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LOYAL ROSE OF SHARON LODGE. M.U.I.O.O.F [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 August 1940
LOYAL ROSE OF SHARON LODGE.
The. usual fortnightly meeting of the above Lodge was held in the Lodge. Room, Trentham, on Wed- nesday, 14th August, Bro.F. Brad- dock, N.G., presiding. Bro. Menzies, of Wanganui Lodge was accorded Lodge hon- ours. The inward correspondence was received and the outward endors- ed. Reference was made to Lodge members on active service, Bro. J. Johnson, leaving with the Third Echelon, Bro. J. M. Milli- gan, on active" service, Bros. V. Grigg and T. C. Purvis about to enter the Air Force; also Bro. E. Milligan now in England. Bro. Hartwig. was reported sick and Bro. G. Guthrie was appoint- ed Sick Visitor for the Lodge. Arrangements were made for a team representing the Lodge to play at the Indoor .Bowling match at Petone on Monday, 26th Aug- ust. .- " ~ The meeting closed with 16 pres- ent and Bro. V. Grigg was enter- tained at supper prior to his de- parture for the Air Force Camp at Harewood.
LOVE! [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 August 1940
Magistrate: Madam, your husband charges you with assault. Woman: Yes, your honour. I asked him if he would ever cease to love me t and he was so slow in answering that-*-1 hit him with the -mop. I'm only a woman (tears), and a woman's life without love is hopeless.
AFTER LEAN YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 August 1940
AFTER LEAN YEARS.
Jarrow-on-Tyne, the "town that was murdered," wasn't dead after all—or if it was dead it wouldn't lie down ; for it has miraculously come to life again. Jarrow used to be called "the most depresed town in all Bri- tain. '' From all over the world experts on social problems went to see the town that stood for all that Was miserable. Jarrow con- tained within its narrow bounda- ries all the tragic story of the slump. Jarrow no longer needs the sym- pathy of the world.' Jarrow is standing firm on its own two feet, ready to look any town in the face. Its new prosperity is much more than the story of one town's'fight to save itself. It is tied up with a similar fight in hun- dreds of other once hard^hit towns in industrial Britain. When I visited Jarrow four years ago to.write the story of Britain's most Depressed Town I found, a place where men had little else .to do-beyond standing at street- corners in sad, listless groups. Strangely enough, they were not bitte...
HOSPITAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 August 1940
The total milk consumption at the hospital for the month of Juiy" amounted to no less' than 7563 gallons, cream 527-^ pints; as com- pared with 6390 gallons' of milk and 421 pints of'cream in July of last year. - The number .of pieces of laundry handled for the month was 352,459 as compared with 313,416 for the same month last year.
Scale of Salaries.
The salary scale approved by a majority of the Board at the May meeting was as follows -.—Five senior physicians at £500 a year-, one assistant physician (fever hospital), £300; two assistant phy- sicians, £225; one consulting car- diologist, £150; one consulting dermatologist, £150; eight senior surgeons, £500; seven assistant surgeons, £300; one obstetrician* £500; one assistant obstetrician! £300; four V.D. outpatient officers! £200; one senior anaesthetist ancf| teacher, £250; six anaethetists,' £200"; one orthopaedic surgeon, . £500. It was also decided that the of- ficersl appointed to the above ...
GOOD CHICKS PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 August 1940
GOOD CHICKS PAY.
7 It is how ./recognised that breed- ing,: scientifically fiemp ;can aid ln ; ; improving: /both -:..• the : egg-laying capacity and - livability of commercial flocks.( ,3*he initial ;pric£ to be paid for chicks by the market egg: produc- er, should be measured/by the- p"er- f ormance iof the adult birdsTf Chlcks ; v^liicliYdevelop into layers that, will . raise the average annual net income more than 2/- per bird, other things being equal, are certainly worth more money.—"Nu Laid News."
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
the OEAirais CARRYING CO. LTD. WHOLESALE DEALERS & CARRIERS. .cd>---~ '■ Daily Service to Wellinj^ton. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76M. Wellington 41 44.
