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WEDDING. FORSTER — JONES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
FORSTER — JONES.
The wedding took place, recent-: ly at St. John's Church, Tren- tham, of Sylvia Kathleen, third daughter of the'late Mr. and Mrs. S. J. -Jones, Newlands, Johnson- ville, and James Edmund : , elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Forste'r, Maoribank, Upper Hutt. . The ceremony was performed .by the Rev-.- N. E. •Winhali, Vicar of Upper Hutt. Mr. Bryant played the organ. The bride, who was escorted by her brother, Mr. S. Jones (John- sonville), wore a beautiful gown of ivory satin, slightly trained. The bodice, . which , had a heart- shaped neckline, was softly ruch- ed and buttoned to the waistline at the backi The long sleeves were tight-fitting and pointed over the hands. Her' lovely em- broidered veil,, which fell from a halo or" orange blossom and form- ed a second train, was lent by her sister-in-law. A lovely sheaf of Christmas lilies was carried. The bridesmaids were Miss Eileen Jones (sister of the bride, chief) and Miss Beatrice Forste'r (sister ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
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HUTT VALLEY TROOP LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
HUTT VALLEY TROOP LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN.
(Contributed by Corporal T. Spencer).
The Monthly Meeting of the Troop was held last week. Trooper Frank Davies report- ed on the activities of the Rifle Club and stated that owing to the success of the ] ast shoot at Troop- er W. Clifford J h farm at Wallaee- vilte, it was decided to.hold an- other on the 51 h IVfarch next and that the Troop's" Annual Picnic would take place at the same turn-. We hay to thank Mr. W. Clif- ford for allowing us the use of his property for our shoots and we have a very satisfactory rifle range over there now. It was a busy night's meeting owing to results for the annual Conference which is being'held in Auckland this year aud Trooper F. Davis was appointed delegate. We are hoping to be more active with our . social activities this year and are already planning for several dances, etc. to be held m the Hutt Valley during"' the winter and it is hoped we will get the same support as we have done in th...
LABOUR PARTY PICNIC AT MAIDSTONE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
LABOUR PARTY PICNIC
AT MAIDSTONE PARK.
Members of the Labour Party from all over Wellington and sub- urbs were present at the Annual picnic held at Maidstone Park on Sunday ; last, it. being estimated that nearly 5,C00 people attended; A glorious day prevailed ' and the huge crowd present had a really wonderful, time. Among those present were the following Ministers of. Cabinet and also Members of Parliament: the Hon. W. Nash, Minister 'of Finance; Hon. D. Sullivan,' Mi- nister qf Railways; Hon. W. Parry, Minister of Internal Affairs; Hon. F. Langstone, Minister of Lands; Mrs. Stewart, M.P., Messrs. C. Chapman, ]&.P,, H. Coombs, MP;, = and B. -Roberts, M.P. - Mrs. Stewart, the only lady of the House of Representatives, presented the prizes at the con- clusion of the races, and the Hon. W, Parry, thanked thbse respohs- ible for the arrangements, also congratulating the 'successful - competitors. As y Minister' in Charge of the Physical Fitness, Mr. Parry< stated th...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
The local -Cricket Association commences the final round of the competition on Saturday, and it is anticipated that there will be some good cricket in stored for the ; supporters of the game. Hutt are the leaders in tlie\ competition arid will, no .doubt, be fighting it out at the/finish-1;> see which, will be 'the champions.' ' . • . : The points secured by the vari- ous yDlubs at present are:—Wes- ley; SO;. Upper Hutt 59, Trentham Army 24. ' .Saturday's fixtures. — Upper ■Hutt y. ArmyyNo. 1; Trentham v. Wesley,, No.: 2.
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
LOCAL & GENERAL.
v Mr/ N. Edwards, who will be shortly leaving for England to pa rticipate in the Davis Cup. matches, will be seen in action on Saturday at the local tennis courts. It is hoped that as many-** ;as possible; will be present to see our own champion and to wish him. luck on his coming tour. .
DOG FANCIER’S SUCCESS AT MASTERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
DOG FANCIER’S SUCCESS AT MASTERTON.
