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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

I W/T A VX? A T X>! L|y* AY rAI rCf 5 Popular Price Night 8 | 3 p:m. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 p.m. J J Thrilling Double Feature Programme. I | (1) "THE MAN WHO WOULDN'TTALK" ! I WITH fi :'.^:': iloyd Nolan,;- tfean Rogers, Eric Blore * f | Headlines thundered "Guilty." The State demand- fi |ed Death. What secret sealed his lips—this man 8 | who invited Death. B | (2) Down to Earth Comedy ill § I "QITCCK MnjJONS'' fi j WITH I I THE JONES FAMILY | | Here they go again, off to the Grand Canyon to { | inherits gold mine, and what with Injun Ghosts, l J fake Geologists and Bandits they strike a rich vein: ! l| of fun and excitement. [

7T :*^^& && &23Z^^ 0 I 2p.m. 8 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. 2 p,m. jj J 8 p.m. MONDAY 8 p.m. § fi With Pleasure We Present g I SONJA HENIE | At Night fi ; V with : ' .. j I RAYMILLAND^^ | j And a Mighty Supporting Cast. I( I Stonja in a picture thrillin^ly different; i & Like the night is brings you Romance, Mystery, j I Laughter and Beauty in t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

MAJESTIC • i SPECIAL NOTICE. OPENING SHORTLY WITH NEW SOUND AND HEATING PLANT. SPRING IS HERE! " ■mmP] IN AMD- INSPECT '. ■'. BAZELWOOBS :.;■:■■ fudl eakgb of new seiaiskm's seeds — ' JUBT ARiRIVED. ■ /' MAMBEIS AND' GARDEN REQUISITES, HAZELWOOD'S DEPARTMENT STORE MAIN ROAID' UPPEQEt HUTT. Phones 1 and 18.

WANTED KNOWN We Sell MILEX and ETHYLENE Gives 10 peroentto 25 per cent more mileage. Make your Petrol allow- ance go farther. UPPER HUTT PETROL SUPPLIES- LTD, .■.:.'■■

> NOTICE. I SILVERSTREAM | .RESIDENTS. I " Commencing from To--J day (Thursday, Aug. Bth) I the "Leader" may be ob-| tamed from Lancaster's? Store. J Kindly make arrange-l ments with Mr Lancasterl to reserve your copy. |

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CARRYING ON ... . [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

CARRYING ON ... .

Do you feel that this war has nothing to do with you? You are wrong. It has every- thing to do with you: and you have everything to do with it.

If the Nazis Won.

■All ypu value in life—your home, your children, your hope of developing yourself and .giving them a better chance: your per- sonal happiness and comfort, how- ever limited that may be—would go if the Nazis won. They would, make a slave of you, with no mind of-, your own and no opinions they would take your children and teach them to spy on you. Per- haps you realise this: but yoii may not see what you are to do about it, or how you come in. Lots o:f people want to be serv- ing: doing war work. They can't get a chance. There' doesn't seem anything special for them to do. Yet there is: it is not spectacu- lar, but it is1 terribly important. Wars are won and lost not only by the. armies in the field, the navies on the seas, the aeroplanes in the air.' They are won also by the people at home...

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DANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

DANCES.

Upper Hutt will be the venue of quite a number of dances during the next few weeks. Commencing on Friday, the Au Revoir to the local boys will be held at the Re- cord Hall. Parents or next of kin of the boys will be the guests of the Committee on that evening. Dancing will be indulged in-and interspersed with items by„ the .Rhythm Boys. The Mayor will address the boys and also make a presentation to them. : Residents of the district ~ are cordially invited to be present, the charges being very moderate. The local R.S.A. will be holding their first dance of the season on Wednesday evening next. The added attraction will be the Mili- tary Orchestra (first time in- Upper Hutt)*. Dancers" are re- quested to be early on the mark as a large assembly is assured. The Warriors Hockey Club, who has held several successful dances this season, will again stage yet another on Thursday, August 29. As in the past,' everything will be done to cater for the dancing public.

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A LITTLE HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

A LITTLE HUMOUR.