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyxes^nd Oils.Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT
THURSDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1940
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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The local Red Cross Society intend holding a Paddy's Market in the St. Hilda's Hall on Saturday, Sepetmber 14th, the proceeds going towards the normal activities of the branch/a fund wtiifeii itii very necessary should be kept iip. Further particulars will b© advertised at a later date.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
Silverstream Social Club DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT . Good Music. Good Supper. Excellent Orchestra. Bus leaves Upper Hutt at 8 p.m. D: A. JACKSON, Hon. Secretary. D-A-N-C-E. Upper Hutt Warrior's Hoekev Club. JOY NIGHT THURSDAY, AUGUST- 29th RECORD HALL. Norm. Croft'sv Orchestra. Excellent—Floor. — Excellent Supper. ►Admission- — Ladies 2/-. — Gents 2/6. , FARMERS' DANCE TAITA HALL SEPTEMBER 4th. First Glass Slipper. Sherwood's Orchestra. Dancing, 8-1.
/ a WAs__l_S y EtO. Small Advertisements, one issue, 1/6. Payment must a'ccompahy order, otherwise copy cannot be inserted. / LICENSED DRAiNLAYER requires J^ Work;'-/'ready to commence immedi- ■tely.—H. r Sanderson, King Street, Kpper'Hutt. KOST.-^Geht's Hat, Main Road.—Fin- F der leaye with Gowdy, Chemist/ Trentham; reward. i LOST;—"-Large Black Persian Cat;-^ ► Apply Whittleston McParlalid Street; rawarcL FOR SALE. — Piano-Accordion,- 24 base; condition as new; price, £12. Apply J. H. Browh, Main Road> Upper Hutt. ~ .--' / LOST....
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
| bdN'T FORGET DAD ON — 1 FATHER S DAY I . SUNDAY, SEPT. Ist. | I MAKE DAD HAPIRY WITH \ A ] I POINT-SETTER SHIRT. 1 j\ There's a Point-Setter shirt foi* every occasion. At work or play X Qv Dad will feel better—look better in a Point-Setter shirt by Lichfield/ \j W The exclusive form-fit design and spot-welded collar makes for fi N comfort. fl J3 See the stmile oh Dad's face when the faintly remember him with kJ N » shirt he can feel at home in—a Point-Setter from . , . . N J. A. HAZELWOOD & CO.; IB 8 DEPARTMENT STORES UPPER HUTT. | | S.A. EDWARDS & SON | I FOOTWEAR STORE | I MAIN ROAD - UPPER HUTT . | I FOR ALL YOUR ' ''" "^ ""'; l ' | I FOOTWEAR REQUIREMENT^ AND PROMPT REPAIRS I I 269 phone 269 I I PPPEK HUTT ' . |
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
upper sum Bmm te: "f COAL Y^D.-_ V &C H. ASlfeE#- 3 Phone 375. ;..-.. : Main Road; UPPER HUTT. " Carbonette^ Poke, Screened Coai. -ihe best in firewood f * requirements. ..', BUTCEDERS MAIN ROAD ' . UPPER HUTT Olie Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily DMVeries a-' A. OLAPHAIVE CHIMNEY SWEEP Expert Wbrkriiaiisiiip. 7 f^illvisit Upper Hiftt every ; ' Tuesday. ■ Leave: yo'iir orders with Hazelwood'^ Co. .'Phone 1. Heretonga Service Station. (E, R./TE((EENZIES). Motor aftd/Gen&r&iv Engineer WASHING, POLISHING, GREASING A- .[ .■ BATTERY 1, CHARGING.; " All Classes df Cycte Parts In' Stock. MA2N ROidD — TRENTHAM 7 'Phone 219. f HOTEL i toPER HUTT T. Mstier (Proprietor.) •■ Gbbd Win^s/ Spirits ana Beer v in Stbcfc. FIRST CLASS DINESTG ROOM. I ROYAL EXCHANGE I [f ASSURANCE f 4; (Incorporated in EiLglahd) T «► Specialises in 7 | | ACCIDENT and § II SICKNESS I !: INSURANCE. | f. FARIffiRS-- I ::, BUILDERS— | ::■;• all Master Workers | •» ► enquire for ± '. »-..-..- particulars ...
