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RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

RATES.

Payment of rates are well up to expectations and it is hoped on the final day for discount that the percentage collected of rates struckfwill be on a par. with previ- ous years. . ; The Rate Collector, Mr. B. M. Wilmshurst, is more than pleased wjth the way ratepayers have as- sisted in making payment so promptly. .

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

Printed by the Upper. Hutt Print- ing Co., Princes Street, Upper Hutt/ and published by Ralplj Hilton Ashford. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15th, 19^

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

UPRISE MtTTT A3STD DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE Annual General Meeting will be held in the Borough Coun- cil Chambers at 8 p.m. on Friday, 23rd August, 1940. Members and others interested Business, Balance-sheet, Elec- tion of Officers and General. V A. JOHNSON, Hon. Secretary. CHURCH SERVICES. CHURCH OP ENGLAND. THIRTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. Upper hutt.—B a.m., Holy Com- munion; 7 p.m., Evensong (The- Vicar). Thentham.—ll a.m., Matins;' 11.45 a.m., Holy Communion; 7 p.m., Evensong. Silverstream.—7^ p.m., Even- song. Akatarawa.—9.3o a.m., Holy Communion. METHODIST CHURCH. (Benzie Avenue.) Morning at 11.—'The Content of Worship.' Evening at 7.—'Those who see God.' Sacrament at close of evening service. Preacher at both services: Rev. A. H. Ivory. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. - SUNDAY, AUGUST 18th. 2.30 p.m.—Sunday School. 7 p.m.—Bright Gospel Service. Sp.eaker: Mr. C. J. Drake, Well- ington. Subject: "The War and the Lord's Return.-' A subject of great interest and which concern...

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SEPTIC TANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

SEPTIC TANKS.

In a district like Upper Hutt where the sub-soil consists of lay- ers of river shingle and gravel, conditions are ideal, for the dispos- al of sewage by septic tanks such -, as have been' provided for most of the houses built during the last ten years. Many of the older houses have also had installed this desirable modern method of sani- tation. It is in fact coming to be realised that the building of a sep- tic tank in the back garden may cost no more than the laying of a long pipe through the front gard- en to connect with a main sewer in the street. ■ A few words of explanation may enable our readers to the working of a septic tank, and so avoid troubles which arise from misuse. . The tank consists essen- tially of free compartments. The first; receives the solids washed in by the flush of water. - In this part the germs accompanying the solids flourish and multiply (hence the name ''septic"), and in so doing they break down the solids into substances which di...

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UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.

The meeting of the Upper Hutt Women's Institute, held on Aug- ust 6thj was very well attended, Mrs. Jones, President, being in the Chair. " Mrs. Spackman detailed the ar- rangements for the Arts and Crafts classes to be held in con- nexion with the W.E.A. During the afternoon, a success- ful Bring and Buy_J3ale was car- ried on. Members of the Knitting Circle continite to make soldiers' com- forts and funds for this activity are raised by the holding of week- ly ,- euchre parties. Mrs. 'Spencer was chosen" as group delegate. Gruessing competi"tioiis were won . by Mrs. T£engh and Mrs. Blewman. The result of the monthly conu petitions were: Date loaf: Mrs. Robinson, Ist, Mrs. Williams, 2nd; Best Bloom: Mrs. Routiey. Afternoon tea was served by the hostesses.

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WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

WALLACEVILLE WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.

.7 : The Monthly Meeting of the Wallaceville Women's Institute was held recently, Mrs. Hopkirk presiding. Major Armstrong, Salvation Army, gave a most interesting talk on the History of the Maoris, their life and customs, in the early days and was accorded a very hearty vote of thanks. Competitions for the afternoon were; "Something new from something old" (all garments were, handed into the Lady Gal- way Guild for refugees): Ist, Mrs. Webber,'2nd, Mrs. Williams;. Best Flower: Mesdames Hopkirk and Anderson, equal. ~ ; ;The hostesses were Mesdames White, Webber, Williams, Ander- son, Braid and Chambers. '.-..'■"

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

8 Popular Price Night. fi §8 p.m. FRIDAY FRIDAY 8 p.m. j .: ~~~~±- ■■:- ■■'■: ■ ' g Splendid Double Feature Programme. * j 8 - ' ■ -!i- ---9 (1) CHARLIE CHAN x IN RENO - j I Sidney Toler — Slim Summerville—Phyllis Brooks \ %' Chan in his latest and most thrilling ease, as he flies A*} % half-way round the world to the playground of J 8 glamorous women to save an innocent girl. | § (2) The Laugh of Your Lifetime i I "THE DAY THE BOOKIEiS WEPT" I 1;---::;-'-::: ■■' ;w^./ -; ;^:'V'~;;: '%>■ I J Joe Penner and Betty arable § |A. Race Track Riot of J^irth—o3lT.'s and Dark Do- f fi ings when a tipsy racehorse runs home to victory, fi | GIRLS BOYS j % _ 0 2 p.m. SATURDAY MATINEE 2 p.m. I \ Great Programme of Laughs and Thrills. I | (1) CHARLIE CHAN IN RENO I | (2) WALT DISNEY CARTOON f % (3) SERIAL 8 $ (4) JOE PENNER in "THE DAY THE . 8 1 BOOKIES WEPT." |

