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QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939

QUESTIONS.

Councillor Bl c wman enquired., if it was possible to renew the globes in the main street of the business area as tfaey were very •dull. The Mayor stated he would see into the matter; Councillor Poison: Has 'any- thing further been donei about the numbering of houses in the Bor- ough? ' ,; : The Town Clerk: stated lie' would like it, left/over until /after the fipancial year. / // ' Councillor Poison m oved tn c following 'Notice of Motion': /'That a special sub-committee/ consisting- of Hi s„ Worship the' Mayor. Chairmen, of Committees (and the mover; this was: agreed to at ordinary.' meeting o'f the Council held 9/3/39) be set-up to investigate matters of econ- omy. adminisration, finance, pro- gress and other important.' ques- tions concerning the Borough/and fifull report with, recommenda- tions thereon be submitted to the ■' Council at the/earliest' possible date,"

■Councillor Blewman seconded pro forma. • Speaking to the motion, Coun- cillor Poison state...

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LABOUR PARTY DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939

LABOUR PARTY DANCE.

A dance held by the Upper Hutt branch of the New Zealand Labour Party held .in the Majestic Theatre, Upper Hutt, last Friday was well attended. Mr. T. Spencr er was Master of Ceremonies.. Miss Guthrie and /Mr. won the Monte Carlo and Miss : J. Grantham and Mr. W. Bryce, the lucky spot wal'ta. . The commit- tee comprised Mr. W. Ifranz (Chairman)!:,.and Mrs. Franz, Mr, and Mrs.; Pou, Mesdames Lynch, L. Colebrook, M. A." Adams, Ffaser. Mander and J, Long- bridge. Miss M. Frariz, Messrs. N.- MeCa.rhy, T. Spencer (Secretary of Social Committees) and Mr. O. J. Plummer, General ■ Secre- ary. Ampng those present were: Mr. and. Mrs. Godfrey.. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, Mi\ ."a*d Miss Guthrie., Mrs. and Miss Weather- lev.. • Mesdames Routley. Hyslop, Walker. Hoare/ Gilbert "and Fras- er.: Misses Cleaver Frater, Dell. Clyde, Gard. Gorrie Y. Kevs< Smith, Watt, Brown C 2). Krohn :f 3). Calder (2).,; Hartley "(2^, Lvcett. Williams, Tnrvev. Franz (2)\ Cuneen (2)...and M.-Gu...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939

Printed by the • Upper Hutt Print- ing Co., Princes . Street, Upper .Hutt: and published by Ralph ■ Hilton Ashford. < THURSDAY, APRIL, .6th, 1939:

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 6 April 1939

PROViNCIAt HOf EL TIPPER HUTT T.Fisher {.PropriFtor;) Good Wines, Spirits, and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

Upper Hutt Leader

WE SPECIALIZE :, . in ALL CLASSES OF PRINTING UPPER HUTT PRINTING-GO. Princes Street UPPER HUTT

IF YOU HAVE j ANYTHING TO ! SELL j |Ap.vEEn|sE ;

THE PAPER THAT DEFENDS YOUR INTERESTS AND FURTHERS YpUR CLAIMS

VOL. 1.

THURSDAY, APRIL 13th, 1939,

Registered at the G.P.Q., Welling- ton a newspaper..

NO. 15.

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LOCAL [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

LOCAL

Inspector C. Davis, .of the Transport Board, who was re- cently' transferred from the dis- trct, has again taken over the control of the traffic within the Borough, Mx. Davis officially re- commenced duty yesterday (Wednesday.

Mr. and : Mrs. B. M. Wilms- hurst- h : -a ye returned from Palmerston North, : : .f

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ILLNESS OF UPPER HUTT'S MAYOR MR P. ROBERTSON RUSHED TO HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

ILLNESS OF UPPER HUTT'S MAYOR

MR P. ROBERTSON RUSHED TO HOSPITAL

The, Mayor of Upper Hutt,; Mr P. Robertson, was su&denly taken ill on Thursday night last, and. after receiving medical at- tention was rushed to " hospital where, it was found imperative to operate immediately. Latest reports are that Mr Robertson is slowly improving and the best wishes of Upper Hutt go out to him for a : com- plete recovery.

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COMING EVENTS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

COMING EVENTS

We have decided to run :a .- column for Coming Events, thus enabling our readers to know what is coming along. ; Secretaries of varous organisa- tions are invited to send along • particulars of. any coming events which we shall be pleased to publish. April 15th—Football, Upper Hutt vißahui, Maidstone Park; • April- 20th-—SilverstreamL:P. Dance. :; , .April 28th—B.S.A. Re-Union.

