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WHO TALKED OUT OF TURN? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
WHO TALKED OUT OF TURN?
A printer, like: a lawyer and a . doctor, is entrusted with, confiden- tial matter which often is vital to the success ~of'your business. . Price lists, trade discounts, ad- vertising, sales /campaigns, and even office forms frequently con- tain information.,. Ythat logically should be kept "strictly confiden- tial." '■-"-',-".'' - When you place your orders for printing, it isa matter of good" business to place them with a printer whose regular practice is .. to keep confidential all informa- tion gained in your office or in handling" your, printing. When you i.lace your orders with the Upper Hutt Printing Co., you are placing them in the hands of a trusted servant. It is the ppl'- r icy and. the practice of every em- ploy cc to disclose no information,: ■ to keep, the plant private and to see that your job is for you alone.;.
LABOUR PARTY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
LABOUR PARTY SOCIAL.
'■-. The Upper fiutt Branch of the New Zealand Labour Party held a very enjoyable Social and Dance at the St. Hilda's Hall, on Friday evening last. • Music was supplied by the Rhythm Boys and a radio, gramophone, Mr. Wale carrying out the duties of M.C. During.the interval, supper was handed round by the Social Com- mittee.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 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. D. A. JACKSON, Hon. Secretary. UPPER HUTT BRANCH PLUNKET SOCIETY. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Will be held in the Plunket Rooms on MONDAY, JULY Ist, 1940, at 8 p.m. BUSINESS:—AnnuaI Report and Balance Sheet; Election of Officers and Committee; Gen- eral.
F. V. EVANS GENERAL ENGINEER ALL CLASSES OF WELDING. LAWN MOWER REPAIRS. . WHITEMAN'S VALLEY ROAD, L Silverstream.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 358. Daily Deliveries 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 pWYER '■•■' CHIMNEY '' S%*____lPS.' — ' Expert Workmanship. Will visit Upper Hutt. every Tuesday. 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. I ROYAL EXCHANGE I $ ASSURANCE | J> (Incorporated in England) X I Specialises in . t I ACCIDENT and | f SICKNESS I I INSURANCE. I I FARMERS— I I BUILDERS— I 1 all Master Workers | i iz enquire for I I particulars from | f HUTT VALLEY LAND! I AGENCY I I■■...
FAREWELL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
,On Saturday evening last .a pleasant party was given by Mrs. G. Hooper .and family .at their residence, Maori Bank, to f well Mr. F. E. Foster (Buster) who is shortly to-enter Camp for overseas service. The home was' tastefully dec- orated for the occasion in red, white and blue and everyone ent-. ered into the spirit of the even- ing..; -~■*■■ ■'■■Y-.';-.' Musical numbers were given by Mr. and Miss Erridge, Mrs. B. Stephenson, Mrs. B. Mbuat, Mr. R. Gibbs and Mr. H. Pelling. Danc- ing continued well into the early hours and a very pleasant time concluded with the singing of Auld Lang Syne.. : Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. F. Hodgman (Lower Hutt), Mr. and Mrs. B. Dv Temple (Lower Hutt), Mr. ■■ and Mrs. A. England, Mr. and Mrs. N. Er- ridge, Mr. and Mrs. B. Stephen- so'n,. Mr. and Mrs. L. Doughty, Mr, and Mrs. H. Pelling, Mr. and Mrs.- B. Mouat, Mr. and Mrs. ¥. Sbuthee, Mrs. J. Marshall, Misses •J. and M. Hodgman (Lower Hutt), J. Watt, M. McGhie, K. Qui...
COINCIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, of Ex- change Street, wno has two sons servmg overseas, received, a letter from one member of the lamily, who it at present in England.; which was written in South Africa. The letter states that a remarkable coincidence is that each son has now reached a coun- try, where there father had served on active service, in the past two wars, viz., South Africa and Egypt.- Mr. Arthur, who is an old sol- dier, served with the Seaforth Highlanders during the South African War and was in Egypt with the New Zealanders during 191_-i8 war.
GONE INTO CAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
GONE INTO CAMP.
