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UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

UPPER HUTT WOMEN'S INSTITUTE

: The;iheeting of the Upper Hutt Women's Institute was held on 1 April 4th,; Mrs Spencer/ presi- dent, being in the chair. While a successful .bring; aiid buy sale was in progress competitions and game's' were held and-' Mrs H: Williams, Mrs Hyslpp and r also Mrs Spencer. entertained the members with" rninies; Mrs. Bon- net also "sang two delightful songs. The competitions for the month resulted as follows: Wed- ding bouquet. : Mrs Braid 1; Mrs. Wakelin 2. Hot Crqss Buns/ Mrs D. Ews. 1; Mrs Morley 2. Thrift article, Mrs Marshall. The after- noon which .passed pleasantly concluded with '■' the singing of the National Anthem. '

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

Mr. A. F. Ashford. St/ Helier's Bar. Atib : flsfid is visiting Upper Hutt. ■. ; ;:'' ! . v :;'• ■"'/•: ;'

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

PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 3 LOW. SUNDAY. HARVEST THANKSGIVING. ■ —' ; —~~~7 ' Trentham: 8 a.m., H.C. ; 7 p.m.. Evensong (Vicar). - Upped Hutt: 11 a.m., Family Service; 7. p.m.. Evensong (Mr.. Finlay), \-f. ' Silverstream: 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Mason). , Akatarawa: 9.30 a.m. H.C; 7 p.m. Evensong (Mr. Tomlin). jht ' GT£ts;of produce and foodstuffs of all kinds m-ay be left at 'the Churches on Saturday after- ' noon. These will be given later vto. the Church Homes • .. - Rey. N, e/wINHALL. ' / Vicar." PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH . Upper Hutt: 11 a.m., Mr. L. Gosling. ' ; '.'•'' Wallaceville:. 2 p.m., Mr. L. • Gosling. - Upper Hutt: '7 p.m., Mr. F. E. ChappelL ' : Silverstream: 7.. p.m/.■■■'■," i l\li'. -'L- , Goslings; '-■"■ ''".''"■ '■■." )r°*' ■""'■ '-'/v.' -.' Trentham •: 7; p.:m.i' ! 'Mf. ;i ' D. Morrison... UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL Sunday, April 16th, 1939. SUNDAY .SCHOOL, 2.30 p.m. bOSPEL MEETING, 7 p.m. Speak- er: Mr. W. N. Pepperell, All Heartily Welcomed. METHODIST CHURCH, Corn...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. Thursday, April 13th.— A PARAMOUNT SPECIAL FEATURE— SHIRLEY ROSS, 808 HOPE AJVI) OTTO KRUGER -'-.. ; '.ih .-• - • 'Thanks For The Memory" v With Charles Butterworth, Hedda Hooper and Patricia' Wilder. A Really Bright Comedy. "A" Cert. Saturday, April 15th— A Spectacular Musical Feature, ALICE FAYE & GEORGE MURPHY in { ' You 'c a, Sweetheart." With Ken Murray and his stooge, Charles (Show fJoat) \\ inninger, Andy l>evine, William. Gargan, Frances Hunt and Frank Jenks. SikiNew Song Hits in this great show. ("U" Cert.) Tuesday, April 18th— VICTOR McIiAGIiEN } ''The DeviPs PartylV With -WiHiani.-Gargan, ;Paul Kelly, Beatriceßoberts and' Fran- Jenks. ■ Excitement and Thrills in -tips Universal Feature. ("A" Cert.)

WANTEDS, ETC. Small Advertisements,; one Ussue, 1/6. Payment must accompany order, bthewise copy cannot be inserted. '' >' ' yy room or board, by single man. Reasonable terms. Apply "Mc" 'Leader' Office. RANTED TO BUY.—Second-hand 10 x 12...

