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COUNCIL’S EIGHT MONTH’S WORK. WHAT HAS BEEN ACHIEVED HOUSING AND MAIDSTONE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
COUNCIL'S EIGHT MONTH'S WORK.
WHAT HAS BEEN ACHIEVED
HOUSING AND MAIDSTONE PARK.
The present Mayor and Coun- cillors were installed into office on May 27, 1938, and although have only eight months to £h ; eir credit, have shown much progress, several major schemes having been completed or taken in hand. The Trentham well which, was commenced in Mr. McCurdy's iei-m\has been completed and is now in use, also the kerb and channellingv is being eontinuexkv Mr.. P. Robertson and his Qoun- cil increased the housing loan from £5,000 to £14,800- so as to al- low for a furthei* number ; of to he built. i~These houses are now being erected in various parts of the Be rough and will be a further to the district. , These loans, did not require- 1 a rate levy, Hhe successful appli- cants' payments meeting interest, principal, reserve fund, admini3 : tratioii -changes, insurance of the building's, and the applicant, so that in \he jcase of his "death, his widow \tpuld have an une...
WEDDING. JACOBSEN—RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
A very pretty wedding was solemnised 1 at- the- Presbyterian Church, Upper Hutt recently, be- tween Alan Frederick Jacobsen, eldest son of Mr/ and Mrs. F. Jacobsen and Ellen Jean Russell., eldest-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E/E. Russell, of Upper Hutt. The bride who was given away by her father, wore "a model frock of cream.. satin, brocaded with silver roses, tulle veil held in place with - orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet of cream roses. The bridesmaids, who were all dressed .in white georgette with bouquets of red roses, were Miss Barbara .Russell, sister .of the: bride, chief, Misses Cynthia Bond and Joyce Russell, cousins of.the brider The duties of best maii> were carried out by Mr. Fred Castle, and Messrs. Russell, Jacobsen and Arthur James acted as grooms- men. . The Rev.. Stevenson, Minister of St. David's, Church,' officiated at the ceremony. A reception was held at the Brown Owl, wtiere over '100 guests were' -' received iby - ...
IS OUR EMPIRE ON THE DOWN GRADE? [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
IS OUR EMPIRE ON THE DOWN GRADE?
A. Way to Prop It: "Be British and Buy British Goods." Otherwise We May Crash. Does the horoscope show that our Empire . is =. following, in the j'ootsteps of the great nations of the past I .Its whole population is about 70 000,000; Germany has H0,000.000. France 50,000,000, and Italy 45,000,000. We certainly have our coloured allies, if they can be depended on. Even so, the outlook is not - too. rosy. . So it behoves all lovers of the Flag to stick to it. One of the methods is to"— ■> "Be British, and Buy British Goods." otherwise —trouble. If we could rely on America, with its 130,000,000. people, the outlook Avould not be so glum. Can we? It is not .generally known that the United States houses more people of Anglo-Celtic dcs-
cent in its homogeneous popula- tion than the whole British Em- pire. There are 75,000,000 of them, over 20,000,000 being of the Celtic race, scattered -over the 48 otates.. yw
SCHOOL RADIO. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
At a special meeting of the Upper Hutt School Committee held last week, payment was fin- alised for the installation of the School Radio. Opportunity was taken by the Committee to congratulate those concerned for the splendid man- ner the" installation was carried out, also upon the excellent re- ception from the loud speakers in the various class rooms. ' The microphone attachment pro- vided a great fascination .to all # members arid several would-be -radio announcers are in the mak- ing/
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
UPPER HUTT IfcS.A. PICNIC TO BE HELD ON SATURDAY, 28th January AT DAY'S BAY. Buses leave Post Office at 10,30 AM. NOT 9 O'CLOCK AS VRfcVIOUSLr ADVERTISED. G. HATT, Hon. Secretary- THE "DOROTHY 5 ' CLUB. v 1/- 3d. andSßd. Exchanges. . Books now in circulation include— ' Gone With the -Wkid : r ' By Margaret Mitchell The Citadel ' Dr.. Cronin Royal Escape Georgette Heyer Konigsmark A:' E. W. Mason The Doomsday Men J. B. Priestley The Serpent in the Garden Ethel M. Dell No Greater Love Baroness Orczy Socialism in New Zealand Children of the Poor ' Hon. John A. Lee, M.P. Also Full set. of Legionnaire Books. New Shipments arriving weekly. JOIN NOW.
