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ANZAC DAY AT UPPER HUTT. IMPRESSIVE SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
ANZAC DAY AT UPPER HUTT.
Our Honoured Dead They Be Their Sacrifice A Gleaming Ray That Shines Undimmed By Pass- ing Years Until The Break Of Day.—E.A.A. Although the weather was cold and bleak the Citizens' Anzae Service at Maidstone Park was extremely well attended! A parade of Returned Soldiers, headed by the JMunicipar Band, local Territorial Platoon, South African Veterans, Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, marched from the Courthouse to the Maidstone Park under the command of the Presi; dent of the local Returned Sol- diers' Association. -, On arrivab at the Park, the Deputy-Mayor," Councillor ,1. Blewman officiated, and in his opening remarks apologised for the absence of the Mayor, and Mayoress, wishing the Mayor a speedy, recovery from his serious illness. ...;•-•' One verse .of the National An- them was played by the Band after which the hymn "O God, Our Help in Ages Past" was sung, by the people present. After the Lord's Prayer had been repeated,...
SCHOOL SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
The Upper Hutt School held their usual Anzae service in the school, there, being a large as- sembly present, including the par- ents of the children. >..'-."■ Mr, ■Rendle- Headmaster, acted as Marshal- and 'Miss Smith accom- panied the singing oh the piano. Rev. N. E. Winhall conducted the service arid the Anzae Ad- dress was given by the Hon. Vin- cent Ward, MX. C. The Chairman - of the. School Committee, Mr., A, E, Robinson, read out the list of the fallen from the 1 Upper Hutt School after which the school children filed past the Honours Board and laid their wreaths, while the pianist played the Funeral March. .",-■'■ In his address to the children/ Mr. Ward stated that ne was proud to be present among such a good assembly of children and felt it a privilege-to address them. We are here to-day to honour the name of Anzae, which to all of us is a proud memory. The word Anzae derived from, the com- bination of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, a c...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
CHURCH SERVICES CHURCH OF /ENGLAND, THIRD SUNDUAY AFTER EASTER. Trentham -.'.■' 8 a.m., Holy Com- munion; 7 p.m., Evensong. (Mr. Snell). Upper Hutt: 11 a.m., Matins; 7 p.m.,- Evensong .(Mr. Bryant), Silverstream: 7 p.m., 'Evensong (Mr, Mason). Aka- tarawa, 7 p.m.: . Evensong (Mr. Finley). Rey, N. E. Wirihall. ! ;Vicar. ••. METHODIST CHURCH, Corner Main Rd. and Benzie Avenue, Services each Sunday! at 11 a.m. and: 7 p.rm Minister: Sister Edith- Beer, Main Road, Upper Hutt. . •• PRESBYTERIAN, CHURCH, '• Upper Hutt: 11 t.m., : Rev. E. C. ! Wal&h. ;.''; ; Wallaceville: 2 p.m., Rev. E. O. Walsh, Upper Hutt: 7 p.m., Service. , \ Silverstream: 7 p.m., Rev. E. C. Walsh. Trentham: 7' p.m., Combined Bible Classes. Upper Hutt Gospel Hall. Sun- day, April 30th, 1939. -2.30 p.m.; Sunday School. 7 p.m.: frospel Meeting, Speakers:: MrV J. A. Hazelwood and "W. Bennett! All heartily welcome. ■ WANTEDS, ETC. Lost in Main Street or Princes Street, on Sunday last, Kid Glove.—Finder please leave at T...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. Thursday, April 27th. FRANK ALBERTSON AND iiJLII\OR LYNNE — in — ''■'FUGITIVE FOR A NIGHT" With Allan Lane, Bradley Page and Adrienne Ames. A Mysteiy Melodrama of the Holly- wood you seldom hear about.' .Adult Audiences.) Saturday, April" 29th.; A reidly outstanding British Production. OTTO KRUGER AND DIANNA CHURCHILL —r in - I - "HOUSEMASTER A great story by lan Hay with Phillips Holmes, Rene Ray and Kynaston Reeves. , Dent miss this one, it's really good. (Universal Exhibition.) Tuesday, May 2nd. JOHN LITEL, DICK PURCELL AND JEAN DALE! ' •-\. •"■ .•■'" ■' — In— -' "MISSING WITNESSES" With Sheila Bromley, Ben Welden ar d Raymond Hattori. A Thriller. ('Adult Audiences.) E - *J - C H R- E ROOMS - STATION STREET SATURDAY, April 29th. In aid o° the Centennial Women's Organisations Fund. ADMISSION 1/-. 8 P.M. SHARP. N.Z- LABOUR PARTY.. 500 CARD PARTY TO BE HELD IN THE ST. HILDA'S HALL SATUIfcDAY,, MAY 6th, 1939. Good Pri23s. Subscription 1/6. . .Commences 8 p!m. ...
