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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. :' : -ycaei^;:'. i iEES'- : /'''- '■••-'• The License Fees^for the current year are now due as from Ist April, . Elating and Accommodation Houses .>■ .. £1 0 0 Ice-Cream Vendors .. .... '-....-. 5 0 Billiard Saloons • .. /., .. _.. 3 0. 0 Butcher Shops .; /.. ... .; .. : 10 0 Plumber's and Drainlayer's .. .. '■■...' 1 0 0 Halls ........ .. .... 2 0 0 Picture Theatres ./ -'.-:"■-.'. .. '~.'.' 3 0 0 Taxi Licenses (Per Taxi) /.7 \'■; ." .. 2 0 0 Hoarding Licenses—according to space. Kerbside Plumps (per Pump) . . . /. '■'■■■/. .-,.'/. 2 10 0 Dangeroiis Groods—according to quantity. Hotels .. .;...../ .. 40 0 0 Carriers ........ ..1 0 0 Saleyards ....;.:../ :"■-.':'. 3 0 0 Hawkers (per annum)■-....: .-.,'.-'■/■.. /..'■ -- 1 0 0 : (Or as per scale of fees). Where goods are hawked by; means of a vehicle an addi- tional fee of £1/0/0 is charged per annum, or as pier scale of charges for three, six or nine months. B. 31. WILMSHURST, Town Clerk.
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ORDER. Maidstone Park Purchase Loan 1939. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ORDER.
Maidstone Park Purchase Loan 1939.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a Special Meeting of:. the Council held on Thursday, Oth March, I' 9 39, the folio wing Resolu- tion was passed and it will be. sub- mitted for confirmation at a Special Meeting of the Council to be held in the Council Chambers, Main Road,- Upper Hutt, on FRIDAY, the 28th day of April, 19 39, at 7.30 'p.m.: — "That the Upper Hutt Borough.-, Council/pursuant to the provisions of the Local Bodies Loans Act, 1926, ;and the Physical Welfare and Recreation Act, 1937, doth hereby resolve by way of resolu- tion to raise a loan of £6,000 by way of Special Order. 1. That a loan of £6,000 to be known as 'Maidstone Park Purchase Loan,, 19 39,' be raised by the Upper Hutt Borough Council for the purpose of providing facilities; equipment and a centre for physi- ' cal training, exercise, sport and recreation by the purchase of all that piece of land comprising ...
UPPER HUTT SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
UPPER HUTT SCHOOL COMMITTEE.
The Chairman, Mr. A. E. Roo- inson, presided over a full attend- ance of members at the Monthly Meeting of the School Committee, held in the School on Wednesday, 29tVMarch. Correspondence was received from the Education Board declin- ing the request, for additional temporary accommodation for the Infant Department the grounds that the present roll number and staff did not warrant any increase in the classroom ac- commodation. This matter of slight fall in the roll was, in the opinion of members a serious matter for the school in particu-, lar, and for Upper Hutt in gener- al, but the Headmaster, Mr. C. A. Rendle, said, that he had hopes that the numbers would show an increase again before the end of the term, and that the present decrease was due largely to large numbers of pupils who had left to take up secondary education at the end of last term, and in paTt to the efflux of parents with chil- dren from Upper Hutt. The points raised by members of...
BASEBALL [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
A very enjoyable day was spent *ltii at -Maidstone Park, . when,. Mr. A. Jenkins brought a team of baseball play- ers to Upper Hutt and played .several teams of the local sports- men. ' . On arrival, Mr. Jenkins was introduced to Mr. P.--Robertson. Mayor of Upper Hutt. and Coun- cillor Clyma, by the President of the newly-formed Baseball Club, Mr. J. PI. Brown. Before starting play, Mr. Jen- kins explained the principles of the game to the local lads and had his team demonstrating, " which was very instructive. Play and catching was carried out until 12 noon when an adjournment ;was '■-HWI for lunch. Play commenced again at 2 p.m. and a team of local boys was picked by Mr. Jenkins and played Mr. Jenkin's team. ' This game' was followed very closely by a very large crowd of spectators, and to use Mr. Jenkin's words, the local team put up a particu- larly fine performance for begin- ners, and if practice is continued, during the winter months, Upper. Hutt should be able...
