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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 13 April 1939
R.S.A. COMPETITION Winning Results. Ist PRIZE: No. 247, W. Cleaver, • G.P.0,, Auckland, _• , ..r < " 2nd PRIZE: No. 441, D. Munro, Park House, Upper Hutt. 3rd PRIZE: No. 251, I. Simpgon/f Kiln Road, Silverstream. UPPER HUTT LADIES' HOCKEY CLUB, FULL DRESS .practice, 2.30 i>.m. Saturday afternoon at Maidstone Park or Record Hall, if wet M. WELLINGTON Coacn.
TO THE BUSINESS PEOPLE OF UPPER HUTT- r HAVE YOU YET ORDERED YOUR ; CALENDARS FOR 1940?.. IF NOT CONSULT THE UPPER HUT'T PRINTING CO. "WHICH HAS A LARGE AND. . VARIED SELECTION TO ' CHOOSE FROM.
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
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BOROUGH COUNCIL. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ORDER. Maidstone Park Purchase Loan 1939. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
NOTICE OF SPECIAL ORDER.
Maidstone Park Purchase Loan 1939.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a Special Meeting of the Council held on Thursday, 3Qth March, 1939, th 3 following 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, 1839, at 7.30 ;p;.m.:-- ''That the Upper. Hutt Borough Council, pursuant to the provisions of the fiocal 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,, 1939,' be raised by the Upper Hutt Borough Council for the purpose cf providing facilities, equipment and a centre for physi- cal training, exercise, sport and recreation by the purchase of all that piece of land comprising parts of se...
WEDDING. WHITE—NEIGHBOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
A. very pretty wedding of con- ■: siderable local interest was solem- - msed recently in St. David's Presbyterian Church,' Upper Hutt, the contracting parties being Ethel Elizabeth/ youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W R White and William Gordon youngest son of.-Mr. and Mrs L Neighbours, both of Upper Hutt ltie ceremony was by the Rev. MacNeur, of Lans-~ ■down, Masterton and the wedd'in«- music vvas. played by Mrs. Ben- net; ' '..-.. The church was beautifully ' decorated -for the . occasion by friends. . ■• The bride, who entered the church on her father's arm, look- ed charming in a: long trained g °J\' of brocaded: angelskin, which-was simply cut on slim .fitting hues with .tight fitting sleeves pointed over the wrists. Her tulle veil, which was worn °7 ev . : face on entering the church, was held in place with a spray of white lillies and she ear- ned a sheaf- of,white lilies an d rosebuds. There were two brides- maids in attendance, Miss Je...
WATER BOARD. LOCAL BODY PAYMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
LOCAL BODY PAYMENTS.
OontrAirtions by local bodies to the Wellington City and Sub- urban Water Supply Board, ai* cording to the estimates before £1589 16s. 2d. for the year 1930- --40, compared "with £1570 8s 4d tributions for the coming year, to the nearest pound, are as follows: Wellington City Council, £1462- --2? i??** Gouneil,' ovi *oo astb^ rne Borouogh - cd, £29;. Hutt Comity Council,
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
HAZELWOQD'S DEPARTMENT STORES JUST LANDED. FAIRY DOWN QUILTS— In Green, Blue, Pink, Gold. ■ - Prices ranging for Size 5J x 4 from 25/6 to 45/6. V Prices ranging: for Size 6x5 ' m ".■-'■. from 35/6 to £6/6/-. These Quilts are well known througHout N:Z.' as being _ one of the leading makes of Down Quilts. Call and inspect; we will lay astae any Quilt, . . if Deposit is paid. RED CROSS HOSPITAL BLANKETS ■ - ■ 9/4 ~ Size 55/- --" • " 10/4 -„.. > 65/-- --10; x n/4 -.„.; 71/6 r •. 11/4 -„ 75/- --._ Others 9/4 . 25/6; 11/4 42/6.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
N.Z. LABOUR PARTY SHiVERSTREAM BRANCH GRAND DANCE SIIiVERSTREAM HALL Thursday April 20 Good Orchestra. Good Supper Sub. 1/6. Bus leaves Upper Hutt P.O. 8 g.m. :■'■•'■.....• E. Y. DEAN, ; Social Secretary. W. S. (3LIMNKS General Storekeeper Main Road, TRENTHAM. Phone 4s upper hutt GORDON B. GREEN HERETAXJNGA SERVICE STATION, MOTOR MECHANIC and GENERAL ENGINEER; Repairs and Servicing to all cars and Motor Cycles. Prompt Attention. First Class workmanship. THE GEANGE CARRYING CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS £ CARRIERS. Daily Service' to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: Upper Hutt No. 76. Wgton. 42-044 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 HERCOCK Telephone 66. , Goods Delivered. 701b. bag Sugar, 17/9. Fruit Extracts, lOd. bottle. Everest Washing Powder, 9d. pkt. Sardines in Pure Oil, 5- tins 1/-. v TRY OUR BACON, TH...
