob- tained a currency beyond what
was originaally intended, and it has accordingly been necessary to revert-to the former system of spe- . cial- licences. Coupons obtained under monthly licences issued dur- ing March, April and May have., ceased to be valid. Special licenc- es are being issued instead of gold coupons for June and subsequent months.. . y ' ;< ' When a motor vehicle is not is- sued with new number plates, any petrol licence issued ih respect of it automatically lapses and must "■ be immediately surrendered. If a petrol licence covers several motor vehicles, and ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
SILVERSTREAM BRANCH OF NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PARTY. At .the .monthly meeting of the above Branch, the following' 'motion was carried unanimously: "That this Meeting' of the Silv- erstream Branch hereby endorse the policy of the Government and pledge our loyalty and - whole- hearted co-operation in any- action they deem -necessary to bring the war to a successful conclusion." AMALGAMATED SOCIETY OF RAILWAY SERVANTS OF NEW ZEALAND. At the recent meeting of the Upper Hutt Branch of the A.S.R.S., the following resolution was passed:— "That this Branch unanimously endorses the Government's war effort arid wishes to give any as- sistance in its power to our local M.P. (Mr. Roberts) to further that cause.'' NEW ZEALAND LABOUR' PARTY. (Upper Hutt Branch" Social Committee). A film Display and Social Evening will be held in the ST. HILDA'S HALL I—on1 —on FRIDAY, 21st JUNE commencing; at 8 p.m. 7' ALL MEMBERS AND FRIENDS WELCOME. Admission FREE—but a collection will be taken up •in order .to defr...
RED CROSS APPEAL. A MOST SUCCESSFUL DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
RED CROSS APPEAL.
A MOST SUCCESSFUL DANCE.
~' As a grand finale to the Red Cross Appeal, a.dance was held in the Record Hall on Monday even- ing of last week and proved a great success, the hall being filled to capacity.; ■'■ An energetic Com- mittee, convened by ; Mrs. Gibbs, had worked hard and were: well rewarded, 7 •*- ;•■.:.. Miss Connolley's orchestra sup- plied the music and Mrs.- Edwards played the extras; -Messrs.. ;G. Cottle and C. Hannibal carried ' out the duties of M.C.'s. y ' - jDuring-the evening, the Mayory Mr. J. Blewman, ['■ announced : the winner of the 'Baby Competition' arid presented: the .prizes to Mr. , Ritzema on 7behalf of his small daughter, Janise Ritzema. Gifts were also given to the other babies who competed, Simon Craw- ford and Avril Campbell. On.behalf of the localßed Cross Committee, Dr. Morrow, "Vice- President; thanked the special committees and those present for the help they had given in connec- tion with the appeal. Members of the R...
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The Upper Hutt Women's In- stitute held their monthly meet- ing, on June 4th, Mrs. A. Jones', President, being in the Chair. ~ A number of , articles, knitted by members, for. soldiers, were on view. '.... - ■■':,.'" .'.->■ ■'■■'■ ■'■ Following? the business of the afternoon, a social hour was spent Dancing and competitions -were, enjoyed, and Mrs. Bennett' sang two : delightful solos. : *7 Mrs. Watt judged the monthly competitions which resulted as follows:— . :,' Cookery, Mrs. McGonagal, Ist, Mrs.. Spencer, 2nd ;' General, Mrs. S. Braid, Ist, . Miss Wilkie, 2n,d; Thrift article, Mrsy Spencer,7lst,- Mrs. S. Braid, ■ 2nd; Best Bloom, Mrs. H. Williams (Narcissus). Afternoon tea ..was served by the hostesses'arid the meeting con- cluded with the singing of the National Anthem.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
