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OUR TENNIS ALL BLACK. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
OUR TENNIS ALL BLACK.
Every .citizen of Upper Hutt should be justly proud of the epic achievement of Mr. Neil Edwards; in the New Zealand Tennis Championships this season. To carry off the "Wellington, title and then cap this fine performance by triumphing over the elect of New Zealand in; the National tourney* stamps " Neil,/' as one of the fin- est tennis '.players New Zealand, has yet produced, Neil has lived ill Upper Hutt nearly all .his life ..and .has been
connected with: various sports bod- ies in the district. He attended the Upper Hutt School; hut was not particularly interested in tennis during his primary educa- tion. . '.-.'.'' After joining the Upper Hutt Tennis Neil hegan to devote more time to the game. He climb- ed steadly up the club's ladder, with his eye on the' top position held by Mr. George Robertson. < Neil's ambition to wear.the Good- win Shield, a silver badge' donated by Mr. J. Goodwin to the holder .of top place on the ladder, was finally r...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
Pictures for the Week
MAYFAIR Stalls Is,, Is. 3d. Dress Circle Is. 6d. FRIDAY Clarence E.Mulford's Hop-a-Lpng Rides Again Ride for your comes the avalanche! Bide for new thrills with Hopalong as he fights the terrors and rustlers of Death Valley! . (Approved]for Universal Exhibition.) Screening with PARTNERS IN CRIME A riotous comedy with the greatest laugh team setting a non-stop record for hilarity. . (Approved for Universal llshihition.). :
SATURDAY 2 P.M. MATINEE 2 P;M. A Thrilling Outdoor picture. HOOT GIBSON "■;•'. IN ';,:;;. .-..; ~"V: :. : '. '■.;'- :' :r :'. : -: . Sunset Range^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ . (Approved for Universal Exhibition.) . > Together with : . V Three Stooges Comedy C Captain Kidd's Serial Episode; BP.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M: MONDAY LUISE RAINER SPENCER TRACY Big Gity A throbbing drama pf;a pulsing Metropolis! Life and love in the maelstrom of traffic. A story between the green and crimson lights of traffic in the most dramatic ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
WEDNESDAY 8 P.M. THURSDAY 8 P.M. For a season of two nights we .-offer what is undoubtedly the greatest programme ever presented at one perform- anc in Upper Hutt. (1) A 1939 Metro-Goldwyn Mayer Special ROBERT TAYLOR & MAUREEN the stars of"A YANK AT OXFORD" : '-;.V-" ■■;.■■■ : -.'. : m; ;■ :, [ :. ■...:■.-■.■. The Growxl Roars With a mighty supporting Cast headed by FRANK MORGAN LIONEL STANDER EDWARD ARNOLD JANE WYMAN Robert Taylor in a vigorous two-fisted role—Action from start to finish. He fought as; the crowd roared but he only heard the voice of one girl. A rare treat in film cutcv- tainment. f QNSITHEmSTAGE (2) Personal Appearance of the Noted Radio and Vaudeville Stars; late of J. C. Williamson's ■■"''-,.■•'■•'■''".\" : . ''*"■ ' '' circuit: ■•.'-. Jack & Robbie Tapp In twenty of delightful Entertainment.' To hear them on the steel guitar and tikelele is a delight . that we hope no one is unfortunate enough to miss. They're good and when we say good.we mean <&O...
NOXIOUS WEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
Following is a copy of the letter issued by the Borough Council to all section owners:— Dear Sir/Madam,
PURSUANT to Municipal Cor- porations Act, 1933, Section 209, Noxious "Weeds Act, 1928, and Borough By-laws Section 534, in every case where the foregoing Acts and By-laws apply, owners and occupiers are hereby requir- ed to clear all lands and street frontages to the centre of the roadway abutting thereto all nox- ious weeds,, also cut back and trim all hedges to the boundary line of the Public Highway, within a per- iod of 21 DAYS from receipt of this notice. Failing compliance, legal pro- ceedings will be taken without fur- ther notice. CHAS. E. F. YARNELL, - Inspector. NOTE.^—Noxious Weeds : within the meaning of the act and Bor- ough By-laws, are as follows:— Broom, Fennel, Gorse, Lupin, Ox- eye daisy, Pennyroyal, Periwinkle, St. John's Wort, Blackberry, Sweet brier, , Hawthorne; Foxy glove, Tauhinu, tutsan, and Goats rue.