J. McFADZEAN BAKER AND. PASTRYCOOK Highest Quality Ingredients Used. " MAIN ROAD, UPPER HUTT. - Phone 180. Phone 180.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
CHURCH NOTICES. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 3rd. Sunday after Epiphany. Trentham, 8 a.m.: H.C.; 7 p.m.: . Evensong; Upper Hutt, 11 a.m.: Matins; 7 p.m.: Evensong; stream, 7 p.m.. Evensong; Aka- tarawa, 7 p.m.: Evensong.—Rev. N. E. Winhail, Vicar. * ST. DAVID'S PRESBYTERIAN CHUBCft Upper Hutt, 11 a.m.: Mr. R. G. McKenzie; Upper Hutt, 7 p.m.; ; Mr. R. G. McKenzie; Silverstream. 7 p.m.: Service; Trentham, 7 p.m.: Jofeß»% .Wellington V.M.B.C.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
WANTEDS, ETC. £ Small Advertisements, one * issue, 1/6. Payment must accompany % order, otherwise copy cannot t be inserted. ■ : 44 WANTED TO. RENT: —3-rooin Cot-^ tage, urgent.—Apply "Leader" Office, Princes" St., Upper Hutt. WANTED TO RENT: —Double fur- nished Room, use. of Kitchen, etc., near Township.—Apply "Lead- er" Office. WANTED.—Carpenters, 3/. per >hour; long job. Apply Labora- tory, Wallaceville, or J. Jackson ; & Son, Ltd., Trentham.
W/ S. GILLBANKS_ General Storekeeper"" Main Road, TRENTHAM. Agent for Daily Papers. Phone 65, Upper Hutt. P. ROBERTSON Undertaker and Carrier MAIN ROAD, UPPER, HUTT. Phone 20.
0. J. BELL, A.P.A. N.Z. A.A.I.S. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. AUDITOR - SECRETARY. Land,. Income and Employment ' Tax Returns. HAZELWOOD'S BUILDINGS, ~ THURSDAYS. SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS.
ENTERTAINMENTS. MAYFAIR, FRIDAY. DOUBLE FEATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
An all-star cast headed by Ray Milland, Dorothy Lamour, Bob Burns and Martha liaye, a s,etting in romantic southern Mexico, six aew songs from Mexico's most popular composer and a gay story about mad Hollywood people are the maui attractions of Para- mount : s musical fiesta, /'Tropic Holiday." In this comedy, a bored ". screen writer,.Milland, runs away, to Mexico to forget his work and iinds Dorothy Lamour who makes him forget .cv erything. Martha. Raye also.goes native in her own 1 quaint way until the Oklahoma politic.an, Bob Burns, to. whom she is engaged, rescues her. • In its multiplicity of sets Holly-' wood's movie studios boast of/ about everything from an eskimo .." igloo \jUage to. a replica of the Grand Terminal iii .New York City. '.: But Paramount's "King of Gamblers," the Tiffany Thayer story of the slot machine racket as it is operated in a big city, called for one set which wasn't so easy to furnish...
WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
''The Emperor's Candlesticks,'' produced by Metro-Goldwyu- Mayer from the novel by the Bar- oness Orczy, has William Powell and. Luise Rainer in the starring roles. . - *"•*. It is a daring film, not only be- cause of its intriguing narrative, but more because it gives these celebrated stars a new opportun- ity to prove their versatility:.. In the new picture, Powell, fam- ous for his creation of"The Thin Man,' 'is seen as a debonair secret agent in Europe. Miss Rainer, erst-while Chinese slave-wife in "The Good Earth," now becomes an exotic spy. The contrast is startling and the two stars achieve their divergent roles to perfection.