MAYFAIR ■8- ■ ." ■ . 1 jj Popular Price Night \ | 8 p.m. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 p.m. | 8. Thrilling Double Feature Programme! 8 8 (1) "TROPIC FURY" | Jf WITH *S 8 Richard Arlen — Andy Devine — Beverly Roberts 8 8 A two man Cyclone—Smashing the human beasts 8 8 of prey who terrorised -the Tropics—they hammered 8 X out a new Law in the Jungle with their naked fists. 8 g (2) VICTOR McLAGLEN — SALLY EILERS 6 8 '' m '" 8 fl "FULL CONFESSION" 8 S Trapped by iron fate! A Murderer —The- Girl he 8 8 and the- only man who knew but could not 8 8 teU. Victor McLaglen again as in " The Informer 8 5 plays a great role/as a two-fisted brute who couldn't* 8 'S kill his .conscience.. *- ' Q (2 p.m. 8 p.m. SATURDAY 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 8 p.m. MONDAY 8- p.m. ' 8 "A Window In London J Q .', STARRING , 8 f MICHAEL REDGRAVE SALLY GRAY 8 8 PAUL LUKAS 8 fl • Through an open window he saw committed the 8 5 " most fantastic crime in London. 8 6 What Would You Have Done? 8. 8 Michael Redgrave, k sensational star of "The ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. - , NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE RATES. JJOTFCE is hereby given that the Upper Hutt Borough Council pro- poses at a Special Meeting to be held on .Thursday, 13th June, 1940, at 7.30 p.m., at the Council Chambers, Main Road, Upper Hutt, to make and levy under the provisions of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1933, the Rating Act, 1925, and'all other Acts., and Amendments enabling in that behalf, the following rates for the. period commenc- . . ing on the Ist day of April, 1940, and ending on the' 31st day of March, 1941. CONSOLIDATED RATES EAST AND WEST WARDS. ..... A Consolidated Rate under the provisions of Section, 96, of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1933, of twelve and.one-eighth pence" in rlie £ on all rateable unimproved value of the East Ward.and thir : teen and three-eighths pence in the £ on all rateable unimproved value of the West Ward. ' ' ' - WATER RATE EAST AND WEST WARDS. A separate water charge under the provisions of Section .82 of the M...
FAREWELL TO BRIGADIER AND MRS. RIMMER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
FAREWELL TO BRIGADIER AND MRS. RIMMER.
A meeting- was held a I the Wai- iaceviiie ivions iteu'eat lasi weeii xo say xareweii to lirigadier ana Mrs. i-_immoi" ; _ who Have retir- ed ironi active service on account 01 the .brigadier 's. Heaitn. -Tne meeting was presided over by t/Oi- onei U. Dry, ihe Men's Social Sec- retary for New Zealand. A song and "then prayer by Major Armstrong opened the pro- ceedings, after which representa- tive speaker/the Rev. McCaw, for the Presbyterian Church; the Rev. Ivory, the Methodist Churchy Major BlaiJsie, the Salvation Army Corp., and Mrs. Hopkirk, for the Wallacerille Women's Institute and Mr. Hickson, for the Business People, expressed disappointment and regret at the departure of Brigadier and Mrs. Rimmer and family from the (district and each thanked them for the great- and wonderful"'work that had been done by them since coming to the district, and voiced regret that the Brigadier had to take a. rest on account of his ill-health. . They...
LICENSING COMMITTEE. MEETING AT CARTERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 June 1940
MEETING AT CARTERTON.
"The time has come wheri.the Committee ceases to be satisfied with rope fire escapes," stated Mr. M. P. Lawry, S.M., Chairman, of the Licensing Commit- tee, at the Annual Meeting held at Carterton last Friday after- noon. There were also present Messrs. J. Purvis, F. W, Smith, H. Rees, and Mr. W. Sorenson. Sen- ior-Sergeant Doggett, represented the Police Department, and Mr. H. Truman, the Health Depart- ment. - ■■■■-' ■... ...= .. ~-.' "- Mr; Lawry, in voicing the opin- ion of -the Committee, said, "As rope fire escapes have been passed without comment in the past, licensees will be allowed twelve months."to comply with the re- quirements." ~ 7 . / The Coramittee, in their inspec- tion of the. several hotels in their respective districts, observed that it is difficult for children or elder- ly people to use many of the es- capes provided. The Committee was of. the opinion that something should be done at once, but it would be u...