Two men had'; been out fishing1 all day, and were returning home without -a single fish; between them, and in bad tempers. A dog 7.ran out and barked at/ them, and one of the.fishermen pushed it away with his; foot. f _. "Hi, watch out!" warned the other. " That's a fierce-looking brute. He might bite you, you know." v .

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RUGBY. FOURTH GRADE v. ORIENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

RUGBY.

EOURTH GRADE v. ORIENTAL.

f. The local /Fbiirth jgrade 7"were" a|:ain successful last Saturday jih' their game with Oriental at Wake- field Park, winning by seven- points to six. Play was of a fast order with Upper Hutt holding the advant- age for the first 15 minutes and Oriental were hard pressed. R. Wilkinson fielded a clearing .kick" and, steading himself, he potted a beautiful field goal from thirty- five yards out. Play continued* at a fast pace until half-time without further score. The second spell .opened with Upper Hutt forwards showing to advantage, ably led by B. Comeskey, and after Bremner had broken through and kicked in-field where the forwards car- ried on, B. Comeskey scored. At this stage, Upper Hutt -were de- finitely on top, but suffered a seri- ous setback when their full-back, Wilkinson, was injured in a col- lision and. had to- be carried off on a stretcher. This nearly let Orien- tal over, but Bremner staged yet' another brilliant tackle to...

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THIRDS DEFEAT LOWER HUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

THIRDS DEFEAT LOWER HUTT.

The Third grade game against Lower Hutt was very quiet in the first spell; although Upper Hutt were unlucky not scoring several times, Lower Hutt having to down no less than five times. The first to score for ..Upper Hutt was Ted Gribben, who kick- ed a penalty and the. score at half-^- ---time was Upper Hutt 3, Lower Hiitt 0. The game brightened up in the second spell,- r and' it' was not long- before Tom Blewman went over for a try wide out. Gribben's kick at goal failed.—6—o. The next score by-Upper Hutt was the result of perfect unison by the forwards and backs, when Gribben secured the > ball in the loose and sent it on to Oram, who passed back to Grijbben, who again ■ passed to Sec. Martin, and Martin in turn sent it on to Skinly, a try being the result of this piece of good work. Gribben added", two more points by converting.— 11—0. •."',. Bill Stott's try was also a good one as he cut the Lower Hutt de- fence to pieces, scoring quite close ...

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HOSPITAL STAFF. PART-TIME MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

HOSPITAL STAFF.

PART-TIME MEDICAL APPOINTMENTS.

The appointments are as fol- lows,; the asterisks denoting that the appointees are absent on. v Service:-— Senior Physicians.—Permanent■-'•: Dr. J. R. Boyd (first)*, Dr. J. M. Twhigg*, Dr. W. G. C. Patersori, N JPrfesent: Dr. C. R. Burns (first), Dr. W. C. Paterson, Dr. Q. Gv Kemp.; (Dr. Burns to be first re- lief and f iDr. Kemp second relief. Dr. Burns to receive only senior physician's salary; diiririg Dr.* Boyd's absence, but if called on to do extra sessions as cardiologist,- to be paid at session rate). Physician, Childrens Hospital.— Permanent: Dr. F. M. Spencer*. Present: Dr. N. R. Mackay. Assistant Physician, Fever. — Dr. F. E. Bolt. Assistant Physicians.—Perman-' ent: Dr. M. Williams*, Dr. M. Kronfcld*. Present: Dr. W. F. Shirer (first relief). Dr. R. A.- Bakewell (second relief). Consulting Dermatologist.—Dr. H. Graham Robertson. Consulting Cardiologist.—Dr. CR. Burns. Senior Surgeons.—Permanent: Dr .T. DM. Stout...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

A. CLAPHAM CHIMNEYSWEEP. Expert Workmanship. Will visit Upper Hutt every. Tuesday. Leave your orders with Hazelwood & Co. -" 'Phone 1.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

