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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
R. C- H. Askew UPPER HUTT WOOD & COAL YARD ALL COAL SCREENED Main Rd. Phone 37 S. COAL ETC. DRY WOOD per cwt. SACKS PACKED FULL. • - . s. 'd. ~. - HUNTIvY HOUSE per sack (large coal) .... 4 2 KINDLING ~,....... 2 6 BIRCH .... .....2 3 HUNTL.Y KITCHEN ; • (smallcoal) ....... 311 MATAI - SO RATA . ... . . . SO WESTPORT ........ * MANUKA ... . .. 8 o MIXED COAL 4 2 FENCING POSTS NEWCASTLE .46 . „«„ T^„c, STRAINERS. SLACK . . ... ....... ... 3 O Prices for Cord Lots CARBONETTES 6 O on Application. i COKE, small bag 2 6 ■/■■■• COKE, large sack ....... . 36 DEMVERIES TO Usual Discounts I ton lots ; ALL. PARTS OF THE or over. . DISTRICT. HUNTLY KITCHEN COAL— 3/11 cwt. Dry Kindling Wood Easily Split
SUNDAY NIGHT— Concert aild P^^ GRAND ENTERTAINMENT—VocaI and Musical Items, followed by a Variety of Films. • Proceeds in aid of • MiOTORINDU^ who will be in attendance. : MAJESTIC THEATRE 8 p.m. S* A. Edwards & Son "Footgear Store" Grents' Black Patent Leather Shoes, all sizes. 19...
“OLD SOLDIERS NEVER DIE” R.S.A. ANNUAL RE-UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
“OLD SOLDIERS NEVER DIE”
R.S.A. ANNUAL RE-UNION.
As the years roll on the Annual Re-union of the Returned Soldiers seems to grow larger, in numbers. Although, these, men are getting older and some not as fit as we would like to see them, they never miss these re-unions if they can possibly help it. On Friday evening last, over 3.50 of these chaps met at the Druids' Hall where, under the chairmanship of their President, Mr. S. F.. Carver,.- an 1 enjoyable night was spent. Among the guests present were Mr. E. C. Hale. Wellington Mr. C. Ritzma, South African Veterans; Capt! W. Barrington, Lieut. Elliott, Ist. 'Wellington Regiment.; the Deputy-Mayor and Councillors; also, representatives of the Band. Fire Brigade and Permanent Force, from Trentham, Camp. •'.-.• Mr. Poison - welcomed...';■ all the '' diggers'' present on behalf of the Executive,- also ! read ah apol- ogy from Mr. Ben' Roberts, M.P., who was unable to be present owing to illness. The President of the Branch, i...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
THE GEANGF CARRYING CO. LTD WHOLESALE DEALERS &V CARRIERS. Daily Service to WeUin r; ton. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: ' ■ - Upper Hntt No. 76. Wgton, 42-044. '■>. WANTEDS, ETC!. "RANTED TO RENT—S or 6 room- ed house, handy. Trentlijam : . Ap- , ply Jackson, Butcher, Trentham. ; RANTED TO SELL—Sectio|i .situ-' ated in- Wilford Street 'Apply Mrs J. W. Gibbons, Wilford St.,' laceville. k RANTED SELL—Heifer,' Jersey, ' 6 months, old. Apply Lancaster- Store, Silyerstream. RANTED Urgently—To Rent' 3- roomed Bach or House, Silver- stream to Upper Hutt.— Apply "W. 16", c/o Leader. A respectable Boarder: for a- .private ho me at , Silver- stream. Apply at Lancaster's Store for address. . .' FOR SALE. ROSEWOOD Staiiied 4-piec9 double bedroom suite. Perfect condi- tion. Apply Leader. " • . ■"'■'■' r • • . FOB,SATE. ]\£dDEL A. ROADSTER, completely overheated, newly painted. Guar- anteed Petrol Test.—Ring 4 0 M. UPPER HUTT & VALLEY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY A PULBIC MEET...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
