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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
HAZELWOOD'S Last Two Days of Sale Friday, February 17TH Saturday, February 18th. ODDMENTS IN LINO AT CLEARING SALE PRICES. A FEW BOYS' SUITS, Navy and Grey. Clearing at. 15/6 and 18/6 Sale Price. MILLINERY SLAUGHTERED FOR LAST -i IWO DAYS A* HALF SALE PRICE. 7-REMNANTS HALF SALE PRICE FRIDAY & SATURDAY.
FOR SALE. gHACKLOCK Orion Range, Chrom- •' .ium plated door arid side rack. Complete with Boiler. Near! ynew. £8. ipWYFORD'S Porcelain wash basin, slightly damaged, 30/-. 20 gal. barrel, 30/-. Stone Jars-- r- ---.1 gal. 4/-. 2 gal. 6/-. A. HAZELWOOD Ring 201
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS of finest quality at City Prices. Small Goods a Specialty. D. CLYDE , Phone 134 M. We Deliver.
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
Quinquagesima. \ Trentham: II a.m., -Litany and H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Avery). Upper Hutt: 8 a.m., H.C.;' 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar )<i;: -' Silverstream': 7 p.m., Even- song (Mr. Snell). Akatarawa: 9.30 a.m., H.C.; : 7 p.m., Evensong; Mr. Mason): Tuesdays 21st February, Kai- toki: 7 p.m.., Evensong. • "Wednesday, 22nd February,— Ash Wednesday." Trentham: 10,30 a,m.; H.C..;." 7.45 p.m.,. Service and address. Upper Hutt: .9 a.m.', H.C V • Thursday,' ; 23rd February, Upper Hutt: • 7.45 p.m., Service o-nd address. "'. - Rev. N. E. WINHALL, .'■.".■.■' '''/■■■■■■ Wh*r> ■■:■■,;
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
LOCAL & GENERAL.
Mr. R. Tompkins, of Alkatar- awa, recently had the pleasure; of renewing; his y quain tance after .25 years, with Earl Reality, who has beeiV.visiting'New Zealand. Mr.;- Tompkins, who 6omes from the same town in Ire]and as Beatty, was n guest to morning tea at the Waterloo ■ Hotel..with H s Lordship l . .:
Mr. W. Comber, a past Presi- dent of the, lo car branch of the R.S.A., is at present.;an inmate of the Wellington Hospital; A speedy recovery is; the wish of all diggers in the; district.;
Miss. P.. Srjiyrk, Silverstream, left on a health recruiting trip to Napier, during the past week.
The Trentham Salvation; Army are holding their Annual Picnic on Saturday tit •Moohshiiie. Mem- bers are assured of a good time.
HIGH SCHOOL FOR UPPER HUTT? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
HIGH SCHOOL FOR UPPER HUTT?
What has happened about the High School, for Upper Hutt? Sometime ago meetings were held in. the district lb stimulate the in- terests ,of all concerned in the. proposal of a high school. ; The Minister of Education was ; approached, and after viewing various sites for the proposal, it--, wasi understood 1 the time was not far distant 'when such ;a school would be erected within the. Bor- ough. However,: it seems ho finality has yet been.reached. In. the meantime, the Hutt Valley High ;vt the request of the - Department, has agreed to find ac- commodation in its manual train- ing rooms for the instruction-of .•primary school pupils from the Upper Hutt district. :
MAKING SURE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
"No sir,'' said ,the barber, as he lathered- the customer's -face. '' I used to give credit once, but ■ -nobody. asks for it now." " Oh." said the customer, sur- prised. ' is that?" •'[:: .-' "Well;; I got tired of keeping : books and- so, whenever a man asked for credit, I used to put; a little nick in his hose with the razor and keep' tally that, way, Nowadays ..thy all seem" to .prefer paying on the nail."' The customer fidgeted in his Viiai-- 1 and then felt in his pocket. "I suppose," he ;said, "you ]irt.ve no objection to being paid in advance?" ■ ■ . ' ■ .
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
It is understood that the opin- ions, criticisms, or suggestions ex- pressed by our correspondents are their own and -not- recessarily tho views of; the " Leader. ,; ' pondence can appear under a nbm- de-plume but eorrespondehts m ust ""■"lose their name n.'iti-' addiv.-S:- ---lo the Editor. . - '
(To tie.Editor.) Sir,. .'•';'... . .. Our attention is again - drawn, to the purchase of Maidstone Park> in a recent, copy of our daily papers, and from the re- marks, it appears as if- our 'Goah--, cil has turned ; another; somer- sault. They have made; the foV lowing statements. • 1 .We are going to purchase the -Park, .by Order in Council. >• . 2. We have purchased the Park, Mr. Davis agreeing to accept 30 year • debentures. • 3. We -are going to buy the Park • under the Physical Recrea- ".;■■;■ r tioh: Act. '-■ :l.;-' 4, We have applied .to the Loans' Board for money to ';' purchase the Park. .... Now on top of all this a notice appears in the , Press,...