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UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL.

The License Fees for the current year are how due as from 1st April, 1939. Elating and .Accommodation Houses .. .. £10 0 Ice-Cream Vendors .. .. .. . . x 5 0 Billiard Saloons .. .... .. 300 Butcher Shojte :. .. 10 0 Plumber's arid Drainlayer's .. .. .. 10 0 Halls 2*0 0 Picture Theatres ... .. .. .. 3 0 0 Taxi Licenses (Per Taxi) . . . . . . 2 0 0 Hoarding Licenses —according to space. Kerbside Plumbs (per Pump) .. /. .. 2 10 0 Dangerous Goods —according to quantity. Hotels 40 0 0 Carriers . . .. • • • • • • 1 '■ 0 0 Saleyards 3 0 0 Hawkers (per annum) .. .. .. 10 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 per scale of charges for three, six or nine months. B. M. WILMSHUBST, T®wn Clerk.

LICENSE FEES

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WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE WATER? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

WHAT IS WRONG WITH THE WATER?

; Each year the district • gets a dry spell the water from the dam , takes on a partieiil'arly ;nssty taste, owing to some growth or a round the dam. ■'-• v ; The past two or three weeks the water has been very unpalat- able ancl residents are all o<£rn- plaining that something done. ■'■ •'•.;. ■•:' ; - -/>!:.-, The Town Clerk states that as soon as the well at Trenthan\ v is capable of supplying the the people the, Council intends |o- shut off the water from the <$a|n and endeavour to rectify Iffls nuisance. ■ ""'' ■'. We have been : assured .ever, that although the water has taken on this peculiar taste, it is not harmful to drink, ' ■"*'■'

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PUBLIC TELEPHONE FOR TRENTHAM [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

PUBLIC TELEPHONE FOR TRENTHAM

The Town Clerk (Mr. B. M. has recived advice fro m the Postmaster-General through'; Mr. B. M.F. that the Post and Telegraph De- partment , has approved of a Public Telephone being installed at • Q-illbanks Store,, jTrentham, also; that postage stamps will also be available. , The Couhcir niade application to tKe Department last December for such facilities and it will be pleasing to the people of Tren- tham that such facilities will be available to them.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

N.Z. LABOUR PARTY silverstream' branch ' silverstream hall ;, , THU RSDAY V^PRIL :2D Good Orchestra. ' Good Supper. ' ~ )7 ' ''*■ '*&'*■ ' Bus leaves^'Uppers Hutt P.Oi rS' p.m. .. '"' B.' Y. "£>EAft, '- V: - Social Secretary. General Storekeeper Main TEENTHAM. PHONE 65 Upper Kutt

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

LIN RU3COE HAIRDRESSER and TOBACCONIST TRENTHAM. / Agent for "Dominion," "Pix," "Standard," "Sporting Life," and "Wags." TO POULTRY KEEPERS. Feeding Barley, 1501b. sks. 14/9 „ ■ . : ■ 50 lbs. ;5/- Mixed Grain, 60 lbs. 7/9 Pollard (Aust.) 1401b. sks. 16/- Bran, Meatmeal, Shells, etc. D. CLYDE PHONE 134 M. LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER \ Repairs to all makes of Cars.. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. • Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40.M. UPPER HUTT F F,HEItCOeK Telephone 66. Goods Delivered. 7QJb. bag Sugar, 17/9. Fruit Extracts, 10d. bottle.' Everest Washing Powder, 9d. pkt. Sardines in Pure Oil, 5 tins I'/-. . TRY OUR BACON* THE BEST IN TOWN, 1/6 lb. P. ROBERTSON Undertaker and Carrier MAIN ROAD, UPPER BUTT. Phone 20. T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS 7 MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST. \ Phone 258. Daily Deliveries.

WELLINGTON RETURNED SOLDIERS' ASSOCIATION PPPER HUTT BRANCH. rpHE ANNUAL .REUNION of the above Bran...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

GORDON B. GREEN HERETAUNGA, SERVICE STATION, MOTOR MECHAJtfIC and GENERAL ENGINEER. .•' . Repairs and Servicing to all cars arid Motor Cycles. Prompt Attention. First Class ■'."' ... ;'v^'.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

THE GEANGE CARRYING CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS & CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76. VTgton. 12-606.

RENDERS for removing building ■ back 20 feet from front build- ing line. Chimneys to be-' dispensed with. Particulars from— GETHING'S GARAGE

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

CORRESPONDENCE.