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ANNUAL MEETING UPPER HUTT FIRE BRIGADE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

ANNUAL MEETING

UPPER HUTT FIRE BRIGADE

. The. annual meeting and elec-. tion of fo^the flipper Hutt . Fire Brigade-/took placemen; Tues- day eveningulasty; '<■»■ there,.;being 'a '■■''. full muster of /Brigademen, pre- sent. ' -. '• ■ .-•■-. : -■■ ••:■..-'■ The annual report, which was. presented by thY secretary show-' ed that' the Brigade;, attended no less than '42 fires ' 'during the. year, six of which were property fires and 33•gOrse and grass fires. Out of this number nine of them occurred outside the. borough. :' During the year four members, of.the Brigade received long ser- vice honours, Secretary G. H. Guthrie completing 21 years , seis vice. . .'■-:- ,•>-,-;-;-... : ■',-, . ' The report stated that the ;>■ new engine had. performed won- :. derful service both , in the bor- ough and also the county.•■■•■. |r,ea".V A change over during the iyear' from the round thread couplings 1.. to V thread, togetfier^with.-.; the/ 'new stand' and..,'• new hose; in ...

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ANZAC DAY [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

ANZAC DAY

The local branch of the R.S.A. are looking forward to a record parade. on : Anzac Day, when the yearly Anzac Service, will be held at Maidstone Park. •■'■' .At the Executive meeting held iii /Wellington; hope was expres- that the Anzac Day parade '/itjtias- /year ; would. <be the largest ,eyer;held in Upper. EDutt, thus giving the local Executive an in-. . u dicatipn of the total number of Ex-Service Men, in,. the district. In i. view /of the Australian visit; in 1940,, such a parade would be of great help to the Branch. , The Annual Re-Union ' r of the Branch will be held on Friday, : April 28th as advertised; and all Returned' Men should make ah endeavour to be present.

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LOCAL GIRL INJURED IN CAR ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

LOCAL GIRL INJURED IN CAR ACCIDENT

Three persons were hurt when the car in which they " were travelling, left- the main highway about 100 yards north' of Pahati- tanui at 12.20 a.m. on Tuesday and struck a telegraph j>ole. A traffic officer who : was on the scene shortly - afterwards sum- moned the Free" Ambulance, which took the victims to the Wellington Public Hospital. .They, '. Miss A. Braid, a clerk, of. Mungaroa Road, Wallaceville; injuries to- theback. F. B. Haycock, who is attached to Trentham Camp, driver of the car; concussion, lacerated wounds ; to the scalp and lower lip. C. Prentice, Trentham Camp; injur e;d left wrist and shock.

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

MAJESTIC 8 p.m. SATURDAY. 8 p.m. POPULAR DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME, (l)--JACKIE COOPER in— : — GANGSTERS BOY The Screen's most Popular Star in a drama so real you'll live every thrilling momenl (2)— TEE: BVHR POPULAR JACK HOLT :...-■ . . in— —' ■ Under Suspicion

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

M A YF AIR FRIDAY, 8 P.M. FRIDAY, 8 P.M. DIRECT FROMITS CITY RELEASE. Commander Dyott's True Story of an Amazing Adventure with the savage Headhunters of the Amazon — Intrepid white men in a land of a million dangers. — A hunt for buried treasure—gold. SAVAGE GOLD Recommended by the Censor for Adults. Saturday: GIRLS! BOYS! To celebrate the Mfth Birthday of the Mayfair we are giving AGALNT this Saturday."a Freei'Easter. Egg to every girl and boy who attends the Grand Birthday Matinee. — A Great Programme. — Cartoons — Comedies — Serial and SONJ4 HENIE, Queen of thelce-Skaters, in MY LUGKY STAR 2 p.m. & 8 p.m. SATURDAY, , 2 p,m. &8 p m 8 p.m. Mf NDAY. " 8p ni .A fitting picture indeed to mark the end of the Fifth Year of Service to the people of Upper Hntt. / Like the stars hanging,low on a still frosty night. A picture winking,and gteering with lin and Romance— and what a east!—-' ~ . .■;... — Joan Davis — Qaesarßomero Arthur Treacher — George '/. Barber ■ . ■/', ; . for Uni...

