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FOOTBALL CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
FOOTBALL CLUB'S ANNUAL MEETING.
The Annual General Meeting of the Upper Hutt Rugby ; Foptbaii 1 Club''was" held last week, there being a large percentage of mem- bers present. The- President, Mr. W,,; S. Keegan> took the Chair and in dealing with the Annual Report, stated that the Club had not done as well as expected, but once again the 4th grade upheld the tradition of the Club by winning ■ their 'grade championship. The playing strength of the Club was small considering the size of the district. ' ;- The business people,of the town; did not take sufficient interest in the Club, Mr. Keeg&n stated, and it was partly due tov-their apathy that the Club was not Rugby assists to build the younger generation, thus helping in the physical make-up of our boys. It is a matter of great pleasure that we once again congratulate the 4th grade on achieve- ment,- and thanka ;fs due tp Mr. Martin, who so abiv---coached the team. ■- '.:.'■ .- ''/;";', The third grade again : did well ...
SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
SILVERSTREAM WOMEN'S INSTITUTE.
.The annual meeting of the Sil- verstream "Women's Institute .was held recently, the President, Mrs. J. K. Jefcoate presiding; The. Secretary, Mrs.. Price, gave •a; very comprehensive report l of the activities of the Institute, for the year, which had been a very busy one - . Reports were also given by. the conveners of the Arts-and Crafts Circle, Drama Circle and the Treasurer. Officers elected for the ensuing year were Mrs. Jefcoate (Presi- dent (re-elected) •■' Committee: Mesdames Callingham, Ritzema. Hannibal, Ferguson, Richardson, Taylor, McConkey and 'Eckersiey. Mrs. Bennett, Secretary of the. Hutt Valley Federation, gave a very instructive address on the aims and; objects' of the movement and also other information which was of much value to the mem- bers. "She was accorded a very hearty vote of thanks and.pre- sented with , a shoulder -spray. • ' Prizes were presented to Mrs. Spackman (sewing) and Mrs. Shadbolt 1 (cooking), # -.' winner...
AN OLD ENGLISH CUSTOM. “CLIPPING” THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
AN OLD ENGLISH CUSTOM.
“CLIPPING” THE CHURCH.
An old English custom was re- vived at St. .John's Church, Tren- tham on Sunday last. Mothering Sunday. '". '/. ; , At the close of the morning service which was for the oc- casion, a "Family Service/ the congregation filed out during the singing of a :hymn and, then held' hands, and so formed an unbrok- en" chain '' embracing" or " clip- ping the church. / The Choir, preceding the Vicar/ then processed around the church between the building and
the "clippers," singing the old hymn "We love the place, o' God." After the church had been '' clipped,'' the whole congregation assembled at the main door for the final prayer and blessing. This custom is an ancient one within the Church of England, but was allowed to fall'into dis- use during last century. It was revived about twenty-six years ago and is now once more widely observed within -the Anglican. Communion. St. John's, Trentham, was se- lected as the church to be "cli...
TRAFFIC INSPECTOR FOR THE BOROUGH. COUNCIL'S DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
TRAFFIC INSPECTOR FOR THE BOROUGH.
At a SpeciaF Meeting of the i Borough Council held on Thurs- day evening last, the Mayor moved a notice of motion to rescind the. motion; passed at the -previous Council's meeting, ".Terminating, the control of the traffic within the Borough by the Transport Board. Councillor Greig ed-the Mayor's mption. On a show of- hands, the notice of motion was defeated by five to four.' ". •:.•-;■ ■/• ';■ -..;:. The Council then decided to call for applications: for a .Traffic Inspector for the Borough and; a Sub- Committee was app oirited, consisting of His ; Worship 'the:; Mayor, Councillors Blewman and Rendle, also the Town Clerk, to draft up conditions of appoint- ment, and ; the necessary applica- tion forms.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
Dear Sir, I have followed with interest the controversy between the 'Bor- ough Council,. and the Ratepayers and Citizens' Association, regard- ing .breaches of by-laws by juven- ile cyclists. I am of the opinion that the -Association should be congratulated oh their determined attempt' they, are making to have' a much abused ''by-law enforced. As a parent myself > I have lectur- ed my children on breaches of cyclists, and if they -offended-now,-' would not want any preferential treatment meted out to them by selection by the Council, in other, words, I. would sooner see them admonished by the juvenile court, if they disobeyed me, than see them perhaps mai.ned for life/ or be < the cause of some motorist getting up, -trying to avoid them. Easy Aces says in the last issue of the "Leader" that the policy of warning, etc., "should apply to: adults as well. It seems incredible, that Easy Aces would -have the audacity publicly to suggest that after all the prop...
