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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
MAJESTIC 8 p.m. Saturday 8 p.m. popular double feature programme no. 1. wendy barrie kent taylor .... :-. ' . in ... Girl With Ideas Out of a News War that shook the country was born her love for the very man she fought. . No. 2. WARREN WILLIAM GAIL PATRICK W WIVES UNDER SUSPICION' A Dramatic Tale of Murder and Jealousy. N.Z. LABOUR PARTY DANCE TO BE HELD IN THE > MAJESTIC THEATRE ■ -.- ; :ON : ,-.. ' ■■■ ,',;'.'. APRIL 27th, 1939, 8 PM. HARRY AVERY'S DANOP BA&D MONTE CARLOS . LUQICY SPOT ADMISSION: GENTS 2/6. -' '\. LADIES, 2/-.. A Procession consisting of the Upper Hutt Band, South African Veterans, Returned Soldiers, Local Platoon of the Territorials, Legion of Frontiersmen, Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, willfall mat the Courthouse at 2.30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25th (Anzac Day) and will march to Maidstone Park, where| the above Service will be held, The Deputy-Mayor (Councillor J. Biewman) will pre- side and the proceedings will be as follows.-—Lord's Prayer, Capt. Murray; ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
MAYFAIR 8 P.M. FRIDAY 8 P.M... SUPERB DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMME. I Each Film individually would have been splendid entertainment. Both together on one bill make a Programme you simply can't afford to miss. (1) . . The Inimitable WILL HAY in Oh Mr* Porter He lost a train —found some Crooks-—and met a &host—Fun at Elxpress Speed. (2): . HAVING A WONDERFUL TIME Starring GINGER ROGERS DOUGLAS'FAIRBANKS Jr. Two weeks' Vacation at Camp Carefree, and a Lifetinie of Laughs for you. And don't forget our Friday Night Price ALJ, STALLS 1/-. - *.**■—* **.*.*■'*■ *'A — — — *. ,a*JiaW' A"A A *. A —"-». ' -aw ■.— — — — — -*■ *- — — — — A.i J. . • W W W ,mw W W W ▼ V V- • W * •W! • ™ V V »..■»■•»■■» w W w . » W W .T ~. ~ ".■."* ".'-'!. "iV-f'i™.™ Saturday girls BOYS 2 p.m. "OUR GANG'''MATINEE 2 p.m. Coloured Cartoon —-Comedies — Serial — : "OUR GANG" in further Hilarious Adventures and . >---'iN.-.' OH MR PORTER Approved for Universal Exhibition. 8 p.m. SATURDAY- SATURDAY 8 p.m. 8 p.m. MONDAY...
FOOTBALL SEASON OPENED. UPPER HUTT SUCCESSFUL IN FIRST MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
FOOTBALL SEASON OPENED.
UPPER HUTT SUCCESSFUL IN FIRST MATCH.
-mS 16 first footbal l match of.the 1939 season in the district was played on Saturday last at Maid- stone Park, when Upper Hutt met and defeated their friendly rivals, Rahui (Otaki) by 11 points to six. The game was played in the most friendly spirit, both sides playing really good football con- sidering it was their first match. Upper Hutt won the toss and ±rom the kick-off, Rahui took play into the home team's- 25 yard line and- Morton was kept busy endeavouring to keep his line in- tact. Eventually McCarthy eased the situation with a splendid kick, which found, the touch line. The home team then took up the run- ning and great excitement pre- vailed among the spectators when it looked like a score was cer- tain, but Larkin the situa- tion by forcing. An infringement by Upper Hutt saw Jenkins (Rahui) make a great attempt at goal, but It fell short. A free kick to Upper Hutt in front of goal saw Morton open ...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
, Although the ground was very hard, both sides played really good fast clean football. Upper Hutt had very few of last season's players in the match, but what was seen of the new men we may look forward fo some very interesting games this sea- son. Of the backs, Morton seemed very steady in Ms old position, as full back. Connolly, McCarthy and J. Skerten also played good football. The forwards were all triers and it is expected that a great pack will be seen in action. T. Bailey's try was one out of the box and his deserved all the credit for it. Of the Rahui team, .Skipper Larkin and Jenkins were out- standing with the other players well up to standard. Although beaten, Rahui played good football.and the score in. no way indicated the run of play.
DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
After, the match, both -teams ' ere mvited to dinner by the Upper Hutt Club Committee at the Provincial .IHotel, where a splendid repast was enjoyed 1 The Chairman of the Commit tee, Mr. S. Keegan, thanked the members of the Rahui Clvb 1 for the splendid sporting game, stat- ing that it was such interchange of _visits, that brought the" team and club spirit into wider fields, thus clubs making new friend- hsip each time they, met, also re- newing the old.. Mr. Keegan stated that the day's: play gave the Committee, some line on the new' players in the club, and he * understood the same applied to Rahui, there being several new players among them also. These visits between the two clubs were looked forward to by the players and 'it was hoped that for many years they be contin- ued. • • -■'',:.-■(■"■.■
' Mr. Mcllroy, Vice-President of the Rahui Club, thanked- the Upper Hutt team for the splendid game v o :f football, also for the good, time they were giving the Otak...
N.Z. RED CROSS SOCIETY. UPPER HUTT SUB-CENTRE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
N.Z. RED CROSS SOCIETY.
UPPER HUTT SUB-CENTRE.
.."The Annual Meeting of the Upper Hutt Sub-Centre of the New Zealand Red Cross Society was recently held; there being a good attendance present. ■ The 16th Annual Re port and Balance Sheet which was pre- sented by / the , Secretary/and adopted by the meeting, read as follows:— ,; Annual Report Year -Ending ■:!' March 31st., 1939. Mr. President, Ladies and Geritle- ■-' men, .."I have-pleasure in presenting the. 16th Annual Report for the year ending March 31st., 1939. The year has been a quiet one m .-the. work of Upper .Hutt Sub- Centre, and only four committee meetings have been held. . V •Home Nursing* Classes com- menced at the beginning of April, and were well attended. Of the members who sat for the examina- tion in July, one gained a certifi- cate, one a medallion, one an in- termediate certificate and five ele- mentary certificates. First Aid Classes cammeheecl as usual, but owing to a lack of -students, were compell...
SUCCESSFUL DANCE FOR THE LOCAL QUEEN [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 20 April 1939
SUCCESSFUL DANCE FOR THE LOCAL QUEEN
The Committee held a very suc- cessful dance on Thursday even- ing in aid of the Hutt Valley Cen- tennial fund. Mr. J. Mprley carried out the duties of M.C. in conjunction with Harry Avery's Orchestra. ■.'■'/ Novelty dances interspersed with- old-time and modern danc- ing was the order of the evening. The lucky prize winners were: Statue Waltz, J\iiss Krohn and Mr, L. Brown; MJonte Carlo Waltz, Mrs. H. L. Andrews and Mr. W. Andrews, also , Miss Graham and Mr. F. N. Wakelin. Mr. Carver, of Trentham, was the lucky cigarette winner. -.-.'■
During the interval, a splendid home-made supper was handed round by the committee and helpers. .Mrs. F. Whiteman play- ed the extras, which were very popular. Mrs. Spencer thanked all who had in'any way assisted. The Committee, responsible for the evening's enjoyment were Mrs. HySlop, Secretary; Mrs. Ed wards,-Treasurer; and a Com- mittee, consisting of Mesdames Fenn, Wakelin, Wilmshurst, Mor- ley, Me...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
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WATER SUPPLY AS CENTENNIAL MEMORIAL? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
AS CENTENNIAL MEMORIAL?
The provision of a water scheme for the .'Hutt Valley, "Wellington,; and the surrounding districts as the best form that a Centennial memorial coul(J take was envisage ed by Councillor J. J. Maher at the monthly meeting, of the Hutt County Council last week. ;.; - Expressing concern at the pre- sent necessity to impose restric- tions on-the use of water during dry spells, Councillor Maher said that one of the essentials iii town planning was a good water sup- ply- ' ;, - :- -;;..,• ' "This is Centennial year and on all sides people are suggest- ing where they could spend large sums of money,'' he said :'' I kiiow of nothing that would be better than for everyone to "be' partici- pating in a wonderful supply of water that would be called the Centennial "Water Supply.' Statues and monuments are to be put up and boroughs all the way down the Valley are being restricted for water during dry spells. There are cities in . Australia arid oth...