COUNCIL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
Councillor J. Biewman, Deputy- Mayor will preside at the Council Meeting to-night (Thursday), where a renewed Notice of Motion will be submitted. The motion reads as follows: —"That the resolution of the Council terminating the control of traffic in the Borough by the Transport Department be rescinded. When'the Council settles down to frame their estimates for the 1939-40 year they will have to go into the matter of the extra in- crease of the Hospital levy which has increased from £1456/11/1 in 1938/9 estimates to £2047/14/10 for 1939/40. It is anticipated that the in- crease will mean another fd. on. the rate. The following figures show that since 1934 the Hospital rate has increased over 150 per cent, 1934/5, £856; 1935/6, £883/9/0; 1936/7, £1256/8/7; 1937/8, \£1332/10/Q; 1938/9, £1456/11/1; £1939/40, £2047/14/10.,
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
SILVERSTREAM FIRE BRIGADE.
The Annual Meeting of the above Brigade,was presided over by Superintendent" Mason. The election of officers resulted as follows: — Superintendent: W. Mason (re-elected); , Depuiy-Stip- erintendent, : T. A. Harlen, (re- elected) ; 'Working Foreman, H. Smith; Secretary, R. Smith;. Tre- asurer, H. Ctutterbuck. The Bri- gade now consists of Superin- tendent, /: . Working Foreman,*. six Firemen, two Messengers, of procuring some form of pumping- apparatus was before .the. meet- ing, and the Officers and Execu- tive Committee' were greeted to go into ihisv matter immediately, and take -what action/they deem- ed desirableV The retiring Secretary, Fire- man Hannabal, read the annual report, and was accorded a vote of thanks for his past work, The majority of '' calls,'' answered by the Brigade during the year,,were to grass and scrub fires. T Ji e new (to Silverstream) motor unit, formerly used by Upper Hutt, had proved its usefulness many times, but the la...
TE MARUA SCHOOL DIAMOND JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
TE MARUA SCHOOL DIAMOND JUBILEE.
Good progress is being made with the arrangements for the Diamond Jubilee of the above school on June 3rd next. Over 50 per cent, of the past pupils have "been located and registration forms have been posted. Of the 19 Foundation pupils the following are still living:--- Messrs. J. T. Benge, George Benge, James Johnson (all of Upper Hutt), Arthur Evans (Heretaunga), Ernest Benge (Hamilton), J. R: . Hooper (Levin), Mesdames Mabey (nee Benge (Taita), C. C. Jackson (nee Evans) (Masterton),. E. M. Robinson (nee. Evans) Gishorne), Chas. Cottle (nee Edwards) (Levin), Polsonj Sen. (nee John- son (Upper Hutt) and Miss Ada Evans (Wellington). The function will be confined to the one day. In the afternoon celebrations will be held at the school, while >. at night a Social will be held, in the Majestic Theatre. Upper Hutt. -For the convenience of Upper Hutt residents, arrangements have been made for registration forms and fees to be left with' Mr. A. H...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Mr. D. Harper has returned to Upper Hutt after a sojourn of two years in SamoaV
Mr. iJ. Loughlin, Silverstream, who me.t with ah accident recent- ly at the Railway Workshops :is reported to be progressing very favourably..'.-"'- -\
We are pleased to state that the Mayor of Upper Hutt, Mr. P. Robertson, who is still in 'the Wellington Hospital, is slowly recovering from his illness.