UPPER HUTT PATRIOTIC COMMITTEE. RECEIPTS FROM COLLECTION BOXES PLACED AT AUTHOR- ISED POINTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT. COLLECTIONS MADE PERIOD ENDING 3/8/40." Clyde's Store, Upper Hutt:— J.0.D., 10/-; loose, 6d. . Gillbank's Store; Trentham:— O. A. Pensioner, £1; Mrs r R., 2/6; loose 6/3. Reid Js Store, \ Wallaceville:— A.R., 2/6; J.R., 6d.; J.P., 1/-. L. Ruscoe (Barbers Shop, Tren- tham), (grant from each haircut). Gawdy's Store, Trentham:— E.G., 10/-; loose, lOd.; A.W.P., 10/-. Self Help Store, Trentham:— G.L., Id.; E.W., -Jd.'; loose, 1/Is. Hazelwood's Store, ' Upper Hutt:—Loose, 2/2. Hercock's Store, Upper Hutt:— Loose, 2/10"; F.F.H., £1. . -/ Bigg's Store, Upper .Hutt:— 'Loose, 9/5. Self Help Store, Upper Hutt:— Loose, 1/I;M.M., 2/-. Total:—£7/10/4.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 8 August 1940

- -R-B-S-I-D-EHST-T-S' - 0¥ SILVmSTKEAM VISIT LANCASTER'S ' FOR YOUR REQUIREMENTS. WE DELIVER. Agents for Daily and Weekly Papers

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

VOL.II.

Leader.

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 lil. UPPER HUTT

CARRITINa CO. LTD. WHO_LESA_LE DEALERS & CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76M. Wellington 42-044.

THUBSDAY, ATOUBT -,15th,-. 1940. ,

Registered at the G.P.0., Welling- ton as a newspaper.

No. 32.

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NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS SOCIETY. UPPER HUTT SUB-CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS SOCIETY.

UPPER HUTT SUB-CENTRE.

Classes in First-Aid are to com- mence in St. Hilda's Hall, on Mon- day next, August 19th at 7.30 p.m. and classes in Hygiene and Sanita- tion in the St..Hilda's Hall on Thursday, August 22nd "at 7.45 p.m. ■ Interested students are request- ed to enrol on the first night as the lectures cannot be repeated.

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ANNUAL BALL. SUCCESSFUL F.U. & W.D.F.U. EVENT IN UPPER HUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

ANNUAL BALL.

SUCCESSFUL F.U. & W.D.F.U. EVENT IN UPPER HUTT.

The Annual Ball on Friday night in the Record Hall, Upper Hult, under^the auspices of the Farmer's Union and the Women's - Division of' the Farmers' Union was symptomatic of the remark- able progress and increased mem- bership of the Union. Progress brings with it tbe need for expansion ' and the Union, which has for many years been comfortably housed in St. Hilda's schoolroom, envisages rooms for itself and the proceeds of the ball will be devoted 1o this objective. With the hundreds of dancers on the floor, the scene was one of brilliance and 'animation as they danced to the ever-popular tunes played by Sherwood's orchestra. The home-fma'de supper was wholly donated by the members and was much enjoyed.- The part of M.C. was ably ca.r"ried out by Mr. G. Cottle, President of the Farmers' Union, who brought a very happy evening to a close by asking everyone to sing "Old Lang Syne." The monthly meeting of the...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 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. NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS SOCIETY. UPPER HUTT SUB-CENTRE. FIRST-AID CLASSES commence on Monday next August 19th - at 7.30 p.m. in St. Hilda's Hall. HYGIENE and SANITATION- CLASSES commence ou Thursday next, August 22nd at 7.45 p.m. in the St. Hilda's Hall. ' • Membership Fee: 2/6 per year; Class Fee: 2/6 per course. Students are requested to enrol" on the opening night. E. M. TAYLOR, Hon. Secretary. FILM DISPLAY IN ST. HILDA'S HALL. TO-NIGHT At the invitation of the Social Committee of the Upper Hutt Branch of the Labour Party, the Shell Oil. Company of N.Z., Ltd., has consented to screen two hours of film of educational and general interest in the St. Hilda's Hall,' Upper 'Hutt, To-night, Thursday, 15th August, commencing at 8 - p.m. -/ . A collection will be taken to de- fray overhead costs. All welcome.