TRENTHAM WOMEN’S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
TRENTHAM WOMEN’S INSTITUTE.
There was a fair Attendance at the April meeting whic'i was pre- sided over by Mrs. Ki'chen. As it was International Month Mrs. Bennett (Hutt Valley Federa- tion) .gave a very interesting talk about »the Pan-Pacific. Movement. She also demonstrated rune, needle baskets. .Mrs: Borck won the monthly cup for the best -flower, Mrs. Cooper was the winder for scones, and Mrs. George for. em- broidered doyley. -
LEAGUE OF MOTHERS. UPPER HUTT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
LEAGUE OF MOTHERS.
UPPER HUTT BRANCH.
The April meeting was a huge, success, Mrs. Castle giving .every- one a hearty welcome.' The League hymn and prayer repeated, followed by' a short ad- mission service when six new members became full members. The "Thought" for the day Vas given by Mrs, Bateman as follows': "To each isr'given a set of tools, a shapeless mass, and a bo ok of rules, and. each must build ere life has flown a stumbling block or a stepping stone. The League choir, with Mrs. -Wallace as accompanist, and Mrs. Fortune, conductor, delighted with their singing of two glees.' The speaker was the Rev.. Hayes- Lloyd, who gave a most inspiring, address on " The Sanctity of Mar-, riag-e,'' and who received a hearty vote of thanks, . <arid a charming posy for Mrs., Lloyd- The follow- ing were tea hostesses: Mesdames Watt, Moir. Russell. Withelly, McHugh, and; Reynolds, with Mrs! Marshall convener. A happy meet- ing closed with the --hearty. sing- ing of ' 'Land of...
POULTRYKEEPERS an INVITATION to YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
POULTRYKEEPERS an INVITATION to YOU.
Two Educational talking films will be-screened, under the direction of Mr. C. Cussen, "Chief Poultry In- structor, in the -Oddfellows' Hall, Knight's Road, Lower Hutt, on Mon- day evening, May Ist;,: commencing' at 8 p.m., dealing with: 1. The Embryology of,an Egg! 2. 'Selection of better Breeding Stock.. ■ Accept this invitation. Silver Coin collection.
COMING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
April 27th.— (To-night). U.S.A. Euchre; April-28th: R.S.A. Re- union. April 29th: Dance, Silv- erstream. April 29th • Euchre. R.S.A, Hall." - May 6th ': liahour Party < 500 i Evening. Fridays, Saturdays, Mondays and "Wednes- days : ' Pictures, Upper Hutt. Thursdays, Saturdays and Tues-\ days:'. Pictures, Trentham Camp.
MAORI CARVING. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
jSJjd doubt there are many people in this district who are in- terested in Maori Carving, but we wonder how many know • that within our midst we have, a gentleman who is Recognised as an expert carver, among the Maori's themselves..' . : We refer to Mr. Frank Suther- land, of Pine , Avenue, who has -a magnificent display of Maori carvings, all cut by himself. Any- one interested in such work would be assured .of a right welcome if they care to go along, and we can assure them they would not be-disappointed in any- way as they would see what we claim as one of the finest exhibi- tions of. its kind in the Wellington province.
ILLNESS OF THE MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
ILLNESS OF THE MAYOR.
.During the week-end, rsidents of the district were • profoundly shocked to hear /that the Mayor; Mr. P. Robertson, r who is an in- mate of the Wellington Hospital, had suffered a relapse and was in a serious condition. i Mrs. Robertson stated !that she had been inundated with tele- phone messages from people en- quiring, but all she could say was tnat--M!r. Robertson was very ill and no, one was allowed to see him. ~' • : We are pleased ,to say, how-" ever,- that on enquiries being made yesterday (Wednesday).,; it was reported that Mr. Robertson was slightly improved, and it is hoped that his condition!would continue to imurove from now on.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Propriftor.) , Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM. GORDON B. GREEN HERETAUNGA 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 Serrice. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. 'Phone 40 M. UPPER HUTT. P. ROBERTSON v Undertaker and Carrier MAIN ROAD, * . UPPER HUTT. Phone 2(L T. RUSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality. Only THE BEST.'- ' Phone! 258.' Daily Deliveries.
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. Wattling to Cyclists* The Traffic Inspector has drawn attention to the condition of bicycles in use, ...