SLOW DRIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
Cases of prosecution of ". slow motor vehicle drivers have been rare in New Zealand, but from an inquiry made recently of the Transport Department it appears that greater attention is* now to be given to this phase of traffic and its effect on road safety. Over the Easter holidays traffic officers found, that one of their greatest problems was presented by slow- drivers. The objection to such driving is not so much that other traffic wishing to proceed at a reasonable speed is held up, al- though that is serious enough in itself, as that following drivers may be exasperated to the point of cutting in dangerously. It is considered that a motorist who has a clear space in front and holds up other Vehicles in 'his rear is not driving with due con- sideration for other users of the road. In the busy parts of built- up areas, which have a uniform maximum speed of 30 miles, an hour,, motorists are expected to drive according to the. circum- stances, but, in general, on...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF ENGLAND. SECOND SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. ———** Trentham: 11 a.m., Family Ser- vice; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Avery). Upper Hutt: 8 a.m., H.C.; 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr. Tomlin). Silverstream: 7 p.m., Evensong (Mr.Snell). Akatarawa: 7 p.m., Evensong (Vicar).. Akatarawa: Tuesday: St. Mark's Day--Anzac Day. Trentham: 8 a.m., H.C. • Upper Hutt: 9 a.m., H.C. ' Rev. N. E: WINHALL, Vicar. ST. DAVID'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Upper Hutt: 11 a.m., Mr, L. Gosling. Upper Hutt: 7 p.m., Mr. L.. Gosling. Silverstream: 7 p.m., Service. Trentham: 7 p.m.: Young Men's Bible Class. A United Service will be held at St. David's Presbyterian Church at 11 a.m. on Anzac Day. UPPER HUTT GOSPEL HALL. SUNDAY, APRIL 23rd.,. 1939. 2.30 p.m.: Sunday School. '7 p.m.: Gospel Meeting. Speaker: Mr. C. J. Drake. Subject: The Bible of the Bible. John 3:16. A hearty welcome is extended to all to hear this interesting and inspiring subject. METHODIST CHURCH, Corner Main Rd. and Benzie Avenue, Services each Su...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. Thursday, April 20th. A Warner Bros. Double Feature Programme. Ronald Regan and June Travis in . • "LOVE IS ON THE AIR" and Jane Wyman, Dick PurceU, William Hooper and Marie Wilson ...-'*.. in ' 'PUBLIC WEDDING (Recommended for Adults.) Sat/urday, April 22nd. The Goofy Marx Brothers in a Real Story "BOOM (SERVICE" A Broadway Stage Sensation. Harpo, Groucho and Chico with Lucille'Ball, Ann Miller, Frana Albertson, Donald Macßride and Philip Wood. . (Universal Exhibition.) Tuesday, April 25th. Day Pictures will not be screened T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BtJTCHERS MAIN ROAD - UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only *THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. upper methodist Ohurch. Overseas; Missionary Anniversary, 1939 REV. A. H. SCRIVEN (General Secretary of the Methodist r Missionary Society) Will Deliver a Lecture, accompanied by Moving Pictures, in the Methodist Church on ; FRIDAY, APRIL 21st, 1939, . . 7.45 p.m. All persons, are heartily welcomed. . Come along-and see G...
R.S.A. NOTES. ANZAC DAY DAWN PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
ANZAC DAY DAWN PARADE.
.--••■■■■.•■-.• 1- Through the courtesy 'of the Railway Department, the local Branch of the R.S.A. are pleased. to inform the diggers of the dis- trict that alms will leave the Post Office,' Upper Hutt -at 4 a.m. on Anzac Morning.to convey Return-, ed Soldiers and their friends to Wellington, and will reach the city in time to participate in the Dawn Parade. • The usual bus fares will oper- ate and it is hoped that as many Returned Men will take advant-. age of the gesture on the part of the Bus Department of the Rail- ways. ..." ■'•.- As advertised last week, the Annual Re-Union will be held, on Arjril 28th and all Returned Soldiers .should make an endeav- our to be present..
HUTT KENNEL CLUB. UPPER HUTT FANCIER'S SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
HUTT KENNEL CLUB.
UPPER HUTT FANCIER'S SUCCESS.
The Hutt Valley Kennel Club held another successful Ribbon parade on Saturday last in the ' groimds of Dr. A. Norman Jones residence, at Lower Hutt. i Quite a number of dogs were iv the 'Parade and . 'Upper Hutt's quota again showed to advantage. Following are the list of success- . es for the local fanciers:— Rough-coated Collies, dogs.— Mr. and Mrs. Nightingale's Robin ' Hood of Sheridan;C F ; Stew- art's Enard Prince.- Bitches.— New Zealand bred, open: K. S; Spencer's Lindy Low of Sheridan. Cocker Spaniels, black, dogs.—:. t J. Cahil's Wainui All, Black was ' successful in the Maiden Novice, <
BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
Recently, Mr. A. Jenkins, of Wellington, introduced baseball in Upper Hutt by playing a series of games on the Maidstone Park. The oiiteome of these games has culminated' in forming a Baseball
Club- in Upper Hutt. The . Secretary, • Mr. E. H. Oliver, will be pleased to meet all persons interested on Thursday evening, April 27tli, at St. Hilda's Hall, where the enrolment of players will take place.