CAMP PICTURES TRENTHAM. Thursday,. May 4th. Laughs, Action, Thrills Jack Oakie and Lucill Ball .in "THE AFFAIRS OF ANNABEL" with Ruth Donnelly, Bradley Pag< Fritz Feld, Thurston Hall and Elisabeth Risdon. (Universal Exhibition.) Saturday, May 6th. (I Am The Boss) AKIM TAMIROPP in "ESCAPE FROM * YESTERDAY'' with Frances Farmer, Leif Ericksor Lynne Overman and John Miljan. A really thrilling story this. (Adult Audiences.) Tuesday, May 9th. Gladys 1 Svparthout and Lloyd Nola in "AMBUSH" with William Frawley, Ernest True and William Henry. An Exciting Story. (Adult Audiences.) CHipOH SERVICES GHU&H OF ENGLAND. , FOURTH SUNpAY AFTER >% EASTER. -'■ .Treutham: 11 a.m., H.C. an Sermon (Rev. W. Hurst) ; 7 p.m Evensong .(Mr: Avery.) / v Upper Hutt:\7 p.m., Evenson ~. Silverstream: 7 p.m., Evenson •(Mr./Mason.) Akatarawa: 7 p.m., Evenson (Mr. Tonlin.) N. E.WINHALL, :■&■'&' Vicar. ' . ml,-
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. .\^^per--Hiatt': , -Li'a.m., Mr. C. I Gosling. '..'. Wallacev...
UPPER HUTT LADIES' HOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
UPPER HUTT LADIES' HOCKEY CLUB.
The Hockey season is now here and the, lacties are ail keen to be at it again. At the General Meeting this year it was decided to enter two teams, a Junior and Senior B. The prospects for this season are very good. The Senior team still Jias the experienced services of Misses M. Fuller, Y. Baillie and Mrs. L. McCrea and E. Well- ington as well as Misr J.Marshall, once more back in the old colours Tlie Junior team is quite strong, having the advantage of playing together all last season. On.the social side cf the club, it is intended to run df nces, etc. on a bigger scale than formerly, and to enable this to "he done the srirls- have amalgamated with the Upper Hutt Rugby Club in the ' running, of these functions. • The teams" for. 6th Ma v. are as follows:—- ' ■ . Senior B: E. Buckley; P. Dell, A... Wheeler- V." Baillie. M..' Auck- T-am. A: Smith/ L. McCrea. E. Welliiis'ton...T. Marshall. A, Striek- la?->d, M. Fuller. V Junior A • D. Ashford. ...
DIPHTHERIA IMMUISATION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
Progress of the work of inocu- lating school -children against diphtheria, was outlined by Dr. F. S. Maclean, Mie'dieal Officer of Health. v.; : - '■;•■. . y -'.'. He.said that the Hutt Valley school children > were being treat- ed. ■'■"■; " The response from parents, of children at the Upper Hutt School, and the Upper Hutt Con- vent had been particularly s.atis : factory, , and these children as well as a number of others of pre- school age were being treated.- The Siiverstream and Trentham nehools. would be the next to be visited in that area .in the first week of the new term.:"
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
HAZELWOOD'S DEPARTMENT STORE MEN'S DEPARTMENT. New Stocks of Minster Overcoats, Boys' Overcoats, Cardigans and Pullovers, Oily Ooats, Le, Boy Brand. FOOTWEAR DEPT. (rent's Monarch Shoes 21/-, 25/-, 29/6, 32/6 pair. Doa't forget your Oum Boots. Special - Afgalaine 3/11 yard. 36in. wide. OURTAINNETS. Poplar- 2/11 yd. Madison, 3/11 yd. Court, 3/6 yd. Willow, 2/11 yd. Beanfafit Novelty Gauze, 2/3 yd. Chenille Net, 1/11 yd. j Art Silk liundrick, 2/11 yd. Slub Ropps, 2/6 yd. y 3/6 yd. SKa<l6w Tissue, Leaf Design, - 2/11 yd. Cottage Weave, Roman Stripes, 2/11 yd. Box Ottomans from 59/6. FURNISHING DE£T. New Range of linos just to hand, 6/11 yd. Inlaid Lino, 10/9 yd. Base Felt, 3/6 yd. - Coir Mats, all sizes. | Moon Coir Mats, all sizes. Cocoanut Runner, 36in., 27in., 23in. wide. . Cream Blankets, Single size, 23/6 pair. BEDDING £ range of Kapoc Mattressfes in stock. . Kapoc Teased, 1/6 lb.-; •