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. GOOD FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
Trentham: 8 a.m., Litany, and Ante Communion; 9.30, Chil- Service; 7 p.m., Service ■ and Address. Upper Hutt: 11 a.m., Service and Address.; 3.15 phii-' dren's. Service. ... | - - /• ! EASTER EVENING//;!! Trentham: ,8 a.m., H.C.;;7 p.m.. Evensong. • ' /' EASTER DAY. %V Trentham: 6.45 H.C.; 11 a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. . Tomlin).'- v . : v • Upper Hutt: 8 a.m; ; H;0:; 7/ ■ p. : m$ Evensong (Vicar). ..-;. ''■'• / ; * Silverstream: 9 ; 30 a.m.,, H.C; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr.. Snell).' • Akatarawa: 7 p.m., Evensong. ..(Mr. Finlay). - ' - ' EASTER MONDAY. Trentham: 8 .a.m., H.C. ..,..' Akatarawa: 9 a.m.', H>o. Gifts of flowers for faster de- corations willbe most acceptable: they/may tarleft at ; thei chrircheS ./ early Saturday/ afternoon ■ Rev/ N.. E. WINHALL, "■/;■ Vicarl ' ■-/'"' ■
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
Upper Hutt: ft a.m., Dr. D; S. c Milne. . ; Upper Hutt: 7 p.m., Mr.. Percy Brown. Silverstream: 7 p.m., Service. Trentham:. 7 p.m., Mr. J. ■■&. Duff.: ■'.■■■"'.■':;"■;■ / 'W''/' Upper Hutt Gospel Hall, Sat- " iirday- April Bth at 7.30 p.m. Interesting Lantern Address by Mr. Burrows, of The Work of the Scripture. Grift Mission in many lands. Sunday, April 9th., 2.30/; p.m., Sunday School. 7/ p.m../ Gospel /.Meeting, Speaker, Mr/ Burrows, All heartily invited to the meetings. The Salvation Army Hall, Upper Hutt. Special Easter Cele-- brations under the leadership of Captain Chalmers and ,12 women cadets, from Salvation Army Training College,. Wellington; Friday: 11 a.m. and 2i30 p.m. Friday: 7 p.m. at Wailaceville Aged Men's Retreat; - /'^ Saturday: 7.30 p.m., Special Meeting -of Music" and Song. Sunday: '£.30 a*fm., n Sunrise Prayer Meeting; tt a Meet- # ing; 3 p.m., Meeting at Trentham; 7 p.m:, Meeting/ at Upper Come, See and Hear these young people wh...
HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES.
The Church of. England will b<?. / holding their •Harvest Festival Services, throughout the Upper : Hutt Parish/ ori Sunday/April .'•*-' 16th. ■;■' ■,•..'. ,Gifts of produce, etc., will be appreciated.: these being forward- ed later to the.Church! Homes in. the Diocese. . / / It; is interestiiig fo-note that , the Church of England maintain over 300 children in their homes. .
LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN.