0 8 p.m. SATURDAY 8 p.m. fi § 8 p.m. MONDAY 8 p.m. 8 I The Housekeeper's I | Daughter | |; . * WITH - | | JOAN BENNETT ADOLPH M...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

MAJESTIC I ■ 1... .'"••' ' ■'.' 1 ' - •• ... " r SPECIAL NOTICE. OPENING SHORTLY WITH NEW SOUND AND HEATING PLANT. vr^,___^,____r^^

I NOTICE. I I SILVERSTREAM | I RESIDENTS. | I Commencing from To-f | day (Thursday, Aug; Bth) | Ithe ''Leader" may be ob-| xtained from Lancaster's! | Store. I I Kindly make arrangerS | ments with Mr Lancaster? ;I to reserve your copy. |

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NAVY AS A CAREER MORE MEN WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

NAVY AS A CAREER

MORE MEN WANTED.

" Any boy who joins the Navy is sure' of a rich and varied career,' 7 said the Minister of De- fence the Hon. F7 Jones), when discussing the New Zealand Naval Forces as a career in an address on Monday night. The Minister said there still existed the need for long-term recruiting, for this con- tinued in war as m peacetime. A famous phrase from the articles of war of the Royal Navy was worth remembering. It read as follows: "It is on the' Navy—under the good providence of God—that the wealth, safety, and strength of the Kingdom chiefly depended." "The Government aims to man ships of the New Zealand Squad- ron entirely with New Zealand- crs," said Mr. Jones. "After the war we- shall depend on -our men and boys who wish to make ser- vice in v the Navy their life's career. These will be needed to replace reservists who "took the place of Imperial men. "Our men and boys are trained in H.M.S. Philomel. At the end of a year's training in H.M.S...

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BAND WEEK-END AT THE SALVATION ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

BAND WEEK-END AT THE SALVATION ARMY.

This coming week-endT is. the celebration of Band week-end when Major H.; C. Groffin, f-frbm Wellington, 7 will be in charge, y'

7 Oh Saturday night at 6 p.m;., all members of the Band League are invited to tea in the Salvation Army Hall, to; he : followed bya programmeat 8 p.m-. by the Band and assisting: artists. ..7 7

7Admission to the concert is free. Come along 7 and7--.enjoy yourself, and meet the-Major :at our sth An- niversary pf - the local Salvation Army Band. 7 . ■"" : vf7'f

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MITTENS FOR TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

MITTENS FOR TRENTHAM.

.The appeal Cor 'mittens .for the soldiers at Trentham Camp made by Captain Pearse, of the Church Army, when speaking at St. Anne's Church, Northland, on Sunday night was referred to on Tuesday by Mr. E. M. Bardsley, Honorary Secretary of the Well- ington' Provincial Patriotic Coun- cil. The first duty, of a patriotic council, said Mr. Bardsley, was to' the troops overseas, and the great- er bulk of knitted goods therefore wenl overseas. Local troops, how- ever, and' particularly those on regular guard duty, were kept supplied with such articles as mit- tens and balaclavas and within the last fortnight a quantity of mit- tens, exceeding 2000 pairs, was forwarded lo the Officer Com-

mandiiig at Trentham. Like the Patriotic Council, the Church Army and other .such organisa- tions ,were always willing to supply the men with any real need, but in view of the recent bulk supply of mittens to Trent- ham it. was difficult to understand why the men should b...

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ENJOYABLE EVENING TO LOCAL MEMBERS OF THE THIRD ECHELON. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

ENJOYABLE EVENING TO LOCAL MEMBERS OF THE THIRD ECHELON.

On Friday evening last the local Patriotic Committee entertained local boys of the Third Echelon to a social evening and dance. During the evening, His Wor- ship the Mayor, Mr. J. Blewman, addressed those assembled and presented each soldier with a gift. Mr. J. Maher, Chairman of the Hutt County, also wished the boys luck, stating that all who stayed behind must bo prepared to sacri- cc their money and goods so that when the soldiers returned they would be given their right place among the community once again. Cheers were given for the Echelon led by the Mayor. Dancing was indulged in to the strains of the Excelsior Dance Band, who gave their service free. The Hon. V. Ward,' M.L.C., acted as M.C. During the evening the Rhythm Boys entertained with several items. The Committee responsible for tbe entertainment were the Mayor, Chairman; Col. and Mrs. T. A. - Hunter-; Mrs. Castle; Messrs. J. -Purvis; C. A. Corder; A. Snell...

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THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

THEY SAY—WHAT DO THEY SAY?

(By the 'Listener.')