NOTICE. THE 500 CARD PARTY AR- RANGED BY THE LABOUR PARTY AND SET DOWN FOR SATURDAY NIGH...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
MAYFAIR UPPER HUTT'S MODERN STEAM-HEATED THEATRE. 8 P.M. FRIDAY 8 P.M. Another Smash Hit Double Feature Programme. TVo Splendid. Attractions In One 'Evening. No. 1. EDWARD G. ROBINSON ' IN I AM THE LAW WITH WENDY BARRIE OTTO KRUGER JOHNBEALE The Screen's No. 1 dynamic star puts his head into a hornet's nest of underworld' corruption—and crime learns a lesson it will never forget—in a slashing drama you will always remember. No. 2.— LAUGHTER — ROMANCE MOTHER CAREY'S CHICKENS Starring Anne (Shirley — Ralph Morgan Ruby Keeler, The Producers of "Little Women" bring this glori- ous novel to the screen—a picture that dares to be tender and true. 2 p.m. Matinee SATURDAY Matinee 2 p.m. 8 p.m. Evening Evening 8 p.m. Bp.m. MONDAY Bp.m. HERE AT LAST 20,000 Thrills Under The Sea! SUBMARINE D.l. PAT O'BRIEN GEORGE BRENT FRANK McHUGH DORIS WESTON The first Great Drama of Modern Undersea War- fare starring the daring Btell Divers of the Deep- Brave men who go down to the sea in "Subs" —and sometim...
FOOTBALL. UPPER HUTT’S GOOD WIN OVER WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
UPPER HUTT’S GOOD WIN OVER WELLINGTON.
The first championship match of the 1939 season was played at Maidstone Park on Saturday last, when Upper Hutt defeated Wel- lington by 6 points to nil. The large assembly .of specta- tors were entertained to some very good football and it is antici- pated that there will be no lack of supporters for the team if that calibre of football, is produced throughout the season. Wellington lost the toss and from the kick-off took play into the home team's twenty-five, when Morton, Upper Hutt's full back, was caught in possession, but managed to get the ball away to the line. From the line-out, Wel- lington received, but a good pass- ing movement was spoilt by a for- Avard pass. Wellington continued to attack, and yet another passing movement inside Upper Hutt's twenty-five yard line, but Pritch- ard intercepted and a great run right to the other end saw him finish off his great run with ah ex- cellent 'try. Morton made a great at...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
Wellington had a very fast and safe full-back who played splen- did football. y: Mortin again showed how cool he can be in an emerge-acy, as two. or three time's, he was hard press- ed, but extra:»aled himself out of; them honour to. his team,
The whole of the back line showed .up very well indeed, with McCarthy perhaps a shade better tnan the others. Of the forwards, Pritchard was well on his game, his first try being one of the most spectacular f seen on the ground for many years. <- Other forwards who were seen to advantage throughout the game were Whiteman, Francis and St. .Johnston. -The first half, Wellington out- hooked the locals, but after the spell, Upper Hutt seemed to have the advantage in that depart- ment. . " ■ .
FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY.
Upper Hutt Juniors v. Oriental, Maidsone Park, No. 1, 3 p.m., J. S. Kins?. ; Hutt (Army) v. Marist, Maid- stone Park, No. 2, ; 3 p.m.. 0> -T. Plummer. TTpner Hutt Thirds v. Oriental. Quinn ? s Post, No. 1, 3 p.m.; K. D. ■ TTnpor Hutt Fourths v. Peton?. Oir-nn's Post: No.-2. 3 p.m.,15. A- Brown. Urmpr • Tfnt+ Fifth** v. Wel.lin?- +or.- Strnnd Park. No." 2. 3 p!m., A Mnnno-fitti.. TT-nr>er Hutt Sixth v. Hutf. .iatvnnd Park.' Np; 1. 2 p.m.. W:
UPPER HUTT LABOUR PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
UPPER HUTT LABOUR PARTY.