It will be thus. seen...
DESPISED & REJECTED OF MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
DESPISED & REJECTED OF MEN.
We desire that. England shall take no interest in the way in which we in Germany solve the Jewish problem. —Dr. Goebbels. As for us, we would rather that England -should perish than that; she should take no interest in the revival of Barbarism in the midst of Europe. Pity the poor German Jew. De- spised, plundered, persecuted, he knows not where to hide his head. Germany, his native land, dis- owns him; every hand is raised' against him, to thrust him down or thrust him forth. > The end, which Germany scorns to hide, is to destroy him root and branch, having first taken his money: for Germany will do that; she will rob him before she thrusts him ■out. ; . " . '''■;■: But if the mailed fist is raised to crush the Jew in' ; Germany the world's heart is being stirred to its depths at this foul wrong. A people cannot be, crushed, but It is easier to drive a people like the Jews into exile than to stifle the inborn hatred of injustice and tyranny ...
HOUSE AND HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
HOUSE AND HOME HINTS.
Loose Knife. Handles; —A loose handle to a knife is a nuisance. To make it firm, draw the blade from the handle,-fill, the hole with melted rcs.n, heat the prong which was withdrawn from the handle and 'replace into the hot resin. Leave for a day or two to become firm. ; ...'., Ironing' Garments with 'Bill- ions.—Garments provided with buttons 'should be ironed <on a Turkish' towel folded many times. The iron will depress the buttons Into the.soft towell and not smash them. . , Starching Hint.7I—When,1 —When, making a thick, clear starch, stir in a little cold water immediately after the boiling water has been mixed with 'the starch. This prevents a skii 1 forming while it.is becoming cool enough to use.; .'■'. 7 To Prevent Moths,— (a) Before putting woollen garments and furs away fqiv any length of time, shake them thoroughly in the open air, then brush them -#'el] and .roll up as tighly as possible in large sheets of newspaper.. The smell, of printer...
LEGION OF FRONTIERS MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
LEGION OF FRONTIERS MEN.
Lt. G. H. McDermid presided at the monthly meeting of the •Hutt Valley Legion of Frontiers- men held in the R.S.A. Rooms, Upper Hutt, on January 25th., 1939. At the Troop miniature rifie shooting cbmpetition held at Trooper W. Clifford's farm> Wal- laceville last month, Trooper Lin Ruscoe, of Trentliam, won the Selby Cup. In presenting the Cup, Lt. Mc- Dermid- said that this was the fourth time Trooper L. Ruscoe had won it, and that he was satis- fied with the' good performance. The Troop and he and other mem- bers, of the Troop congratulated Trooper Ruscoe on his success. The next rifle, shoot will be held oil March 12th and it is hoped to spend yet another enjoyable day at Trooper W. Clifford s farm. The 0.C., the Hutt Valley Troop, Lt. G.Hy McDermid said he would welcome new members and any- one wishing to join can write or call on the Troop Secretary, Cor- poral Tom Spencer ? / Pine Avenue, Upper B^utt, who will be pleased to- give all the infor...
NOXIOUS WEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
The noxious weed circular is- sued by the Borough' Council, has caused quite a lot of comment. Quite a humorous side was sent to this office oh the matter of St. John's Wort. . An old lady was anxious to know what a certain weed was, and when ' informed it was St. John's Wort, replied that she had .-p been going to church for 60 years, but never knew that St. John had a Wort. •
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
■. " Just fancy! I travelled on a bus this morning and I had not got a penny on me!" cried Jim. " I suppose the conductor made you get off?" said John. "Oh no," cried Jim. "I gave 1 him two halfpennies!"
