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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 23 March 1939
RANTED TO SELL—Harley David- son Motor Cycle,, electric: £12 ■10/-. Good condition. L. Harris/ Victoria Street. : TO POULTRY KEEPERS. Feeding- Barley, 1501b.' sks. 14/9 „ 50 lbs: 5/- Mixed Grain, 60 lbs. 7/9 Pollard (Aust.) 1401b. sks. 16/- Brah, Meatmeal, Shells, etc. Stocked. D. CLYDE PHONE 134 M. W. S. QLLBANKS General Storekeeper Main Road, TRENTHAM. Phone 65 upper hutt
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
Upper Hultt Leader
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THUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1939.
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LOYAL ROSE OF SHARON LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
LOYAL ROSE OF SHARON LODGE, M.U.1.0.0.F.
The fortnightly meeting of the above Lodge was held on Wednes- day, 15th March, -Bro; R. Good- man, N.G. presiding over a fair attendance. Apologies for ab- sence were received '. from Bros. Cropp, P.D.M.G;> Palmer : and Wear. . Minutes of previous meet- ing were read and confirmed. Sick reports on Bros. Coley and Wear were received. A donation was made towards- Past. Grands' Lodge's expenses for , the ritual competition. Bro. D. Stephens was initiated into the Order as a financial member. A visit to Moera Lodge was arranged for Wednesday, 22nd March, and a proposed visit to Martinborough was found imprac- ticable. The Secretary., Bro. Bird, was instructed >t0: write to Greytown Lodge re a proposed visit from Rose of Sharon. The rarely * won Past . Secretary's .jewel, having at last arrived from England? it was decided to have this suitably engraved for P.D:G.M. Bro. Cropp, th.c official presentation having been .made last year in...
LANTERN LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
The people of Upper Hutt are cordially invited to. a lantern lec- ture in the Gospel Hall, on Satur- day night, when Mr. Cooper, who has just arrived from Palestine will give an address of his experi- ences in the Holy Land, accom- panied by lantern slides. To-day Palestine is in the news quite a lot with the uprisings and no doubt Mr. Cooper -will be able to- j?r\e first-hand information which should be of interest to all.
CENTENNIAL QUEEN CARNIVAL. UPPER HUTT LADIES ACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
CENTENNIAL QUEEN CARNIVAL.
UPPER HUTT LADIES ACTIVE.
"."."' A meeting of : ladies in the dis- trict was held during the past week to form a Working Commit- tee to foster the candidature of Mrs. Rv Bradley, who was recently nominated by the Women's [Divi- sion as their■-: candidate for the Hutt Valley. The Mrs, P. Robert- son, presided and Introduced Mrs. Nash and Mrs. Andrews of Xiower Hutt to th» meetings - . Miss. Wilson:,. Convener- for the Hutt Valley, explained that the object was to raisji- money to buLd up-to-date bathing sheds.: on the Petone foreshore as a Centennial Memorial to tlie pioneers who landed there. It was pointed out that Mrs. Bradley was a direct descendant of , Mr. George Whiteman, -who landed in New Zealand in 1841. The following ladies we<re ap- pointed as a Working Committee for the district;— President:' Mrs. T. Spencer; Secretary:. Mrs. R. Hyslop; Treasurer: Mrs. H. Ed- wards ; ; Executive: Mesdames P. Robertson,, B. W, Wilmshurst,. Galey,;...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Inspector C *; Davis, of the Transport Department, who has been resident in the district for the past seven months, received notification last week-end of his transfer to the Eastbourne dis- trict. ' •"; ."'■'.' .'■:•".'•'• Mr. Davis, ; whilst in the dis- has carried, out his duties in a capable and courteous manner, and the good wishes of the people go with him.
PARK LOAN SANCTIONED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
PARK LOAN SANCTIONED.
The Borough Council has been notified by the Local Government Loans Board of its sanction for application to raise £6,000 to pur- chase Maidstone .Park. The Council instead of raising a . loan will issue 'debentures to the value of £6,000 which will be taken up by this present owner of the Park, Mr. P. Davis, at 3$ per cent., ;■■■•'■' / - ''•■'"" •"'..' .- It is understood that the Coun- cil will go into the matter of building the swimming feath ii%-
mediately, also other major im- -provements suggested, are up-to- date motor camp and tea kiosk.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
SILVER BELL MUSIC EMPORIUM AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLY %TORE LICENSED RADIO DEALER. Est; 14 yrs. Representing PHILIPS 5 RADIO HOUSE. WE HAVE IN STOCK ON DISPLAY NOW A/GOMPLETE RANGE OF ALL PHILIPS MODELS. THE "THEATRETTEM RADIO PLAYER 5 VALVE DUAL WAVJg 5 VALVE DUAL WAVE £13/13/0. 1 £18/18/0. RADIOPLAYER, 6 DUAL WAVE, RADIOPLAYER, 7 v|ILVE, FOURWAVE BAND, f&27£ns. COMBINATION RAffIOPLAYER AND ELECTRIC a^pOPHONE . ■■;.'■ ALL THESE MODELS ARE ON IN OUR WINDOWS AND WE WILL BE PLEASED TO, ANY IN. YOUR OWN HOME. WE WILli 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 Gloritbne £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 YOUR RADIO. WE HAVE IN STOCK E...
TRENTHAM WOMEN’S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
TRENTHAM WOMEN’S INSTITUTE.