Messrs.. L. Hughes and F. Henry, two well-known members of the Upper Hutt Fire Brigade, t have joined the Royal New Zea- land Air Force (Fire Brigade section) and at present are stationed at' Levin. Mr. Henry, before his enlistment, was also an active member of the Municipal Band, both as a player and also Secretary. Mr. A. England, ex-member of the Fire Brigade, has also linked up with .the Fire Brigade section at Levin.
COUNCIL NOTES. PETITION TO TAKE REFUGEES. EMERGENCY PRECAUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
PETITION TO TAKE REFUGEES.
'; The ,_->'orough met on Wednes- day evening last, Mr. J. Blewman. Mayor, presiding over a full meet- ing. A letter and wire was read from the Mayor of Napier enquiring if Upper Hutt would join with 50 other principal towns -in petition- ing the Government to offer hos- pitality, and if necessary, perman- ent adoption in.individual homes to twenty-five thousand British children as soon as can be arrang- ed. If agreeable, would the Coun- cil immediately wire acceptance. The letter further went, on to state -that a petition be filled and sent in to the Government as soon as possible. The Mayor (Mr; J. Blewman) stated that he had wired Napier favouring the petition, and that when suitable arrangement had been made would notify them of same. Councillor Gray asked that it be only for British children, the' Miayor replying that the petition since . received "*" stated children from Great Britain. Counci...
QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
Councillor Richardson asked if the Works Committee had visited McParland Street where the new State Rental Houses were now in occupation. The road was in a very bad state, also a light was re- quired. Councillor Richardson urged that the Committee put the road in order at the earliest pos- sible time. In reply, the Mayor stated that the Committee would visit the street during the week-end. Councillor Clyma asked the Works Committee to investigate- the broken crossing pipe at the corner of Beth Street and the Main Road, as at present rain water was flooding adjacent prop- erties. It was decided to get the overseer to effect the repairs. , Councillor Stewart asked that a letter be sent to the .Hutt Valley Electric Power Board complain- ing of the poor quality of electric heating now. being sold to the consumers. Mr. Stewart , stated that sometimes the heating was extraordinary poor. Councillor Poison seconded the motion. Councillor Stewart also asked if it was possibl...
COMMITTEE REPORTS. WORKS AND RESERVES COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
WORKS AND RESERVES COMMITTEE.
Upper Hutt Rugby Football Club Training Night.—The Com- mittee recommended that the Rugby Club be granted two train- ing nights, as.allotted previously. Military Football. — Provided the Park Superintendent . has no objection to the state of the ground, the Town Clerk be given authority to; allow the use of Maidstone Park for Military Foot- ball. -.-.'." B.C. Fitzema—Tree Planting of Streets.—That the Council accepts the offer with thanks, from Mr. Ritzema, for the supply of 100 trees from the Wellington Beauti- fying Society, and the Council, will pay cartage on the trees from Wellington subject to them; being of a suitable, variety. Cr. Lan- caster kindly offered to ascertain the variety of trees offered and let the Town Clerk know. Top-Dressing,_ Maidstone Park. —That twelve loads of top-dress- ing be provided. .
Water Reticulation, Field Street.—Replies received from owners, Field Street, consenting to the paymen...
BUILDING AND BY-LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
BUILDING AND BY-LAWS.
