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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FIRST SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
FIRST SUNDAY IN LENT.
Ti'entham: 8 a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar). Upper Hutt: 11 a.m., Matins; 7 p.m., Evensong, (Mr. Mason). Silverstream.: 7. p.m., Evensong "(Mr. Bryant), , ./,' ■ .';.; Akatarawa: 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Toinlin). '; Tuesday.—Silverstream: ; 7.45 p.m., Service and Address. Wednesday—Trentiham: 10130 a.m., H.C. Upper Hutt: TM p.m., Service and. Address. '■ ; Thursday.—Trentham:: 7.45 p.m., Service and Address. Upper Hutt: 10,30 a.m., H.C. Rev. N. E. WINHALL, • Vicar.
Upper. Hutt Gosper Hall. Sun- day February 26th, . 2.30 p.m., Sunday School. 7 p.m., Gospel Address. Speaker: Mr. J. Jarvie. A hearty invitation to all. "'.'■'.-;•;/
UPPER HUTT RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
UPPER HUTT RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB.
.1 wish to make a special appeal tp, all members to attend the Par- cel c on Saturday next, ; 25tb pi connection with the Physical fitness Campaign. The usual football dress should be worn.'
'This campaign is .worthy; of the peatest possible support; of all sports bodies and it.is the earnest 'Qpstbe of.the Committee to ensure that' the Rugby Club will not only fiUßt-be lagging behind" otheV Wocjies in the district,, but will, in give them a lead. ■!['% would be specially pleased' to see ' .]ast season's fourth grade team, which, was the Club's* only championship winners,' .be folly represented. . W. S. KEEGAN, President.
SILVERSTREAM SCHOOL PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
SILVERSTREAM SCHOOL PICNIC
The Siiverstream School Com- mittee's Annual School Picnic was held at Williams' Park, Day's Bay, on Saturday, February 11th, 1939. ■■■-•■.."■'
The Committee responsible for the organisation ' were;:—Messrs. H. Smith (Chairman), K. C. Treanor.,. L. Richardson, R..Mov- decai, W. Toy, and Mrs. H. Smith, Mrs. W, Toy* Miss ,N. Toy, Mrs. R. Mbrdecai and Mrs. L. ardson, •
The .gentlemen who assisted with Sports were: Messrs. T. Har- ben (Handicapper), J. Toughlin (Starter), E. Smyrk (Steward), and Kenny. Mr. W. Toy ;acted as judge of races, T ;
'The Mayoress, Mrs. : P. Robert- con/attended the picnic, "and pre- sented prizes to the successful winners of parent's and children's races., All - the tiny- tots "received i! toy frbm the Committee.
At the cohelusion of the pres-: cntation of prizes, • the Mayoress, Mrs. P. Robertson congratulated all those who were successful.
—During. the afternoon the School Committee entertained t...
RACE RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
Five to 6 years.—B. Hannibal 1, B. Dean 2, . / to: 8 years.—B. Bucknell 1, J. Ritson 2. Nine to 10 years.—T. Johnston 1,: J. Harben 2/ Eleven to 12 years.—Stan Ferry 1, lan August 2. Y. ':■-;■ Thirteen to 14 years.—L. Jor- dan- 1, B. Collingham 2. -School Championship. Race—-L. Jordan 1, A. -Hendry 2.
.Five to 6 years.—Qlga Johnston 1, C. McAloon 2. - ; : Seven to 8 years.—N! Kenny 1; B. Stewart 2. '.' Nine to 10 years.—Shirley Dean 1,. Mavis Perry '2. Eleven to 12. Buck- iiell 1, Mi Stringer. 2. . v/ ; ; . Thirteen to 14 years. —- M. Pretty ; 1, L. Smyrk 2. : School Championship Ra<je.— Lulu Bucknell' 1, L. Smyrk 2. Three-legged Race, under 10 vears.-—S. Dean and B. Stewart .1, L. Bucknell and S. 'Loughlin, 2. Three-legged , Race, 10 years, and over.—-C. Orr and B. Day l; B. Callingham and H. Brown 2. Ex-pupils' Race Girls. —M. Brown 1, Koj, Loughlin 2. ; Ex-pupils' Race, Boys. —B. Perry 1, B. Callingham 2. Married Women's Race,...
TREATMENT OF JUVENILES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
TREATMENT OF JUVENILES.
At the Borough Council meet- ing last week: Councillor Rendle complained about the Traffic In- spector in regard to juvenile of- fenders, of the by-laws. He stated' that probably some of them have been warned about riding bicycles on footpaths, also riding without 'lights. We have oyer 1,000 chil- .are:i in the districtx and some of -them are bound to'be venture- some.. Probably a word of advice, ,would be sufficient, but the pres- ent officer after warning them: drags them before the Court. I do not believe in bringing these chil- dren before t'he Court and making criminals out of them; what we - want to do is to; protect both the children arid their; parents..; .-"..1.- When the Minister of Transport' set up this division, he stated it was for the purpose of educating the people.: In the event of.V child being caught transgressing, a letter to the parents from the Council would .overcome the .trouble. The amount of fines over a period of 10 months for...