The Annual Meeting . of the Trentham Women's Institute was held on Tuesday, March 21st. Mrs. Kitchen was in the. Chair and presided over a good attend- ance, of members. Two new mem- bers were proposed and admitted. The Annual R(eport was pre- sented by the Secretary, who was complimented on her very com- prehensive report,' and the Finan- cial Statement showed a satisfac- tory balance. Mrs. Ring, the Federation re- presntative, who was presented with a beautiful bouquet of flow- ers, gave a most interesting..and instructive address on the Insti- tute movement. She also present- ed Mesdames Kitchen, King, Poole and Cooper with gifts from the Institute members; and each of the Committee received posies,
During : . the Social half-hour, Mrs. Heaphy delighted .all by •.singing a bracket, of songs. The new Committee are: Mrs. KitcTien, President; ;"Mrs. Ring, Treasurer; Miss Scott, Secretary- Vice- Presidents, Mes.dam.es Cooper, Oliver, Johnston, ...
TE MARUA SCHOOL. DIAMOND JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
TE MARUA SCHOOL.
On June 3rd next, the Te Mania School will celebrate its Diamond Jubilee," the original school hav- ,ing been opened on June 3rd, 1879. At that time it was known ' as, the Maungaroa School, the name being .changed to Te Mania on April 7th, 1913, owing to con- fusion with the Maungaroa Val- ley School which iad been open- ed in the meantime. • . t The first school was" held in -what is now the' front portion of the teacher's residence. On July 19th, 1882, a one-roomed school was opened -and on August 27th. 1912, a second room was added. The first' teacher was Mrs. E. H. Evans, who remained in charge until March 31st, 1911, a period of almost 32 years. Since then the following have been in charge:- Miss A. L. Banks (after- wards Mrs. Stanley (1911-19), Miss E. A. Wallace (Febraury- August, 1920), Mr. A. E. Barrow- clough (1920-21), Miss M.- E. Oswin (1931-25), Mrs. L. E. Smeatoil (1926-27), Mrs. A. Wheatley (1927-37), while the present Mr....
YOUNGEST DIGGER IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
YOUNGEST DIGGER IN NEW ZEALAND.
At present there is a lot of in- terest being created throughout New .Zealand' in trying to find 'the youngest ''digger," and it is sur- prising the replies that are going forward. Upper Hutt has over 200 Re- turned Soldiers, and may be able 'to-.''furnish-the youngest. We have an idea that the-Presi- dent of the local Branch of the R.S.A. must be in the running, as he is looked upon as one of the "diggers" in New Zea- land.
Stocktaking Sale.—La- ches' Navy. Kid Shoes, high cut, sizes 2, 3, 3i, 4,'5J, & 6. Us)|k|J : Bold at 26/6. To clear 18/0 n
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
NEW ZEALAND LABOUR PARTY (Upper Hutt Branch) ATTENTION MEMBERS ! Please take notice that the next Monthly meeting of the Branch which falls on Good Friday (7th April) will be held on the preceding night, Thursday, April 6th, at the usual location. ' DMFMSTOE PEiOBLEOVrS. . Part of the evening will be devoted to Defence con- siderations. O. J. Plummer, Hon. Secretary. Sv A* Edwards Son FOOTWEAR- STORE. STOCKTAKING SPECIALS. We have in stock quite a large amount of oddments in the way of good quality Ladies' Shoes, various sizes and shades. These will be cleared at a Great Reduction. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
HAZELWOODt department stores Easter Suggestions* Travelling Cases, Travelling Rugs: Men's Wear. ~~~* OVERCOATS, SUITS. . - MONARCH SHOES, 21/-, 25/-, 29/6, 32/6. New Range of GIRLS' BATTERSBY HATS, 25/-. Furnishing Department. Full range of McCRAE'S KAPOC MATTRESSES. Mantle Department. , LADIES' WOOL, SUITS, Latest Fancy Knit, from 30/-. LADIES' CARDIGANS, Latest Shades and S...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. PALM SUNDAY. Trentham: . 11 a.m., Matins; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Avery.) Upper Hutt: 8 a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar.) Silverstream:: 9.3Q a.m., H.C. ;. 1 p.m.,: Evensong (Mr. Tomliii.) : Akatarawa: 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Mason.). .' •• ''■■"" • April 3rd.—Monday in Holy, Week. St. John's: 8.15-a.m., Chil- dren's Service; 10.30 a.m., H.C; St: Hilda's: 7 a.m., H.C.; 3.15 p.m.; Children's Service. . April 4.—Tuesday in Holy Week; St. John's: 7 a.m., H.C.; 8.15 a.m., Children's Service; St. Hilda's: 10.30 a.m., H.C.; 3.15 p.m., 'Children's Service; St.* Mary's: 7.45 p.m., Service and Address. ■''■■ April s.—Wednesday in Holy Week. St. John's: 8.15 'a.m., Children's Service, 10.30 a.m., H.a ; St. Hilda's: 7 a;m., H.C, 3.15 p.m., Children's Service, 7.45 p.m., Service and Address; St. Mary's: 9 a.m.,•H.C. April' 6—Maundy Thursday, St. John's: 7 a.m., H.C, 8.-15 a.m., Children's Service, 7.45 p.m., Service and Address 1 ; St. Hilda's: 10.30 ".a.m., H...