The y Annual General Meeting of the above. Legion was held' last Wednesday evening, Lieut. G. H. McDermid, presiding over a good airteridande of members/ . The Annual ; Report and Bal- ance. was read and adopted. During the evening the form- ing of.a; Rifle. Club was discussed, and it was decided to get all in- terested to meet and go into fur- ther details, and see if it, was pos- sible to form such a club. The ''X" Squadron, ,Maste.rtoii, who are holding their,. Annual Camp at" Easter/ cordially invited the •■-;Hutt.^V^U^-\ l^ ln bers. . A letter was* received from Christ Church, Taita, inviting the Troop 'to attend ' the Annual Anzae Service, which will be held on Sunday, April 23rd, '■■-/.•■' The following were elected to the Executive:—O.C., Lieut. G. H. McDermid; Hon. Secretary, Cpl. T. Spencer; Hon. Treasurer, Cpl/ F. Winnie; Troop Sergeant, Sgt. K. Anderson! '/" - Lieut. C. Clarke, Laison officer from Headquarters, ■'; was present throughout the...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. THURSDAY, April 6th. Another Great Comedy With the inimitable J. E. BROWN in "WIDE OPEN FACES" With 'Lyda Roberti, Alison Skip- '/ wotth .and / Wyman. N ? / ' Unlyessaft tJertifiljate. SATURDAY, April Bth. A brand new feature Olympe Bradna and Ray -Milland - IN.-'--. "SAY IT IN FRENCH ,V with Irene Hervey, Janet Beecher ://,/■/ and Mary Carlisle. Its Frothy, Its Funny, Its got Life. Recommended for Adult Audiences. TUESDAY, April 11th. Universal present* MADGE EVANS & JOHN BOLES - IN ' '■ ■ ' 'SINNERS IN PARADISE' With- Bruce Cabot, Marion Martin and Gene Lockhart. A Thrilling Tale of the.South Seas. /Recommended f,or Adult Audiences. .^ANTE)b- i -Capabie doihestic help, ;"/-/;. small modern house, Heretaun- ga. • Ring 149, Upper Hutt;, . / - WANTED—-Capablecleangirl, work by the day—Apply " R " G/o Leader UPPER HUTT RSM t -^ RESULT OF BLUE CUSHIONf ; / GUESSING COMPETITION Winnie Number 826 //• ,W. AUCKRAM . f/Si aUBANKS General Storekeeper Main Road, TR...
VITAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
Births registered at Upper flutt for March were 9 as com- pared with 8 for the same month last year. Deaths were 2 as against 4. For the March quarter 1939, births were 15 and for 1938, 24, whilst, deaths for the "March quarter 1939, were 2, and for the same period last year 5.
Tenders for Firewood. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
Tenders for Firewood.
pRICES required for the supyly and' delivery of 5 cords of birch fire- wood in 2ft. lengths. Delivered at the Upper Hutt School, and stacked and measured to the Committee's sat- isfaction. Tenders to be in the hands of/the Chairman of the. School- Committee, Mr A. E.; Robinson, Witllaceville, E.P. by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 28th, 1935, '■'■'. -'./■'■'■ '•■■':
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
MAJESTIC 8 p.m. EASTER SATURDAY 8 p.m. EXCITING DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME. (1) JOHN BEAL HARRY CARY SALLY EILERS .'IK' ';.■■' DANGER PATROL Romance in the shadow of sudden death—where men; live for the minute- —where women wait by the 'hour-- a thrilling tale of the men who handle the Worlds-most dangerous explosive. Also CITY STREETS • (2) STIRRING DRAMA OF NIGHT LIFE IN A BIG TOWN. VISIT— "■ "Mariette" The Ladies Outfitter Opp.Council Chambers PHONE 37 M V'&PER BVTT f New Season's goods now opened in a wonderful variety - of styles and shades. Very smart English Coats, S.S.W. to O.S. Millinery in all the new shades and shapes. We have a/few only large head fittings. 2-piece Stiits and Woollen Frocks are also a feature of our display. ; See our window for latest imported Evening Frocks. PHONE37M
TO POULTRY KEEPERS. Feeding Barley, 1501b. sks. 14/9 ..;,/ 50 lbs. • '/.'' 5/- ■■: Mixed Grain, 60 lbs: 7/9 Pollard (Aust.) 1401b. sks. 16/- ---1 Bran, Meatmeal, Shells, etc. D. CL...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
MAYFAIR SPECIAL EASTER ATTRACTIONS 2 p.m. EASTER SATURDAY MATINEE 2 p.m. A BIG EASTER EGG FREE FOR EVERY GIRL AND BOY WHO ATTEND THIS MONISTER;I MATINEE. A Wonderful Rfogramme includes Comedies, ■'■■'". Cartoons, Serial AND The Thrilling Sea Picture THE STORM Be Elarly! There's going to be a Crowd. ♦-» : +-»*-»-»-♦ ♦-♦-♦-»• ■♦ •• • ♦»♦ -»-♦-+-»♦-»-»-» >-»-»♦♦-»-» ».».,»,»»■♦-»■ w+y Eveningßp.m. SATURDAY Evening 8 p.m. Direct from a Season of Crowded houses at the St. James Theatre, Wellington . THE STORM WITH CHARLES BICKFORD NAN GREY (of "Three (Smart &irls" fame) ANDYDEVINE FRANK SENKS Rugged Men of the Sea : --Battling Danger and Disaster to return to the women they lover—There's Terrific En- tertainment and Breathtaking Spectacle in "THE STORM* Approved for Universal Exhibition. BP.M. EASTER MONDAY BP.M. We proudly present another Brand New Release— Among the few Motion Picture Classics of the past that are considered great enough to re-issue in a new copy is Metro-Goldwy...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. LETTER RECEIVED FROM THE TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
LETTER RECEIVED FROM THE TRANSPORT DEPARTMENT.
