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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. Thursday, Mar. 30th. A really great special feature. Pat O'Brien, Joan Blondell and Margaret Lindsay v in . "BACK IN CIRCULATION" A fast and furious action-packed story with a great cast, including John Litel, Eddie Acuff, Craig Rey- nolds and Regis Toomey. (Recommended for Adults.) Saturday ,April Ist and Monday, April 3rd. The greatest entertainment feature in years. WALT DISNEY'S "SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS '' It is impossible to adequately de- scribe the beauty of this production, it must be seen to be believed. 85 minutes of glorious entertainment. No half price on Saturday. Free list entirely suspended. - ---• No Reserves. (Universal Exhibition.) Tuesday, April 4th. -A, Sparkling Comedy-drama Andy Devihe, Ruth Donnelly, . Joy Hodges and William Gargan ■".': "'<■- ■ '■.' in ■•'.'■." "PERSONAL SECRETARY" Recommended for.? Adults. Jf.Z. LABOUR PARTY , ~ SILVERSTREAM BRANCH GRAND DANCE SILVERSTREAM HALL THURSDAY, April 6th. Good Orchestra. Good Supp...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
Dear Sir, As a .body representing the ratepayers and citizens of the dis- trict, we wish to lodge an em- phatic protest and objection to the action taken by the Council in terminating the service of the Government Traffic .Inspector' and •the suggested' appointment of a local Traffic Inspector. This appointment must be an additional burden on the. ratepay- ers of Upper Hutt, and will be a further unnecessary expenditure' by the Council of public • money, especially since the expense,will be much greater than that' incur- red under Government control. The charge of the previous ser- vice, i.e. of tHe Government In- spector was, in the vicinity of £40 per annum, and apart from. Coun- cil criticism of the actions of the. ex-inspector, the service was well worth the cost. It must be borne in mind that the- service under Government control consisted of the. services of officers, who of necessity were thoroughly con- . ' versant with traffic rules and regulations, an...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
Mr ; Wesley Richards, of Palm- erst on North, has been having very profitable and interesting meetings in the Gospel Hall. The meetings have been well attended during the week and the hall .filled on Sundays. The sub- ject of his addresses have been in relation to prophecy fulfilled, dur- ing the Great War, and yet to be fulfilled. The speaker based all his conclusions on the Holy •Scrip- tures, and created quite an inter- est in international events,', as they are passing before the eyes of the world to-day. ,
BOWLING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
• Will, members please note that a trip to. Carterton is contemplated on Saturday, Ist April, players desiring a game must notify the Sec- retary,. K. Cropp not later than 8 p.m. Thursday, 30th inst, . K. Cropp, Hon. Sec, Provincial Hotel, Upper Hutt,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. POPULAR DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME (1) CECIL KELLAWAY .EST Double Danger WITH FREISTON- FOSTER WHITNEIY BOURNE A Thrill packed drama of fr~ time Jewel Robbers. (2) Also Screening REFORMATORY! WITH JACK HOLT
upper hutt rugby football : club. MASS meeting of all members will be held in the Gymnasium at 7.30 p.m. on Wednesday, April sth. H. St. JOHNSON, Hon. Secretary. RANTED TO BUY—Drop-side Cot and Play Pen. Apply "A", Leader Office. . ■yyANTED TO SELL—Building Sec- tion. Apply P. Hazelwood, Up- per Hutt.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
MAYFAIR 8 p.m. FRIDAY 8 p.m. THRIHLS — FUN — LAUeHTKR — ROMANCE Al4i'T(Bm^m. : i . Strange Bonders ■'■' WITH TOM WALLS RiiNEE SAINT CYR. Side splitting, hair raising, comedy thriller about Secret Service Agent who had to leave his bride on their wedding night. Recommended by Censor for Adult Audiences. ____^ —-— 1— »+ ♦»♦~»_».».»-»~»..»,»-«-#-♦+ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦♦•♦«♦«»»■<-»♦ «■■»■♦» ♦■»■♦♦ Matinee 2 p.m. SATURDAY . Matinee 2 p.m, ..■--. \ ■■■'-■- - Evening 8 '-pan. SATURDAY Evening 8 p.m. Bp.mv MONDAY 8 p.m. Delightful is the only word for LISTEN DARLING ' Starring FREDDY JUDY BARTHOLOMEW GARLAND Metro Goldwyn Mayers' splendid Comedy Romance of a mother left to fend for her two children. LAUGHTER — PATHOB — THRILLS — MUSIC. SEE IT WITH A SONG IN YOUR HEART. . Approved Universal Exhibitiom. WEDNESDAY The Picture that has attracted huge crowds everywhere. THE DEAD END KIDS BACK AGAIN ' ■'■'..'. : . J -V; - : ;.";..'.;'; in' : - . Grime School Schools of Correction that are really schoo...