TRENTHAM SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
TRENTHAM SCHOOL PICNIC.
Trentham School held a most successful picnic at Maidstone Park recently. The weather ideal and there* was a large at- tendance of school children, their parents and friends. , The major portion of the day was taken up with an excel! ent sports programme which had been arranged by the Headmas- ter and the school staff. . The promptness with which; events -were run indicated that the He adr master and his staff had gone to considerable trouble to organise the children into groups accord- ing to the- events most suitable to them. • The school staff officiat- ed as handicappers and starters. .Mr. Clemett acted as marshal!, and the judging was done by members of the, School Committee. The children displayed great keenness in all • events, especially in the inter-house competitions. In the inter-house ball game, the- girls proved too good for the' boys, de- feating them in .the final, much to the delight of the girl scholars. The following are the results of...
BOYS’ EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
F!ve years and under: L. Dun- can .-1, E. Carver 2, C. Hardwiek 3. Six and under 7: S: Davidson 1, B. Rabbitt 2, J. Dorari 3. Seven and under 8: R. Johnson 1„ G. Townsley 2,. R. Luridy 3. Eight and .under 9: B. Gunderson 1, C. Guppy 2, A. .Middlemess 3. Nine and under 10: S. Walsh -1, H. Nev brook 2; F. Thomas. 3. Ten and under 11.:. P. Garnham 1, R. Mar mall 2, R, Colebrook 3. Eleven and under 12: D. McPherson 1, J. Dur.ean 2, S. Mudgway 3. Twelve and under 13: D. Borek 1, D. Wal sh .2, E. Lemberg 3. Thirteen and over: W. Griffen 1, L. 'Me-'. Cur ey 2, K. Braddoek 3 100 yds. chai rpionship D. McPherson 1, P. Gar.iham 2, K...Lemberg 3,. Three- leggid race, under 9: B. Gunder- son md C. Guppy 1, J. Perria and D ]\LcLeod 2. Three-legged race, 9 at d under 11: R. Colebrook and K. "3ird 1, H; Newbrook and J. McC'urley 2. Three-legged, race, 11 £nd over: C. Braddoek arid H. Guppy 1, D. McPherson and E. Hut ter 2. Sack race, 11 anfl und.jr: C. Braddoek 1, P! Garn- ;km ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. I Break the Law ! JOHN CAKUOLL in Ti . T I AM A CRIMINAL I kill—l steal—it's in my bloc d! The most danger- ous man alive till a boy foun.il the soft spot, in his heart and taught him how to fight without a gun. Also Screening RENEGADE RANGER A thrilling story of tic days :.n the last Century of the "Old West" when men ; ook the law in their - own hand^.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
MAYFAIR 8 P.M. FRIDAY BP!M. Two Outstanding Features in one Programme. , JOHN HOWARD HEATHER ANGEL ' IN . BULL-DOG DRUMMOND IN AFRICA The world's most daring amateur sleuth—risking a thousand deaths—playing his game of life and death with ruthless spies in mysterious Morocco. Together with ZANE GREY'S The Mysterious Rider The hooded terror of the untamed range! Hunted! Outlawed! Out of the past he rode daring double danger as his guns blazed justice across the plains. SATURDAY 2P.M. MATINEE 2 P.M. 8 p.m. SATURDAY SATURDAY 8 p.m. Bp.m. MONDAY MONDAY 8 p.m. WALLACE BEERY MICKEY feiONEY • teamed together in STABLEMATES A drama of the Turf. A thoroughbred ruris the race of his life to save two human lives. The love for a., boy and his horse brought derelict to life. A stable was their horne —a track their playground—-b'ttt they came out Tops. A human story with thrills, pathos and laughs a-plenty. Approved for Universal Exhibition WEDNESDAY Direct from its City Release A worthy successo...