THAT the four Musketeers went soiith to see the Grand National. 7-

THAT-the. traffic in the district \vas under complete control whilst they were; away. v

THAT it is hoped they lost old man 'flu when crossing the straits.

THAT our; soldier boys who have been oh leave have once again returned -to damp 'locking well after, their little holiday. -

THAT quite a number of the local boys who have been visiting Upper Hutt, returned north on Tuesday last. ■

THAT the march through the city on Saturday next should be witnessed by everyone possible.

.;;THAT last Saturday was-a big 7disappointment {to all the local 7football enthusiasts, as ho matches were played in the district.

THAT the ; match looked for- ward to was that of Seatoun and the locaP Third team.

THAT perhaps7it was best the match :was: postponed, as ; the Maidstone Park'"ground, was heavy and may have upset our-boys.: 7

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UPPER HUTT BOY SCOUTS. PRESENTATION TO SCOUTMASTER J. MORLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

UPPER HUTT BOY SCOUTS.

PRESENTATION TO SCOUTMASTER J. MORLEY.

T,he local troop of Boy Scouts, parents and; members of the Com- mittee spent a very enjoyable .evening recently at the Rose of Sharon Hall. The object of the entertainment was' a farewell send-off to Scoutmaster Jack Mor- ley, who is once again in khaki. During the evening, members of the Scout" troop 7; and. Cubs gave; humerbus items of interest, after^ which acting Scoutmaster W. Mor- ley, (son of the guest of the even- ing), provided musical items on a piano-accordion. . -Mr. Wilson, Chairman of the Committee, presented Mr. Morley ; with a gift as a token of esteem from the boys. ' " ; Mr. Morley, who is; a returned soldier., is at preseirt stationed at Papakura with the New Zealand Artillery, and holds the rank of Corporal. ."

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BASKETBALL. HUTT VALLEY FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY, 17th AUGUST A GRADE IS. POSTPONED [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

BASKETBALL.

HUTT VALLEY FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY, 17th AUGUST

A GRADE IS. POSTPONED

Junior.—Kia Toa v. C.0.G., Hutt Central No. 1, 1.50 p.m., Mrs. Reed. Levers v. Technical, Hutt Cen- tral No. 1, 2.50 p.m., Mr. Pointon. Capstan v. Raitdwick/Hutt Cen- tral No. 1, 1.30 p.m., Mr. Hook. B Grade.—H.V.O.G. v. Halvic, Hutt Central No. 2, 1.50 p.m., Mr. Ede. Griffin, a bye. . Randwick win by default from Upper Hutt. C. Grade.—Technical v. Cap- stan, Hutt Central No. 2, 2.50 p.m.-, Mrs. Reed. Levers v Halvic, Hutt Central No. 3, 1.30 p.m., Mr. Pointon. Upper Hutt v. Kia Toa, Hutt Central No. 3, 3.10 p.m., Mr. Hook. C.O.G. v. Randwick, Hutt Cen- tral No. 3, 2.50 p.m., Mr. Hook. St. Stephens v. Griffin, * Hutt Central No. 3, 1.50 p.m., Mrs. Hall. The following girls have been selected in the B. Grade repre- sentative team.—Misses Oliver, King, Reed, Adams—goals: Misses Beattie, McPherson, Berrington— centres: Misses White, Wilton, Garnett, Lambourn—defence. The following girls h...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

A. CLAPHAM 7 CHIMNEY SWEEP. 7 Expert Workmanship. • Will visit Ifpper Hutt every ■.-'-"' Tuesday. 7 Leave your orders with . -- yY Hazelwood <& Co. 'Phone 1.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 August 1940

1 ~R-ELS-T-T>-E-N-T-S OF SILVM^TREAM VISIT LANCASTER'S STOBB PQ_R YOUR REQUIREMENTS. , WE DELIVER. Agents for Daily and Weekly Pftn«r__

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 August 1940

LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars, f. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT

Leader.

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

VOL.II.

OMIJBSDAY, AtJIGHJBrp 22nd, 1940:

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

No.SS.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 August 1940

LOCAL AND GENERAL.

The Upper Hutt Rugby Footbaii Club is at present preparing an Honours' Board/ of all members who go on active service overseas, and it is hoped to publish the list from time to time. Parents of such members' are requested to hand the names to. the Secretary.

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FOOTBALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 August 1940

FOOTBALL NOTES.

A local spectator ""at the Well- ington-Hawke's Bay match at Athletic Park on-Saturday noticed that Upper Hutt had two repre- sentatives playing in the Rep. games. Fenn,-who played on the wing in the Hutt Valley School - Reps., scored a try, and Alf Mc- Carthy, who represented Welling- ton, was doing some good work in the forwards.

WANTED.—a good man to plough up sections. Apply Hutt Val- ley Land Agency: LOST.-^On Saturday last, five- dollar American gold piece between township and Richmond Street. Reward. Apply 'A' Lead- er Office.

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