AFTER TEMPERANCE RALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
AFTER TEMPERANCE RALLY.
Quite a number of people as- sembled at the Majestic Theatre on Sunday evening to listen to an address by the Rev. Milner, Secre- tary of the s N'ew Zealand Alliance, also at the same time to enjoy some good singing. Mrs. Bradley rendered two sacred solos, "The Lord's Pray- er" and-"Just for To-day* which was received by the audience with •great acclamation. The Salvation Army Songsters also contributed to the programme. • . The Mayor, Mr. P. Robertson, who acted as Chairman in"intro- ducing the speaker, stated that Ihe people knew of the Alliance, but probably not of Mr. Milner, and hoped that at the conclusion of his address they would derive some benefit from it. • Rev. Milner in a.very forceful address., stated that "the New .Zea- land Alliance was very much alive to-day, and have been intensively active just lately; when the Al- liance was formed in New Zealand over fifty years ago, the first President being the late Mr. Rob. ert Stout, and at pres...
NEW SCHOOL OPENED AT HOKJ NGA. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
NEW SCHOOL OPENED AT HOKJ NGA.
On Saturday last the people of Hokinga (Campbell's Mill), wel- comed the Minister of Education (Hon. P. Fraser), to their dis- trict who officially opened the new school in that area.' Mr. P.. Robertson, Education Board representative for the dis- trict/in introducing the Minister, pointed Out the necessity .for the school, stating that previously the children had to travel to Kara- poti, a distance of over three miles. The Minister, who was received with applause, stated that he was pleased to be there that day, and was greatly impressed with the school and also grounds surround- ing the building, one thing in par- ticular -being,•■•■that every facility possible was available. ■ After the official opening, the Minister and party was entertain- ed to afternoon tea by the ladies of the district. During the afternoon a wood chopping and. sawing' demonstra- tion was witnessed by 1 the visitors. .Mr. Dan McCarthy, engineer of the mill, explained to t...
MAYORAL DRAUGHT HORSE STAKES. UPPER HUTT ALSO STARTED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
MAYORAL DRAUGHT HORSE STAKES.
UPPER HUTT ALSO STARTED.
Nearly 4,000 people attended the Hutt Valley Centennial Cele- brations at the Hutt Park on Sat- urday last, when the chief Magis- trates of the various Boroughs in the Hutt y alley were.seen in an entirely new roll as that of jockeys. •; The- race drew a large field which included, one member of Parliament, four Mayors and four Town Clerks.. • Mr. W. Hornig, the well-known sportsman, deputised for A Mr. J. Andews, Mayor of r Lower. Hutt, and was the successful jockey. 'Mr. P. Robertson, our own Mayor, caused great amusement" to, the public . wben his hors-?: threw, him. "Throughout the. race the people were kept on their toes, although both Mr. Robertson and Mr. Wilmshurst did not get a place, they will be worth back- ing next time ' The proceeds from the after- noon will* go into.the general fund of the Hutt Centennial Memorial. Mr. Robertson stated that if the totalisator had been opened it was quite on the cards t...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
(To the Editor.) Sir, —-With reference to the . letter signed 'A Mother' in last \ week's issue of the "Leader," I wish t'b compliment A Mother on her letter as I hold identical views regarding breaches of by-laws by juvenile cyclists. While oh this subject a word of praise is due to the Ratepayers and Citizens' Association who .have so fairly placed the position before .the residents of the Bor- ough. . There is no doubt that this newly-formed executive .of the Ratepayers and Citizens'. Associa- tion are working for the welfare of the Borough, and deserve bur wholehearted support. In the same issue appears a letter from Councillor Rendle, headed "Let the public know the truth" and he starts off by saying /Mr. Jackson seems satisfied to glean his information f rom \unau- thehtie sources with resulyfc that both of his recent letters have been studded with inaccuracies. .1 am not a member of the As- sociation and cannot be accused .of being a biased party, but a ...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
A representative team from the Upper Hutt Cricket. Association will journey to Bell- Park, Lower Hutt, on Saturday next, to pit themselves . against a team from the Lower Hutt Cricket Associa- tion. A good game is anticipated, and local cricket enthusiasts will be keen to know the result. Next season teams from Upper Hutt will join the Lower Hutt Association, .so this match will give the local boys some idea of the class of cricket expected of them. . Mr. G-. Wale, Chairman of the Upper Hutt Association, will journey with the team ■ as man- ager. •■'...', Following the names of the selected play,ers ; for Saturday.i match:—A. McKay, Capt. (Wes- ley) ; M. Wellington, vice-captaiir : (Upper Hutt) j ; N. McCarthy, A. Fraser,' C. Eves (Wesley), C. Murray, S. Allen (Upper Hutt), R. Wilkinson, C. Newport, T. Fal- loon, J; Purvis (Trentham). 'Re- serves: C. Morton; and W. Mars- den.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
TO POULTRY KEEPERS Feeding Barley, 1501b. sks. 14/9 50 ; lbs. «.;■;_. 5/- Mlxed Grain, 60 lbs. : 7/9 Pollard (Aust.) 1401b. sks. 16/- Bran, Meatmeal, Shells, etc. Stocked. , D. CLYDE PHONE 134 M. Printed by the Upper Hutt Print- ing Co., Princes Street, Upper Hutt, and published by Ralph Hilton Ashford. Thursday, March 30th 1939,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 30 March 1939
THE GEANGE CARRYING CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS & CARRIERS. Dally Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76. Wgton. 12-606. PROVINCIAL HOTEL~ UPPER HTJTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM.
