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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
Upper Hutt Fire Brigade, The Brigade tenders its sincere thanks to all those who kindly gave donations to assist the Brigade in providing Equipment for the Com- petition Team. G. H. GUTHRIE, Secretary. LIN RUSCOE HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST TRENTHAM. .Agent for "Dominion," "Pix," "Standard," "Sporting Life," and "Wags." CRICKET. THIS WEEK'S FIXTURES . Wesley v. Upper Hutt, at Maidstone Park. Trentham v. Army at Trentham
LEN. BENGrE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars.' Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. ;. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. U PPER HIJTT
UPPER HUTT BRANCH N.Z. LABOUR PARTY GRANMmAJWE to be held in r '■'"'■■ MAJESfTIO THURSDAY, MARCH 30th. A Harry Avery ; s Dance Band. Gfentsv. 2/6. - : :; : Ladies, '%/<■' Ladies 1 : Sale NOW IN FULL SWING YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SECUREE A PAIR OFTHESE SHOES AT LESS THAN COST, from IJSS Jfc€W& & BOOTMAKER & REPAIRER MAINROAD. UPI>ERHUTT. First Class Repa...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
CHURCH NOTICES. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Upper Hutt, 11 a.m. (Communion), Rev. R. Inglis; Wallaceyille, 2 p.m. (Communion), Rev. R. Inglis; Upper Hutt, 7 p.m., Mr F y E. Chappell; Silverstream, 7 p.m. (Communion), liev. R. Inglis; Trentham, 7 p.m., "Mr L. Gosling. * CHURCH OF ENGLAND. FOURTH SUNDAY IN LENT. MOTHERING SUNDAY. Trentham: 11 a.m., Family Ser- vice. 7 p.m., Evensong. ( My. Avery).- ' ' • Upper. Hutt: 8 a.m., . H.C. 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar). Silverstream: 7 p.m.,; Even- song (Mr. Snell).. Akatarawa: 9.30 a.m., H.C. 7 p.m.. Evensong (Mr. Finlay). Rev, N. E. WINHALL, Vicar. METHODIST CHURCH. Sunday, 19th March, 11 a.m., 7 p.m. Preacher: lister Edith; ■ Beer.;.' • ''■'.. ■ '.;.': . Address on Bible Prophecy Fulfilled and Being Fulfilled Today. Mr. Wesley E/Richards of Palniersto,n North, .: ; will give a series of addresses in : Commencing SUNDAY, 7 p.m. Continuing TUES., WED., THTJRS., 7.30 p.m. • •A large Canvas Chart in use on.Daniels Image. Great interest in other centres. . ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. Thursday, March 16th: The gayest picture of the year ' 'MERRY-GO-ROUND OF 1938" With Alice Brady, Mischa Aver, John king, Jimmy Savo, Louise Fazenda, Barbara Read, Bert Lahr, and Joy Hodges. ■ , . The ten star fun frolic. Universal Exhibition. . Saturday, March 18th: A Marvellous Cast in, a great picture. Bette Davis, Leslie Howard, Eric" Blore, Olivia-De-Havilland and -Patric Knowles .'.'■'' .'. • '•■' 'i n . ' M IT'S LOVE I'M AFTER" 10 Reels of Joy. Sydney Press com- ments: "Great," "Best Show of the Week," "A Real Comedy Hit." Adult Audiences only. Tuesday, March 21st: We're not saying anything about v this one. JOE E. BROWN ' ■'■''.■> -IN.' ■■ ■:"':■'.:''■■.'■ ■';? THE CLADIATOR" ■;". Come ; and judge' for yourself.- Universal Exhibition. -, GROCERIES '& PROVISION.S *of finest quality at City Prices. * Small Goods a-Specialty. ; D. CLYDE Phone 134 M. We Deliver. W.S. (3LLBANKS General Storekeeper Main Road, TRENTHAM; PHONE 65 UPPER HUTT
FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
Superintendent '"W. Wakelin, of i the Upper Hutt Fire Brigade, hi an interview stated that the large number of' fires occurring in the district lately had kept the Bri- gade busy, but the present engine had .been able to cope with them adequately. . - The fire at Maidstone Park last week and also the one at Te Marua were both of a dangerous nature/but thanks to the Brigade and also the volunteers who as- sisted the Brigadesmen on these f occasions, what, may have become disastrous, was soon under control and extinguished. From February 17th to March 12th, the Upper Hutt Fire Bri- gade had no less than 18 calls, and [with their up-to-date machine all F these fires were quickly extin- guished.
BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
A meeting will be held in the R.S.A. Rooms on. Thursday, 23rd March for.the purpose of forming a Basketball Club in-Upper.Hutt. * A team from Mr. Alf Jenkins' Gymrasium under the leadership of Mr. Jenkins, is coming to Maidstone Park on Sunday, April 2nd to give a series' of games and coaching, pl-iy commencing at 10.30' a.m. Everyone interested is cordially invited to attend the above meet- ing.
SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT
The people of. Upper • Hutt will have the opportunity on Sunday even- ing next, after church, to spend a pleasant time at the Majestic Theatre, when there will be a con- cert held'in conjunction with a lec- ture by theißev. Everyone is assured of; a. hearty welcome, and: at the . hear singing of a worthwhi^ 1
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. A story of Love, Hope and Triumph. BOBBIE BREEN IRENE DARE IN Breaking The Ice WITH CHARLIE RUGGLES /,; DOLORES COSTELLO Grand adventure—-Music that warms your heark—Dazzling ensembles presenting the World's Youngest Ice Skating Sitar.
SILVER BELL MUSIC EMPORIUM AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORE LICENSED RADIO DEALER. Est. 14 yrs. Representing PHILIPS' RADIO" HOUSE. WE HAVE IN STOCK ON DISPLAY NOW A COMPLETE RANGE OF ALL PHEDIPS MODELS. . ( THE "THEATRETTE" RADIO PLAYER 5 VALVE DUAL WAVE 5 VALVE DUAL WAVE £13/13/0. £18/18/0. RADIOPLAYER, 6 VALVE, DUAL WAVE, £23/2/0 RADIOPLAYER, 7 VALVE, FOUfe WAVE BAND, £27 gns. COMBINATION RADIOPLAYER AND ELECTRIC GRAMOPHONE £33 gns. ALL THESE MODELS ARE ON DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOWS AND WE WILL BE PLEASED TO DEMONSTRATE ANY IN YOUR OWN HOME. WE WILL SELL ANY OF ABOVE MODELS ON VERY EASY TERMS AND WILL TAKE YOUR OLD RADIO IN PART PAYMENT. IN ADDITION TO ABOVE WE HAVE ON HAND A "NUMBER; OF RADIOS OF VARIOUS MAKES, ALL IN ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
' I • ' ' 8 P.M. FRIDAY 8 p.m. I SATURDAY 2 P.M. MATINEE 2 P.M. BOBBIE BREEN - The Boy with the golden voice IRENE DARE The Tot with the Magic Skates . .. IN Breaking the Ice ;;.;/; - -•,.:> ";.- v . With;/ ~.'.;. : . CHARLIE RUGGLES DOLORES COSTELLO .... An entrancing story packed to the brim with melody, romance, comedy, and youthful adventure that will warm your heart, together with elaborate ice skating spectacle. ■■-"• Approved for Universal Exhibition. 8 P;M. SATURDAY BP.M. MONDAY LEW AYRES LIONEL BARRYMORE '-f-: •;.;.^';.";. ■.'.■-;■: •'.' ; :in-, : .;..-"" .y : :•;"' Yourig Or* K^ A drama dedicated to thousands of men who have ■-■sacrificed their lives to humanity. While sirens scream—ride with the ambulance internes of a great hospital/ Learn the secrets of the Men in White and the women theylove! AJworthy tribute glorifying the group of men who sacrifice love for humanity! Recommended by CensorforAdult Audiences. BP.M. WEDNESDAY 8 P.M. 8 P.M. THURSDAY 8 P.M. Another sto...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. RATEPAYER'S LETTER RECEIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
RATEPAYER'S LETTER RECEIVED.
