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WAIRARAPA LABOUR REPRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
WAIRARAPA LABOUR REPRESENTATION.
- A very-pleasant day was spent by all those who journeyed to Tauhernikau Racecourse oh Sun- day, February 4th to attend the annual picnic of they above com- mittee. Friends and supporers of the Labour Party journeyed from all parts of the electorate to spend a ■■beautiful day amidst ■file glorious surroundings of ttie racecourse. There were also, a number of Parliamentarians -pres- ent, including the Hon. W. Lee Martin, Mrs. C. Mrs. H. Combs,.Mr.; J. Robertsen, and Mr. Ben 'Roberts. : Various sports ; were indulged in during the day, including an exhibition wood-chopping contest which provided the : with- much excitement, Mr. Smith being. the most successful com- petitor. ";. ■ .
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
MAJESTIC SATURDAY. (Jrand Double Feature Screening WHEELER & WOOLSEY ' IN High Flyer s A scream line special with mirth and melody at the controls. Two dizzy airmen looping the loop on the Wings of High Glee! Together with The Thrill Streaked Drama WHEN G MEN STEP IN The Trail to Crime's Master Mind leads to Society's upper crust and pits brother against brother I You'll' gasp at how the modern underworld operates! -; Recommended by the Censor for Adult Audiences.
P. ROBERTSON Undertaker and Carrier V;;:;;" : Phone 20. C. J. BEL^^~~~ A.P.A; N.Z. A-AJiS. public accountant, auditor - Secretary. Land, Income and Employment Tax Returns. HAZELWOOD'S BUILDINGS, THURSDAYS.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
MAYFAIR FRIDAY c K^ " • EtDOAR " ' as the super-sleutbrin • :'• ■■' with', ■■■' -;;.--->. .... DONALD, WOODS ■; / ■.' " ORE?Y' : THE BLACK DOLL The craziest, goofiest murder mystery .ever created for the screen. Together" with .- .. Specially Selected Supporting Features. GIRLS SATURDAY, 2 P.M; - BOYS Special Matinee Programme to mark the-commence- ment of the thrilling new Serial — "SECRET AGENT X 9"' WITH WHEELER & WOOLSEY IN High Flyers Approved for Universal Exhibition.- ---8 P.M. SATURDAY ;'. 8 P.M. Only One Session GRACIE FIELDS VICTOR McLAGLEN BRIAN DONLEVY WeVe Going to be Riclr They're out for a million and you're in for a million y laughs while,two-fisted Vie and two timing Brian battle it out over Gracie, the queen of comecly and .melody! New songs—new thrills plenty" ~*6t laughs. I ". _ * ' "' • Approved for UniversaT'Etxhibition. ._. .x'-\ MONDAYr Soaring to dizzy heights on the wings of fun come' WHEELER & WOOLSEY EST - : : High Flyers ? The sky's the limit ...
Safety First. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
So-tfle' ihree weeks ago we of- fered a of 5/- for the best essay on ''The Preventipil of Ac- cidents on ;Ou'r Roads, 7 ' but as many children were- absent Jpa the district verri we were asise<4. to postpone the closing of entries;;until the schoolshad reop- enefft: j. For Jtjbe benefit ;of .those wbi> were we again print a copy of . our previous onerV ' Befeajase; .the; ever increasing trafflc|i|nr:pur : roadsy the; Minister of ■ recently arranged for thfe[scrfeeninjg of films depict- ing '.'Safety first' 1 measures, and lectures 4*%ei' s of the Traffic Department.f liTou \ boys aud: jlirls of this district— have alreaj|y seen these pictures and heard men describe the, of Careless road manners. What, do you remember ?, A prize of five shiffings isbbyy v the '' Leader *', to tb c ? boy or girl Who writes-, ? tn.e".best essay;;oh: "TJhe Prevention- of - Accidents on our Rpads/\ •'" ■';""-; ;.'.- ;
All entries must be received 'm?. theY ' ■ Editor,? v -...
A MODERN MIRACLE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
A MODERN MIRACLE.