BOROUGH COUNCIL. TRAFFIC CONTROL TAKEN OVER BY THE TRANSPORT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
TRAFFIC CONTROL TAKEN OVER BY THE TRANSPORT BOARD.
The Deputy Mayor, Councillor J. Blewman presided at the Council meeting: on Thursday evening last, and, in opening the meeting, expressed- his sincere sympathy at the illness of the Mayor, and on behalf of the Council, wished Mr. Robertson a speedy recovery. Councillor Blew- 7 man also welcomed Councillor W. Greig, who had returned to the Council table after a severe ill- ness. In reply, Councillor Greig' stated he wished, to thank the Council for their kind messages during his illness, and was very . pleased to be back among them once again. -,A letter from the..Wellington City Council re the Heavy Traffic-' arrangement was received'and on the motion of Councillor Blew;.-. ' man, seconded by Councillor Clyma, it was agreed to. carry on the present afrkngement for a further twelve months. The '> local Ratepayers' Assoeia-„ tion wrote asking the Council if' something could not- be done about the taste ...
WORKS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
Councillor Poison when dealing ■with;-.,.-the Works Report, stared'! that he was of the opinion that the. excavation, work of the Swim- ming Bath at the' Park should be held over until, the Council knew. how much it was going to cost and. how they were go: nr to ?et the money for it. I would rather we had decent -footpaths; and roadways. Councillor Greig -■:•; It would be best to know how much it was going to cost before going on with if.. ■ .-'.'.. - , ' :,/ ' ■ The Town Clerk pointed out that £200 towards the cost lad been promised by the Education Board" ' \ '. v! Councillor Clyma- At the last Council meeting it was decided .that the excavation of the swim- ming bath be. gone -on with /md why did riot. Councillor Pol: ion •object then.\ The Mayor at t lat meeting moved that all men available under Scheme 13 be used on the .job!. The motion is on the books, therefore I say we, must go. on with the. work unl ess that motion is rescinded. It was .decided: to. ...
QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
• Councillor Clyma! We pay the Highways Board £400 a year for the upkeep of the.main highway, and I would like to know when they intend to bitumise the whole width up to the haunches. Councillor Greig stated that it was the Council's job to put the haunches in order, then the Council could approach the High- - way Board to. get the work com- pleted. Councillor Lancaster enquired if the Council' could do something about the non-delivery of letters in a certain street in Silver- stream. He stated that a lady in that particular street had eeim' to him about it, as -She had baen informed by the Post Office that they could not deliver until- the road had: been formed./ The Council decided that the Town Clerk make recommenda- tions to the Postmaster to see what could be done. i Mr. C. Yarnell. Borough In- spector etated that eight. @f infectious disease had been re- ported, and.the usual inyestiga-
tions and disinfecting of premises carried out. The building activL-...
TOWN CLERK’S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
TOWN CLERK’S REPORT.