The Deputy-M.ayor, Councillor J. Blewman, presided at the Coun- cil meeting held on Thursday last in the absence of the Mayor, who was attending the Municipal Con- ference. A letter from the. lessee of the Park refreshment -stall, pointing out that picnic parties were sell- ing ice-cream on the ground was received, . and on the motion of Councillor' T. Clyma, seconded by Councillor Rendle, it was decided that all future picnic parties be notified that they were not allow- ed to sell ice-c : ream, etc. on the Park. A letter received from the Com- mittee of the New Zealand Scouts.' Jamboree., re the supply of water to the Camp site at Heretaunga, came in for quite a lot of. discus- sion. ■"■;- ■' ' Councillor • Laiicaster, pointed out that the position of water in the Borough was more serious than the people thought, and stated that unless the Borough got extra water, they would be in the "soup." At Silverstream, some of the ho...
OFFICER'S REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
The Park Superintendent in his report asked.'the Council for au- thority to procure timber for extra seats as the seating accom- modation was totally inadequate at present. Councillor. Greig agreed that further seats were required in the Park. Councillor Blewman stated that he thought it was a matter for t«i'3 Reserves Committee. Councillor Rendle suggested that the Clerk be instructed to write to the Wellington City Courcil to see if they wanted to get rid of the advertising seats in Ilie city, and u so, the Upper Hutt Borough Council would be pleased to take them off their hands ,and place them in the Park. Tho Health Inspector reported one case of infectious disease, bating that the usual-precautions bad been taken.
QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
Councillor Ciyma asked if it wad not possible for all Committees to submit a report, stating that the Work's Committee was the only report received that night. v Councillor Blewman: Probably Ihe Committee's have not met. Councillor Clyma: I will,movo that in future all Committee's meet once bet-ween the Council meetings, so that their report's will be furnished at the Counei'- Councillor Richardson seconded Ihe motion which was carried. Councillor Poison asked wh-jt was being done about the large amount of calls the Fire Brigade was receiving to these grass and srorse fires, some of which are de- liberate. I would suggest that the Council take some action in this matter, as they were becoming too prevalent. It was also decided on the recommendation of Councillor Poison, that the Railway Depart-, ment be written to,' asking for a donation to the Fire Brigade to cover the cost of .fighting fires which began in the vicinity of the railway line, and which it, was be- li...
FROM DE-RESTRICTION TO RESTRICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
FROM DE-RESTRICTION TO RESTRICTION.
The following motion was moved: "That the motion de-re- stricting the Borough from. Silver- stream to Howell's Garage .be re- scinded and that the proposal re- ceive the further consideration of the Council. After being received the motion was opened, for discus- sion. ; -.'._' Councillor Greig stated that he: opposed the •■.rescinding as- the Public Service Committee and the Traffic Inspector had held a con- ference and the Council had agreed to the de-restriction. At .present His Worship .the Mayor Ms.away and I suggest it be held over until his return. 'Councillor Rendle: I discussed the matter with the Mayor before. his departure cind asked him whe- ther'it shoiild be held over until his return, but he told me to go right ahead with it. '• - : Councillor Greig: Why not re- fer it back to • the, Committee, as one of them has changed his mind since the conference.. V .-. Councillor \ Lancaster :„ Surely anyone can change their, mind if the...
NOTICE OF MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 16 March 1939
NOTICE OF MOTION.