It is understood that the ions, criticisms, or suggestions' ex- pressed by our corresponderitsvare their own and not necessarily the views of the "Leader" Corres- pondence can appear under a nom-de-plume but, correspondents must enclose their,name and ad- dress to the Editor.. •

Martin' Street, "" " •■_'.'' Upper Hutt, Aprifl2eh 1939: ' The following is a; letter sent to • the Borough Council. "The Executive ,of the Upper' Hutt: \Ratepayers and . Citizens', Association view with concern' the state of the water supplied, from the main source of supply to tite' Borough. {;.^' : Past tests by analysts have shown .that this water is fit for human . consumption, but while- these tests are .:prpbably..:-'jßOjcjcect-.. to-day', the water : ' a _ mxSst =un-; palatable taste and offensive od- our, and in order 'to. a^pid:;\ t any;, possible risk of danger to Ahe-£ithV we would . suggest that .the Borough's chlorination plant be put into use, and the water for cons...

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WIT AND HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

WIT AND HUMOUR

He could play the piano, and he knew it. But,' as usual, the first time he was asked he refused. "Oh, all right; as you insist,";he said, on being' asked 'again. . "What shall I play?" "Just 'any- thing you like," replied his friend. "It's only to annoy the neighbours." Fritz (to his mother as she pre- pares his lunch for school) : Say, mother, put in lots that cheese like you gave me yesterday. It's great. Mother: Km sorry, dear/ but it's all gone. That's a shame. Teacher said that if I came back, another day with any more cheese like that she!'s . have "to • fet the whole school out. Jones, who was rather deaf, called at the Labour Exchange at; ten on Friday morning, 5 as usual, for his pay. Clerk: Your time for attending here in future will be quarter-past two." hey ta speak a bit looder, sir," said Jones, "ye know aas kinda deef." Clerk (much louder): "Two- fifteen next week : !" "That's better, noo," cried Jones/" 'Aye ' always said seventeen boY was - ower...

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NATURE'S CURE FOR TUBERCULOSIS [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

NATURE'S CURE FOR TUBERCULOSIS

Wnat \to be "Na- ture's own cure" for tubereulo'sis been found after twenty-five years of research*"" work bly\ a Buenos Aires doctor. Struck.by the. >fact that the savage in his • natural open-air surrOundngH never develops this disease' and yet is particularly prone to do so when coming to live in acivilzed cojanitinity the ■ doctor V' came to the conclusion that ciyilized people must' develop a defehc^- , against it— : a- defence which the" savage has no cKance to develop. This -defence, he -; claims, takes the form of small deposits in our ,/luhgs !'aiid joints which distribute- serum about our bodies. Should these > deposits get. sealed up thjjpughl: ill health, then no resis : be offered to tubercu- ibsis.' His treatment,, therefore, is; to puncture one pf the deposits <in. the. Jung* to let loose the- : flow of serum which can, fight, the dis- ..;fi-a.s.e.,g\etms., .•."■:•.,.:.■•,,.'. ',: . .. operation' is qute painless and take ...

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HE FAVOURS FLOGGING [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

HE FAVOURS FLOGGING

Although lie is one of the most humane of men, Commisioner David Lamb, of the Salvation Army:, advocates the continuance of flogging as a legal punishment, and considers the power to order flogging has a deterrent effect on crime; ."It is. 2T years since Parlia-' ment' authorised whipping for certain offences.,", he says,"and we have never heard of one case where was suggested that the punishment" was not deserved. Nor has there ever been a sug- gestion of/any miscarriage of jus- tice. . "frwenty-seven years is not long 1 in the lifetime of a nation. ,Let us extend the power of whip- pings as suggested by experienced judges." * ' Commissioner Lamb ma d c -these observations in a . Salvation Army memorandum on Eng- land's Criminal Justice Reform Bill. -' Another of his comments wasr "There are surely other greater social evils crying more loudly for redress than the eesion of hard labour in prisons, and, in cases of ?ome' execrable crimes, abolition of the '...

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FIRE AT ST. PATS COLLEGE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

FIRE AT ST. PATS COLLEGE

At the time of going to press this morning a fire was burning fiercely. at the rear of St. Pat- rick 's' College in the buildings used as rifle rajige and box-room. 7 The three brigades, Upper Hutt, Silverstream and.. Trentham Camp ' were in attendance and soon had: the blaze under .control but the extent of the.,damage cannot yet be ascertained, .j,-..-. '::'■■' .-'-' ! L The Upper -Hutt*.' Brigadesmeh ■ are certainly, having a busy time- this year.' Last month- was are- 4 cord for calls and yesterday they were summoned out four times,, but this,morning's outbreak is the first major conflagration for a considerable time and required they combined efforts d£ three, brigades. : '•'" ■-.:.

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