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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 January 1939
MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. Popular Double Feature Programme. (1) Metro-Groldwyn-Mayer Presents WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN Starring HERBERT MARSHALL VIRGINIA BRUCE The true confession of a Second Wife who tried to make her marriage a success, in spite of the lying tongue"of her Rival. (2) OTTO KRUGER JACQUELINE .WELL'; IN COUNCIL FOR CRIME The powerful Drama of a crooked Lawyer wm> taught his son every trick that he knew and then fell victim to. his own treachery.
UPPER HUTT R.S.A. PICNIC TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, 28th January tc; ' AT DAY'S BAY. Buses leave Post Office at 9 a.m. lucking up passengers en route. Financial members only. G-. HATT, Hon. Secretary. LOOK YOUR BEST GET THE BEST. LET LIN RUSCOE LADIES' & GENTS' HAIRDRESSER TRENTHAM ' ATTEND TO YOUR I TONSORIAL REQUIREMENTS.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 January 1939
P. ROBERTSON Undertaker and Carrier MAIN ROAD, IJPPERHUTT. Phone 20. TRENTHAM BUTCHERY. I wish to notify the public that I have taken over the business of H. Douglas 3i and hope through personal supervision and service to solicit new and old customers. Prime Ox Beef, Wether Mutton always on hand. Pork, Veal and Lamb in season at City Prices. G.JACKSON. The new maid came rushing frantically into the house. "Someone be run off with your car, sir," she exclaimed. "Good heavens!" said the mas- ter. . "Did you see what he look- ed like?" \ "No, sir, I didn't stop to look, but I did take the number of your car for you!" There are three kinds of men who succeed with women: Men who make them wonder; Men who make them worry; And Men who make them cry. i BACON PORK" SAUSAGES, LUNCHEON, BRAWN, COOKED HAM, KEPT IN LATEST SHELVADOR REFRIGERATOR. D. CLV DE Phone 134 M. We Deliver.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 January 1939
MAY FAIR Stalls Is., Is. 3d. Dress Circle Is. 6d 8 P.M. FRIDAY 8 P.M. Something New! Something Different! "THE DEAD END KIDS' ' EST Little Tough Guy Little rough necks from the East Side of New York —a roving band of nomads, they combined to fight and face the world. A singular opportunity for comedy and pathos and both are here aplenty. U. Certificate. GIRLS SATURDAY BOYS 2 P.M. MATINEE 2 P.M. A Great Show Featuring "The Dead End in Little Tough Guy together with Qolour Cartoon, Comedy, Serial. U. Qertincate. 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. MONDAY ROBERT MONTGOMERY VIRGINIA BRUCE IN ■';>:&s■■ : .. " ■ The First 10G Years "Love"Laughs'at Locksmiths"—and at Law! A Streamlined Romance with Alimony in Reverse! A Modern Merry Matrimonial Comedy Drama that keeps you in a riot of mirth from the start to the final fade out. s — Recommended by the Censor for Adults. BP.M. WEDNESDAY 8 P^VL The Comedy Team from "The"Thin"Man" ... WILLIAM POWELL MYRNA LOlf IN DOUBLE WEDDING When Bill and Myrna g...
THE LEADER'S LAUGHTER COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 January 1939
THE LEADER'S LAUGHTER COLUMN.
Arthur: I've got a job at last, dad. It's a new play, and I'm .a man who has been married 20 years. Father: Splendid! That's H start, anyway, my boy. Maybe one.of these days they'll give yo;; a speaking pari.
"So your name is Johnnie Thompson," the teacher said, *-z 'make-sure of the facts, "but your mother's name is Jones?" "Yes, ma'am/' Johnnie said. "You see, she married again, and I didn't."
Teacher: I wish every member of the class to write a conversa- tion between a grocer and one of his customers, introducing some pathetic incident or reference. One of the compositions was the following: " What do you want ?'' aske the merchant. The woman replied: "A pound of tea." '' Green or biack ?'' asked the merchant. "I think I'll take black," she said; "ix ? .s for i\ funeral."
"So on her account you gava up drinking and smoking?" "Yes." "And you don't back horses because she doesn't like it?" "Quite so." "And you never play billiar...
For the Children SWISS MISS. CHILDREN'S CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 January 1939
For the Children
The Mayfair Theatre offers a prize o£ two free passer; to ''Swiss Miss"., matinee on Janu- ary 2.1, to the boy or girl who gives the best and funniest solu- tion to the following incident in "Swiss Miss." Laurel and Hardy are carrying a piano across a swinging ■, loot- bridge from one Alpine cr&g to <•'not-hei* Write here what you think is I lie funniest thing that could hap- pen to them. The solution should be original and need not be the one which ac- liially occurs in the film. Don't forget to send in your jiaswer. You may be the one to win the prize of two free seats fur this mirth-raising picture. En- ! i-ies close Wednesday. January 18. '
SAFETY-FIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 January 1939
Because of the ever increasing traffic on our roads, the Minister of Transport recently arranged for the screening of films depict- ing "safety first" measures, and lectures by officers of the Traffic Department. You children—the boys and girls of this district — have already seen these pictures and heard these men describe the results of careless road manners. What do you remember? A prize of five shillings is offered by the "Leader" to the boy or girl who writes the best essay on: " The prevention of accidents on our roads." All entries must be received by the " Editor,'' Upper Hutt '' Lead-j er," by January 21st., andthefl winner together • with the essay ? 4 will be published in our issue of the 26th inst. Children over the age of 14 not eligible.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 January 1939
PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM.