UPPER HUTT BRANCH W.D.F.U. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
UPPER HUTT BRANCH W.D.F.U.
.The. .morithly meeting ; of the Upper Hutt Branch of the i W.D.F.U/was held recently in St, Hildas Hall.. The President, Mrs. Hawthprne presided over a good attendance of members. Mrs. Hawthorne .who has recently re- turned from; a visit to Honolulu, was heartily Welcomed by the members of the Division. The competition for the month (best jar of preserved fruit) was won by Mrs. W.. Clifford, Mrs. Morris gaining second place; Some of the members'attended the recent opening-of the "Kainga Moe," Women's Division Rest Horn e—<Palm erston North. A very enjoyable time was spent. Mrs. Bentley gave an interesting talk on her impression's of the "home," ,"■"•''/■ A -guessing competition was won by Mrs. Frank Scholes. The "hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. W. Clifford and Mrs, Bentley.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
CHURCH "pfTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. F IFTH SUNDAY IN LENT. PASSION -SUNDAY. Trentham: 8 a.m.> H.C; 7 p.m., Evensong . (Vicar.) Upper Hutt:.. 11 a.m., Matins; 7 pm., Evensong.. (Mr. Snell.) . Silverstream: . 7," p.m.: Even- song (Mr. Mason,) Akatarawa: 7- p:m.: Evensong (Mr. Tobilin.) '• Rev. N. E. WINHALL, . Vicar.. , • ST.. DAVID'S PRESBYYTERIAN CIIUJICH. Upper Htrt% 11 a.m.": Rev. J. E. Lopdell.' .-.'••-'. Upper Hutt, 7 p.m.: Rev. A. J. Wardlaw. " ' Silverstream,. 7. p.m. :• Service. Trentham, 7 p.m.: Young Men's Bible Class. . '
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. THURSDAY, Mar. 23. •A Paramount. Double Feature • Programme JOHN HOWARD and HEATHER ANGKIj ''ARREST BULLDOG DRUMMOND" ■■'.- ' :■■.•• AND:-' ■;-. . -; . ANN GDLIiIS, ROBERT KENT & .TUNE TRAVIS ■:■':"■ LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE" Recommended for Adults. SATURDAY, Mar. 25th. FOR ONE NIGHT. ONLY George Formby /'ITS IN THE AIR" with • Polly Ward, Garry Marsh, Frank Leighton and Jack Hobbs. •The one and only George Forrnby ' ; at his very best. ' Universal Exhibition. TUESDAY, Mar. 28th. ANOTHER BIG DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME. Barton Macljane & Ann Sheridan ""WINE, WOMEN AND HORSES" -,> ■'.; and- ~■:-. Beverly Roberts & Patric Knowles "EXPENSIVE HUSBANDS" \ Recommended for Adults. CRICKET. WESLEY WINS COMPETITION .In the deciding match 'of the season between the two leading teams in the Upper.Hutt Cricket Association, Wesley met and de- feated Upper Hutt, thus winning the championship and the; Upper Hntt Challenge Shield for .the 1938-39 season. Details: Wesl...
NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS SOCIETY.
Members of the Upper Hutt Sub-Centre met recently on the occasion of their annual social. There was a large, attendance of members and friends, and the Junior Red Cross from Kaitoke School with teacher and parents were also present. A good programme was pre- sented and was .milch enjoyed. The Kaitoke Junior Red Cross gave an item, also children from Upper Hutt School under Miss Smith gave several items. Others contributing to the pro- gramme were: Mrs. R. Bradley, Miss H. Gorrie, Mr. P. Jackson and the Hawian Quartette. At the presenting of the awards won during the year, Dr. F. "W. Kemp, President? presided. and also on the platform were Mrs. F. W. Kemp, Vice-President, Mrs. P.. Robertson, Mayoress, and .Cap- tain Galloway, Secretary of the Welington Sub-Centre. Dr. Kemp made an appeal for members to join the classes this year arid gaih knowledge "for' themselves and help on the work of the sub- centre in Upper Hutt. Captain Galloway spoke of th...
UPPER HUTT BRANCH. LEAGUE OF MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
UPPER HUTT BRANCH.