, * Aft elderly Hibernian lady was " from"a pilgrimage to Louraes,' the venue of so many happenings. At Kingston the Customs official asked if. she'd-anything to de- clare. She replied in the negative, but an inspection of a bulky handbag disclosed a-bottle of clear, white y liquid, which she described as • % L/6-urcles. water. '' \The v official uncorked the. bottle applied Kis" olfactory organ iio 1&e, .contents. "It's gin, madam, -a-iid oy4rpropf ; ' if I'm any judge/ he said'/ "Begorra? &or, it's just phat I"I "I made sure a'ni^^^wouldjhappen befpre I got. oiild-Qire- r~land.~" , •
THOMAS—WHITEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
: A wedding of particular inter- est took place at St. Hilda's Church on Saturday night last when the Rev. N. E. Winhall of- ficiated at the marriage of Doug- las- Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Thomas, to Enid Morshead, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whiteman.:
The bride, who was given away by: her uncle, -Mr. Frank White- mail, wpre cream satin embossed lame cut in long slim lines -falling into a long oral train, while -her*, beautifully embroidered net veil was held in-.place by a topnot of ' orange .-'blossoms. She- carried, ah arm sheaf of cream roses and:. lilies^ The bride was.. attended by three bridesmaids, Misses Lorna Hare, Muriel Thyne and Patricia Thomas who ; all wore long flow- ing gowns of pale fuschia colour- ed chiffon,"trimmed with deeper colour velvet, with head-dresses of fuschia flowers "and carried bouquets- .to.-tone.'
Mr. D. Webb" carried out the duties of best man,-assisted by Jack Urquhart and Phipps Ken- nedy a...
THE "DOROTHY" BOOK CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
THE "DOROTHY" BOOK CLUB.
i/- life membership: 1/ - Latest additions include—.' . Bulldog Drtanmond on .Dartmjoor, by "Sapper." -:•''' .. '■-.'■ The Lonely Koad, bf Jeffrey Farnol. Gone Sunwards, by CeciL Roberts.. Promenade, by- G. B. Lancaster. ? ' Swords For Hire, by Douglas .Y. Duff Unofficial Wife, by Ruby MV Ayres.! ' One to Live With, by' Ruby M. Ayres Love is a Flower, by Oliver Sandys. Sparrow Market, by Hazel Adair. Ruined City, by Nevil Shute. \ 3-"; The Mad Doctor, 'by F. J. Thwaites. Also Books by P. C. Wren, Nellie Scanlon, Denise Robins and others. NEW BOOKS ARRIVING WEEKLY. 3d. &. 6d. Exch.anges. ' JOIN NOW, .
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
St. David's Presbyterian Church Combined Choir Picnic was held at Day's Bay on Saturday, llth ih-st. The weather was showery, but this did not prevent the picnic party from enjoying the after- noon at the seaside. A Sports Programme was car- ried through, the winners of the v racing events being as follows :— 50 yards Handicap (Girls under ,12) : Heather Hepburn. 100 yards Handicap (Boy| under 12) : James Moore. .100 yards- Handicap (Girls over 12) : Mary Griffiths. '100. yards Handicap (Boys under 12) : A. Hardie. •200 yards Handicap < (Open, ~'Boys and Girls): Robert Moore, Three-leg . Race: W. Moore and A; Hardie. . ■':-"■: Egg and "Spoon Race (Girls) : L. McGregor. Egg and Spoon Raoc (Boys) R. Moore. . ' Novelty R4ce: L. -Hirschhon aMA- Hardie. ■.;•■■ ; ; ;;Relay Race (Boys and Girls) Girl ? s team won.
HER MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
S.hgc/was a ; big;*'- s|r orig womar ari#*"the had tackle V aiid. captured more unmistakabl signs of punishment as he stoo in the dock. ; "It was very plucky of yoi madam," said, the magistrate, '' 1 set upon the burglar and captui him, but need you have blacke both his eves find knocked alljt teeth out?"'.' ' The woman looked indignant "How was I to khow it was burglar?" she asked. ''I'd be( waiting up ..for my husband f three hours;; and in the dark ; thought it was him."
THE SIMPLE LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
THE SIMPLE LIFE.
In the smoking coinpartm^H • the conversation )on merits and. demerits' of vari^B . ways of preserving • health. C^J stout man had quite a lot to s^B "Look at me!" he-said. "S a day's sickness in my lif e >vj^B all due to. simple. food. W^B from 20 to 40 I lived a regi^B life—no effeminate delicacies, ■■ late hours, no extra vagan^H Every day, summer and winte^H was in bed at nine o'clock ano^H . again at; five.- I worked f^H :-'. eight to one, then dinner, &H| that an hour's .exercise, then^H "Excuse me," interrupted^^^^H stranger in the corner, "but ?^M were you in for?"
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
. P.V.SERCOCK Telephone- 66. Goods Delivered. bagf Sugar, 17/9. Fruit" Extracts,' lOd. bottle. Everest* Washing Powder, 9d. pkt. Sardines in Pure Oil, 5 tins 1/-. TRT O ( UR BACON, THE BEST JN TOWN, 1/6 lb. f ' - «r ' . • *- 'i t Printed by %a Upper Hutt Print- big Co., wfeices Street, Upper Hutt, tsi& published by Ralph M&ton f&yfsd&y, February 16th, 1939.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 February 1939
UpperHuttßoroughCounci 1Q PER CENT PENALTY . PURSUANT to the provisions of SECTION 76 of the "RATING ACT 1925" an additional charge of 10 per. centum will be added to RATES for the year ending '-. 31st MARCH 1939 remainingunpaid onMONDAY, 20th t FEBRUARY, 1939. :; B. M. WILMSHURST, ';. Town Clerk.