The Town Clerk 7 in a statement state! that the Borough's financ- es were in a better condition, than twelve months ago, the overdraft being reduced by over £200. A saving on the estimated cost of the elimination of Silverstream bridges amounted to over £200, in addition, the Railway Depart- riient ha,d alocated £100 towards the cost of the work. The ex- penditure on the Fire Brigades would-not be as heavy in the com- ing! year, but to offset those items, the extra Hospital Board rate and the Borough's quota towards the. Tnorndon ramp would have to 'be included. The debit balance at the bank amounted to £1,647/8/0, but an amount of £200/18/8 of unem- ployment wages paid up to the 31st March, but not refunded b\ the Unemployment. Board would reduce the debit balance to £1.446/9/4. Renewed Notice of Motion.— ''That the resolution of the Council terminating the control of traffic in the Borough by the Transport .Department, be rescinded!'-' There being- no di...
ANZAC DAY TRENTHAM SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
■ ! The service at Trentham School was conducted by the Chairman of the School Committee, assisted by Captain H. Bowen, Of the Trentham Military Camp, . gave the; Arizac address. As at Upper Hutt, the scholars and parents were: present, and after the ser- vice, the tributes were placed on the Memorial Gates at the St. John s Church, Treritham.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 27 April 1939
A Personal Announcement To the residents of. Upper Hutt and surrounding .districts. MRS. R. J. CAMPBELL ART FLORIST who has completed a course of Modern Floral Art in Wellington's studio has commenced business as a Floral Artiste. She will specialise in 'Wreaths, Funeral Sprays, Bridal Sheaves, ;■ Evening Sprays, Presentation -- Posies, etc. For Modern Floral Service call at Birch Street, Upper Hutt.
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WOMEN’S DIVISION OF THE N.Z. FARMERS’ UNION. UPPER HUTT BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
WOMEN’S DIVISION OF THE N.Z. FARMERS’ UNION.
UPPER HUTT BRANCH.
The Annual . Meeting :of the above was held at - Riverside Golf Club House recently 'in beautiful weather. The Annual Report showed continued steady progress, and the Balance Sheet disclosed a satisfactory state of affairs. The following officers '. were elected for the ensuing year:— President,, ; Mrs. H. Hawthorn; Vice-Presidents, Mesdamss S. D. Morris, 0.. Collie, O. Brcwne, H. E. August; Hon, Secretary, Mrs. F. E. Scholes; Asst. Secretary. Mrs. Jno. Gorrie; Hon. Treasurer, Mrs.'A. G. Mumby; Advisory Members. Mesdames J. Maher. and '."W. H. Collet; Press Corres- pondent. Mrs. Frank 'Whiteman- Committee Members. Mesdames W A. Lindsay, H. Scholes, W. N Clifford. Tver. F. Ecob and. Mor- rison : Trustees. Mesdame* Mumbv ' IT,rl Morris: Provincial Executive Mesdames ,^ rowTle lMrs.'.'w.'.H Collet waR armointed collector *"v articles from farm for the Centennial Ex- In rvitircn Mrs T. E. Mawbv was heartily welc...
BIRTHDAY DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
The Siiverstream Branch; of the Labour Party are holding a Grand Birthday Dance,- to-night (Thursday),' as advertised, and everyone is assured of a Right Royal welcome. Make up a party amor.g your- selves and- be present at one of the best dances in'the Valley.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
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; P. ROBERTSON Undertaker and Carrier MAIN ROAD, UPPER HUTT. Phone 20. T. RTJSSELL & SONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries. PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.) 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. SUDVERSTREAM branch n.z. labour party Grand birthday DANCE Thursday, may 4th Plain and Fancy Dress Dancing 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. LADIES IS. 6D. GENTS 2S. Bus leaves Upper Hutt P.O. 8 p.m. E. Y. DEAN, Social Secretary. ■.. SALE SALE (QLEARANCE Sale of all stqck ' --,' now on. Inspection invited. MRS. M. OLDHAM MAIN ROAD,...