The following were approved by the above" Committee :— Miss F. M. Miller, Heretaunga, Square-Shed for Removal.—That Miss Miller's application for. the removal of a galvanised iron shed from the Exhibition Buildings be approved subject to it :■; being set back 70ft. from the road frontage. J. W. Ogilvie, Field Street, Pro- posed Dwelling.—That the plans and specifications submitted be approved. Nurse R. A. Smith, Victoria Street, —That the plans and speci- fications for proposed additions to the residence of Nurse Smith be approved. Mr. J. L. Mills, Hay Street.—' That the plans and specifications for the erection of a cottage on the corner of Park and Hay Streets be approved. W. H. Mitchell, Seddon Street. -—That the application to build a tool shed be approved providing it is set back 70ft. from the road frontage. Mr. R; Johnston,.Pine Avenue. —That Mr. Johnson's application to build a hay shed on a. section in poplar grove be approved of temporarily. H. ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SIXTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. (Fifth Sunday of Month). Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., Mattins and Litany; 7 p.m., Evensong. 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, JUNE 30th. 2.30 School. 7'p.m.—Bright Gospel Service. Speaker: Mr. F. Goulstone. All Heartily Invited. METHODIST CHURCH. -. , (Benzie Avenue). Morning at 11 a.m., "The Secret Enemies." Evening at 7 p.m., God and our Suffering. Preacher at both services, Rev. A. H. Ivory. PRESBYTERrAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt.—ll a.m., Rev. J. Q. McCaw; 7 p.m., Padre Gardener Brown. Wallaeeville.—2 p.m., Rev. J. C. McCaw. Trentham.—-7 p.m.. Rev. J. C, McCaw,"':'..? v - .'' ' Silverstream.—7 p.m., Private Sheriff. -. M"'z
STATE RENTAL HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
STATE RENTAL HOUSES.
; . Some while ago the Council/ ih ; ' response to many applications, de- cided to. advertise; for people who wished to acquire a Government 'Rental House and in a very short ..time no less than 50 applications were received. The Council, there- . upon write to the Department, pointing out the. acute housing shortage and.asked if a deputa- ; tion would be received to go into Y'.-the matter. . A reply has been received from: the Housing Department stating, that the matter is being consider- ed in the light of information re- ceived and that, the State Advanc- es Corporation were being com- municated concerning the position and that the Conneil will be. ad- vised in due course what action is being taken.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
fl Popular Price Night. S § 8 p.m. FRIDAY FRIDAY, 8 p.m. 8 8 Excellent Double Feature Attraction 8 I (1) "MAN ABOUT TOWN | 8 Starring 0 8 Jack Benny-——-—Dorothy Lamour \ \ an( * $ 8 - "Rochester" 8 | The Funniest Story—The Gayest Songs—the most \ g Lilting Music—the most Beautiful Girls and 8 0 ."Rochester." It's the best Musical Comedy for 8 8 many a long day. 8 | (2) "GRAND JURY SECRETS" 8 fi Spine Tingling Thrills with fi g John Howard and Gail Patrick fi x For the first time the screen dares to expose the fi | GRAND JURY SECRETS \ 8 Popular Price Night fi 6 8 p.m. 8 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. 2 p.m. 8 fi 8 p.m. MONDAY 8 p.m. 0 S Ginger Rogers . — David Niven fi \ " IN" " '8 BACHELOR MOTHER 8 The Comedy of the Year—Dashing situations and. 8 8 devastating speed—in a sparkling story that ripples 8 8 along merrily as a spring breeze —sometimes over 8 8 dangerously thin ice—always hilariously funny yet 8 8 always in unimpeachable good taste. 8 \ The Management Specially Recommends fi | "BA...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
MAJESTIC 8 p.m. ' SATURDAY 8 p.m. Errol Flyn Anita Louise 1 . ■ ' in Green .; ;: :"OQht : ; :: :-.. Was he the bravest man who ever laughed at death i Oi; was he the most cowardly murderer who ever * . took a human life? ' . ;. UPPER HUTT B;OROUGH COUNCIL. OFFER TO TAKE CHILDREN JFROM GREAT BRITAIN. Offers are invited from residents of the Borough of Upper Hutt ; and District for the purpose of olfering liospitality, and if necessary, ; permanent adoption to British children. ,'-' ; ... . A petition to the CTOveriimeiit to make arrangements for the transfer of 25,000 British children, as soon as can be arranged, is ' available for signature at the Council Offices. V V JYBLEWMAN, Mayoiv :'."'"-.