"Councillor Poison- moved ( the Joilowing Notice -of Motion: "That a special siib-committee bo ; set up to investigate matters 91" economy, administration, financ'3, progress and other important questions relative to the, welfare of the Borough, the sub-commit- tee to, report to the Council at-an early date." ..:
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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
A meeting will be held in the R.S.A. Rooms to-night, Thursday, 23rd March for the purpose of forming a Baseball Club in Upper Hutt.." :;••■•':';■'■■' : : ..';0 : . :;' Everyone interested is cordially : invited to attend, the above: meet- ing. • '■':- ':, ; " : --''"-■■.■'. A team from Mr. Alf Jenkins' Gymnasium: under the leadership: of Mr. Jenkins, is coming to Maidstone Park on Sunday, April 2nd to -give a Series of games and coaching, play commencing.."" at 10.30 a.m.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Councillor W. \Greig and Mrs. Greig are; at present :visiting the South Island. Mr. C. Brown of the Invercar gill Police. Force and Mrs. Brown are on a visit to her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. McFadzean, Upper Hutt. Mr. and : Mrs. L. Hammond, Hastings, were: visitors to Upper Hntt during the'.: week-end. Mr. J. Purvis, our local repre- sentative oil the Wellington Hos- pital Board, has been unanimous- ly appointed Chairman of the Fees Committee of theY Hospital Board. This is in succession to the late . Mrs. S. E. Snow, who previously occupied that position, : Mrs. B*: M. Wilmshurst,. has re- .l urn ed from a visit to Dunedin. The staff of J. Hazelwood and ■:i'-G6.j presented a beautiful cMming clock to- ;Mr. .Cliff Peppwillr a m ember of the staff, who is shortly being married. In making the I presentation; Mr. McGrhie wished the guest : and his future wife (Miss Violet Bennett) the very best of -luck.: • •; Mr; B. M! r . Town Clerk, was appointed Secretary- Tre...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
SILVER BELL MUSIC EMPORIUM AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLY STORE LICENSED RADIO DEALER. Est. 14 yrs. Representing PHILIPS' RADIO HOUSE. WE HAVE IN STOCK ON DISPLAY NOW A COMPLETE RANGE OF ALL PHILIPS MODELS. THE "THEATRETTE" RADIO PLAYER 5 VALVE DUAL WAVE 5 VALVE DUAL WAVE £13/13/0. £18/18/0. RADIOPLAYER, 6 VALVE, DUAL WAVE, £23/2/0 RADIOPLAYER, 7 VALVE, FOUR WAVE BAND, £27 gns. COMBINATION RADIOPLAYER AND ELECTRIC GRAMOPHONE £33 gns. ALL THESE MODELS ARE ON DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOWS AND WE WILL BE PLEASED TO DEMONSTRATE ANY IN YOUR' OWN. HOME. WE WILL SELL ANY OF ABOVE MODELS ON VERY EASY TERMS AND WILL TAKE YOUR OLD RADIO IN PART PAYMENT. IN ADDITION TO ABOVE WE HAVE ON HAND A NUMBER OF RADIOS OF VARIOUS MAKES, ALL IN GUARANTEED GOOD CONDITION WHICH WE WILL QUIT AT BARGAIN PRICES FOR CASH. 5 Valve Crossley For £5/ 5/0 4 Valve Gloritone £3/10/0 6 Valve Maestro £5/15/0 7 Valve Zenette £6/ 5/0 WE SERVICE ANY KIND OF RADIO AND WILL GLADLY ADVISE YOU ■ FREE IF YOU ARE IN ANY KIND OF TROUBLE WITH YO...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
UPPER BUTT BRANCH NZ. IABOUR PARTY GBANEnANCE FIRST OF THE SEASON '.;■■": to 1m held in V:- ■'■ ;S" ■■■- 30th; W Band J : .,■■ -■"-^ia«^-2^::;;^->-'?.^ ,; ": : ' : -: Ladies, 2/-;. ,■■■'.'
LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER ■■;■ Repairs to all makes of Cars. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down •Service.'' Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT. LIN RUSCOE HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST TRENTHAM. Agent for "Dominion," "Pix," "Standard," "Sporting Life," and "Wags." P. ROBERTSON Undertaker and Carrier MAIN ROAD,. UPPEItHUTT. Phone 20. New Zealand Red Gross ; Society (Inc.) UPPER HUTT SUB CENTRE. A Call to Service. Workers CLASSES IN HOME NURSING . are starting on . ' . MONDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1939, At 7.80 p.iw ■ '■ ST. HILDA HALL, UPPER HUTT fc Enrol now and equip yourself with .useful knowledge, and eventual mem- bership in the Voluntary" Aid Detach- ment of the Red Cross Society. THE ANNUAL'MEETING of the Society will be held in ST. HILDA'S HALL...