T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. ;.' btjtchers v MAIN ROAD f UPPER HUTT. One; Quality Only ~-.',- THE BEST. Phone 358. ' Daily Deliveries. GORDON B. GREEN HERETAUNGA service station. MOTOR MECHANIC and GENERAL ENGINEER. Repairs and Servicing to all cars and Motor Cycles. / Prompt Attention. First Class workmanship. ,'-''•■ \ ■■'"■• ' TE MARUA SCHOOL DIAMOND JUBILEE. GENERAL MEETING" SATURDAY, APRIL Ist, AT 7.30 p.m. ■ BUSINESS: ■'' ; ARRANGEMENTS RE FUNCTION. WILLIAM F. MACNAB, • Hon. S.ecretary. W. S. OILBANKS General Storekeeper Main Road, TRENTHAM. PHONE 65 UPPER HUTT
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TOWN CLOCK FOR UPPER HUTT. COUNCILLOR CLYMA'S PROPOSAL SHORTLY TO BE FULFILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
TOWN CLOCK FOR UPPER HUTT.
COUNCILLOR CLYMA'S PROPOSAL SHORTLY TO BE FULFILLED.
.Several months ago,-Councillor Clym'a moved at a meeting of the Council about a public clock ; and suggested that the "Town. Clerk communicate with the Postmast- eiS-General'to see if it was pos- sible for his Department to.erect a suitahle clock outside the Post Office. The Department 'turned down the proposal, but not to. be; outdone, thie mover, in (injunc- tion. with- Councillor Rendle and the Town Qlerk, decided to en- deavour to .raise sufficient money by public ' subscription, and .'after only two or three weeks- .find that there is sufficient money col- lected to erect an up-to-date clock within the and it is expect- ed that"-within,-a month the clock will be on. hand, --._.' .•__.■ - ,_■": ?It, r is '■ to 5-the public timepiece the- Upper Hutt Post Office, and the dial of three feet in circumference will be lit with the ever popular Neon lights, and electrically driven,' hiit contro...
LOCAL & GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
LOCAL & GENERAL.
Mr. G. H. Guthrie will be .leav- ing to-morrow' (Friday) for, Palmerston North, where he 'wiU. attend the District Fire Brigades' Conference. " / Mrs.. A. Thompson will be visit- ing: Auckland during the Easter vacation. Mr. and Mrs, B. Wilmshurst ■will spend the Easter, week-end with friends at. Palmerston North. ". .■■'':
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
Mr.: G. Harding, of / Silver- v stream, having been employed on No. 5 Scheme, Relief Work) for a number of years, has gone on the retired list as from" April Ist. Mi\ Roy McLeod, Main Road, who had inadvertently been omit- ted from the-report of the Upper Hutt School Picnic, was one of the drivers who so' generously, had. placed.-,the service of their lorries at the disposal: of the Committee, t free of charge, for conveyance -of the children to the picnic ground-
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
R. W. AVERY PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, AND ' GENERAL HOUSE REPAIRS. RANFURLY STREET TRENTHAM. LIN RUSGOE HAIRDRESSER and TQBAGCONTST trentham/ \ Agent for '-Dominion," "Pix/' "Standard," "Sporting Life,"£p and "Wags."
UPPER HUTT MAJ^ .':' " ' /'HAP MV A (M§mlk ll \v~~~zF' Ifirstwarnino/ '■"■■ — \ MIJ,MMY ?/ - Our own; Traffic Inspector owning Ms OWN car commences duty in the. by-ways of pur own Progressive Borough,