FOR SALE TRENTHAM.—Good Level Sec- tions, close to Station, 63 x 90, 50 x 150. .Deposit £10. Balance £1 per month. TRENTHAM.—Six rooms,, i-aere ' Section, h. & c. water, inside w.c, garage, in first-class order. Price £925. Deposit £200. HUTT VALLEY LAND AGENCY UPPER HUTT. WANTED.—W...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
PUBLIC MEETING. THE LADIES of the District are requested to attend a meeting being held in connection with Lady Gatway Guild -and . other Patriotic purposes r '-in- the St. Hilda's Hall oh Monday afternoon Jnly Ist at 2.30 p.m. ■"■■/ MRS. M. BLEWMAN, Mayoress. MRS. S. BLACKLEY, Hutt County Council. * ST. JOHN'S LADIES' GUILD. J UM B LE SALE JUMBLE SALE THURSDAY/JULY 4th AT 2 P.M. RED CROSS DONATIONS. JUNIOR RED CROSS. ~"-.. £ s. d. Takings Street Day , Stall 18 11 Sponge Raffle . . . . 10 3 Fruit Cake Raffle .. 15 0 Knitted Puppy .. . . 14 8 ■2 18 10 Rev. E. C.Sheild .. ..110 Mangaroa School Penny - Trail .. .... .. 20 0 Upper Hutt Scouts ..110 Campbell's Mill School 3 4 10 Mrs. JOiight 10 0. Mrs. Balcombe Brown 10 0 T. Johnson .. /: .. 1 0 0 A. Friend ...... 1 0 0 Rex Johnson .... 2 0 0 16 5 8 WANTED TO SELL.—Separator, in good order, as new. Apply <T' c/o 'Leader' Office. WANTED TO - SELL. — Coal Shacklock Range in good con- dition. Apply ' Leader' Office.
THE ROYAL N.Z. SOCIETY FOR THE HEALTH OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN. UPPER HUTT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
THE ROYAL N.Z. SOCIETY FOR THE HEALTH OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
UPPER HUTT BRANCH.
At a meeting of the Plunket Society Committee held recently, there were present Mesdames Campbell, Crawford, Baicome, Brown, Jones, Thomas. Rogers and Watt. Apologies for absence were received from Mesdames Blackley, Smith, McCurdy and Miss Barton. Plunket Nurse Little reported that ior the month of May there were 15 new cases. Visits to homes, Upper Hutt, 102; outstations, 85, total, 187. Visits to rooms, Upper Hutt: adults, 103, outstations, 60, babies, 88, Upper Hutt outstations, "55, pre-school children-16, Upper Hutt outstations 5, total, 327—a busy month. ..'"'_ Mrs. Balcombe Brown warmly welcomed Mrs. Rogers, who was taking the Chair for the first time since her illness. Referring to Red Cross work, Mrs. Rogers said that although the Plunket Society could not help as a body to show its sympathy, the rooms had been used for committee meetings and the cups and saucers and floral decorati...
SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The Silverstream Women's In- stitute held their monthly meeting on June 13th, Mrs. J. A. Taylor, President, being in the Chair.; Following the business of after- . noon, a demonstration of basket- making with string was given by Mrs. Howitson, of Wellington. The competition results were :-r- Cooking: Mrs. Smyrk, Ist, apple pie; Apron: Mrs. Futter, Ist; Best Bloom: Mrs. Smyrk. Afternoon tea was served by the hostesses and the meeting conclud- ed by the singing of the National Anthem.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 June 1940
NOTICE. No Advertisements or news will be accepted, for publication after 9 a.m. on Wednesdays. / YOUNG SOLDIERS; Young soldiers to the battlefields go, To save their country, to fight the foe, As their fathers' fought long years ago; . To fight and win. And though they fought be fierce and long, They bravely struggle with courage strong; And all the world will sing a song Of praise. And when the fight at last is o'er, Their countrymen welcome them on England's shore; For victory is theirs once more. They fought and won. Housewife: "If I give you sixpence will you spend it on drink?" Tramp: "If you insist.'* "The time will come," thundered the lecturer on -women's rights, "when women .will get-men's wages." "Yes," said a weadi, little man in the back seat, "next Friday night." i. *" " PRESENTATION OF RADIO TO R.S.A. In reply to an appeal for a radio set for use of the • soldiers iii the Returned Soldiers' Room, a mag- nificent set has been presented by Mrs. T. Fisher, of the Provinc...