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THIS WEEK'S RECIPE. APPLE GINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

THIS WEEK'S RECIPE.

APPLE GINGER.

21b. hard green apples, 21b. pre- serving sugar, 1 pint of water, 1 oz. ginger essence., ....... Peel, core and slice the apples; put'them in a pan, cover them with the sugar, add the water aiicf leave to soak till the next day. Then drain off the liquid, put it in a preserving-pan and boil for 20 minutes,, till it becomes, a thin syrup. Tlien add the sliced apples- and t,he ginger 'essence,, and boil all together quickly till''the apple's become ; /transparent.'- v 'Stir ;frek quently, taking care to. leave-.the apple juice intact. When' the > ture is quite clear, remove the apples. with a ladle}' place 1 them tir- •warm jars,.pbur the syrup over' them, .and cover closely while hot.

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HUTT VALLEY CENTENNIAL QUEEN CARNIVAL LOCAL COMMITTEE ACTIVE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

HUTT VALLEY CENTENNIAL QUEEN CARNIVAL

LOCAL COMMITTEE ACTIVE

The local Committee of the Women's . Organisation, "for "the ■Centennial Queen Carnival ■are still very active in racing; fuiids/ Last Thursday a Street, day was held and the Committee were/ on* the job from 9 a.m: until ;afieF 8.30 p.m. A bring and buy stall being • the chief feature.;.: of the competitions in' connection 5 with this -effort were /as follows i; Live weight of sheep,' Mr. Biggs; Cream : Sponge, ' Mr: C. Gibbs;/ Box of Chocolates, Mr; Th : 6nip^ ! son. The winner of Le,g>of Lamb was Mrs. Wise, f Eastbourne. The ladies responsible .1 or ; the Street _• Day, :w ; ere;:;; Spencer, Robertson, Hyslop y Mc/ Hugh, Morley, wards, who wished- to/ -£hank y who in any way contributed; Mi the stall. ~ : ,-,.- The dance being held to-night" in connection: with the .Queen contest is anticipated to one of the best in the district for some while. A welcO'frie-awaits ,' all, so roll up and help the local ladi...

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

Printed by the Upper /Hutt, Print!., ing Co., Princes Street , XTpP^ r . Hutt, and published by Ralph Hilton Ashford. Thursday, April 13th - ; 1939V -

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

FOOTBALL

•-%:' Uspper;?; Rugby - v &lub will : ; ;bpen-the Saturday with their Annual Match against Ra- ,hui (Otaki), .and matches between these two clubs are al- ways keenly contested followers - of : the game can- be assured of a" good afternoon's football. Maidstone Park will be the .venue of the matcht and consider- ing the dry weather, the ground is in very good condition. Players will no doubt find the ,!' ground a,bit on the, hard side, but /as these matches are always ...played iji a-sporting manner its not anticpated that anyone will v be- hurt.'-' ■■•■ '■■■ ■..'-',".' _ v . Rahui will no.doubt endeavour W9 reverse the tabled on the local; as; for the past two. seasons ; ; fshr have been played between these two teams and -Uppper Hutt, are on top. The local team' will be .selected from ; the following players: ;^^|pn^: : N/ McCarthy, Connolly, Travers, Skerten, St. Johnston, -Wye'th, ■ gSouthee, Gibbs, . Gorrie, rTurvey, '* Stevens, Bailey and Francis. ./■-._.,. ....

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

ENTERTAINMENTS

directs- one- of the greatest casts ever assembled Heme picture in "My ~~ Lucky her hew 20t6 Cen- ." tur'yXFox triumph opening Satur- day a;t;the Mayfair, Theatre. A credit to Darryl F. -Zanuck /and to everyone who had. a hand '* in' its making, this" is a picture that winks and glitters with. fun aiid romance and the magic of Stars hanging low on a still frosty night. It; has, songs and laughter that I 'seem,-to sail through the air like ' ski jumpers and Sonja's . manificent "Alice In Wonder- land, ice ballet—climaxing what Jail l odds her happiest screen story—is a thing to make you cry out in wonder and delight. Sharing star honours with, Sonja and giving an excellent ac- count of himself is Richard handsome young British actorUast seen in "Four Men and A, Priiyer," while,. Joan Davis. 'Cesar'Romero and Buddy Ebsen are featured in widely divergent comedy roles wrich will delight their fun-loving fans. '- 'Life in fabled Greenwich Vil- lage, with much of its ...