LOOK YOUR BEST GET THE BEST. LET LIN RUSCOE LADIES' & GENTS' HAIRDRESSER TRENTHAM ATTEND TO YOUR TONSORIAL REQUIREMENTS.
EXTRA. To those people who are contem- plating purchasing or trading in a Radio Set.'-.-..Don't-'..fail to hear and see the latest model 10 Valve "AIK- ■IiI.NIS"; Console Model on display in our. Showroom.* A marvellous per- former and really a magnificent Cabinet. Call. We will be pleasedrto de- monstrate' this wonderful Radio to ■you. '' . ,-.,'-."■ - - - R. JENNmaS & CO. RADIO SPECIALIST AND "■ SERVICEMAN. Phone 219. UPPER HUTT. ■ W- r ; SGILLBAtsIKS General Storekeeper Main Roadi TRENTHA^T. Agent for Daily Papers. ', Phone 65, Upper Hutt.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
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AN OPEN LETTER TO Mr H.W. TOLAN FROM THE MAYOR OF UPPER HUTT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
AN OPEN LETTER TO Mr H.W. TOLAN FROM THE MAYOR OF UPPER HUTT.
gk Sir ,— lt was with, surprise that '1 read your outburst in the "Re- .view." So. far as I am concern- ed, I have never done you any harm by thought, word or deed. When you infer that I had any- thing to do with the starting "of the "Leader,'.' it is as; false as the rest of your, statements. Any industry starting here will get all the support I am able to give. When you state "He received' a Free Copy,'' why. single me out. It was your policy to 7 dis- tribute t'he paper that way, a?id if you remember, I advised you against it. Anyhow it is in my favour at least that I spent £3 18s.' In advertising to help the paper,:. . when I could ill afford it, and also, if you enquire from your ex-agent, you will get the ex- planation why I failed to answer your-letter. Anyhow you got 4/- for an advertisement through itj so why squeal? When you stiate the Council ignored tti'e "Review,"it; is- : as
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FITNESS CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
Great interest is being stimulat- ed .in the district for the above Campaign, and Saturday will be a: day of days;,;- - : -' . T'he different sports associa- tions are keen and a splendid parade is anticipated. The object of the campaign is to show not only the value of training in sports, but to show how leisure can be best spent. ; Those taking part in the pro- cfssion-are reminded that the /parade,, will assemble .at- the diJurfhbu^at ,SQM> pM. ;:
Sergeant-Ma jory J. S. King; will be in charge/ of the parade, and will be in attendance to place the various -sections in their cor- rect, positions, so if any organisa- tions are not c ertain of their posi- tions, they, are requested to get into touch the above gentle- man, or' any of his assistants.-
PHYSICAL FITNESS CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
PHYSICAL FITNESS CAMPAIGN
Members of all Sports Bodies and Physical Welfare organisations are invited to assemble at the Courthouse at 12.30 p.m. on Saturday, 25th February, in respective Ciub uniforms, and proceed with procession to Maidstone Park.'- ■■ <: '-<:v '■'■ •' ;' Arrangements haye been finalised by the following Clubs and Organi- sations to take part in the Procession and also to provide displays at the Park:— ' ..".'•.'"•.■••' Physical Culture:— Upper Hutt Basketball Club, Exhibition Gaiiie. Army School of Instruction, Physical Drill. J. Taylor and Party, Gymnastics. Girl Guides, Drill. Upper flutt and Men's Hockey Clubs, Exhibition Match. Upper Hutt Rugby and Army; Fancy Dress Football JViatch. Upper Hutt Fire Brigade, Demonstration. The Schools of the District, Folk Dancing. V Miss Adeline Burnette and Party with Piper, National Dancing. Boy Scouts, ■ Display. ■ " - procession: : '■■■"■■■:: . "_.;.- Band, School Children, Upper Hutt Platoon, South African V...
FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
The Upper Hutt Fire . Brigade had no less than four calls Within 24 hours during the week-end. Two were grass and gorse fires. The last call received on Satur- day afternoon was, no doubt, the most serious, but the prbmpt action of the Brigade, plus an ex : cellent .water supply, soon had the outbreak under control. /.-.'
At the - ? Council meeting last week,: ; -the Mayor and Council wished the Brigade every success in the- forthcoming demonstra- .tio'nat, ; Warigynui, - and took the opportunity at the same time of congratulating the Brigade on the prompt and efficient manner they had turned out and suppres- the recent . gorse and grass fires in the district. ;