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DE-RESTRICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939

DE-RESTRICTION.

. The Public Service Committee in-their report stated they had Inspector Davis of the Trans- port Department and had discuss- ed%he'matter of de-restriction be- tween :; Siiyerstrearn aM Camp Road, Treritham, and after hear- ing the Inspector's version why de-restriction snnuld • be applied between the given points-, recom- mended the Council to approveOf . same. - ■ \*"V Asked why such derrestriction should be granted, Cpuiieillor ' Blewman stated that Inspector Davis stated that motorists com- plained of having to keep- their eyes on the speedometer for 4J miles through the Borough and had to rely on a description of the scenery from the passengers , in the car. The Inspector stated that his Department would like ; the restriction in that area. '~ Councillor W. Greig: Idonot see any reason why we should not comply with Inspector Davis on this matter. ■ : Councillor Rendle: As a cham- pion of the children in the Bor- ough, I am vehement ppp on ent of lifting t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 February 1939

LOCAL SUCCESSES AT MASTERTON A. & P, SHOW. Three Upper Hutt poultry- keepers were successful at the re- cent Masterton A.,and P. Show in the Poultry Section.' Mr. L. Doig, Trentham, gained the two seconds; Mr. P. Whit- field, Wallaceville,v one first and Highly Commended, and Mr. S. Bason, Upper Hutt, one first and two "seconds. ■■_'-';- Mrs. L. J. Laurie, Main Road,. met with a se\v|i*e accident dur- ing t'he week-eh||^slipping down and breaking her4&ft thigh. After being atteMed to by Dr. Kemp, the was con- veyed to-the Wellington Hospital by the Free Ambulance. '•"'■* ■ \ LOCAL & GEIifeRAL. Mr. R. McKendry, Assistant Town Clerk, and Mrs. McKendry are spending a holiday at Wai- kanae. Mr. A. W. P. Jackson, Wallace villfv President of the Lower Hutt Master Builders' Association, is at present absent from the dis- vtriet representing, the above As- sociation at the .Dominion Con- ference being held at Hamilton from February 22nd to "the, 24th. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

Upper Hutt Leader

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THE PAPER THAT DEFENDS YOUR INTERESTS AND FURTHERS YOUR CLAIMS

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

VOL. 1.

TffijTtSODAY, MARCH 2nd, 1939.

No. 9.

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Fitness Campaign UPPER HUTT’S WONDERFUL RESPONSE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

Fitness Campaign

UPPER HUTT’S WONDERFUL RESPONSE.

Saturday was a Oala Day for" Upper Hutt, when* the campaign for Physical Fitness was held. Commencing from the /Court- house, a procession of over '200 strong marched to '• Maidstone Park, headed . hy the Municipal Band and assisted by the City •• of Wellington Scottish Pipe Band.i On arriving at their destina- tion, the parade encircled the Park and a magnificent spectacle was witnessed hy the large audi- - ' ence present. The Mayor, Mr. P. Robertson, in a welcoming speech, stated he was especially pleased with the parade and great credit was' due to the Secretary of the local cam- paign, Mr. B. Wilmshurst and his Committee for the organisation. Staff Sergeant Douglas, Trentham Camp, who carried out the duties , of Marshal, was also compliment- ed by Mr. Robertson. The Mayor stated that the Committee had worked hard to make the afternoon a success and fr,o,m what they had seen up to then, it appeared the people were in f...

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ORDER OF PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

ORDER OF PROCESSION.

1, Upper Hutt • Municipal Baud; 2v Pipe Baud; 3. School.Children; 4. Boy Scouts//5.R.5.A. and SoUtTi.African; Veterans; 6. Army School of. instruction; ■ 7. Upper Hutt Platoon'; 8. Legion of Fron- tiersmen and' St. John's Ambu- lance; 9. A. Burnette and Party, School of "National Dancing; 10 Rugby; 11. Association Football; 12. Cricket; 13; Ladies' Hockey- -14.; Men's Hockey; 15, Tennis;; 16. Basketball;" 17: Bowlers, Pltm- ket Society; 19. Upper,Hutt' Fire Brigade; m Silverstream Fire .Brigade. '; ■

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ORDER OF PROGRAMME AT MAIDSTONE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

ORDER OF PROGRAMME AT MAIDSTONE PARK.

1. National Dancing, Miss A. Burnette's School of; Dancing; 2. Army School of Instruction, Phy- sical Training Display; 3. .Girl Guides, Drill; 4. School Children, Folk Dancing; 5. U.H. Ladies' Hockey, . Exhibition Came; .6. U.H. Men's Hockey, Exhibition Game; .7. Army and U.H. Rugby Clubj Fancy Dress'; ; Football;, .8. U.H. Ladies-Basketball, Exhibi- tion Game; 9. U;H. Fire Brigade, Demonstration..

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WHAT OF THE FUTURE? PRESIDENT OF THE LOCAL R.S.A. ON FITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

WHAT OF THE FUTURE?

PRESIDENT OF THE LOCAL R.S.A. ON FITNESS.