Mr. K. Spencer, of Upper Hutt was successful at the recent Mas- terton A.and P. Show with his Lindy Lou of Sheridan, taking first prize in the Rough-coated Collies. He was also the winner of the Novice Bitches. .f Lindy Lou of Sheridan also won the New Zealand Collie Club's: trophy for best rough-coated col- He puppy under 12 months.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
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 "AIR- LINE" Console Model on display in our Showroom. A.marvellous per- former and really a magnificent Cabinet. Call. We will be pleased to de- monstrate this wonderful Radio to you. R. JENNINGS & CO RADIO SPECIALISE AND SERVICEMAN,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 2 March 1939
R. JENNINGS & CO RADIO SPECIALISTS AND* SERVICEMEN. UPPER HUTT.- Don't fail to hear the 5-valve AIRLINE RADIO. A wonderful pe- former. £11/10/0. Terms if desired. GARDEN FETE '•';.■•'■ In aid of ST. MARGARET'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH To be held at the home of Mr and Mrs F, Castle, Chatsworth Road, SILVERSTREAM, On SATURDAY, MARCH 4th. Or, if the day is wet, .in the Church. Sir James Elliott will open the Fete at 2.30 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. PROVINCIAL HOTEL ; -.-; :.;: :;upi^r'hutt ■ ; :• ; ; : ',' ; ;" vJ-.T. - Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. . FIRST CLASS DINING- ROOM". .
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SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 March 1939
SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
Members of, the Silverstream Women's Institute were most for-, tunate in having a glorious day for their Bth; birthday party which was held recently. Representa- tives of the Hutt Valley Federa- ion, Belmont, Taita, Stoke ■S; Val- ley, 'Wainui-o-Mata, • Trentham, Wallaceville. and Upper "Hutt joined the party • and journeyed to the Akatarawa where billies were boiled and a picnic lunch en- joyed. In the afternoon, 'every-' one returned to the Brown' Owl where more visitors were met, mV eluding Mrs. Bradley, Upper Hutt, who sang two delightful solos, much to the enjoyment of those present., She,, was accom- panied ' at. the ;piano l^;lrs; ; Whitemah and .each were present- ed with a shoulder-spray. . :
Afternoon tea. was served on tabies outside tinder the trees, ■and as usual the birthday cake "held pride of place. Mrs. Heath- eate, President of the Hiitt Valley Federation, in a happy speech, lit the candles and Mrs. Goley, being the young...
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ORDER. HOUSING LOAN 1939, £9,800. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 March 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ORDER.
HOUSING LOAN 1939, £9,800.
is hereby given that at a Special Meeting of the Upper Hutt Borough Council held on Thurs- day 2nd.March, 1939 the following resolution was passed, and it will be submitted for confirmation at -the Ordinary Meeting of the Council to be held on the 30th day of March; 1939 at 8 p.m. in the.Council Cham- bers/Main Road, Upper Hutt: "That the Upper Hutt Borough Council pursuant to the provi- m sions of the Local Bodies Loans Act,- 1926, part 27. Municipal Corporations Act, 1933 and its amendments and section ; 28 of the State Advances Corporation Act, 1936, doth hereby resolve by way of resolution to raise a ■ -loan of £9,800. by way of Spe- cial Order. 1. That a loan of £9,800 to be known as the "Housing Loan No. 2, 1939" be raised by the Upper Hutt Borough. Council for the purpose of erecting houses, for approved applicants 'on table mortgage terms of. purchase. 2. A Special' Rate of 625-...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 March 1939
At the last meeting! of the Bor- ough Council, a motion was pass- ed to de-restrict the area between Silverstream and . Howell's corn- er, Trentham, for motorists. This motion was the outcome of a conference between the By- laws Committee arid the local Traffic Inspector. However, to-night (Thursday), it is proposed that the following motion be moved at the Council meeting. '' That the m otion de-restrict- ing the Borough fromuSilverstrea'm to Howell's Garage be rescinded and the proposal receive the fur- ther consideration of the Council. The motion is signed by Coun- cillors C. A. Rendle, H. Lancast- er, T. Clyma, A. W. Richardson and H. Poison.
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 9 March 1939
v- Mrs. Nightingale an»d family are spending, a holiday at Auck- land. . '' ■ Mr. and Mrs. D. McCauley, Trentham, has recently returned from the North. , ■■'*' Mr. and Mrs.' W. Hazelwood, Hastings, were visitors to Upper Hutt during the past week-end. .;