D-A-N...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

PETROL — TRADING HOURS. As from MONDAY, .19th AUGUST, the Trading Hours of the PETROL RESELLERS in the District, will be as follows:— MONDAY, - - TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, - THURSDAY, SATURDAY, (7.30 a.m. to 6 p.m.) FRIDAY, ' (7.30 a.m. to 9 p.m.). SUNDAY, (Closed all day.) EXCEPTING thalt the undermentioned Service Stations .will, in weekly rotation, continue to be open iioni 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. each day. and also on SUNDAY: / ' Baigent Motors Ltd.—l9th August to 25th AugusJt. ' Heretaunga Service Station (E. R. Menzies) 26th August to Ist. September. Upper Hutt Peti'ol Supplies -Ltd.—2nd (to Bth September. » Howell Motors Ltd.—9th to loth September. Gething's Premier M(otors. —16th to 22nd. September. : Emergency Stations, after 9 p.m. and before 7.30 a.m. are:— Gething's Premier Motors, Upper Hutt, Heretaunga Service Station, Trentham. The Public are asked to keep this notice before them until such time as.they are conversant with the hours.

FOR SALE. Upper Hutt. 2 bedrooms, sitting...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

WANTEDT^An educated and cul- -7 tured gentleman, to share a small furnished house. Total ab- stainer absolutely essential. Char- acter must bear- the strictest in- vestigation. References exchangr cd. Apply 'Companion', c/o 'Lead- er '. Office. f ~.-."' 7

UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R. 0. H. ASKEW 'Phone 375. — Main Road, UPPER HUTT. Carbonettes, Coke,. Screened CoaL The best in firewood requirements. T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. , BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. 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.) . GoodL Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. -. FIRST CLASS DINING. ROOM. FOR SALE. POTATOES! POTATOES! SUTTON SUPREME. — Eating and Seed. -8/-' per cwt. Apply T. McOrath, .Royal Street, or Hutt Valley Land Agency | RO...

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RUSSIA FIGHTS DISEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

RUSSIA FIGHTS DISEASE.

(By Joan McMiohael)..

(Continued from Last Week.)

This new type of specialised hos- pital which combines treatment of a selected type of case with research, is one of the striking new develop- ments in Soviet medicine. For in- stance, the Hospital for Industrial Diseases is, I believe, unique. And a new technique for the transfusion of stored human blood has been de- veloped in the Central Emergency Hospital in Moscow, which has led ■to an immense improvement in the treatment of severe blood-loss, from whatever cause. The value of these methods is only now becoming fully appreciated in other countries.' Medical student's in Russia have five years' training, followed by a year at least in hospital, which is much the same as in this country, but there is one big difference. In Soviet Russia, medical students, in common with all other students; don't have to pay any fees for their, training. On the contrary, they are paid a living wage while the...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. FRANDI. ANOTHER LOSS TO LOCAL FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

PRESENTATION TO MR. FRANDI.

ANOTHER LOSS TO LOCAL FIRE BRIGADE.

Mr. K. Frandi, a member of the Upp.er Hutt Fire 'Brigade, who has; ■accepted a Government p'ositioh at Stephen Islandrwas farewelled by fellow members of the Brigade and others on Wednesday evening ■•last.7 ~ '■* y Supt. W.. Wakelin said that Fireman Frandi had been a mem- ber of tjie Brigade for the past two years and was now leaving on special work for the Government. Mr. Wakelin stated, that since Fireman Frandi had been an; active member of the Brigade, he had always carried out his duties efficiently and it was with regret the Brigade wag losing his ser- ' vices. •" Mr. B. M. Wilmshurst, Town Clerk, said"he was sure that wlien he wished Mr. Frandi the best of good luck in his new sphere, that he was echoing the sentiments of the \Council and the members of ' the Brigade.7 They were all very sorry, the guest -of honour was leaving the district, but sincerely

hoped that he -would be back again to th...

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LADIES' REST ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

LADIES' REST ROOM.

At last the long awaited Ladies'. Rest Room in the Upper Hutt Is becoming a reality and it will not be long before it -will be opened. •The building itself which is just behind the Borough Chambers, -is. an. excellent room and most up-to-' date. - > • ■''"■ Particulars of. the Rest Room are: (1) Large Toom will electric- fire, occasional table, chairs and furnishings; (2) Ante room with wash basin and looking-glass; (3') lavatories and conveniences. The use of these rooms will be free to all ladies, no charge what-i soever being made.

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