WANTEDS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
Mrs. Braid.wishes to thank ail kind friends and neighbours, also the Fire Brigade for.their efforts and assistance. in suppressing the tire outbreak adjoining her pro- perty at Wallaceville.
rpp SELLr—5'. roomed .sho.use, h acre , section, also cane pram, sponge' tyres. Peters,'.; CJuee'n"' St., Upper Hutt..; ■■'. /■
JpOR Kauri Duchess, small round table and portable gramophone. Mrs May, Pempsey St., Silverstream.
TENNIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
(By New Zealand Champion).
;:. The joint Rugby ... and Tennis Club Cbmmittet\V,j;esponsible. .f o c the subscr jptioir-%hd. for. the, Mr. M, Y. Edwards, Hhe New: Zealand tennis champion,- arranged ? ah : attraetiyef serie 4 |; of exhibition matches :.al| the Upjper Hutt. club course. March, wheal, thevjjpper Hutt public will be given: :an v . apportunity of seeing the New : champion 7in action. * W-^, ' ';-".'■ \.' '"'•.■■'•'■. v ; . Mr. Edwdrds Mil play a singles match'against Mr,; Xi- Dyer, one •of - Wellington's, ftaest. .players, and a most attractive' to watch, and.. . withy;Mi% Edwards, will . play . a combinecl doubles against Mr. Dyer and Ifiss Jessie Burns, one of Wellington's Nunneley Gasket representatives. The New Zealand Boys' Plate winner at the • recent New Zealand •Junior' Championships, D. Dunn, of Silverstream; will also tak;e part hi a game with local players. The; "first match commences at 2 p.m., and- ; . the Committee ex- tends a ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
A Baby Show and Children's Fancy Dress Parade 'will be at- tractions at the Garden Fete to be held, on March 4th at 2.3.0 p,m,a'j the home of Mr.: Castle, Chatsworth Road, v Silver- stream. A photographer will be present from th c .Valeric Studios and good.prizes are.offered. Moth- ers, make a note .of.the date and bring along the children, . ; C\; EXTRA; To those people who. are contem- plating purchasing or trading a Radio Set. Don't fail to hear and see the latest model 10 Valve "AIK- IfINE" Console Model on display in quf Showroom. A marvellous per- fd-fjner and really a '••■magnificent Cabinet. 08,11, We will be pleased to de- mdpsiferg,te this wonderful Radio to 1. JENNINGS & CO frAJtfO SPECIALIST AND sjerwceman.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
TRENTHAM SCHOOL COMMITTEE Picnic Fund Dancfe. Howell's Hall, Wednesday, Ist March Excelsior Dance Band. Gents, 1/6; Ladies,"2/-. .•■-.•■■; J. S. KING, •'. . v Hon. Secretary, ,'■ .MODERr^.AND 'OLD,TIME DANCING DRUIDS' HALL ' EVERY SATURDAY Good Music. Good Supper. Good Prizes. Gents, i/fe. Ladies, 1/-. '
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
GARDEKT FETE In ST. MARGARET'S PRESBYTERIAN :-;■■•' CHURCH; . To be held at the home of Mr and Mrs F. Castle, " Chatsworth Road, .SILVERSTREAM, '" Oh SATURDAY, MARCH 4th. Or, if the day is wet. in the Church. £3ir James Elliott will open the Fete at. 2.3() p.m. Ice Cream, Fruit Salad, Afternoon Tea, etc. will be on sale. Special attractions are the BABY SHOW * ' and."..'.'■.■ CHILDREN'S FANCY, DRESS PARADE. Salvation Army Band. Grand Concert AT ST. HILDA'S HALL MONDAY', FEB. 27th, 1939 at 8 p.m. First Class Programme. Admission 1/-. In aid of Instrument Fund.
BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
The Upper Hutt Senior bow£ ers are the" declared winners . in their section with 10 points. : ■ On Saturday last four rinks travelled to Khandallah, two finks being successful. The result of the games were": .;Quinn 23, King 17; Goodwin 20,- Ross 18; Brown 16, Bradshaw 22; Reiidle 20, Bailey 22.- '■■■■ In the Junior Section Petone beat Upper Hutt 19-14.- '""'■'• ...'>"..'.:■: Post Section play takes 7 .place en Saturday. ~ ; : ': . : _ It is understood that Upper Hutt is also leading in. the mid- week pennant matches.; On Sunday last five riiiks tfa-i veiled to Masterton and a very pleasant day was spent, Masterton finishing up winners by three games. Messr. E. Mudgway, J. Brown, S. Biggs, H. Reynolds, and H. Lynch were the respective skips'. It is hoped to return' th?< visit next season. The Champion of Champions single draw takes place next Wed- nesday in Wellington, and Upper r . Hutt will play Woburn on the ICelburn green. Members of nil sections of th...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
It is understood that the i opinions,' criticisms, or suggestions c expressed by", our correspondents - are their, own and not necessarily .the view of the/'Leader.''Cor- -3 respondence can appear-under a 2 nom-de-plunie.: but correspondents. ""'■ must enclose their name ;and : ad- : dress to the Editor.' crave the liberty; of re- -•r.P'lying--.thrcfagh";--yb:tir. , columns..." to the; CouncilV reports re Maidstone Park. ■'• '.....- "-;:-:>.- : '"•".. • ;•;"'/ -' Jln one report,. "If ever- there':: L \,was a case: of spur grapes' this.- is ■oiie] 1 * and in -the same Report, "It 3 was aj£o -decided to inform" the 5 Loans Board that two* of the three H objectors were defeated: candi- ,-■ dates at the last elections." 5 r., -'•■ •'"■■•.;•• '-.;"■ '"...'• •- -..• 1 The Loans Board, .1 have no ».'.■ doubtj will.be; duly impressed. by. .the, magnaniminous; information 1 -supplied by our Council. , : %: as. a defeated candidate, al- • thopgh a ratepayer, have had ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
MAJESTIC ■ Popular Double Feature Programme. JOE E. BROWH EST Wide Open Spaces ft V roaring with f full of big-time Joe-viality. Approved for TJniversal Exhibition. '■ Together with ; BORN RECKLESS ' A hilarious roniantic comedy Starring • BRIAK DONLEVY ROCHELLE HUBSOM Recommended by Censor for Adult , /
> PHYSICAL FITNESS CAMPAIGN. All Returned Soldiers are invited •by the Branch to Parade outside the Courthouse, .Upper Hutt, on SATUR- DAY, February 25th, at 12.15 p.m. for the -purpose of joining in the Procession in connection with . tlie above compaign. Please wear your Badge. . ■•' G. HATT, .\\ Honi Secretary..'-•/
P. ROBERTSON Undertaker and Carrier i MAIN. ROAD, UPPER HUTT. : Phone 20....... p
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
MAYFAIR ■ FRIDAY •■■'■'"-.• •.''■■' The Laughter Hit of a Lifetime FLANNIGAN & ALLEN ■ '--. :<m .'. ■ . • . •■ . .....'.. - '. •'■■'.'• ■ • . ■ Alfs Button Afloat Featuring The Crazy Gang • j /Hilarious...happenings.:on; the High Seas, when a , couple of Cockneys conic into possession of a ;ma<>;ic: I button. '•:=**■ ■..■•■■ . , Approved for Universal Exhibition, ■ ♦-*•"»-» •-»-» • ♦-»-» ♦ ♦-♦-»■« ■»-»-»-» «-»-»-■» ■*£+* » » » ♦ ♦ 4 o+++++++-*^ 19.30 a.m. & 8 p.m. SATURDAY 9.30 a:m. & 8 p.m. 8 p.m. MONDAY . Bp;m. SPECIAL NOTICE. Unless the Physical Fitness Parade on Saturday afternoon is on any account postponed our usual afternoon matinee will be held on Saturday Morn- ing at 9.30 a.m. concluding at 11.30 approx. Loop the Loop of Laughter with GEORGE FORMBY ITS IN fjHE, AIR A non-stop screen scream with Greorge at the joy- stick piloting you to new heights of hilarity with the sky as the limit. Tail-spinning, nose-diving, looping, he does everything but crash :...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. OBJECTIONS TO PURCHASE OF MAIDSTONE PARK. MAYOR'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939
OBJECTIONS TO PURCHASE OF MAIDSTONE PARK.
Mr. P. Robertson, Mayor, pre- sided over a full attendance of Councillors on Thursday evening last.' ' ' '. j A letter received from the Wai- 'wetu Golf Club for a reduction of rates was declined. Mr. J/E. F. Vogel, on behalf of the Boy ' Scout Movement,' thanked the Mayor and Council for the courtesy, displayed in re- gard to the site for the Centennial jamboree. ' The local ratepayers and ', Citi- zens' Association in a letter, asked that the Council review-the existing contract; to •supply, resi- dents at Heretaunga (outside the Borough) with -water, ;with a view. to increasing .the charge, owing to the fact, that ratepayers we're now paying a higher rate. The Mayor pointed put that the ratepayersi had been 'brought back to the same amount, as was ■b em g paid when -the contract was ; . made, and. there was no unfair- ness about it. : .... --. ..>, - - Councillor. Rendle: Full eonf. sid...