Mr. $. F. Carver, President the local Branch, R.S.A., when ;.:sked to comment on the benefits of physical fitness, stated that it' was his opinion that. such cam- paigns were necessary and were beneficial .to the coming genera- tion. The position of the future is far from .secure and we must have our young people physically fit to meet any emergency that may come along. The defence oC the country required physically fit people and such campaigns ..-s was staged on' Saturday was a part of the curriculum to train the future generation. Mr. Carver congratulated th' 3 local territorial, platoon for being on parade, stating they looked very smart indeed, and.it was such young men as these that we have to look to in the future,-as unless w r e have a trained and fit people, our country would be an chsy mark for ari enemy. t Among those present on parade last Saturday were two South African Veterans, Messrs. A. Goodm...

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WOMEN’S INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

WOMEN’S INSTITUTE

The- Sirverstream Women's Institute held its first meeting for the New Year recently and all. members-. and visitors were given •a hearty welcome by the Presi- dent, Mrs. J. X Jefeoate. As. a mark" of respect to Mrs. Deller, a very old and esteemed member of the Institute, who had passed away, <vli stood in silence for one minute after which Mrs. Jefeoate sang Consecration. Finti] arrangements were made for the Institute Birthday;to be held '-n 28th February and the pic"":c on 11th March. Mrs. Shadbo't and Mrs. Hanni- bal were appointed delegates to the Annual Meeting of the Hutt Valley Federation to be held in Asril. 1 Nominations for committee were received for both the Insti- tute and 'Hutt Valley Federation. During the afternoon Mrs. Peter Fraser gave a very inter- esting talk on "Education of the Maori" for whirh she .was warm- ly thanked and presented with a shoulder spray. The best bloom competition was won by Mrs. Smyrk, and a jar of bottled fruit,...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

GROCERIES & PROVISIONS of finest quality at City Prices. Small Goods a Specialty. D. CLYDE Phone 134 M. We Deliver. THE £EANGE CARRYING CO. WHOIiESAIiE DEALERS & CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and BricKs Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 7G; Wgton. 12-GO6. SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

Mrs.' P. Robertson, Mayoress and family, have returned home from a holiday visit to East- bourne. - T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BIJTCHBRS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. .One Quality . Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. F. F. HERCOGK Telephone 66. Goods Delivered. '701b. bag Sugar, 17/9. Truit Extracts, 10d.' bottle. Everest Washing Powder, 9d. pkt. Sardines in Pure Oil, 5 tins 1/-.' TRY OUR BACON, THE BEST IN TOWN, 1/6 lb. MODERN AND OLD TIME "DANCING DRUIDS' HALL EVERY SATURDAY Good Music. Good Supper. Good Prizes. Gents, 1/6; L.adies, 1/-.'

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UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. Lighting of Fires [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL.

Lighting of Fires

The attention of owners and occupiers is drawn to the lighting of fires within the Borough. : Care and supervision is earnestly requested, and wherever possible please your nearest OFirev Brigade or the Council Office before lighting fires: B. M. WILdVISHtPRiST, Town Clerk.

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TENNIS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

TENNIS EXHIBITION.

(By New Zealand Champion).

The joint Rugby and Tennis Club Committee responsible foi* the subscription- fund for the Mr. M. Y. Edwards, the New Zealand tennis champion, have arranged an attractive series of exhibition matches at the Upper Hutt club course on Saturday, 4th March, when the Upper Hutt public will be given an opportuii.ty of seeing the New Zealand champion in fiction. Mr. Edwards will play a singles match against Mr. K. Dyer, one of Wellington's finest players, and a most attractive player to watch, and with Mrs. Edwards, will play a combined doubles against Mr. Dyer and Miss Jessie Burns, one of Wellington's Nunneley Casket representatives. The New Zealand Boys' Plate winner at the recent New Zealand Junior Championships, D. Dunn, of Silverstream, will also take part in a game with local players. The first match commences at 2 p.m., and ■ the Committee ex-, tends a cordial 'invitation to the public to attend'and witness what will undoubte...

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UPPER HUTT RUGBY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

UPPER HUTT RUGBY CLUB.

I want to express my gratitude to members for the splendid re- sponse-to my appeal to attend the parade on Saturday last. T?or a club of almost' 200 mem- bers, the lead given to other sports bodies in the district was notable and it must be assumed " that members expressed their valuation of my own effort for the club and of the support ac- corded the club by the general public, v Excluding those in other units there were .four members on parade. W.S. KEEGAN, President.

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MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

MUNICIPAL CONFERENCE.

- The 29th Annual Conference of the Municipal Association of New Zealand will be held at Duiiedin, . commencing on Wednesday next, March Bth;, 1939. : :_ The Mayor (Mr. T^Robertson) ' and the Town Clerk (Mr. B. M. vvdmshurst) will-be in. atterid- anee. ;,..-; . ,;•. <

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FIRE BRIGADE DEMONSTRATION AT WANGANUI. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

FIRE BRIGADE DEMONSTRATION AT WANGANUI.