A very successful dance was held by the above branch on Thursday evening: last at the Majestic Theatre. The duties of M.C. were carried out by Mr. T. Spencer..The Monte Carlo was won by Mr. and' Mrs. Southee, and the' music for the evening .was supplied- by. Avery's Orchestra. A dainty - supper was handed around by the committee. The Committee comprised Mr. Franz (Chairman), Mesdames G. M. Lynch, McGill, L. Colebrook, M. A. Adams,- A.. Fraser, Mand- ers, and Longbridge, Mr. and .Mrs. Pow, Mrs. and Miss Franz, Mr. N. McCarthy and Mr. T. Spencer (secretary). Following were some of the •people present:—Misses M. Dell E. Griffin, L. Griffin, P. Pam- ment, F. Kirth,: A. Weatherly, S. Cleaver, M. Guthrie, J. Watt, L. August, C. Franz, S...Franz, M. Dalton: E. MeKew, E. Pretty, M. Turvy, O. Weatherley, ■ j. Hoare, N. Benge, A; Gard, S. Tidswell,-T.'- Benge, D. Ashford, J. Caulder. Messrs. J. Hamilton, A. Marsden',\ A. Allan, J.. .folding, B. Morlev' K. Gethin...
WOMEN’S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
The monthly meeting of the Silverstream Women's Institute was held recently when Mrs. Spackman (acting president) pre- sided over-a .fair attendance. A kearty welcome was-extended to Miss Barton on her return aft-ei" four years' absence in England. Two new members were also wel- comed. A very pleasant after noon was spent and competitions were-won by Mesdames Shadbolt Hanm-bel and Balfour. Mrs. Rit- zenia won the prize for best bloom - for the month.
HOW FIRES START SOMETIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
HOW FIRES START SOMETIMES.
A Are which fortunately did no t go beyond its incipient stage, occur- red at Trentham Camp this wee!?. The cause of the outbreak was quite out of the ordinary. An opposum climbed a pole conveying power, ailcl broke one of the wires. The current short-circuit across the body of th« littlel fire raiser, kflling it instan- taneously. Sparks from the brok3:i wire, when it reached the ground, started a small blaze, which was noticed,, and. dealt with in its first stage. The body of the furry trans-, gressor' showed burns across it? neck, and one one of its paws.
SUNDAY NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT FOR MOTOR QUEEN. QUEEN CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
SUNDAY NIGHT ENTERTAINMENT FOR MOTOR QUEEN. QUEEN CARNIVAL.
The positions of the Queens at present are as follows:—; 1. Manufacturers. 2. Motor Industries. • ■•' * 3. Women's. Organisations. 4. Sports. : ?; ' • . 5. Business and Professional. 6. R.S.A. ■■;:■ - 7. Railway. MOTOR QUEEN. '.■ | ■'. The Motor Industries Queen;,. Miss Natalie Whiteman, is a mem-, ber of a well-known and highly respected Lower Hutt family who have lived in this district for .many years. A member of the office staff of General Motors CN.Z.) Ltd., with a wide circle of friendr.. Miss Whiteman's keen intercs':. ;in the object, coupled with her personal charm make her a fitti 7 candidate for this Queer, conte;'. The .Motor industries Queen Committee, in furtherance' of the campaign, held a Mock Court in Upper Hutt on Friday night. Many "rogues" and vagab:nds•' who have been, delib- erately flouting the law for a long time were arrested and summarily dealt with. A number of promi- rient citizens were Puni...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 4 May 1939
It is understood that the opin- ions, criticisms, or suggestions ex- 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. (To the Editor), Sir, As one who is interested in a local effort being made on behalf of Business and Professions Queen Com- mittee, I would like to suggest that this district follow the example set by the people of Lower Hutt and in- vite Mr. W. Toomath, the" Secretary the Wellington Early Settlers' Asso- ciation, to address the people of Upper Hutt in regard to the early settlement of the northern part of the Valley. .Friends of mine have told me of interest which was creat- ed by this address and I am of the ' opinion that if Mr. Toomath could be persuaded to speak at Upper Hutt, it wouid stimulate consider- able interest. " ,- f OLD SETTLER..' (To the Editor.) • With reference to the remarks made by Councillor Ble...