PLUNKET SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
The Upper Hutt Plunket Society, which for many years has done ex- cellent work in the district* will short- ly be making an appeal to the people for assistance. . - October 12th will commence a week of activities, which includes house-to- house collections, Street Day, Paddy's Market, White Elephant Stall, also a Children's Party. - Residents are earnestly requested to give of their utmost for such a worthy cause. The. Society's duty is to look after the babies,-who are the future generation, therefore the mat- ter of helping-is nothing less than a patriotic duty. Remember October 12th to the 19th, will be Plunket Week in Upper Hutt.
MAGISTRATE' S COURT [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
MAGISTRATE' S COURT
Before Mr. Luxford, &M., on Friday last, in the Upper Hutt Magistrate's Court, E. Bailey and J. Dunn were fined £3\ and costs for consuming liquor within the vicinity of a dance hall. ./'. ■-'_":■" 1 Constable Williams stated that the two accused, with another man; were found drinking beer from a car near the Silverstream Dance Hall. Both admitted the offence. Patrick William Monahan was con- victed and fined 30sf and costs for exceeding the speed limit through the township. Inspector Kehoe, Transport Department, stated the defendant was driving 45 miles an hour through the town' when stopped, — Rogers was convicted and fined £3 and costs for driving to the^ dan- ger-of the public. / InspectorTKehoe, prosecuting, stated that at 2.30 p.m. on July 2iat, defend- ant was seen riding an Ariel motors cycle at Heretaunga doing between €0 arid 70 miles an hour. He war carry-'
ing a pillion irder on the back. It being a Sunday, there was a large amount of ...
BOROUGH COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
The Borough Council meeting was held on .Wednesday evening, the Mayor, Mr. J. Blewman, presiding oyer a~ full attendance. A letter from the Minister of Hpus-.", ing stated that the Government had decided to erect a further 12 houses at Upper Hutt. , The Education ■. Department wrote stating that they were prepared to subsidise £ for £ up to £200 oh funds raised locally for swimming baths in Upper Hutt, provided they were available for the use of children free of cost at all times.. The tipper Hutt School Committee stated that they had received a copy of the letter and after discussion de- cided that the Committee supports the proposal- of a swimming bath for Up- per Hutt and requests the Council to take action in-obtainihg a referendum of the people for approval of same. The Mayor, in reply to the letter from the School Committee, said he was not agreeable that a referendum of the^ people be taken whilst a war - was on. 7 ■".'.' ':.■■. . Cr. Purvis: The ratepay...
OFFICER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
The Inspector reported that permits had been issued for 12 contracts to the'sum of £5,0<68. 7 Two cases of in- .fectious disease had been investigated and the usual precautions taken. The report also stated that during the re- cent clothes drive for refugee children all parcels had been fumigated by the Council.
QUESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
- Cr. Purvis inquired if something could not be done re the collection by postmen from letter boxes at Trentham. At present there was only one clearance a day (in the morning); yet "there were deliveries both in the morning and afternoon. It would t>e quite easy, said - Cr. Purvis, to have a collection in the afternoon. / It was decided to bring the notice of the Postmaster to the matter and see what could be done. / . ' ' ' Cr. Stewart asked if the Overseer would have the" matter of crossings and fire plugs re-painted, as at present some were very hard to discern, and motorists often left their cars over fire plugs.' The Mayor stated that it would be brought to the Overseer's notice. Cr. Clyma: Has the Council receiv- ed any i,eturn/for their sale of wool? He was informed that £17 had been received for the clip. Cr. Richardson •" asked if anything had been received from the Govern- ment about the life of local bodies for , the wary as he recommended that the •Gov...
COMMITTEE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 29 August 1940
Silverstream School Committee*; ac- cumulation of water in school grounds: The secretary of the com- mittee advised that as a result of the er-grading- of the pavement, water accumulates in the school ground and" has no means of escape ,and cone- quently the shelter trees along the boundary stand in water during the winter months and have ; been seriotis- ly affected. It was decided to".refer the matter to the overseer fo rinspection. / "