LEAGUE OF MOTHERS.
The first meeting of the year was well attended, by old mem- bers and new, and Mrs. Castle- gave all a most cordial welcome. Beautiful flowers had sent to the League from a Lower Hutt garden and were well arranged by Mrs. Williams, while Mrs. Mar- shall and Mrs. Howe supervised the preparation of the hall, and tea. Mrs. Rollings, of Ngaio, was the speaker, her subject, "The Little Palace Beautiful." Four rooms in her palace were each a child, and a most interesting explanation was given of each room, the speaker being followed in" rapt at- tention by her listeners. Tn conclusion? Mrs. Rollings re- ceived a spray of roses; and a hearty vote of" thanks was 1 gener- ously given. Mrs. Griffiths, sang two charming Scotch songs, and also received a posy of flowei^ss. Tke "Thought" for the day,
sent by Mrs. Kitsp.nV was given, by. Mrs. Williams as •follows:— : ; . "L shall pass thro' this world■ but once" Therefore any good thing that...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. ARTHUR TRACY (THE STREET SINGER) COMMAND PERFORMANCE WITH LILLI PALMER Thrill anew to the charm of the Street Singer. He fled from the glare of the footlights to the soothing glow of a gipsy camp fire. Also Screening MIRIAM HOPKINiS RAY MILLAND -. '■■ ' . -'IN-' • .'■■.-. : -" * .;'■ ■ x WISE GIRL BIGGS SERVICE STORE LTD. FOR FRIENDLY SERVICE. Do you prefer to prevails . , . where "a little Extra Service and Attention is given freely and cheerfully? That's the kind of friendly service we always try to give. OUR XMAS CLUB is open to all. Oome in and talk it over. See our Up-to-date Range of EASTER NOVELTIES; From Id. to 7/6 Before Purchasing Elsewlrere. We will be pleased to pack and post them for you. P%one7B - - For Service. UPPER HUTT METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School Anniversary . Next Sunday (26th March), in the Druids' Hall. Preachers.—ll a.m. Sister E. K. Beer. 2.45 p.m. Rev.'JL B. Gosnell, of Wellington. c 7 p.m. Rev, H. I. Peat, of Lower Hutt. n ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
MAYFAIR , 8 p.m. FBtDAY 8 p.m. Popular Night At The Mayfair! Grand Double Feature Programme. (1) The latest and best of the ever popular "HopalongCassidy" series - r WILLIAM BOYD ;■ ■■'■■•'■■-.■ : ' .'.-■ ■"■ ~ .-' xiST"- -•■-.•■.■■■. ■■'■■■ .-; - ; . Clarence Mulford's rollicking tale of a bandit > hold-up mystery. Pride of the West (2) Also Screening Thrilling story of a mobster who fought his way out of a rock bound fortress and th-en found he couldn't; beat the law of the sea. • Approved for Universal Exhibition. GIELS! * BOYS! 2 p.m. SATURDAY MATINE| : 2 p,iii. "Hopalong" -— Halliday PRIDE G)# THE VVEST The thriUing tale of bandits and highway hold-ups. Comedies, Cartoons, Serial, Etc. 8 PM. 8 P.M. '•■'■: MOipi|Y STOP PRESS of "Crime School as advertised Metro Groldwyn Mayer,,Proudly Present The First Lady of IThe Screen , v\■■^■•^:'•v , ■-:'\:/ : ■■'■K6laffA;^^EiLteß■'■ MARIE ANTOINETTE -:;.:";■':;;■>; ; , .; WIDTH l/}^ : ; Tyrone Power, John Barrymore, Anita Louise JSTo...
ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT DANCE. ANOTHER GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
ST. PATRICK'S NIGHT DANCE.
ANOTHER GREAT SUCCESS.
The Annual Dance held on St. Patrick's night was once again a great success, • over 200--people dancing to the strains of the Ex- celsior Dance Band. • The Majestic Theatre was nicely decorated out with flags bunting, also huge shamrocks: Mr. J. S. King carried out\the duties of M.C;, and the Monte Carlos were won by Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul, and Mr." Walls and part- ner. Miss 1.. McLennan- who was once, again in charge of the ar- rangements, was assisted by Mes- dames McG'rosin, ■ Step- henson, Misses P. ConnollyyrHart-: ley,. P. Krohn, and other's, includ- ing Father Brehhanv"- Among those present were Mf. . and Mrs. Godfrey,, Mr., and Mrs. D. Bush, Mr. and Wilms- hurst, Mr. and Mrs. R. McKendry, Mr. and Mrs. J. & King, Mi\ and Mrs. R. Langdon, .Mr. and Mrs. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. F.P; Kelly,' Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, .Mr.-and Mrs. Thqmas, Mr. and Mrs. Southee, Mr. and Mrs. C. Adamson, Mr. and Mrs. K. Douglas, Mesdames Guthrie, B...