"How is your farm getting on ?" the farmer's friend asked him. "Not so well," answered- the; farmer. "The grass is so short that all my have to go down on their hands and knees to reach itf" = : '■•• . '-■; ■'-■• '-:
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
CRICKET. LAST SATURDAY WEEK'S RESULTS. Owing to pressure of space, the following cricket results were held oyer from last week. Army 89 (Wilson 29, Baker 16) won on the first innings from Wes- ley 62 (N. McCarthy 14, E. Har- rington 13). Bowling for Army: Watson 4 for 13/ Kane 2 for 9; for Wes- ley: Harrington 6 for 25, Eves 3 for, 35. Trentham defeated Upper Hutt on their first innings. ■ : —— . ' ■/■;■■; . ,• : ~ C. J. BELL, N.Z. A.A.I.S. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. AUDITOR - SECRETARY. Land, Income and -Employment Tax Returns. ; HAZELWOOD'S BUILDINGS, THURSDAYS. llh. Tic Over Jam Jars, 4/- per doz; •21b. „ ;, „ „ 5/6 per doz. 1 quart Preserving Jars, 11 idVeach. 4 gallon Preserving Jars, 1/2' each. Jam Pot Covers "(Transparent) sd. each. D. CLYDE " ■ Phone 134 M. We Deliver.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 February 1939
P. ROBERTSON Undertaker and Carrier MAIN ROAD, V UPPER HUTT. Phone 20. PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT - T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good- Wines, Spirits and Beer. in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. UPPER HUTT-WELLINQTON PARCEL SERVICE DAILY PHONE 62 G HOLCROFT SILVERSTREAM
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER/. , Repairs to all makes of Cars. Battery Charging. Ace.. Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to .all" makes of Cars. Tyres, and-.Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. \ TJPFER HUTT;
TERRITORIALS AT WAIOURU. INTERVIEW WITH PADRE OF THE CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
TERRITORIALS AT WAIOURU.
INTERVIEW WITH PADRE OF THE CAMP.
11l an interview with the- Rev. *N. B. Winhall, who has just re- turned from a fortnight's camp at Waiouru with the Wellington Regiment, many interesting and amusing incidents were related. Mr. Winhall stated that on arrival at the camp, the troops who were very hungry (owing to some misunderstanding further . down the line) were given a good feed, and throughout the whole of the fortnight the food was ex- cellent-:,,'."/ X • The camp consisted of 395 N.C.O.'s and men and 27 officers .under the'command of Col. E. M. Stead. General military instruction manouvres, physical training and night' attacks was the routine. On one occasion the general alarm was sounded at 4 a.m. in the morning and after the report "all?s well" had been received, the regiment was taken for a three-mile march. The night attack was more or less a bit of a farce, owing to the officers and men not knowing ex- actly what was required, and great...
PHYSICAL FITNESS CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 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, 25thFebruary, in respective Club uniforms, and proceed with prpcessioh to Maidstone Park. '.-v/'7 ■ ■•»■'■•, : " Speeches and displays will be given on arrival at th»e Park, including: Basketball, Physical. Culture,,, Folk Dancing by School chilrenV Boxing, Fancy Dress Foot- ball, and display by UpperHutt and Silverstreaih Brigades. '■■ ,^'':-^: :J :- ',_..' Items will be rendered by the Upper Hutt Municipal Baiisv
MOAT—GODSIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
A very pretty wedding was solemnised- v at the Methodist Upper Hutt, on Saturday, February 11th, 1939, between Mabel Edith, second daughter of Mr. and; Mrs. T. Godsiff Seddoh: Street, Upper Hutt and Mr. Frank Moat,-of Lower Hutt.
The bride entered the church es- corted by her father. Her gown was of heavy '.•'satin', with shoulder, train, the veil being caught. by a spray of orange blossom. She ear-' ried a bouquet of pink and white carnations,, her only ornament being an antique locket suspended, from a gold " chain, an heirloom, which has been in the family, for a hund,red years.and worn by each daughter oh her wedding day. The sisters of the bride j Misses Molly and Janice Godsiff, who acted as bridesmaid and flower' girl, were daintily dressed in green floral georgette. Mr. Jack Taylor, Lower Hutt, carried out the duties of best man. : The Rev. Peat, officiated at the ceremony, and - this church; was filled with friends of the bride and bridegroom. Duri...