WE BUY YOUR BOTTLES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. BEST PRICES GIVEN. Upper Hutt Agent for Weilirigtori Dry uleaners : > AND DYERS. ... Ring 201 AND OUR VAN WILL BE AT YOUR DOOR. A HAZELWOOD MAIN ROAD, UPPER HUTT.
Now Is Preserving Time Procure your Jars while our stocks "are complete. TIE OVER JAM JARS/1 lbs. 3/- doz.; 2 lbs. 5/- doz. SCREW TOP JABS, 1 lbs. 4/- doz.; 2 lbs. 5/6 doz. JEIiLY JARS, small, 4/- doz.; large, 5/- doz. 1 A.G. PRESERVING JARS, Qts., 9/6 doz. WOODEQST JAM SPOONS, 4Jd. & 6d. ALUMINIUM JAM SPOONS, 9d. • PRESERVING- PANS, ALJJMINIUM, 8/6. : CELOPHANE JAM COVERS, 4d. pkt. GUMMED JAM COVERS, 3d. pkt. Bigg's Service Store LtcL UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD R.CH.ASKEW Main Rd. Phone 37 S.
COAL ETC. per cwt. s. d. TAUPIRI HOUSE (large coal) 4 2 TAUPIRI KITCHEN (small coal) . 3 11 WESTPORT 4 3 MIXED COAL .. . . 4 2 NEWCASTLE 4 6 SIiACK ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 12 January 1939
UPPER HUTT-WELLIN(jTON Parcel Service DAILY PHONE 62 G. HOLCROFT SILVERSTREAM
DRY WOOD LARGE SACKS PACKED FULL. per sack KINDLING ... . 2 6 BIRCH 3 3 MIXED 33 | RATA ........ 3 O MANUKA ..,.: • 3 O FENCING POSTS STRAINERS. Prices for Cord Lots on Application. DELIVERIES TO | ALL PARTS OF THE I DISTRICT.
FOR ALL CLASSES OF PRINTING TRY THE UPPER HUTT PRINTING CO. PRINCES; STREET.
A Message To All [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
A Message To All
It behoves all residents of the District in which they live to support local enterprise and industry, to promote our local welfare. 7, Every shilling spent in Upper Hutt helps to keep someone in a job, and every person in a job helps to pro- vide employment for another, therefore our town deserves the support of all the citizens pf the district. who pioneered the district and developed the town left us a splendid heritage and our possibilities tor further development in the near future are immense. The residents of Upper Hutt and district can largely "-Assist in this development by supporting and promoting local enterprise and industry. Until the "Leader" (the latest local enterprise), the people's own paper commenced publication, the money received from advertisers alljeft the district. Now we claim that this Journal, which is set up And printed in Upper Hutt, keeps at least 75% of its money received in circulation in the borough.
We thank the advertise...
TRANSFERS AND APPOINTMENTS OF TEACHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
TRANSFERS AND APPOINTMENTS OF TEACHERS.
Miss L. James, Upper Hutt, 1 ransferred' to "Waiwetu. Mr. M. S. Pitkowskv. who was | attached to tJrpov'' Hutt for
many years, and present at Wors- er Bay, has been appointed As- sistant Headmaster at Waterloo. Mr. M. K/Bowing, Upper Hutt, has been transferred to Thorn- don. Miss D. A.... FriicUv Hawke's Bay. will be aii a<ldition to Upper Hutt School. .
SCHEME 13 MEN GOOD WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
SCHEME 13 MEN GOOD WORKERS.
In conversation with the local Placement Officer (Mr. A. W. Richardson), we have been in- formed that the whole of the men engaged on Scheme 13 in the Bor- ough are splendid workers, every one doing his bit. It is quite pleasing to receive such a statement, as many of"the men now employed on the scheme, have never been used to such work. Mr. Richardson also stated that there is very little call for labour from his office. Just at present he has very few men on the registrar, and the men draw- ing sustenance are not classified as being fit.
PUBLIC TELEPHONE FOR TRENTHAM? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
PUBLIC TELEPHONE FOR TRENTHAM?
At the last meeting oT the-Bor- ough Council,. Councillor "T. Clyma moved that application he made Postmaster-General for a penny in the slot and the 3-penny toll call Service' for Trentham, also that a stamp Vending machine be installed at : Mr. Gillbank's store. Councillor Rendle ; seconded the motion which was carried. The foresight of' Councillor Clyma in moving such a motion must be .commended as Trentham has a large population and these facilities are new very necessary in this area.