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ORDER. HOUSING LOAN 1939, £9,800. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 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-. sions of the Local Bodies Loans Act, 1926, part 2,7 Municipal Corporations Act, .193 3 and .its, amendments and section 28 of the State Advances Corporation • Act, 19 36v 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 purphase. 2, A Special R...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
: The Upper HuU Bowling Club has decided to close the bowling 'green for the seaspn; spas to allow an early start next season with a good surface. -.1940 being the Centennial year, it is hoped to have : the ground in perfect condition, •as it „ is antici- pated that the greens will be re- quired for some of the games m the Dominion championship. : The Match Committee are alive to' the necessity for providing games, and members will be noti- : fied of all arrangements .in good 1 • time.-' ; ..' . /'//'■'.'/ - ;'
UPPER HUTT SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
UPPER HUTT SCHOOL PICNIC.
The above School held their annual picnic en Saturday last at Wallaceville Valley. Although the morning was not promising, the day turned out beautifully fine and both adults and children had a most enjoyable day. / The site chosen was admirably suited as a picnic ground and will probably be a place of attraction 'for many future picnic parties. The thanks of the children and the School Committee are .due to Mr. Downing for his generosity in making his grpund available for the.day. Thanks- are. also, due to Messrs. Kirkwood, O'Riley, and Jones for making available theiry \ chicles for the transportation v 6f the children. .-.■;. y ...■//; '"•// Smiling face's and -happy voices revealed : the enjoyment of the, children in their passage to'aricl' from the grounds.' The picnic Committee consisted- of Messrs. Robinson,. Jackson, Hutcheson, Williams and Rendle/: Messrs. Poison' and Reynolds alsoy; assisted. •///./' ■ / ■ . ■■"."'.■_.. . A good sport's prog...
HUTT VALLEY CENTENNIAL FAIR. MRS. R. BRADLEY CHOSEN QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
HUTT VALLEY CENTENNIAL FAIR.
MRS. R. BRADLEY CHOSEN QUEEN.
The bearitiful grounds .of Mrs. C. London's residence on the Wes- tern Hutt hills on Saturday last was the scene of the first function to "be given in connection with the Queen .Carnival contest which is being held in the Hutt Valley to raise funds for. the Centenary ? Celebration's. The occasion was a largely attended Centennial Fair Arranged': by women's organisa- .itioris in" Petone for Mrs/ R. Brad- • ley/who has been chosen as. the qiieehj: to represent women's asso- ciations hrthe district, j Upper Hutt. should be proud of . ..'the'- f a.ct that" the women of the YaHey/have chosen, one of our own to. represent them, and it behoves us all to assist where possible in endeavouring to put Mrs. Bradley at the top."-.->- :! - l; - , Tn the meantime, all those in- terested'are asked to take a trip to the Hutt Park on Saturday and. see the .'" Mayoral Challenge Stakes/" a real horse race, with real; > horses'...
CORRESPONDENCE. LET THE PUBLIC KNOW THE TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
LET THE PUBLIC KNOW THE TRUTH.
■''; (To the -Editor.').' ' Sir,—Mr. Jackson in his keen- ness to rush into print seems satisfied to glean -his information :,'fro.m-* unauthentic sources with -result that both of his recent let- ters have been studded, with in- accuracies. " ■'■.-'-•"- '."*'' : He hints at •'ebnGealecl'-'inforip.a-- tiori and a particular case of child prosecution . that he knows all " about. Well, here is his chance to tell all about'/ the particular case, about the ethical principles actuating his keen agitation for the. prosecution without warning of juvenile' offenders, and about, his concern over the now de-re- striction of a. portion of the Bor- ough, for. I am willing tp discuss publicly thes,e matters with him as soon as he/has a, satisfactory .case to-put before the mothers and fathers of/the v children in' this' Borough: ;~ His Worship the Mayor has. consented.to preside. '~ :My offer to defend the Coun- cil's policy is simply-be...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
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