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

FIRES

Both the Upper Hutt and Silverstream Fire Brigades have been kept busy during the last week,, dealing wtr outbreaks of fire mostly of a grass and gorse nature. On Tuesday, however, the Bri- gades combined to fight a large bush fire just north of Maidstone Park, which took over two hours of hard work to gel* under con- trol. At one time flames were as high as 40 feet and things looked very ugly, but the two brigades, plus the. assistance of several resi- dents eventually, mastered what might have been a disaster, ,as three houses were in the vicinity. No water being available; (as the district was outside the Bor- ough), the brigadesmen had/to rely on slashers and beater's to combat the fire and great credit is due,to them for treir magnifi- ! cent work. ;;; >;; ;; ; - It' is tim,e/.the people oegin •to realize the danger pf 'lighting fires just at, present,: -as with everything, so dry,' the, fire soon gets out of hand, ;; Also the fire- men who are all volunteers; ha...

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ANZAC SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

ANZAC SERVICE

' A meeting of/the various Churches and the local' R.S.A. was held last week '.when, the pro- gramme for Anzac Day was drawn ; up. "••'■"'//■ The parade will leave the Court House for Maidstone Park at 2.30 p.m. headed by the Muni- cipal Band. '.■/:. ■■• On; arrival at' the Park the /Mayor will preside over the as- sembly and the Rev.'N. E..Win- hall, will deliver the Anzac Ad- dress. " ■•''-- The Municipal Band under Bandmaster L. ■'. Neighboiirs will lead the singing of hymns.

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

OBITUARY

; ' Local people were shocked to /hear of the sudden death of Ross 'Hay—the eldest; son of Mr. and v. Mrs. W. R. Hay formerly of this, town, but now of Grey to wn. , % .■'.'" Many. Railway men' were pres- ent .at the funeral- which took place at; the Greytown Cemetery last Sattirday week; ;High School friends of the late boy acting as pall>bearers, boy scouts forming a guard of honour. The sincere < sympathy of the community goes put to the be- reavedi parents in their tragic loss,: . ". .-. ;'

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CONGRATULTATIONS TO MR. B. WILMSHURST [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939

CONGRATULTATIONS TO MR. B. WILMSHURST

The Town Clerk;; Mr B. M. Wilmshurst, received the follow- ing letter of just recently from the Stratford Bor- ough Council, on his appoint- ment as secretary to the Town Clerk's Institute. Dear Mr Wiimshurst, , I have been, directed to congratulate you on your election to- the Exe- cutive appointment as secretary, to/the Town Clerk's Institute. ' . The Stratford 1 . Council are pleased to note that the ability Of an ex-employee, of this office has received siir-h recognition G. C. GRACE, Town Clerk.

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

WELLINGTON HOSPITAL.

We are indebted to Mr. J. Purvis, our local representative on the Hospital Board for the fol- lowing report from the Superin- tendent of the Wellington Hos- pital. ''."/ This report gives the people some idea of the conjestion occur- ring at present, thus strengthen- ing the case for a larger, and more modern hospital for Wellington and its surrounding area. . Although the daily average of .in-patients has increased yearly, the Board has endeavoured to ar- range admissions as soon as pos- sible. Until the present time the longest waits haye i occurred in the eye, ear, nose and throat, the Orthopaedic and the tonsil sec- tions. The position is becoming so acute now that non-urgent cases will have to be deferred if the numbers continue as at present. The daily average over the -past few years has risen yearly from 498 in 1932/33; 533 in 1933/34; 571 in 1934/35; 621 in 1935/36; 688 in 1936/37; to 708 in 1937/38 aiid this /month will finish the 1938/39"year wi...

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