MAJESTIC, SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
■Adventure Mid excitement - in the trackless jungles of the upper Amazon River' highlight Jack .Holt's' latest Columbia drama, "Flight Into Nowhere.''' The story of-a headstrong, ir- responsible air pilot who crashes in unexplored South America, through his own carelessness. "Flight Into Nowhere" narrates the difficulties endured by a rescuing expedition, the horrors of being held captive by head- 'huhters, and the love duel be- tween two girls, one a beautiful while woman and the other the r.roud daughter of a forgotten i ilea tribe. - Jack Holt is starred in this tale of two-fisted adventure as the fjßipeivnteiideht of a trans-contii:- .ental airline. Beautiful Jacqueline Wells is his leading lady and Dick Puree!! has the leading juv- enile role, that of the ace whose stubborn carelessness sends Holt into the South American voids. Together with "The Last Ex- press" a thrilling pulsating drama of to-day 's modern transcontin- ental trains speeding along th...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
Mr. and Mrs. W. Gorrie, Wood Street, are at present spending a •holiday at Eastbourne. Mrs, G. Fuller, Mrs. D. Phillips and-daughter, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. Fuller, Te Mania. Most of the private and also the two Licensed Hotels are full of visitors for the Trentham Race Meeting which commences to-day • (Thursday) and continues on Saturday and Monday.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
MAJESTIC 8 P.M. SATURDAY 8 P.M. > JACK HOLT with JACQUELINE WELLS Flight Into Nowhere . Mying thrills! Jungle Terrors! Heroic pioneers of :: the air crash a continent's last forbidden frontiers! Braving a hundred deaths by day and a thousand terrors by night! Approved for Universal Exhibition. Together with THE LAST EXPRESS Thrilling drama of.the iron rails thundering along the mystery track-'at eighty miles an hour, brings you chills—-thrills—and excitement. Recommended by the Censor for Adult Audiences.
lib. Tic Over Jam Jars, 4/- per doz. 21b. „ „ „ „ 5/6 per doz. 1 quart Preserving Jars, llftd. each. h gallon Preserving Jars, 1/2 each. .Jam Pot Covers (Transparent) ; sd. each. D. CLYDE . Phone 134 M. We. Deliver.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
MAY FAIR I Stalls Is., Is. 3d. Dress Circle Is. 6d TO MIGHT. FRIDAY TO-NIGHT. Grand Double Feature Screening, DOROTHY LAMOUR RAY MILLAND Tropic Holiday A Riot of Fun and Romance below the Rio Grande! The excitement of a real bull -fight! The thrilling beauty of fiesta time! All the glamour and excite- ment of the Mexican vacation land. Approved for Universe inhibition. ; Also Screening CLAIRE TREVOR AKIM TAMIROFF King Of Gamblers :; The action packed romance of a nervy reporter who defied the town's most dangerous racketeer—the •• King of the slot machines—for a girl. Recommended by the Censor for Adult Audiences. 8 P.M. ' SATURDAY 8 P.M. 2 P.M. MATIMEE 2 SP.M. 8 PM. MOMDAY 5 P.M. The Star Crammed Musical Fun Show LAUREL.' & HARDY- IN SWISS MISS The princes of comedy in an avalanche of fun and music, IsFew song hits — gorgeous girls — howls galore — as they gaily stagger from Alp to Alp. " Its the big show that'll yodel your blues, away. Specially Selected Short Subjects include...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
A cricket team of "diggers" from Kilbirnie will once again cross swords with the 1 local dig- gers on Sunday at Maidstone Park, and a good game is assured. Charlie Cooper and Henry. Tau- whiwi will have to bring their heavy barrage to work against the Orr-Beech-Smyrk combine. Returned men of the district should make an endeavour to be present, just to give the boys a cheer or two. Last Saturday Weeks' Games. lArmylArmy 138 (Baker 56, Thomson .33) won by 3 runs on the first in- nings from Wesley 135 (McKay 52, Fraser 27, Gibbons 15). Bowl-/ ing:—For Army, Watson 4 for 30; for Wesley,. A. McCarthy 5 for 24, Fraser, 3 for 30. & '
CRUISING ON THE WAIRARAPA LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 19 January 1939
CRUISING ON THE WAIRARAPA LAKES.
During the holiday season, Mt. Allan Bowers, of Trentham, spent- a, pleasant time cruising on his srotttt-JLauneh, Miss X, around the Wairarapa. lakes. Although the weather waS not of the best, My. Bowers and his friends had quite an enjoyable time. """ The only mishap was during a squal when the boat was over- turned, but beyond a wetting;.no damage was done. Mr. Bowers hopes to go further afield at the Easter vacation if weather permits. ■*f ■ ■~agE3T