PHYSICAL FITNESS CAMPAIGN. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 25TH [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
PHYSICAL FITNESS CAMPAIGN.
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 25TH
. is Upper. Hutt's day to show the meaning of Physical . fitness and we -can be assured that something', worthwhile will be seen by the people, who care to visit the Park on this occasion. Gymnastic displays, basketball, football, folk-dancing, etc., will be demonstrated, together with lec- tures on fitness. All Sports. Associations are re- quested to participate in: the par- ade, . ' V Parents and children, make Maidstone Park; your rendezvous ••■ ' The Upper Hutt ■ Municipal Band will be in attend-, ance throughout the afternoon, if
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HTJTT T, Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wiries, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRSTVeiASS XHNING ROOM. LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to ail makes of Cars. Battery Charging, Ace. Welding, Break Down Service. ~ Repairs to; all makes of Cars. Tyres and. Oils Stocked:' . , Phone 40 M/,' . t 7 PPER HXITT/ 7 wanteds; etc. "RH3R SALE-— of Bees. Rea- sonable price. Apply W.Bear- mariy Maori Bank.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
SECOND WEEK OF SALE at THE MARIETTE Opp. Council 'Chambers Phone 37 M UPPER HUTT. EVERYTHING GENUINELY REDUCED. DRASTIC CUTS IN ALL SECTIONS. Don't, miss this opportunity to procure something really / 4 worth while at BEDROCK PRICES Frocks, : Coats i — : Suits and Millinery. Hosiery, Gloves and.' Underwear. SALE PRICES ARE CASH PRICES. Any Goods Kept On Deposit Till End Of Sale.
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BtJTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER Hutt. One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. BUY LOCALLY.
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
The Upper Hutt Women's Institute met for- the first time this year on Tuesday,' February 7th, Mrs. Spencer, Presifclent, being in the Chair. During the afternoon, Mrs ■ Bradley. entertained ■■ the members -vfith 'songs and a talk on her recent, visit to Australia;: A competition was held - which; was ' won by Mrs. Bradley. The results of the competitions for the month, were:-—Tomatoes, Mrs. Weatherley Ist; Mrs. Galey 2nd.; salad-dressing, Mrs. D. Eives Ist, Mrs. Braid 2nd; thrift- article, Mrs. Hyslop Ist," Mrs. Spencer 2nd. Afternoon tea was served by the hostessed and the meeting . terminated with- the singing of the National Anthem.
GIFT TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
A very pleasant, afternoon was spent recently at Mrs. Richarid Bradley's home, Maori Bank, where a gift tea was 1 given in hon- our of Miss- Enid Whiteman. The hostesses for the after- noon were Mrs. R. Smith*; Mrs. , Frank Whiteman and Mrs. R: Bradley.. The guest of honoiir was-pre- sented with a shoulder spr v ay to . match her charming ensemble; of London tan and white. "Musical items were rendered by Mesdames Fortune, Whitemah and Bradley during the after- .< noon, after which a. delicious tea was served. The opening of parcels was quite an event and many useful •and beautiful, gifts were; received by the guest;ol honour. ' ; ; Miss Whiteman in a ; happy; speech, returned- thanks to "her hostesses and all present; for the splendid array .of gifts. - f Among those present-were Mes- dames C. Whiteman, JPerham, Moir, Watt, :Findlay, Reynolds, Collins, Blackett, Butler, Fortune, Thomas, ajicl : Christie. Misses Pat Thomas, P.Findlay and .E. Whiteman.
WOMEN'S DIVISION FARMERS' UNION. UPPER HUTT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
WOMEN'S DIVISION FARMERS' UNION.
UPPER HUTT BRANCH.
The first monthly meeting of the year of the above branch, was held at St. Hilda's Hall recently. Through the absence of ;the President, Mrs. Hawthorne, the,; Chair was occupied by Mrs; 0. ; Collie.; ;: ",.'; ; ';;',::-V ; '■' ,'.'l'-.There-.-'.was a fair; attendance, of members present, and the monthly, competition, (Worked Tray. Cloth), was won by Mrs. W. Clifford, Mrs. W. Coilett gaining second place. After the business of the branch had been disposed of, the members sat down to a dainty tea, served by the hostesses for the month.