The Borough Council ; met on Thursday evening, last, the Mayor, Mr. P. Robertson, presid- The Commissioner' of Trans- port (Mr,. G. ■ L. Laurenson, in a letter, stated his Department were - in receipt of the Council's letter- embodying a resolution from/-the Council in connection with this Department's control of traffic in. the Upper Hutt, and the /notifica- tion' that the Council has decided to resume control of traffic from the Ist April. . . The Commissioner of Trans- port wrote stating that partment's' attitucie "regarding- :j,uvenil,e cycling offenders was that these offences - were- left to the discretion of the officer sta- tioned in the district, though in- structions had been issued that prosecutions were not to be taken where warnings would meet the position equally well. Where de- liberate offences* were committed he was of the opinion that a warning was not likely to-be ef- fective, and in such ...
RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
Year 1939 shown in paren- thesis : : • ./Licenses (31/3/39)/. £662/18/3 31/3/38;; £531/476; Miscellaneous, :(31/3/39). -i £1697/12/11. 31/3/38, £1356/10/4; . Sundry Debtors. (31/3/39.), £1064/18/2, 31/3/38/ £862/9/4; Maidstone Park (31/3/39). ■; :;£441/15/8, 31/3/38; £440/17/5 / / Current Rates- Eastward (31/3/39), £6263/3/5 ' 31/3/38v £5564/10/1; Arrears Eastward, (3i/3/39)., £777/16/6,
31/3/38, £777/12/8; Current Rates — Westward, (31/3/39)., £4005/18/8, 31/3/38, £3502/14/2; Arrears Westward, (31/3/39), £524/5/6, 31/3/38, £618/19/11;' Total: (31/3/39), £15,439-9-1. 81/3/38, £13;654/18/5. Maidstone Park receipts are l the highest for the past eight - years. Admission charges for March are not included in the/ Park receipts shown above.
EXPENDITURE. UP TO YEAR 28/2/39. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939
UP TO YEAR 28/2/39.
Year 1939 shown in paren- theses: * Salaries, : (28/2/39), £683/8/9, 28/2/38, £695/19/0; Printing, . Advertising and Stationery,, (.28/2/39), . £78/16/9, 28/2/38,. £75/15/2; Office Expenses, (28/- ---2/39), £129/5/10, 28/2/38, £.112/-- ---7/5-; Interest and Sinking Fund, (-28/2/39), £1681/6/6, 28/2/38,. £1772/2/4;. Hospital Board, and Financial Adjustments, (28/2/39), £2134/2/5, 28/2/38, £1986/6/4; Legal and Insurance,- ---(28/2/39), £96/1/10, '; 28/2/33, ' £138/7/0; Sanitation, (28/2/39)', -• £1448/4/7, 28/2/38, £1667/1/7/3; / Streets Maintenance, (2Sf/2739f, > £582/12/11; 28/2/j3§, £1099/14./- ---10; Streets Construction-,. (28/- ---2/39), £1495/0/1, 28/2/38, £370/- ---19/9; . Waterworks, (28/2/39), 28/2/38. £292-8-11, Park/ .(28/2/39), £1092/2/2. -,' 28/2/38, £991/18/16; /Upper Hutt Brigade, (28/2/39), £238/7/0, 28/2/38, £95/8/9; Silverstream Brigade, (28/2/39), £373/18/9, 2'B/2/38, £53/5/0; Inspector and Ranger, • (28/2/39), £375/1...