The Upper Hutt team . to take part in the New Zealand United Fire Brigade Association*s de- monstration will leave on Satur- day. The members of the team have put in some very solid training - for the past two months and it will hot be surprising if they - come back with some of the tro- phies. Deputy - Superintendent F. O'Riley will be in charge of the team and other memhers are. Foreman L. Hughes, Firemen F. Turvey and A. McCarthy.

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PICNICS AT THE PARK. LOCAL RESIDENTS’ POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

PICNICS AT THE PARK.

LOCAL RESIDENTS’ POSITION.

Quite a stir has been caused in the district owing to several local people being charged to enter Maidstone Park on Sunday last, where there;was a large picnic on the grounds; y .. We understand that quite -a number of people refused to pay, pointing out that they were al- paying borough rates. At the same time there . must have ; beeh some- misunderstanding.. be- tween the people running the pic- nic-and the. c list odi an, neither be- ing able ta give the true position. We made it pur business to ; find the; true position and accord- ing to the motion of the Reserves •Committee, no local person can be charged to. enter the Park when there are any picnics on. : .'.-.. - The Town Clerk when ques- tioned stated that' "it was quite plain on the books of the Coun- cil that the local people could' not be charged. ■ -Mr,. Wilmshurst said he would endeavour to'get:Notice Boards erected in the grounds setting out'the full conditio...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

_ THOMPSOIspS DOMINION 8c EVENING POST AGENCY FOR ALL YOUR PAPERS, PERIODICALS, BOOKS STATIONERY,. TOYS AND TOBACCO F?EQLIISITES Daily and Weekly Papers DoliverecL

CHURCH NOTICES. Upper Hutt Gospel Hall. Sun- day, March sth., 1939. 2.30; Sun- day School 7 p.m.: Gospel' Meet- ing. Speaker, Mr. Poulson, Sn»\ A Hearty Invitation to all. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Upper Hutt: 11 a.m., Service. Wallaceville: 2 p.m., Service. Upper Hutt: 7 p.m.,' Mr. K. Moore. Silverstream: 7 p.m., Mr. F E. Chappell. Trentham: 7 p.m., Service (Communion). CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SECOND SUNDAY IN. LENT. Trentham: II a.m., Matins; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Snell). Upper Hutt: 8 a.m., H.C.;' 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Finlay^). Silverstream- 7 p.m.. H.C; 7 p.m.. Evensong (Mr. Mason). Akatarawa: 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar)/ . . ..- Lenten Week-day Services" -is usual. . Rev. N. E. WINHALL, Vicar. FORSAIiE - 1 8-VALVE Broadcast set, £8, P.P. output; 1 pushpull, 10- --watt amplifier, £3; 1 .'.Gramo* phone, with pick-up and recor...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

DID YOU KNOW THIS? yOUR firing requirements cost no more at R. C. H. Askew's and; you'll get hetter quality! /;'.' /

W.S. QLLBANKS General Storekeeper NEWSAGENT DOMINION EVENING POST " PERIODICALS ; Advertisements Accepted. Main Road, TJRENTHAM; Phone 65 upper hu tt SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

WANTEDS, ETC. Small Advertisements, one issue, 1/6. Payment must accompany order, otherwise copy cannot be inserted. L OST —Between Community Garage ■■■.■■ and Quinn's .Post Hotel on Friday night ,a hand' knitted henna cardi- gan in double cable stitch,, Would finder .please return to J. A. Hazel- wood and Co., Hardware Depart- ment. Reward. / - • ■ NOW THEN! . gUPPORT the man that helps to control your fires and attends to your firing requirements, , R. C. H. Askew. UPPER HUTT BASKET BALL / CLUB. . y »pHE Annual Meeting of the above Club will be -held on the 9th March in the R;s.A. rooms,; Upper Hutt, at 8 p.m. All members, and girls interested are. cordially invited to attend. M \A: FRANZ, Hon. Secretary. LIN RUSCOE HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST TRENTHAM. Agent for ''Dominion," "Pix," "Standard," "Sporting, Life," and. "Wags.", DON'T FORGET OUR BOOK EXCHANGE. DISTRICT COMMITTEE PHYSICAL WELFARE RECREATION ACT, 1937. The ■ District Committee expresses its appreciation and thanks to a...

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BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939

BOWLING NOTES.

P.'Quinn y lead, and Rendle, skip, were successful in the Championships pairs, and were the representatives in the Cham- pion of Champion pairs: in . Weil- ■ ington played yesterday, y G. Leslie won; the Junior Cham- pionship of the Club and will be the representative in Wellington for the Junior Championship at. a Inter da*te. - .\ The. team comprising -of - Find- lay, Brown, D;dton and Goodwin (s) were successful in this year's' champion rinks, defeating .both Quinn's and Rendle'.s rink. W. Greig substituted for Find- lay in the second game and will therfore be included in Goodwin's team in the Champion of Cham- pions competition to be held on Wednesday next. Two rinks represented Upper Hutt on Tuesday last in a series of games played at Lower Hutt. Brown won two games, drew two, and lost two. Quinn was success- ful with four wins, drawing one, and losing one. In the play cff, Quinn was .de- feated by a rink from Lower Hutt. Hutt Valley Bauner. , The following...

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